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TRR 170-DB (Freie Universität Berlin - Institute of Geological Sciences / Geochemistry-TRR 170)
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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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Mar 25, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Liu, Tiantian; Michael, Gregory; Zhu, Menghua; Wünnemann, Kai, 2021, "Replication Data for: Predicted Sources of Samples Returned from Chang’e-5 Landing Region", https://doi.org/10.35003/IOFFGV, TRR 170-DB, V1, UNF:6:YQPdKeV3MQymDMneqCKSCw== [fileUNF]
• A numerical model is applied to trace the evolving distribution of components over the Chang’e-5 landing region. • The local mare component should account for ~60% in the samples. • The samples could contain abundant Imbrium melt.
Mar 19, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Riedel, Christian; Minton, David A.; Michael, Gregory; Orgel, Csilla; van der Bogert, Carolin H.; Hiesinger, Harald, 2021, "Replication Data for: Degradation of Small Simple and Large Complex Lunar Craters: Not a Simple Scale Dependence", https://doi.org/10.35003/C1K4CZ, TRR 170-DB, V1
• We model the surface evolution for a pre-Nectarian lunar surface unit• Relative to their size, large craters are less destructive to the surrounding terrain than small simple craters• A simple scale dependence from small to large craters does not explain the per-crater contribu...
Mar 15, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Mari, N.; Riches, A.J.V.; Hallis, L.J.; Marrocchi, Y.; Villeneuve, J.; Gleissner, P.; Becker, H.; Lee, M.R., 2021, "Replication Data for: Syneruptive incorporation of martian surface sulphur in the nakhlite lava flows revealed by S and Os isotopes and highly siderophile elements: implication for mantle sources in Mars.", https://doi.org/10.35003/O8GECT, TRR 170-DB, V1, UNF:6:Dmn5rtyum+xjkzfIq07ebg== [fileUNF]
The data set contains petrographic (BSE and X-ray maps), chemical (highly siderophile elements), and stable isotope (in situ ∆33S and δ34S for sulpide grains) data for five Martian meteorite samples (nakhlites). Samples were obtained from the Natural History Museum of London and...
Mar 15, 2021
Kneissl, T.; Michael, G.G.; Schmedemann, N., 2021, "Replication Data for: Treatment of non-sparse cratering in planetary surface dating.", https://doi.org/10.35003/J5PLYW, TRR 170-DB, V1
• We present a new technique for the treatment of non-sparsely cratered surfaces. • Technique accounts for loss of small craters due to subsequent crater coverage. • Correction extends the crater diameter range usable for age extractions. • CSFDs on lunar highlands seem consisten...
Mar 3, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Wahl, Daniel; Wieczorek, M. A.; Wünnemann, Kai; Oberst, Jürgen, 2021, "Replication Data for: Crustal Porosity of Lunar Impact Basins", https://doi.org/10.35003/NXHBEE, TRR 170-DB, V1
• The bulk density and porosity of the upper highland crust are revisited using a high-resolution GRAIL gravity field model (Park et al., 2015) in combination with LOLA topography (Smith et al., 2017) and independently estimated grain densities • Using the estimated bulk densitie...
Feb 18, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Wahl, Daniel; Oberst, Jürgen, 2021, "Replication Data for: Lateral variation in bulk density and porosity of the upper Lunar crust from high-resolution gravity and topography data: comparison of different analysis techniques.", https://doi.org/10.35003/EJQ3E8, TRR 170-DB, V1
We map lateral variations in bulk density of the upper lunar highland crust using the most recent GRAIL gravity field solution of degree and order 1500 in combination with LOLA topography data, both truncated to an upper limit of degree and order 700. Our maps have a spatial reso...
Feb 16, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Lui, Tiantian; Michael, Greg; Engelmann, Juliane; Wünnemann, Kai; Oberst, Jürgen, 2021, "Replication Data for: Regolith mixing by impacts: Lateral diffusion of basin melt.", https://doi.org/10.35003/SE84PG, TRR 170-DB, V1
• Cumulative impact gardening on presence of melt laterally and with depth is modeled by means of a Monte Carlo approach. • The quantitative abundance of the melt from three mid- to late-forming basin is estimated. • Burying and transportation play more important roles than re-me...
Feb 12, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Orgel, Csilla; Michael, Gregory; Fassett, Caleb I.; van der Bogert, Carolyn H.; Riedel, Christian; Kneissl, Thomas; Hiesinger, Harald, 2021, "Replication Data for: Ancient Bombardment of the Inner Solar System: Reinvestigation of the "Fingerprints" of Different Impactor Populations on the Lunar Surface", https://doi.org/10.35003/8L4TZC, TRR 170-DB, V1
Craterstats (.scc, .plt and .txt) files, GIS-ready .shp files based on Head et al. (2010) and Fassett et al. (2012)" Note: We reloaded all the CSFD measurements (GIS-ready files) into new shapefiles and recalculated the area and crater sizes in an updated CraterTools extension.
Jan 29, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Orgel, Csilla; Fassett, Caleb I.; Michael, Gregory; Riedel, Christian; van der Bogert, Carolyn H.; Hiesinger, Harald, 2021, "Replication Data for: Re‐examination of the Population, Stratigraphy, and Sequence of Mercurian Basins: Implications for Mercury's Early Impact History and Comparison With the Moon", https://doi.org/10.35003/RMME51, TRR 170-DB, V1
This data set contains the derived data products for the published manuscript Orgel et al. (2020) "Re-examination of the population, stratigraphy, and sequence of mercurian basins: Implications for Mercury´s early impact history and comparison with the Moon" at Journal of Geophys...
Jan 26, 2021 - TRR 170 Archive
Archer, Gregory J.; Brennecka, Gregory A.; Stracke, Andreas; Becker, Harry; Kleine, Thorsten, 2021, "Replication Data for: Lack of late-accreted material as the origin of 182W excesses in the Archean mantle: Evidence from the Pilbara Craton, Western Australia", https://doi.org/10.35003/F0ITDI, TRR 170-DB, V1, UNF:6:YNqwkC/OqbZs4tPB6E694A== [fileUNF]
• 182W and HSE indicate partial lack late-accreted material in Pilbara source. • Only of normal amount of late-accreted material present at 3.3 Ga. • Similar 182W characteristics of other mantle sources indicates common process. • 182W–HSE mismatch for other sources caused by dis...
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