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[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Ruzicka A., K. Schepker and Y. Guan (2017) Trace element compositions bearing on the origins of large igneous inclusions in ordinary chondrites. 48th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #2477.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Hutson M. and A. Ruzicka (2017) Miller Range 07273: An unusual chondritic melt breccia. 48th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #2942.

[LINK TO Geochimica et Cosmochimica SITE] Friedrich J.M., A. Ruzicka, R.J. Macke, J.O. Thostenson, R.A. Rudolph, M.L. Rivers and D.S. Ebel (2017) Relationships among physical properties as indicators of high temperature deformation or post-shock thermal annealing in ordinary chondrites. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 203, 157-174.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Ruzicka, A.M.,  K.L. Schepker, R.C. Greenwood, and I.A. Franchi (2016) Combined chemical-oxygen isotope study of large igneous inclusions in ordinary chondrites. 47th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #2230.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Hutson, M.L., A.M. Ruzicka, KR. Farley, K.L. Schepker, R.C. Hugo, and L.E. Likkel (2016) Carbides in ordinary chondrites revisted.  47th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #1377.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., R. Hugo and M. Hutson (2015) Deformation and thermal histories of ordinary chondrites: Evidence for post-deformation annealing and syn-metamorphic shock. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 163, 219-233.

[LINK TO American Mineralogist SITE] Ruzicka A., R. Brown, J. Friedrich, M. Hutson. R. Hugo and M. Rivers (2015) Shock-induced mobilization of metal and sulfide in planetesimals: Evidence from the Buck Mountains 005 (L6 S4) dike-bearing chondrite. Am. Mineralogist 100, Special Collection: Building Planets: The Dynamics and Geochemistry of Core Formation, 2725-2738.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Ruzicka A.M., M. Hutson, J.M. Friedrich, P.A. Bland and R. Pugh (2015) Northwest Africa 8709: A rare but revealing type 3 ordinary chondrite melt breccia. Meteorit. Planet. Sci., Abstract #5348.

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A.M., P.M. Clay, R. Hugo, K.H. Joy and H. Busemann (2015) Contrasting early and late shock effects on the L chondrite parent body: Evidence from Ar ages and olivine microstructures for two meteorites. Meteorit. Planet. Sci., Abstract #5177.

[ABSTRACT] Strait M.M., A.N. Clayton, S.J. Jack, A.M. Ruzicka, G.J. Flynn and D.D. Durda (2015) Chemical composition of artificially hydrated ordinary chondrites. Meteorit. Planet. Sci., Abstract #5324.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Armstrong, K. and A.M. Ruzicka (2015) Major-element geochemistry of large, igneous-textured inclusions in ordinary chondrites. 46th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #1572.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Ruzicka, A., J.M. Friedrich, R. Hugo and M. Hutson (2015) Macro- and microstructures in ordinary chondrites: Implications for impact deformation and annealing processes. 46th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #1544.

[LINK] Hutson, M. (2015) Star poop and meteoritic water:  The journey of the Trapeang Ronoas meteorite. Meteorite Times Magazine, November 1, 2015.  Manuscript published electronically at http://www.meteorite-times.com/articles/trapeang- ronoas-meteorite/.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Hutson M.L., A.M. Ruzicka and M. Nazari (2014) Diverse and unusual O-chondrites from the Lut desert, Iran. Meteorit. Planet. Sci., Abstract #5180.

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A. and R. Hugo (2014) Microstructures in olivine from ordinary chondrites: Evidence for post-shock thermal annealing and syn-metamorphic shock. 45th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #1306.

[ARTICLE] Friedrich J.M., A. Ruzicka, M.L. Rivers, D.S. Ebel, J.O. Thostenson and R.A. Rudolph (2013) Metal veins in the Kernouve (H6 S1) chondrite: Evidence for pre- or syn-metamorphic shear deformation. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 116, 71-83.

[ARTICLE] Hutson, M., A. Ruzicka, T. Jull, J. Smaller and R. Brown (2013) Stones from Mohave County, Arizona: Multiple falls in the “Franconia strewn field”. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 48, 365-389.

[LINK] Brown R., A.M. Ruzicka, M. Hutson, J.M. Friedrich and M.L. Rivers (2013), Micro-tomography and electron microscopy of a shock dike in the Buck Mountains 005 L6 chondrite, Abstract P31B-1808 presented at 2013 Fall Meeting, AGU, San Francisco, Calif., 9-13 Dec.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Armstrong K. and A. Ruzicka (2013) Survey of large, igneous-textured inclusions in O chondrites. Meteorit. Planet. Sci., Abstract #5278.

[ABSTRACT] Likkel L., A.M. Ruzicka, M. Hutson, K. Schepker, and T.R. Yeager (2013) Cohenite in chondrites: Further support for a shock-heating origin. Meteorit. Planet. Sci., Abstract #5145.

