Technical Publications

Dale Andersen
Senior Research Scientist

Heldmann, J., Marinova, Margarita, Williams, Kaj, Lacelle, Denis, McKay, Christopher, Davila, Alfonso, Pollard, Wayne, Andersen, Dale. 2012. Formation and Evolution of Buried Snowpack Deposits in Pearse Valley, Antarctica and Implications for Mars. Antarctic Science: 

doi:10.1017/S0954102011000903

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Nazia Mojib, Amin Farhoomand, Dale T. Andersen and Asim K. Bej (2011) The role of purple violet pigment (PVP) in UV radiation resistance in Janthinobacterium sp. Ant5-2 determined by single gene mutation. Extremophiles (Submitted/In review).

Jonathan Huang, Ashit K. Swain, Richard B. Hoover, Dale T. Andersen, and Asim K. Bej. (2011) Heterotrophic Microbial Diversity in a Previously Undescribed Freshwater Land- locked Lake Tawani in Schirmacher Oasis, Antarctica. (Submitted).

Nazia Mojib, Richard B. Hoover, Dale T. Andersen, and Asim K. Bej. (2011) Janthinobacterium schirmacherense sp. nov., a Psychrotolerant Bacterium Isolated From a Proglacial Lake Podprudnoye of Schirmacher Oasis, East Antarctica. (Submitted)

Lim, D.S.S., Abercromby, A.F., Andersen, D., Andersen, M., Arnold, R.R.,Bird, J.S., Bohm, H.R., Brady, A.L., Cady, S.L., Cardman, Z. Chan, A.M., Chan, O., Chénard, C., Cowie, B.R., Davila, A., Deans, M.C., Dearing, W., Downs, M., Fong, T., Forrest, A., Gernhardt, M.L., Hawes, I., Hansen, J., Imam, Y., Laval, B.L., Lees, D., Leoni, L., Looper, C., Marinova, M.M., McCombs, D., McKay, C.P., Mullins, G., Nuytten, P., Pendery, R., Pike, W., Pointing, S.B., Pollack, J., Raineault, N., Reay, M., Reid, D., Sallstedt, T., Schulze-Makuch, D., Seibert, M., Shepard, R., Slater, G.F., Sumner, D.Y., Suttle, C.A., Trembanis, A., Turse, C., Wilhelm, M., Wilkinson, N., Williams, D., Winget, D.M., and Winter, C., 2011, A Historical Overview of the Pavilion Lake Research Project - Analog Science and Exploration in an Underwater Environment.  Geological Survey of America Special Paper: Analogs for Planetary Exploration, Editors: Jake Bleacher and Brent Garry (In press).

Hawes, I., Sumner, D. Y., Andersen, D. T. and Mackey, T. J. (2011), Legacies of recent environmental change in the benthic communities of Lake Joyce, a perennially ice-covered Antarctic lake. Geobiology, 9: 394–410. doi: 10.1111/j.1472-4669.2011.00289.x

Mojib, N., D. T. Andersen, and A. K. Bej. 2011. Structure and function of a cold shock domain fold protein, CspD in Janthinobacterium sp. Ant5-2 from East Antarctica. FEMS Microbiology Letters: Volume 319, Issue 2, pages 106–114.

Lacelle, D., A. F. Davila, W. H. Pollard, D. Andersen, J. Heldmann, M. Marinova, and C. P. McKay. 2011. Stability of massive ground ice bodies in University Valley, McMurdo Dry Valleys of Antarctica: Using stable O-H isotope as tracers of sublimation in hyper-arid regions. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 301:403-411.

Andersen, D. T., D. Y. Sumner, I. Hawes, J. Webster-Brown, and C. P. McKay. 2011. Discovery of large conical stromatolites in Lake Untersee, Antarctica. Geobiology 9:280-293.

 Niederberger, T. D., N. N. Perreault, S. Tille, B. S. Lollar, G. Lacrampe-Couloume, D. Andersen, C. W. Greer, W. Pollard, and L. G. Whyte. 2010. Microbial characterization of a subzero, hypersaline methane seep in the Canadian High Arctic. ISME J. 4:1326-1339.

Lim, D. S. S., G. L. Warman, M. L. Gernhardt, C. P. McKay, T. Fong, M. M. Marinova, A. F. Davila, D. Andersen, A. L. Brady, Z. Cardman, B. Cowie, M. D. Delaney, A. G. FairÈn, A. L. Forrest, J. Heaton, B. E. Laval, R. Arnold, P. Nuytten, G. Osinski, M. Reay, D. Reid, D. Schulze-Makuch, R. Shepard, G. F. Slater, and D. Williams. 2010. Scientific field training for human planetary exploration. Planetary and Space Science 58:920-930.

Fairen, A. G., A. F. Davila, D. Lim, N. Bramall, R. Bonaccorsi, J. Zavaleta, E. R. Uceda, C. Stoker, J. Wierzchos, J. M. Dohm, R. Amils, D. Andersen, and C. P. McKay. 2010. Astrobiology through the ages of Mars: the study of terrestrial analogues to understand the habitability of Mars. Astrobiology 10:821-843.

Cabrol, N., D. Andersen, C. Stoker, P. Lee, C. McKay, and D. Wettergreen. 2010. Other analogs to Mars: high-altitude, subsurface, desert, and polar environments. Life in Antarctic Deserts and Other Cold Dry Environments: Astrobiological Analogues:258.

Brady, A., Slater G.F., Omelon, C.R., Southam, G., Druschel, G., Andersen, D., Hawes, I., Laval, B., Lim, D.S.S. 2010. Photosynthetic isotope biosignatures in laminated micro-stromatolitic and non-laminated nodules associated with modern, freshwater microbialites in Pavilion Lake, B.C. Chemical Geology 274: 56-67.

Lim, D. S. S., B. E. Laval, G. Slater, D. Antoniades, A. Forrest, W. Pike, R. Pieters, M. Saffari, D. Reid, D. Andersen and C. P. McKay. 2009. Limnology of Pavilion Lake B.C. - Characterization of a microbialite forming environment. Fundamental and Applied Limnology 173(4): 329-351.

Pollard, W., T. Haltigin, L. Whyte, T. Niederberger, D. Andersen, C. Omelon, J. Nadeau, M. Ecclestone, and M. Lebeuf. 2009. Overview of analogue science activities at the McGill Arctic Research Station, Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian High Arctic. Planetary and Space Science 57:646-659.

Niederberger, T. D., N. N. Perreault, J. R. Lawrence, J. L. Nadeau, R. E. Mielke, C. W. Greer, D. T. Andersen, and L. G. Whyte. 2009. Novel sulfur-oxidizing streamers thriving in perennial cold saline springs of the Canadian high Arctic. Environmental Microbiology 11:616-629.

Perreault, N. N., C. W. Greer, D. T. Andersen, S. Tille, G. Lacrampe-Couloume, B. S. Lollar, and L. G. Whyte. 2008. Heterotrophic and autotrophic microbial populations in cold perennial springs of the high arctic. Appl Environ Microbiol 74:6898-6907.

Antoniades, D., C. Crawley, M.S.V. Douglas, R. Pienitz, D. Andersen, P.T. Doran, I. Hawes, W. Pollard and W. F. Vincent 2008. Reply to comment by K. Gajewski on ‘‘Abrupt environmental change in Canada’s northernmost lake’’. Geophysical Research Letters V. 35, L08702, doi:10.1029/2007GL032889.

Perreault, N. N., D. T. Andersen, W. H. Pollard, C. W. Greer, and L. G. Whyte. 2007. Characterization of the prokaryotic diversity in cold saline perennial springs of the Canadian high Arctic. Appl Environ Microbiol 73:1532-1543.

Antoniades, D., C. Crawley, M. Douglas, R. Pienitz, D. Andersen, P. Doran, I. Hawes, W. Pollard, and W. Vincent. 2007. Abrupt environmental change in Canada's northernmost lake inferred from fossil diatom and pigment stratigraphy. Geophysical Research Letters 34:1-L18708.

Andersen, D. 2007. “Antarctic Inland Waters: Scientific Diving in the Perennially Ice-Covered Lakes of the McMurdo Dry Valleys and Bunger Hills.” In Proceedings of the International Polar Diving Workshop. ed. M. A. Lang and M. D. J. Sayer, pp. 163–170. Washington, D.C.: Smithsonian Institution.

Omelon, C., W. Pollard, and D. Andersen. 2006. A geochemical evaluation of perennial spring activity and associated mineral precipitates at Expedition Fjord, Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian High Arctic. Applied Geochemistry 21:1-15.

Heldmann, J., O. Toon, W. Pollard, M. Mellon, J. Pitlick, C. McKay, and D. Andersen. 2005a. Formation of Martian gullies by the action of liquid water flowing under current Martian environmental conditions. J. Geophys. Res 110.

Heldmann, J., W. Pollard, C. McKay, D. Andersen, and O. Toon. 2005b. Annual development cycle of an icing deposit and associated perennial spring activity on Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian High Arctic. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 37:127-135.

Andersen, D. T., J. L. Heldmann, C. P. McKay, W. H. Pollard, H. Vali, L. G. Whyte, M. Zentilli, and Anonymous. 2005. Relic and active cold permafrost springs in the Arctic as Martian analogs. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 86:@Abstract P42B-@Abstract P407.

Doran, P., R. Wharton, W. Lyons, D. Marais, and D. Andersen. 2004. Sedimentology and geochemistry of a perennially ice-covered epishelf lake in Bunger Hills Oasis, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science 12:131-140.

McKay, C. P., E. I. Friedmann, B. Gomez-Silva, L. Caceres-Villanueva, D. T. Andersen, and R. Landheim. 2003a. Temperature and moisture conditions for life in the extreme arid region of the Atacama desert: four years of observations including the El Nino of 1997-1998. Astrobiology 3:393-406.

McKay, C., K. Hand, P. Doran, D. Andersen, and J. Priscu. 2003b. Clathrate formation and the fate of noble and biologically useful gases in Lake Vostok, Antarctica. Geophys. Res. Lett 30:1702.

Gibson, J. and D. Andersen. 2003. Physical structure of epishelf lakes of the southern Bunger Hills, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science 14:253-261.

Hawes, I., D. Andersen, and W. Pollard. 2002. Submerged aquatic bryophytes in Colour Lake, a naturally acidic polar lake with occasional year-round ice-cover. Arctic 55:380.

Andersen, D., W. Pollard, C. McKay, and J. Heldmann. 2002. Cold springs in permafrost on Earth and Mars. Journal of Geophysical Research. E. Planets 107:4-1.

McKnight, D., E. Boyer, P. Westerhoff, P. Doran, T. Kulbe, and D. Andersen. 2001. Spectrofluorometric characterization of dissolved organic matter for indication of precursor organic material and aromaticity. Limnology and Oceanography 46:38-48.

Cogley, J., M. Ecclestone, and D. Andersen. 2001. Melting on glaciers: environmental controls examined with orbiting radar. Hydrological Processes 15:3541-3558.

Doran, P. T., R. A. Wharton, Jr., W. B. Lyons, D. J. Des Marais, and D. T. Andersen. 2000. Sedimentology and geochemistry of a perennially ice-covered epishelf lake in Bunger Hills Oasis, East Antarctica. Antarct Sci 12:131-140.

Kepner, R. Jr, A. Kortyna, R.A. Wharton Jr., P.T. Doran, D.T. Andersen, and E. Roberts. 2000. Effects of research diving on a stratified antarctic lake.  Water Research 33(17): 3574-3582.

Pollard, W., C. Omelon, D. Andersen, and C. McKay. 1999. Perennial spring occurrence in the Expedition Fiord area of western Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian high Arctic. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 36:105-120.

Andersen, D. T., C. P. McKay, and R. A. Wharton, Jr. 1998. Dissolved gases in perennially ice-covered lakes of the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Antarct Sci 10:124-133.

Doran, P.T., C.P. McKay, M.A. Meyer, D.T. Andersen, R.A. Wharton, and J.T. Hastings. 1996. Climatology and implications for perennial lake ice occurrence at Bunger Hills Oasis, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science, 8(3):289-296.

Andersen, D. T., P. Doran, D. Bolshiyanov, J. Rice, V. Galchenko, N. Cherych, R. A. Wharton, C. P. McKay, M. Meyer, and V. Garshnek. 1995. A preliminary comparison of two perennially ice-covered lakes in Antarctica: analogs of past Martian lacustrine environments. Adv Space Res 15:199-202.

McKay, C., G. Clow, D. Andersen, and R. Wharton Jr. 1994. Light transmission and reflection in perennially ice-covered Lake Hoare, Antarctica. Journal of Geophysical Research 99:20427.

Wharton, R., C. McKay, G. Clow, and D. Andersen. 1993. Perennial ice covers and their influence on Antarctic lake ecosystems. Antarctic Research Series ANTSA 4 59.

Simmons Jr., G. M., R. A. Wharton Jr., and J. R. Vestal. 1993. Environmental Regulators of Microbial Activity in Continental Antarctic Lakes. Pages 165-195 in W. J. Green and E. I. Friedmann, editors. Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in Antarctic Lakes. American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C.

Andersen, D., R. Wharton, and S. Squyres. 1993. Terrigenous Clastic Sediments in Antarctic Dry Valley Lakes. Antarctic Research Series ANTSA 4 59.

Wharton, R. A., Jr., C. P. McKay, G. D. Clow, D. T. Andersen, G. M. Simmons, Jr., and F. G. Love. 1992. Changes in ice cover thickness and lake level of Lake Hoare, Antarctica: implications for local climatic change. J Geophys Res 97:3503-3513.

Stoker, C. R., C. P. McKay, R. M. Haberle, and D. T. Andersen. 1992. Science strategy for human exploration of Mars. Adv Space Res 12:79-90.

Andersen, D. T., C. P. McKay, R. A. Wharton, and J. D. Rummel. 1992. Testing a Mars science outpost in the Antarctic dry valleys. Adv Space Res 12:205-209.

Wharton, R. A., C. P. McKay, G. D. Clow, D. T. Andersen, and G. M. Simmons. 1991. Changes in ice-cover thickness and lake level of Lake Hoare, Antarctica; implications for climatic change. Eos, Transactions, American Geophysical Union 72:109-109.

Squyres, S. W., D. W. Andersen, S. S. Nedell, and R. A. Wharton, Jr. 1991. Lake Hoare, Antarctica: sedimentation through a thick perennial ice cover. Sedimentology 38:363-379.

Andersen, D. T., C. P. McKay, R. A. Wharton, Jr., and J. D. Rummel. 1990. An Antarctic research outpost as a model for planetary exploration. J Br Interplanet Soc 43:499-504.

McKay, C. P. and S. S. Nedell. 1988. Are there carbonate deposits in the Valles Marineris, Mars? Icarus 73:142-148.

C.R. Omelon, W.H Pollard and D.T. Andersen, (2006) A geochemical evaluation of perennial spring activity and associated mineral precipitates at Expedition Fjord, Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian High Arctic. Applied Geochemistry, Vol. 21. No. 1, pp. 1-15.

Heldmann, J. L., O. B. Toon, W. H. Pollard, M. T. Mellon, J. Pitlick, C. P. McKay, and D. T. Andersen (2005), Formation of Martian gullies by the action of liquid water flowing under current Martian environmental conditions, J. Geophys. Res., 110, E05004, doi:10.1029/2004JE002261.

Heldman, J.L., W.H. Pollard, C.P. McKay, D.T. Andersen , and O.B. Toon, Annual development cycle of an icing deposit and associated perennial spring activity on Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian High Arctic, Arctic, Antarctic and Alpine Research, 37 (1), 2005.

McKay, C.P., E.I. Friedmann, B. Gomez-Silva, L. Caceres-Villanueva, D.T. Andersen , and R. Landheim, Temperature and moisture conditions for life in the extreme arid region of the Atacama Desert: Four years of observations including the El Nino of 1997-98, Astrobiology, 3, 393-406, 2003.

McKay, C.P., K.P. Hand, P.T. Doran, D.T. Andersen , and J.C. Priscu, Clathrate formation and the fate of noble and biologically useful gases in Lake Vostok, Antarctica. Geophys. Res. Lett., 30, 10.1029/2003GL017490, 2003.

Hawes I, D.T. Andersen , W. H. Pollard, Submerged aquatic bryophytes in Colour Lake, a naturally acidic polar lake. Arctic Vol. 55, No. 4. 2002.

Gibson, J., and D. Andersen , Physical structure of epishelf lakes of the southern Bunger Hills, East Antarctica, Antarctic Science, 14 (3), 253-262, 2002.

Andersen, D.T., W.H. Pollard, C.P. McKay, and J. Heldmann, Cold springs in permafrost on Earth and Mars, Journal of Geophysical Research, 107 (3), 4, 2002.

Cogley, J.G., M.A. Ecclestone and D.T. Andersen , Melt duration on glaciers: environmental controls examined with orbiting radar, Eastern Snow Conference Proceedings, 58, 171-186, 2001.

Cogley, J.G., M.A. Ecclestone, and D.T. Andersen , Melting on glaciers: environmental controls examined with orbiting radar, Hydrological Processes, 15 (18), 3541-3558, 2001.

McKnight, D. M., E. W. Boyer. P. Doran, P.K. Westehoff, T. Kulbe, D. Andersen . Spectrofluorometric characterization of dissolved organic matter for indication of precursor organic material and aromaticity.  Limnology and Oceanography. Vol. 46, No. 1., p. 38-48, 2001.

Doran, P.T., R. A. Wharton, W.B. Lyons, D. J. DesMarais, D. T. Andersen . Sedimentology and Isotopic Geochemistry of a Perennially Ice-Covered Epishelf Lake in Bunger Hills Oasis, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science, 12 (2) 131-140, 2000.

Kepner, R., Jr., A. Kortyna, R.W. Wharton, Jr., P. Doran, D. Andersen , and E. Roberts, Effects of research diving on a stratified Antarctic lake, Water Research, 34 (1), 71-84, 2000.

Pollard, W.H., C. Omelon, D.T. Andersen , and C.P. McKay, Perennial spring occurrence in the Expedition Fiord area of Western Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian High Arctic, Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, 36, 105-120, 1999.

Andersen, D.T., C.P. McKay, and J. R. A. Wharton, Dissolved gases in perennially ice-covered Antarctic lakes of the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctic Science, 10 (2), 124-133, 1998.

Doran, P.T., C.P. McKay, M.A. Meyer, D. T. Andersen , R.A. Wharton, Jr. and J.T. Hastings, Climatology and implications for perennial lake ice occurrence at Bunger Hills, East Antarctica. Antarctic Science, 8 (3):289-296, 1996.

Andersen, D.T. , P. Doran, D. Bolshiyanov, J. Rice, V. Galchenko, N. Chernych, R.A. Wharton, Jr., C.P. McKay, M. Meyer, V. Garshnek,  A preliminary comparison of two perennially ice-covered lakes in Antarctica:  analogs of past Martian lacustrine environments. Adv. Space Res. Vol. 15, No. 3, 199-202, 1995.

Galchenko,V., D. Bolshiyanov, D. Andersen , N. Chernykh, Bacterial processes of photo and chemosynthesis in Bunger Hills lakes, East Antarctica “Mikrobiologija” Vol. 64, No. 5, 1995.

McKay, C.P., G.D. Clow, D.T. Andersen , R.A.Wharton, Light transmission and reflection in perennially ice-covered Lake Hoare, Antarctica, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 99, C10, 20,427-20,444, 1995.

Wharton, R.A., C.P. McKay, G.D. Clow, D.T. Andersen , Perennial ice covers and their influence on Antarctic lake ecosystems, in Physical and Biogeochemical Processes in Antarctic Lakes, Antarctic Res. Ser. vol. 59, edited by W. Green and E.I. Friedmann, American Geophysical Union, Washington, D.C., 53-70, 1993.

Wharton, R.A., C.P. McKay, G.D. Clow, D.T. Andersen , G.M. Simmons, and F.G. Love, Changes in ice cover thickness and lake level of Lake Hoare, Antarctica: Implications for local climate change, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 3503-3513, 1992.

Andersen, D.T ., C.P. McKay, R.A. Wharton, Jr., and J. Rummel, Testing a Mars Science Outpost in the Antarctic Dry Valleys, Adv. Space Res., vol. 12 (5 )1992, p. 205-209.

Stoker, C.R., C.P. McKay, R. Haberle, D. T. Andersen , Science Strategy for human exploration of Mars, Adv. Space Res., vol. 12, (4) 1992.

Andersen, D.T ., C.P. McKay, R.A. Wharton, Jr., and J. Rummel,  An Antarctic Research Outpost as a Model for Planetary Exploration. Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 43, 499-504 1990.

Simmons, G.M., Jr., R.A. Wharton, Jr., B.C. Parker, and D.T. Andersen . Preliminary observations on chlorophyll-a and ATP Levels In Antarctic and temperate lake sediments. Microbial Ecology  9:  123 - 135, 1983.

Book Chapters

Cabrol N. A., D. T. Andersen, C. R. Stoker, P. Lee, C. P. McKay, and D. S. Wettergreen. Chapter 10: Other Analogs to Mars: High altitude, subsurface, desert, and polar environments. In: Life in Antarctic Deserts and other Cold Dry Environments: Astrobiological Analogues, Peter T. Doran, W. Berry Lyons, and Diane M. McKinght, (Eds.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Astrobiology, NY, 258-305, (2010).

McKay C, Andersen D, Pollard W, Heldmann J, Doran P, Fritsen C, Priscu J (2005) Polar Lakes, Streams, and Springs as Analogs for the Hydrological Cycle on Mars. In: Water on Mars and Life, Tetsuya Tokano (ed.), Springer-Verlag, Berlin Heidelberg, pp. 219-233.

Doran, P.T., J.C. Priscu, W.B. Lyons, R.D. Powell, D.T. Andersen and R.J. Poreda.  2004.  Paleolimnology of extreme cold terrestrial and extraterrestrial environments.  In R. Pienitz, M.S.V. Douglas and J.P. Smol (eds).  Long-Term Environmental Change in Arctic and Antarctic Lakes.   Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, The Netherlands.

 

Conference Proceedings & Reports

Andersen, D. T., W. H. Pollard, and C. P. McKay. 2008. The Perennial Springs of Axel Heiberg Island as an Analogue for Groundwater Discharge on Mars. Page 2140 in Proceedings of the Ninth International Conference on Permafrost. Institute of Northern Engineering University of Alaska Fairbanks, Fairbanks Alaska.

Heldmann, J., Toon, O., McKay, C., Andersen, D., Pollard, W., (2003). High Arctic saline springs as analogues for springs on Mars. Proc. of the 8th International Permafrost Conference, Zurich, Switzerland 373-377.

