Martin D. Suttle
Martin D. Suttle
Postdoc at the NHM, London. (Formerly Uni Pisa & Imperial College London)
Verified email at dst.unipi.it - Homepage
TitleCited byYear
An urban collection of modern-day large micrometeorites: Evidence for variations in the extraterrestrial dust flux through the Quaternary
MJ Genge, J Larsen, M Van Ginneken, MD Suttle
Geology 45 (2), 119-122, 2017
182017
The mineralogy and petrology of I-type cosmic spherules: Implications for their sources, origins and identification in sedimentary rocks
MJ Genge, B Davies, MD Suttle, M van Ginneken, AG Tomkins
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 218, 167-200, 2017
122017
The thermal decomposition of fine-grained micrometeorites, observations from mid-IR spectroscopy
MD Suttle, MJ Genge, L Folco, SS Russell
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 206, 112-136, 2017
112017
Accumulation mechanisms of micrometeorites in an ancient supraglacial moraine at Larkman Nunatak, Antarctica
MJ Genge, M van Ginneken, MD Suttle, RP Harvey
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 53 (10), 2051-2066, 2018
102018
Intense aqueous alteration on C-type asteroids: Perspectives from giant fine-grained micrometeorites
MD Suttle, L Folco, MJ Genge, SS Russell, J Najorka, M van Ginneken
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 2018
62018
Shock fabrics in fine‐grained micrometeorites
MD Suttle, MJ Genge, SS Russell
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 52 (10), 2258-2274, 2017
62017
Diagenetically altered fossil micrometeorites suggest cosmic dust is common in the geological record
MD Suttle, MJ Genge
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 476, 132-142, 2017
52017
Olivine settling in cosmic spherules during atmospheric deceleration: An indicator of the orbital eccentricity of interplanetary dust
MJ Genge, M Suttle, M Van Ginneken
Geophysical Research Letters 43 (20), 10,646-10,653, 2016
52016
Larkman Nunatak micrometeorites, a statistical study
M Suttle
Planets 118, 2381-2399, 2015
52015
The atmospheric entry of fine‐grained micrometeorites: The role of volatile gases in heating and fragmentation
MD Suttle, MJ Genge, L Folco, M Van Ginneken, Q Lin, SS Russell, ...
Meteoritics & planetary science 54 (3), 503-520, 2019
42019
Thermal shock fragmentation of Mg silicates within scoriaceous micrometeorites reveal hydrated asteroidal sources
MJ Genge, M Suttle, M Van Ginneken
Geology 45 (10), 891-894, 2017
32017
A unique CO-like micrometeorite hosting an exotic Al-Cu-Fe-bearing assemblage–close affinities with the Khatyrka meteorite
MD Suttle, K Twegar, J Nava, R Spiess, J Spratt, F Campanale, L Folco
Scientific reports 9 (1), 1-9, 2019
12019
A microchondrule‐bearing micrometeorite and comparison with microchondrules in CM chondrites
MD Suttle, MJ Genge, T Salge, MR Lee, L Folco, T Góral, SS Russell, ...
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 54 (6), 1303-1324, 2019
12019
Hydrothermal activity on the CV parent body: New perspectives from the giant Transantarctic Mountains minimeteorite TAM 5.29
J Nava, MD Suttle, R Spiess, L Folco, J Najorka, C Carli, M Massironi
Meteoritics & Planetary Science, 2019
2019
Particle Statistics From The TAM Micrometeorite Collection–Investigating The Relationship Between Cosmic Spherule Texture And Particle Size
T No
2019
Pseudomorphic Chondrules in Hydrated Fine-Grained Micrometeorites---and the Identification of a New Hydrated Parent Body
MD Suttle, L Folco
82nd Annual Meeting of The Meteoritical Society 2157, 2019
2019
Hydrothermal activity on the CV parent body: new perspectives from the unique CV-like MM5. 29 micrometeorite.
J Nava, S Ferrari, C Carli, MD Suttle, R Spiess, J Najorka, E Palomba, ...
Geophysical Research Abstracts 21, 2019
2019
Evaluating the extent of aqueous alteration among the fine-grained micrometeorite flux
MD Suttle
European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) 2018, 2018
2018
The parent bodies of fine-grained micrometeorites: A petrologic & spectroscopic perspective
M Genge
Imperial College London, 2018
2018
The Diagenesis and Replacement of Cosmic Dust in the Geological Record
MD Suttle, MJ Genge
80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society 1987, 2017
2017
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