Field characterization of the mineralogy and organic chemistry of carbonates from the 2010 Arctic Mars Analog Svalbard Expedition by evolved gas analysis

Record Type
Proceedings
Full Title
Field characterization of the mineralogy and organic chemistry of carbonates from the 2010 Arctic Mars Analog Svalbard Expedition by evolved gas analysis
Author(s)
McAdam A, ten Kate I, Stern J, Mahaffy P, Blake D, Morris R, Steele A, Amundson H
Publication Title
Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference
Publication Date
2011
Volume
42
Article Number
2136
Conference Name
Forty-second lunar and planetary science conference
Conference Date
March 7-11, 2011
Conference Location
Woodlands, TX, USA, United States
Keyword(s)
aliphatic hydrocarbons, alkanes, AMASE 2010, Arctic Mars Analog Svalbard Expeditions, aromatic hydrocarbons, astrobiology, basalts, benzene, biomarkers, carbon dioxide, carbonates, chemical composition, CheMin instrument, chemosynthesis, detection, evolved gas analysis-mass spectroscopy, field studies, gas seeps, gases, heating, hydrocarbons, igneous rocks, Knorringfjell fossil methane seep, Mars, Mars analogs, mass spectra, methane, mineral composition, organic compounds, planets, pyrolysis, Sigurdfjell, spectra, sulfates, sulfides, sulfur dioxide, temperature, terrestrial planets, thermal maturity, volcanic rocks, volcanoes
Citation
McAdam A, ten Kate I, Stern J, Mahaffy P, Blake D, Morris R, Steele A, Amundson H. Field characterization of the mineralogy and organic chemistry of carbonates from the 2010 Arctic Mars Analog Svalbard Expedition by evolved gas analysis. In: Abstracts of Papers Submitted to the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Forty-second lunar and planetary science conference; 2011. 2136.
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