This page provides a listing of presentations with e-posters, organized by session.
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Poster Session: Education and Public Outreach: Scientist Engagement in E/PO — A Plethora of Possibilities
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Engaging Scientists in NASA Education and Public Outreach: Resources and Tools for Scientists, J. A. Grier, S. R. Buxner, B. Hsu, C. Shupla, H. Dalton, B. Meinkie, L. Peticolas [Abstract 2087], Poster Location: 1

Engaging Scientists in NASA Education and Public Outreach: Informal Science Education and Outreach, K. LaConte, A. Jones, L. Bartolone, M. Nichols [Abstract 2682], Poster Location: 4

Poster Session: Education and Public Outreach: Using Planetary Data and Resources for Student and Citizen Scientist Engagement
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

How we Used NASA Lunar Set and NSSDC Lunar Orbiter Photographs in a Multi-Hierarchical Lunar Sample and Stratigraphical Layer Study, Sz. Bérczi, S. Józsa, T. Varga, A. Fabriczy, I. Gyollai, Sz. Nagy [Abstract 1426], Poster Location: 8

Poster Session: Education and Public Outreach: Engaging the Public Through Diverse Venues and Media
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Sharing Mission Resources Through Libraries: A New Model, C. Shupla, K. LaConte, S. Shipp, A. Shaner, E. Halligan, L. Swackhamer, A. Wessen, E. CoBabe-Ammann [Abstract 2261], Poster Location: 15

NASA Science4Girls and Their Families: Connecting Local Libraries with NASA Scientists and Education Programs to Engage Girls in STEM, L. V. Bleacher, B. Meinke, C. Soeffing, K. Hauck, A. Spitz [Abstract 1767], Poster Location: 16

Invisible Mars: The MAVEN Education and Public Outreach Science on a Sphere Program, A. J. P. Jones, B. C. Hsu, L. V. Bleacher, N. Alima Ali, K. Hauck, L. Peticolas [Abstract 2691], Poster Location: 18

Mars and Beyond: Human Spaceflight at the Museum of Science Boston, J. P. Cohen, J. Sable, W. Ding, R. Li, T. Stepinski [Abstract 1643], Poster Location: 21

Moons: A MOOC and an Open Educational Resource with Games and a Microscope, S. P. Kelley, D. A. Rothery, S. P. Schwenzer [Abstract 1340], Poster Location: 26

Planetary Lake Lander: An Online E/PO Campaign Using Social Media Tools to Address the General Public, E. W. Smith, N. A. Cabrol, T. M. Smith, E. A. Grin, S. Lee, R. Lorenz, J. Moersch, E. MacLennan, V. Parro, L. Pederson, P. Sobron, C. Tambley, C. Thompson, D. S. Wettergreen [Abstract 2419], Poster Location: 27

Poster Session: Education and Public Outreach: Evaluating Our Impact
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Findings from a Five-Year Evaluation of the Planetary Science, Science Education and Public Outreach Forum, S. M. Shebby, S. Shipp, S. R. Buxner [Abstract 2494], Poster Location: 29

Transforming the Online Classroom via an Innovative Astrobiology Course, L. B. Horodyskyj, S. R. Buxner, D. Ben-Naim, S. Semken, A. D. Anbar [Abstract 1984], Poster Location: 32

Poster Session: Evolution of the Protosolar Disk: Models and Nucleosynthetic Signatures
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Ruthenium Isotope Composition of Allende Refractory Metal Nuggets, M. Fischer-Gödde, D. Schwander, U. Ott, T. Kleine [Abstract 2062], Poster Location: 36

The Gadolinium and Dysprosium Isotopic Composition of a Supernova Injection Inferred from Allende CAIs, G. A. Brennecka, L. E. Borg, M. Wadhwa [Abstract 2280], Poster Location: 39

Poster Session: Structure and Evolution of Solar Systems
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Role of Symmetry in Mass-Independent Oxygen Isotopic Composition in Laboratory Synthesized Silicates, S. Chakraborty, P. Yanchulova, M. H. Thiemens [Abstract 2387], Poster Location: 46

Are Organic Macromolecules in Meteorites Formed Within the Solar System?, S. Chakraborty, T. L. Jackson, H. B. Muskatel, M. Ahmed, B. Rude, R. D. Levine, M. H. Thiemens [Abstract 2452], Poster Location: 47

Photophoretic Force on Fractal Aggregates in a Protoplanetary Disk, J. B. Kimery, L. S. Matthews, T. W. Hyde [Abstract 2073], Poster Location: 48

Poster Session: Refractory Inclusions in Chondrites
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Hibonite-Spinel Inclusions from the ALH A77307 CO3.0 Chondrite: A FIB/TEM Approach, J. Han, A. J. Brearley [Abstract 2125], Poster Location: 54

In Situ Trace Element Analysis of an Allende Type B1 CAI: EK-459-5-1, C. R. Jeffcoat, A. Kerekgyarto, T. J. Lapen, R. Andreasen, M. Righter, D. K. Ross [Abstract 2523], Poster Location: 57

Stable Magnesium Isotope Variation in Melilite Mantle of Allende Type B1 CAI EK 459-5-1, A. G. Kerekgyarto, C. R. Jeffcoat, T. J. Lapen, R. Andreasen, M. Righter, D. K. Ross [Abstract 2874], Poster Location: 58

In Situ Analysis of Refractory Metal Alloys in Carbonaceous Chondrites: Implications for Early Solar System Processes, L. Daly, P. A. Bland, K. A. Dyl, L. V. Forman, C. G. Ryan [Abstract 2071], Poster Location: 61

Poster Session: Chondrules, Metals, and Sulfides
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Iron-Nickel Sulfide Exsolution Textures in CM2 Carbonaceous Chondrites, S. A. Singerling, A. J. Brearley [Abstract 2132], Poster Location: 63

Redox State of Partly Sulfidized EH3 Chondrule Constrained by Fe Exsolution from Olivine, S. W. Lehner, P. Nemeth, M. I. Petaev, P. R. Buseck [Abstract 2196], Poster Location: 65

Cooling Rate of a Type I Chondrule from the Renazzo CR2 Chondrite Inferred from Cu and Ga Diffusion Profiles in Metal Grains, N. Chaumard, M. Humayun, B. Zanda, R. H. Hewins [Abstract 2448], Poster Location: 67

A TEM Study of Exsolution in Ca-Rich Pyroxenes from the Paris Meteorite: Determination of Type I Chondrule Cooling Rates, P. Cuvillier, N. Chaumard, H. Leroux, B. Zanda, R. H. Hewins, D. Jacob, B. Devouard [Abstract 1711], Poster Location: 69

Igneous Differentiation Preserved in a Large Isolated Metal Grain from the Renazzo CR2 Chondrite, N. Chaumard, M. Humayun, B. Zanda, R. H. Hewins [Abstract 2469], Poster Location: 73

The Oxygen Isotope Systematics of the L3.00 Ordinary Chondrite NWA 7731, and a Comparison to LL3.00 Semarkona, K. Ziegler, C. B. Agee, H. C. Connolly Jr. [Abstract 2468], Poster Location: 74

Poster Session: Early Solar System Chronology
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

CAI Refractory Lithophile Trace Element Distributions: Implications for Radiogenic Isotopes, J. M. Paque, D. S. Burnett, J. R. Beckett, Y. Guan [Abstract 2176], Poster Location: 79

Poster Session: Sample Characterization Techniques
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Rapid Classification of Ordinary Chondrites Using Raman Spectroscopy, M. Fries, L. Welzenbach [Abstract 2519], Poster Location: 82

Automated Classification of Geological Samples Using High Resolution Macro Images, P. M. Freeman, S. T. Ishikawa, V. C. Gulick [Abstract 2739], Poster Location: 83

Poster Session: Presolar, Interplanetary, and Cometary Dust
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Zirconium Isotope Abundances in Single Mainstream SiC Grains and the 13C Pocket Structure in AGB Models, N. Liu, R. Gallino, S. Bisterzo, A. M. Davis, M. R. Savina, M. J. Pellin [Abstract 1292], Poster Location: 88

D/H Measurements in Ultracarbonaceous Antarctic Micrometeorites Using Polyatomic Ions with SIMS, N. Bardin, G. Slodzian, T.-D. Wu, D. Baklouti, E. Dartois, C. Engrand, R. Brunetto, J.-L. Guerquin-Kern, J. Duprat [Abstract 2647], Poster Location: 98

