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Hyperspectral data measurements and analysis to support planetary explorationPICO session
Convener: Cristian Carli 
Co-Conveners: Giovanna Serventi , Alessandro Maturilli , Kerri Donaldson Hanna , Pierre Beck 
Session details
 / Tue, 25 Apr, 13:30–17:00  / PICO spot 3
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Tuesday, 25 Apr 2017
PICO spot 3
Chairperson: Donaldson Hanna K., Maturilli A.
13:30–13:32 PICO3.1
The role of very fine sizes in reflectance spectroscopy: new understanding for the interpretation of the finest fractions of regolith. Applications to the lunar regolith.
Giovanna Serventi, Cristian Carli, and Maria Sgavetti
13:32–13:34 PICO3.2
Synthetic and natural plagioclases: iron variations and its influence on VNIR reflectance spectra
Cristian Carli, Andrea Orlando, Daniele Borini, Gabriele Giuli, Giovanna Serventi, Giovanni Pratesi, and Maria Sgavetti
13:34–13:36 PICO3.3
VNIR reflectance spectroscopy of natural carbonate rocks: implication for remote sensing identification of fault damage zones
Anna Traforti, Giovanna Mari, Cristian Carli, Matteo Demurtas, Matteo Massironi, and Giulio Di Toro
13:36–13:38 PICO3.4
Temperature-dependent VNIR spectroscopy of hydrated Na-carbonates
Federico Tosi, Cristian Carli, Simone De Angelis, Pierre Beck, Olivier Brissaud, Bernard Schmitt, Fabrizio Capaccioni, Maria Cristina De Sanctis, and Giuseppe Piccioni
13:38–13:40 PICO3.5
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Determining the source locations of martian meteorites: Hapke mixture models applied to CRISM simulated data of igneous mineral mixtures and martian meteorites
Jennifer Harris and Peter Grindrod
13:40–13:42 PICO3.6
A Review of Laboratory Experiments in Support of Interpretation of Hyperspectral Data from the Mars South Polar Residual Cap
Jacqueline Campbell, Panagiotis Sidiropoulos, and Jan Peter Muller
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Coffee break
Chairperson: Serventi G., Carli C.
15:30–15:32 PICO3.1
Simulating Near-Surface Environments of Solar System Bodies in the Laboratory
Kerri Donaldson Hanna and Neil Bowles
15:32–15:34 PICO3.2
Size Matters: FTIR Spectral Analysis of Apollo Regolith Samples Exhibits Grain Size Dependence.
Dayl Martin, Katherine Joy, John Pernet-Fisher, Roy Wogelius, Andreas Morlok, and Harald Hiesinger
15:34–15:36 PICO3.3
Systematic study of parameters influencing spectral behavior of laboratory mixtures
Francesca Mancarella, Sergio Fonti, Giulia Alemanno, Vincenzo Orofino, and Marcella D'Elia
15:36–15:38 PICO3.4
Laboratory experiments on ammoniated clay minerals with relevance for asteroid (1) Ceres
Simone De Angelis, Stefania Stefani, Maria Cristina De Sanctis, Giuseppe Piccioni, and Eleonora Ammannito
15:38–15:40 PICO3.5
VNIR reflectance spectroscopy of glassy igneous material with variable oxidation states
Cristian Carli, Danilo Di Genova, Ted L. Roush, Werner Ertel-Ingrisch, Fabrizio Capaccioni, and Donald B. Dingwell
15:40–15:42 PICO3.6
Directional emissivity and reflectance: dependence on emergence angle
Alessandro Maturilli and Jörn Helbert
15:42–15:44 PICO3.7
Infrared spectroscopy of Mercury analogue materials under simulated Mercury surface temperature conditions
Maximilian Reitze, Andreas Morlok, Harald Hiesinger, Iris Weber, and Aleksandra Stojic
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