DPS 2001 meeting, November 2001
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Session 23. Solar System Origins I

Oral, Chairs: G. Stewart, J. Chambers, Wednesday,
November 28, 2001, 3:00-4:30pm, Regency GH

23.01 Chemistry in YSO accretion disks: Theory meets Observation
J.E. Kessler, G.A. Blake (Caltech), Chunhua Qi (Harvard-Smithsonian CfA), M.R. Hogerheijde (Steward Observatory, U. of Arizona), K. Willacy (JPL)
23.02 Planetesimal clustering in protoplanetary disks
P. Tanga, P. Michel (OCA), D.C. Richardson (Maryland Univ.)
23.03 Vortices in Protoplanetary Disks and the Formation of Planetesimals
J. A. Barranco, P. S. Marcus (University of California, Berkeley)
23.04 Density Wave Interactions with a Remnant Gas Disk and the Eccentricities of the Terrestrial Planets
C. B. Agnor (University of Colorado/SwRI), W. R. Ward (Southwest Research Institute)
23.05 Oligarchic growth and the giant planets
E. W. Thommes (Astronomy Dept, UC Berkeley, Berkeley, CA), M. J. Duncan (Astronomy Dept, Queen's University, Kingston, Ontario), H. F. Levison (Southwest Research Institute, Boulder, CO)
23.06 Mixing the Cores and Envelopes of Giant Planets: Consequences for Formation Models
T Guillot (OCA/Cassini (CNRS))
23.07 What is the Earth made of?
M.J. Drake, K. Righter (University of Arizona)
23.08 Could the Lunar `Late Heavy Bombardment' Have Been Triggered by the Formation of Uranus and Neptune?
H.F. Levison, L. Dones, C.R. Chapman, S.A. Stern (SwRI), M.J. Duncan (Queen's U.), K. Zahnle (Nasa/AMES)
23.09 Planet V and the Origin of the Lunar Late Heavy Bombardment
J.E. Chambers, J.J. Lissauer (NASA Ames Research Center), A. Morbidelli (Observatoire de la Cote d'Azur)

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