Organic Material in Aerogel Samples from the Stardust Mission, T. Henkel, I. C. Lyon [Abstract 2655], Poster Location: 100

Results from Raman Analyses of Thirty-Six Stardust Cometary Grains from Tracks 170, 176, 177, 178, M. C. Price, J. C. Bridges, P. J. Wozniakiewicz, L. J. Hicks [Abstract 1252], Poster Location: 101

XRD Analyses of Stardust Tracks 176, 177, 178: Terminal Grains from Magnetite-Rich, Chondrite-Like Matrix, L. J. Hicks, J. C. Bridges, G. M. Hansford, S. J. Gurman [Abstract 2051], Poster Location: 102

Survival and Condition of Micron-Scale Refractory Grains in Stardust-Analog Al Foil Craters, T. K. Croat, C. Floss, B. A. Haas, M. J. Burchell, A. T. Kearsley [Abstract 1508], Poster Location: 108

Upper Jurassic Micrometeorites from Cañadon Asfalto Fm., Patagonia, Argentina, M. Matteini, N. Hauser, N. Cabaleri, F. A. Cuadro, T. T. Magaldi, L. A. Pereira [Abstract 2482], Poster Location: 114

Poster Session: Emerging Worlds: Planetary Differentiation
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

The Effect of Light Elements in Metallic Liquids on Partitioning Behavior, N. L. Chabot, E. A. Wollack, W. F. McDonough, R. Ash [Abstract 1165], Poster Location: 118

Simulating Planetary Igneous Crystallization Environments (SPICEs): A Suite of Igneous Crystallization Programs, J. D. Davenport, J. Longhi, C. R. Neal, D. Bolster, B. L. Jolliff [Abstract 1111], Poster Location: 122

Poster Session: Venus
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Modeling Venusian Resurfacing Mechanisms: Progressive Surface Volcanism Versus Catastrophic Mantle Overturn, and a Comparison to Observed Venus Topography, Geoid, and Thermal Emissivity Anomalies, A. C. Prunty, S. D. King [Abstract 2147], Poster Location: 125

Poster Session: The Cratering Process: Mechanics and Scaling
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

A Comparison of Crater-Size Scaling and Ejection-Speed Scaling During Experimental Impacts in Sand, J. L. B. Anderson, M. J. Cintala, M. K. Johnson [Abstract 2668], Poster Location: 141

The Effects of Porosity on Lunar Crater Formation and the Transition from Complex Crater to Peak Ring Basin Morphology, C. Milbury, B. C. Johnson, H. J. Melosh, D. M. Blair, G. S. Collins [Abstract 2270], Poster Location: 146

Modeling Topographic Changes by Ballistic Sedimentation from Orientale Ejecta, Y. H. Huang, D. A. Minton, J. E. Richardson [Abstract 2551], Poster Location: 147

Poster Session: Craters: Inventory, Imagery, and Morphology
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

The Variability of Crater Identification Among Expert and Community Crater Analysts, S. J. Robbins, I. Antonenko, M. R. Kirchoff, C. R. Chapman, C. I. Fassett, R. R. Herrick, K. Singer, M. Zanetti, C. Lehan, D. Huang, P. L. Gay [Abstract 1675], Poster Location: 153

Analysis and Classification of Oppenheimer Crater as a Class Floor-Fractured Craters, O. P. N. Calla, M. Jangid, S. Mathur [Abstract 1793], Poster Location: 159

Poster Session: Impacts: Numerics, Analytics, and Experiments
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Where Have All the Craters Gone?, T. J. Bowling, B. C. Johnson [Abstract 2414], Poster Location: 177

Large Meteorite Impacts, Volcanism and Possible Environmental Disruption at the Jurassic-Cretaceous Boundary, S. Misra, A. Mazumder, M. A. G. Andreoli, D. Ray [Abstract 1017], Poster Location: 182

Identification of Meteorite-Producing Events in Martian and Terrestrial Atmosphere, D. Kuznetsova, M. Gritsevich [Abstract 1220], Poster Location: 184

Empirical Fragment Distributions in Meteorites, V. Vinnikov, M. Gritsevich, D. Kuznetsova, L. Turchak [Abstract 1439], Poster Location: 186

Examining Impact Induced Mineral Devolatilisation Using Raman Spectroscopy, N. K. Ramkissoon, M. C. Price, A. T. Kearsley, M. J. Cole, M. J. Burchell [Abstract 1891], Poster Location: 189

Improvements to ANEOS for Multiple Phase Transitions, G. S. Collins, H. J. Melosh [Abstract 2664], Poster Location: 192

Poster Session: Terrestrial Craters and Impact Products: Sample Analyses
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

When Classification Gets Complicated: The Ingalls "Impact-Like" Structure, R. G. Mayne, S. J. Jaret, B. C. Herrmann [Abstract 1035], Poster Location: 197

Emplacement of the Foy Offset Dyke at the Sudbury Impact Structure, Canada, E. Pilles, G. R. Osinski, J. Bailey, D. Smith [Abstract 1044], Poster Location: 209

Poster Session: Lunar Impacts
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Re-Examining the Main Asteroid Belt as the Primary Source of Ancient Lunar Craters, D. A. Minton, J. E. Richardson, C. I. Fassett [Abstract 2660], Poster Location: 231

The Rate of Crater Degradation and Topographic Evolution on the Moon: Results from the Maria and Initial Comparisons with the Highlands, C. I. Fassett, J. R. Combellick [Abstract 1429], Poster Location: 234

Automated Classification of Copernican and Eratosthenian Craters Utilizing LROC WAC Normalized Reflectance, R. G. Nuno, P. Mahanti, A. K. Boyd, M. S. Robinson [Abstract 1751], Poster Location: 236

New Geological Map of the Orientale Basin, D. J. P. Martin, P. D. Spudis [Abstract 1368], Poster Location: 245

Poster Session: Lunar Data Calibration and Laboratory Groundtruthing
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Photogrammetric Control of Oblique Apollo 15 Metric Camera Images, K. L. Edmundson, O. Alexandrov, B. A. Archinal, T. L. Becker, Z. M. Moratto, A. V. Nefian, J. Richie, M. S. Robinson [Abstract 1915], Poster Location: 256

Poster Session: Lunar Spectroscopy: Probing Elemental Composition and Mineralogy from Orbit
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Direct Evidence of Enhanced Sodium Content on the Moon Around Tycho Region: C1XS Observations, P. S. Athiray, K. N. Kusuma, S. Narendranath, P. Sreekumar [Abstract 1857], Poster Location: 271

Spatial Distribution of Olivine the Sinus Iridium Using M3 Data, Y. Z. Zhang, C. Zhou, S. B. Chen, C. L. Li, Z. J. Huang, S. Huang [Abstract 1141], Poster Location: 278

Ultraviolet Characteristics of the Lunar Compton-Belkovich Region from LRO/LAMP, A. R. Hendrix, K. E. Mandt, T. K. Greathouse, K. D. Retherford, G. R. Gladstone, D. M. Hurley, P. D. Feldman, A. F. Egan, D. E. Kaufmann, P. F. Miles, J. W. Parker, M. W. Davis, W. R. Pryor, M. A. Bullock, S. A. Stern, N. E. Petro [Abstract 2790], Poster Location: 282

Poster Session: New Perspectives of the Moon: Enabling Future Lunar Missions
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Preliminary Results from Multi-Band Polarimetric Observations of the Lunar Surface, M. Jung, S. S. Kim, K. W. Min, H. Jin, I. Garrick-Bethell, M. Morris [Abstract 1315], Poster Location: 290

Locations of Anthropogenic Sites on the Moon, R. V. Wagner, M. S. Robinson, E. J. Speyerer, J. B. Plescia [Abstract 2259], Poster Location: 299

Comparison of a New Lunar Radiometric Model Based on SELENE/SP with Satellite Observing Lunar Images, T. Kouyama, Y. Ishihara, R. Nakamura, S. Tsuchida, T. Matsunaga, F. Sakuma, Y. Yokota, S. Yamamoto [Abstract 1302], Poster Location: 301