Omelon, C.R., Pollard, W.H., Ferris, F.G., White, L, and Andersen, D. (2003). High Arctic cryptoendolithic microorganisms: ecological constraints and survival strategies in a polar desert environment. Proc. of the 8th International Permafrost Conference, Zurich, Switzerland 851- 857

Budkewitsch, P., D'Iorio, M.A., Vachon, P.W., Pollard, W. and Andersen, D.T . 2000. Geomorphic, Active Layer and Environmental Changes Detected in SAR Scene Coherence Images. In: Proceedings of the Sixth Circumpolar Symposium on Remote Sensing of Polar Environments, Yellowknife, NWT, June 12-14, 8p.

Budkewitsch, P., D'Iorio, M.A., Vachon, P.W., Andersen, D.T. & Pollard, W.H. 1999.  Sources of Phase Decorrelation in SAR Scene Coherence Images From Arctic Environments. Thirteenth ERIM International Conference on Applied Geologic Remote Sensing,   Vancouver, B.C., 1-3 March.

Pollard, W., Andersen, D ., Vali, H., and McKay, C., and Arkani-Hamed  J. (1999) A Mars Analog Research Station (MARS) in the Canadian High Arctic. Canada in Space Exploration: The Second Canadian Space Exploration Workshop, Canada Space Agency, University of Calgary, Calgary, Alberta. 17-21.

Pollard, W.,  Omelon, C., Andersen, D . and McKay, C . (1998).  Geomorphic and hydrologic characteristics of perennial springs on Axel Heiberg Island, NWT.  In: Lewkowicz, A.G. and Allard, M. (editors) Proceedings, Seventh International Permafrost Conference, Yellowknife, 2327 June, Universite Laval, Centre d'etudes nordiques, Collection Nordicana, No 57, 909914.

Wardell, L. J., M. T. Hamann, D. T. Andersen , 1995.  Two-dimensional nuclear magnetic resonance studies of a unique Antarctic life form, in Unity In Diversity, edited by Strauss, M.S.; AAAS Annual Meeting And Science Innovation Exposition: The 161st National Meeting Of The American Association For The Advancement Of Science, Atlanta, Georgia, USA, February 16-21, 1995.

Rummel, J.D., Wharton, R. A., D. T. Andersen , C. P. McKay, Early SEI milestones - Underwater habitats and Antarctic research outposts as analogs for long duration spaceflight and lunar and Mars outposts. AIAA Space Programs and Technologies Conference Proceedings, 1992.

Rummel, J.D., L. Harper, D. Andersen , Exobiology, the NASA program, In Exobiology in Solar System Exploration, NASA SP 512, Edited by G. Carle, D. Schwartz, and J. Huntington, 1992.

Roberts, D., D. T. Andersen , C.P. McKay, R.A. Wharton, J.D. Rummel, Antarctic analogs as a testbed for regenerative life support technologies. Proceedings of 42nd IAF, International Astronautical Congress, Montreal, Canada, Oct. 5-11, 1991.

Stoker, C.R., C.P. McKay, R.M. Haberle and D.T. Andersen , 1990.  Mars human exploration science strategy, Report of the Ames Mars Study Project & Mars Science Workshop at NASA Ames Research Center,  30-31 Aug. 1989. NASA Conference Publication.

DeVincenzi, D.L., J.R. Marshall, and D. T. Andersen , 1990. Exobiology on Mars, Report of the Workshop on "Exobiology Instrument Concepts for a Soviet Mars 94/96 Mission" NASA Ames Research Center, 27-28, Feb. 1989. NASA Conference Publication.

Rummel, J.D., L. Harper, D. Andersen , Exobiology, the NASA program, In Exobiology in Solar System Exploration, NASA SP 512, Edited by G. Carle, D. Schwartz, and J. Huntington, 1992.

Wharton, R., B. Roberts, E, Chiang, J. Lynch, C. Roberts, C. Buonni, D. Andersen , Use of Antarctic analogs to support the space exploration initiative. 1990. Joint NSF-NASA publication.

Wharton, R. A. Jr., D. Andersen , S. Bzik, J. D. Rummel, (editors), Fourth Symposium on Chemical Evolution and the Origin of Life. NASA conference publication, 1990.

Papers Presented at Professional Meetings

M. M. Marinova, C. P. McKay, J. L. Heldmann, A. F. Davila, D. T. Andersen, W. A. Jackson, D. Lacelle, G. Paulson, W. H. Paulson, and K. Zacny. Dry Soils: The Highlands of the Antarctic Dry Valleys and the Defining Environmental Conditions, EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011, La Cité Internationale des Congrès Nantes Métropole, 02 – 07 October 2011, Nantes, France.

Denis Lacelle, Alfonso F. Davila, David Fisher, Regina DeWitt, Wayne H. Pollard, Dale Andersen, Jennifer Heldmann, Margarita M. Marinova, and Christopher P. McKay. Vapor-Diffusion Origin (Condensation-Adsorption) in Ice-Cemented Permafrost Spanning the Last 135.5 KA Years in University Valley, Dry Valleys of Antarctica. The Fifth International Conference on Mars Polar Science and Exploration, September 12-16, 2011, Fairbanks, Alaska.

Margarita M. Marinova, Christopher P. McKay, Jennifer L. Heldmann, Alfonso F. Davila, Dale T. Andersen, W. Andrew Jackson, Denis Lacelle, Gale Paulson, Wayne H. Pollard, and Kris Zacny. The High-Elevation Dry Valleys of Antarctica as a Mars Polar Analogue:  Mapping subsurface Ice Distribution and Modeling its Stability. The Fifth International Conference on Mars Polar Science and Exploration, September 12-16, 2011, Fairbanks, Alaska.

Jackie Goordial, Lyle Whyte, Tom Neiderberger, Nadia Mykytczuk, Nancy Perreault, Barbara Sherwood Lollar, Dale Andersen, Charles Greer, and Wayne Pollard. Microbial communities in subzero brine environments in the Canadian high Arctic. European Geosciences Union General Assembly, 3 – 8 April 2011, Vienna, Austria.

Jonathan P. Huang, Nazia Mojib, Dale Andersen, and Asim K. Bej, (2011) Antimicrobial effect of a pigment PVP isolated from an Antarctic bacterium Ant 5-2 on MDR strains of Staphylococcus aureus. 111th ASM General Meeting, New Orleans, LA, USA. (poster).

W. Pollard, D. Lacelle, D. Andersen, C. McKay. The role of massive ground ice in landscape development in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. IPY Oslo Science Conference, 8-12 June 2010, Oslo, Norway.

Mackey, Tyler, Sumner, Dawn Y., Hawes, Ian, and Andersen, Dale T. (2011) Changes in Microbial Ecology Associated with a Transition from Conophyton to Jacutophyton in Modern Lake Joyce, Antarctica.  2011 GSA Annual Meeting, Minneapolis (9–12 October 2011).

D. Lacelle, W.H. Pollard, D.Andersen, A. Davila and C. McKay. Origin and stability of ancient massive ground ice bodies in the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica, under changing climate.  63rd Canadian Geotechnical Conference and the 6th Canadian Permafrost Conference, September 12-16, 2010, Calgary, Alberta, Canada.

D. S. S. Lim, A. L. Brady, R. Shepard, M. M. Marinova, A. Forrest, M. Wilhelm, Z. Cardman, B. Cowie, O. Chan, B. Laval, G. F. Slater, A. Trembanis, D. Y. Sumner4, I. Hawes, D. Andersen, M. Gernhardt, R. Arnold, D. Reid and C. P. McKay. Pavilion Lake Research Project: Understanding the Conditons for Microbialite Growth and Development in Pavilion Lake, Canada. Astrobiology Science Conference 2010. 26-29 April, League City, TX.

Forrest, A, B Laval, D S S Lim, E Magnusson, R Yeo, C McKay, D Andersen, D Reid, M Doble, G Slater, A Brady. (2008) Autonomous Underwater Vehicles: Robotic analogues for space exploration. Astrobiology Science Conference 2008, Santa Clara, CA.

Lim, D S S, B Laval, D Andersen, D Reid, G Slater, P Nuytten, D Williams, M Gernhardt, A Forrest, A Brady, C McKay. DeepWorker Submersibles at Pavilion Lake : A stepping-stone to the human exploration of the Moon, Mars and beyond. Astrobiology Science Conference 2008, Santa Clara, CA (Poster).

Forrest, A, Bohm, H, Laval, B, Reid, D, Andersen, D, Magnusson, E, and Doble M, (2007) Small AUV deployment under ice: Pavilion Lake, B.C., Canada (a case study), European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria.

Pavilion Lake, British Columbia, Canada – An investigation of potentially unique freshwater microbialites, and their application to Mars exploration. D. S. S. Lim, C. P. McKay, B. Laval, D. Andersen, A. Airo, D. A. Mucciarone, D. Schulze-Makuch and S. Cady, CSEW, St.Hubert, QC, May 12-13, 2005.

Andersen, D.T ., Heldmann, J. L., C. P. McKay, W. H. Pollard, H. Vali, L. Whyte, M. Zentilli, Relic and Active Cold Permafrost Springs in the Arctic as Martian Analogs, 2005 AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, 5-9 December 2005.

Perreault N., Andersen D.T ., Pollard W.H., Greer C.W., and Whyte L.G. 2005. Microbial Biodiversity of Cold Perennial Springs in the Canadian High Arctic. Invited Speaker/Participant for the Microbial Ecology and Bioremediation in Cold Climates (MECBIO) Workshop. Kangerluusaq, Greenland, Sept. 12-16.

Whyte L.G., Whissel, G., Perreault N., Steven, B., Juck, D., Andersen D.T ., Pollard W.H., and Greer C.W. 2005. The Canadian High Arctic as a Martian Analogue for Exobiology Investigations: Microbial Ecosystems in Unique Sites in the High Arctic. 5th Canadian Space Exploration Workshop, Canadian Space Agency, Montreal, May 12-13.

J.L. Heldmann, O.B. Toon, W.H. Pollard, M.T. Mellon, J. Pitlick, C.P. McKay, D.T. Andersen , Formation of Martian Gullies by the Action of Liquid Water Flowing under Current Martian Environmental Conditions , 37th annual meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences, Cambridge, UK. 2005.

Heldmann J.L., M.T. Mellon, W. H. Pollard, D.T. Andersen , C.P. McKay, The Association of Liquid Water Springs with Permafrost Regions on Earth and Mars , American Geophysical Union, San Francisco, CA, December 2003.

Heldmann, J., Toon, O., McKay, C., Andersen, D. & Pollard, W., Cold springs in permafrost on Earth and Mars. 34th Annual Meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society, October 2002.

Andersen, D.T., W.H. Pollard, C.P. McKay, J. Heldmann, Cold Springs in Permafrost on Earth and Mars. Poster Presentation, The Third Canadian Space Exploration Workshop (CSEW3), Canada Space Agency, Montreal, Montreal, Quebec May 25-26, 2001.

Whyte, L., Labbé, D., Koval, S.F. Lawrence, J.R. Andersen, D.T. Pollard, W.H., Greer, C.W., Microbial composition of perennial springs in the Canadian High Arctic. Poster Presentation ISME-9, Amsterdam, August 26-31, 2001.

Whyte, L., Labbé, D., Koval, S.F. Lawrence, J.R. Andersen, D.T. Pollard, W. Greer, C.W. ,Microbial composition of perennial springs in the Canadian High Arctic, Poster Presentation 51st Annual Meeting of the Canadian Society of Microbiologists, University of Waterloo, Waterloo, Ontario 2001.

Pollard, W.H., Andersen, D.T ., Vali, H.  Omelon, C., McKay, C.P., Analogue research in the Canadian High Arctic, (Poster Presentation) The Third Canadian Space Exploration Workshop (CSEW3), Canada Space Agency, Montreal, Montreal, Quebec May 25-26, 2001.

C.R. Omelon, D.T. Andersen and W.H. Pollard, High arctic cryptoendoliths: ecological constraints and survival strategies in a polar desert environment. Poster Presentation, The Third Canadian Space Exploration Workshop (CSEW3), Canada Space Agency, Montreal, Montreal, Quebec May 25-26, 2001.

Whyte, L., Labbé, D., Koval, S.F. Lawrence, J.R. Andersen, D.T . Pollard, W. Greer, C.W., Microbial investigations of perennial saline springs in the Canadian High Arctic. Poster Presentation The Third Canadian Space Exploration Workshop (CSEW3), Canada Space Agency, Montreal, Montreal, Quebec May 25-26, 2001.

Andersen, D.T ., W.H. Pollard, C.P. McKay, Heldmann, Cold Springs in Permafrost on Earth and Mars. AGU 2000, December 15-19, 2000, San Francisco.

Andersen, D.T., W.H. Pollard, C.P. McKay, Heldmann, J. Toon, B., Jakosky, B., Cold Springs in Permafrost on Earth and Mars. (Poster Presentation) In: Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society (BAAS) , Vol. 32, number 3, 32nd Annual Meeting of the Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society, October 23-27, 2000.

Andersen, D.T ., W.H. Pollard, H. Vali, C. Blank, C.R. Omelon, and C.P. McKay, Perennial springs in the Canadian High Arctic: analogs of ancient Martian hydrothermal systems, in: GSA 1999 Annual Meeting , Geological Society of America, Denver, 1999.

Budkewitsch, P., M.A. D'Iorio, P.W. Vachon, D.T. Andersen , and W.T. Pollard, Sources of Phase Decorrelation in SAR Scene Coherence Images from Arctic Environments, in ERIM Geological Remote Sensing Conference , Vancouver, B.C., 1999.

Andersen, D.T., W.H., Pollard, C.P. McKay, and C. Omelon, Perennial springs in the Canadian High Arctic - analogs of past Martian liquid water habitats. Poster Presentation A.G.U. Fall meeting.  Special Session U06-Life in Extreme Environments. December 1998.

Andersen, D. T., C.P. McKay, P. Doran, J. Rice, R. Wharton. 1994. Analog of past Martian Environments:  The Bunger Hills, Antarctica. Fifth Exobiology Symposium and Mars Workshop, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA.

Stoker, C. R., D. T. Andersen , 1994. From Antarctica to space:  Use of Telepresence and virtual reality in control of remote vehicles. Fifth Exobiology Symposium and Mars Workshop, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA.

Hine, B.P., Stoker, C., Sims, M., Rasmussen, D., Hontalas, P., Fong, T., Steele, J., Barch, D., Andersen, D., Miles, E., and Nygren, E., The application of telepresence and virtual reality to subsea exploration.  The 2nd Workshop on Mobile Robots for Subsea Environments, in Proc. ROV '94, Monterey, CA, 1994.

Andersen, D. T., TROV, Telepresence Controlled Remotely Operated Vehicle (poster), National Science Teachers Association Annual Meeting, Anaheim, CA, 1994.

Andersen, D.T., P. Doran, D. Bolshiyanov, J. Rice, V. Galchenko, N. Chernych, R.A. Wharton, C.P. McKay, M. Meyer, V. Garshnek, 1992. A preliminary comparison of two perennially ice-covered lakes in Antarctica:  analogs of past Martian lacustrine environments, COSPAR, The Hague, Netherlands.

Andersen, D.T., C.P. McKay, R. A. Wharton, Antarctic Research Outpost as a Model for Planetary Exploration, The Case For Mars IV, Boulder Colorado, 1992.

DeVincenzi, D. L. and D.T. Andersen, Life in the Universe: Space Exploration Opportunities (poster), International Society for the Studies of the Origins of Life, Prague, 1989


Mary Barsony
Research Scientist

Ross Beyer
Research Scientist

Janice Bishop
Senior Research Scientist

Bishop J.L., Tirsch D., Tornabene L.L., Jaumann R., McEwen A.S., McGuire P.C., Ody A., Poulet F., Clark R.N., Parente M., Voigt J., Aydin Z., Bamberg M., Petau A., McKeown N.K., Mustard J.F., Hash C., Murchie S.L., Swayze G., Neukum G. & Seelos F. (2013) Mineralogy and morphology of geologic units at Libya Montes, Mars: Ancient aqueous outcrops, mafic flows, fluvial features and impacts. J. Geophys. Res., 118, doi:10.1029/2012JE004151.

Bishop J.L., Perry K.A., Dyar M.D., Bristow T.F., Blake D.F., Brown A.J. & Peel S.E. (2013) Coordinated spectral and XRD analyses of magnesite-nontronite-forsterite mixtures and implications for carbonates on Mars. J. Geophys. Res., 118, doi:10.1002/jgre.20066.

Bishop J.L., Rampe E.B., Bish D.L., Baker L.L., Abidin Z., Matsue N. & Henmi T. (2013) Spectral and hydration properties of allophane and imogolite. Clays and Clay Minerals, 61(1), 57-74.

Bishop, J. L., Loizeau D., McKeown N. K., Saper L., Dyar M. D., Des Marais D., Parente M., and Murchie S. L. (2013) What the ancient phyllosilicates at Mawrth Vallis can tell us about possible habitability on early Mars. Planetary and Space Science, 86, 130-149.

Bishop, J. L., Franz, H. B., Blake, D. F., Goetz, W., Freissinet, C., Steininger, H., Goesmann, F., Brinckerhoff, W. B., Getty, S., Pinnick, V. T., Mahaffy, P. R., Dyar, M. D. (2013) Coordinated analyses of Antarctic sediments as Mars analog materials using reflectance spectroscopy and current flight-like instruments for CheMin, SAM and MOMA. Icarus, 224, 309-325.

Thollot, P., Mangold, N., Ansan, V., LeMouelic, S., Milliken, R. E., Bishop, J. L., Weitz, C. M., Roach, L. H., Mustard, J. F., Murchie, S. L. (2012) Most Mars minerals in a nutshell: Various alteration phases formed in a single environment in Noctis Labyrinthus. J. Geophys. Res., 117, doi:10.1029/2011JE004028.

Weitz, C. M., Bishop J. L., Thollot, P., Mangold, N. & Roach, L. H. (2011) Diverse mineralogies in two troughs of Noctis Labyrinthus, Mars. Geology, 39 (10), 899-902, doi: 10.1130/G32045.1.

Bishop, J. L., Schelble, R. T., McKay, C. P., Brown, A. J. & Perry, K. A. (2011) Carbonate rocks in the Mojave Desert as an analog for Martian carbonates. International Journal of Astrobiology, 10, 349-358, doi: 10.1017/S1473550411000206.

McKeown, N. K., Bishop J. L., Cuadros, J., Hillier, S., Amador, E., Makarewicz, H. D., Parente, M. & Silver, E. (2011) Interpretation of reflectance spectra of mixtures of clay minerals and silica: implications for Martian clay mineralogy at Mawrth Vallis. Clays and Clay Mineral, 59(4), 400-415.

Lane, M. D., Glotch, T. D., Dyar, M. D., Pieters, C. M., Klima, R., Hiroi, T., Bishop J. L. & Sunshine, J. M. (2010) Midinfrared spectroscopy of synthetic olivines:  Thermal emission, specular and diffuse reflectance, and attenuated total reflectance studies of forsterite to fayalite. Journal of Geophysical Research, 116, E08010, doi:10.1029/2010JE003588.

Bishop J. L. , Gates, W. P., Makarewicz, H. D., McKeown, N. K. & Hiroi, T. (2011) Reflectance spectroscopy of beidellites and their importance for Mars. Clays and Clay Minerals, 59(4), 376–397.

Parente, M., Makarewicz, H. D. & Bishop J. L.(2011) Decomposition of mineral absorption bands using nonlinear least squares curve fitting: application to Martian meteorites and CRISM data. Planetary and Space Science, 59, 423-442.

Hiroi T., Jenniskens P.M., Bishop J. L., Shaddad M.H. & Shatir T.S.M. (2010) Bidirectional Visible-NIR and Biconical FT-IR Reflectance Spectra of Almahata Sitta Meteorite Samples Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 45, 1836-1845.

Cloutis, E.A., Hudon, P., Romanek, C.S., Bishop J. L., Reddy, V., Gaffey, M.J. & Hardersen, P.S. (2010) Spectral Reflectance Properties of Ureilites. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 45, 1668-1694.

Jenniskens P., Vaubaillon J., Binzel R.P., DeMeo F.E., Nesvorny D., Fitzsimmons A., Hiroi T., Marchis F., Bishop J. L., Zolensky M.E., Herrin J.S. & Shaddad M.H. (2010) 2008 TC3 and the Search For the Ureilite Parent Body. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 45, 1590-1617.

Dyar, M. D., T. D. Glotch, M. D. Lane, B. Wopenka, J. M. Tucker, S. J. Seaman, G. J. Marchand, R. Klima, T. Hiroi, Bishop J. L., C. Pieters, J. Sunshine (2010) Spectroscopy of Yamato 984028, Polar Science, 4, 530-549, doi:10.1016/j.polar.2010.06.001.

Wray, J. J., Milliken, R. E., Dundas, C. M., Swayze, G. A., Andrews-Hanna, J. C., Baldridge, A. M., Chojnacki, M., Clark, R. N., Murchie, S. L., Ehlmann, B. L., Bishop J. L., Seelos, F. P., Tornabene, L. L. & Squyres, S. W. (2010) Columbus crater and other possible groundwater-fed paleolakes of Terra Sirenum, Mars. J. Geophys. Res., 116, E01001, doi:10.1029/2010JE003694.

Brown, A. J., S. J. Hook, A. M. Baldridge, J. F. Crowley, N. T. Bridges, B. J. Thomson, G. M. Marion, C. R. de Souza Filho &Bishop J. L. (2010) Hydrothermal formation of clay-carbonate alteration assemblages in the Nili Fossae region of Mars. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 297, 174-1821,  doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2010.06.018.

Parente M., Clark J.T. & Bishop J. L. (2010) End-to-End Simulation and Analytical Model of Remote-Sensing Systems: Application to CRISM. IEEE Trans. Geosc. and Rem. Sens., 48, 3877 - 3888.

Wray, J. J., Squyres, S. W., Roach, L. H., Bishop, J. L., Mustard, J. F. & Noe Dobrea, E. Z. (2010) Identification of the Ca-sulfate bassanite in Mawrth Vallis, Mars. Icarus, 209, 416-421, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2010.06.001.

Michalski, J. R. , F. Poulet, D. Loizeau, N. Mangold, E. Z. Noe Dobrea, Bishop J. L., J. J. Wray, N. K. McKeown, M. Parente, E. Hauber, F. Altieri, F. G. Carrozzo, and P. B. Niles (2010) The Mawrth Vallis Region of Mars: A Potential Landing Site for the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Mission. Astrobiology, 10 (7), 687-703.

