PLANETARY CRATER CONSORTIUM
The Planetary Crater Consortium (PCC) formed in 2010 from the merger of the Mars Crater Consortium (MCC), Lunar Crater Consortium (LCC), and Outer Solar System Crater Consortium (OSSCC). The PCC is open to planetary scientists interested in any aspect of impact cratering on solar system bodies (planets, dwarf planets, moons, asteroids, and/or comets), including observational, theoretical, experimental, and numerical modeling studies.
Left to right: Le Qiao (Brown and Chinese University of Geosciences Wuhan), James Cassanelli (Brown), Ashley Horan (Brown), Katherine Pisani (Brown), Ariel Deutsch (Brown),
Brandon Johnson (Brown), Ross Potter (Brown), David Baker (NASA GSFC), Stuart Robbins (SWRI), Michaelle Kirchoff (SWRI), Jennifer Piatek (Central CT State), Jamie Riggs (Northwestern),
Livio Tornabene (Western), Wes Watters (Wellesley), Jim Head (Brown), Misha Kreslavsky (UCSC), David Weiss (Brown), Adeene Denton (Brown), Abraham Ruiz (Puerto Rico), Dijun Guo (Brown and Chinese Academy of Sciences)
UPCOMING PLANETARY CRATER CONSORTIUM MEETING:
8th Planetary Crater Consortium meeting, August 9-11, 2017, US Geological Survey, Flagstaff, AZ
Agenda and Abstracts for the 8th Planetary Crater Consortium meeting are now available.