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Fig. E.1


Filtering efficiency of dust from 1 micron to 100 meters by a MMSN planetesimal belt with planetesimals of 1 − 10,000 km in radius extending from 0.1 to 35 AU for a turbulent parameter α = 10-4 and various ratios of the planetesimal to gas scale height, from an infinitely thin planetesimal disk with hp/hg = 0 (left panels), hp/hg = 0.1 (middle panels), and hp/hg = 1.0 (right panels). As in Figs. 21 and 22, the top panels show the contours of the disk-integrated filtering factor Xfilter while the bottom panels show the orbital distance at which Xfilter(r) = 1 for dust particles drifting in from beyond 35 AU.

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