Poster Session: Chang'e 3
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Photometric Characterization of the Chang'e 3 Landing Site Using LROC NAC Images, R. N. Clegg, B. L. Jolliff, A. Boyd, M. S. Robinson, J. B. Plescia [Abstract 1625], Poster Location: 309

Poster Session: Lunar Dust and Exosphere Featuring the First Results from LADEE
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Simulation of Lunar Exospheric Argon: Insights on Loss Processes, Cold-Trapping, and Sudden Release Events, C. Grava, J.-Y. Chaufray, K. D. Retherford, G. R. Gladstone, T. K. Greathouse, D. M. Hurley, R. R. Hodges, A. J. Bayless, J. C. Cook, S. A. Stern [Abstract 2889], Poster Location: 315

Possible Detection of Argon in the Lunar Atmosphere as seen by the LAMP Instrument on the Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter, J. C. Cook, S. A. Stern, P. D. Feldman, K. D. Retherford, G. R. Gladstone, T. K. Greathouse, C. Grava, D. M. Hurley, M. W. Davis [Abstract 2788], Poster Location: 318

Ground Based Observations of Lunar Meteors in Support of the LADEE Mission: A Status Update, B. M. Cudnik, B. H. Day [Abstract 2645], Poster Location: 319

Poster Session: Lunar Geophysical Evolution: GRAIL and More
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Modeling the Geophysical History of Very Large Impact Basins: The Gravity Anomalies of the Orientale Basin, D. M. Blair, B. C. Johnson, A. M. Freed, H. J. Melosh [Abstract 2105], Poster Location: 326

Characteristics of Small-Scale Magnetic Anomalies Outside of Mare Crisium, S.-M. Baek, K.-H. Kim, J.-K. Lee, H.-J. Lee, H. Jin, D. Hemingway, I. Garrick-Bethell [Abstract 1965], Poster Location: 338

Initial ARTEMIS Time Domain Electromagnetic Sounding Results from Night-Side Transient Events, H. A. Fuqua, G. T. Delory, I. de Pater, R. E. Grimm [Abstract 2734], Poster Location: 342

Poster Session: Structure and Evolution of Planetary Bodies: A Geophysical Perspective
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Mars Paleopole and Magnetization Estimates from Magnetization Edge Effects: A New Method, M. L. Ditty, D. Ravat [Abstract 2075], Poster Location: 353

Catalogue of Lunar Thermal Anomalies, Y. C. Zheng, K. L. Chan, Y. C. Zhu, K. T. Tsang, G. P. Hu, Y. L. Zou, Z. Y. Ouyang [Abstract 2208], Poster Location: 358

Poster Session: Thinking Our Way to the Planets and Back: Testing Mission Concepts on Earth
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Comparing Geologic Data Sets Collected by Planetary Analog Traverses and by Standard Geologic Field Mapping: Desert Rats Data Analysis, W. Feng, C. Evans, J. Gruener, D. Eppler [Abstract 1023], Poster Location: 361

Planetary Lake Lander: Adaptive Science Initial Results, T. Smith, S. Y. Lee, L. Pedersen, H. Seddiqi, N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, R. Lorenz, J. Moersch, E. MacLennan, V. Parro, E. W. Smith, P. Sobron, C. Tambley, C. Thompson, D. S. Wettergreen [Abstract 1616], Poster Location: 367

A Large Lunar Surface Testbed from Low Cost Material, D. L. Rickman [Abstract 2148], Poster Location: 371

Poster Session: Understanding Our Data: Testing and Calibration of Science Instruments Using Analog Sites or Simulants
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Multispectral Imaging of Hydrothermal Alteration Terrains Using an ExoMars PanCam Prototype, J. K. Harris, C. R. Cousins, M. Gunn, P. M. Grindrod, I. Crawford, D. Barnes [Abstract 1333], Poster Location: 374

Poster Session: Calibrating Our Destinations: Laboratory Studies of Terrestrial Materials as Analogs for Planetary Environments and Materials
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

SEM-TEM Study of Icelandic Palagonite: Application to Hydrated Silicate gel Interfaces in the Nakhlite Meteorites and Secondary Processes on Mars., C. C. Cockell, H. G. Changela, C. Bryce, A. J. Brearley [Abstract 2890], Poster Location: 394

Low Temperature Thermal Properties of Lunar Soil, R. E. Woods-Robinson, D. A. Paige [Abstract 2003], Poster Location: 395

Determining the Provenance of Altered Basaltic Clastics Based on VNIR and TIR Spectroscopy: Relevance for Mars, W. H. Farrand, S. P. Wright, T. D. Glotch [Abstract 1597], Poster Location: 401

Poster Session: Visit the Planets Without Leaving Home: Terrestrial Geology as an Analog for Planetary Environmental Processes
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Double Rootless Cones Around Lake Myvatn in Iceland, as Analogues to Double Cones in Athabasca Valles, Mars, R. Noguchi, Á. Höskuldsson, T. Saruya, Á. Friðriksson, E. Gjerløw, K. Kurita [Abstract 1595], Poster Location: 412

Preliminary Results from a Field Study of the Mineralogy of the White Sands National Monument Dune Field, L. K. Fenton, J. L. Bishop, B. Lafuente, B. H. Horgan, A. Szynkiewicz, D. Bustos, S. J. King [Abstract 2855], Poster Location: 415

Mineralogical Characterization by XRD of Gypsum Dunes at White Sands National Monument and Application to Gypsum Detection on Mars, B. Lafuente, J. L. Bishop, L. K. Fenton, S. J. King, D. Blake, P. Sarrazin, R. T. Downs, B. H. Horgan, C. G. Garcia [Abstract 2578], Poster Location: 416

VNIR Spectra of Gypsum-Rich Field Samples from White Sands New Mexico as an Analog Study for Olyumpus Undae, Mars, S. J. King, J. L. Bishop, G. C. Garcia, B. LaFuente, L. K. Fenton [Abstract 2284], Poster Location: 417

How to Build a Gully in a Day and Erase it in a Year: Observations of Small Scale Fluvial Erosion and Deposition in Antarctic Buried Ice Landscapes as Analogs for Martian Gullies and RSL, J. S. Levy, A. G. Fountain, J. W. Head, J. L. Dickson [Abstract 1592], Poster Location: 423

Alcoves as Protected Sites for Martian Life, R. A. De Hon [Abstract 1027], Poster Location: 425

Poster Session: Mars Data Calibration and Analysis Techniques
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Gaussian Noise Removal for Wet Chemistry Data from the Phoenix Mission, Y. Mu, W. Ding, X. Ren, E. Oberlin, S. Kounaves [Abstract 1142], Poster Location: 463

Grain Size, 'Spotty' XRD Rings, and CheMin: Two-Dimensional X-Ray Diffraction as a Proxy for Grain Size Measurement in Planetary Materials, M. S. Bramble, R. L. Flemming, P. J. A. McCausland [Abstract 1658], Poster Location: 464

Unusual ChemCam Targets Discovered Automatically in Curiosity's First Ninety Sols in Gale Crater, Mars, K. L. Wagstaff, N. L. Lanza, R. C. Wiens [Abstract 1575], Poster Location: 473

Poster Session: Mars Science Laboratory Chemistry
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Modeling of Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity's Dynamic Albedo of Neutrons Instrument Data Using Elemental Geochemistry, C. Hardgrove, J. Moersch, I. Mitrofanov, M. Litvak, A. Behar, W. V. Boynton, L. Deflores, D. Drake, F. Fedosov, D. Golovin, I. Jun, K. Harshman, A. S. Kozyrev, A. Malakhov, R. Milliken, R. O. Kuzmin, M. Mischna, M. Mokrousov, S. Nikiforov, A. B. Sanin, C. Tate, A. Varenikov [Abstract 1664], Poster Location: 479

ChemCam Results from the Shaler Outcrop in Gale Crater, Mars, R. B. Anderson, L. Edgar, J. C. Bridges, A. Williams, J. Williams, A. Ollila, O. Forni, N. Mangold, N. Lanza, V. Sautter, S. Gupta, D. Blaney, B. Clark, S. Clegg, G. Dromart, O. Gasnault, J. Lasue, S. Le Mouélic, R. Leveille, E. Lewin, K. Lewis, S. Maurice, M. Nachon, H. Newsom, D. Vaniman, R. C. Wiens [Abstract 2380], Poster Location: 484

