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Planetesimal/Debris discs

@inproceedings{Marino2022PlanetesimalDebrisD,
  title={Planetesimal/Debris discs},
  author={Sebastian Marino},
  year={2022}
}
This review chapter for young researchers presents our current understanding of debris discs. It introduces some of their basic properties and observables, and describes how we think they form and collisionally evolve. Special emphasis is dedicated to ALMA observations of the dust and gas, which constrains the distribution of planetesimals, their volatile composition, and potential volatile delivery to planetary atmospheres. 

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