M101-Energy Resources for Human Settlement in the Solar...

Edited by W. A. Ambrose, J. F. Reilly II, and D. C. Peters


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This Memoir is a comprehensive and integrated review of energy and mineral resources in the Solar System, including materials that can both sustain future manned expeditions and colonies in space and support Earth's energy and critical material challenges in the 21st century and beyond. All long-range programs for human exploration and settlement of the solar system recognize the vital role that extraterrestrial energy and mineral resources must play in support of human habitation of near Earth Space and the Moon, Mars, and the Asteroids. Produced in collaboration with the AAPG Energy Minerals Division and the AAPG Astrogeology Committee, this Memoir reflects AAPG's vision of advancing the science and technology of energy, minerals, and hydrocarbon resources into the future and supporting exploration and development of the ultimate frontier, beyond Earth's atmosphere.

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AAPG Memoir 101

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Product Code:1179
Publisher:AAPG
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ISBN:978-0-89181-382-8
Media:Hardcover, print, full color
Pages:213

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