Catalogue of Meteorites

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Cambridge University Press, Aug 31, 2000 - Science - 689 pages
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The fifth edition of Catalogue of Meteorites will, like previous editions, become an essential reference volume for all those with an informed interest in meteorites. It is the definitive descriptive list of the British Natural History Museum, which maintains the official world database of all known meteorite falls and finds. It includes the 10,000 new specimens recovered since publication of the fourth edition, including those from Antarctica. An important development is the addition of CD-ROM to accompany the book, which includes greatly expanded information and an important search facility.
  

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Contents

Preface
1
Summary of Meteorites by Classification
7
List of Meteorites by Geographic Location
37
Catalogue of Meteorites
55
Notes for Tables
546
Meteorites recovered from the Nullarbor Region Australia 694
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Monica Grady is Professor of Planetary and Space Sciences in the Planetary and Space Sciences Research Institute (PSSRI), The Open University. Her research focuses on the carbon and nitrogen geochemistry of primitive meteorites and of Martian meteorites. Asteroid (4731) was named Monicagrady in her honor.

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