Publications

Journal Articles & Conference Proceedings
 
-2017-
 
12. “Multi-mode Li diffusion in natural zircons” Tang M., Rudnick R. L., McDonough W. F., Bose M., Goreva Y. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 474, 110-119.
 
11. “Carbon fixation from mineral carbonates” Guida B. S., Bose M., and Garcia-Pichel F. Nature Communications, doi:10.1038/s41467-017-00703-4.
 
10. “Rapid cooling and cold storage in the silicic magma reservoir recorded in individual crystals” Rubin A. E., Cooper K. M., Till C. B., Kent A. J. R., Costa F., Bose M., Gravley D., Deering C., and Cole J. Science 356, 1154-1156. 
 
9. “A XANES and Raman investigation of sulfur speciation and structural order in Murchison and Allende meteorites” Bose M., Root R., and Pizzarello S. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 52, 546–559.
-2015-
8. “The long cosmic path of reduced nitrogen towards Earth” Pizzarello S and Bose M. The Astrophysical Journal, 814, 107-114.
-2014-
7. “Assessment of alteration processes on circumstellar and interstellar grains in QUE 97416” Bose M., Zega T. J., and Williams P. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 399, 128-138.
 
-2013-
6. “Stardust investigation into the CR chondrite GRV 021710” Xuchao Z., Floss C., Yangtin L., and Bose M. The Astrophysical Journal 769, 49-65.
 
-2012-
 
5. “Circumstellar and interstellar material in the CO3 chondrite ALHA77307: An isotopic and elemental investigation” Bose M., Floss C., Stadermann F. J., Stroud R., and Speck A. K. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 93, 77-101.
 
-2010-
 
4. “Stardust material in the paired enstatite chondrites: SAH 97096 and SAH 97159” Bose M., Zhao X., Floss C., Stadermann F. J., and Lin Y. Proceedings of Nuclei in the cosmos XI, NIC XI_138.
 
3. “An Investigation into the origin of Fe-rich presolar silicates in Acfer 094” Bose M., Floss C., and Stadermann F. J. The Astrophysical Journal 714, 1624–1636.
 
-2009-
 
2. “The use of Auger spectroscopy for the in situ elemental characterization of sub-micrometer presolar grains” Stadermann F. J., Floss C., Bose M., and Lea A. S. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 44, 1033–1049.
 
-2008-
 
1. “Circumstellar Fe oxide from the Acfer 094 carbonaceous chondrite” Floss C., Stadermann F. J., and Bose M. Astrophysical Journal 672, 1266–1271.
 
Popular Article
 
“Silicate Stardust grains identified in the meteorite Acfer 094” — Meteorite magazine
 
Abstracts
-2018-

54. “Hydrodynamic simulations of thermonuclear runaways on CO and ONe white dwarfs: 7Be production and the growth of the Chandrashekhar Limit” Starrfield S., Bose M., Iliadis C., Hix W. R., Woodward C., Wagner R., Jose J., and Hemanz M. European Week of Astronomy and Space Science 2018.

53. “NanoSIMS investigation of microstromatolite laminations” Zaloumis J., Bose M., and Farmer J. Geobiology Gordon Research Conference 2018.

-2017-

52. “Correlated isotopic anomalies associated with organic matter in meteorites” Bose M. , Zega T. J. , Haenecour P. , and Domanik K. Habitable Worlds 2017: A Systems Science Workshop, Abstract # 4033.

51. “Origin of volatile elements in the solar system: Insight from the elemental composititon and functional chemistry of organic matter in carbonaceous chondrites” Haenecour P., Zega T. J. , Howe Y. J., Bose M., and Wallace P. Habitable Worlds 2017: A Systems Science Workshop.

50. “Correlated deuterium and nitrogen isotopic enrichments in meteoritic organic matter” Bose M. , Zega T. J. , Haenecour P. , and Domanik K. 80th Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Abstract #6033.

49. “Sulfur speciation in Graves Nunataks GRA 95229 and Murchison: Similarities and differences” Bose M. and Root R. 80th Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Abstract #6339.

48. “Electron Energy-Loss Spectroscopy of deuterium-rich organic matter in the CM chondrite QUE 97990Haenecour P., Zega T. J. , Bose M., Howe Y. J. 80th Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Abstract #6138.

47. “Hydrodynamic simulations of classical novae: Accretion onto CO white dwarfs as SN Ia progenitors” Starrfield S., Bose M., Iliadis C., Hix W. R., Jose J., and Hemanz M. American Astronomical Society Meeting, Abstract #2727618.