Poster Session: Mars Surface Physical Properties
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

OMEGA/MARS Express Observations over Curiosity at Gale Crater, B. Gondet, J. Audouard, J-P. Bibring [Abstract 2129], Poster Location: 496

Poster Session: Mars Petrology
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Alkaline Primary Melts from the Primitive Mantle of Mars, M. Collinet, E. Medard, J. Vander Auwera, B. Charlier [Abstract 2839], Poster Location: 518

The Density, Porosity, and Magnetic Susceptibility of Martian Meteorites as Constraints on Gravity Models, W. S. Kiefer, R. J. Macke, D. T. Britt, A. J. Irving, G. J. Consolmagno [Abstract 2028], Poster Location: 527

Oxygen Isotope Study of Northwest Africa (NWA) Shergottites, N. R. Banerjee, A. Ali, I. Jabeen, G. R. Osinski, D. Gregory [Abstract 2191], Poster Location: 535

Martian Phyllosilicates in the Martian Meteorites, J. C. Bridges, L. J. Hicks, G. M. Hansford, S. J. Gurman [Abstract 2244], Poster Location: 541

Meteorite NWA 7533, the Confirmation of the CI-Mars Hypothesis, and the Mars Age Paradox, J. E. Brandenburg [Abstract 1143], Poster Location: 542

Poster Session: Mars Atmosphere
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Mars' Atmospheric Optical Depth from Mars Express HRSC and Mars Exploration Rovers — A Comparison, O. J. Stenzel, N. M. Hoekzema [Abstract 1799], Poster Location: 546

Poster Session: Accretion and Impacts: Icy Bodies
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Hypervelocity Laboratory Impacts of Micron-Sized Dust into Foil and Meteoritic Targets, H. B. Throop, D. D. Durda, A. Shu, R. H. Geiss, K. P. Rice [Abstract 1690], Poster Location: 551

Outer-Planet Satellite Survival During the Late Heavy Bombardment (II), N. Movshovitz, D. G. Korycansky, F. Nimmo, E. Asphaug, J. M. Owen [Abstract 2308], Poster Location: 553

Poster Session: At Dawn We Ride to Vesta and Ceres
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

The Photometric Properties of Vesta and the Implications, J.-Y. Li, B. J. Buratti, C. M. De Sanctis, B. W. Denevi, M. Hoffmann, A. Longobardo, S. Mottola, A. Nathues, V. Reddy, C. T. Russell, S. E. Schröder [Abstract 1583], Poster Location: 556

Modelling of the Thermo-Chemical Evolution of Ceres, W. Neumann, D. Breuer, T. Spohn [Abstract 2055], Poster Location: 570

Poster Session: Europa and Enceladus: Active Worlds Giving Vent
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

New Models of Endogenic Heat from Enceladus' South Polar Fractures, O. Abramov, J. R. Spencer [Abstract 2878], Poster Location: 575

Poster Session: Icy Worlds: Tectonics, Volcanism, and Mass Wasting
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Crystallization and Convection of the Outer Satellites' Icy Shells in the Presence of Internal and Bottom-Driven Heating, A. P. Green, L. G. J. Montesi [Abstract 2248], Poster Location: 582

Model Helene: Reconstructing the Histories of Saturnian Trojan Satellites Using Landform Evolution Modeling, O. M. Umurhan, J. M. Moore, A. D. Howard, P. M. Schenk [Abstract 2384], Poster Location: 583

The Resurfacing and Bombardment History of Saturn's Moon Dione from its Global Crater Database, M. R. Kirchoff, P. Schenk [Abstract 2149], Poster Location: 584

Chaos Units in Argadnel Regio, Europa: Implications for Timing of Chaos Formation., L. M. Parro, J. Ruiz, R. T. Pappalardo [Abstract 1570], Poster Location: 589

Poster Session: Titan: Return to Lake District
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Solubility and Detectability of Acetonitrile in Titan Lakes, M. Leitner, S. Singh, V. F. Chevrier [Abstract 2658], Poster Location: 594

Poster Session: Planetary Mission Concepts
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

The Space Launch System for Exploration and Science, K. Klaus, M. S. Elsperman, B. B. Donahue, K. E. Post, M. L. Raftery, D. B. Smith [Abstract 2234], Poster Location: 611

An Affordable Mars Mission Design, K. Klaus, M. L. Raftery, K. E. Post [Abstract 2258], Poster Location: 612

Compact Cryogenic Environment Instrumentation and Experiment for the Lunar Surface as Analogue for Planet and Exoplanet Surface Processes, P. E. Clark, W. Farrell, R. Cox [Abstract 1052], Poster Location: 614

LunarCubes: Application of the CubeSat Paradigm to Lunar Missions, P. E. Clark, R. MacDowall, D. Reuter, R. Mauk, D. Patel, J. Hudeck, S. Altunc, E. Mentzel, A. Hernandez, W. Farrell, R. Cox [Abstract 1049], Poster Location: 615

A CubeSat Mission for Korean Lunar Exploration, H.-J. Lee, J.-K. Lee, S.-M. Baek, K.-H. Kim, H. Jin, D. Hemingway, I. Garrick-Bethell [Abstract 1783], Poster Location: 616

Mapping Solar Irradiance Within Schrodinger Basin for Future Robotic Sample Return Missions, N. J. Potts, A. Gullikson, N. M. Curran, J. K. Dhaliwal, G. Chang, M. K. Leader, R. N. Rege, D. A. Kring [Abstract 1835], Poster Location: 619

Mars Sample Return via Robotic Collection, Phobos Cache and Human Retrieval, P. J. Stooke [Abstract 1043], Poster Location: 626

Crewed Martian Traverses; Building on Lessons Learned from Apollo, Robotic Missions, and Planetary Analogs, M. C. Bouchard [Abstract 1580], Poster Location: 628

Concerning the Charging of an Exploration Craft On and Near a Small Asteroid, T. L. Jackson, M. I. Zimmerman, W. M. Farrell [Abstract 2154], Poster Location: 631

The Highland Terrain Hopper: Scientific Exploration of Rugged Terrain on Low-Gravity Planetary Bodies, D. Mège, J. Gurgurewicz, J. Grygorczuk, Ł. Wiśniewski, H. Rickman, T. Kuciński, M. Banaszkiewicz, K. Skocki [Abstract 1262], Poster Location: 635

Poster Session: Miscellaneous Topics
Tue, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Models of Sky Brightness, S. I. Ipatov, K. Horne [Abstract 1390], Poster Location: 643

Poster Session: Mercury
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Analysis of Magnetic Field Data from the Third Mariner 10 Flyby of Mercury: Comparison with MESSENGER Data and Constraints on Secular Variation, L. C. Philpott, C. L. Johnson, R. M. Winslow, B. J. Anderson, H. Korth, M. E. Purucker, S. C. Solomon [Abstract 1169], Poster Location: 3

Progress Towards a Global Digital Elevation Model for Mercury, K. J. Becker, T. L. Becker, K. L. Edmundson, R. W. Gaskell, R. L. McNutt Jr., S. L. Murchie, G. A. Neumann, M. E. Perry, L. M. Prockter, M. S. Robinson, S. C. Solomon, G. K. Stephens, F. S. Turner, L. A. Weller [Abstract 2243], Poster Location: 4

Unsupervised Classification of Mercury’s Visible-Near-Infrared Reflectance Spectra: Comparison with Major Element Compositions, M. D'Amore, J. Helbert, S. Ferrari, A. Maturilli, L. R. Nittler, D. L. Domingue, S. Z. Weider, R. D. Starr, E. J. Crapster-Pregont, D. S. Ebel, S. C. Solomon [Abstract 1073], Poster Location: 7

Compound Volcanoes on Mercury — Implications for Vent Migration and Longevity, D. A. Rothery, R. J. Thomas, L. Kerber [Abstract 1854], Poster Location: 13

The Timing and Distribution of Pyroclastic Volcanism on Mercury, R. J. Thomas, D. A. Rothery, S. J. Conway, M. Anand [Abstract 1123], Poster Location: 16

Rheology of Lava Flows on Mercury: An Experimental Study, A. Sehlke, A. Whittington [Abstract 2275], Poster Location: 18

