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Profile: Professor Monica Grady

Professor Monica Grady

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Profile: Professor Monica Grady

Professor Monica Grady

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Monica Grady is a Professor in Planetary Sciences within the Faculty of Science, Dept of Physical Sciences, Planetary & Space Science at The Open University.

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Professor Monica Grady's research

George JAcobs et al. (2017-03-20) Understanding the Early Martian Environment through the Inventory of Breccia Clasts in Northwest Africa, In 48th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference

Diane Johnson, Peter Landsberg and Professor Monica Grady (2017-03-20) A Novel Method of Mounting Microsamples for Manipulation and Analysis, In Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2017

Mohit Melwani Melwani Daswani et al. (2016-11-08) Alteration minerals, fluids, and gases on early Mars: Predictions from 1-D flow geochemical modeling of mineral assemblages in meteorite ALH 84001, In Meteoritics and Planetary Science 11(51)

Thomas J. Barrett et al. (2016-08) Chlorine isotope variation in eucrites, In 79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society

Thomas J. Barrett et al. (2016-06-08) The abundance and isotopic composition of water in eucrites, In Meteoritics and Planetary Science 6(51)

Thomas J. Barrett et al. (2016) The isotopic composition of chlorine in apatite from eucrites, In 47th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference

Louisa J. Preston et al. (2015-09) Fourier Transform Infrared Spectral Detection of Life in Polar Subsurface Environments and its Application to Mars Exploration, In Applied Spectroscopy 9(69)

Elisabeth Steer et al. (2015-06) Relationships Between Shock and Fluid Processes, In National Astronomical Meeting 2015

Elisabeth Steer et al. (2015-05) Weathering as controlled by shock processes, In 4th UK in Aurora Community Meeting

Thomas J. Barrett et al. (2015-03-19) The Mineralogy and Petrology of Anomalous Eucrite Emmaville, In Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 46th

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