Geology and Habitability of Terrestrial Planets

Geology and Habitability of Terrestrial Planets

von: Kathryn E. Fishbaugh, Phillipe Lognonné, FRANCOIS Raulin, David J. Des Marais, Oleg Korablev

Springer-Verlag, 2007

ISBN: 9780387742885 , 306 Seiten

Format: PDF

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Geology and Habitability of Terrestrial Planets


 

Given the universal interest in whether extraterrestrial life has developed or could eventually develop, it is vital that an examination of planetary habitability go beyond simple assumptions. This book has resulted from a workshop at the International Space Science Institute (ISSI) which brought together experts to discuss the multi-faceted problem of how the habitability of a planet co-evolves with the geology of the surface and interior, the atmosphere, and the magnetosphere.