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Origin and Differentiation of the Earth

This meeting will bring together scientists from all disciplines in order to reconcile views on the internal structure and early chemical evolution of the Earth and the relationship with the formation of the moon.

The Solar system as we know it formed some 4.5 billion years ago. Our understanding of the timescales of planet formation, the material make-up of the Earth, and deep planetary processes has improved dramatically with advances in several broad, largely separate, areas of science - cosmochemistry, extreme conditions and seismology, and the simulation of planetary growth and mixing.


Professor Carl Agee | talks
Professor Robin Canup | talks
Professor Richard Carslon | talks
Professor Tom Duffy | talks
Dr Dan Frost | talks
Professor Alexander Halliday FRS | talks
Professor Andrew Jephcoat | talks
Professor Peter Olson | talks
Professor Hugh O'Neill | talks
Professor David Rubie | talks
Professor David Stevenson | talks
Professor John Woodhouse | talks


Date and Time:

14 September 2007 at 9:00 am


Full Day



The Royal Society
6-9 Carlton House Terrace
+44 20 74 51 2500

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