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Cambridge Planetary Science. Download list of titles. The most powerful volcanoes in the Solar System are not on Earth, but on Io, a tiny moon of Jupiter
Cambridge Planetary Science. Spectroscopy and Photochemistry of Planetary Atmospheres and Ionospheres. The most powerful volcanoes in the Solar System are not on Earth, but on Io, a tiny moon of Jupiter. Whilst Earth and Io are the only bodies in the Solar System to have active, high-temperature volcanoes, those found on Io are larger, hotter, and more violent.
Graduates of planetary science will find it immensely rewarding to read cover to cover, as 'stuff they should know'
Graduates of planetary science will find it immensely rewarding to read cover to cover, as 'stuff they should know'.
Topics covered range from deep planetary interiors to atmospheres. The journal was established in 1966 and is published by Elsevier.
It publishes concise, exciting, high-impact articles ("Letters") of broad interest
It publishes concise, exciting, high-impact articles ("Letters") of broad interest. Its focus is on physical and chemical processes, the evolution and general properties of the Earth and planets - from their deep interiors to their atmospheres.
Offers a detailed discussion of the physical and chemical processes that shape planets and planetary systemsA quantitative introduction to the Solar System and planetary systems. The author Imke de Pater is a Professor in the Astronomy Department and the Department of Earth and Planetary Science at the University of California, Berkeley, and is affiliated with the Delft Institute of Earth Observation and Space Systems at Delft University of Technology, The Netherlands.
Planetary Surface Processes (Cambridge Planetary Science). It is excellently prepared and presented and likely to become a common feature on the bookshelves of planetary scientists everywhere. -The Meteoritical Society.
Comparative planetary science or comparative planetology is a branch of space science and planetary science in which different natural processes and systems are studied by their effects and phenomena on and between multiple bodies. The planetary processes in question include geology, hydrology, atmospheric physics, and interactions such as impact cratering, space weathering, and magnetospheric physics in the solar wind, and possibly biology, via astrobiology.
Natural Sciences (NST) is the framework within which most science subjects are taught at Cambridge.
Cambridge, New York, Melbourne Understanding geological process on Earth is fundamental to understanding those on most other planetary bodies
Cambridge, New York, Melbourne Understanding geological process on Earth is fundamental to understanding those on most other planetary bodies.
Since its first appearance in 1966, Earth and Planetary Science Letters .
Since its first appearance in 1966, Earth and Planetary Science Letters has built up an enviable reputation. Erosion rates determined from cosmogenic nuclides on terraces from the Allier River are consistent with rates derived from the sedimentary fill of a lake in the Allier catchment.