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Collection of publications and replication datasets of the Collaborative Research Center TRR 170 (https://www.trr170-lateaccretion.de).
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Dec 7, 2021 - Philipp Gleißner Archive
Gleißner, Philipp, 2020, "The Earth-Moon late-accretion conundrum", https://doi.org/10.35003/IDUP4R, TRR170-DB, V2
Nature Geoscience, News & Views, Published: 19 August 2019 // The Earth–Moon late-accretion conundrum: The distribution of iron-loving elements between the mantles of the Moon and Earth may differ from established belief, suggest two studies that determine the hafnium–tungsten ra...
Nov 24, 2021
Schmidt, Julia M.; Noack, Lena, 2021, "Replication Data for: Parameterising a Model of Clinopyroxene/Melt Partition Coefficients for Sodium to Higher Upper Mantle", https://doi.org/10.35003/QVOL83, TRR170-DB, V3
This dataset encompasses two codes to replicate data published in Schmidt and Noack (2021): 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 calculated par...
Nov 24, 2021 - TRR170-DB
Schmidt, Julia M.; Noack, Lena, 2021, "Replication Data for: Clinopyroxene/Melt Partitioning: Models for Higher Upper Mantle Pressures Applied to Sodium and Potassium", https://doi.org/10.35003/GIAZCQ, TRR170-DB, V1
This dataset encompasses five codes to replicate data published in Schmidt and Noack 2021 (accepted): 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 calc...
Oct 25, 2021
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, TRR170-DB, V2
• 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...
Oct 14, 2021 - TRR170-DB
Liu, Tiantian; Wünnemann, Kai; Michael, Greg, 2021, "Replication Data for: 3D-simulation of Lunar Megaregolith Evolution: Quantitative Constraints on Spatial Variation and Size of Fragment", https://doi.org/10.35003/EBULMM, TRR170-DB, V1, UNF:6:LMIih/c7IVymwkMmGsUYoQ== [fileUNF]
• A 3D numerical model was built to quantitatively constrain the distribution of lunar megaregolith and its fragment size. • Megaregolith has a distinct spatial variation and the size of fragments in the top 2 km is generally four orders of magnitude smaller than that deeper than...
Oct 1, 2021
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, V3, UNF:6:EIE83TDjTOg41rAAvnvlGA== [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...
Aug 10, 2021
Flemetakis, Stamatis; Klemme, Stephan; Stracke, Andreas; Genske, Felix; Berndt, Jasper; Rohrbach, Arno, 2021, "Replication Data for: Constraining the presence of amphibole and mica in metasomatized mantle sources through halogen partitioning experiments.", https://doi.org/10.35003/XKKP5T, TRR170-DB, V1, UNF:6:+zrmR1FRo1Zxanj96C8/Qg== [fileUNF]
• Fluorine and Cl partition coefficient for amphibole and mica • Melting model of metasomatized mantle sources • Halogen geochemical ratios of metasomatized mantle sources • Identification of hydrous phases in mantle sources
Aug 6, 2021
Flemetakis, Stamatis; Berndt, Jasper; Klemme, Stephan; Genske, Felix; Cadoux, Anita; Louvel, Marion; Rohrbach, Arno, 2021, "Replication Data for: An Improved Electron Microprobe Method for the Analysis of Halogens in Natural Silicate Glasses", https://doi.org/10.35003/ILUU2B, TRR170-DB, V1, UNF:6:C6uJExp1oo5G0S7Hj+iTGA== [fileUNF]
We present a new analytical method, which allows the simultaneous analysis of fluorine (F), chlorine (Cl), bromine (Br), and iodine (I) in geological samples. To account for interferences of Fe on the spectral lines of F, of Al on Br-lines, and of Ca on I-lines, we prepared four...
Aug 5, 2021 - TRR170-DB
Wang, Zaicong; Becker, Harry, 2021, "Replication Data for: Chalcophile elements in Martian meteorites indicate low sulfur content in the Martian interior and a volatile element-depleted late veneer.", https://doi.org/10.35003/BMFSHW, TRR170-DB, V1, UNF:6:Cq00/hNUtlGKDdidKZPVRg== [fileUNF]
• Ratios of Cu, S, Se, Te, Re, Pt and Pd in Martian meteorites are relatively constant. • Martian meteorites show very limited eruptive losses of volatile Re, S, Se and Te. • The parent magmas of most Martian meteorites were sulfide-undersaturated. • Martian mantle and core have...
Aug 5, 2021 - TRR170-DB
Bellucci, Jeremy J.; Whitehouse, M.J; John, Timm; Nemchin, A.A.; Snape, J.F., 2021, "Replication Data for: Halogen and Cl isotopic systematics in Martian phosphates: Implications for the Cl cycle and surface halogen reservoirs on Mars.", https://doi.org/10.35003/ZW5GXO, TRR170-DB, V1, UNF:6:fK1yjupGfONUkhKtIfun7Q== [fileUNF]
• In situ investigation of the Cl and halogen concentrations in Martian meteorites. • Cl compositions in Martian meteorites controlled by interactions with the surface halogens and perchlorate. • Evidence for early and widespread interaction between Martian meteorites, Martian hy...
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