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Geology and Habitability of Terrestrial Planets

📘 زمین‌شناسی و سیاره‌هاى‌ قابل‌ سکونت
✍️ کاترین ای. فیشبو، فیلیپه لوونونه، دیوید جی دس ماریس، اولگ کورابلف

📘 Geology and Habitability of Terrestrial Planets
✍️ Kathryn E. Fishbaugh , Philippe Lognonné ,
François Raulin , David J. Des Marais , Oleg Korablev

📖 About this book

Given the fundamental importance of and universal interest in whether extraterrestrial life has developed or could eventually develop in our solar system and beyond, it is vital that an examination of planetary habitability goes beyond simple assumptions such as, “Where there is water, there is life.” This book has resulted from a workshop at the International Space Science Institute (ISSI) in Bern, Switzerland (5-9 September 2005) that brought together planetary geologists, geophysicists, atmospheric scientists, and biologists to discuss the multi-faceted problem of how the habitability of a planet co-evolves with the geology of the surface and interior, the atmosphere, and the magnetosphere.

Each of the six chapters has been written by authors with a range of expertise so that each chapter is itself multi-disciplinary, comprehensive, and accessible to scientists in all disciplines. These chapters delve into what life needs to exist and ultimately to thrive, the early environments of the young terrestrial planets, the role of volatiles in habitability, currently habitable (but possibly not inhabited) geologic environments, the connection between a planet’s inner workings and the habitability of its surface, and the effects on planetary atmospheres of solar evolution and the presence or absence of a magnetosphere.

This book serves as a useful reference for those who plan missions that will hunt for biomarkers (especially on Mars), for biologists and geoscientists who seek a broader view of the story, and for researchers and upper level students interested in an in-depth review of the geologic evolution of terrestrial planets, from their cores to their magnetospheres, and how that evolution shapes the habitability of the planetary surface.

همچنین ببینید 👈:  Paleontology and Geology of Laetoli, Volume 1: Geology, Geochronology, Paleoecology and Paleoenvironment- دیرینه‌شناسی و زمین‌شناسی لائتولی، جلد 1: زمين شناسی و ژئو كرونولوژی و پالئواكولوژی و محيط ديرينه

French Principal Investigator SEIS experiment on NASA InSight Mission, Philippe Lognonne, poses during a photo session on April 27, 2018 at the Institut de Physique du Globe (Institute of Earth Physics) at the University Paris Diderot in Paris. / AFP PHOTO / STEPHANE DE SAKUTIN

👤Philippe Lognonné
Planetary and Space Sciences
01 57 27 53 05
lognonne@ipgp.fr
Université Paris Diderot – Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris – 35 rue Hélène Brion – Case 7071, Lamarck A – 75205 Paris Cedex 13,
France

Professor in Geophysics and Planetary Science, University of Paris Diderot

Research Interests:

Planetary seismology (Mars and Moon interior structure, impact processes, Apollo data re-processing)

Ionospheric seismology on Earth and in Planets with atmosphere, Tsunami remote sensing and warning

Theoretical Normal modes seismology and solid/ocean/atmosphere interaction

Planetary instrumentation


📖 Table of contents (11 chapters)

Introduction: A Multidisciplinary Approach to Habitability

Fishbaugh, Kathryn E. (et al.)

Pages 1-5

The Geology and Habitability of Terrestrial Planets: Fundamental Requirements for Life

Southam, G. (et al.)

Pages 7-34

Emergence of a Habitable Planet

Zahnle, Kevin (et al.)

Pages 35-78

Creating Habitable Zones, at all Scales, from Planets to Mud Micro-Habitats, on Earth and on Mars

Nisbet, Euan (et al.)

Pages 79-121

Conversations on the Habitability of Worlds: The Importance of Volatiles

Bertaux, J. -L. (et al.)

Pages 123-165

Water, Life, and Planetary Geodynamical Evolution

Thienen, P. (et al.)

Pages 167-203

Introduction to Chapter 6: Planetary/Sun Interactions

Lammer, Helmut (et al.)

Pages 205-206

A Comparative Study of the Influence of the Active Young Sun on the Early Atmospheres of Earth, Venus, and Mars

Kulikov, Yuri N. (et al.)

Pages 207-243

Planetary Magnetic Fields and Solar Forcing: Implications for Atmospheric Evolution

Lundin, Rickard (et al.)

Pages 245-278

Planetary Magnetic Dynamo Effect on Atmospheric Protection of Early Earth and Mars

همچنین ببینید 👈:  Geological hazards: their assessment, avoidance, and mitigation -مخاطرات زمین‌شناسی: برآورد، جلوگيرى و کاهش آن - پروفسور فردریک گلادستون بِل

Dehant, V. (et al.)

Pages 279-300

Epilogue: The Origins of Life in the Solar System and Future Exploration

Lognonne, Philippe (et al.)


👤David Des Marais received a Ph.D. in Geochemistry from Indiana University in 1974. His long-term research interests have been the biogeochemical carbon cycle and the early evolution of Earth and its biosphere. His areas of specialization have included the stable isotope geochemistry of carbon in lunar samples, meteorites and oceanic basalts, the biogeochemistry of microbial communities in hypersaline
environments, and the biogeochemistry of ancient (Precambrian) carbonates and organic matter. He serves on the editorial boards of the two journals Astrobiology and Geobiology. He is the principal investigator of the Ames Research Center team of the NASA Astrobiology Institute. Des Marais is an interdisciplinary scientist for astrobiology on both the Mars Exploration Rover 2003 science operations working
group and the Mars 2005 CRISM infrared spectrometer.

https://www.nasa.gov/centers/ames/news/releases/2004/desmarais/desmarais.html


👤 Kathryn Fishbaugh Russell

Dr. Fishbaugh Russell received her M.S. and Ph.D. in the Geological Sciences from Brown University. Her post-doctoral work included research at the International Space Science Institute in Switzerland and the Niels Bohr Institute at the University of Copenhagen. She is currently at the Smithsonian. Dr. Fishbaugh Russell is a recognized expert on features and processes on the polar ice caps on Mars. She has organized several international workshops on the geology of the planets, and her work has resulted in numerous scientific papers in
leading journals.

 

 

 

 


Oleg Korablev


💠 English | 2007 | ISBN: 1441925538 | PDF | 307 Pages | 6.92 MB

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