Posts Tagged ‘paper’

Chapter on Early Earth Atmosphere

Monday, December 21st, 2009

Bruce Fegley and Laura Schaefer have co-written a chapter on the Earth’s earliest atmospheres with Kevin Zahnle of NASA Ames.  The chapter will appear in a book about the origins of life edited by Dave Deamer and Jack Szostak. A preprint of the chapter is available here.

A chapter in Exoplanet Chemistry

Friday, October 2nd, 2009

Katharina Lodders has written an invited chapter on Exoplanet Chemistry for the forthcoming book Formation and Evolution of Exoplanets (R. Barnes, ed, Wiley).

Paper on Accretionary Atmospheres for Icarus

Monday, September 21st, 2009

Laura Schaefer and Prof. Fegley have submitted a paper entitled Chemistry of Atmospheres formed during accretion of the Earth and other terrestrial planets to the journal Icarus. A preprint of the article can be downloaded by clicking on the link.

Two papers on chondritic meteorites accepted for publication 2009

Sunday, August 23rd, 2009

Two papers by Laura Schaefer and Prof. Fegley have been accepted for publication. The paper Chemistry of Silicate Atmospheres of Evaporating Super-Earths will appear in the Astrophysical Journal Letters. The paper Volatile Element Chemistry during Metamorphism of Ordinary Chondritic Material and Some of its Implications for the Composition of Asteroids will appear in Icarus. Preprints are available by clicking the links or on our Reprint page.

Chemical Evolution Across Time Symposium

Monday, March 5th, 2007

Prof. Fegley, Dr. Lodders, and Laura Schaefer will be attending the symposium “Chemical Evolution I: Chemical Change Across Space and Time” at the 233rd National American Chemical Society (ACS) meeting in Chicago, IL on March 25-29. Prof. Fegley and Dr. Lodders are giving invited talks.

Laura Schaefer and Prof. Fegley have submitted a chapter for the proceedings of the symposium “Chemical Evolution I: Chemical Change Across Space and Time”. The chapter is entitled “Chemistry and composition of planetary atmospheres” and a preprint is available here.