Neodymium isotope heterogeneity of ordinary and carbonaceous chondrites and the origin of non-chondritic 142Nd compositions in the Earth
Ryota Fukai, Tetsuya Yokoyama Earth and Planetary Science Letters Volume 474, 15 September 2017, Pages 206–214 LINK “Highlights • Ordinary and carbonaceous chondrites possess non-radiogenic Nd isotope anomalies. • Nd isotope variability was caused by…
Origin of water in the inner Solar System: planetesimals scattered inward during Jupiter and Saturn’s rapid gas accretionOPEN ACCESS
Sean N. Raymond, Andre Izidoro Icarus In Press, Accepted Manuscript, Available online 30 June 2017 (updated 6 July 2017) PDF (OPEN ACCESS) LINK “Highlights • The water-rich bodies interior to Jupiter’s orbit – both the…
T. S. Kruijer, T. Kleine, C. Burkhardt, G. Budde 48th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2017), Abstract #1386 LINK
Sean N. Raymond, Andre Izidoro, Bertram Bitsch, Seth A. Jacobson Accepted to MNRAS arXiv:1602.06573v2 last revised: 7 Mar 2016 PDF (open access) abstract “Jupiter’s core is generally assumed to have formed beyond the snow line….
Harold F. Levison Katherine A. Kretke Martin J. Duncan Nature 524, 322–324 (19 August 2015) | doi:10.1038/nature14675 LINK