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C. D. Williams, M. Wadhwa, P. E. Janney, R. R. Hines, E. S. Bullock, G. J. MacPherson. Ti, Si and Mg isotope systematics of FUN CAI CMS-1. Meteoritical Society Meeting (2012).
 
G.A. Brennecka, L.E. Borg, and M. Wadhwa. Combined Stable Isotope Signatures in Allende CAIs: The Nucleosynthetic Conundrum. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2012).
 
C. M. Mercer et al. Geologic Mapping of the AV-5 Floronia Quadrangle of Asteroid 4 Vesta. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2012).
 
C.D. Williams, M. Wadhwa, P.E. Janney, R.R. Hines, E.S. Bullock, and G.J. MacPherson. The Measurement of Titanium Isotopic Compositions of Allende Refractory Inclusions by LA-MC-ICPMS. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2012).
 
V.S. Heber, A.J.G. Jurewicz, P. Janney, M. Wadhwa, K.D. McKeegan, and D.S. Burnett. Magnesium Isotopic Composition of Solar Wind as Test for Sun-Solar Wind Isotopic Fractionation: A Progress Report. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2012).
 
C. D. Williams, A. K. McNamara, E. J. Garnero, & M. C. van Soest. Episodic entrainment of primordial material in plumes form isolated lower mantle reservoirs. American Geophyiscal Union (2012 Fall Meeting).
 
L.J. Spivak-Birndorf, M. Wadhwa, and P.E. Janney. 60Fe–60Ni Systematics of Chainpur Chondrules and the Plutonic Angrites Northwest Africa 4590 and 4801. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2012).
 
G.R. Huss, K. Nagashima, D.S. Burnett, A.J.G. Jurewicz, and C.T. Olinger. A New Upper Limit on the D/H Ratio in the Solar Wind. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2012).
 
J. Wimpenny, Q.Z. Yin, D.S. Burnett, A.J.G. Jurewicz, and D.S. Woolum. Measuring the Mg Fluence of the Solar Wind Using LA-ICP-MS Depth Profiling. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2012).
 
M.E. Sanborn, R.W. Carlson, and M. Wadhwa. Internal Lu-Hf Isochrons for the Quenched and Plutonic Angrites and Their Chronological Implications. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2012).
 
M.A. Morris, S.J. Desch, and A.C. Boley. The Chemical Environment Experienced by Chondrules Formed in Planetary Embryo Bow Shocks. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2012).
 
M. A. Morris, S. J. Desch, & L. A. J. Garvie. A Model for Accretion of CH/CB/Isheyevo Chondrites, Meteoritical Society Meeting (2012).
 
G. Brennecka, A.D. Herrmann, T.J. Algeo, A.D. Anbar. Rapid expansion of oceanic anoxia immediately before the end-Permian mass extinction. Astrobiology Science Conference (2012).
 
J. Rapp, D. Draper, and C.M. Mercer. Crystalliation of Yamato 980459 at 0.5 GPa: Are Residual Liquids Like QUE 94201? Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2012).
 

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