Marzo, G. A., Davila, A. F., Tornabene, L. L., Dohm, J. M., Fairén, A. G., Gross, C., Kneissl, T., Bishop J. L., Roush, T. L. & McKay, C. P. (2010) Evidence for Hesperian impact-induced hydrothermalism on Mars. Icarus, 208, 667-683.

Fairén, A. G., V. Chevrier, O. Abramov, G. A. Marzo, P. Gavin, A. F. Davila, L. L. Tornabene, Bishop J. L., T. L. Roush, C. Gross, T. Kneissl, E. R. Uceda, J. M. Dohm, D. Schulze-Makuch, J. A. P. Rodríguez, Amils, R. & McKay, C. P. (2010) Noachian and more recent phyllosilicates in impact craters on Mars. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences, 107 (27), 12,095-12,100, doi: 10.1073/pnas.1002889107.

Heldmann, J.L., Conley, C.A., Brown, A.J., Fletcher, L., Bishop J. L. & McKay, C.P. (2010) Possible liquid water origin for Atacama Desert mudflow and recent gully deposits on Mars. Icarus, 206, 685-690.

Weitz, C. M., Milliken, R. E., Grant, J. A., McEwen, A. S., Williams, R. M. E., Bishop J. L. & Thomson, B. J. (2010) Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter observations of light-toned layered deposits and associated fluvial landforms on the plains adjacent to Valles Marineris. Icarus, 205, 73-102, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2009.04.017.

Roach L.H., Mustard J.F., Swayze G.A., Milliken R., Bishop J. L., Murchie, S. L. & Lichtenberg, K. A. (2010) Hydrated Mineral Stratigraphy of Ius Chasma, Valles Marineris. Icarus, 206, 253-268.

Bishop J. L. , Parente, M., Weitz, C. M., Noe Dobrea, E. Z., Roach, L. A., Murchie, S. L., McGuire, P. C., McKeown, N. K., Rossi, C. M., Brown, A. J., Calvin, W. M., Milliken, R. E. & Mustard, J. F. (2009) Mineralogy of Juventae Chasma: Sulfates in the Light-toned Mounds, Mafic Minerals in the Bedrock, and Hydrated Silica and Hydroxylated Ferric Sulfate on the Plateau.  J. Geophys. Res., 114, doi:10.1029/2009JE003352.

Noe Dobrea, E. Z., Bishop J. L., McKeown, N. K., Fu, R., Rossi, C. M., Michalski, J. R., Heinlein, C., Hanus, V., Poulet, F., Arvidson, R., Mustard, J. F., Ehlmann, B. L., Murchie, S., McEwen, A. S., Swayze, G., Bibring, J.-P., Malaret, J. F. E. & Hash, C. (2010) Mineralogy and Stratigraphy of Phyllosilicate-bearing and dark mantling units in the greater Mawrth Vallis: Constraints on geological origin.  J. Geophys. Res., 115, E00D19, doi:10.1029/2009JE003351.

McKeown, N. K., Bishop J. L., Noe Dobrea, E. Z., Parente, M., Ehlmann, B. L., Mustard, J. F., Murchie, S. L., Bibring, J.-P. & Silver, E. (2009) Characterization of phyllosilicates observed in the central Mawrth Vallis region, Mars, their potential formational processes, and implications for past climate.  J. Geophys. Res., 114, doi:10.1029/2008JE003301.

Roach L.H., Mustard J.F., Lane M.D. & Bishop J. L. (2009) Diagenetic hematite and sulfate assemblages in Valles Marineris. Icarus, 207, 659-674.

Wiseman, S. M., Arvidson, R. E., Morris, R. V., Poulet, F., Murchie, S. L., Seelos, F. P., Bishop J. L., Andrews-Hanna, J. C., Des Marais, D. & Griffes, J. L. (2010) Spectral and stratigraphic context of hydrated sulfate and phyllosilicate deposits in northern Sinus Meridiani, Mars.  J. Geophys. Res., 115, E00D18, doi:10.1029/2009JE003354.

Lichtenberg, K. A., Arvidson, R. E., Morris, R. V., Murchie, S. L., Bishop J. L., Glotch, T. D., Noe Dobrea, E., Mustard, J. F., Andrews-Hanna, J. & Roach, L. H. (2010) Stratigraphy of hydrated sulfates in the sedimentary deposits of Aram Chaos, Mars.  J. Geophys. Res., 115, E00D17, doi:10.1029/2009JE003353.

Ehlmann, B. L., Mustard, J. F., Swayze, G. A., Clark, R. N., Bishop J. L., Poulet, F., Marais, D. J. D., Roach, L. H., Milliken, R. E., Wray, J. J., Barnouin-Jha, O. & Murchie, S. L. (2009) Identification of hydrated silicate minerals on Mars using MRO-CRISM: geologic context near Nili Fossae and implications for aqueous alteration.  J. Geophys. Res., 114, doi:10.1029/2009JE003339.

Murchie, S. L., Roach, L. H., Seelos, F. P., Milliken, R. E., Mustard, J. F., Arvidson, R. E., Wiseman, S., Lichtenberg, K., Andrews-Hanna, J., Bibring, J.-P., Bishop J. L., Parente, M. & Morris, R. V. (2009) Evidence for the origin of layered deposits in Candor Chasma, Mars, from mineral composition and hydrologic modeling. J. Geophys. Res., 114, doi:10.1029/2009JE003343.

Murchie, S. L., Mustard, J. F., Ehlmann, B. L., Milliken, R. E., Bishop J. L., McKeown, N. K., Noe Dobrea, E. Z., Seelos, F. P., Buczkowski, D. L., Wiseman, S. M., Arvidson, R. E., Wray, J. J., Swayze G., Clark, R. N., Des Marais, D. J., McEwen, A. S., Bibring, J.-P. (2009) A synthesis of Martian aqueous mineralogy after one Mars year of observations from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Compositional Evidence for the Origin of Layered Deposits in Valles Marineris, Mars.  J. Geophys. Res., 114, doi:10.1029/2009JE003342.

Parente, M., Bishop J. L. & Bell, J. F., III (2009) Spectral unmixing and anomaly detection for mineral identification in Pancam images of Gusev soils. Icarus, 203, 421-436.

Roach, L. H., Mustard, J. F., Murchie, S. L., Bibring, J.-P., Forget, F., Lewis, K. W., Aharonson, O., Vincendon, M. &Bishop J. L. (2009) Testing Evidence of recent hydration state change in sulfates on Mars.  J. Geophys. Res., 114, E00D02, doi:10.1029/2008JE003245.

Jenniskens P., Shaddad M.H., Numan D., Elsir S., Kudoda A.M., Zolensky M.E., Le L., Robinson G.A., Friedrich J.M., Rumble D., Steele A., Chesley S.R., Fitzsimmons A., Duddy S., Hsieh H.H., Ramsay G., Brown P.G., Edwards W.N., Tagliaferri E., Boslough M.B., Spalding R.E., Dantowitz R., Kozubal M., Pravec P., Borovicka J., Charvat Z., Vaubaillon J., Kuiper J., Albers J., Bishop J. L., Mancinelli R.L., Sandford S.A., Milam S.N., Nuevo M. & Worden S.P. (2009) The Impact and recovery of asteroid 2008 TC3. Nature, 458, 485-488.

McGuire, P. C., Bishop J. L., Brown, A. J., Fraeman, A. A., Marzo, G. A., Morgan, M. F., Murchie, S. L., Mustard, J. F., Parente, M., Pelkey, S. M., Roush, T. L., Seelos, F. P., Smith, M. D., Wendt, L. & Wolff, M. J. (2009) An improvement to the volcano-scan algorithm for atmospheric correction of CRISM and OMEGA spectral data. Planetary and Space Science, 57 (7), 809-815.

Ehlmann, B. L., J. F. Mustard, S. L. Murchie, F. Poulet, Bishop J. L., A. J. Brown, W. M. Calvin, R. N. Clark, D. J. Des Marais, R. E. Milliken, L. H. Roach, T. L. Roush, G. A. Swayze, and J. J. Wray (2008), Oribtal identification of carbonate-bearing rocks on Mars, Science, 322 (19 December 2008), 1828-1832.

Milliken, R. E., Swayze, G. A., Arvidson, R. E., Bishop J. L., Clark, R. N., Ehlmann, B. L., Green, R. O., Grotzinger, J., Morris, R. V., Murchie, S. L., Mustard, J. F. & Weitz, C. M. (2008) Opaline Silica in Young Deposits on Mars. Geology, 36, 847-850;  doi: 10.1130/G24967A.1.

Bishop J. L. , Noe Dobrea E. Z., McKeown N. K., Parente M., Ehlman B. L., Michalski J. R., Milliken R. E., Poulet F., Swayze G. A., Mustard J. F., Murchie S. L. and Bibring J.-P. (2008), Phyllosilicate diversity and past aqueous activity revealed at Mawrth Vallis, Mars, Science, 321, 830-833, doi: 10.1126/science.1159699.

Poulet F., Beaty D.W., Bibring J.-P., Bish D.L., Bishop J. L., Noe Dobrea E.Z., Mustard J.F., Petit S. & Roach L.H. (2008) Key Scientific Questions and Key Investigations from the First International Conference on Martian Phyllosilicates. Astrobiology, 9, doi: 10.1089=ast.2009.0335.

Weitz C.M., Milliken R.E., Grant J.A., McEwen A.S., Williams R.M.S. & Bishop J. L. (2008) Light-toned strata and inverted channels adjacent to Juventae and Ganges Chasmata, Mars Geophysical Research Letters, 35, L19202, doi:10.1029/2008GL035317.

Dyar M.D., Schaefer M.W., Sklute E.C. & Bishop J. L. (2008) Mössbauer spectroscopy of phyllosilicates: Effects of fitting models on recoil-free fractions and redox ratios. Clay Minerals, 43, 3-33.

Pieters C.M., Klima R.L., Hiroi T., Dyar M.D., Lane M.D., Treiman A.H., Noble S.K., Sunshine J.M. & Bishop J. L. (2008) The origin of brown olivine in Martian dunite NWA 2737: Integrated spectroscopic analyses of brown olivine.  J. Geophys. Res., 113, E06004, doi:10.1029/2007JE002939.

Mustard J. F., Murchie S. L., Pelkey S. M., Ehlmann B. L., Milliken R. E., Grant J. A., Bibring J.-P., Poulet F., Bishop J. L., Noe Dobrea E. Z., Roach L. A., Seelos F., Arvidson R. E., Wiseman S., Green R., Hash C., Humm D., Malaret E., McGovern J. A., Seelos K., Clancy R. T., Clark R. N., Des Marais D., Izenberg N., Knudson A. T., Langevin Y., Martin T., McGuire P., Morris R. V., Robinson M., Roush T., Smith M., Swayze G. A., Taylor H., Titus T. N. & Wolff M. (2008) Hydrated silicate minerals on Mars observed by the CRISM instrument on MRO. Nature, 454 (7202, 17 July 2008), doi: 10.1038/nature07097, 7305-7309.

Bishop J. L. , Dyar M. D., Sklute E. C. & Drief A. (2008) Physical alteration of antigorite: A Mössbauer spectroscopy, reflectance spectroscopy and TEM study with applications to Mars. Clay Minerals, 43, 55-67.

Bishop J. L. , Lane M. D., Dyar M. D. & Brown A. J. (2008) Reflectance and emission spectroscopy study of four groups of phyllosilicates: Smectites, kaolinite-serpentines, chlorites and micas Clay Minerals, 43, 35-54.

Lane M. D., Bishop J. L., Dyar M. D., King P. L., Parente M. & Hyde B. C. (2008) Mineralogy of the Paso Robles Soils on Mars. American Mineralogist, 93, 728-739.

Murchie S., Arvidson R. E., Bedini P., Beisser K., Bibring J.-P., Bishop J. L., Boldt J., Cavender P., Choo T., Clancy R. T., Darlington E. H., Des Marais D., Espiritu R., Fasold M., Fort D., Green R., Guinness E., Hayes J., Hash C., Heffernan K., Hemmler J., Heyler G., Humm D., Hutcheson J., Izenberg N., Lee R., Lees J., Lohr D., Malaret E., Martin T. Z., McGovern J. A., Morris R. V., Mustard J. F., Pelkey S., Rhodes E., Robinson M., Roush T., Schaefer E., Seagrave G., Seelos F., Silvergate P., Slavney S., Smith M., Strohbehn K., Taylor H., Thompson P., Tossman B., and Wolff M. J. (2007) CRISM (Compact Reconnaissance Imaging Spectrometer for Mars) on MRO (Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter). J. Geophys. Res., 112, doi:10.1029/2006JE002682.

Minitti M.E., Weitz C.M., Lane M.D. & Bishop J. L. (2007) Morphology, chemistry, and spectral properties of Hawaiian rock coatings and implications for Mars.  J. Geophys. Res., 112, E05015 1-24.

Bishop J. L. , Schiffman P., Murad E., Dyar M. D., Drief A., and Lane M. D. (2007) Characterization of alteration products in tephra from Haleakala, Maui: A visible-infrared spectroscopy, Mössbauer spectroscopy, XRD, EPMA and TEM study. Clays and Clay Minerals, 55, 1-17.

Schiffman P., Zierenberg R. A., Marks N., Bishop J. L., and Dyar M. D. (2006) Acid fog deposition at Kilauea Volcano: A possible mechanism for the formation of siliceous-sulfate rock coatings on Mars. Geology, 34, 921-924; doi: 10.1130/G22620A.1.

Bishop J. L. , Louris S. K., Rogoff D. A. & Rothschild L. J. (2006) Nanophase iron oxides as a key ultraviolet sunscreen for ancient photosynthetic microbes. International Journal of Astrobiology, 5, 1-12.

Moody C. D., Jorge Villar S. E., Edwards H. G. M., Hodgson D. A., Doran P. T., and Bishop J. L. (2005) Biogeological Raman spectroscopic studies of Antarctic lacustrine sediments. Spectrochim. Acta, 61, 2413-2417.

Bishop, J. L. 2005. Hydrated Minerals on Mars. In: T. Tokano (eds.) Water on Mars and Life. Springer. 65-96.

Bishop, J. L. & Murad, E. (2005) The visible and infrared spectral properties of jarosite and alunite. American Mineralogist90, 1100-1107.

Minitti, M. E., Lane, M. D. & Bishop, J. L. (2005) A new hematite formation mechanism for Mars. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 40, 55-69.

Bishop, J. L., Dyar, M. D., Lane, M. D. & Banfield, J. F. (2005) Spectral identification of hydrated sulfates on Mars and comparison with acidic environments on Earth. International Journal of Astrobiology3, 275-285.

Bishop J. L., Murad E., Lane M. D., and Mancinelli R. L. (2004) Multiple Techniques for Mineral Identification on Mars: A Study of Hydrothermal Rocks as Potential Analogues for Astrobiology Sites on Mars. Icarus169(2), 311-323.

Bishop J. L. and Murad E. (2004) Characterization of minerals and biogeochemical markers on Mars: A Raman and IR spectroscopy study of montmorillonite. J. Raman Spectr., 35, 480-486. [PDF]

Edwards, H. G. M., Jorge Villar, S. E., Bishop, J. L. & Bloomfield, M. (2004) Raman spectroscopy of sediments from the Antarctic Dry Valleys; an analog study for exploration of potential paleolakes on Mars. J. Raman Spectr., 35, 458-462.

Lane, M. D., Dyar, M. D. & Bishop, J. L. (2004) Spectroscopic evidence for hydrous iron sulfate in the Martian soil. Geophysical Research Letters31, L19702, doi:10.1029/2004GL021231.

Bishop, J. L., Anglen, B. L., Pratt, L. M., Edwards, H. G. M., Des Marais, D. J. & Doran, P. T. (2003) A Spectroscopy and Isotope Study of Sediments from the Antarctic Dry Valleys as Analogs for Potential Paleolakes on Mars. International Journal of Astrobiology2(4), 273-287.

Bishop J. L., S. L. Murchie, C. M. Pieters, Zent A. P. (2002) A Model for Formation of Dust, Soil and Rock Coatings on Mars: Physical and Chemical Processes on the Martian Surface. J. Geophys. Res.107(E11), 5097, doi:10.1029/2001JE001581.

Bishop J. L., Madejova J., Komadel P., and Froeschl H. (2002) The Influence of Structural Fe, Al and Mg on the Infrared OH Bands in Spectra of Dioctahedral Smectites. Clay Miner.37, 607-616.

Schiffman, P., Southard, R. J., Eberl, D. D. & Bishop, J. L. 2002. Distinguishing palagonitized from pedogenically-altered basaltic Hawaiian tephra: mineralogical and geochemical criteria. In: J. L. Smellie and M. G. Chapman (eds.) Volcano-Ice Interactions on Earth and Mars. Geological Society, Special PublicationNo.202. 393-405.

Bishop, J. L., Murad, E. & Dyar, M. D. (2002a) The influence of octahedral and tetrahedral cation substitution on the structure of smectites and serpentines as observed through infrared spectroscopy. Clay Minerals37, 617-628.

Bishop J. L., Schiffman P., Southard R. (2002) Geochemical and mineralogical analyses of palagonitic tuffs and altered rinds of pillow lavas on Iceland and applications to Mars. In Volcano-Ice Interactions on Earth and Mars, eds. J.L. Smellie and M.G. Chapman (Geological Society, Special Pub. No. 202) London, 371-392.

Bishop J. L. and Murad E. (2002) Spectroscopic and Geochemical Analyses of Ferrihydrite from Hydrothermal Springs in Iceland and Applications to Mars. In Volcano-Ice Interactions on Earth and Mars, eds. J. L. Smellie and M. G. Chapman (Geological Society, Special Pub. No. 202) London, 357-370.

Bishop J. L., Banin A., Mancinelli R. L., Klovstad M. L. (2002) Detection of soluble and fixed NH 4+ in clay minerals by DTA and IR reflectance spectroscopy: A potential tool for planetary surface exploration, Planetary Space Science50, 11-19.

Bishop J. L., Froeschl H., Lougear A., Newton J., Körner W., Koeberl C., Doran P. and Trautwein A. X. (2001) Mineralogical and geochemical analyses of Antarctic sediments: A reflectance and Mössbauer spectroscopy study with applications for remote sensing on Mars. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta65, 2875-2897.

Bishop J. L., Murad E., Madejova J., Komadel P., Wagner U. and Scheinost A. (1999) Visible, Mössbauer and infrared spectroscopy of dioctahedral smectites: Structural analyses of the Fe-bearing smectites Sampor, SWy-1 and SWa-1. 11th International Clay Conference, June, 1997, Ottawa, 413-419. [PDF]

Bishop J. L., Fröschl H. and R. L. Mancinelli (1998c) Alteration processes in volcanic soils and identification of exobiologically important weathering products on Mars using remote sensing. J. Geophys. Res.103, 31,457-31,476.

Bishop J. L., Pieters C. M., Hiroi T. and Mustard J. F. (1998a) Spectroscopic analysis of martian meteorite ALH 84001 powder and applications for spectral identification of minerals and other soil components on Mars.Meteorit. Planet. Sci.33, 699-708.

Bishop J. L. , Mustard J. F., Pieters C. M. and Hiroi T. (1998) Recognition of minor constituents in reflectance spectra of ALH 84001 chips and the importance for remote sensing on Mars. Meteorit. Planet. Sci., 33, 693-698.

Bishop J. L. (1998) Biogenic catalysis of soil formation on Mars? Origins Life Evol. Biosphere, 28, 449-459.

Bishop J. L. , Koeberl C., Kralik C., Froeschl H., Englert P. A. J., Andersen D. W., Pieters C. M. and Wharton R. A. (1996) Reflectance spectroscopy and geochemical analyses of Lake Hoare sediments, Antarctica. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta,  60, 765-785.

Bishop J. L. , Pieters C. M., Burns R. G., Edwards J. O., Mancinelli R. L. and Froeschl H. (1995) Reflectance spectroscopy of ferric sulfate-bearing montmorillonites as Mars soil analog materials. Icarus, 117, 101-119.

Bishop J. L. and Pieters C. M. (1995) Low-temperature and low atmospheric pressure infrared reflectance spectroscopy of Mars soil analog materials. J. Geophys. Res. 100, 5369-5379.

Bishop J. L. , Pieters C. M. and Edwards J. O. (1994) Infrared spectroscopic analyses on the nature of water in montmorillonite. Clays Clay Min., 42, 701-715. [PDF]

Reimold W. U., Koeberl C. and Bishop J. L. (1994) Roter Kamm impact crater, Namibia: Geochemistry of basement rocks and breccias. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta,  58, 2689-2710.

Bishop J. L. , Pieters C. M. and Burns R. G. (1993) Reflectance and Mössbauer spectroscopy of ferrihydrite-montmorillonite assemblages as Mars soil analog materials. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta,  57, 4583-4595. [PDF]

Murchie S., Mustard J., Bishop J. L., Head J., Pieters C. and Erard S. (1993) Spatial variations in the spectral properties of bright regions on Mars. Icarus, 105, 454-468.

 

Selected List of Published Contributions to Academic Conferences

Bishop, J. L., Lane, M. D., Brown, A. J., Hiroi, T., Swayze, G. A. & Lin, J.-F. (2013) Spectral Properties of Ca-, Mg- and Fe-bearing Carbonates. 44th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstr. #1719.

Bishop, J. L., Wray, J. J., Ehlmann, B. L., Brown, A. J. & Parente, M. (2013) Refining Martian carbonate chemistries determined through CRISM analyses of several carbonate-bearing outcrops. 44th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstr. #2555.

Englert, P., Bishop, J. L., Gibson, E. K. & Koeberl, C. (2013) Subsurface Salts in Antarctic Dry Valley Soils. 44th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Abstr. #1804.

Bishop, J. L., M. D. Lane, and M. D. Dyar (2012), Reflectance spectra of hydrated sulfates, phosphates and perchlorates. Eos Trans. AGU, 93, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstr. # P11E-1872.

Roush, T. L., Bishop, J. L., Brown, A. J., Blake, D. F. & Bristow, T. F. (2012) On-going laboratory efforts to quantitatively address clay abundance on Mars. Eos Trans. AGU, 93, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstr. # P13A-1905.

Bishop J.L., Wray J.J., Lowe D.R., Loizeau D., McKeown N.K., Saper L., Parente M. & Beyer R.A. (2012) Evidence for sedimentary processes at Mawrth Vallis, Mars and Implications for Habitability. Astrobiology Science Conference, Abstr. # 5012.