[ABSTRACT] Brown R., A. Ruzicka, J. Friedrich, M. Hutson and M. Rivers (2013) A shock melt dike in 3D: Shear and melt migration in the Buck Mountains 005 L6 chondrite. Meteorit. Planet. Sci., Abstract #5078.

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A., M. Hutson, N. Jamsja and T. Stout (2013) Anhydrous and hydrous R chondrites: Evidence from NWA 6491, 6492 and the newly discovered NWA 7514. 44th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #1168.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Claydon J.L., A. Ruzicka, S. A. Crowther, M. Y. P. Lee, A. Bischoff, H. Busemann and J. D. Gilmour (2013) First I-Xe ages of Rumuruti chondrites and the thermal history of their parent body. 44th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #2211.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Hutson M., A. Ruzicka, and R. Brown (2013) A pyroxene-enriched shock melt dike in the Buck Mountains 005 (L6) chondrite. 44th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #1186.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A. (2012) Chondrule formation by repeated evaporative melting and condensation in collisional debris clouds around planetesimals. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 47, 2218-2236.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., M. Hutson, C. Floss and A. Hildebrand (2012) Large silica-rich igneous-textured inclusions in the Buzzard Coulee chondrite: Condensates, differentiates, or impact melts? Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 47, 1809-1829. 

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., C. Floss and M. Hutson (2012) Amoeboid olivine aggregates (AOAs) in the Efremovka, Leoville and Vigarano (CV3) chondrites: A record of condensate evolution in the solar nebula. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 79, 79-105.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., C. Floss and M. Hutson (2012) Agglomeratic olivine (AO) objects in ordinary chondrites: Accretion and melting of dust to form ferroan chondrules. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 76, 103-124.

[ABSTRACT] Friedrich J.M., A. Ruzicka, D.S. Ebel., J.O. Thostenson, R.A. Rudolph and M.L. Rivers (2012) Early microstructures of asteroidal building blocks from 3D petrography: A compaction and porosity perspective. Asteroids, Comets, Meteors (ACM) 2012, Abstract #6205.

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka, A., M. Hutson, C. Floss and A. Hildebrand (2012) Large, silica-rich igneous-textured inclusions in the Buzzard Coulee (H4) chondrite. 43rd Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #1630.

[ABSTRACT] Friedrich J.M., A. Ruzicka, D. S. Ebel, J. Thostenson, R. A. Rudolph, M. L. Rivers, R. J. Macke and D. T. Britt (2012) Three Dimensional Petrography of Kernouvé: A Story of Vein Formation, Compaction, and Metamorphism. 43rd Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #1197.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Ruzicka A. and Hutson M. (2011) Agglomeratic olivine (AO) objects: Melting of dust to create Type II chondrules. Workshop on Formation of the First Solids of the Solar System, Abstract #9020.

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A. and R. Hugo (2011) A shocking tale: TEM observations of deformed olivine in ordinary chondrites. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 46, Abstract #5368.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Jamsja N., A.M. Ruzicka and M. Fries (2011) New insights on hydrous phases in R chondrites NWA 6491 and 6492. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 46, Abstract #5377.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Hauver K. and A. Ruzicka (2011) Cohenite in NWA 5964 (L3-6 melt breccia): A possible product of shock-induced contact metamorphism. 42nd Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #2627.

[ABSTRACT] Jamsja N. and A. Ruzicka (2011) Presence of hydrous phases in two R chondrites, Northwest Africa 6491 and 6492. 42nd Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #2324.

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A., M.L. Hutson and C. Floss (2011) Amoeboid olivine aggregate condensates and the origin of the refractory element fractionation. 42nd Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #1336.

[ARTICLE] Jamsja N. and A. Ruzicka (2010) Shock and thermal history of NWA 4859, an annealed impact melt breccia of LL-chondrite parentage containing unusual igneous features and pentlandite. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 45, 828-849.

[ARTICLE] Macke, R.J., G.J. Consolmagno, D.T. Britt, and M.L. Hutson (2010) Enstatite chondrite density, magnetic susceptibility and porosity. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 45, 1513-1526.

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A., C. Floss and M. Hutson (2010) Accretion and melting of dust to form ferroan chondrules in ordinary chondrites. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXXI, Abstract #1956. Lunar and Planetary Institute.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Hutson M.L. and A.M. Ruzicka (2010) Jungo 001, Jungo 002, Jungo 003, and Big Horn Mountains: Four new chondrites from Nevada and Arizona which contain a variety of unusual petrographic features. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXXI, Abstract #1878. Lunar and Planetary Institute.

[ABSTRACT] Schepker T.J. and A. Ruzicka (2010) X-ray diffraction as a tool for the classification of equilibrated ordinary chondrites. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXXI, Abstract #2644. Lunar and Planetary Institute.

