PLANETARY CRATER CONSORTIUM
The Planetary Crater Consortium (PCC) formed in 2010 from the merger of the Mars Crater Consortium (MCC), Lunar Crater Consortium (LCC), and Outer Solar System Crater Consortium (OSSCC). The PCC is open to planetary scientists interested in any aspect of impact cratering on solar system bodies (planets, dwarf planets, moons, asteroids, and/or comets), including observational, theoretical, experimental, and numerical modeling studies.
Some of the participants at the 5th PCC meeting, Aug. 6-8, 2014. Left to right: Amber Gullickson (NAU/USGS), Don Burt (ASU), Stuart Robbins (U. CO), David Weiss (Brown), Margaret Landis (U. AZ),
Nathan Williams (ASU), Joe Boyce (U. HI), Aviva Maine (NAU), Nadine Barlow (NAU), Peter Mouginis-Mark (U. HI), Livio Tornabene (Western Univ.),
Trent Hare (USGS), Michael Zeilnhofer (NAU), Ken Herkenhoff (USGS), and Ryan Horstman (NAU)
UPCOMING PLANETARY CRATER CONSORTIUM MEETING:
6th Planetary Crater Consortium Meeting, August 12-14, 2015, US Geological Survey, Flagstaff, AZ.
Abstracts and Agenda now available.