DPS Pasadena Meeting 2000, 23-27 October 2000
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Session 38. Europa

Oral, Chairs: W. McKinnon, W. Moore, Thursday,
2000/10/26, 8:30-10:00am, C106

38.01 Europan Heat Flow and Crustal Thickness Estimates from Fold Wavelengths and Impact Ring Graben Widths
W.B. McKinnon (Dept. EPSc and McDonnell Center for Space Sci., Washington Univ., St. Louis MO 63130, USA)
38.02 Tidal Heat in Europa: Ice Thickness and the Plausibility of Melt-Through
D. P. O'Brien, P. Geissler, R. Greenberg (Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona)
38.03 Europa Cycloids: Key to the Chronology of Tectonics and Implications for Nonsynchronous Rotation
G.V. Hoppa, B.R. Tufts, R. Greenberg, T.A. Hurford, D. O'Brien (LPL, Univ. of Arizona)
38.04 Lithospheric Dilation on Europa
B. R. Tufts, R. Greenberg, G. Hoppa, P. Geissler (Lunar and Planetary Lab)
38.05 Comparative Tectonics of Europa and Ganymede
R. T. Pappalardo (Brown Univ.), G. C. Collins (Wheaton Coll.), L. M. Prockter (APL), J. W. Head (Brown Univ.)
38.06 Secondary Cratering on Europa
E.B. Bierhaus (Univ. of Colorado, SwRI), C.R. Chapman, W.J. Merline (SwRI)
38.07 The Distribution of Hydrated Compounds on the Surface of Europa
R. W. Carlson (Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology)
38.08 Europa's Ultraviolet Photometric Properties Derived from the Hapke Model
A. R. Hendrix (LASP/CU), D. L. Domingue (APL/JHU)
38.09 Europa's crustal biosphere: Implications for exploration and contamination
R. Greenberg, B. R. Tufts, G. V. Hoppa, P. E. Geissler (Lunar and Planetary Lab, U. Arizona)

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