Bishop J.L., Parente M. & Hamilton V.E. (2011) Spectral signatures of Martian meteorites and what they can tell us about rocks on Mars. Meteoritical Society 74th annual meeting, Abstr. #5393.

Bishop J.L. & Weitz C.M. (2011) Morphology and mineralogy of light-toned layered deposits on the Juventae Chasma Plateau and the location of a proposed future landing site. 42nd Lunar Planetary Science Conf., Abstr. #2115.

Bishop, J. L. (2010) Characterizing Martian Soils:  Correlating Orbital Observations with Chemistry and Mineralogy from Landed Missions. Eos Trans. AGU, 91, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstr. # P51F-02.

Freeman, W., Bishop, J. L., Marchis, F., Emery, J. P., Reiss, A. E., Hiroi, T., Barrado y Navascués, D., Shaddad, M. H. & Jenniskens, P. (2010) Investigation of the origin of 2008 TC3 through spectral analysis of F-type asteroids and lab spectra of Almahata Sitta and mineral mixtures. Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society, 42, 1059.

Bishop J.L. (2009) Characterizing the aqueous materials identified by CRISM on Mars through analysis of terrestrial analog sites, Workshop on the Microstructure of the Martian Surface, Copenhagen, Abstr. #9013.

Bishop J.L., Dyar M.D., Majzlan J. & Lane M.D. (2009) Spectral properties of copiapites with variable cation compositions and implications for characterizations of copiapite on Mars. 40th Lunar Planet Science Conf., Abstr. #2073.

Makarewicz H.D., Parente M. & Bishop J.L. (2009) Determining the composition of phyllosilicates using automated Gassuan modeling of spectral features. 40th Lunar Planet Science Conf., Abstr. #1358.

Bishop, J. L., M. Parente, M. Lane, M. D. Dyar, D. L. Bish, P. Sarrazin, P. King, N. McKeown, R. Milliken, L. Roach, G. Swayze, C. Weitz, S. Murchie, and J. F. Mustard (2008), Coordinating CRISM Observations of Sulfates near Valles Marineris with the Subsurface Bright Salty Soils Exposed in Gusev Crater via Lab Experiments, Eos Trans. AGU, 89(53), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstr. #B13E-04.

Bishop J. L., Alpers C. N., Coleman M. L., Sobron P., Lane M. D., Dyar M. D. & Schiffman P. (2008) Sulfates on Mars: Comparison with spectral properties of analog sites. Goldschmidt Conf., Abstr. #18D_1668.

Bishop J. L., Garcia N., Dyar M. D., Parente M., Murad E., Mancinelli R. L., Drief A., and Lane M. D.  (2008) Maghemite as an astrobiology indicator on the Martian surface: Reduction of iron oxides by early organic compounds to generate magnetic phases, Geophysical Research Abstracts, 10, EGU2008-A-11557.

Bishop J. L., Lane M. D., Dyar M. D., and Brown A. J. (2006) Sulfates on Mars: Indicators of aqueous processes on Mars. Astrobiology 6(1), 187 (AbSciCon, Wash. DC, Abstr. #169).

Bishop, J. L., Schiffman, P., Lane, M. D. & Dyar, M. D. (2005). Solfataric alteration in Hawaii as a mechanism for formation of the sulfates observed on Mars by OMEGA and the MER instruments. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXVI., Abstr. #1456.

Bishop, J. L., Rothstein, Y., Dyar, M. D., Lane, M. D., Klima, R. L. & Brophy, G. P. (2005) Distinguishing Na, K, and H3O+ jarosite and alunite on Mars using VNIR, emittance and Mössbauer spectroscopy on the MER and Mars Express/OMEGA missions. Eos Trans. AGU86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstr. #P21A-0126.

Bishop, J. L., Schiffman, P., Southard, R. J., Drief, A., Verosub, K. L. & Smith, D. J. (2004). Classifying terrestrial volcanic alteration processes and defining alteration processes they represent on Mars. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXV., Abstr. #1780.

Bishop J. L., Parente M., and Hamilton V. E. (2003) Identifying Minerals on Mars Through VNIR and Mid-IR Spectral Deconvolution based on the Martian Meteorites. Eos Trans. AGU 84 (46), Abstr. # P21B-0045.

Bishop, J. L., Minitti, M. E., Lane, M. D. & Weitz, C. M. (2003). The influence of glassy coatings on volcanic rocks from Mauna Iki, Hawaii and applications to rocks on Mars. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXIV., Abstr. #1516.


Rosalba Bonaccorsi
Research Scientist

Adrian Brown
Research Scientist

Brown, A.J., Titus, T.N. and Piquex, S. 2014. 'Interannual observations and quantification of summertime H2O ice deposition on the Martian CO2 ice south polar cap' (2014) Earth and Planetary Science Letters 406 102-109  doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2014.08.039

Brown, A.J., 2014. 'Spectral bluing induced by small particles under the Mie and Rayleigh regimes' (2014) Icarus 239 85-95  doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2014.05.042

Brown, A.J. 2006. 'Spectral Curve Fitting for Automatic Hyperspectral data Analysis,' Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 44(6) 1601-1608doi:10.1109/TGRS.2006.870435

Brown, A.J. 2006. 'Hyperspectral Mapping of Ancient Hydrothermal Systems', PhD thesis,  supervised by T. Cudahy and M. Walter (2006) Earth and Planetary Sciences Department, Macquarie University, 328 pages

Brown, A.J. M. Walter and T. Cudahy 2005, 'Hyperspectral mapping of Dresser Formation, Pilbara Craton' Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 52 , 353-364 doi:10.1080/08120090500134530

Brown, A.J., T. Cudahy and M. Walter, 2004. 'SWIR Investigation of sites of astrobiological interest' with Astrobiology 4 359-376

Brown, A. J., Wolff, M. J., 2013. Climatology of the Martian Polar Regions: Three Mars Years of CRISM/MARCI Observations of Atmospheric Clouds and Dust. LPSC XXXXIV. LPI, Houston, TX, pp. Abstract #1874.

Brown, A. J. (2013). Remotely detecting really tiny particles around exoplanets. Abstract A23B-0228, AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco, CA, AGU.

Bishop, J. L., K. A. Perry, M. Darby Dyar, T. F. Bristow, D. F. Blake, A. J. Brown and S. E. Peel (2013). "Coordinated spectral and XRD analyses of magnesite-nontronite-forsterite mixtures and implications for carbonates on Mars." Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets

Bishop, J. L., J. J. Wray, B. L. Ehlmann, A. J. Brown and M. Parente (2013). Refining Martian carbonate chemistries determined through CRISM analyses of several carbonate-bearing outcrops. LPSC XXXXIV, Houston, TX, LPI

Becerra, P., S. Byrne and A. J. Brown (2013). Observations of CO2 Frost Halos on the South Polar Residual Cap of Mars. LPSC XXXXIV, Houston, TX, LPI.

Szumila, I., J. L. Bishop, L. K. Fenton and A. J. Brown (2013). Composition and morphology of gypsum dunes in Olympia Undae on Mars. LPSC XXXXIV, Houston, TX, LPI.

Baldridge, A.M. et al., 2009. Contemporaneous deposition of phyllosilicates and sulfates: Using Australian acidic saline lake deposits to describe geochemical variability on Mars. Geophysical Research Letters, 36(19).

Bishop, J.L. et al., 2011. Carbonate rocks in the Mojave Desert as an analogue for Martian carbonates. International Journal of Astrobiology, 10(4), pp.349–358.

Bishop, J.L. et al., 2013. Coordinated spectral and XRD analyses of magnesite-nontronite-forsterite mixtures and implications for carbonates on Mars. Journal of Geophysical Research E: Planets, 118(4), pp.635–650.

Bishop, J.L. et al., 2009. Mineralogy of Juventae Chasma: Sulfates in the light-toned mounds, mafic minerals in the bedrock, and hydrated silica and hydroxylated ferric sulfate on the plateau. Journal of Geophysical Research E: Planets, 114(11).

Brown, A.J., Calvin, W.M., et al., 2010. Compact Reconnaissance Imaging Spectrometer for Mars (CRISM) south polar: First Mars year of observations. Journal of Geophysical Research E: Planets, 115(1).

Brown, A.J., Hook, S.J., et al., 2010. Hydrothermal formation of Clay-Carbonate alteration assemblages in the Nili Fossae region of Mars. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 297(1-2), pp.174–182.

Brown, A.J., Byrne, S., et al., 2008. Louth crater: Evolution of a layered water ice mound. Icarus, 196(2), pp.433–445.

Brown, A.J., Calvin, W.M. & Murchie, S.L., 2012. Compact Reconnaissance Imaging Spectrometer for Mars (CRISM) north polar springtime recession mapping: First 3 Mars years of observations. Journal of Geophysical Research E: Planets, 117(12). Available at: .

Brown, A.J., Cudahy, T.J. & Walter, M.R., 2006. Hydrothermal alteration at the Panorama Formation, North Pole Dome, Pilbara Craton, Western Australia. Precambrian Research, 151(3-4), pp.211–223. Available at: .

Brown, A.J. & Storrie-Lombardi, M., 2007. MR PRISM - A software suite for CRISM analysis. In Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering.

Brown, A.J. & Storrie-Lombardi, M., 2006. MR PRISM - A spectral analysis tool for the PRISM. In Proceedings of SPIE - The International Society for Optical Engineering. 

Brown, A.J., Sutter, B. & Dunagan, S., 2008. The MARTE VNIR imaging spectrometer experiment: Design and analysis. Astrobiology, 8(5), pp.1001–1011.

Brown, A.J. & Xie, Y., 2012. Symmetry relations revealed in Mueller matrix hemispherical maps. Journal of Quantitative Spectroscopy and Radiative Transfer, 113(8), pp.644–651.

Heldmann, J.L. et al., 2010. Possible liquid water origin for Atacama Desert mudflow and recent gully deposits on Mars. Icarus, 206(2), pp.685–690.

McGuire, P.C. et al., 2009. An improvement to the volcano-scan algorithm for atmospheric correction of CRISM and OMEGA spectral data. Planetary and Space Science, 57(7), pp.809–815.

Parente, M. et al., 2010. End-to-end simulation and analytical model of remote-sensing systems: Application to CRISM. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 48(11), pp.3877–3888

'Spectral Curve Fitting for Automatic Hyperspectral data Analysis,' (2006) Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, in press

'Mars Polar Targets for the CRISM' with J. Bishop and R. Green, (2006) Mars Water Workshop, NASA Ames Research Center, Feb 22-23

'Spectral absorption band analysis at Cerberus Fossae using Mars Express OMEGA data', (2006) LPSC XXXVII, abstract 1477

'Hydrothermal Mars through the CRISM: Which hydroxyl band and why', (2005) LPSC XXXVI, abstract 1091

'Hyperspectral and field mapping of an Archean Komatiite Unit in the Pilbara Craton, Western Australia: Applications for the CRISM Mission', (2004) LPSC XXXV, abstract 1420


Michael Busch
Research Scientist

Nathalie Cabrol
Senior Research Scientist

 

Peer-Reviewed Articles (as of October 2011)

 

(2011)

Cabrol, N. A., U. Feister, E. A. Grin, D.-P. Häder, H. Piazena, K. Rose, J. Mack, C. Demergasso, G. Chong, and S. Milam, Short wavelength solar radiation and ozone loss in the tropical Andes, Nature Geosciences, (in review).

 

(2010)

Arvidson, R.E., S. Ruff, R.V. Morris,  R. Gellert,  D.W. Ming, L. Crumpler, A. Yen, S.W. Squyres, M. Rice, J.F. Bell III, N.A. Cabrol, W. Farrand, A. Shaw, K. Siebach, R. Greenberger, J.A. Grant, E.A. Guinness, K.E. Herkenhoff, J.R. Johnson, G. Klingelhöfer, R. Li. Spirit Mars rover mission to the Columbia Hills, Gusev crater: Mission overview and selected results from the Northern Home Plate Winter Haven to the side of the Scamander crater. J. Geophys. Res.-Planets, MER Special Issue, (2010).

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin, Searching for lakes on Mars: Forty years of exploration, In: Lakes on Mars (Cabrol, N. A. and E. A. Grin, eds), Chapter 1, Elsevier, 1-31, (2010).

Cabrol, N. A, E. A. Grin, G. Chong, A. N. Hock, D. P. Häder, et al., Declining lake habitat in rapid climate change, In: Lakes on Mars (Cabrol, N. A. and E. A. Grin, eds), Chapter 13, Elsevier, Chapter 13, Elsevier.

Cabrol N. A., D. T. Andersen, C. R. Stoker, P. Lee, C. P. McKay, and D. S. Wettergreen. Chapter 10: Other Analogs to Mars: High altitude, subsurface, desert, and polar environments. In: Life in Antarctic Deserts and other Cold Dry Environments: Astrobiological Analogues, Peter T. Doran, W. Berry Lyons, and Diane M. McKinght, (Eds.), Cambridge University Press, Cambridge Astrobiology, NY, 258-305, (2010).

Cabrol, N. A., K. L. Herkenhoff, E. A. Grin, A. Knoll, R. Li, A. R. Yingst and others. Textural diversity of soils at Gusev from Spirit’s Microscopic Imager: Individual particle populations and soil mixings. J. Geophys. Res.-Planets, MER Special Issue (in preparation).

Cabrol, N.A., and E. A. Grin. The Geosignatures of Caves on Mars. J. Geophys. Res.-Planets (in preparation).

Crumpler, L. S., R. E. Arvidson, S. W. Squyres, D. Blaney, J.F. Bell III,N. A. Cabrol, B. Cohen,D. DesMarais, P. deSouza, W. Farrand, J. Farmer, R. Gellert, R. Greeley, E.A. Guinness,K.E. Herkenhoff,J. Hurowitz, J.R. Johnson, G. Klingelhöfer, K. Lewis, T. McCoy, A. McEwen, H. Y. McSween, D. W. Ming, R.V. Morris, M. Powell, J.W. Rice, Jr., M. Rice, S. Ruff, M. Schmidt, C. Schröder, A. Yen, and A. Yingst. Field reconnaissance geologic mapping of the Columbia Hills, Gusev crater based on MER Spirit rover and MRO HiRISE observation. J. Geophys. Res.-Planets, MER Special Issue (in preparation).

Demergasso, C., C. Dorador, D. Meneses, J. Blamey, N. Cabrol, L. Escudero, and G. Chong. Prokaryotic diversity pattern in high-altitude ecosystems of the Chilean Altiplano. J. Geophys. Res., 115, G00D09, doi: 10.1029/2008JG000836, (2010).

 

(2009)

Cabrol, N. A., and the HLP team. The High Lakes Project. J. Geophys. Res.-Biogeosciences, High Lakes Project, special issue, doi:10.1029/2008JG000818, (2009).

Dorador, C., D. Meneses, L. Escudero, J. Blamey, N. A. Cabrol, G. Chong, and C. Demergasso.Microbial communities in Salar de Aguas Calientes and Laguna Lejía, two high altitude lakes of the Chilean Altiplano. J. Geophys. Res.-Biogeosciences, HLP Special Issue (2009).

 

 

 

 

 (2008)

Arvidson, R.E., S. Ruff, R.V. Morris, D.W. Ming, L. Crumpler, A. Yen, S.W. Squyres, R.J. Sullivan, J.F. Bell III, N.A. Cabrol et al., (2008). Spirit Mars rover mission to the Columbia Hills, Gusev crater: Mission Overview and selected results from the Cumberland Ridge to Home Plate. JGR-Planets, 111, E12S08.

Cabrol, N. A., K. Herkenhoff, R. Greeley, E. A. Grin, C. Schröder, C. d’Uston, C. Weitz, A. R. YingstB. A Cohen, J. Moore, A. Knudson, B. Franklin, and R. C. Anderson, (2008). Soil sedimentology at Gusev crater from the Columbia Memorial Station to Winter Haven, J. Geophys. Res. 113, E06S05, MER Special Issue.

Chen, B., N. A. Cabrol, C. P. McKay, C. Shi, C. Gu, R. Newhouse, J. Zhang, T. Lam, Q. Pei (2008). Mix and Match: Enhanced Raman spectroscopy instrumentation in field applications. SPIE Conference, invited communication, Proceedings.

Greeley, R., P. L. Whelley, L. D. V. Neakrase, R. E. Arvidson, N. T. Bridges, N. A. Cabrol, P. R. Christensen, K. Di, R. L. Fergason, D. J. Foley, M. P. Golombek, K. Herkenhoff, A. Knudson, R. O. Kuzmin, R. Li, T. Michaels, S. W. Squyres, R. Sullivan, and S. D. Thompson 2008. Columbia Hills, Mars: Aeolian features see from the ground and orbit. J. Geophys. Res. MER Special Issue, Res., 113, E06S06, doi: 10.1029/2007JE002971.

Schmidt, M. E., S. W. Ruff, T. McCoy, W. H. Farrand, J. R. Johnson, R. Gellert, D. W. Ming, R. V. Morris, N. A. Cabrol et al., (2008). The hydrothermal origin of halogens at Home Plate, Gusev crater. J. Geophys. Res. 113, E06S05, MER Special Issue, 111, No. E2, E02S10, 10.1029/2005JE002480.

Weinstein, S., D. Pane, L. A. Ernst, K. Warren-Rhodes, J. M. Dohm, A. N. Hock, J. L. Piatek, S. Emani, F. Lanni, M. Wagner, G. W. Fisher, E. Minkley, L. E. Dansey, T. Smith, E. A. Grin, K. Stubbs, G. Thomas, C. S. Cockell, L. Marinangeli, G. G. Ori, S. Heys, J. P. Teza, J. E. Moersch, P. Coppin, G. C. Diaz, D. S. Wettergreen, N. A. Cabrol, and A. S. Waggoner (2008). Application of pulsed-excitation fluorescence imager for daylight detection of sparse life in tests in the Atacama Desert, J. Geophys. Res., 113, G01S90, doi:10.1029/2006JG000319.

Yingst, R. A., L. Crumpler, W. H. Farrand, R. Li, N. A. Cabrol, and L. D. Neakrase (2008), Morphology and texture of particles along the Spirit rover traverse from sol 450 to sol 745, J. Geophys. Res., 113, E12S41, doi:10.1029/2008JE003179.

 

(2007)

Cabrol, N. A., David S. Wettergreen, Kim Warren-Rhodes, Edmond A. Grin, Jeffrey Moersch, Guillermo Chong Diaz, Charles S. Cockell, Peter Coppin, Cecilia Demergasso, James M. Dohm, Lauren Ernst, Gregory Fisher, Craig Hardgrove, Andrew N. Hock, Lucia Marinangeli, Edwin Minkley, Gian Gabriele Ori, Jennifer Piatek, Alan Waggoner, Shmuel Weinstein, Mike Wyatt, Trey Smith, David Thompson, Michael Wagner, Dominic Jonak, Kristen Stubb, Geb Thomas, Erin Pudenz, and Justin Glasgow (2007). Life in the Atacama: Searching for Life with Rovers (Science Overview). Special Issue: Field Investigations of Life in the Atacama Desert. JGR-Biogeosciences 112, G04S02, doi:10.1029/2006JG000298.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and A. N. Hock 2007. Mitigation of environmental extremes as a possible indicator of extended habitat sustainability for lakes on early Mars. Proc. SPIE Conf., 6694-36, 1, San Diego.

Greeley, R., P. L. Whelley, L. D. V. Neakrase, R. E. Arvidson, N. T. Bridges, N. A. Cabrol, P. R. Christensen, K. Di, R. L. Fergason, D. J. Foley, M. P. Golombek, K. Herkenhoff, A. Knudson, R. O. Kuzmin, R. Li, T. Michaels, S. W. Squyres, R. Sullivan, and S. D. Thompson 2008. Columbia Hills, Mars: Aeolian features see from the ground and orbit. J. Geophys. Res. MER Special Issue, Res., 113, E06S06, doi: 10.1029/2007JE002971.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, K. T. Kiss, E.  Ács, I. Grigorszky, K. Szabò, B. Tóth, D.A. Fike, A. N. Hock, C. Demergasso, L. Escudero, G. Chong, P. Galleguillos, B.H Grigsby, J. Zambrana Román, C. P. McKay, and C. Tambley 2007. Signatures of Habitats and Life in Earth’s High-Altitude Lakes: Clues to Noachian Aqueous Environments on Mars. In: The Geology of Mars, Chapter 14: Evidence from Earth-Based Analogs, ed. Mary Chapman, Cambridge University Press, 349-370.

Escudero, L., G. Chong, C. Demergasso, M. E. Farias, N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, E. Minkley Jr., and Y. Yu 2007. Investigating microbial diversity and UV radiation impact at the high altitude lake Aguas Calientes, Chile. Proc. SPIE Conf., San Diego.

Hock, A. N., N. A. Cabrol, J. M. Dohm, J. Piatek, K. Warren-Rhodes, S. Weinstein, D. S Wettergreen, E. A. Grin et al. 2007. Life in the Atacama: A scoring system for habitability and the robotic exploration for life. Special Issue: Field Investigations of Life in the Atacama Desert. JGR-Biogeosciences 112, G04S02, doi:10.1029/2006JG000321.

Mahaney, W., H. Miyamoto, J. Dohm, V. Baker, N. Cabrol, E. Grin, and D. Berman 2007. Rock glaciers on Mars: Earth-based clues to Mars’ recent paleoclimatic history. Planetary & Space Sciences 55, 181-192.

Morris, R. L., R. Berthold, and N. Cabrol 2007. Diving at extreme altitude: Dive planning and execution during the 2006 High-Lakes science expedition, Proc. AAUS Conference.

Piatek, J. L., C. Hardgrove, J. E. Moersch, D. M. Drake, M. B. Wyatt, M. Rampey, O. Carlisle, K. Warren-Rhodes, J. M. Dohm, A. N. Hock, N. A. Cabrol, D. S. Wettergreen, E. A. Grin et al. 2007. Surface and subsurface composition of the Life in the Atacama field sites from rover data and orbital image analysis. Special Issue: Field Investigations of Life in the Atacama Desert. JGR-Biogeosciences 112, G04S02, doi:10.1029/2006JG000298.

Smith, T., D. R. Thompson, D. Wettergreen, N. Cabrol, K. Warren-Rhodes, and S. Weinstein 2007.  Life in the Atacama: science autonomy for improving data quality. Special Issue: Field Investigations of Life in the Atacama Desert. JGR-Biogeosciences 112, G04S02, doi:10.1029/2006JG000315.