Poster Session: Airless Body Regolith Processes and Products
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Evolution of the Space Weathering — Laboratory Simulations, T. Kohout, J. Cuda, J. Filip, D. Britt, T. Bradley, J. Tucek, R. Skala, G. Kletetschka, J. Kaslik, O. Malina, K. Siskova, R. Zboril [Abstract 1977], Poster Location: 27

Solar Wind Sputtering of Lunar Soil Analogs: The Effect of Ionic Charge and Mass, H. Hijazi, M. E. Bannister, H. M. Meyer III, C. M. Rouleau, A. F. Barghouty, D. L. Rickman, F. W. Meyer [Abstract 1186], Poster Location: 28

Investigation of Magnetic Anomaly and Optical Maturity at Mare Crisium, J.-K. Lee, H.-J. Lee, S.-M. Baek, K.-H. Kim, H. Jin, D. Hemingway, I. Garrick-Bethell [Abstract 1763], Poster Location: 41

Failure and Fragmentation of Meteorites and Basalt: Understanding Lunar Regolith Generation, J. D. Hogan, J. Plescia, K. T. Ramesh [Abstract 2426], Poster Location: 42

Poster Session: Lunar Volatiles: Implanted, Accumulated, and Endogenous
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Constraints on Transport and Emplacement Mechanisms of Labile Fractions in Lunar Cold Traps, D. Rickman, L. Gertsch [Abstract 2695], Poster Location: 45

Diviner Monitoring of Coldest Lunar Polar Regions, K.-M. Aye, D. A. Paige, M. A. Siegler, E. Sefton-Nash, B. T. Greenhagen [Abstract 2893], Poster Location: 46

Study of Shackleton Crater: Integration of Monostatic and Bistatic Observation from Mini-RF and Arecibo, O. P. N. Calla, M. Jangid, S. Mathur [Abstract 1803], Poster Location: 49

Neutron Remote-Sensing at the Moon: Modeling the Empirical Variation with Altitude of Neutron Flux for the Lunar Exploration Neutron Detector (LEND), T. A. Livengood, W. V. Boynton, G. Chin, L. G. Evans, M. L. Litvak, T. P. McClanahan, I. G. Mitrofanov, R. Z. Sagdeev, A. B. Sanin, R. D. Starr, J. J. Su [Abstract 2592], Poster Location: 52

Simultaneous Analysis of Abundance and Isotopic Composition of Helium, Neon, and Argon in Lunar Basalts, J. I. Mortimer, A. B. Verchovsky, M. Anand, I. Gilmour, C. T. Pillinger [Abstract 2503], Poster Location: 56

Simultaneous Analysis of Abundance and Isotopic Composition of Nitrogen and Carbon in Lunar Basalts, J. I. Mortimer, A. B. Verchovsky, M. Anand, I. Gilmour, C. T. Pillinger [Abstract 2529], Poster Location: 57

Poster Session: Lunar Samples: Petrology and Geochemistry
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Compositional and Grain-Size Variations in Ilmenite Reflectance Spectra, M. Morison, D. Applin, E. Cloutis, M. Izawa, P. Mann, S. A. Mertzman [Abstract 1505], Poster Location: 62

Mineralogy and Chemistry of Ti-Bearing Lunar Soils and Size Fractions, P. K. Carpenter, B. L. Jolliff, E. I. Coman [Abstract 2787], Poster Location: 63

Crystal Stratigraphy of Two Basalts from Apollo 16: Unique Crystallization of Picritic Basalt 60603,10-16 and Very-Low-Titanium Basalt 65703,9-13, P. H. Donohue, C. R. Neal, R. E. Stevens, R. A. Zeigler [Abstract 2648], Poster Location: 65

Depth-Dependent Mantle Sources for High and Low Ti-Mare Basalts — An Investigation Through Trace Element Geochemistry, D. Ray, S. Misra [Abstract 1091], Poster Location: 66

Characterization of Mesostasis Areas in Mare Basalts: Constraining Melt Compositions from Which Apatite Crystallizes, N. J. Potts, R. Tartese, M. Anand, I. A. Franchi, W. van Westrenen, J. J. Barnes, A. A. Griffiths [Abstract 1946], Poster Location: 68

New Insights into VHK Petrogenesis Through Quantitative Textural Analysis, S. E. Roberts, C. R. Neal [Abstract 1279], Poster Location: 72

A Petrological and Geochemical Analysis of Lunar Basaltic Fines 12070,891 and 12030,187, L. Alexander, J. F. Snape, I. A. Crawford, K. H. Joy, S. S. Russell [Abstract 1149], Poster Location: 73

Non-Basaltic Fragments in the Apollo Soil Sample 12003, J. F. Snape, R. Burgess, K. H. Joy, L. Ruzie, I. A. Crawford [Abstract 1974], Poster Location: 74

Keeping Up with the Lunar Meteorites — 2014, R. L. Korotev, A. J. Irving [Abstract 1405], Poster Location: 80

Poster Session: Protolunar Disk and Magma Ocean: Models and Sample Constraints
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Forward, Reverse and FXMOTR Modeling of the LMO: A Look at the Bulk Composition of the LMO, J. D. Davenport, C. R. Neal, G. A. Snyder, D. Bolster, J. Longhi [Abstract 1112], Poster Location: 94

Dynamical Evolution of the Earth-Moon Progenitors, B. Quarles, J. J. Lissauer [Abstract 2216], Poster Location: 98

Poster Session: Mars Cryosphere
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Long-Lived Glaciation in the Northern Mid-Latitudes of Mars: New Constraints on Timing, C. I. Fassett, J. S. Levy, J. W. Head, J. L. Dickson [Abstract 1494], Poster Location: 102

A Comparative Study of Martian Lobate Debris Aprons to Assess Regional Differences in Surface Properties, Morphology, and Internal Composition, E. I. Petersen, J. W. Holt, J. E. Berney [Abstract 2784], Poster Location: 110

Assessing the Potential of Debris-Covered Glaciers in the Uinta Mountains as Martian Analogs, B. T. Cardenas, D. E. Lalich, E. Petersen, E. A. McKinnon, C. M. Andry, S. Nerozzi, J. S. Levy, J. W. Holt [Abstract 2362], Poster Location: 111

Preservation and Mobilization of Ice-Rich Mantling Deposits in Nereidum Montes, Mars, D. C. Berman, D. A. Crown, F. C. Chuang [Abstract 1553], Poster Location: 112

Concentric Crater Fill: Rates of Glacial Accumulation, Infilling and Deglaciation in the Amazonian and Noachian of Mars, J. L. Fastook, J. W. Head [Abstract 1227], Poster Location: 113

Meter-Scale Pits in Mars' North Polar Layered Deposits, S. Mattson, A. Kilgallon, S. Byrne, A. S. McEwen, K. Herkenhoff, C. Okubo, N. E. Putzig, P. Russell [Abstract 2431], Poster Location: 114

Reinterpreting the Impact Craters of the North Polar Layered Deposits, Mars, M. E. Landis, S. Byrne, I. J. Daubar [Abstract 2661], Poster Location: 115

Regional Variability in the Spiral Troughs of the North Polar Layered Deposits, Mars, as Observed by SHARAD, I. B. Smith, J. W. Holt [Abstract 1392], Poster Location: 117

Magma-Cryosphere Interactions on Mars — An Experimental Investigation of Physical Processes, S. Tyson, S. J. Lane, L. Wilson, J. S. Gilbert [Abstract 1124], Poster Location: 123

Investigating the Timing and Extent of Seasonal Surface Water Frost on Mars with MGS TES, J. Bapst, J. L. Bandfield, S. E. Wood [Abstract 1594], Poster Location: 126

Poster Session: Mars Fluvial/Lacustrine Activity and Layering
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Evidence for Shoreline-Controlled Changes in Baselevel from Fluvial Deposits at Aeolis Dorsa, Mars, B. T. Cardenas, D. Mohrig [Abstract 1632], Poster Location: 134

Fluid Escape Features in the Equatorial Regions of Mars: Landing Site Potential and Constrains of Early Mars Hydrology, F. Franchi, A. P. Rossi, M. Pondrelli, B. Cavalazzi [Abstract 1243], Poster Location: 151

