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Meetings, Activities, and Workshops

June 22 DPS Virtual Professional Development Workshop: Postdoctoral Opportunities in National Labs, Research Institutes & Universities: A Community Conversation

June 24 PCE3 Seminar Series

June 28-July 2 Planetary Data Workshop (abstract deadline April 19)

Aug 10-12 Titan Through Time 5

Aug 30- Sept 1 OPAG

Sept 13-24 EPSC

September 14-17 AbGradCon 2021

Sept 20-23 Global Oceans 2021 (special session on Deep sea exploration and parallels to outer space)

Oct 3-8 DPS

Oct 25, 2021 Modern Brines Across the Solar System

Dec 13-27 AGU

Recent Ocean Worlds Research Publications

Marshall, S.M., Mathis, C., Carrick, E. et al.Identifying molecules as biosignatures with assembly theory and mass spectrometry. Nat Commun 12, 3033 (2021).

Shannon M. MacKenzie et al. The Enceladus Orbilander Mission Concept: Balancing Return and Resources in the Search for Life. Sci. J.2 77 (2021).

Affholder, A., Guyot, F., Sauterey, B. et al.Bayesian analysis of Enceladus’s plume data to assess methanogenesis. Nat Astron (2021).

Buffo et al. 2021. Dynamics of a Solidifying Icy Satellite Shell. JGR: Planets,

Fortunato et al. 2021. Seafloor Incubation Experiment with Deep-Sea Hydrothermal Vent Fluid Reveals Effect of Pressure and Lag Time on Autotrophic Microbial Communities. Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 87 (9) e00078-21; DOI: 10.1128/AEM.00078-21.

Grimm et al. 2021. A Magnetotelluric Instrument for Probing the Interiors of Europa and Other Worlds. Advances in Space Research, 67, no.11,

Morganti et al. 2021. In situ observation of sponge trails suggests common sponge locomotion in the deep central Arctic. Current Biology, 31, issue 8, PR368-RR370.

Trembath-Reichert et al. 2021. Multiple carbon incorporation strategies support microbial survival in cold subseafloor crustal fluids. Science Advances, Vol. 7, no.18, eabg0153; DOI: 10.1126/sciadv.abg0153.

Robinson et al . 2021. Quantifying the extent of amide and peptide bond synthesis across conditions relevant to geologic and planetary environments. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta.

Lobo et al. 2021. A pole-to-equator ocean overturning circulation on Enceladus.  Geosci.14, 185–189.