Thomas, G. W., I. Usktins Peate, J. Nakamoto, E. Pudenz, J. Glasgow, J. Bretthauer, N. A. Cabrol, D. S. Wettergreen, E. A. Grin et al. 2007. Comparing different methods for assessing ground truth for rover analysis for the 2005 season of the life in the Atacama project. Special Issue: Field Investigations of Life in the Atacama Desert. JGR-Biogeosciences 112, G04S02, doi:10.1029/2006JG000318.

Warren-Rhodes, K., S. Weinstein, J. Dohm, J. Piatek, E. Minkley, A. Hock, C. Cockell, D. Pane, L. Ernst, G. Fisher, S. Emani, A. S. Waggoner, N. A. Cabrol, D. S. Wettergreen et al. 2007. Searching for life remotely: Satellite-to-rover habitat mapping in the Atacama desert, Chile, JGR-Biogeosciences 112, G04S02, doi:10.1029/2006JG000283.

Warren-Rhodes, K., S. Weinstein, J. Dohm, J. Piatek, E. Minkley, A. Hock, C. Cockell, D. Pane, L. Ernst, G. Fisher, S. Emani, A. S. Waggoner, N. A. Cabrol, D. S. Wettergreen et al. 2007. Robotic ecological mapping: Habitats and the search for life on Mars in the Atacama desert. JGR-Biogeosciences 112, G04S02, doi:10.1029/2006JG000301.

 

(2006)

Arvidson, R. E.; Squyres, S. W.; Anderson, R. C.; Bell, J. F., III; Blaney, D.; Brückner, J.; Cabrol, N. A.; et al., (2006). Overview of the Spirit Mars Exploration Rover Mission to Gusev Crater: Landing site to Backstay Rock in the Columbia Hills. J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 111, No. E2, E02S01 10.1029/2005JE002499

Cabrol, N. A., J. D. Farmer, E. A. Grin, L. Richter, L. Soderblom, R. Li, K. Herkenhoff, G. A. Landis, and R. E. Arvidson (2006), Aqueous processes at Gusev crater inferred from physical properties of rocks and soils along the Spirit traverse, J. Geophys. Res., 111, E02S20, doi:10.1029/2005JE002490.

Golombek, M. P.; Crumpler, L. S.; Grant, J. A.; Greeley, R.; Cabrol, N. A.; Parker, T. J.; Rice, J. W., Jr.; Ward, J. G.; Arvidson, R. E.; Moersch, J. E.; Fergason, R. L.; Christensen, P. R.; Castaño, A.; Castaño, R.; Haldemann, A. F. C.; Li, R.; Bell, J. F., III; Squyres, S. W (2006). Geology of the Gusev cratered plains from the Spirit rover transverse J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 111, No. E2, E02S07, 10.1029/2005JE002503.

Greeley, R., R. E. Arvidson, P. W. Barlett, Diana Blaney, N. A. Cabrol, P. R. Christensen, R. L. Fergason, M. P. Golombek, G. A. Landis, M. T. Lemmon, S. M. McLennan, J. N. Maki, T. Michaels, J. E. Moersch, L. D. V. Neakrase, S. C. R. Rafkin, L. Richter, S. W. Squyres, P. A. de Souza Jr., R. J. Sullivan, S. D. Thompson, and P. L. Whelley (2006). Gusev crater: Wind-related features and processes observed by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit. J. Geophys. Res. 111, E02S09, doi:10.1029/2005JE002491.

Greeley, R., R. E. Arvidson, N. A. Cabrol, D. J. Foley, B. J. Franklin, M. P. Golombek, R. O Kuzmin, G. A. Landis, M. T. Lemmon, L. D. V. Neakrase, S. W. Squyres, and S. D. Thompson, 2006. Active dust devils in Gusev crater, Mars: Observations from the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit. J. Geophys. Res. 111, E02S09, doi:10.1029/2006JE002743.

Herkenhoff, Ken E.; Squyres, Steve W.; Anderson, Robert; Archinal, Brent A.; Arvidson, Raymond E.; Barrett, Janet M.; Becker, Kris J.; Bell, James F., III; Budney, Charles; Cabrol, Nathalie A.; et al., (2006). Overview of the Microscopic Imager Investigation during Spirit's first 450 sols in Gusev crater. J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 111, No. E2, E02S04, 10.1029/2005JE002574

McSween, H. Y.; Wyatt, M. B; Gellert, R.; Bell, J. F., III; Morris, R. V.; Herkenhoff, K. E.; Crumpler, L. S.; Milam, K. A.; Stockstill, K. R.; Tornabene, L. L.; Arvidson, R. E.; Bartlett, P.; Blaney, D.; Cabrol, N. A.; et al., (2006) Characterization and petrologic interpretation of olivine-rich basalts at Gusev Crater, Mars. J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 111, No. E2, E02S10, 10.1029/2005JE002477.

Pudenz, E., Glasgow, J., Thomas, G., Coppin, P., Wettergreen, D., Cabrol, N. 2006. Searching for a Quantitative Proxy for Rover Science Effectiveness, Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, March 2-4, 2006, Salt Lake City, Utah.

 

(2005)

Haskin,L. A., A. Wang, B. L. Jolliff, H. Y. McSween, B. C. Clark, D. J. Des Marais, S. M. McLennan, N. J. Tosca, J. A. Hurowitz, J. D. Farmer, A. Yen, S. W. Squyres, R. E. Arvidson, G. Klingelhöfer, C. Schröder, P. A. de Souza, Jr, D. W. Ming, R. Gellert, J. Zipfel, J. Brückner, J. F. Bell, III, K. Herkenhoff, P. R. Christensen, S. Ruff, D. Blaney, S. Gorevan, N. A. Cabrol, L. Crumpler, J. Grant  and L. Soderblom. Water alteration of rocks and soils on Mars at the Spirit rover site in Gusev crater. Nature, 436, 66-69, 2005.

Kanduri, A. K., G. Thomas, N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, and R. C. Anderson 2005. The (In) accuracy of novice rover operators’ perception of obstacle height from microscopic images. SMCA04-08-0222, 505-512.

Mundt, C., W., KK. N. Montgomery, U. E. Udoh, V. N. Barker, G. C. Thonier, A. M. Tellier, R. D. Ricks, R. B. Darling, Y. D. Cagle, N. A. Cabrol, S. T. Ruoss, J. L. Swain, J. W. Hines, G. T. A. Kovacs 2004. A multi-parameter, wearable physiologic monitoring system for space and terrestrial applications, IEEE.

Thomas, G., Coppin, P., Cabrol, N., Wettergreen, D., Pudenz, E., Glasgow, J. (2005), Collaborative Virtual Environments for Control of Planetary Exploration Rovers, Special Session on Human Robot Interaction, Human Computer Interaction / Virtual Reality Conference 2005, July 22-27, 2005, Las Vegas, NV.

Wettergreen, D. S., N. A. Cabrol, J. Teza, P. Tompkins, C. Urmson, V. Verma, M. Wagner, and W. Whittaker 2005. First experiment in the robotic investigation of life in the Atacama desert of Chile. ICRA.

Wettergreen, D. S., N. A. Cabrol, V. Baskaran, F. Calderon, S. Heys, D. Jonak, A. Lüders, D. Pane, T. Smith, J. Teza, P. Tompkins, D. Villa, C. Williams, and M. Wagner 2005. Second experiment in the robotic investigation of life in the Atacama desert of Chile. International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Automation in Space (iSAIRAS), Munich, Germany, September, 2005.

 

(2004)

Bell, J. F., III, S. W Squyres, R. E. Arvidson, H. M. Arneson, D. Bass, D. Blaney, N. Cabrol, W. Calvin, J. Farmer, W. H. Farrand, W. Goetz, M. Golombek, J. Grant, R. Greeley, E. Guinness, A. G. Hayes, M. Y. H. Hubbard, et al., 2004. Initial Pancam multispectral imaging results from the Mars Exploration Rover Gusev landing site. Science, 305, 800-806.

Greeley, R. , S. W. Squyres, R. E. Arvidson, P. Barlett, J. F. Bell III, D. Blaney, N. A. Cabrol, J. Farmer, B. Farrrand, M. P. Golombek, S. P. Gorevan and the Athena Science Team., 2004. Gusev crater, Mars: Wind-related features and processes at the MER Spirit Site. Science 305, 810-813.

Herhenhoff, K. E., S. W. Squyres, R. Arvidson, D. S. Bass, J. F. Bell, III, P. Bertelsen, N. A. Cabrol, L. Gaddis, A. G. Hayes, S. F. Hviid, J. R. Johnson, K. M. Kinch, M. B. Madsen, J. N. Maki, S. M. McLennan, H. Y. McSween, J. W. Rice, Jr., M. Sims, P. H. Smith, L. A. Soderblom, N. Spanovich, R. Sullivan, A. Wang 2004. Textures of soils and rocks at Gusev crater from Spirit’s microscopic imager. Science 305, 824-826.

J. A. Grant, R. Arvidson, J. F. Bell, III, N. A. Cabrol, M. H. Carr, P. Christensen, L. Crumpler, D. J. Des Marais, B. L. Ehlmann, J. Farmer, M. Golombek, F. D. Grant, R. Greeley, K. Herkenhoff, R. Li, H. Y. McSween, D. W. Ming, J. Moersch, J. W. Rice, Jr., S. Ruff, L. Richter, S. Squyres, R. Sullivan, C. Weitz 2004.Surficial deposits at Gusev crater along Spirit rover traverses. Science 305, 807-810.

McSween H., McSween,R. E. Arvidson, J. F. Bell, III, D. Blaney, N. A. Cabrol, P. R. Christensen, B. C. Clark, J. A. Crisp, L. S. Crumpler, D. J. Des Marais, J. D. Farmer, R. Gellert, A. Ghosh, S. Gorevan, T. Graff, J. Grant, L. A. Haskin, K. E. Herkenhoff, J. R. Johnson, B. L. Jolliff, G. Klingelhoefer, A. T. Knudson, S. McLennan, K. A. Milam, J. E. Moersch, R. V. Morris, R. Rieder, S. W. Ruff, P. A. de Souza, Jr., S. W. Squyres, H. Wänke, A. Wang, M. B. Wyatt, A. Yen, J. Zipfel 2004. Basaltic rocks analyzed by the Spirit rover at Gusev crater, Science 305, 842-845.

Soderblom, L. A., R. C., Anderson, R. E., Arvidson, J. F. Bell, III, N. A. Cabrol, W. Calvin, P. R. Christensen, B. C. Clark, T. Economou, B. L. Ehlman, W. H. Farrand, D. Fike, R. Gellert, T. D. Glotch, M. P. Golombek, R. Greeley, J. P. Grotzinger, K. E. Herkenhoff, D. J. Jerolmack, J. R. Johnson, B. Jolliff, G. Klingelhöfer, A. H. Knoll, Z. A. Learner, R. Li, M. C. Malin, S. M. McLennan, H.Y. McSween, D. W. Ming, R. V. Morris, J. W. Rice, Jr., L. Richter, R. Rieder, D. Rodionov, C. Schröder, F. P. Seelos, J. M. Soderblom, S. W. Squyres, R. Sullivan, W. A. Watters, C. M. Weitz, M. B. Wyatt, A. Yen, and J. Zipfel 2004.  Soils at the Eagle crater and Meridiani Planum at the Opportunity Landing Site. Science 306, 1723-1726.

Squyres, S. W., R. E. Arvidson, J. F. Bell, III, J. Brückner, N. A. Cabrol, W. Calvin, M. H. Carr, P. R. Christensen, B. C. Clark, L. Crumpler D. J. Des Marais, C. d'Uston, T. Economou, J. Farmer, W. Farrand, W. Folkner, M. Golombek, S. Gorevan, J. A. Grant, R. Greeley, J. Grotzinger, L. Haskin, K. E. Herkenhoff, S. Hviid, J. Johnson, G. Klingelhöfer, A. Knoll, G. Landis, M. Lemmon, R. Li, M. B. Madsen, M. C. Malin, S. M. McLennan,H. Y. McSween, D. W. Ming, J. Moersch, R. V. Morris, T. Parker, J. W. Rice, Jr., L. Richter, R. Rieder, M. Sims, M. Smith, P. Smith, L. A. Soderblom,R. Sullivan, H. Wänke, T. Wdowiak, M. Wolff, A. Yen 2004a. The Spirit Rover's Athena Science Investigation at Gusev Crater, Mars. Science 305, 794-799.

Squyres, S. W., R. E. Arvidson, J. F. Bell, III, J. Brückner, N. A. Cabrol, W. Calvin, M. H. Carr, P. R. Christensen, B. C. Clark, L. Crumpler D. J. Des Marais, C. d'Uston, T. Economou, J. Farmer, W. Farrand, W. Folkner, M. Golombek, S. Gorevan, J. A. Grant, R. Greeley, J. Grotzinger, L. Haskin, K. E. Herkenhoff, S. Hviid, J. Johnson, G. Klingelhöfer, A. Knoll, G. Landis, M. Lemmon, R. Li, M. B. Madsen, M. C. Malin, S. M. McLennan,H. Y. McSween, D. W. Ming, J. Moersch, R. V. Morris, T. Parker, J. W. Rice, Jr., L. Richter, R. Rieder, M. Sims, M. Smith, P. Smith, L. A. Soderblom,R. Sullivan, H. Wänke, T. Wdowiak, M. Wolff, A. Yen 2004b. The Opportunity rover’s Athena science investigation at Meridiani Planum, Mars. Science 306, 1698-1703.

 

(2003)

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, M. H. Carr, B. Sutter, J. M. Moore, J. D. Farmer, R. Greeley, D. J. Des Marais, M. G. Kramer, H. Newsom, C. Barber, I. Thorsos, K. L. Tanaka, N. G. Barlow, D. A. Fike, M. L. Urquhart, B. Grigsby, F. D. Grant, and O. de Goursac 2003. Exploring Gusev Crater with MER A: Review of Science Objectives and Testable Hypotheses. JGR-Planets: Special Mars Exploration Rover (MER) mission Issue, 8076, doi: 10. 1029/2002JE002026.

Herkenhoff, K., and the Athena Science Team, 2003. Athena microscopic imager investigation. J. Geophys. Res. 108 (E12), 8065, doi: 10.1029/2003JE002065.

Squyres, S. W., and the Athena Science Team, 2003. Athena Mars rover science investigation. J. Geophys. Res. 108 (E12), 8065, doi: 10.1029/2003JE002121.

Thakoor, S., N. A. Cabrol, N. Lay, J. Chahl, D. Soccol, B. Hine, and S. Zornetzer 2003. Review: The benefits and applications of bioinspired flight capabilities. J. Robotic Syst. .

 

(2002)

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2002. Overview on the Formation of Paleolakes and Ponds in Impact Craters on Mars. Global and Plan. Changes 35, 199-219.

 

 

(2001)

Cabrol, N. A., D. D. Wynn-Williams, D. A. Crawford, and E. A. Grin. Recent Aqueous environments in impact crater lakes on Mars 2001: an Astrobiological perspective. 2nd Mars Polar Conference Special Issue. Icarus 154, 98-112.

Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin 2001. Composition of the drainage network on early Mars. Geomorphology, 37, 269-287.

Wynn-Williams, D. D., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, R. M. Haberle, and C. R. Stoker 2001. Brines in seepage channels as eluents for sub-surface relict biomolecules on Mars? Astrobiology, 2, 165-184.

Haberle, R. M., C. P. McKay, N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, J. Schaeffer, A. P. Zent, and R. Quinn 2001. On the Possibility of Liquid Water on Present Day Mars. JGR.,  106, E6, 23,317-23,326.

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2001. The evolution of lacustrine environments on Mars: (Is Mars only Hydrologically Dormant?) Icarus, 149, 291-328.

Cabrol, N. A., G. C. Chong-Diaz, D. Wettergreen, C. R. Stoker, J. M. Dohm, R. Keaten, K. Schwher, V. C. Gulick, R. Landheim, P. Lee, T. L. Roush, A. P. Zent, C. Herrera Lameli, A. Jensen Iglesia, M. Pereira Arredondo, G. C. Dunfield, L. Pedersen, M. G. Bualat, D. Christian, C. Mina, M. H. Sims, H. J. Thomas, D. J. Tucker, and E. Zbinden 2001. Science results of the Atacama Nomad rover field experiment, Chile: implications for planetary exploration. J. Geophys. Res., 106, E4, 7664-7675.

Cabrol, N. A. and E. A. Bettis III , B. Glenister, G. Chong, C. Herrera,, A. Jensen & M. Pereira, C. R. Stoker, E. A. Grin, R. Landheim, G. Thomas, J. Golden, K.  Saville, G. Ludvigson, and B. Witzke 2001. Nomad Rover Field Experiment, Atacama Desert, (Chile) II. Identification of Paleolife Evidence Using A Robotic Vehicle: Lessons and Recommendations for a Mars Sample Return Mission. J. Geophys. Res., 106, E4, 7639-7663

Grin, E., C. R. Stoker, N. A. Cabrol, T. Roush, and J. Moersch 2001. Geological Analysis of the Silver Lake Marsokhod Field Test Site from Ground-Truth Sampling. J. Geophys. Res. 106, E4, 7733-7744.

Thomas, G., A. Bettis, N. Cabrol, A. Rathe, and T. Foster 2001. Analysis of Science Team Activities During the 1999 Marsokhod Rover Field Experiment: Implications for Automated Planetary Surface Exploration, J. Geophys. Res. 106, E4, 7775-7783.

Stoker, C. R., N. A. Cabrol, T. Roush, J. Moersch, J. Marshall, Marsokhod Science Team and Marsokhod Rover Team 2001. Marsokhod Rover Mission Simulation at Silver Lake CA, 2000: Mission Overview. J. Geophys. Res. 106, E4, 7639-7664.

Johnson J. R., S. W. Ruff, J. Bishop, N. A. Cabrol, C. Cockell, P. Gazis, J. Moersch, T. Roush, C. Stoker, K. Horton, H. E. Newsom, and E. A. Grin 2001. Geological Characteristics of Remote Field Sites Using Infrared Spectroscopy: Results from the 1999 Marsokhod Field Test. J. Geophys. Res. 106, E4, 7683-7711.

Fong, T. W., N. A. Cabrol, C. Thorpe, and C. Baur 2001. A Personal User Interface for Collaborative Human-Robot Exploration. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Automation in Space, Montréal, Canada, June, 2001.

 

(2000)

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and W. H. Pollard 2000. Possible frost mounds in ancient Martian lakebed. Icarus,145. 91-107.

Kuzmin, R. O., R. Greeley, R. Landheim, N. A. Cabrol, and J. D. Farmer 2000. Geologic mapping of the Ma’adim Vallis-Gusev crater region of Mars. US. Geol. Surv.Misc. Inv. Series, MTM 2256-2257, 1: 500K scale.

 

(1999)

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 1999. Distribution, classification and ages of Martian impact crater lakes. Icarus, 142, 160-172.

Cabrol, N. A., J. J. Kosmo, R. C. Trevino, H. J. Thomas, the Marsokhod RoverTeam, and the I-Suit Team, 1999. Results of the First Astronaut-Rover (ASRO) Interaction Field Experiment and Recommendations for Future Planetary Surface Exploration, 18th Digital Avionics Conference Proceedings, Saint Louis.

Thomas, G., C. Petrie, N. Loeppke, M. Bauerly, R. Mills, M. Rick, B. Wyatt, M. Reagan, N. Cabrol, S. Dow, S. Fisher, S. McClarigan, J. Steele, and J. Wagner 1999. Project Marvin: Mars Advanced Robotic Visualization Initiative. Proceedings of the 1999 Iowa Space Grant Consortium Conference.

 

(1998)

Cabrol, N.A., E.A. Grin, H.E. Newsom, R. Landheim, and C.P. Mckay 1998. Hydrogeologic Evolution of Gale crater and its Relevance for Exobiology Exploration, Icarus, 139.

Cabrol, N.A., E.A. Grin, R. Landheim, R. Kuzmin, and R. Greeley 1998. Duration of the Ma’adim Vallis/Gusev crater hydrogeologic system, Mars. Icarus 133, 98-108.

Cabrol, N.A, E.A. Grin, And R. Landheim 1998. Ma’adim Vallis Evolution: Geometry and models of Discharge Rate, Icarus 132, 362-377. 

 

(1997)

Grin, E.A, and N. A. Cabrol 1997. Limnologic analysis of Gusev crater paleolake, Mars, Icarus 130, 461--474.

Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin, and G. Dawidowicz 1997.  A model of outflow generation by hydrothermal pressure drainage in volcano-tectonic environment, Shalbatana vallis (Mars). Icarus  125, 455-464.

 

(1996)

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 1996. Duration of aqueous  sedimentation and favorable environments for life inception on Mars: a case in the Aeolis region. Origin of Life 26, 3-5.

Cabrol, N.A, E.A. Grin, and G. Dawidowicz 1996. Ma'adim Vallis revisited through new topographic data. Icarus. 123,  269-283.

 

(1995)

Cabrol, N.A, and E.A Grin 1995. A morphological view on potential niches for exobiology on Mars. Planetary and Space Science  43, 1/2, 179-188.

 

(1994)

Landheim, R., N. A. Cabrol, R. Greeley, and J.D. Farmer, "Gusev Crater; a High Priority Exobiology Site," abstract, Proceed. Fifth Exobiology Symposium and Mars Workshop (Apr. 1994).

Cabrol, N.A, and E.A Grin 1994. (russian/english). Gusev crater (Aeolis) : Geological history and evaluation of site potentiality for a Mars Sample Return Project. Astronomitcheski Vestnik.

 

 

 

 

 

 

(1993)

Cabrol, N.A 1993. Martian channels: Statistics of spatial distribution, relative datation, and implications. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, 37.1, 57-76.

Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin 1993. Mars : Noachian hydrology by its statistics and topology. In Workshop on Early Mars: how warm and how wet ? LPI Tech. Rpt 93-03, part one. Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, 23 pp ; Squyres, S., and J. Kasting eds.

 

(1992)

Cabrol, N.A 1992. La planète Mars : exemple d'une exohydrologie. Presse Thermale et Climatique, 129/3, 161-175.

 

(1991)

Cabrol, N.A, E.A. Grin, and A. Dollfus 1991. (russian/english). Mars Sample Return Mission: systemic model and optimization of scientific results.  A case for large valley outlets, Astronomitcheski Vestnik,  25, 145-151.

Cabrol, N.A, and E.A Grin 1991. Martian paleohydrology and its consequences. Lecture Notes in Physics,  194-198.

Cabrol, N.A 1991. Etude des paleo-chenaux martiens : caractéristiques morphologiques, distribution spatio-temporelle, mécanismes de genèse. Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne/Observatoire de Paris-Meudon, Ph-D Thesis, 413 pp.