Poster Session: Mars Gullies and Recurring Slope Lineae (RSL)
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Gullies on Mars: Fluvial Geologic Processes as Evidence for Liquid Water on Mars, D. J. Hernandez, V. C. Gulick, C. A. Narlesky [Abstract 1198], Poster Location: 156

Geomorphic and Flow Analysis for Gullies in Palikir Crater, C. A. Narlesky, V. C. Gulick [Abstract 2870], Poster Location: 157

Comparative Study of Gullies in Kaiser Crater on Mars, N. A. Glines, V. C. Gulick [Abstract 2926], Poster Location: 158

Quantifying Recurring Slope Lineae in Space and Time, E. I. Schaefer, A. S. McEwen, S. Mattson, L. Ojha [Abstract 2800], Poster Location: 161

Laboratory Simulations of the Transport Capacity of Water and Brines Under Martian Conditions, S. J. Conway, M. Gourronc, M. Patel [Abstract 2458], Poster Location: 163

Poster Session: Mars Alteration and Spectroscopy
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Unraveling the History of Water on Mars Using Lithium Isotope Fractionation Models, E. L. Adams, C. G. Lozano, L. G. Duport, A. F. Davila, A. G. Fairen [Abstract 2433], Poster Location: 167

Phyllosilicate Spectra Identified at Mawrth Vallis by Factor Analysis and Target Transformation are Consistent with Impact-Related Spectral Change, L. R. Friedlander, T. D. Glotch [Abstract 2001], Poster Location: 169

Sulfate Formation from Acid-Weathered Phyllosilicates: Implications for the Aqueous History of Mars, P. I. Craig, D. W. Ming, E. B. Rampe [Abstract 1970], Poster Location: 172

Comparing VNIR and TIR Spectra of Clay-Bearing Rocks, A. C. Davis, J. L. Bishop, M. Veto, S. Ruff, T. Bristow, W. Gates, D. Blake [Abstract 2699], Poster Location: 180

Comparison of Rock Spectral Classes Observed at Cape York and Solander Point on the Rim of Endeavour Crater by the Opportunity Pancam, W. H. Farrand, J. R. Johnson, J. F. Bell III, M. S. Rice, S. P. Wright [Abstract 1596], Poster Location: 192

Poster Session: Mars Salts and Brines: Spectroscopy, Experiments, and Models
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Modeling and Experimental Analysis of Potential Martian Chloride Brines, P. E. Martin, M. S. Gilmore, J. P. Greenwood [Abstract 2543], Poster Location: 206

Spectral Properties of Na, Ca-, Mg- and Fe-Chlorides and Analyses of Hydrohalite-Bearing Samples from Axel Heiberg Island, J. L. Bishop, M. K. Ward, T. L. Roush, A. Davila, A. J. Brown, C. P. McKay, R. Quinn, W. Pollard [Abstract 2145], Poster Location: 220

Poster Session: Eolian Processes
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Sand Sea Area on Titan from Cassini SAR and ISS and a New Volumetric Estimation Method for Total Organic Inventory from Dunes, K. Arnold, J. Radebaugh, E. H. Christiansen, T. H. Morris [Abstract 2887], Poster Location: 221

Documentation of Sand Ripple Patterns and Recent Surface Winds on Martian Dunes, M. B. Johnson, J. R. Zimbelman [Abstract 1518], Poster Location: 225

Documentation of Recent Surface Winds on Small Sand Dunes West of Mars’ Hellas Basin, Z.Y.-C. Liu, J. R. Zimbelman [Abstract 2809], Poster Location: 227

Aeolian Erosion of Filled Martian Craters, M. D. Day, G. A. Kocurek, W. E. Anderson, A. Hamed, K. T. Christensen [Abstract 2296], Poster Location: 230

Methodology of Wind Tunnel Experiments Applied to Gravel Megaripple Formation on Earth and Mars, E. M. Neely, M. G. Spagnuolo, S. L. de Silva, N. T. Bridges, J. R. Zimbelman [Abstract 2767], Poster Location: 239

Poster Session: Chondrites: Matrix, Water, and Accreting Parent Bodies
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Implications for the Band I Peak Feature Shift of Ordinary Chondrites, C. L. Johnson, M. J. Gaffey [Abstract 1432], Poster Location: 247

Spectral Nature of CO2 Adsorption onto Carbonaceous Chondrite Meteorites, G. Berlanga, C. A. Hibbitts, D. Takir [Abstract 2773], Poster Location: 248

Strain Measurements of Chondrules and Refractory Inclusions in Allende, A. W. Tait, K. R. Fisher, J. I. Simon [Abstract 1309], Poster Location: 258

Poster Session: Aqueous Alteration on Parent Bodies
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Conditions for Formation of Chalcopyrite in the Rumuruti Chondrites, K. E. Miller, M. S. Thompson, D. S. Lauretta, T. J. Zega [Abstract 1461], Poster Location: 263

Nephelinization and Metasomatism in the Ordinary Chondrite Parnallee (LL3.6), J. A. Lewis, R. H. Jones [Abstract 1661], Poster Location: 277

Spatial Correlations Between Silicate and Metal Weathering in Antarctic Chondrites, E. D. Steer, S. P. Schwenzer, I. P. Wright, M. M. Grady [Abstract 1958], Poster Location: 278

Poster Session: Chondritic Carbon, Organics, and Q
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Organic Material in the Matrices of Unequilibrated Ordinary Chondrites: A Coordinated STXM-TEM Study, H. G. Changela, C. Le Guillou, A. J. Brearley [Abstract 2608], Poster Location: 286

The Evolution of Organic Material in the Matrices of the CR Chondrites, H. G. Changela, C. Le Guillou, A. J. Brearley [Abstract 2393], Poster Location: 287

Poster Session: Achondrites
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

An Analysis of Anomalous Meteorite Enon: Classification and Thermal History, S. L. Garcia, R. G. Mayne, K. G. Gardner-Vandy [Abstract 1096], Poster Location: 302

Petrology of the NWA 7325 Ungrouped Achondrite — Meteorite from Mercury, the Ureilite Parent Body, or a Previously Unsampled Asteroid?, C. A. Goodrich, N. T. Kita, D. Nakashima [Abstract 1246], Poster Location: 309

Assessment of the Mesosiderite-Diogenite Connection and an Impact Model for the Genesis of Mesosiderites, T. E. Bunch, A. J. Irving, P. H. Schultz, J. H. Wittke, S. M. Kuehner, J. I. Goldstein, P. P. Sipiera [Abstract 2554], Poster Location: 313

Effects of Varying Proportions of Glass on Reflectance Spectra of HED Polymict Breccias, P. C. Buchanan, V. Reddy, E. A. Cloutis, P. Mann, L. Le Corre, L. Le [Abstract 1525], Poster Location: 314

Depth-Dependant Solar Cosmic Ray Induced Cosmogenic Production Rates, R. Trappitsch, I. Leya [Abstract 1894], Poster Location: 321

The Evidence for Solar Cosmic Ray Produced Neon in Shergottites, Acapulcoites/lodranites, and Angrites Revisited, R. Wieler, L. Huber, I. Leya, R. Trappitsch [Abstract 1331], Poster Location: 322

Poster Session: Planetary Cores: Data from Iron Meteorites
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Shock Melting in IIIE Iron Meteorites -- Implications for Parent-Body History, J. P. Breen, A. E. Rubin, J. T. Wasson [Abstract 1582], Poster Location: 326

Thermal and Impact Histories of Iron and Stony-Iron Meteorites: Constraints from Kamacite-Taenite Interface Compositions, J. I. Goldstein, E. R. D. Scott, J. Yang [Abstract 1138], Poster Location: 327

Siderophile Element Abundances in Karavannoe: Implications for the Origin of the Eagle Station Pallasites, M. Humayun, S. N. Teplyakova, C. A. Lorenz, M. A. Ivanova, A. V. Korochantsev [Abstract 2293], Poster Location: 329

Poster Session: The Chelyabinsk Meteorite: Studies of a Truly Near-Earth Object
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Mineralogy, Reflectance Spectra, and Physical Properties of the Chelyabinsk LL5 Chondrite — Insight into Shock Induced Changes in Asteroid Regoliths, T. Kohout, M. Gritsevich, V. I. Grokhovsky, G. A. Yakovlev, J. Haloda, P. Halodova, R. M. Michallik, A. Pentillä, K. Muinonen [Abstract 1986], Poster Location: 338