[ABSTRACT] Macke R.J., M.L. Hutson, D.T. Britt, and G.T. Consolmagno (2009) EH and EL enstatite chondrite physical properties: No difference in iron content. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 44, Abstract #5047.

[LINK] Hildebrand A.R., E.P. Milley, P.G. Brown, P.J. McCausland, W.M. Edwards, M. Beech, A. Ling, G. Sarty, M. Paulson, L.A. Maillet, S.F. Jones, M.R. Stauffer, M.L. Hutson and A.M. Ruzicka (2009) A bright multiple fragmentation fireball and meteorite fall at Buzzard Coulee, Saskatchewan, Canada, November 20, 2008. EOS Trans. AGU, 90 (22), Jt. Assem. Suppl., Abstract MA12A-01.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Hutson M. L., R. Hugo, A.M. Ruzicka and A.E. Rubin (2009) Olivine microstructures in the Miller Range 99301 (LL6) ordinary chondrite. Lunar Planet Sci. XXXX, Abstract #1081, Lunar and Planetary Institute.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Hutson M.L., A.M. Ruzicka, E.P. Milley and A.R. Hildebrand (2009) A first look at the Buzzard Coulee (H4) chondrite, a recently observed fall from Saskatchewan. Lunar Planet Sci. XXXX, Abstract #1893, Lunar and Planetary Institute.

[ABSTRACT] Macke R.J., M.L. Hutson, D.T. Britt, and G.T. Consolmagno (2009) EH and EL enstatite chondrite physical properties: No difference in iron content. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 44, Abstract #5047.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., C. Floss and M. Hutson (2008) Relict olivine grains, chondrule recycling, and implications for the chemical, thermal, and mechanical processing of nebular materials. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 72, 5530-5557.

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A., C. Floss and M. Hutson (2008) Amoeboid olivine aggregates (AOAs) in the Efremovka (CVR) chondrite: First SIMS trace-element results. Lunar Planet Sci. XXXIX, Abstract #1764, Lunar and Planetary Institute.

[ARTICLE] Hutson M., A. Ruzicka, R. Pugh, L. Sloan and E. Thompson (2007) Complex brecciation and shock effects in the Buck Mountain Wash (H3-5) chondrite. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 42, 963-978.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., H. Hiyagon, M. Hutson and C. Floss (2007) Relict olivine, chondrule recycling, and the evolution of nebular oxygen reservoirs. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 257, 274-289.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Hutson M., R. Hugo, A. Ruzicka and M. Killgore (2007) Annealing after shock: Evidence from olivine microstructures in Portales Valley. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 42, Abstract #5072.

Ruzicka A., C. Floss and M. Hutson (2006) Trace-element compositions of normal, dusty, and clear olivine in Chainpur chondrules. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 41, Abstract #5266.

Fries M., A. Steele and A. Ruzicka (2005) Carbon and mineral phase distribution on a CV3 dark inclusion boundary – A confocal raman imaging study. Meteorit. Planet. Sci., 40, A52 (Abstract #5236).

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A., H. Hiyagon and C. Floss (2005) Relict olivine, chondrule recycling, and evolution of oxygen reservoirs. Workshop on Oxygen in Asteroids and Meteorites, Abstract #1422, Lunar and Planetary Institute.

[LINK] Ruzicka A. and M. Hutson (2005) Portales Valley: Not just another ordinary chondrite. Manuscript published electronically, Planetary Science Research Discoveries (PSRD), University of Hawai’i, http://www.psrd.hawaii.edu/Sept05/PortalesValley.html

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., M. Killgore, D.W. Mittlefehldt and M.D. Fries (2005) Portales Valley: Petrology of a metallic melt meteorite breccia. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 40, 261-295.

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A. and C. Floss (2004) Forsterite and olivine in Sahara-97210 (LL3.2) and Chainpur (LL3.4) chondrules: Compositional evolution and the influence of melting. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXV, Abstract #1422, Lunar and Planetary Institute (CD-ROM).

[ABSTRACT] Greeney S. and A. Ruzicka (2004) Relict forsterite in chondrules: Implications for cooling rates. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXV, Abstract #1426, Lunar and Planetary Institute (CD-ROM).

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A. and C. Floss (2003) Relict forsterite and igneous olivine grains in Chainpur (LL3.5) chondrules: Major- and trace-element evidence for vapor-fractionation and igneous partitioning. Lunar Planet Sci. XXXIV, Abstract #1243, Lunar and Planetary Institute (CD-ROM).

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A. and M. Killgore (2002) Trace-element abundances in the Portales Valley meteorite: Evidence for geochemical fractionations. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXIII, Abstract #1918, Lunar and Planetary Institute (CD-ROM).

[ARTICLE] Hutson M. and A. Ruzicka (2000) A multi-step model for the origin of E3 (enstatite) chondrites. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 35, 601-608.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (2000) Geochemical and isotopic evidence bearing on the origin of large, igneous-textured inclusions in ordinary chondrites. Antarct. Meteorite Res. 13, 19-38.