46. “Coordinated X-ray, ion, and electron microanalysis approach towards understanding the earliest-formed solids in the Solar System” Mane P., Wallace S., Bose M., Domanik K., Zega T. J., and Wadhwa M. Microscopy and Microanalysis meeting, Reference Number: 0015_0024_004514.

-2016-

45. “Clinopyroxene diffusion chronometry of the Scaup lake Rhyolite. Yellowstone Caldera, WY” Brugman K., Till C.B., and Bose M. EOS AGU Fall Meeting Abstract V13F-02, San Francisco, CA.

44. “Al-Mg systematics of Wark-Lovering rims around refractory inclusion from the NWA 5028 CR2 chondrite” Mane P., Bose M., and Wadhwa M. 79th Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Abstract #6238.

43. “D/H ratios and water contents in Eucrite minerals: Implications for the source and abundance of water on Vesta” Stephant A., Hervig R., Bose M., and Wadhwa M. 79th Meteoritics & Planetary Science.

42. “Mechanism of Li diffusion in zircons” Tang M., Rudnick R. L., McDonough W. F., Trail D., Bose M. Goldschmidt Conference, Abstract #3074.

41. “Formation timescales of Wark-Lovering rims around Calcium-Aluminum Inclusions” Mane P., Bose M., Defouilloy C., Kita N. T., MacPherson G. J., and Wadhwa M. Lunar & Planetary Science 47.

40. “Nitrogen and carbon isotopic variations in several carbonaceous chondrites – A hunt for the carrier phases” Bose M., Zega T. J., and Domanik K. Abstract # 1671, Lunar & Planetary Science 47.

39. “Sulfur speciation in Murchison using micro-XRF and micro-XANES” Bose M. and Root R. Abstract # 1571, Lunar & Planetary Science 47.

38. “Secondary ion mass spectrometry at Arizona State University” Bose M., Hervig R. L., Williams L. B., and Williams P. Abstract # 1452, Lunar & Planetary Science 47.

-2015-

37. “Development of clinopyroxene as an igneous geospeedometer using NanoSIMS” Brugman K. K., Christy T., Bose M., and Hervig R. L. 2015 AGU meeting, Abstract #8269.

36. “Trace element abundances in Wark-Lovering rims of CAIs from a CV3 meteorite: Implications for Their Chronology” Mane P., Hervig R., Bose M. and Wadhwa M. 78th Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Abstract #5327.

35. “Sulfur compounds detected by XANES in Murchison and Allende” Bose M., Root R. and Pizzarello S. 78th Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Abstract #5260.

34. “Characterizing the contents of nanopores in Black Shale using Nano‐secondary Ion Mass Spectrometry” Williams L and Bose M. Euroclay Conference, Edinburgh, 2015.

33. “Nitrogen anomalies in carbonaceous meteorites: Imprints from a Solar System process?” Bose M. and Pizzarello S. Astrobiology Science Conference, Chicago, Abstract #7088.

32. “Resolved time difference between Calcium Aluminum Rich Inclusions and their Wark Lovering rims Inferred from Al-Mg chronology of two inclusions from a CV3 carbonaceous chondrite” Mane P., Bose M. and Wadhwa M. Lunar & Planetary Science 46, Abstract #2898.

-2014-

31. “A redesigned cesium source for Cameca SIMS instruments” Williams P and Bose M. 26th Annual Workshop on SIMS.

30. “Nitrogen isotopic anomalies in soluble and insoluble organic matter in primitive meteorites” Bose M., Pizzarello S, Williams L., and Williams P. Gordon research Conference “Origins of Life”.

29. “Presolar silicates as tracers of the formation of fine-grained chondrule rims in CO3 Chondrite” Haenecour P., Floss C., Joliff B. L., Zega T. J., Bose M., Carpenter P. Lunar & Planetary Science 45, Abstract #1316.

28. “Boron isotope measurements of oil shale and coal combustion products” Williams L., Bose, M., and Anderson J. Goldschmidt Conference.

-2013-

27. “Tackling key problems in Cosmochemistry, Atmospheric Sciences, and Microbiology with the NanoSIMS” Bose M. and Williams P. 25th Annual Workshop on SIMS.

26. “SIMS studies at Arizona State University” Williams P., Bose M., and Franzreb K. 14th International Symposium on SIMS and Related Techniques Based on Ion-Solid Interactions.

