Steven A. Hauck, Ph.D.

Affiliations: 
1996-2001 Earth and Planetary Sciences Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
 2001-2003 Department of Terrestrial Magnetism Carnegie Institution of Washington, Washington, DC, United States 
 2003- Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences Case Western Reserve University, Cleveland Heights, OH, United States 
Area:
Geophysics, Geology, Planetary Sciences
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Parents

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Roger Jay Phillips grad student 1996-2001 Washington University
 (Thermal and magmatic processes on Venus, Earth, and Mars.)
Sean C. Solomon post-doc 2001-2003 Carnegie Institution of Washington

Children

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J. Andreas Ritzer grad student 2004-2010 Case Western
Jeffrey Balcerski grad student 2015 Case Western
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Peale SJ, Margot JL, Hauck SA, et al. (2016) Consequences of a solid inner core on Mercury's spin configuration Icarus. 264: 443-455
Hauck SA, Baratoux D, Stanley S. (2016) The 2015 peer reviewer appreciation Journal of Geophysical Research E: Planets
Johnson CL, Philpott LC, Anderson BJ, et al. (2016) MESSENGER observations of induced magnetic fields in Mercury's core Geophysical Research Letters
Johnson CL, Phillips RJ, Purucker ME, et al. (2015) Planetary science. Low-altitude magnetic field measurements by MESSENGER reveal Mercury's ancient crustal field. Science (New York, N.Y.). 348: 892-5
Weider SZ, Nittler LR, Starr RD, et al. (2015) Evidence for geochemical terranes on Mercury: Global mapping of major elements with MESSENGER's X-Ray Spectrometer Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 416: 109-120
Perry ME, Neumann GA, Phillips RJ, et al. (2015) The low-degree shape of Mercury Geophysical Research Letters
Watters TR, Selvans MM, Banks ME, et al. (2015) Distribution of large-scale contractional tectonic landforms on Mercury: Implications for the origin of global stresses Geophysical Research Letters. 42: 3755-3763
Byrne PK, Klimczak C, Sengör AMC, et al. (2014) Mercury's global contraction much greater than earlier estimates Nature Geoscience. 7: 301-307
Peale SJ, Margot JL, Hauck SA, et al. (2014) Effect of core-mantle and tidal torques on Mercury's spin axis orientation Icarus. 231: 206-220
Padovan S, Margot JL, Hauck SA, et al. (2014) The tides of Mercury and possible implications for its interior structure Journal of Geophysical Research E: Planets. 119: 850-866
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