Ruzicka A., M. Killgore, J. Boesenberg and M. Prinz (2000) Portales Valley: Not just another "ordinary" chondrite. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 35, A139-A140.

Ruzicka A., J.F. McHone and M. Killgore (2000) Portales Valley: Discovery of a large graphite nodule. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 35, A140.

Ruzicka A., H. Hiyagon, M. Prinz and L.A. Taylor (2000) Forsteritic olivine grains in unequilibrated ordinary chondrites: Additional evidence for a link between ordinary and carbonaceous chondrites. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXI, Abstract #1312, Lunar & Planetary
Institute (CD-ROM).

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1999) Origins of large, igneous-textured inclusions in ordinary chondrites. Antarctic Meteorites XXIV, pp. 160-162.

Hutson M. and A. Ruzicka (1999) A simple three-step model for the origin of the enstatite chondrites. Antarctic Meteorites XXIV, pp. 40-42.

Ruzicka A., E.A. Jerde, G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1999) A large, igneous-textured inclusion containing co-existing enstatite and ferroan olivine in the LEW 86018 (L3.1) chondrite. Lunar Planet Sci. Conf. XXX, Abstract #1502, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston (CD-ROM).

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder, M. Prinz and L.A. Taylor (1999) Portales Valley: A new metal-phosphate-rich meteorite with affinities to Netschaëvo and H-group chondrites. Lunar Planet Sci. Conf. XXX, Abstract #1645, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston
(CD-ROM).

Ruzicka A., M.E. Bennett III, A.D. Patchen, G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1999) Widmannstätten texture in the Portales Valley meteorite: Slow (but not unusually slow) cooling at low temperatures. Lunar Planet Sci. Conf. XXX, Abstract #1616, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston (CD-ROM).

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1998) Mega-chondrules and large, igneous-textured clasts in Julesberg (L3) and other ordinary chondrites: Vapor-fractionation, shock-melting, and chondrule formation. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 62, 1419-1442.

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1998) Equilibration temperatures of large, sodium-poor melt inclusions in ordinary chondrules. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 33, A132-A133.

Cyr, K.E., M.L. Hutson, and J.I. Lunine (1998) Effect of revised nebular water distribution on enstatite chondrite formation. In M.E. Zolensky, A.N. Krot and E.R.D. Scott (eds), Workshop on Parent-Body and Nebular Modification of Chondritic Materials. LPI Tech. Rpt. 97-02, Part 1, Houston: Lunar and Planetary Institute, 12-13.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A. (1997) Mineral layers around coarse-grained, Ca-Al-rich inclusions in CV3 carbonaceous chondrites: Formation by high-temperature metasomatism. J. Geophys. Res. Planets 102, 13387-13402.

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1997) Large chondrules and lithic clasts in Julesberg (L3) and other ordinary chondrites: Bulk-chemical characterization. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXVIII, 1217-1218.

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1997) Large chondrules and lithic clasts in Julesberg (L3) and other ordinary chondrites: Petrographic and mineral-chemical characterization. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXVIII, 1219-1220.

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1997) Na-Al-rich chondrules: Droplets produced by incipient shock-melting? Lunar Planet. Sci. XXVIII, 1221-1222.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., D.A. Kring, D.H. Hill, W.V. Boynton, R.N. Clayton and T.K. Mayeda (1995) Silica-rich orthopyroxenite in the Bovedy chondrite. Meteoritics 30, 57-70.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A. (1995) Nullarbor 018: A new L6 chondrite from Australia. Meteoritics 30, 102-105.

Ruzicka A. and W.V. Boynton (1995) Quantitative models of CAI rim layer growth. Meteoritics 30, 570.

Ruzicka A. and W.V. Boynton (1995) Fine-grained CAIs in Efremovka and Leoville: In-situ layer growth and confirmation of a link to rims on coarse-grained CAIs. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXVI, 1207-1208.

Ruzicka A. and W.V. Boynton (1994) Origin of CAI rims by vaporization and metasomatism. Meteoritics 29, 526.

Ruzicka A. and W.V. Boynton (1993) The anatomy and bulk composition of CAI rims in the Vigarano (CV3) chondrite. Meteoritics 28, 426.

Ruzicka A. and W.V. Boynton (1993) The trace element composition of a silica-rich clast in the Bovedy (L3/4) chondrite. Meteoritics 28, 426-427.

Ruzicka A. and W.V. Boynton (1992) Microfaulting of CAI rim layers and relationship to the fabric of the Leoville (CV3) chondrite. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXIII, 1191-1192.

Ruzicka A. and W.V. Boynton (1992) A distinctive silica-rich, sodium-poor igneous clast in the Bovedy (L3) chondrite. Meteoritics 27, 283.