25. “A large presolar oxide grain identified in Allende CV3 chondrite” Bose M., Zega T. J., Andronokov A., and Williams P. Lunar & Planetary Science 44, Abstract #3024.

24. “Effects of secondary processes on the circumstellar and interstellar grains in QUE 97416” Bose M., Zega T. J., and Williams P. Lunar & Planetary Science 44, Abstract #2718.

-2012-

23. “Sulfur isotopic compositions of individual aerosol particles from below and within stratocumulus clouds over the southeast Paci c ocean during VOCALS” Bose M., Anderson J. R., Twohy C. H., and Williams P. American Geophysical Union Meeting 45, Abstract 1502227.

22. “Nitrogen assimilation by single cells in hot springs” Poret-Peterson A., Romaniello S., Bose M., Williams P., Elser J., Shock E., Anbar A., and Hartnett H. American Geophysical Union Meeting 45, Abstract 1502069.

21. “A search for circumstellar and interstellar material in CO3 QUE 97416 ” Bose M. and Williams P. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 47, #5348.

20. “Isotopic mapping of meteorites with the NanoSIMS” Bose M. and Williams P. Annual Workshop on SIMS 24.

-2011-

19. “The NanoSIMS50L at Arizona State University: An update” Bose M. and Williams P. Biennial Geochemical SIMS Workshop 6.

18. “The use of Auger spectroscopy for in situ elemental characterization with sub-micrometer spatial resolution: applications and outlook” Bose M. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 46, accepted.

17. “Non-equilibrium presolar condensates in primitive meteorites” Bose M., Floss C., and Stadermann F. J. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 46, A26.

16. “C and N imaging in the EH3 chondrite SAH 97159” Bose M., Zhao X., Floss C., Stadermann F. J., and Lin Y. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 46, A27.

15. “The stardust investigation into the CR2 chondrite GRV 021710” Zhao X., Floss C., Stadermann F. J., Lin Y., and Bose M. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 46, A261.

14. “Carbonaceous N-anomalous grains in the CO3.0 meteorite ALHA77307” Bose M., Floss C., and Stadermann F. J. Lunar & Planetary Science 42, Abstract #1444.

13. “Continued investigation of presolar silicate grains in the carbonaceous chondrite Ningqiang”Zhao X., Floss C., Stadermann F. J., Bose M., and Lin Y. Lunar & Planetary Science 42, Abstract #1982.

-2010-

12. “Nitrogen isotopic anomalies in ALHA77307” Bose M., Floss C., and Stadermann F. J. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 45, A19.

11. “Investigation of presolar silicate grains from enstatite chondrites” Zhao X., Bose M., Floss C., Stadermann F. J., and Lin Y. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 45, A224.

10. “Stardust material in the meteorite SAH 97096” Bose M., Floss C., and Stadermann F. J. 11th Symposium on Nuclei in the Cosmos, 138.

9. “The origin of presolar silica grains in AGB stars” Bose M., Floss C., Stadermann F. J., Stroud R. M. Lunar & Planetary Science 41, Abstract #1812.

8 “Characterization of presolar grains from the carbonaceous chondrite Ningqiang” Zhao X., Stadermann F. J., Floss C., Bose M., and Lin Y. Lunar & Planetary Science 41, Abstract #1431.

-2009-

7. “Presolar silicate and oxide dust in ALHA77307” Bose M., Floss C., and Stadermann F. J. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 44, A36.

-2008-

6. “An investigation into the origin of group 4 stardust grains” Bose M., Stadermann F. J., and Floss C. Lunar & Planetary Science 39, Abstract #1099.

5. “Iron-enriched stardust grains in the meteorites Acfer 094, QUE 99177 and MET 00426” Bose M., Floss C., and Stadermann F. J. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 43, A27.

-2007-

4. “Acfer 094 presolar silicates characterized using NanoSIMS and Auger Nanoprobe” Bose M., Floss C., and Stadermann F. J. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 42, A23.

3. “Presolar Fe oxide from the Acfer 094 carbonaceous chondrite” Stadermann F. J., Bose M., and Floss C. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 42, A145.

2. “Auger analysis of presolar silicates in Acfer 094 and the discovery of a presolar CAI” Vollmer C., Stadermann F. J., Bose M., Floss C., Hoppe P., and Brenker F. E. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 42, A158.

1. “Correlated high spatial resolution elemental and isotopic characterization of Wild 2 cometary samples” Stadermann F. J., Floss C., and Bose M. Lunar & Planetary Science 38, Abstract #1334.

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