PCC9 Abstracts

 9th PLANETARY CRATER CONSORTIUM ABSTRACTS

Oral Presentations:

Banks M. E., Daubar I. J., Schmerr N. C., and Golombek M. P. Young Crater Clusters on Mars (Abstract #1819)

Barlow, N. G. Type 1 Ejecta Craters on Mars: Not Restricted to Just the Double Layer Ejecta Morphology (Abstract #1810)

Barlow N. G. and Banks M. E. Constraints on the timing of Tectonic Activity on Mercury's Large-Scale Lobate-Scarp Thrust Faults (Abstract #1816)

Bottke W. F., Mazrouei S., Ghent R. R., Parker A. H., and Gernon T. M. What Really Happened to Earth's Older Craters? (Abstract #1808)

Boyce J. M. and Mouginis-Mark P. J. Late Stage Flow of Ejecta across the Boundary between Ejecta Layers of Martian Double Layered Ejecta Craters: Implications (Abstract #1804)

Boyce J. M. and Mouginis-Mark P. J. Post-emplacement Volume Loss from Martian Layered Ejecta (Abstract #1805)

Caldwell W. K., Hunter A., Plesko C. S., and Wirkus S. Verification and Validation of the FLAG Hydrocode for Impact Cratering Simulations (Abstract #1807)

Daubar I. J. et al. Impact-Seismic Investigations Planned for the InSight Mission (Abstract #1818)

Herrick R. R. The Record of NASA Funding for Studying the Geology of Planetary Impact Craters (Abstract #1815)

Hoover R. H., Robbins S. J., Putzig N. E., and Riggs J. D. Using Thermal Inertia to Understand the Formation Processes of Layered Ejecta Craters (Abstract #1820)

Klear M. R. PyCDA: An Open-Source Library for Automated Crater Detection (Abstract #1806)

Marchi S. Toward a New Crater Chronology for the Galilean Satellites (Abstract #1802)

Peel S. E. and Burr D. M. Two Vertical Gun Experiments: Central Pit Formation Models and Patterns in Layered Ejecta Deposits (Abstract #1814)

Plesko C. S., Eggleston J. R., Truitt A. R., and Weaver R. P. Multi-Purpose Impact Hazard Mitigation Mission Characteristics and Scenarios (Abstract #1809)

Robbins S. J. A Potpourri of Related Crater Cataloging: From Fitting Ellipses to New Basemaps to Crater Production Functions (Abstract #1813)

Schenk P. et al. Impact Cratering on the Small Planets Ceres and Vesta: S-C Transitions, Central Pits, and the Origin of Bright Spots (Abstract #1812)

Singer K. N. et al. The Shallow SFD Slope of Smaller (D <10 km) Impact Craters on Pluto and Charon: Implications for Impactor Populations and Terrain Ages (Abstract #1817)

Zeilnhofer M. F. and Barlow N. G. Preliminary Investigation of Polygonal Craters on Ceres (Abstract #1801)

 

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Kumaresan P. R., Saravanavel J., and Palanivel K. Compositional Diversity Mapping of Rim Hyginus and Hyginus Crater Region (Abstract #1803)

Tomlinson T. C. and Hayne P. O. Investigating Dark Impactors as a Source of Low-Albedo Material on Europa (Abstract #1811)