Ruzicka A. and W.V. Boynton (1992) The origin of silica-rich chondrules and clasts in ordinary and carbonaceous chondrites. Meteoritics 27, 284.

Ruzicka A. and W.V. Boynton (1991) A survey of CAIs in Leoville and Vigarano: Rim layers, brecciation, metamorphism, and alteration. Meteoritics 26, 390-391.

Hutson, M.L (1991) Na-Cr sulfide phases in the Indarch (EH4) chondrite. Meteoritics 26, 349- 350.

Hutson, M.L. and J.S. Lewis (1991) Enstatite chondrites and achondrites as asteroidal resources. In the abstracts for the second annual UA/NASA SERC symposium, Resources of NearEarth Space, 21.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A. (1990) Deformation and thermal histories of chondrules in the Chainpur (LL3.4) chondrite. Meteoritics 25, 101-113.

Ruiz, J. and RM. Hutson (1990) Ilmenite beneficiation. The SERC Newsletter vol. 1 no. 4, 4-5.

Hutson, M. (1989) Shock effects in H-group chondrites. Lunar Planet. Sci. XX, 436-437.

[ARTICLE] Clarke, R. S., Jr. and R. N. Pugh (1988) The Salem L6 chondrite.  Meteoritics 23, 170.

Hutson, M.L (1987) A closer look at the significance of chemical variations in enstatite chondrites. Lunar Planet. Sci. XVIII, 449-450.

Lingner, D.W., T.J. Huston, M. Hutson and M.E. Lipschutz (1987) Chemical Studies of H chondrites: I. Mobile trace elements and gas retention ages Geochimica et. Cosmochimica. Acta 51, 727-739.

Ruzicka A. (1986) Pre-agglomeration metamorphism of chondrules in the Chainpur chondrite. Meteoritics 21, 498-499.

Ruzicka A. (1986) Deformation histories of chondrules in the Chainpur chondrite. Meteoritics 21, 499.

Hutson, M. (1986) A search for chemical clusters in H- and L-chondrites. Meteoritics 21, 404- 405.

Dodd R.T., E. Jarosewich and A. Ruzicka (1984) Fe-Ni-S variation in L-chondrites. Lunar Planet. Sci. XV, 228-229.

[ABSTRACT] Fredriksson, K., R. S. Clarke Jr. and R. Pugh (1984)  A new H-3 chondrite from Study Butte, Texas.  In Abstracts and Program for the 47th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, LPI Contribution 537, 134.

[ABSTRACT] Pugh, R. (1984) Salem Meteorite.  
In Abstracts and Program for the 47th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, LPI Contribution 537, 136.

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Pugh, R.N. (1983) The Salem Meteorite.  Oregon Geology 45, 63-64.


     ACHONDRITES AND DIFFERENTIATED ASTEROIDS:    
[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Farley, K.R. and A.M. Ruzicka (2015) NWA 8614: The least heated winonaite? 46th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #1821.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Ruzicka A. and T.J. Schepker (2008) Trace-element analyses of pyroxene and plagioclase in three HED meteorites. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 43, Abstract #5310.

Ruzicka A., L.R. Riciputi, G.A. Snyder, A.D. Patchen and L.A. Taylor (1998) Oxygen isotopic composition of olivine in ureilites: Possible evidence for millimeter-scale variations. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXIX, Abstract #1176, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston
(CD-ROM).

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1997) Vesta as the howardite, eucrite, and diogenite parent body: Implications for the size of a core and for large-scale differentiation. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 32, 825-840.

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1997) Could eucrites have formed as residual liquids in a magma ocean? Lunar Planet. Sci. XXVIII, 1213-1214.

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1997) Formation of eucrites and diogenites in a magma ocean on the HED parent body. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXVIII, 1215-1216.

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1996) Asteroid 4-Vesta as the HED parent body: Implications for the size of a metallic core and for magma ocean crystallization. In Workshop on Evolution of Igneous Asteroids: Focus on Vesta and the HED meteorites, LPI Tech. Report No. 96-02, pp. 23-24, Houston, TX.

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1996) The composition of the Eucrite Parent Body: Implications for the origin of the Moon and for planetary accretion. In Workshop on Evolution of Igneous Asteroids: Focus on Vesta and the HED meteorites, LPI Tech.
Report No. 96-02, pp. 24-25, Houston, TX.

     IRONS AND STONY-IRONS:
[LINK TO PUBLISHER SITE] Ruzicka A., H. Haack, E. Scott, and N. Chabot (2017) Iron and stony-iron meteorites: evidence for the formation, crystallization and early impact histories of differentiated planetesimals. In Planetesimals: Early Differentiation and Consequences for Planets, Chapter 7 (Cambridge University Press). 

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A. (2014) Silicate-bearing iron meteorites and their implications for the origin of asteroidal parent bodies. Chemie der Erde 74, 3-48 (Invited Review).

