2 edition of Workshop on Antarctic meteorite stranding surfaces found in the catalog.
Workshop on Antarctic meteorite stranding surfaces
|Statement||edited by W.A. Cassity and I.M. Whillans ; sponsored by Division of Polar Programs, National Science Foundation, Lunar and Planetary Institute.|
|Series||LPI technical report -- number 90-03., NASA CR -- 186575., LPI technical report -- 90-03., NASA contractor report -- NASA CR-186575.|
|Contributions||Cassidy, W. A., Whillans, I. M., Lunar and Planetary Institute., United States. National Aeronautics and Space Administration., National Science Foundation (U.S.). Division of Polar Programs., Workshop on Antarctic Meteorite Stranding Surfaces (1988 : University of Pittsburgh)|
|The Physical Object|
Get this from a library! Meteorites, ice, and Antarctica. [W A Cassidy] -- "Bill Cassidy led meteorite recovery expeditions in the Antarctic for 15 years. His searches resulted in the collection of thousands of meteorite specimens from the ice. This fascinating story is a. Schultz, and H.W. Weber. Cosmic ray effects in the antarctic meteorite Allan Hills A Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 73, Schultz, L. Terrestrial ages and weathering of Antarctic mete-orites. In W.A. Cassidy and I.M. Whillans (Eds.), Workshop on Antarctic Meteorite Stranding Surfaces (LPI Technical Report
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Workshop on Antarctic Meteorite Stranding Surfaces. A Lunar and Planetary Institute Workshop held, at the University of Pittsburgh.
Sponsored by Division of Polar Programs, National Science Foundation, and LPI. The Workshop on Antarctic Meteorite Stranding Surfaces was convened to explore this potential and to devise a course of action that could be recommended to granting agencies.
The workshop recognized three prime functions of meteorite stranding : I. Whillans and W. Cassidy. distinct falls, more than all non-Antarctic meteorite falls Workshop on Antarctic meteorite stranding surfaces book finds combined.
Four previous workshops have discussed the connection between Antarc-tic glaciology and Antarctic meteorites, their stranding surfaces, and differ-ences between Antarctic and non-Antarctic meteorites.
Antarctica contains some of the most productive regions on Earth for collecting meteorites. These small areas of glacial ice are known as meteorite stranding zones, where upward-flowing ice combines with high ablation rates to concentrate large numbers of englacially transported meteorites onto their by: 7.
They are common weathering minerals found on rocks (including meteorites) on Antarctic ice sheet [1,2,3,4]. The water necessary for the reaction is produced by melting of ice below the dark-colored meteorites which can heat up to a few degrees above 0 °C due to insolation heating during wind-free summer days [5,6].Author: Anna Losiak, Arkadiusz Derkowski, Aleksander Skala, Jerzy Trzcinski.
In Cassidy, W.A. & Whillans, I.M., eds. Workshop on Antarctic meteorite stranding surfaces: A Lunar and Planetary Institute Workshop held 13–15,at the University of Pittsburgh. LPI Technical Report 90–Cited by: Antarctic Meteorites LAPa Lunar basalt collected from La Paz icefield.
The US funded collection and curation of Antarctic meteorites, or the US Antarctic Meteorite program, is a cooperative effort among NASA, the National Science Foundation (NSF) and ANSMET, and the Smithsonian Institution (SI).
The NSF has decades of experience exploring this harsh environment. In International Work- shop on Antarctic Meteorites (eds. ANNEXSTAD et al.); LPI Tech. Rept. pp. Cassidy and R. Harvey Gow, A. () In situ meteorites: Evidence for the imminent emergence of buried meteorites at the surface of the Antarctic by: Workshop on Antarctica meteorite stranding surfaces.
LPI technical report LPI technical report Houston, TX: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 26 – Cited by: 4. About this book. Bill Cassidy was the founder of the U.S. Antarctic Search for Meteorites project (ANSMET), and led meteorite recovery expeditions in Antarctica from His searches have resulted in the collection of thousands of meteorite specimens from the ice.
The illustrations on the cover, shown at the left, are: an aerial view of Meteor Crater in Arizona, a polished section of the Thiel Mountains, Antarctica pallasite (left), and a view of one of the Cronstad, South Africa stones from the meteorite shower of (right).
First published in in England. Book Description. Bill Cassidy led meteorite recovery expeditions in the Antarctic for fifteen years. His searches have resulted in the collection of thousands of meteorite specimens from the ice.
This fascinating story is a first hand account of his field experiences on the US Antarctic Search for Meteorites Project, /5(7).
models of Antarctic meteorite stranding surfaces and how meteorite investigations can help to learn about the Antarctic ice. This book is a very valuable introduction to meteoritics for all persons generally interested in these rocks but does, naturally, focus on Antarctic meteorites.
The book contains. Antarctic meteorite, any of a large group of meteorites that have been collected in Antarctica, first by Japanese expeditions and subsequently by U.S. and European teams since the discovery of meteorite concentrations there in Although meteorites fall more or less uniformly over Earth ’s surface.
Meteorites Found on the Blue Ice. SinceANSMET has recovered more t specimens from meteorite stranding surfaces along the Transantarctic mountains. The total number of Antarctic meteorites is closer to 25, when you include Japanese collections (beginning in ) and European collections.
Antarctic Meteorite Sample Collection and Curation Pairing. Pairing of Antarctic meteorites is an enormous challenge due to the large number of samples that are recovered each year, and the fact that ANSMET returns to dense collection areas over as many as 10 seasons in some cases.
We make our best effort to maintain updated and accurate pairing, but sometimes this process is slow. Often, the ice flows directly to the sea. But some Antarctic ice gets hung up on the Transantarctic Mountain Chain, crashing against the rock like a slow-motion wave.
The upward motion of the ice brings buried meteorites to the surface, where wind and sun expose them by brushing away the top layer of snow and ice. The Workshop on Antarctic Meteorite Stranding Surfaces was convened to explore this potential and to devise a course of action that could be recommended to granting agencies.
The workshop recognized three prime functions of meteorite stranding surfaces. Meteorites as surface exposure time markers on the blue ice fields of Antarctica: Episodic ice flow in Victoria land over the lastyears 73, Schultz, L.
(). Terrestrial ages and weathering of Antarctic meteorites. In: Workshop on Antarctic Meteorite Stranding Surfaces. LPI Technical Reportpp. Lunar and Cited by: 8.Workshop on Meteorites From Cold and Hot Deserts - Free download as PDF File .pdf), Text File .txt) or read online for free.Workshop on Antarctic meteorite stranding surfaces held at University of Pittsburgh, July/ Published: () NOVA.