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Fred Ciesla's Publications

Articles in Peer Reviewed Journals


Ciesla, F. J., G. D. Mulders, I. Pascucci, and D. Apai (2015) Volatile Delivery to Planets from Water-rich Planetesimals around Low Mass Stars. Astrophysical Journal. IN PRESS. (pdf)

Ciesla, F. J. (2015) Sulfurization of Iron in the Dynamic Solar Nebula and Implications for Planetary Compositions. Astrophysical Journal Letters, 800, L6. (pdf)

Bland, P. A., G. S. Collins, T. M. Davison, N. M. Abreu, F. J. Ciesla, A. R. Muxworthy, and J. Moore (2014) Pressure-Temperature Evolution of Primordial Solar System Solids During Impact-Induced Compaction. Nature Communications 5, #5451. DOI: 10.1038/ncomms6451
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Davison, T. M., F. J. Ciesla, G. S. Collins, and D. Elbeshauen (2014) The Effect of Impact Obliquity on Shock Heating in Planetesimal Collisions. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 49, 2252-2265. DOI: 10.1111/maps.12394. (pdf)

F. J. Ciesla (2014) The Phases of Water Ice in the Solar Nebula. Astrophysical Journal Letters 784, L1. (pdf)

R. Fischer and F. J. Ciesla (2014) Dynamics of the terrestrial planets from a large number of N-body simulations. Earth & Planetary Science Letters 392, 48-58. (pdf)

F. J. Ciesla, T. M. Davison, G. S. Collins, and D. P. O'Brien (2013). Thermal Consequences of Impacts in the Early Solar System. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 48, 2559-2576. (pdf)

Davison, T. M., D. P. O'Brien, F. J. Ciesla, and G. S. Collins (2013) The Early Impact Histories of Meteorite Parent Bodies. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 48, 1894-918. (pdf)

L. Yang, F. J. Ciesla, and C.M.O'D. Alexander (2013) The D/H Ratio of Water in a Forming and Evolving Protoplanetary Disk. Icarus 226, 256-267. (pdf)

D. S. Abbot, N. B. Cowan, and F. J. Ciesla (2012). Indication of Insensitivity of Planetary Weathering Behavior and Habitable Zone to Surface Land Fraction. Astrophysical Journal 756, #178. (pdf)

T. M. Davison, F. J. Ciesla, and G. S. Collins (2012). Post-Impact Thermal Evolution of Planetesimals. Geochemica et Cosmochimica Acta 95, 252-269. (pdf)

F. J. Ciesla and S. A. Sandford (2012). Organic Synthesis on Ice Grains in the Solar Nebula. Science 336, 452-454. (pdf)

A. V. Fedkin, L. Grossman, F. J. Ciesla, and S. B. Simon (2012). Mineralogical and Isotopic Constraints on Chondrule Formation from Shock Wave Thermal Histories. Geochemica et Cosmochimica Acta 87, 81-116. (pdf)

L. Yang and F. J. Ciesla (2012). The Effects of Disk Building on the Distributions of Refractory Materials in the Solar Nebula. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 47, 99-119. (pdf)

F. J.Ciesla (2011). Residence Times of Particles in Diffusive Protoplanetary Disk Environments II. Radial Motions and Dust Annealing. Astrophysical Journal 740, #9. (pdf)

K. Makide, K. Nagashima, A. N. Krot, G. R. Huss, F. J. Ciesla, E. Hellebrand, E. Gaidos, and L. Yang (2011). Heterogeneous Distribution of 26Al at the Birth of the Solar System. Astrophysical Journal 733, L31. (pdf)

B. Jacobsen, J. Matzel, I. D. Hutcheon, A. N. Krot, Q-Z. Yin, K. Nagashima, E. C. Ramon, P. K. Weber, H. A. Ishii, and F. J. Ciesla (2011). Formation of Short-Lived Radionuclides in the Protoplanetary Disk During Late-Stage Irradiation of a Volatile-Rich Reservoir. Astrophysical Journal 731, L28(5pp). (pdf)

F. J. Ciesla (2010) Residence Times of Particles in Diffusive Protoplanetary Disk Environments I. Vertical Motions. Astrophysical Journal 723 514-529. (pdf)