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A. and M. Hutson (2013) Evidence from silicate-bearing irons for the nature of asteroidal differentiation. Workshop on Planetesimal Formation and Differentiation, Carnegie Institution of Science, Washington D.C. October 27-29.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A. and M. Hutson (2010) Comparative petrology of silicates in the Udei Station (IAB) and Miles (IIE) iron meteorites: Implications for the origin of silicate-bearing irons. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 74, 394-433.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Ruzicka A., M. Hutson and S.A. Kissin (2010) Classification of four new irons, including common (IIAB) and uncommon (IIIF, unusual IAB) types. 73rd Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #5330.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A. and M. Hutson (2006) Differentiation and evolution of the IVA meteorite parent body: Clues from pyroxene geochemistry in the Steinbach stony-iron. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 41, 1959-1987.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., M. Hutson and C. Floss (2006) Petrology of silicate inclusions in the Sombrerete ungrouped iron meteorite: Implications for the origins of IIE-type silicate-bearing irons. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 41, 1797-1831.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., M. Killgore, D.W. Mittlefehldt and M.D. Fries (2005) Portales Valley: Petrology of a metallic-melt meteorite breccia. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 40, 261-296.

Ruzicka A. and M. Hutson (2005) Geochemical constraints for the origin of the Steinbach (IVA) stony iron meteorite. Meteorit. Planet. Sci.,40, A133 (Abstract #5279).

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A. and M. Hutson (2005) Filter-press differentiation: A newly-recognized fractionation mechanism for silicate inclusions in Sombrerete and possibly in other iron meteorites. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXVI, Abstract #1169, Lunar and Planetary Institute (CD-ROM).

Ruzicka A. and M. Hutson (2003) Evidence for silicate liquid immiscibility within silicate inclusions during rapid cooling of the Sombrerete (Ungrouped) iron meteorite. Meteorit. Planet. Sci., 38, A129.

Lindsay T., A. Ruzicka and M. Killgore (2003) Origin of silicate inclusions in the Miles (IIE) iron: Minimal partial melting, maximal fractional crystallization. Meteorit. Planet. Sci., 38, A102.

[ARTICLE] Snyder G.A., D.-C. Lee, A. Ruzicka, M. Prinz, L.A. Taylor and A.N. Halliday (2001) Hf-W, SmNd, and Rb-Sr isotopic evidence of late impact fractionation and mixing of silicates on iron meteorite parent bodies. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 186, 311-324.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., G.W. Fowler, G.A. Snyder, M. Prinz, J.J. Papike and L.A. Taylor (1999) Petrogenesis of silicate inclusions in the Weekeroo Station IIE iron meteorite: Differentiation, remelting, and dynamic mixing. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 63, 2123- 2143.

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A., J.S. Boesenberg, G.A. Snyder, M. Prinz and L.A. Taylor (1999) Rare-earth-element abundances of clasts and matrix in the Lamont mesosiderite: Complex spatial variations. Lunar Planet Sci. Conf. XXX, Abstract #1516, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston (CD-ROM).

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A., J.S. Boesenberg, G.A. Snyder, M. Prinz and L.A. Taylor (1999) Petrogenesis of the Lamont mesosiderite: Evidence from petrography and pyroxene clast zoning systematics. Lunar Planet Sci. Conf. XXX, Abstract #1513, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston (CD-ROM).

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A. (1998) Growth of mineral zones by diffusion-controlled reactions: Theory and application to mesosiderites. Am. J. Sci. 298, 1-35.

Ruzicka A., G.W. Fowler, G.A. Snyder, J.J. Papike and L.A.Taylor (1998) Trace-element constraints on melting and mixing processes affecting IIE silicate inclusions: A reconnaissance SIMS study. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXIX, Abstract #1151, Lunar and
Planetary Institute, Houston (CD-ROM).

Ruzicka A., M. Prinz, G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1998) Major-element compositions and mineralogies of silicate inclusions in IIE iron meteorites: Impact-induced or "planetary" differentiation? Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXIX, Abstract #1155, Lunar and Planetary
Institute, Houston (CD-ROM).

Snyder G.A., D.-C. Lee, A.M. Ruzicka, L.A. Taylor, A.N. Halliday and M. Prinz (1998) Evidence of late impact fractionation and mixing of silicates on iron meteorite parent bodies: Hf-W, Sm-Nd, and Rb-Sr isotopic studies of silicate inclusions in IIE irons. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXIX, Abstract # 1142, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston (CD-ROM)

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., W.V. Boynton and J. Ganguly (1994) Olivine coronas, metamorphism and the thermal history of the Morristown and Emery mesosiderites. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 58, 2725-2741.

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A. and W.V. Boynton (1991) Zone sequences, widths and compositions of olivine coronas in mesosiderites. Meteoritics 26, 391.