Poster Session: NEOs, Meteors, and Hazard Mitigation: When the Solar System Wants to Crash at Your Place
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Fireball and Meteor Event 20130824190218UTC’Pilis’, P. G. Vizi, Sz. Bérczi, A. Gucsik, T. Hegedűs, B. Lukács, Zs. Biró, K. Molnár, I. Tepliczky [Abstract 2838], Poster Location: 347

Fireballs in the Sky: Improving the Accuracy of Crowd Sourced Fireball Observation Through the Application of Smartphone Technology, J. P. Paxman, P. A. Bland [Abstract 1731], Poster Location: 349

LINNAEUS: Boosting Near-Earth Asteroid Characterization Rates, M. Elvis, L. Allen, E. Christensen, F. DeMeo, I. Evans, J. Evans, N. Konidaris, J. Najita, T. Spahr [Abstract 1047], Poster Location: 356

Thermal Inertia Estimates of Four Near-Earth Asteroids from Spitzer Space Telescope Spectral Observations, R. G. Ness, J. P. Emery [Abstract 1430], Poster Location: 357

Poster Session: Comets: Perihelial Plumage on Parade
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

The Comet ISON, A. Q. Vodniza, K. P. Reyes, M. R. Pereira, J. P. Lopez [Abstract 1070], Poster Location: 377

The Volatile Composition and Taxonomy of Comets C 2009/P1 (GARRADD) and 103P/HARTLEY 2 from Ground-Based Radio Observations, A. Gicquel, S. N. Milam, M. A. Cordiner, G. Villanueva, S. B. Charnley, I. Coulson, A. Remijan, M. A. Disanti, B. P. Bonev, Y-J. Kuan, Y-L. Chuang [Abstract 1957], Poster Location: 379

Poster Session: Small Body Observations: Reflections, Inspections, and Computations
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Thermal Emission Photometry of Three Near-Earth Asteroids in L’ and M’, L. F. Lim, N. A. Moskovitz, C. A. Thomas, E. S. Howell, J. P. Emery, L. Benner [Abstract 1695], Poster Location: 382

An Optical Color Survey of Hilda Group Asteroids: Testing Giant Planet Migration Models, E. L. Ryan, K. S. Noll, C. E. Woodward [Abstract 2812], Poster Location: 384

Study of the Asteroid 1998 QE2, A. Q. Vodniza, M. R. Pereira [Abstract 1042], Poster Location: 386

Asteroid (354) Eleonora: Plucking an Odd Duck, M. J. Gaffey, V. Reddy, S. Fieber-Beyer, E. Cloutis [Abstract 1453], Poster Location: 390

Radar Shape Model of Binary Near-Earth Asteroid (285263) 1998 QE2, A. Springmann, P. A. Taylor, E. S. Howell, M. C. Nolan, L. A. M. Benner, M. Brozović, J. D. Giorgini, J. L. Margot [Abstract 1313], Poster Location: 393

Potentially Hazardous Asteroid 2007 LE: Probable Parent Body of the Black Chondrite Rose City and Daughter of Asteroid (6) Hebe, S. K. Fieber-Beyer, M. J. Gaffey, P. S. Hardersen [Abstract 1428], Poster Location: 396

How Many Ore-Bearing Asteroids?, M. Elvis [Abstract 1048], Poster Location: 400

Poster Session: Lumping and Splitting of Small Bodies: Craters, Grooves, Regolith, and Body Dynamics
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Satellite Formation Around the Rapidly Rotating, Oblong Asteroid Kleopatra, F. E. Laipert, D. A. Minton, J. M. Longuski [Abstract 2319], Poster Location: 411

Interior Stress Within the NEO Binary System 1999 KW4, M. Hirabayashi, D. J. Scheeres [Abstract 1644], Poster Location: 414

Asteroid Surface Gravimetry, K. A. Carroll [Abstract 2352], Poster Location: 416

Poster Session: Planetary Volcanism: Io and Mars
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Paterae on Io: Compositional Constraints from Slope Stability Analysis, T. Slezak, L. P. Keszthelyi, C. Okubo, D. A. Williams [Abstract 1552], Poster Location: 418

Groundbased Observations of Io in Support of JAXA's SPRINT — A Mission, J. A. Rathbun, C. D. McGrath, J. R. Spencer [Abstract 1180], Poster Location: 424

Exploring Inflated Pahoehoe Lava Flow Morphologies and the Effects of Cooling Using a New Simulation Approach, L. S. Glaze, S. M. Baloga [Abstract 1410], Poster Location: 427

Small-Scale Post-Noachian Volcanism in the Martian Highlands? Insight from Terra Sirenum, P. Broz, E. Hauber [Abstract 1104], Poster Location: 430

Geologic Mapping of Arsia and Pavonis Montes, Mars, W. B. Garry, D. A. Williams, J. E. Bleacher [Abstract 2133], Poster Location: 439

Distinguishing Volcanic and Fluvial Activity in Mangala Valles, Mars via Geomorphic Mapping, A. L. Keske, A. S. McEwen, C. W. Hamilton, I. J. Daubar [Abstract 2440], Poster Location: 441

HiRISE Perspectives on the Flows of Hrad Vallis, Mars, P. J. Mouginis-Mark [Abstract 1139], Poster Location: 442

Evidence for Possible Mechanical Erosion by Lava at Athabasca Valles, Mars, from HiRISE and CTX Images and Topography, L. Keszthleyi, W. Jaeger, C. M. Dundas, D. A. Williams, V. Cataldo [Abstract 1683], Poster Location: 443

Athabasca Valles, Mars: How Important was Erosion by Lava?, V. Cataldo, D. A. Williams, C. Dundas, L. Keszthelyi [Abstract 1154], Poster Location: 444

Poster Session: Planetary Volcanism: Moon and Early Earth
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Erosion by Lava at Rimae Posidonius on the Moon, V. Cataldo, D. A. Williams [Abstract 1155], Poster Location: 445

Were MORB-Like Mare Basalts Generated in Absence of any Plate-Tectonics like set up in Early Archaean?, T. Ruj, N. Dasgupta, D. Ray, S. Misra [Abstract 1076], Poster Location: 447

Spectroscopic Investigations of Mare Basalts Within Imbrium Basin Using M3 Data, F. Zhang, Y. L. Zou, Y. C. Zheng, X. H. Fu, Y. C. Zhu [Abstract 1586], Poster Location: 451

Lunar Ina-Like Features: Maps and Morphometry, N. W. Chan, W. M. Vaughan, J. W. Head [Abstract 1001], Poster Location: 453

Geologic Studies of Volcanic Constructs in Eastern Mare Frigoris, T. A. Giguere, B. R. Hawke, L. R. Gaddis, J. O. Gustafson, S. J. Lawrence, J. D. Stopar, S. Mattson, M. S. Robinson, LROC Science Team [Abstract 1318], Poster Location: 454

Surface and Buried Lava Tube Detection with GRAIL Data, L. Chappaz, H. J. Melosh, K. C. Howell [Abstract 1746], Poster Location: 455

Remote Analysis of Regional Lunar Pyroclastic Deposits — Consistency and Precision of LRO Diviner Estimates, C. C. Allen, B. T. Greenhagen, D. A. Paige [Abstract 2447], Poster Location: 460

Compositions of Pyroclastic Deposits in Floor-Fractured Oppenheimer Crater, L. R. Gaddis, J. Laura, B. Horgan, K. Bennett, B. R. Hawke, T. Giguere [Abstract 2383], Poster Location: 461

Regional Geology of Lunar Spinel-Rich Units in Sinus Aestuum, L. R. Gaddis, J. Sunshine, N. Petro, J. Hagerty, J. Skinner, T. Gaither [Abstract 2254], Poster Location: 462

Poster Session: Formation of Habitable Worlds and Fate of Habitable Environments
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

An Integrative Approach to Assessing Habitability of H2 Metabolisms in Hydrothermal Springs, S. M. Som, K. E. Fristad, T. M. Hoehler [Abstract 2828], Poster Location: 476

Simulating Martian Conditions: Methanogen Survivability During Freeze-Thaw Cycles, S. Djordjevic, R. L. Mickol, T. A. Kral [Abstract 2539], Poster Location: 477