F. J. Ciesla (2010) The Distributions and Ages of Refractory Objects in the Solar Nebula. Icarus 208, 455-467. (pdf)

A. N. Krot, K. Nagashima, F. J. Ciesla, B. S. Meyer, I. D. Hutcheon, A. M. Davis, G. R. Huss, and E. R. D. Scott (2010) Oxygen Isotopic Composition of the Sun and Mean Oxygen Isotopic Composition of the Protosolar Silicate Dust: Evidence from Refractory Inclusions. Astrophysical Journal 713, 1159-1166. (pdf)

T. M. Davison, G. S. Collins, and F. J. Ciesla (2010) Numerical Modeling of Heating in Porous Planetesimals Icarus 208, 468-481. (pdf)

F. J. Ciesla (2009) Dynamics of High-Temperature Materials Delivered by Jets to the Outer Solar Nebula. Meteoritics and Planetary Science v.44, 1663-1673. (pdf)

N. Ouellette, S. J. Desch, M. Bizzarro, A. P. Boss, F. J. Ciesla, and B. Meyer (2009) Injection Mechanism of Short-Lived Radionuclides and Their Homogenization. Geochemica et Cosmochemica Acta 73, 4946-4962. (pdf)

A. N. Krot, Y. Amelin, P. Bland, F. J. Ciesla, J. Connelly, A. M. Davis, G. R. Huss, I. D. Hutcheon, K. Makide, K. Nagashima, L. E. Nyquist, S. S. Ruessell, E. R. D. Scott, K. Thrane, H. Yurimoto, and Q.-Z. Yin (2009) Origin and Chronology of Chondritic Components: A Review. Geochemica et Cosmochemica Acta 73, 4963-4997 (pdf)

J. R. Lyons, E. Bergin, F. J. Ciesla, A. M. Davis, S. J. Desch, K. Hashizume, T. Ireland. J.-E. Lee and R. A. Marcus (2009) Timescales for the Evolution of Oxygen Isotopic Compositions in the Solar Nebula. Geochemica et Cosmochemica Acta 73, 4998-5017. (pdf)

F. J. Ciesla (2009) The Two-Dimensional Transport of Solids in Viscous Protoplanetary Disks. Icarus 200, 655-671. (pdf)

M.A. Morris, S.J. Desch, and F.J. Ciesla (2009) Cooling of Dense Gas by H2O Line Emission and an Assessment of Its Effects in Chondrule-Forming Shocks. Astrophysical Journal 691, 320-331. (pdf)

F.J. Ciesla (2008) . Radial Transport in the Solar Nebula: Implications for the Depletion of Moderately Volatile Elements in Chondritic Meteorites. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 43, 639-655. (pdf)

C.M.O'D. Alexander, J.N. Grossman, D.S. Ebel, and F.J. Ciesla (2008) The Formation Conditions of Chondrules and Chondrites. Science 320, 1617-1619. (pdf)

F.J. Ciesla (2008) Observing Our Origins. Science 319, 1488-1489. (pdf)

F.J. Ciesla (2007) Outward Transport of High-Temperature Materials Around the Midplane of the Solar Nebula. Science 318, 613-615. (pdf)

F.J. Ciesla (2007) Dust Coagulation and Settling in Layered Protoplanetary Disks. Astrophysical Journal 654, L159-L162. (pdf)

F.J. Ciesla (2006) Chondrule Collisions Behind Shock Waves. Meteoritics and Planetary Science. 41, 1347-1359. (pdf)

F.J. Ciesla and J.N. Cuzzi (2006) The Evolution of the Water Distribution in a Viscous Protoplanetary Disk. Icarus 181, 178-204. (pdf)

M.A. Pasek, J.A. Milsom, F.J. Ciesla, D.S. Lauretta, C.S. Sharp, and J.I. Lunine (2005) Sulfur Chemistry with Time-Varying Oxygen Abundance During Solar System Formation. Icarus 175, 1-14. (pdf)

F.J. Ciesla and D.S. Lauretta (2005) The Radial Migration and Dehydration of Phyllosilicates in the Solar Nebula. Earth & Planetary Science Letters 231, 1-8. (pdf)

F.J. Ciesla, L.L. Hood, and S.J. Weidenschilling (2004) Evaluating Planetesimal Bow Shocks as Possible Sites for Chondrule Formation. Meteoritics and Planetary Sciences 39, 1809-1821. (pdf)

