Session Information

2009 Joint Assembly

Study of Earth's Deep Interior


Sunday Morning 1

Time Session Location Title
0800 DI71A CC 717B Earth and Planetary Deep Interiors I (joint with GA, MA, CG, P, S, T)
Presiding: S Stanley, University of Toronto; M Heimpel, University of Alberta
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0800 DI71A-01 CC 717B Possible factors affecting magnetic field generation in Mercury
*N Gomez-Perez
INVITED    [Abstract]
0815 DI71A-02 CC 717B Dynamo models Incorporating Iron "Snow Zones" Consistent with Mercury's Weak Observed Magnetic Field
*R Vilim, S Stanley, S Hauck
0830 DI71A-03 CC 717B Modelling the effect of radially variable conductivity on dynamo action and zonal flow in the Giant planets
*M Heimpel, N Gomez Perez
0845 DI71A-04 CC 717B Digital Imaging Velocimetry is used to Analyze Particle Motion in a Rotating Fluid Sphere and Spherical Shell
*B Seyed-Mahmoud, D Hambrook
0900 DI71A-05 CC 717B Updated Scaling Laws for Mantle Convection from 3D Spherical Simulations
*C Huettig
0915 DI71A-06 CC 717B Implementing Heat Sinks in a Vigorously Convecting Plane Layer to Simulate Spherical Shell Geometry Temperatures
*K O'Farrell, J P Lowman
0930 DI71A-07 CC 717B Fe-Si alloys in the lowermost mantle and the outer core
*R Caracas, M Verstraete
0945 DI71A-08 CC 717B The Combined Effects of Continental Coverage and the 660-km Depth Endothermic Phase Transition on the Planform and Heat Transport Efficiency of Mantle Convection
G Sinha, *S Butler

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