Approaching Martian Conditions: Methanogen Survival at Low Pressure, R. L. Mickol, T. A. Kral [Abstract 1602], Poster Location: 478

Mesophile Methanogen Survival Under Freeze/Thaw Cycles, R. L. Mickol, T. A. Kral, S. K. Laird [Abstract 1603], Poster Location: 479

Poster Session: Techniques and Challenges in the Search for Life Beyond Earth
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Spindle-Shaped Microstructures: Potential Models for Planktonic Life Forms on Other Worlds, D. Z. Oehler, M. M. Walsh, K. Sugitani, C. H. House [Abstract 1254], Poster Location: 493

Stable Carbon Isotope Fractionation by Methanogens, N. Sinha, T. A. Kral [Abstract 1136], Poster Location: 502

Poster Session: Planetary Mapping, Remote Sensing, and Astrogeology: Databases, Techniques, and Tools
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

The Need for Planning the Future of Planetary Cartography, B. A. Archinal, R. L. Kirk, L. R. Gaddis, T. N. Titus, K. E. Herkenhoff, L. P. Keszthelyi, S. J. Lawrence, R. Beyer, A. Nefian [Abstract 2466], Poster Location: 505

Online Planetary Data and Services at USGS Astrogeology, T. M. Hare, L. Keszthelyi, L. R. Gaddis [Abstract 2487], Poster Location: 506

POW: Update for the PDS Map Projection Web Service, T. M. Hare, S. W. Akins, R. M. Sucharski, M. S. Bailen, J. Shute, L. R. Gaddis [Abstract 2474], Poster Location: 510

Map-A-Planet 2 Mosaic Projection Web Service, S. W. Akins, T. M. Hare, R. M. Sucharski, L. Gaddis, J. Shute, T. Gaither, J. Richie [Abstract 2047], Poster Location: 511

New Layer in JMARS, J. Zhou, B. Ayhan, J. Yin, C. Kwan, S. Vance [Abstract 1885], Poster Location: 513

Modeling, Gridding and Storage of Effective Fields of View for Terascale, Point-Based Planetary Datasets: Case Study — LRO Diviner, E. Sefton-Nash, J.-P. Williams, D. A. Paige [Abstract 2737], Poster Location: 524

DEM Extraction from Stereo Webcam Videos for Small-Scale Experimental Geomorphological Modeling, M. E. Sylvest, J. C. Dixon, R. C. Leone, A. Barnes [Abstract 2309], Poster Location: 528

Using Boundary-Based Maps to Illustrate the Role of External and Internal Processes in Mercury’s Surface Formation, C. S. Clark, P. E. Clark [Abstract 1051], Poster Location: 531

Clickworkers Interactive: Progress on a JPEG2000-Streaming Annotation Interface, E. A. Coleman, S. T. Ishikawa, V. C. Gulick [Abstract 2593], Poster Location: 532

Influence of Map Projection on Directions Measured over HiRise and MOC Images, T. Statella, L. Bandeira, T. Hare [Abstract 1338], Poster Location: 533

Poster Session: Planetary Tectonics and Dynamics
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Plate Boundary Localization: What Processes Active on Earth do not Apply to Other Planetary Lithosphere?, L. G. M. Montesi [Abstract 2652], Poster Location: 534

Impact Heating of Mars: Coupled Mantle Dynamics, Core Cooling and Dynamo Activity, J. H. Roberts, J. Arkani-Hamed [Abstract 1161], Poster Location: 536

Melt Migration Through Io's Convecting Mantle, C. M. Elder, A. P. Showman [Abstract 1651], Poster Location: 537

Fault Scaling On Mars: Slip Distribution and Displacement-Length Relationship Derived from HRSC Data, E. Hauber, T. Jonas, M. Voelker, M. Knapmeyer, M. Grott, K.-D. Matz [Abstract 1981], Poster Location: 539

Horizontal Forces Within Lunar Crust: Intriguing a Questioning Mind, N. Dasgupta, T. Ruj, A. Das, S. Saran [Abstract 1343], Poster Location: 540

A Simplistic Approach in Explaining the Formation of a So-Called Strike-Slip Fault Within the Thaumasia Planum, Mars, A. Kundu, T. Ruj, N. Dasgupta [Abstract 1307], Poster Location: 541

Poster Session: Genesis
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Development of Genesis Solar Wind Sample Cleanliness Assessment: Initial Report on Sample 60341 Optical Imagery and Elemental Mapping, C. P. Gonzalez, Y. S. Goreva, D. S. Burnett, D. Woolum, A. J. Jurewicz, J. H. Allton, M. C. Rodriguez, P. J. Burkett [Abstract 2127], Poster Location: 544

Investigation of Backside Textures for Genesis Solar Wind Silicon Collectors, C. P. Gonzalez, P. J. Burkett, M. C. Rodriguez, J. H. Allton [Abstract 2727], Poster Location: 550

Depth Profiling of Genesis Diamond-on-Silicon Collectors: Direct Comparison Between Frontside and Backside Approaches, I. V. Veryovkin, A. V. Zinovev, C. E. Tripa, D. S. Burnett [Abstract 2795], Poster Location: 551

Accurate Analysis of Shallow Solar Wind Ion Implants by SIMS Backside Depth Profiling, V. S. Heber, K. D. McKeegan, S. Smith, A. J. G. Jurewicz, C. Olinger, D. S. Burnett, Y. Guan [Abstract 1203], Poster Location: 552

The Elemental Composition of Solar Wind with Implications for Fractionation Processes During Solar Wind Formation, V. S. Heber, K. D. McKeegan, P. Bochsler, J. Duprat, D. S. Burnett [Abstract 2117], Poster Location: 555

Poster Session: Instrument and Payload Concepts
Thu, p.m., Town Center Exhibit Area

Investigating the Formation, Evolution, and Habitability of the Galilean Satellites with High Performance Mass Spectrometry, D. Y. Wyrick, J. H. Waite Jr., T. Brock, M. McGrath, W. B. McKinnon, O. Mousis, B. Magee [Abstract 1615], Poster Location: 566

Data Fusion in Planetary LIBS+Raman Spectroscopy, P. Sobron, G. Lopez-Reyes, A. Sansano, J. A. Manrique, F. Rull [Abstract 2875], Poster Location: 580

Miniature Lightweight X-Ray Optics (MiXO) for Solar System Exploration, J. Hong, J. Grindlay, S. Romaine, B. Ramsey, R. P. Binzel, W. Boynton, P. Georenstein, R. Kraft, A. Kenter, M. Elvis, S. Wolk, R. Smith, L. Lim, C. Lisse, G. Branduardi-Raymont, B. Allen, J. Lee [Abstract 2203], Poster Location: 586

Near-Infrared Reflectance of Tholins in Methane Ice: Preliminary Results and Implications for Interpretation of New Horizons LEISA Data, D. Mège, S. Singh, D. Nna-Mvondo, V. Chevrier, G. Tobie, C. P. McKay [Abstract 1264], Poster Location: 602

Utilizing the Integrated Software for Imagers and Spectrometers (ISIS) to Support Future Missions, L. Keszthelyi, T. Becker, T. Titus, S. Sides, L. Gaddis, T. Hare, R. Kirk, K. Edmundson, J. Anderson [Abstract 1686], Poster Location: 603

In Situ Geochronology on the Mars 2020 Rover with KArLE (Potassium-Argon Laser Experiment), B. A. Cohen, T. D. Swindle, S. E. Roark [Abstract 1140], Poster Location: 606

Development and Evaluation of Heat Flow Probe for the Precise Measurement of Lunar and Planetary Heat Flow, Y. Horikawa, S. Tanaka, N. Sakatani, J. Takita, K. Ogawa [Abstract 2856], Poster Location: 612

3D Microwave Print Head Approach for Processing Lunar and Mars Regolith, M. Barmatz, D. Steinfeld, M. Anderson, D. Winterhalter [Abstract 1137], Poster Location: 626

ISRU Potable Water Harvester for Astronaut Missions, N. P. Orenstein [Abstract 1520], Poster Location: 627

Mission Concept Designer's Guide to the Radioisotope Power Systems Reference Book, Y. H. Lee, J. F. Zakrajsek, B. K. Bairstow [Abstract 1478], Poster Location: 629

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