F.J. Ciesla, D.S. Lauretta, and L.L. Hood (2004) The Frequency of Compound Chondrules and Implications for Chondrule Formation. Meteoritics and Planetary Sciences 39, 531-544. (pdf)

F.J. Ciesla, D.S. Lauretta, B.A. Cohen, and L.L. Hood (2003) A Nebular Origin for Chondritic Fine-Grained Phyllosilicates. Science 299, 549-552. (pdf)

F.J. Ciesla and L.L. Hood (2002) The Nebular Shock Wave Model for Chondrule Formation: Shock Processing in a Particle-Gas Suspension. Icarus v.158, 281-293. (pdf)

L.L Hood and F.J. Ciesla (2001) The Scale Size of Chondrule Formation Regions: Constraints Imposed by Chondrule Cooling Rates. Meteoritics and Planetary Sciences 36, 1571-1585. (pdf)


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Book Chapters


Krot, A. N., C. M. OD. Alexander, K. Nagashima, F. J. Ciesla, W. Fujiya, and L. Bonal (2015) Aqueous Activity and Sources of Water on the Chondrite Parent Asteroids. In Asteroids IV (P. Michel, W. Bottke, F. DeMeo Eds.) University of Arizona Press. Tucson. In Press.

A. M. Davis, C. M. O'D. Alexander, F. J. Ciesla, M. Gounelle, A. N. Krot, M. I. Petaev, T. Stephan (2014) Samples of the Solar System: Recent Developments. In Protostars and Planets VI (C. Dullemond Ed.) University of Arizona Press, Tucson. In Press.

A. P. Boss and F. J. Ciesla (2013) The Solar Nebula. In Treatise on Geochemistry Volume 1: Meteorites, Comets, and Planets (A. M. Davis, Ed.) Elsevier Science, Amsterdam.

F.J. Ciesla and C.P. Dullemond (2010) Evolution of Protoplanetary Disk Structures. In Protoplanetary Dust: The Astrochemical and Cosmochemical Perspectives (D. Apai and D.S. Lauretta, Editors). Cambridge University Press, Cambridge. pp. 66-96.

L. Grossman, J.R. Beckett, A.V. Fedkin, S.B. Simon, and F.J. Ciesla (2008) Redox Conditions in the Solar Nebula: Observational, Theoretical, and Experimental Constraints. In Oxygen in Earliest Solar System Materials and Processes (G. Macpherson, Editor). Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry Series, Mineralogical Society of America, Chantilly. pp. 93-140.

F.J. Ciesla and S.B. Charnley (2006) The Physics and Chemistry of Nebular Evolution. In Meteorites and the Early Solar System II (D.S. Lauretta and H.Y. McSween Jr., Editors). University of Arizona Press, Tucson. pp. 209-232.

J.N. Cuzzi, F.J. Ciesla, M.I Petaev, A.N. Krot, E.R.D. Scott, and S.J. Weidenscilling (2005) Nebular Evolution of Thermally Processed Solids: Reconciling Models and Meteorites. In Chondrites and the Protoplanetary Disk (A.N Krot, E.R.D. Scott, and B. Reipurth, Editors). ASP Conference Series vol. 341, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, San Francisco. pp. 732-773.

F.J. Ciesla (2005) Chondrule-forming Processes: An Overview. In Chondrites and the Protoplanetary Disk (A.N Krot, E.R.D. Scott, and B. Reipurth, Editors). ASP Conference Series vol. 341, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, San Francisco. pp. 811-820.

S.J. Desch, F.J. Ciesla, L. L. Hood, and T. Nakamoto (2005) Heating of Chondritic Materials in Solar Nebula Shocks. In Chondrites and the Protoplanetary Disk (A.N Krot, E.R.D. Scott, and B. Reipurth, Editors). ASP Conference Series vol. 341, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, San Francisco. pp. 849-872.

L.L. Hood, F.J. Ciesla, and S.J. Weidenschilling (2005) Chondrule Formation in Planetesimal Bow Shocks: Heating and Cooling Rates. In Chondrites and the Protoplanetary Disk (A.N Krot, E.R.D. Scott, and B. Reipurth, Editors). ASP Conference Series vol. 341, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, San Francisco. pp. 873-882.