The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mineralogy, Meteorite, Astrobiology, Olivine and Geochemistry. The study incorporates disciplines such as Interplanetary dust cloud, Projectile and Analytical chemistry in addition to Mineralogy. Christine Floss has included themes like Elemental composition, Silicate and Nuclear chemistry in her Meteorite study.
Her work carried out in the field of Silicate brings together such families of science as Asymptotic giant branch and Chondrite, Presolar grains. Her work in the fields of Astrobiology, such as Comet, Formation and evolution of the Solar System, Solar System and Comet dust, intersects with other areas such as Chemical composition. Her study looks at the relationship between Olivine and fields such as Augite, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems.
Christine Floss spends much of her time researching Geochemistry, Astrobiology, Chondrite, Meteorite and Silicate. In her study, Troilite is strongly linked to Mineralogy, which falls under the umbrella field of Geochemistry. Her study in the field of Comet, Interplanetary dust cloud and Cosmic dust is also linked to topics like Astrochemistry.
Christine Floss usually deals with Comet and limits it to topics linked to Impact crater and Metallurgy. Her Meteorite study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Asymptotic giant branch, Refractory and Petrogenesis. Her Silicate research focuses on Analytical chemistry and how it relates to Allende meteorite and Carbonaceous chondrite.
Her primary areas of investigation include Astrobiology, Chondrite, Cosmic dust, Astrophysics and Impact crater. Her Astrobiology study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Spacecraft and Silicate. The Chondrite study which covers Geochemistry that intersects with Chondrule.
The Cosmic dust study combines topics in areas such as Interplanetary dust cloud, Solar System, Synchrotron and Hypervelocity. In general Astrophysics study, her work on Ejecta and Asymptotic giant branch often relates to the realm of Astrochemistry, thereby connecting several areas of interest. In Spinel, Christine Floss works on issues like Analytical chemistry, which are connected to Mineralogy.
Her primary areas of study are Cosmic dust, Astrobiology, Astrophysics, Astronomy and Synchrotron. Her Cosmic dust research includes elements of Olivine, Interplanetary dust cloud, Solar System, Extraterrestrial materials and Hypervelocity. Astrobiology is closely attributed to Geochemistry in her study.
Her Geochemistry research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Chondrule and Silicate. Her study focuses on the intersection of Astrophysics and fields such as Chondrite with connections in the field of Asymptotic giant branch, Stars and Metallicity. Her Formation and evolution of the Solar System study is concerned with the field of Meteorite as a whole.
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Comet 81P/Wild 2 under a microscope.
Don Brownlee;Peter Tsou;Jérôme Aléon;Conel M O'd Alexander.
Isotopic Compositions of Cometary Matter Returned by Stardust
Kevin D. McKeegan;Jerome Aléon;John Bradley;Donald Brownlee.
Impact features on Stardust : implications for Comet 81P/Wild 2 dust
Friedrich Horz;Ron Bastien;Janet Borg;John P. Bradley.
Elemental Compositions of Comet 81P/Wild 2 Samples Collected by Stardust
George J. Flynn;Pierre Bleuet;Janet Borg;John P. Bradley.
Identification of isotopically primitive interplanetary dust particles: A NanoSIMS isotopic imaging study
Christine Floss;Frank J. Stadermann;John P. Bradley;Zu Rong Dai.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2006)
Mineral inclusions in microdiamonds and macrodiamonds from kimberlites of Yakutia: a comparative study
N.V. Sobolev;A.M. Logvinova;D.A. Zedgenizov;Y.V. Seryotkin.
Chemical alteration and REE mobilization in meteorites from hot and cold deserts
Ghislaine Crozaz;Christine Floss;Meenakshi Wadhwa.
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta (2003)
Evidence for interstellar origin of seven dust particles collected by the Stardust spacecraft
Andrew J. Westphal;Rhonda M. Stroud;Hans A. Bechtel;Frank E. Brenker.
Carbon and Nitrogen Isotopic Anomalies in an Anhydrous Interplanetary Dust Particle
Christine Floss;Frank J. Stadermann;John Bradley;Zu Rong Dai.
Microbial community dynamics and stability during an ammonia-induced shift to syntrophic acetate oxidation.
Jeffrey J. Werner;Marcelo L. Garcia;Sarah D. Perkins;Kevin E. Yarasheski.
Applied and Environmental Microbiology (2014)
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