 

(1990)

Cabrol, N.A, E.A.Grin, and A.Dollfus 1990. Mars landing site Project : systemic model for evaluation of mission productivity and site selection in Aeolis region. Proceedings of Journées du Cospar. 22-27 january 1990, Sopron, Hungary, K. Szëgo ed. 51-55.

 

(1988)

Cabrol, N.A 1988b. Evolution d’un sous-sol gelé à l’échelle planétaire. Journées Polaires d’Albi, 92-106.

Cabrol, N.A 1988a. Mise en évidence d’une corrélation entre l’épaisseur de la cryosphère et la présence de chenaux de petites et moyennes dimensions par une approche globale. Journées de l’ATP de Planétologie, Besançon, 239-243.

 

(1986)

Cabrol, N.A 1986. Deux types de chenaux martiens: Ma’adim Vallis et Dao Vallis. Etude morphologique et morphométrique. Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne/ Observatoire de Paris-Meudon, Master Thesis, 170 pp.

 

 

Books and Chapters of Books

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2010 Editors. Lakes on Mars, Elsevier (in preparation).

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2005. Ancient and Recent Lakes on Mars. In: Water on Mars and Life (Tetsuya Tokano, Ed.), Springer, 235-259.

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2000. La Recherche de la Vie dans l’Univers, Presses Universitaires de France Eds, 128p.

Cabrol, N.A and E. A. Grin 1998. La Terre et la Lune. Presses Universitaires de France Eds, 128 pp.

Cabrol, N.A 1990. Arthur ou la flèche du temps. Tsuru Eds, 216 pp.

Cabrol, N. A. 1988. Les planètes géantes, In Atlas de l’Espace, Encyclopedia Universalis.

 

Technical Reports

Cabrol, N. A. 2004. Life in the Atacama Rover Field Experiment Science Plan. NASA Ames internal memo.

Cabrol, N. A. 2003. Limits of life in the Atacama: Robotic investigation of life in the Atacama desert, Chile. ASTEP Science activity report for Year 01. Science report to HQ. 65 p.

Wettergreen, N. Cabrol, F. Calderon, et. al., “Life in the Atacama Field Investigation 2003: Experiment Plans and Technical Results” by D.  Robotics Institute Technical Report, CMU-RI-TR-03-50, Carnegie Mellon University, August 2003.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, R. Friedmann, E. De Vore, C. P. McKay, M. Murbach, I. Friedmann, G. Chong, C. Demergasso, C. Tambley, L. Escudero, K. Kisse, I. Grigorszky, D. Fike, A. Hock, and B. Grigsby (2003). Licancabur: Exploring the limits of life in the highest lake on Earth. In: Director's Discretionary Fund Report for Fiscal Year 2002. NASA/TM-2003-211862, 64-67.

Cabrol, N. A. 2002. Licancabur Main Expedition: Guidelines, Procedures, and Hazards Mitigation. Tech. Memo LSTM-02, September 2002. Reviewed by Code Q and Approved by NASA Ames Directorate.

Cabrol, N. A. 2002. Licancabur Reconaissance Ascent: Guidelines, Procedures, and Hazards Mitigation. Tech. Memo LSTM-01, July 2002. Reviewed by Code Q and Approved by NASA Ames Directorate.

Cabrol, N. A. 2001. Characterization of materials and suggested grain-size distribution for the NASA Ames Research Center Mars Yard. Mars Yard Technical Document No.1, NASA Ames Ames Internal Technical Document October 2001.29 p.

Cabrol, N. A. 2001. Rover mission scenarios for Martian aqueous environments. Mars Yard Technical Document No.2. NASA-Ames Internal Technical Document.

Cabrol, N. A. 1999. The ASRO Project Team: Proceedings of the Astronaut-Rover Interaction Post Silver Lake Field Test Debriefing. (Results, lessons learned, and directions for future exploration of planetary surfaces. 1999). 

Cabrol, N. A. 1999. 1999 Marsokhod Rover Field Experiment. Science Plan, (Carol R. Stoker, ed.); 44 pp.

Cabrol, N. A. 1999. The ASRO project: Astronaut-Rover Interaction in Planetary Surface Exploration, Science Plan, (N. A. Cabrol, R. C. Trevino, and J. J. Kosmo Eds); 50 pp.

Cabrol, N. A. 1997. Nomad Field Experiment. Science Plan, NASA Ames Research Center Tech. Rpt. 30 pp.

Cabrol, N.A. 1997. Sites for Mars Exploration, In ESA Exobiology Science Team Study on the Search for Life in the Solar System (Final Report), June 1997, B. Fitton Ed., pp 25-28, ESTEC.

Cabrol, N.A 1995. Rapport de faisabilité d'une mission automatique d'exobiologie sur la planète Mars. Ministère de l'Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche. Rapport de fin de mission post-doctorale, 82 pp, 34 figs.

Cabrol, N.A 1994.  Site 079 - Aeolis Southeast, In Mars Landing Site Catalog, 2nd., Ed., Greeley, R., and P.E Thomas, eds., 218-221.

Cabrol, N. A, E. A. Grin, and G. Dawidowicz 1993. Preliminary Geological Mapping of Gusev Crater. Internal Report, Laboratoire de Physique du Système Solaire, Observatoire de Paris-Meudon.

Cabrol, N.A 1990.  Site 079 - Aeolis Southeast, In Mars Landing Site Catalog, 1rst Ed., Greeley, R., and P.E Thomas, eds., 218-221.

 

Abstracts of Communications & Poster Presentations

 

(2011)

Cabrol, N. A., and D. S. Wettergreen, MSL and beyond – Analog sites for the exploration of Mars habitability and life potential in the Atacama, Altiplano, and Andes (AAA), Analogue Sites for Mars Missions: MSL and Beyond, LPI Contribution No. 1612.

(2010)

Cabrol, N. A. E. A. Grin, C. Demergasso, and G. Chong-Diaz. Response of high altitude lake habitats and ecosystems of the Central Andes to climate variability: Lessons for early Mars and present-day Earth. SPIE Conf., San Diego, August 1-5, Abstract # OP100-OP415-2, 2010.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, G. Chong-Diaz, C. Demergasso, and the HLP Team. Dynamics of Declining Lake Habitats in a Changing Climate: From the Andes to Early Mars. Astrobiology Sci. Conf. 2010, League City, TX, Abstract No. 5033, 2010.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, G. Chong-Diaz, C. Demergasso, and the HLP Team. The High Lakes Project/SHAGAN Initiative: Bridging Planets – From Mars to Earth and Back. Astrobiology Sci. Conf. 2010, League City, TX, Abstract No. 5034, 2010.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, K. E. Herkenhoff, C. M. Weitz, P. de Souza, and the Athena Science Team. Gusev soil analysis: Methods, inventory, and database. 41st Lunar Plan. Sci. Conf., Abstract No. 1182, 2010.

Crumpler, L., R. Arvidson, S. Squyres, A. Yingst, T. McCoy, C. Schröder, S. Ruff, R. V. Morris, A. Yen, A. McEwen, N. A. Cabrol et al. Overview of the field geologic context of Mars Exploration rover Spirit, Home Plate and surroundings. 41st Lunar Plan. Sci. Conf., 2010.

Goetz, W., S. F. Hviid, M. B. Madsen, W. T. Pike, M. H. Hecht, R. V. Morris, K. Leer, L. Drube, H. Sykulska, H. E. Herlenhoff, N. A. Cabrol, H. U. Keller, W. J. Markiewicz, R. E. Arvidson, and P. H. Smith. Comparison of some Phoenix and Gusev soil types: Inferences on possible origin and global distribution. 41st Lunar Plan. Sci. Conf., 2010.

Piatek, J. L., I. Ukstins Peate, N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, and G. Chong. Monturaqui crater (Atacama desert, Chile) as a Mars analog: Exploring the impact spherule hypothesis for Meridiani. 41st Lunar Plan. Sci. Conf., Abstract No. 2236, 2010.

Siebach, K., R. Arvidson, N. Cabrol, and the Athena Science Team. Recent Spirit results: Microscopic Imager analysis of particle properties in Scamander crater, west of Home Plate. 41st Lunar Plan. Sci. Conf., Abstract No. 2548, 2010.

Titus, T. N., J. J. Wynne, D. Ruby, and N. Cabrol. The Atacama desert cave Shredder: A case for conduction thermodynamics. 41st Lunar Plan. Sci. Conf., Abstract No. 1096, 2010.

Ukstins Peate, I. C. Kloberdanz, D. W. Peate, L. Chung Wan, N. A. Cabrol, E. Grin, J. Piatek, G. Chong. Non-modal melting of target rocks to produce impactite at Monturaqui crater, Chile. 41st Lunar Plan. Sci. Conf., 2010.

 

(2009)

Byram, S. K., I. Ukstins Peate, M. K. Reagan, N. A. Cabrol, and E. A, Grin. U-Th geochronological constraints on paleolake levels and climate change recorded in carbonate sedimentation at Laguna Lejía, Northern Chile. Lun. Planet. Sci. Conference, abstract No. 2137, 2009.

Cabrol, N. A. K. L. Herkenhoff, E. A. Grin, and the Athena Science Team. Representative image subsets in soil analysis using the Mars Exploration Rover Microscopic Imager. AGU Fall Meeting, abstract No. P43D-1460, 2009.

Herkenhoff, K. L., J. Ashley, N. A. Cabrol, and the Athena Science Team. Recent results from the Microscopic Imagers on the Mars Exploration Rovers. AGU Fall Meeting, abstract, 2009.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and J. J. Wynne. Detection of caves and cave-bearing geology on Mars. 40th Lun. Planet. Sci. Conference, abstract No. 1040, 2009.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, L. Bebout, G. Chong, C. Demergasso, E. Fleming, V. Gaete, J. Gibson, D-P Häder, J. Mack, E. Minkley, E. Pinto, K. Rose, I. Ukstins Peate, C. Tambley, C. Williamson, J. J. Wynne. High Lakes Project – Impact of climate variability and high UV flux on lake habitat: Implications for early Mars and present-day Earth. 40th Lun. Planet. Sci. Conference, abstract No. 1141, 2009.

Crumpler, L. S., R. Arvidson, D. Blaney, N. Cabrol, B. Farrand, J. Hurrowitz, K. Lewis, T. McCoy, A. McEwen, H. McSween, D. Ming, R. Morris, J. Rice, S. Ruff, M. Schmidt, C. Schröder, S. Squyres, A. Yen, and A. Yingst. Field reconnaissance geologic mapping of the Columbia Hills, Gusev crater from MER Spirit rover observations. Lun. Planet. Sci. Conference, abstract No. 2045, 2009.

Kloberdanz, C., I. Ukstins Peate, D. Peate, N. A. Cabrol, and E. A. Grin. Geochemical investigations of the Monturaqui impact crater, Chile. Spring AGU, Abstract, 2009.

Ukstins Peate, I., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, R. French, C. Dressing, T. Franklin, K. Parsons, J. Piatek, and G. Chong. Mechanisms for planetary spherules formation and alteration: Salar Grande, Chile – An example of volcanic/aqueous processes interactions. Lun. Planet. Sci. Conference, abstract, 1435, 2009.

Wynne, J. J., T. N. Titus, M. D. Jhabvala, G. E. Cushing, N. A. Cabrol, and E. A. Grin. Distinguishing caves from non-cave anomalies using thermal infrared: Lessons for the Moon and Mars. Lun. Planet. Sci. Conference, abstract, No. 2451, 2009.

 

(2008)

Cabrol, N. A., K. E. Herkenhoff, R. Greeley, E. A. Grin, C. Schröder, C. d’Uston, C. Weitz, R. Aileen Yingst, B. A. Cohen, J. Moore, A. Knudson, B. Franklin, R. C. Anderson, and R. Li. Diversity of soil textures along Spirit’s traverse in Gusev crater. AGU Fall, Meeting, San Francisco, 2008, Abstract No. 2426.

Cabrol, N. A., E.A. Grin, E. Minkley, Y. Yu, L. Bebout, E. Fleming, J. Gibson, C. Demergasso, G. Chong, D. Lim, A. N. Hock. The High-Lakes Project (HLP): The High-Lakes Project (HLP): Dynamics of Declining Lakes, Habitat Sustainability, and Life in Early Mars Analog Environment Earth Analog Studies for Astobiology: ASTEP and Beyond, Part 1. Abstrobiology Science Conference (AbSciCon), Abstract #14-09, Santa Clara, CA, 2008.

Dorador, C., I. Vila, K. P. Witzel, J. F. Imhoff, C. Demergasso and N. Cabrol. Spatial distribution of microorganisms in the Chilean Altiplano. 12th International Society of Microbial Ecology Conference, 2008.

Greeley, R., R. Arvidson, N. A. Cabrol, P. Christensen, P. Geissler, M. Malin, A. McEwen, G. Neukum, M. Pendleton Hoffer, R. Sullivan, D. Maller, D. William. Mars Aeolian features and processes observed concurrently from orbit and the ground. AGU Fall, Meeting, San Francisco, 2008.

 

 (2007)

Bower, D., R. M. Hazen, and N. Cabrol. MISS on Mars – Biosignatures in sandy deposits on Earth and Beyond. AAPG Annual Convention and Exhibition (April 1-4), 2007.

Cabrol, . A., E. G. Minkley, Jr., Youngeob Yu, Edmond A. Grin, Clayton Woosley, and Robert L. Morris 2007. 2006 HLP Diving Expedition in the Highest Volcanic Lake on Earth and Characterization of its Ecosystem, SPIE Astrobiology Conference, San Diego, August 26-30 2007.

Cabrol, N. A., E. G. Minkley, Jr., Youngeob Yu, Edmond A. Grin, Clayton Woosley, and Robert L. Morris 2007. Unraveling Life’s Diversity in Earth’s Highest Volcanic Lake. Bioastronomy Conference, Puerto Rico, June 2007.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, K. Herkenhoff, L. Richter, and the Athena Science Team 2007. Soil Sedimentology, Textures and Dynamics at Gusev Crater from Spirit’s Microscopic Imager. 38th LPSC, #1784.

Ennis, M. E., M. E. Schmidt, T. McCoy, W. Farrand, and N. Cabrol 2007. Hydrovolcano on Mars? A comparison of Home Plate, Gusev crater and Zuni Salt Lake Maar, New Mexico. 38th LPSC.

Rice, J. W. Jr., N. A. Cabrol, T. McCoy, M. Schmidt, S. W. Squyres, and R. A. Yingst 2007. The phreomagmatic origin of Home Plate, Gusev crater. Volcano-Ice Interaction Conference (abstract).

Schmidt, M. E., N. A. Cabrol, T. McCoy, J. Rice, Jr., R. A. Yingst, and the MER Science Team 2007. Magma-brine interaction to produce Home Plate, Gusev crater. Volcano-Ice Interaction Conference (abstract).

Yingst, R. A., N. A. Cabrol, L. S. Crumpler, and R. Li 2007. Quantitative morphology of particles along the Spirit rover traverse from Sol 450 to Sol 1000. 38th LPSC.

 

(2006)

Cabrol, N. A., A. N. Hock, M. Sunagua, and E. A. Grin 2006. Evolution of aqueous habitat and life in high-altitude lakes during rapid climate change: Astrobiological methods & geo and biosignatures. 37th LPSC, (abstract #1016).

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, A. N. Hock, L. Rothschild, and D. Rogoff 2006. New extremes for copepod colonies in the Andes. Astrobiology Science Conference, Washington, (abstract #13).

Cabrol, N. A., 2006. Habitability and life survival potential on early Mars: Clues from the red and the blue planets. Astrobiology Science Conference, Washington, (abstract #16).

Cabrol, N. A., 2006. Range of potential habitats beyond Earth in the Solar System. AAAS Annual Meeting, Saint-Louis, Missouri, 16-20 February 2006. Volcano-Ice Interactions Conference, Abstract.

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2006. Conditions for aqueous processes in Gusev crater along the Spirit traverse from the MI and Pancam imagers. Mars Water Workshop, NASA Ames, Feb. 23-24, 2006 (abstract).

Golombek, L. S. Crumpler, J. A. Grant, R. Greeley, N. A. Cabrol, T. J. Parker, J. W. Rice Jr., J. G. Ward, R. E. Arvidson, J. E. Moersch, R. L. Fergason, P. R. Christensen, A. Castaño, R. Castaño, A. F. C. Haldemann, R. Li, J. F. Bell III and S. W. Squyres 2006. Geology of the Gusev cratered plains from the Spirit rover traverse. 37th LPSC, (abstract #1424).

Greeley, R., P. L. Whelley, R. E. Arvidson, N. A. Cabrol, D. J. Foley, B. J. Franklin, P. G. Geissler, M. P. Golombek, R. O Kuzmin, G. A. Landis, M. T. Lemmon, L. D. V. Neakrase, S. W. Squyres, and S. D. Thompson 2006. Active dust devils in Gusev crater, Mars: Observations from the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit. EuroPlaNet Conference in Berlin (abstract).

Hardgrove, C.  J. Moersch, D. Drake, J. Piatek, D. Wettergreen, and N. Cabrol 2006. Field test and ground truthing of a surface-based neutron detector in the Atacama Desert, Chile. (abstract #2320).

Herkenhoff, K., S. Squyres, R. Arvidson, J. Bell, N. A. Cabrol, M. Chapman, and the MER Science Team 2006. Overview of Athena Microscopic Imager results. 37th LPSC, (abstract #1816).

Pudenz, E., Glasgow, J., Thomas, G., Coppin, P., Wettergreen, D., Cabrol, N. 2006. Searching for a Quantitative Proxy for Rover Science Effectiveness, Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, March 2-4, 2006, Salt Lake City, Utah.

Schmidt, M. E., T. McCoy, N. A. Cabrol, and the Athena Science Team 2006. Geochemical evidence for a volcanic origin of Home Plate in the Inner Basin of the Columbia Hills, Gusev Crater. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco.

Weinstein, S., D. Pane, K. Warren-Rhodes, C. Cockell, L. A. Ernst, E. Minkley, G. Fisher, S. Emani, D. S Wettergreen, M. Wagner, N. A. Cabrol, E. Grin, and A. S. Waggoner 2006. Implementation of a daylight fluorescence imaging system to autonomously detect biomarkers of extant life in the Atacama Desert (abstract #1816).

 

 

 (2005)

Cabrol, N. A., Hock, A. N., E. A. Grin, G. T. Kovacs, and S. Parazynski 2005. Can the Combination of Extremes Protect Life: Clues from Altiplanic Lakes and Implication for Early Mars. AGU Fall Meeting (abstract #7353, PD41D-05).

Cabrol, N. A., Hock, A. N., E. A. Grin, G. T. Kovacs, and S. Parazynski 2005. Combination of environmental extremes in altiplanic lakes and the past habitability of Mars. Salt Lake City Annual Meeting (October 16-19, 2005), abstract # 90041, Vol. 37, No. 7, Paper No. 22-3.

Cabrol, N. A., D. S. Wettergreen, R. Whittaker, E. A. Grin, J. Moersch, G. Chong Diaz, C. Cockell, P. Coppin, J. M. Dohm, G. Fisher, A. N. Hock, L. Marinangeli, N. Minkley, G. G. Ori, J. Piatek, A. Waggoner, K. Warren-Rhodes, S. Weinstein, M. Wyatt, D. Apostolopoulos, T. Smith, M. Wagner, K. Stubb, G. Thomas, and J. Glasgow 2005. Searching for life with rovers: exploration methods & science results from the 2004 field campaign of the “Life in the Atacama” project and applications for future Mars mission. 36th LPSC, (abstract #1244).

Cabrol, N. A., R. Greeley, and the Athena Science Team 2005. Characterization of non-organized soils at Gusev crater with the Spirit rover data. 36th LPSC, (abstract #2328).

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, L. Prufert-Bebout, L. Rothschild, A. N. Hock, and the Mars Underwater (MU) Project Team 2005. Field and diving exploration of the highest lakes on Earth: analogy of environment and habitats with early Mars and life adaptation strategies to UV. NAI 2005 Biennal Meeting, University of Colorado, Boulder, Center for Astrobiology, (abstract #627).

Blaney, D. L., J. F. Bell III, N. A. Cabrol, P. Christensen, W. H. Farrand, D. Ming, J. Moersch, S. Ruff, and the Athena Science Team 2005. Spectral diversity at Gusev crater from coordinated Mini-TES and Pancam observation. 36th LPSC (abstract).

Crumpler, L. S., and the Athena Science Team 2005. MER field observations and analysis of vesicles in the Gusev plains: Significance as record of emplacement environment. 36th LPSC (abstract).

Des Marais, D. J., B. C. Clark, L. S. Crumpler, J. D. Farmer, J. P. Grotzinger, L. A. Haskin, A. H. Knoll, G. A. Landis, J. Moersch, C. Schröder, T. Wdowiak, A. S. Yen, S. Squyres, and the Athena Science Team 2005. Astrobiology and the basaltic plains in Gusev crater. 36th LPSC (abstract).

Dohm, J. M., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, J. Moersch, G. Chong Diaz, C. Cockell, P. Coppin, G. Fisher, A. N. Hock, L. Marinangeli, N. Minkley, G. G. Ori, J. L. Piatek, K. Warren-Rhodes, S. Weinstein, M. Wyatt, T. Smith, M. Wagner, K. Stubb, G. Thomas, and J. Glasgow 2005. Life in the Atacama – Year 2: Geologic reconnaissance through long-range roving and implications for the search for life. 36th LPSC (abstract # 1579).

Herkenhoff K., S. Squyres, R. Arvidson, D. Bass, J. Bell III, P. Bertelsen, N. Cabrol, B. Ehlmann, W. Farrand, L. Gaddis, R. Greeley, J. Grotzinger, A. Hayes, S. Hviid, J. Johnson, B. Jolliff, K. Kinch, A. Knoll, M. Lemmon, M. Madsen, J. Maki, S. McLennan, D. Ming, R. Morris, J. Rice, L. Richter, M. Sims, P. Smith, L. Soderblom, N. Spanovich, R. Sullivan, C. Weitz, and the Athena Science Team 2005. Overview of Athena Microscopic Imager results. . 36th LPSC (abstract).

Hock, A. N., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, G. T. Kovacs, R. L. Rothschild, S. E. Parazynski, L. Prufert-Bebout, and the Mars Underwater Science Team (2005). Mars-relevant conditions at the lakes of Licancabur volcano, Bolivia. 2005 AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco. (Abstract # P41D-06).

