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  List of Accepted Contributions - PS12 Processes of impact cratering: nature - experiment - modeling

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Salminen, J.; Öhman, T.; Pesonen, L. J.
Porosity of impactites - key for understanding cratering process?

Courty, M.-A.; Cortijo, E. ; Crisci, A. ; De Wever, P.; Fedoroff, M.; Greenwood, P.; Grice, K.; Mermoux, M.; Scharer, U.; Smith, D.
Compositional evidence for multiple source areas of the 4 kyr BP distal impact-ejecta.

Ormö, J.; Lepinette, A.
Heating of target at small meteorite impact events

Morgan, J.; Smith, A.; Styles, E.; Surendra, A.; Barton, P.
Chicxulub revealed with new seismic and gravity data

Morgan, J. ; Lana, C. ; Artemieva, N.
Shocked minerals in the K-T boundary: implications for obliquity of impact

Thoma, K.; Kenkmann, T.; the MEMIN team
Experimental impact cratering: The MEMIN project

Kenkmann, T.; Thoma, K.; the MEMIN team
Hypervelocity impact into dry and wet sandstone

Barnouin-Jha, O.; Wada, K.
Possible origins for fluidized ejecta on Mars: Implications for water and climate on Mars.

Buchner, E.; Graesslin, M. ; Maurer, H. ; Ringwald, H.; Schoettle, U.; Seyfried, H.
Simulation of trajectories and maximum reach of distal impact ejecta under terrestrial conditions: consequences for the Ries crater, southern Germany

Schmieder, M.; Buchner, E.
The Faya basin (northern Chad, Africa) – a possible impact structure

Burchell, M.J.
Oblique Incidence Impacts in the Laboratory and on Planetary Scales

Wünnemann, K.; Collins, G. S.
The Effect of Porosity on Meteorite Impact Processes

Langenhorst, F.; Deutsch, A.; Bläß, U.
Geochemical characteristics of impact glass from suevite of the Bosumtwi impact crater, Ghana, W. Africa

Rybakov, V; Kabanova, L; Anfilogov, V; Eremyashev, V
The structure of irgizites of the Zhamanshin crater

Suuroja, S.; Suuroja, K.
Comparative geological analyses of the two nearby early Palaeozoic marine impact structures (Kärdla and Neugrund, Estonia) in Baltic region

Riller, U.; Doman, D.
The Sudbury Igneous Complex, Canada: evidence for large-meteorite impact during Paleoproterozoic orogenic activity

Ferrière, L.; Koeberl, C.; Reimold, W. U.; Gibson, R. L.
Mineralogical and geochemical observations on core LB-O8A from the central uplift of the Bosumtwi impact structure, Ghana.

Werner, S. C.; Ivanov, B. A.; Neukum, G.
Mars: Secondary cratering and its relevance to age dating techniques

Trepmann, C.A.; Spray, J.G.
Shock-induced crystal-plastic deformation and post-shock annealing of quartz: microstructural evidence from crystalline target rocks of the Charlevoix impact structure, Canada

Melosh, J; Deep Impact, Team
Deep Impact: The first second

Collins, G. S.; Wunnemann, K.
Impact crater formation in mixed crystalline and sedimentary targets: Insight from numerical modelling

Tsikalas, F.; Faleide, J.I.
Quantification of the significance of post-impact crater deformation through the study of Mjølnir and Chesapeake Bay craters: differential compaction, changes in geophysical signature response, and reconstruction of the original crater relief

Usui, Y; Nakamura, N; Kondo, T
High-pressure memory in magnetite found under low temperature: implication for the impacted rocks at Vredefort crater

Neukum, G. ; Werner, S. C.; Ivanov, B. A.
The Characteristics of the Impact Crater Production Size-Frequency Distributions on the Solar System Planetary Bodies, their Relationships to Asteroidal and Cometary Impacts, and the Question of Secondary-Cratering Contributions (withdrawn)

Foing, B.H.; Koschny, D. ; Frew, D. ; Almeida, M.; Volp, J.; Camino, O.; Schoenmakers, J.; Josset, J.L.; Beauvivre, S.; SMART-1 team
SMART-1 Moon impact in August 2006: predictions and observation campaign

Jones, A.P.
Signs of a large Paleocene impact, preserved around Disko Bay, West Greenland?

Werner, S. C.; Ivanov, B. A.; Neukum, G.
Mars: Secondary cratering and its relevance to age dating techniques II (withdrawn)

Luetke, S.; Deutsch, A.; Langenhorst, F.; Heinrich, V.; Kreher-Hartmann, B.
The lake Bosumtwi impact crater drilling project, Ghana: Target rocks, geochemistry, shock metamorphism

Pesonen, L. J.; Deutsch, A.; Kring, D.
Paleomagnetic results of the tilted sediments, Meteor crater, Arizona

Neukum, G.; Werner, S. C.; Ivanov, B. A.
The characteristics of the impact crater production size-frequency distributions on the solar system planetary bodies, their relationships to asteroidal and cometary impacts, and the question of secondary-cratering contributions II

Neukum, G.; van Gasselt, S.
Recent Volcanism at the Martian North Pole

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