Emerging Trends in Comet Taxonomy. “Emerging trends and a comet taxonomy based on the volatile chemistry measured in thirty comets with high-resolution infrared spectroscopy between 1997 and 2013.” in IcarusCycles of Glaciation on Ancient Mars. “Climate Cycling on Early Mars Caused by the Carbonate-Silicate Cycle” in Earth and Planetary Astrophysics.Methane Muted: How Did Early Earth Stay Warm?. “A proper accounting of biogeochemical cycles in the oceans reveals that methane has a much more powerful foe than oxygen.” in PNAS
Emerging Trends in Comet Taxonomy“Emerging trends and a comet taxonomy based on the volatile chemistry measured in thirty comets with high-resolution infrared spectroscopy between 1997 and 2013.” in Icarus01/03
Cycles of Glaciation on Ancient Mars“Climate Cycling on Early Mars Caused by the Carbonate-Silicate Cycle” in Earth and Planetary Astrophysics.02/03
Methane Muted: How Did Early Earth Stay Warm?“A proper accounting of biogeochemical cycles in the oceans reveals that methane has a much more powerful foe than oxygen.” in PNAS03/03
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Pasek, M. A. (2019). Phosphorus volatility in the early Solar nebula. Icarus, 317, 59–65. doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2018.07.011

October 2018Quantifying the missing sink for global organic carbon burial during a Cretaceous oceanic anoxic event

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September 2018Chlorate brines on Mars: Implications for the occurrence of liquid water and deliquescence

Toner, J. D., & Catling, D. C. (2018). Chlorate brines on Mars: Implications for the occurrence of liquid water and deliquescence. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 497, 161–168. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2018.06.011

August 2018The Neoproterozoic Hüttenberg δ 13 C anomaly: Genesis and global implications

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Searching for Possible Ancestors of RNA: The Self-Assembly Hypothesis for the Origin of Proto-RNA

Cafferty, B. J., Fialho, D. M., & Hud, N. V. (2018). Searching for Possible Ancestors of RNA: The Self-Assembly Hypothesis for the Origin of Proto-RNA. Nucleic Acids and Molecular Biology, None, 143–174. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-93584-3_5

Nucleobases on the Primitive Earth: Their Sources and Stabilities

Cleaves, H. J. (2018). Nucleobases on the Primitive Earth: Their Sources and Stabilities. Nucleic Acids and Molecular Biology, None, 1–19. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-93584-3_1

From the Dawn of Organic Chemistry to Astrobiology: Urea as a Foundational Component in the Origin of Nucleobases and Nucleotides

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Folding and Catalysis Near Life’s Origin: Support for Fe2+ as a Dominant Divalent Cation

Okafor, C. D., Bowman, J. C., Hud, N. V., Glass, J. B., & Williams, L. D. (2018). Folding and Catalysis Near Life’s Origin: Support for Fe2+ as a Dominant Divalent Cation. Nucleic Acids and Molecular Biology, None, 227–243. doi:10.1007/978-3-319-93584-3_8

Chiral molecules in space and their possible passage to planetary bodies recorded by meteorites

Pizzarello, S., & Yarnes, C. T. (2018). Chiral molecules in space and their possible passage to planetary bodies recorded by meteorites. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 496, 198–205. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2018.05.026

Silica-rich volcanism in the early solar system dated at 4.565 Ga

Srinivasan, P., Dunlap, D. R., Agee, C. B., Wadhwa, M., Coleff, D., Ziegler, K., … McCubbin, F. M. (2018). Silica-rich volcanism in the early solar system dated at 4.565 Ga. Nature Communications, 9(1), None. doi:10.1038/s41467-018-05501-0

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