Session outline
Space and Planetary Sciences(P)
Session Sub Category Planetary Sciences(PS)
Session ID P-PS12
Title Formation and evolution of planetary materials in the solar system
Short title Planetary material in the solar system
Convener Name Masaaki Miyahara
Affiliation Department of Earth and Planetary Systems Science, Graduate School of Science, Hiroshima University
Co-convener 1. Name Akira Yamaguchi
Affiliation National Institute of Polar Research
Co-convener 2. Name Tomohiro Usui
Affiliation Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences,Tokyo Institute of Technology
Co-convener 3. Name Yoko Kebukawa
Affiliation Faculty of Engineering, Yokohama National University
Co-convener 4. Name Wataru Fujiya
Affiliation Ibaraki University, College of Science
Co-convener 5. Name Yusuke Seto
Affiliation Graduate School of Science, Kobe University
Co-convener 6. Name Shoichi Itoh
Affiliation Graduate school of Science, Kyoto University
International Symposium No request
Language Japanese
Scope This session will focus on understanding the evolution in the solar system with interaction and co-evolution in minerals, water, organic matter and noble gas in chondritic meteorites and interplanetary dust. New innovative analytical and theoretical techniques in various fields will be discussed. The developing methods are welcome to submit for the future mainstream of meteorite study.
In order to explore the planetary materials and their evolution, both meteorites and experimental studies are necessary. In this session, we will discuss these topics from meteorites and experimental works. The research works on differentiated meteorites and parent body processes for chondrites such as shock metamorphism, thermal metamorphism, alteration and volcanic activity are especially included in this session.
Presentation materials in English are highly recommended for all participants in this session.
Type of presentation Oral and Poster presentation
Invited papers Azuma Shintaro(The Earth-Life Science Institute, Tokyo Institute of Technology), Iizuka Tsuyoshi(Graduate School of Science, the University of Tokyo)