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Ловец метеоритов

Name:
Alexander san_diegan
Birthdate:
23 November 1954
Schools:
From St. Petersburg. University scientist. Field: history of the early Solar system. Main interests: music (mostly classical), rafting, travelling, dining, meeting friends.

Former Principal Investigator for NASA Cosmochemistry and Planetary Geology and Geophysics programs.

Author and reviewer for journals Science, Nature, Geochemica et Cosmochemica Acta, Meteoritics and Planetary Science, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Physical Review Letter, Astrophysical Journal and others.

Reviewer of grant proposals for NASA and ETF (Swiss Scientific Agency).

Public Outreach.
Первый бас-гитарист "Аквариума" :)

Selected publications (for some - up to one-two or more hundred citations according Thomson-Reuters scientific index)

Shukolyukov A. and Lugmair G.W. (1993). Live iron-60 in the early solar system. Science 259:1138-1142.

Shukolyukov A. and G.W. Lugmair (1993) Fe-60 in eucrites. Earth and Planetary Sci. Lett. , vol. 119, no. 1-2, p. 159-166.

Lugmair G.W. and Shukolyukov A. (1998). Early solar system timescales according to 53Mn-53Cr systematics. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 62:2863-2886.

Shukolyukov A. and Lugmair G.W. (1998.) Isotope evidence for the Cretaceous-Tertiary impactor and its type. Science 282:927-929.

Shukolyukov A. and Lugmair G.W. (2000) On the 53Mn heterogeneity in the early solar system. Space Science Reviews, 92: 225-236.

Shukolyukov A., Kyte F.T., Lugmair G.W., and Lowe D.R. (2000) The oldiest impact deposits on Earth - first confirmation of an extraterestrial component. In Impacts and the Early Earth (I. Gilmour and C. Koeberl, eds.) Springer-Verlag Lecture Notes in Earth Sciences, Heidelberg, v. 92: 99-116.

Lugmair G.W. and Shukolyukov A. (2001) The Leonard Award Address: Presented 2000 August 30, Chicago, Illinois, USA: Early solar system events and timescales. Meteoritics & Planet. Sci. 36: 1017-1026.

Shukolyukov A. and Lugmair G.W. (2002) Chronology of asteroid accretion and differentiation. in Bottke W.F., Jr, Cellino A., Paolicci P. Binzel R.P., eds, Asteroids III, The University of Arizona Press, Tucson, pp. 687-695.

Shukolyukov A. and Lugmair G.W. (2003) Manganese-chromium isotope systematics of enstatite meteorites. Geochim. et Cosmochim. Acta 68: 2875-2888.

Kyte F.T., Shukolyukov A., Lugmair G.W., Lowe D.R., and Byerly G.R. (2003). Early Archean spherule beds: Chromium isotopes confirm origin from multiple impacts of projectiles of carbonaceous chondrites type. Geology 31:283-286.

Maier W.D., Andreoli M., McDonald I., Higgins M.D., Boyce A.J., Shukolyukov A., Lugmair G.W., Ashwal L.D., Graeser P., Ripley E., and Hart R. (2006) Discovery of an asteroid clast in the Morokweng impact melt sheet, South Africa. Nature 441: 203-206.

Shukolyukov A. and Lugmair G.W. (2006) Manganese–chromium isotope systematics of carbonaceous chondrites. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 250: 200-213.

Kyte F.T., Shukolyukov A, Hildebrant A.R., Lugmair G.W., Hanova J. (2011) Chromium isotopes in Late Eocene impact spherules indicate a likely asteroid belt provenance. Earth and Planet. Sci. Lett., 302:279-286.

Tredoux M., Roelofse F., and Shukolyukov A. (2014) A Cr isotopic study of the Bon Accord NiO body in the Barberton greenstone belt, South Africa. Chemical Geology 390:182-190.

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