[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A. and W.V. Boynton (1990) The formation of olivine coronas in mesosiderites. Meteoritics 25, 403.

[ABSTRACT] Pugh, R.N. and J. E. Allen (1986) Origin of the Willamette Meteorite.  In Abstracts and Program for the 49th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, LPI Contribution 600, 208.

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Pugh, R.N. and J. E. Allen (1986) Origin of the Willamette Meteorite: An alternate hypothesis.  Oregon Geology 48, 79-80.

     MOON AND LUNAR METEORITES:
[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (2002) Response to the comment by G. Dreibus and H. Wänke on "Comparative geochemistry of basalts from the Moon, Earth, HED asteroid, and Mars: Implications for the origin of the Moon" (2001). Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 66, 2633-2635

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (2001) Comparative geochemistry of basalts from the Moon, Earth, HED asteroid, and Mars: Implications for the origin of the Moon. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta 65, 979-997.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (2000) Crystal-bearing lunar spherules: Impact melting of the Moon’s crust and implications for the origin of meteoritic chondrules. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 35, 173-192.

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1998) Giant Impact and Fission Hypotheses for the Origin of the Moon: A Critical Review of Some Geochemical Evidence. Intl. Geol. Rev. 40, 851-864.

Ruzicka A., A.D. Patchen, G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1998) Lunar chondrule petrography and mineral chemistry: Rims, relict grains, and metasomatism. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf.,XXIX, Abstract # 1436, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston (CD-ROM).

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder, A.D. Patchen and L.A. Taylor (1998) Lunar chondrules: Impact-melting of highland lithologies. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., XXIX, Abstract #1434, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston (CD-ROM).

Snyder G.A., A. Ruzicka and L.A. Taylor (1998) Trapped liquid and planetary differentiation processes: The Moon. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., XXIX, Abstract #1143, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston (CD-ROM).

     MARS AND MARTIAN METEORITES:
[ABSTRACT] Ruzicka A. (2000) Magnetic lineations on Mars: Evidence for plate tectonics, or for magnetic eolian deposits? Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXI, Abstract #1575, Lunar & Planetary Institute (CD-ROM).

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1998) The shergottite-Nakhla connection: Forming nakhlites as cumulates of shergottitic melts. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., XXIX, Abstract #1129, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston (CD-ROM).

Ruzicka A., G.A. Snyder and L.A. Taylor (1998) Rare-earth-element modelling of nakhlites: Constraints on the proportion of trapped melt. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., XXIX, Abstract #1154, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston (CD-ROM).

Wolfe, R.W. and M.L. Hutson (1980) Noncircularity of martian impact craters: Clues to hidden structures. Reports of Plan. Geol. Program, NASA Tech. Me. 82385, 164-166.

     MERCURY:
Hutson M. (2008) Do angrites come from Mercury? Meteorite, May 2008, Vol. 14, No. 2, 7-11.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Hutson M. L. and A. Ruzicka (2007) The case against Mercury as the angrite parent body. Meteorit. Planet. Sci 42, Abstract #5238.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Ruzicka A. and M. Hutson (2006) NWA 2999 and other angrites: No compelling evidence for a mercurian origin. Meteorit. Planet. Sci 41, Abstract #5080.

     OUTER SOLAR SYSTEM:
Ruzicka A. (1988) The geology of Ariel. Lunar Planet. Sci. XIX, 1009-1010.

Ruzicka A. (1982) Callisto: A lunar-like bombardment? In Advances in Planetary Geology, May 1984, 160-166.

[LINK to PUBLICATION] Ruzicka A. and R.G. Strom (1982) Spatial distribution of craters on the moon and Callisto. In Reports of the Planetary Geology Program-- 1982, NASA Tech. Memo. 85127, 105-107.
        
    EDUCATION AND PUBLIC OUTREACH:

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Hutson M.L., R.N. Pugh and A.M. Ruzicka (2015) Lessons learned from meteorite public outreach and education in the Pacific Northwest. 46th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #1690.

[CITATION] 2011 Service Award for Richard Norman Pugh (2011) Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 46, 932-934.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Hutson M.L., R.N. Pugh and A. Ruzicka (2011) Meteorites on the road: Taking meteorite science to rural communities. 42nd Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstract #1269.

[ABSTRACT] [POSTER] Hutson M.L., R.N. Pugh and A.M. Ruzicka (2006) Public outreach and education with meteorites involving a museum exhibit, website, and teacher workshops. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXVII, Abstract #1095, Lunar and Planetary Institute.

    FIREBALLS:
[ARTICLE] Pugh R., A. Ruzicka, M. Hutson and B. Schmeer (2004) Eyewitness reports for the June 3, 2004 Pacific Northwest Fireball. Electronic publication by the “June 3, 2004 Fireball project” at http://astrowww.phys.uvic.ca/%7Etatum/fireball/ruzicka.pdf

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Pugh, R.N. (1997) December fireball lights up NW skies.  Oregon Geology 59, 41.

