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Major lunar crustal terranes: Surface expressions and crust‐mantle origins
In light of global remotely sensed data, the igneous crust of the Moon can no longer be viewed as a simple, globally stratified cumulus structure, composed of a flotation upper crust of anorthositeExpand
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The Constitution and Structure of the Lunar Interior
The current state of understanding of the lunar interior is the sum of nearly four decades of work and a range of exploration programs spanning that same time period. Missions of the 1960s includingExpand
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Northwest Africa 032: Product of lunar volcanism
Mineralogy, major element compositions of minerals, and elemental and oxygen isotopic compositions of the whole rock attest to a lunar origin of the meteorite Northwest Africa 032 (NWA 032), anExpand
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Ancient Multiring Basins on the Moon Revealed by Clementine Laser Altimetry
Analysis of laser altimetry data from Clementine has confirmed and extended our knowledge of nearly obliterated multiring basins on the moon. These basins were formed during the early bombardmentExpand
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A revised algorithm for calculating TiO2 from Clementine UVVIS data: A synthesis of rock, soil, and remotely sensed TiO2 concentrations
[1] Investigating mare basalt compositions, at both the sample and remote-sensing level for the Apollo and Luna mare sites, reveals the need for a more complex regression procedure than previouslyExpand
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The materials of the lunar Procellarum KREEP Terrane: A synthesis of data from geomorphological mapping, remote sensing, and sample analyses
Major features of the Moon's Procellarum KREEP Terrane include subdued relief and extensive resurfacing with mare basalt, consistent with high concentrations of Th and other heat-producing elementsExpand
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Hyperactivity and spelling disability: testing for shared genetic aetiology.
The influence of genetic factors in the comorbidity of spelling disability and hyperactivity was investigated in two samples of 190 and 260 same sex twin pairs. The method of bivariate groupExpand
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Mapping iron in the lunar mare: An improved approach
[1] Previous methods for mapping iron (Lucey et al., 1995, 1998, 2000a) give inconsistent results in terms of suppressing the effects of maturity, making it difficult to distinguish true units ofExpand
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Petrography and geochemistry of five new Apollo 16 mare basalts and evidence for post‐basin deposition of basaltic material at the site
We present the petrography and geochemistry of five 2-4 mm basalt fragments from the Apollo 16 regolith. These fragments are 1) a high-Ti vitrophyric basalt compositionally similar to Apollo 17Expand
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