Benjamin P. Weiss, Professor of Planetary Sciences

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Ph.D., Planetary Science and Geology, California Institute of Technology

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Benjamin Weiss studies the evolution and history of the terrestrial planets and small bodies with particular interests in paleomagnetism and geomagnetism, planetary geophysics, meteoritics, and planetary paleoclimate and habitability.

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Benjamin Weiss
Massachusetts Institute of Technology 54-814
77 Massachusetts Avenue
Cambridge, MA 02139 USA

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617-324-0224 (office)

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Bradley, K., B. P. Weiss, R. Buick (2014) Records of geomagnetism, climate, and tectonics across a Paleoarchean erosion surface, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett, submitted

Black, B. A., B. P. Weiss, L. T. Elkins-Tanton, R. V. Veselovskiy, and A. Latyshev (2014) Phreatomagmatism during the eruption of the Siberian Traps, Geol. Soc. Am. Bull., submitted

Tian, B. Y., S. Stanley, S. M. Tikoo, B. P. Weiss (2014) A precession-driven lunar dynamo, , submitted

Garrick-Bethell, I., B. P. Weiss, D. L. Shuster, S. M. Tikoo (2014) Further evidence for early lunar magnetism from troctolite 76535, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., submitted

Cournède, C., J. Gattacceca, M. Gounelle, P. Rochette, B. P. Weiss, B. Zanda (2014) An early solar system magnetic field recorded in CM chondrites, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett., submitted

Fu, R., B. P. Weiss, E. A. Lima, R. J. Harrison, X.-N. Bai, D. S. Ebel, C. Suavet, H. Wang, D. Glenn, D. Le Sage, T. Kasama, S. J. Desch, R. L. Walsworth, A. T. Kuan (2014) Nebular paleomagnetism, , submitted

Weiss, B. P. and S. M. Tikoo (2014) The lunar dynamo, , submitted

Lima, E. A., A. C. Bruno, H. R. Carvalho, and B. P. Weiss Scanning magnetic tunnel junction microscope for high-resolution imaging of remanent magnetization fields, Meas. Sci. Technol., in press

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