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NASA University of Arizona, Steward Observatory National Optical Astronomy Observatory

Astrobiology Graduate Conference

January 7-10, 2004

A conference organized for and by graduate students working in the many fields encompassed by the study of Astrobiology

Sponsored by the NASA Astrobiology Institute
University of Arizona, Steward Observatory and
National Optical Astronomy Observatory

To be held in Tucson, AZ, at the University of Arizona and Marriott Hotel

Invited Posters

John Armstrong, Weber
Questions in Astrobiology: Solved
William Brazelton, UW-Seattle
Molecular and Organismal Characterization of Microbiological Communitites
Irma Chavez, Nitrogen Fixation Research Center, UNAM
The Early Evolution of Simple Sequences and Genome Size
Eduardo de la Fuente, Dpto. de Fisica., Univ. de Guad.
High Resolution Radio Observations of Maser Clumps
Melanie Freed, U of A
A 5-micron Camera for the Detection of Giant Exoplanets
Jessica Goin, Portland State
RAMAN Characterization of Modern Microbial Communitites in Siliceous Sinter
Shawn Goldman, PSU
Hematite Stability in an Anoxic Atmosphere
Orion Johnson, U. South. CA
The Geobiology of Ultrabasic Springs on a Serpentinizing Peridotide in Sonoma County, CA
Timothy Riedel, UT
Directed Evolution of a Halotolerant E. Coli
Scott Sheppard, UH
Small Outer Solar System Objects as a Source of Water
Alexander Smirnov, SUNY
Ammonium Immobilization in Ocean Floor Rocks and Minerals
Steve Vance, UW-Seattle
A Lost City on Europa?
Achim Herrmann, PSU
Middle Ordovician (Caradoc) Global Paleobiogeography: Constraining OGCM Results and Implications for the Late Ordovician Mass Extinction
Armeda VanDam, Rice
Kelly Smith, Clemson U

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