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Appendix II :List of Presentations AMERICAN PRESENTATIONS P. Bodenheimer (University of California, Santa Cruz) "Numerical Two-Dimensional Calculations of the Formation of the Solar Nebula" Boss (Carnegie Institution of Washington) "Three-Dimensional Evolution of the Early Solar Nebula" R. Brown (Space Telescope Science Institute) "Progress in Extra-Solar Planet Detection" R. Gehrz (University of Minnesota) "Astrophysical Dust Grains in Stars, the Interstellar Medium, and the Solar System" J. Kasting (Pennsylvania State University) "Runaway Greenhouse Atmospheres: Applications to Earth and Venus" E. Levy (University of Arizona) "Magnetohydrodynamic Puzzles in the Protoplanetary Nebula" R. Pepin (University of Minnesota) "Mass Fractionation and Hydrodynamic Escape" (Presented by D. Hunten) D. Stevenson (California Institute of Technology) "Giant Planets and Their Satellites: What are the Relationships Between Their Properties and How They Formed?" S. Strom (University of Massachusetts, Amherst) "Astrophysical Constraints on the Time Scale for Planet Building" (Presented by T. Donahue and R. Brown) J. Walker (University of Michigan) "Degassing" S. Weidenschilling (Planetary Sciences Institute) "Formation of Planetesimals" 292

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AMERICAN AND SOVIET RESEARCH G. Wetherill (Carnegie Institution of Washington) "Formation of the Terrestrial Planets from Planetesimals" SOVIET PRESENTATIONS 293 A. Basilyevskiy (Vernadskiy Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry) "Venus Geology" A. Lavrukhina (Vernadskiy Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry) "Physical and Chemical Processes at Early Stages of Protoplaneta~y Nebula Evolution" V. Linkin (Institute of Space Research) "Dynamics and Thermal Structure of the Venusian Atmosphere" L. Marochnik (Institute of Space Research) "The Oort Cloud" V. Moroz (Institute of Space Research) "Mars: Evolution of Climate and Atmosphere" L. Mukhin, M. Gerasimov (Institute of Space Research) "The Role of Impact Processes in the Chemical Evolution of the Atmosphere of Primordial Earth" T. Ruzmaikina, A. Makalkin (Schmidt Institute of the Physics of the Earth) "Origin and Evolution of Protoplanetary Discs" V. Safronov (Schmidt Institute of the Physics of the Earth) "Small Bodies of the Solar System and the Rate of Planet Formation" Vityazev, G. Pechernikova (Schmidt Institute of the Physics of the Earth) "The Latest Stage of Accumulation and the Initial Evolution of Planetary Resources" V. Volkov (Vernadskiy Institute of Geochemistry and Analytical Chemistry) "Interaction Between Lithosphere and Atmosphere on Venus" G. Zaslavskiy (Vernadskiy Institute of Geochemist and Analytical Chemistry) "Dynamic Stochasticity of Comets Coming from the Oort Cloud and Numeric Simulation" V. Zharkov, ~ Solomatov (Schmidt Institute of the Physics of the Earth) "Thermal Regime on Venus"

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