[ABSTRACT] Pugh, R.N. (1995) Electrophonic sound from the Diamond Lake, Oregon, fireball. Meteoritics 30, 563.

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Pugh, R.N. (1995) The Diamond Lake fireball of March 28, 1994.  Oregon Geology 57, 93.

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Pugh, R.N. and S. McAfee (1993) The Chemult fireball of July 1992.  Oregon Geology 55, 90.

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Pugh, R.N. (1993) The Coos Bay fireball of February 24, 1992.  Oregon Geology 55, 22.

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Pugh, R.N. and N. Stratton (1991) Twilight fireball in January.  Oregon Geology 53, 50.

[ABSTRACT] Pugh, R.N. (1990) The Mt. Adams, Washington fireball of January 25, 1989. Meteoritics 25, 400.

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Pugh, R.N. (1990) April fireball lights up Oregon.  Oregon Geology 52, 84.

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Pugh, R.N., D. J. Kraus and B. A. Schmeer (1989) The great Grant County fireball, October 23, 1987. Oregon Geology 51, 111.

[ABSTRACT] Pugh, R. N. and D. J. Kraus.  Grant County Oregon Daylight Fireball of October 23, 1987. Meteoritics 23, 297.

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Pugh, R.N. (1987) The great fireball of September 15, 1986.  Oregon Geology 49, 37

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Kraus, D. J. and R. N. Pugh (1986) December 18, 1985 fireball.  Oregon Geology 48, 34.

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Pugh, R.N. (1986) Fireball sited.  Oregon Geology 48, 22.

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Pugh, R.N. (1982) Daylight fireball, December 16, 1982.  Oregon Geology 44, 81.

[ISSUE with ARTICLE] Pugh, R.N. (1982) December 3, 1981 fireball.  Oregon Geology 44, 69.

   
OTHER:
[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., J. Grossman, A. Bouvier and C. Agee (2017) The Meteoritical Bulletin, No. 103, 244 pp. In Press.

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., J. Grossman, A. Bouvier, C. Herd, and C.B. Agee (2015) The Meteoritical Bulletin, No. 102. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 50, 1662 (248 pp).

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., J. Grossman, A. Bouvier, C.D.K. Herd and C. Agee (2015) The Meteoritical Bulletin, No. 101. Meteorit. Planet Sci. 50, 1661 (136 pp).

[ARTICLE] Ruzicka A., J.N. Grossman and L. Garvie (2014) The Meteoritical Bulletin, No. 100, 2014 June. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 49, E1-E101.

Ruzicka A. (2011) 2011 Service Award for Richard Norman Pugh. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 46, 932-934.

[ABSTRACT] Pugh R.N., M. Hutson and A. Ruzicka (2010) Oregon’s two new meteorites: Morrow County and Fitzwater Pass. Submitted to Oregon Academy of Sciences (Dec. 23, 2010).

Hutson M.(2006) What does it take to classify a meteorite? Meteorite, August 2006, Vol. 12, No. 3, 29-31.

Ruzicka A. (2001) Book Review: “The Moon: Resources, Future Development and Colonization”, by D. Shrunk, B. Sharpe, B. Cooper, and M. Thangavelu. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 36, 474.

Ruzicka A., L.R. Riciputi, L.A. Taylor, G.A. Snyder, J. Greenwood, R.A. Keller, G.P. Bulanova, 3 and H.J. Millidge (1999) Petrogenesis of mantle-derived sulfide inclusions in Yakutian diamonds: Chemical and isotopic disequilibrium during quenching from high temperatures, In 7th International Kimberlite Conference, Cape Town, South Africa, 741- 749.

Ruzicka A. (1998) Book Review: “Dana’s New Mineralogy – The system of mineralogy of James Dwight Dana and Edward Salisbury Dana, Eighth Edition”, edited by R. V. Gaines, H. Catherine, W. Skinner, E.E. Foord, B. Mason and A. Rosenzweig. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 33, 949.

Mechler G., M. Hutson, and R. Marcialis (1995) The Sun and Moon, an Audubon Society Pocket guide, New York: Alfred A. Knopf.

Mechler G., S. Croft, M. Hutson, and R. Marcialis (1995) Planets and their Moons, an Audubon Society Pocket guide, New York: Alfred A. Knopf

Lewis, J.S. and M.L. Hutson (1993) Asteroidal Resource Opportunities Suggested by Meteorite Data. In J. Lewis, M.S. Matthews, and M.L. Guerriera (eds), Resources of Near-Earth Space, Univ. of Arizona Press, 523-542.

Lewis, J.S. and M.L. Hutson (1991) Chemistry of the Solar Nebula. In J.M. Greenberg and V. Pirronello (eds), Chemistry in Space, Kluwer Academic Publishers, 321-338.


 
 

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