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Data products: laboratory and other instrumental data on planetary samples, remote sensing data, geological maps and model simulations. Currently, we are in the process of publishing data that have been produced during the 1st funding period of the TRR 170. If you look for specific data that are not yet published, please contact Elfrun Lehmann (elfrun.lehmann@fu-berlin.de)
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Aug 3, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Riedel, Christian; Michael, Gregory; Kneissl, Thomas; Orgel, Csilla; Hiesinger, Harald; van der Bogert, Carolyn H., 2021, "Replication Data for: A New Tool to Account for Crater Obliteration Effects in Crater Size-Frequency Distribution Measurements", https://doi.org/10.35003/8HQ9QC, TRR170-DB, V1
• Our new application applies crater measurement techniques to shapefile geometries • The tool uses open software libraries and supports multicore and 64 bit data processing • Workarounds for geodesic measurements and polygon modifications were implemented
Jul 8, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Patzek, Markus; Bischoff, Addi; Visser, Robbin; John, Timm, 2021, "Replication Data for: Mineralogy of volatile-rich clasts in brecciated meteorites", https://doi.org/10.35003/T9YAQE, TRR170-DB, V1, UNF:6:iSI3JVKN/gRWqTxBYCqIcw== [fileUNF]
Meteoritic breccias are valuable samples as they can contain rare materials from the early solar system as clasts. Volatile-rich, CI- and CM-like clasts may represent parent body lithologies, which cannot be found as individual meteorites in today's meteorite collections. In orde...
Jul 6, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Patzek, Markus; Hoppe, Peter; Bischoff, Addi; Visser, Robbin; John, Timm, 2021, "Replication Data for: Hydrogen isotopic composition of CI- and CM-like clasts from meteorite breccias – Sampling unknown sources of carbonaceous chondrite materials", https://doi.org/10.35003/FY0B6E, TRR170-DB, V1, UNF:6:LKGhDH0YxaUGTd2vil92XA== [fileUNF]
Volatile-rich, CI- and CM-like clasts occur in different brecciated achondrite and chondrite groups. The CI-like clasts in HEDs, polymict ureilites, as well as ordinary, CR, and CB chondrites have a similar mineralogy, indicating a similar alteration history. However, when viewed...
Jul 6, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Lompa, T.; Wünnemann, K.; Wahl, D.; Padovan, S.; Miljkovic, K., 2021, "Replication Data for: Numerical investigation of lunar basin formation constrained by gravity signature", https://doi.org/10.35003/MCI3M3, TRR170-DB, V2, UNF:6:pmisgnv8r2REZyM7wsq7PQ== [fileUNF]
• We provide relationships between impactor size, gravity signal and farside basin size as a function of cooling history and formation time; • Gravity anomalies serve as a measure of basin size as impacts altered morphology and crustal thickness models simplify subsurface structu...
Jul 2, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Schmidt, Julia M.; Noack, Lena, 2021, "Replication Data for: Parameterizing a Model of Clinopyroxene/Melt Partition Coefficients for Sodium to Higher Upper Mantle Pressures", https://doi.org/10.35003/QVOL83, TRR170-DB, V1
This dataset encompasses two codes to replicate data published in Schmidt and Noack (under review): The code D_Na.m calculates clinopyroxene/melt partition coefficients for sodium thermodynamically. The code Param_variousF.ipynb uses a least square approximation to fit the calcul...
Jun 29, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Hopp, Timo; Kleine, Thorsten, 2021, "Replication Data for: Ruthenium isotopic fractionation in primitive achondrites: Clues to the early stages of planetesimal melting", https://doi.org/10.35003/RGKRHU, TRR170-DB, V1, UNF:6:d0h1IXou+n1rKTKuJeZh9Q== [fileUNF]
Primitive achondrites derive from the residual mantle of incompletely differentiated planetesimals, from which partial silicate and metallic melts were extracted. As such, primitive achondrites are uniquely useful to examine the early stages of planetesimal melting and differenti...
Jun 29, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Hopp, Timo; Fischer-Gödde, Mario; Kleine, Thorsten, 2021, "Replication Data for: Ruthenium isotope fractionation in protoplanetary cores", https://doi.org/10.35003/Y8DWPL, TRR170-DB, V2, UNF:6:9OF6KcQlHO/6uI2OkoqA2Q== [fileUNF]
Mass-dependent Ru isotope variations (δ102/99Ru) and Ru concentrations were determined for 35 magmatic iron meteorites from the five major chemical groups (IIAB, IID, IIIAB, IVA, IVB). In addition, four equilibrated ordinary chondrites were analyzed. The IIAB, IIIAB and IVB iron...
Jun 29, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Hopp, Timo; Kleine, Thorsten, 2021, "Replication Data for: Nature of late accretion to Earth inferred from mass-dependent Ru isotopic compositions of chondrites and mantle peridotite", https://doi.org/10.35003/SFGJNP, TRR170-DB, V2, UNF:6:KczE2P/AuvOCKrIGeu1e7w== [fileUNF]
• Uniform mass-dependent Ru isotopic compositions of chondrites. • Chondritic mass-dependent Ru isotopic composition of Earth's mantle. • No fractionated metal component in late accretionary assemblage of Earth. • Bulk addition of impactor cores to Earth's mantle during late accr...
Jun 29, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Hopp, Timo; Budde, Gerrit; Kleine, Thorsten, 2021, "Replication Data for: Heterogeneous accretion of Earth inferred from Mo-Ru isotope systematics", https://doi.org/10.35003/5N1IU8, TRR170-DB, V1, UNF:6:i8NfJYNDRvdS+89Zt9hTTQ== [fileUNF]
• The Mo-Ru correlation only exists for non-carbonaceous meteorites. • Earth's mantle falls off the Mo-Ru correlation. • The Mo-Ru isotope systematics are consistent with heterogeneous accretion of Earth.
Apr 30, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Riedel, Christian; Michael, Gregory. G; Orgel, Csilla; Baum, Carsten; van der Bogert, Carolyn; Hiesinger, Harry, 2021, "Replication Data for: Studying the Global Spatial Randomness of Impact Craters on Mercury, Venus, and the Moon With Geodesic Neighborhood Relationship", https://doi.org/10.35003/J0CULJ, TRR 170-DB, V1
• We improve approaches to quantify the spatial randomness of impact craters by applying geodesic methods • We apply these methods to analyze the global spatial randomness of impact crater populations on Mercury, Venus, and the Moon • We use the results to investigate known crate...
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