1989 Publications



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Peer-Reviewed Articles

66.       Haq, M., Hasan, F.A., Sears, D.W.G., Moore, C.B. and Lewis, C.F. (1989)  Thermoluminescence and the origin of the dark matrix of Fayetteville and similar meteorites.  Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 53, 1435-1440.


Abstracts and Extended Abstracts

A65.    Batchelor, J.D. and Sears, D.W.G. (1989a)  Thermoluminescence of plagioclase feldspars and implications for meteorite studies.  Lunar Planet. Sci. XX, 52-53.


A66.    Batchelor J.D. and Sears D.W.G. (1989b)  Metamorphism, brecciation and shock of the eucrite associateion meteorites: A study by thermoluminescence techniques. Meteoritics 24, 250. (Abstract book version)


A67.    DeHart, J.M., Lofgren G.E. and Sears D.W.G. (1989a)  Cathodoluminescent phosphors in the matrices of type 3 ordinary chondrites.  Lunar Planet. Sci. XX, 226-227.


A69.    DeHart, J.M.. and Sears, D.W.G. (1989)  Glimmerings from the past: Light emitted by meteorites under an electron beam provides clues to the history of the early solar system.  20th Lunar Planetary Science Conference, Press Abstracts, 22-23.


A68.    DeHart, J.M., Lofgren G.E., and Sears, D.W.G. (1989b)  The composition and luminescence properties of chondrule olivines and pyroxenes in the type 3 ordinary chondrites.  Lunar Planet. Sci. XX, 228-229.


A70.    Hasan, F.A., Score, R. and Sears, D.W.G. (1989)  The natural thermoluminescence survey of Antarctic meteorites - A discussion of methods of reporting natural TL data.  Lunar Planet. Sci. XX, 383-384.


A71.    Lu Jie, DeHart J.M.D. and Sears D.W.G. (1989)  Cathodoluminescence properties of St. Mary's County, a type 3.3 ordinary chondrite, compared with type 3 ordinary chondrites.  Meteoritics 24, 296. (Abstract book version)


A73.    Sears D.,W.G. and DeHart J.M. (1989)  Chondrule cathodoluminescence and composition: Implications for (1) metamorphism and aqueous alteration in low type 3 ordinary chondrites and (2) selection effects in chondrule studies.  Meteoritics 24, 325. (Abstract book version)


Unrefereed and Popular Articles

P24.     Hasan F.A. and Score R. (1989)  Natural thermoluminescence data for Antarctic meteorites.  Antarctic Meteorite Newsletter 12(1) 21. Johnson Space Center, Houston TX.


P25.     Sears, D.W.G. (1989b)  Cathodoluminescence of geological materials, by D.J. Marshall.  Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 53, 1712 (Book review).


P26.     Sears, D.W.G., Sears, H. and Myers, B.M. (1989)  Natural thermoluminescence measurements on meteorites collected on Antarctic blue ice fields.  Antarctic Journal 24, 45-46.

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