Hock, A. N., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, and L. Rothschild 2005. Ultraviolet radiation and life at high-altitude: Licancabur 2004. NAI 2005 Biennal Meeting, University of Colorado, Boulder, Center for Astrobiology, (abstract # 1043).

Myers, E., P. Coppin, M. Wagner, K. Fischer, L. Lu, R. McCloskey, D. Seneker, N. Cabrol, D. Wettergreen, and A. Waggoner. Using near real-time mission data for education and public outreach: strategies from the life in the Atacama E/PO effort. 36th LPSC (abstract).

Piatek, J. L., J. E. Moersch, M. Wyatt, N. A. Cabrol, D. S. Wettergreen, R. Whittaker, E. A. Grin, G. Chong Diaz, C. Cockell, P. Coppin, J. M. Dohm, G. Fisher, A. N. Hock, L. Marinangeli, N. Minkley, G. G. Ori, A. Waggoner, K. Warren-Rhodes, S. Weinstein, D. Apostolopoulos, T. Smith, M. Wagner, K. Stubb, G. Thomas, and J. Glasgow 2005.  Spectroscopic results from the “Life in the Atacama” project 2004 field season. 36th LPSC (abstract #1563).

Warrren-Rhodes, K., S. Weinstein, D. Pane, C. Cockell, J. M. Dohm, J. Piatek, L. A. Ernst, E. Minkley, G. Fisher, S. Emani, D. S. Wettergreen, M. Wagner, N. A. Cabrol, A. S. Waggoner 2005. Mars analog habitat survey and the search for microbial life remotely with an autonomous astrobiology rover. UV. NAI 2005 Biennal Meeting, University of Colorado, Boulder, Center for Astrobiology, (abstract #861).

Weitz, C. M., R. C. Anderson, J. F. Bell, N. A. Cabrol, W. M. Calvin, B. L. Ehlmann, W. H. Farrand, R. Greeley, K. E. Herkenhoff, B. L. Jolliff, R. V. Morris, L. A. Soderblom, S. W. Squyres, and R. J. Sullivan 2005. Seeing the soils of Meridiani Planum through the eyes of Pancam and Microscopic Imager.  (abstract).

Wettergreen, D. S., N. A. Cabrol, W. Whittaker, G. Chong-Diaz, F. Calderon, S. Heys, D. Jonak, A. Lüders, J. Moersch, D. Pane, M. Smith, K. Stubbs, J. Teza, P. Tompkins, D. Villa, C. Williams, M. Wagner, A. Waggoner, S. Weinstein, M. Wyatt 2005. Robotic technologies for surveying habitats and seeking evidence of life: results from the 2004 field experiments of the “Life in the Atacama” Project. 36th LPSC (abstract).

 

(2004)

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, A. Hock, A. Kiss, G. Borics, K. Kiss, E. Acs, G. Kovacs, G. Chong, C. Demergasso, R. Sivila, E. Ortega Casamayor, J. Zambrana, M. Liberman, M. Sunagua Coro, L. Escudero, C. Tambley, V. Gaete, R. L. Morris, B. Grigsby, R. Fitzpatrick, G. Hovde 2004. Investigating the Impact of UV Radiation on High-Altitude Shallow Lake Habitats, Life Diversity, and Life Survival Strategies: Clues for Mars' Past Habitability Potential? Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35, 1049 (abstract).

Cabrol, N. A., E. A Grin, G. Borics, A. Kiss, D. Fike, G. Kovacs, A. Hock, K. Kiss, E. Acs, R. Sivila, E. Ortega Casamayor, G. Chong, C. Demergasso, J. Zambrana, M. Liberman, M. Sunagua Coro, L. Escudero, C. Tambley, V. Angel Gaete, R. L. Morris, B. Grigsby, R. Fitzpatrick, G. Hovde 2004. Short Time Scale Evolution of Microbiolites in Rapidly Receding Altiplanic Lakes: Learning How to Recognize Changing Signatures of Life. Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35, 1044 (abstract).

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, G. Kovacs, A. Hock, A. Kiss, G. Borics, R. Sivila, K. Kiss, E. Acs, E. Ortega Casamayor, G. Chong, C. Demergasso, J. Zambrana, M. Liberman, M. Sunagua Coro, L. Escudero, C. Tambley, V. Angel Gaete, R. L. Morris, B. Grigsby, R. Fitzpatrick, and G. Hovde 2004. Environment, habitats, diversity and defense strategies of life in terrestrial analogs to martian paleolakes 2004. Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).

Cabrol, N. A., D. Des Marais, J. Farmer, L. Crumpler, E. A. Grin, K. Milam, J. Grant, R. Greeley, R. C. Anderson, J. Grotzinger, R. Arvidson, M. H. Sims, Geoffrey Landis, D. Blaney, Z. A. Learner, P. A. de Souza, Jr., C. Weitz, and the Athena Science Team 2004. Spirit at Gusev crater: preliminary observations, potential processes and hypotheses. Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th , (abstract).

Bell III, S.W. Squyres, R.E. Arvidson, H.M. Arneson, D. Bass, N. Cabrol, W. Calvin, J. Farmer, W.H. Farrand, W. Goetz, M. Golombek, J. Grant, J. Grotzinger, E. Guinness, L. Haskin, A.G. Hayes, K.E. Herkenhoff, M.J. Johnson, J.R. Johnson, J. Joseph, K. Kinch, M.T. Lemmon, M.B. Madsen, J.N. Maki, E. McCartney, S. McClennan, H.Y. McSween, M. Malin, D.W. Ming, R.V. Morri, E.Z. Noe Dobrea, T.J. Parker, J. Proton, J. Rice, F. Seelos, J. Soderblom, L.A. Soderblom, J.N. Sohl-Dickstein, R.J. Sullivan, M.J. Wolff, A. Wong, and the Athena Science Team 2004. Pancam imaging of the Mars Exploration Rover landing sites in Gusev crater and Meridiani planum, Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th , (abstract).

Blaney, D. L., R. Arvidson, N. Cabrol, P. H. Christensen, B.C. Clark, D. Des Marais, C. d’Uston, T. Economou, J. Farmer, K. Herkenhoff, G. Klingelhofer, S. McLennan,  H. Mc Sween, D. Ming, R. Rieder, P. A. de Souza Jr.,  A. Wang, and the Athena Science Team 2004. Following the Sulfur using the Athena Payload on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit. Sprin AGU, Montreal, (abstract).

Crumpler, L., N. A. Cabrol, D. Des Marais, J. D. Farmer, M. Golombek, J. Grant, R. Greeley, J. Grotzinger, L. Haskin, R. Arvidson, S. W. Squyres, Z. Learner, R. Li, M. B. Madsen, M. Malin, M. Payne, T. Parker, F. Seelos, M. Sims, P. de Souza, Jr., A. Wang, C. Weitz, and the Athena Science Team 2004. MER field geologic traverse in Gusev crater, Mars: Initial results from the perspective of Spirit. Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).

Golombek, M., J. Grant, T. Parker, J. Crisp, S. Squyres, M. Carr, A. Haldemann, R. Arvidson, B. Ehlmann, J. Bell, P. Christensen, R. Fergason, S. Ruff, N. Cabrol, R. Kirk, J. Johnson, L. Soderblom, C. Weitz, M. Malin, J. Rice, R. Anderson and the Athena Science Team. Preliminary assessment of Mars Exploration Rover landing site predictions. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).

Greeley, R., S. Squyres, N. Cabrol, M. Golombek, J. Grant, E. Grin, H. McSween, K. Milam, J. Moersch, K. Stockstill, S. Thompson, P. Whelley, and the MER Athena Science Team 2004. Geology of Gusev crater: initial results from the Mars exploration from the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit. European Geophysical Union Assembly, (abstract).

Greeley, S. R., Thompson, P. Whelley, D. Williams, E. Kolb, S. Squyres, G. Neukum, R. Arvidson, M. Malin, R. Kuzmin, P. Christensen, S. Rafkin, T. Michaels, James Rice, N. Cabrol, L. Richter, and the Athena, HRSC, THEMIS, and MOC Science Teams 2004. Mars wind-related features seen by imaging from the Mars Exploration Rovers (MER) and the Mars Express Orbiter. European Geophysical Union, (abstract).

Greeley, R., S.D. Thompson, P.L. Whelley, S. Squyres, G. Neukum, R. Arvidson, M. Malin, R. Kuzmin, P. Christensen, S. Rafkin, T. Michaels, P. Pinet, B. Joliff, N. Cabrol, L. Richter, E. Hauber, H. Hoffmann, R. Jaumann, and the Athena, HRSC, THEMIS, and MOC science teams 2004. Coordinated observations of aeolian features from the Mars Exploration Rovers (MER) and the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera and other orbiters. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).

Herkenhoff, S. Squyres, B. Archinal, R. Arvidson, D. Bass, J. Barrett, K. Becker, T. Becker, J. Bell III, N. A. Cabrol, D. Burr, D. Cook, L. Crumpler, L. Gaddis, A. Ghosh, A. Hayes, A. Howington-Kraus, J. Johnson1, B. Jolliff, R. Kirk, E.M. Lee, M. Lemmon, J. Maki, S. McLennan, D. Ming, R. Morris, C. Niebur, J. Rice, M. Rosiek, M. Sims, P. Smith, N. Spanovich, B. Sucharski, T. Sucharski, R. Sullivan, J. Torson, C. Weitz,the Magnetic Properties Team, and the Athena Science Team 2004. First results of the Athena Microscopic Imager investigation. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).

Kiss, K. T., E. Acs, G. Boris, N. Cabrol, I. Grigorsky, E. Grin, A. Kiss, K. Szabo, and B. Toth 2004. Habitats extrêmes pour les communautés de diatomées dans les lacs de haute altitude (Laguna Blanca et lac de cratère du volcan Licancabur, Bolivie). 23ème Colloque de l’ADLaF. Orléans, France (13-16 septembre 2004).

Landis, G., D. Blaney, N. Cabrol, B. C. Clark, J. Farmer, J. Grotzinger, R. Greeley, S. M. McLennan, L. Richter, A. Yen, and the MER Athena Science Team 2004. Transient liquid water as a mechanism for indication of soil crusts on Mars. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).

Malin, M. and the Athena Science Team 2004. Geomorphology of the Mars Exploration Rover (MER-A) landing site from observations by the Spirit rover. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).

Weitz C., J. Bell, N. Cabrol, J. Grant, R. Greeley, E. Grin, K. Herkenhoff, J. Soderblom, S. Squyres, R. Sullivan, and the Athena Science Team 2004. Characteristics of the soils at Meridiani Planum, Mars. Spring AGU, Montreal, (abstract).

 

(2003)

Thomas, G, N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, R. Anderson, J. Wagner, Z. Xiang, A. Kanduri, and J. Glasgow 2003. Human-centered evaluation of information needs for geologists and Mars exploration. ITCC Conference, Abstract.

Acs E., N. A. Cabrol, I. Grigorszky, I. Friedmann, A. Kiss, K. Szabó , and K. T. Kiss 2003. Similarities and dissimilarities in biodiversity of three high-altitude mountain lakes (Andes, Bolivia). 6th Hungarian Ecological Congress, (Dombos M and G. Lakner, Eds.). St. Stephan University, Pub.lishers. Godollo:305.

Fike, D.; Cabrol, N.; Grin, E.; Hock, A.; and the 2002 Licancabur Expedition Team. 2003. Exploring the limits of life: microbiology and organic geochemistry of the world's highest lake atop the Licancabur volcano  (6000m) and adjacent high altitude lakes. EGS - AGU - EUG Joint Assembly, Nice, France, April 2003.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, C. P. McKay, I. Friedmann, G. Chong Diaz, C. Demergasso, K. Kiss, I. Grigorszky, R. Ocampo Friedmann, M. S. Murbach, A. Hock, D. A. Fike, C. Tambley, L. Escudero, E. deVore, and B. H.Grigsby 2003. First results of the expedition to the highest lake on earth: studying a martian paleolake in bolivia and the survival strategies developed by living organisms. 34th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf: 1140.

Kramer, M. N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, C. Potter, M. H. Carr, R. Sletten, J. Dohm, M. Urquhart, C. Tao 2003. Possible surface water/ice flow histories of the uplands region surrounding Gusev Crater. NAI General Meeting 2003. ASU, Feb. 10-12. (abstract).

Hock, A. N., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, M. Murbach, D. A. Fike, B. Grigsby, D. A. Paige, C. P. McKay, G. Chong, C. Demargasso, I Friedmann, R. Ocampo-Friedmann, K. T. Kiss, I. Grigorsky, E. deVore 2002. The thermal environment of the world’s highest lake: Results from the first field season at Licancabur Volcano and implications for astrobiology.  Eos Trans. AGU, 83(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P71A-0435, 2002.

 

(2002)

Hock, A. N., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, D. A. Fike, D. A. Paige, 2002 Licancabur Expedition Team, Hydrothermal circulation at the world's highest lake?  An environmental study of the Licancabur Volcano crater lake as a terrestrial analog to martian paleolakes.  Geophys. Res. Abs., 5, 13586, 2003.

Cabrol, N. A., and the Licancabur Expedition Team 2002: Licancabur 2002 High-Altitude Expedition: Exploring the Environment and the Limits of Life in the Highest Lake on Earth as an Analog to Martian Paleolakes. AGU Fall Assembly, Paper #: P61D-06.

Squyres, S. S., and the Athena Science Team 2002. The MER Mission's Athena Science Investigation AGU Fall Assembly, San Francisco (December 6-10, 2002)

Grin E. A. et al., 2002. Exploring Gusev with MER A. In:  AGU (December 6-10, 2002 Fall Meeting, Paper No. 6225 (Abstract)

Thakoor, S., Chahl, M. V. Srinivasan, N. A. Cabrol, L. Young, H. Butler, S. Zornetzer 2002. Mars exploration using biomorphic flyers. Cospar/WSC, Oct. 2002, Houston.

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2002. Astrobiological Implications of Modern Glaciers and Surface Ice on Mars. 2nd Astrobiology Conference, NASA Ames Research Center. April 2002.

Cabrol, N. A, E. A. Grin, D. Fike, H. Newsom, I. Thorsos, N. G. Barlow, R. De Hon, and J. Bishop 2002. Overview of Science and Testable Hypotheses at the Gusev Crater MER A Landing Site. 3rd Landing Site Workshop, Pasadena, March 2002 (abstract of communication).

Newsom, H., C. Barber, I. Thorsos, A. Davies, N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, N. G. Barlow, R. De Hon, and J. Bishop 2002. Impact Hydrothermal Processes at the Gusev Crater MER A Landing Site, and the Sinus Meridiani Site Landing Site. 3rd Landing Site Workshop, Pasadena, March 2002 (abstract of communication).

Barlow, N. G., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, H. Newsom, R. DeHon 2002. Gusev Crater: Assessing its Relevance as the MER-A Landing Site. 3rd Landing Site Workshop, Pasadena, March 2002 (abstract of communication).

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2002. The Recent Mars Global Warming (MGW) and/or South Pole Advance (SPA) hypothesis: Global geological evidence and reasons why gullies might still be forming today. 33th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., abstract. 1058.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and D. Fike 2002. Gusev Crater: A Landing Site for MER A. 33th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., abstract 1142.

Grin, E. A., N. A. Cabrol, and D. Fike 2002. New evidence of an ice-covered lake in Gusev crater. 33th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., abstract 1145.

Grin, E. A., G. Leone, and N. A. Cabrol 2002. Potential sites for evaporite deposits in Gusev crater floor within 2003 MER A landing ellipse. 33th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., abstract 1143.

 

 

 

(2001)

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and J. M. Dohm 2001. From Gullies to Glaciers: a Morphological Continuum Supporting a Recent Climate Change on Mars. AGU Fall Assembly, San Francisco.

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2001. The evolution of lacustrine environments on Mars from Viking to MGS and its astrobiological significance. European Geophysical Society (EGS) General Assembly, Nice

Cabrol, N. A., D. D. Wynn-Williams, D. A. Crawford, and E. A. Grin 2001. Recent aqueous environments in impact craters and the Astrobiology exploration of Mars. 32nd Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1251 (abstract).

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and D. D. Wynn-Williams 2001. Prolonged ponding episode in C-Newton crater in recent geological times on Mars. 32nd Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1255 (abstract).

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and D. D. Wynn-Williams 2001. Exploring Impact Crater Lakes in 2003. In: First Landing Site Workshop for the 2003 Mars Rover exploration Rovers, LPI Contribution No. 1079, 10-11.

 

(2000)

Cabrol, N. A., Gian Gabriele Ori, Edmond. A. Grin, Michael H. Sims, Lucia Marinangeli, Christopher McKay, John Marshall, Hans Thomas, Maura Rabette, and Ragnhild Landheim. 2000. Mars scout: micromissions to investigate martian environments. In: Workshop for Concept and Approaches for Mars Missions, July 2000, LPI.

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2000. Assessing the Water Resources of Mars (Inventory and Exploration Means). In: International Symposium of Water, Stars, and Life, Cannes (France), May 30-June 1rst 2000.

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2000. High-latitude martian impact paleolakes: the possible contribution of snowfall and ancient glaciers in the lacustrine activity associated to Argyre and Hellas. Polar Conf. Aug., 2000, Iceland.

Cabrol, N. A, and E. A. Grin 2000. Recent Lakes on Mars. Astrobiology Conference, April 3-5, NASA Ames Research Center.

Cockell, C. S., N. A. Cabrol, E.A. Grin, and R.M. Haberle 2000. Environmental stress and the search for life on Mars. Astrobiology Conference, April 3-5, NASA Ames Research Center.

Cabrol, N. A., Gian Gabriele Ori, Edmond. A. Grin, Lucia Marinangeli, Christopher McKay, John Marshall, Hans Thomas, Maura Rabette, Mike Sims, Ragnhild Landheim. 2000. Mars scout: an astrobiology micromission to investigate martian environments. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract).

Haberle R. M., C. P. McKa,y, J. Schaeffer, M. Joshi, N. A. Cabrol, and E. A. Grin 2000. Meteorological control on the formation of paleolakes on Mars. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract) 1509.

Johnson, J. R. S.W. Ruff, J. Moersch, T. Roush, K. Horton, J. Bishop, N. A. Cabrol, C. Cockell, P. Gazis, H.E. Newsom, and C. Stoker 2000. Geological Characterization of Remote Field Sites Using Visible and Infrared Spectroscopy:  Results from the 1999 Marsokhod Field Test. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract).

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, R. Haberle, C. McKay, M. Joshi, and J. Schaeffer 2000. Distribution and ages of martian impact crater lakes (I): the morphological evidence for recent lacustrine activity. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract) 1504.

Grin, E. A., and N. A. Cabrol 2000. Hydrologic and climatic significance of lacustrine deltas in martian impact craters. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract) 1299.

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2000. Lacustrine deltas in martian impact crater lakes: morphologies, types, and significance. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract).

Cabrol, N. A. 2000. Astronaut-Rover exploration strategy (ARES) for the human exploration of Mars. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract).

 

(1999)

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and L. Marinangeli 1999. Hydrology In The Durius Valles Region, Mars: Evaluation Of Possible Correlations With Volcanism And Magnetic Anomalies. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract).

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 1999. Evolution Of Lacustrine Environments On Mars And Their Significance: The Case For The Brazos Lakes And East Terra Meridiani Basins As Landing Sites For Surveyor 2001. In: Workshop on Mars 2001: Integrated science in preparation for sample return and human exploration. (abstract # 2524), 25-28.

Grin, E. A., N. A.Cabrol, and C. P. McKay, 1999. The Hypothesis Of Caves On Mars Revisited Through Mgs Data; Their Potential As Targets For The Surveyor Program. In: Workshop on Mars 2001: Integrated science in preparation for sample return and human exploration. (abstract # 2535), 43-45.

Cabrol, N. A. 1999. The Critical Importance Of An Integrated Approach Between The Mars Surveyor Program And The Future Human Exploration Landing Site Selection. In: Workshop on Mars 2001: Integrated science in preparation for sample return and human exploration. (abstract), 23-25.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and L. Marinangeli 1999. Origin of recent fluvio-lacustrine activity in the Durius Valles region of Mars, DPS, AAS Meeting, Padova, abstract No. 91.

Stoker, C. R., and N. A. Cabrol 1999. The 1999 Silver Lake Marsokhod Field Test: Simulation of a Mars Rover Sample Return Mission, DPS, AAS Meeting, abstract.

Cabrol, N. A., J.J. Kosmo, R.C. Trevino, H. Thomas, the Marsokhod Rover Team and the I-Suit Team 1999. Results of the First Astronaut-Rover (ASRO) Interaction Field Experiment and Recommendations for Future Planetary Surface Exploration. 18th Digital Avionics Systems Conference. Saint-Louis, October 1999.

Cabrol, N. A. 1999. Concept Mapping as a Support for Mars Landing-Site Selection: the Case of Gusev Crater. Landing Site Workshop, Buffalo June 1999.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and K Hand 1999 The MARS Surveyor Program, Human Exploration Objectives and the Case for Gusev Crater. Landing Site Workshop, Buffalo June 1999.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and K Hand 1999. Candidate-Landing Sites And Back-Ups For The Mars Surveyor Program In The Schiaparelli. Crater Region. Landing Site Workshop, Buffalo June 1999.

Cabrol, N. A, J. J. Kosmo, R. C. Trevino, H. Thomas, D. Eppler, M. G. Bualat, K. Baker, E. Huber, M. Sierhuis, E. A. Grin, C. R. Stoker, J. A. Schreiner, M. H. Sims, V. C. Gulick, and C. S. Cockell 1999. Results Of The First Astronaut-Rover (ASRO) Field Experiment: Lessons And Directions For The Human Exploration Of Mars. 5th Conference of Mars, #6055.

Cabrol, N. A. 1999. Amazonian fluvial activity on mars: combination of volcano-tectonic environment and possible subglacial drainage in the generation of flow in Durius valles. 30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1022.

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 1999. Sedimentary record in Martian impact crater paleolakes as indicators of past climate, hydrogeologic processes, and environment evolution. 30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1023.

Cabrol, N. A. 1999. The Martian impact crater lakes database: a Web Resource for the planetary science community and for educational and public outreach 1999. 30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1024.

Cabrol, N. A., V. C. Gulick, and G. A. Briggs 1999. Educational outreach products at ARC’s Center for Mars Exploration. 30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1070.

Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, R. Landheim, R. Greeley, and R. O. Kuzmin 1999. About the “non-evidence” of a paleolake in Gusev crater, Mars. 30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1030.

Cabrol, N. A. 1999. Amazonian fluvial activity on Mars: Combination of volcano-tectonic environment and possible subglacial drainage in the generation of flow in Durius Valles. 30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1022.

Cabrol, N. A., J. J. Kosmo, R. C. Trevino, C. R. Stoker, the Marsokhod Rover Team, and the Advanced EVA  Technology Team, 1999. Astronaut-Rover Interaction for Planetary Surface Exploration: 99’ Silver Lake first ASRO experiment. 30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1069.

Grin, E. A. 1999. Predictive Analysis Of Groundwater Inflow Into Deep Martian Impact Craters. 30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1025.

Stoker, C., N. A. Cabrol, T. Roush, V. Gulick, G. Hovde, J. Moersch, and the Marsokhod Rover Team 1999. 1999 Marsokhod Field Experiment: A simulation of a Mars rover science mission. 30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1278.

 

(1998)

Lee, P.T., T.E. Bunch, N. A. Cabrol, C.S. Cockell, R.A.F. Grieve, C.P. Mckay, J.W. Rice, Jr., J.W. Schutt, and A. P. Zent 1998. Haughton-Mars 97 - I 1998: Overview of observations at the Haughton Impact Crater, a Unique Mars Analog Site in the Canadian High Arctic. Lunar and Planetary Sscience Conference 29th, Houston.

Grin, E.A. and N.A. Cabrol 1998. Deep Basalt Aquifers in Orcus Patera, Elysium Basin Mars: Perspectives for Exobiology. NASA AMES Mars Landing SiteWorkshop, jan 26-27th.

Grin, E.A., and N.A. Cabrol 1998. Ma’adim Vallis estuarine delta in Elysium Basin and its relevance as a landing site for exobiology exploration on Mars. NASA AMES Mars Landing Site Workshop, jan 26-27th.

Cabrol, N.A., and E.A. Grin 1998. Gale crater: An amazonian paleolake at the plateau/plain boundary. NASA AMES Mars Landing Site Workshop, jan 26-27th.

Cabrol, N.A., E.A. Grin, R. Landheim, R. Greeley, R. Kuzmin, And C.P. Mckay 1998. Gusev crater paleolake: two-billion years of Martian geologic (and biologic ?) history. NASA AMES Mars Landing Site Workshop, jan 26-27th.

Cabrol, N.A., E.A. Grin, R. Landheim, and C.P. Mckay 1998. Cryovolcanism as a possible origin for pancake-domes in the Mars 98 landing site area: relevance for climate reconstruction and exobiology exploration. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.

Grin, E.A., and N.A. Cabrol 1998. Ma’adim Vallis estuarine delta in Elysium Basin and its relevance as a landing site for exobiology exploration on Mars. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.

Cabrol, N.A. 1998. Global Survey of Impact Crater-Lakes on Mars: Their Potential for Major Science Return. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.

Grin, E.A. and N.A. Cabrol 1998. Deep Basalt Aquifers in Orcus Patera, Elysium Basin Mars: Perspectives for Exobiology. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.

Cabrol, N.A., and E.A. Grin 1998. Subsidence Areas and Groundwater Model Applied to Ma’adim Vallis Region, Mars. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.

Grin, E.A., N.A. Cabrol, and C.P. Mckay 1998. Caves in the Martian Regolith and Their Significance for Exobiology Exploration. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.

Cabrol, N.A., G. Chong Diaz, L. Pedersen, J.M. Dohm, M. Pereira Arredondo, G. Dunfield, V.C. Gulick, A. Jensen Iglesia, R. Keaten, C. Herrera Lamelli, R. Landheim, P.C. Lee, T. Roush, K. Schwher, C.R. Stoker, and A. Zent 1998. Atacama I: Science Results of the 1997 Nomad Rover Field Test in the Atacama Desert, Chile. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.

Cabrol, N.A., G. Chong Diaz, G. Dunfield, J.M. Dohm, M. Pereira Arredondo, V.C. Gulick, A. Jensen Iglesia, R. Keaten, C. Herrera Lamelli, R. Landheim, P.C. Lee, L. Pedersen, T. Roush, K. Schwher, C.R. Stoker, and A. Zent 1998. Atacama II: Nomad Rover Sample 1-250697 and implications for fossil characterization during Mars exploration. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.

Cabrol, N.A., P.C. Lee, G. Chong Diaz, L. Pedersen, J.M. Dohm, M. Pereira Arredondo, G. Dunfield, V.C. Gulick, A. Jensen Iglesia, R. Keaten, C. Herrera Lamelli, R. Landheim, T. Roush, K. Schwher, C.R. Stoker, and A. Zent 1998. Atacama III: Meteorite Search During the Nomad Field Tests: Perspectives on Automated Field Operations by Teleoperated Vehicles in Extreme Environments. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.

 

(1997)

Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin (1997). Hydrogeology and Exobiology significance of Martian large crater lakes. In Early Mars Conference, Houston April 24-27th.

Kuzmin, R.O., R. Greeley, R. Landheim, and N.A. Cabrol, "Geologic mapping of Gusev Crater-Ma'adim Vallis Region, Mars," (abstract), Lunar Planet Sci. Conf. XXVIII, pp. 779-780 (1997).

Cabrol, N.A., E.A. Grin, and R. Landheim 1997. Ma’adim Vallis paleocourses., Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 28th Houston.

Cabrol, N.A., E.A.Grin, and W. Pollard 1997. Perennial frost mounds in Gusev Crater (Mars). Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 28th, Houston.

Grin, E.A., and N.A. Cabrol 1997b. Antarctic analogs for a perennial ice-covered paleolake in Gusev Crater (Mars). Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 28th, Houston.

Grin, E.A., and N.A. Cabrol 1997a. Subglacial rotary currents in Gusev Crater paleolake (Mars). Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 28th, Houston.

Cabrol, N.A  1997. Early Amazonian lake in Gale Crater (Mars). Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 28th, Houston.

 (1996)

Cabrol, N.A, And E.A. Grin 1996b. Ice-rind or why the vertical erosion of martian fluvial valleys is not coherent with their slope. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 27th, Houston., 187-188.

Cabrol, N.A, E.A. Grin, V.C.Gulick, C.P. Mckay, R. Greeley, M. Sims, and G. Briggs (1996). Rover mobility and sampling strategy on Mars: The case for Gusev crater. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 27th, Houston 189-190.

Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin (1996a) Duration of aqueous sedimentation and favorable environments for Life inception on Mars: a case in Aeolis region. In ISSOL’s 96 International conference report.

 

(1995)

Cabrol, N.A., and A. Brack (1995). Episodic oasis for water-dependant life on Mars. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 26th, Houston, 201-202.

Cabrol, N.A, E.A.Grin, and G. Dawidowicz 1995. Shalbatana Vallis (Mars) : Headwater migration as an alternative to recharge process. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 26th, Houston, 203-204.

Cabrol, N.A, C.P Mckay, and E.A.Grin 1995. Was life discontinuous on Mars ? Geology and Exobiology arguments. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 26th, Houston, 205-206.

 

 (1994)

Cabrol, N.A, E.A. Grin, and G. Dawidowicz 1994. A lake inside Ma'adim Vallis. XIX EGS General Assembly.

Grin, E.A, N.A. Cabrol, and G. Dawidowicz 1994. Proposal for a topographic survey of Gusev crater. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 25th, Houston, 483-484.

Landheim, R., N.A. Cabrol, R. Greeley, and J. Farmer 1994. Stratigraphic assessment of Gusev crater as an exobiology landing site. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 25th, Houston,  769-770.

Landheim, R., R. Greeley, J.D. Farmer, and N. A. Cabrol, "Gusev Crater-Ma‚Adim Vallis:  A Target in the Search for Extinct Life on Mars " abstract, Gordon Research Conf. Origin of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere (1994).

Cabrol, N.A., R. Landheim, R.Greeley, and J. Farmer 1994. Fluvial processes and sedimentation in Ma'adim Vallis and Gusev crater : arguments for a high priority exobiology site, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 25th, Houston, 213-214.

 

(1993)

Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin 1993. Identification of potential life habitats through time on Mars: location of water reservoirs. EGS, General Assembly.

Cabrol, N.A., E.A. Grin, A. Dollfus, and G. Dawidowicz 1993. An ancient inner lake in Ma'adim  Vallis. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 24th, Houston,  241-242.

 

(1992)

Cabrol, N.A 1992e. Topology of martian hydrology : implications for future explorations. Bull. Am. Astron. Society,  24/3, 976.

Cabrol, N.A 1992d. Residual aquifer reservoirs on Mars : implications for future missions. World Space Congress,  Washington.

Cabrol, N.A. 1992c. L'eau sur Mars : conditions d'écoulement et implications pour les futures missions. Congrès de la Société Française des Spécialistes d'Astronomie, Meudon (France).

Cabrol, N.A (1992b). Martian channel network organization: arguments for subsurface aquifer drainage. EGS General Assembly, Edinburg.

Cabrol, N.A 1992a Recurrent rules in martian channel organization : implications for their formation. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 23th, Houston,  195-196.

Grin E. A., and N. A. Cabrol 1992. Modeling martian channels by bifurcation theory and differential topology: arguments for drainage of subsurface aquifers. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 23th, Houston,  455-456.

Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin 1992. Sites of residual aquifers on Mars through channel analysis Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 23th, Houston,  197-198.

Grin E. A., and N. A. Cabrol 1992. Modeling martian channels by bifurcation theory and differential topology: arguments for drainage of subsurface aquifers. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 23th, Houston,  455-456.

 

(1991)

Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin 1991b. Martian channel networks: a revised Strahler approach for quantitative morphometry. In Workshop on Martian surface and atmosphere through time.

Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin 1991a. Relation between impact seismicity and runoff formation by fluidization of permafrost. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 22th, Houston , 165-167.

 

 

(1990)

Cabrol, N.A 1990. Physiographic characteristics of martian drainage basins. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 21th, Houston,  151-152.

 

(1989)

Cabrol, N.A, E.A. Grin, and A. Dollfus 1989. Mars landing site project : systemic analysis or evaluation of mission productivity and site selection. Colloque International Phobos-Mars, Paris  (France).

Cabrol, N.A. 1989 Morphological variations and evolution of channels on Mars. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 20th, Houston, 135-136.

 


Douglas Caldwell
Kepler Instrument Scientist

Jean Chiar
Senior Research Scientist

Jean Chiar, A.J. Adamson, Doug Caldwell, E.L. Gibb, Y.J. Pendleton, D.C.B. Whittet, 2002. Hydrocarbons,Astrophysical Journal

D.C.B. Whittet, A.C.A. Boogert, Jean Chiar, E.L. Gibb, Y.J. Pendleton, 2001. Observational Constraints on the Abundance and Evolution of "XCN" in Interstellar Grain Mantles Astrophysical Journal 550, 793.

R.Y. Shuping, Jean Chiar, Thomas Kerr, T.P. Snow, 2001. A Direct Measurement of the CO Depletion in the Elias 18 Circumstellar Disk Astrophysical Journal Letters 547, L161.

A. Nummelin, Jean Chiar, P.A. Gerakines, E.L. Gibb, D.C.B. Whittet, 2001. Solid Carbon Dioxide in Regions of Low-Mass Star Formation Astrophysical Journal 558, 185.

E.L. Gibb, Jean Chiar, D.C.B. Whittet, 2001. Searching for Ammonia in Grain Mantles toward Massive Young Stellar Objects Astrophysical Journal 558, 702.

Jean Chiar, A.G.G.M. Tielens, 2001. Circumstellar Carbonaceous Material Associated with Late-Type Dusty WC Wolf-Rayet Stars Astrophysical Journal Letters 550, L207.

R.Y. Shuping, Jean Chiar, Thomas Kerr, T.P. Snow, 2000. A Direct Measurement of the CO Depletion in the Elias 18 Circumstellar Disk The Astrophysical Journal Letters

Jean Chiar, Max Bernstein, A.C.A. Boogert, D. Lutz, W.A. Schutte, A.G.G.M. Tielens, E.F. van Dishoeck, D.C.B. Whittet, 2000. The composition and Distribution of Dust Along the Line of Sight Towards the Galactic Center The Astrophysical Journal

E.L. Gibb, A.C.A. Boogert, Jean Chiar, P.A. Gerakines, J.V. Keane, O. Kerkhof, W.A. Schutte, A.G.G.M. Tielens, E.F. van Dishoeck, D.C.B. Whittet, 1999. An Inventory of Interstellar Ices toward the Embedded Protostar W33A The Astrophysical Journal

W.A. Schutte, A.C.A. Boogert, Jean Chiar, P.A. Gerakines, A.G.G.M. Tielens, D.C.B. Whittet, 1999. Weak Ice Absorbtion Features at 7.24 and 7.41 Microns in the Spectrum of the Obscured Young Stellar Object W33AAstronomy and Astrophysics 343, 966.

B. Vandenbussche, A.C.A. Boogert, Jean Chiar, P. Ehrenfreund, W.A. Gerakines, E.F. van Dishoeck, 1999. Constraints on the Abundance of Solid O2 in Dense Clouds Astronomy and Astrophysics 346, L57.Jean Chiar, Y.J. Pendleton, 1999. The nature and evolution of interstellar organics Formation and Evolution of Solids in Space 29.

Jean Chiar, T.R. Geballe, Y.J. Pendleton, A.G.G.M. Tielens, 1998. Near-Infrared Spectroscopy of the Proto-Planetary Nebula CRL 618 and the Origin of the Hydrocarbon Dust Component in the Interstellar Medium The Astrophysical Journal 507, 281-286.


Jeffrey Coughlin
SETI Consultant for the Kepler Science Office

"Contamination in the Kepler Field. Identification of 685 KOIs as False Positives via Ephemeris Matching Based on Q1-Q12 Data"
Coughlin, J. L., Thompson, S. E., Bryson, S. T., et al., 2014, The Astronomical Journal, 147, 119
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2014AJ....147..119C

"An Earth-Sized Planet in the Habitable Zone of a Cool Star"
Quintana, E. V., Barclay, T., Raymond, S. N., et al., 2014, Science, 344, 277
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2014Sci...344..277Q

"Detection of Potential Transit Signals in 16 Quarters of Kepler Mission Data"
Tenenbaum, P., Jenkins, J. M., Seader, S., et al., 2014, The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 211, 6
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2014ApJS..211....6T

"Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler IV: Planet Sample from Q1-Q8 (22 Months)"
Burke, C. J., Bryson, S. T., Mullally, F., et al., 2014, The Astrophysical Journal Supplement Series, 210, 19
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2014ApJS..210...19B

"A Super-Earth-sized Planet Orbiting in or Near the Habitable Zone around a Sun-like Star"
Barclay, T., Burke, C. J., Howell, S. B., et al., 2013, The Astrophysical Journal, 768, 101
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2013ApJ...768..101B

"Modeling Multi-wavelength Stellar Astrometry. III. Determination of the Absolute Masses of Exoplanets and Their Host Stars"
Coughlin, J. L., Lopez-Morales, M., 2012, The Astrophysical Journal, 750, 100
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2012ApJ...750..100C

"A Uniform Search for Secondary Eclipses of Hot Jupiters in Kepler Q2 Light Curves"
Coughlin, J. L., Lopez-Morales, M., 2012, The Astronomical
Journal, 143, 39
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2012AJ....143...39C

"Kepler Cycle 1 Observations of Low-mass Stars: New Eclipsing Binaries, Single Star Rotation Rates, and the Nature and Frequency of Starspots"
Harrison, T. E., Coughlin, J. L., Ule, N. M., et al., 2012, The Astronomical Journal, 143, 4
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2012AJ....143....4H

"Fundamental parameters of exoplanets and their host stars"
Coughlin, J. L., 2012, Ph.D. Thesis,
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2012PhDT.......329C

"Low-mass Eclipsing Binaries in the Initial Kepler Data Release"
Coughlin, J. L., Lopez-Morales, M., Harrison, T. E., et al., 2011, The Astronomical Journal, 141, 78
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2011AJ....141...78C

"Modeling Multi-wavelength Stellar Astrometry. II. Determining Absolute Inclinations, Gravity-darkening Coefficients, and Spot Parameters of Single Stars with SIM Lite"
Coughlin, J. L., Harrison, T. E., Gelino, D. M., 2010, The Astrophysical Journal, 723, 1351
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2010ApJ...723.1351C

"Modeling Multi-wavelength Stellar Astrometry. I. SIM Lite Observations of Interacting Binaries"
Coughlin, J. L., Gelino, D. M., Harrison, T. E., et al., 2010, The Astrophysical Journal, 717, 776
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2010ApJ...717..776C

"Day-side z'-band Emission and Eccentricity of WASP-12b"
Lopez-Morales, M., Coughlin, J. L., Sing, D. K., et al., 2010, The Astrophysical Journal, 716, L36
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2010ApJ...716L..36L

"Orbital Solutions and Absolute Elements of the Eclipsing Binary MY Cygni"
Tucker, R. S., Sowell, J. R., Williamon, R. M., et al., 2009, The Astronomical Journal, 137, 2949
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2009AJ....137.2949T

"New Observations and a Possible Detection of Parameter Variations in the Transits of Gliese 436b"
Coughlin, J. L., Stringfellow, G. S., Becker, A. C., et al., 2008, The Astrophysical Journal, 689, L149
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2008ApJ...689L.149C

"Long-Term Photometric Analysis of the Active W UMa-Type System TU Bootis"
Coughlin, J. L., Dale, H. A., III, Williamon, R. M., 2008, The Astronomical Journal, 136, 1089
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2008AJ....136.1089C

"New Beta Lyrae and Algol Candidates from the Northern Sky Variability Survey"
Hoffman, D. I., Harrison, T. E., Coughlin, J. L., et al., 2008, The Astronomical Journal, 136, 1067
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2008AJ....136.1067H

"Seven New Low-Mass Eclipsing Binaries"
Coughlin, J. L., Shaw, J. S., 2007, Journal of the Southeastern Association for Research in Astronomy, 1, 7
http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2007JSARA...1....7C


Matija Cuk
Research Scientist

Cristina Dalle Ore
Senior Scientist

Dale Cruikshank, C.M. Dalle Ore, T.R. Geballe, J.H. Lewis, Tobias Owen, Ted Roush, 2002. Search for the 3.4-um C-H Spectral Bands on Low-Albedo Asteroids Icarus156, 434-441.

Dale Cruikshank, M.D. Cash, C.M. Dalle Ore, C. de Bergh, T.R. Geballe, W.K. Hartmann, Tobias Owen, Ted Roush, 2001. Constraints on the Composition of Trojan Asteroid 624 Hektor Icarus153, 348-360.

Tobias Owen, Dale Cruikshank, C.M. Dalle Ore, C. de Bergh, T.R. Geballe, Bishun Khare, R. Meier, Y.J. Pendleton, Ted Roush, 2001. Decoding the Domino: The Dark Side of Iapetus Icarus149, 160-172.

Dale Cruikshank, M.J. Bartholomew, C.M. Dalle Ore, C. de Bergh, S. Doute, T.R. Geballe, R. Meier, Tobias Owen, E. Quirico, Ted Roush, B. Schmitt, 2000. Water Ice on Triton Icarus147, 309-316.

Tobias Owen, Dale Cruikshank, C.M. Dalle Ore, T.R. Geballe, C. Griffin, R. Meier, Ted Roush, 1999. The Surfaces of Titan and Iapetus European Geophysical Society

Dale Cruikshank, M.J. Bartholomew, JF Bell III, Max Bernstein, RH Brown, C.M. Dalle Ore, JK Davies, C de Bergh, T.R. Geballe, Tobias Owen, Y.J. Pendleton, Ted Roush, DJ Tholen, KA Tryka, SM White, 1998. The Composition of Centar 5145 Pholus Icarus135, 389-407.

G.K. Benedix, Dale Cruikshank, C.M. Dalle Ore, C de Bergh, T.R. Geballe, Bishun Khare, Tobias Owen, Ted Roush, 1998. Surface composition models of the leading surfaces of Rhea and Dione DPS MeetingSession 44P,

Tobias Owen, Dale Cruikshank, C.M. Dalle Ore, C. de Bergh, T.R. Geballe, Ted Roush, 1998. Detection of Water Ice on Saturn's Satellite Phoebe Icarus140, 379-382.


Alfonso Davila
Senior Research Scientist

Peer-reviewed publications

 1. Gil, C., Losa-Adams, E., Davila, A.F., Gago-Duport, L. (2014) Pyrite nanoparticles as a Fenton-like reagent for in situ remediation of organic pollutants. Beilstein J. Nanotechnology, doi: 10.3762/bjnano.5.97. eCollection 2014.

2. Shelor, C.P., Dasgupta, P.K., Aubrey, A., Davila, A.F. et al. (2014), What can In-situ Ion Chromatography offer for Mars Exploration. Astrobiology. doi:10.1089/ast.2013.1131.

3. A.F. Davila and C.P. McKay (2014) Chance and necessity in biochemistry: implications for the search of biosignatures in Earth like planets. Astrobiology. Accepted.4.     A.G. Fairén, Stokes, C.R., Davies, N.S., Schulze-Makuch, D., Rodríguez, A.P., Davila, A.F., Uceda, E.R., Dohm, J.M., Baker, V.R. Clifford, Stephen M., McKay, C.P.Squyres, S.W. (2014). A cold hydrological system in Gale crater, Mars. Planetary and Space Science, Volume 93, p. 101-118.

5.     J. Heldmann et al. (2014) Midlatitude ice-rich ground on Mars as a target in the search for evidence of life and for in situ resource utilization on human missions. Astrobiology, 14(2): 102-118. doi:10.1089/ast.2013.1103

6.     Crits-Christoph et al. (2013). Colonization patterns of soil microbial communities in the Atacama Desert. Microbiome 1: 28 http://www.microbiomejournal.com/content/1/1/28

7.     K. Zacny et al. (2013) Reaching 1 m deep on Mars: The Icebreaker Drill. Astrobiology 13, DOI: 10.1089/ast.2013.1038.

8.     D. Schulze-Makuch, A.G. Fairén, A.F. Davila (2013) Locally targeted Ecosynthesis: A proactive in situ search for extant life on other Worlds. Astrobiology 13, doi: 10.1089/ast.2013.0995

9.     D. Lacelle, A.F. Davila et al. (2013). Excess ground ice of condensation-diffusion origin in University Valley, Dry Valleys of Antarctica: evidence from isotope geochemistry and numerical modeling. Geochem. Cosmochem. Acta. doi: 10.1016/j.gca.2013.06.032

10.  L. Ziolkowski, J. Wierzchos, A.F. Davila, G. Slater (2013) Radiocarbon evidence of active endolithic microbial communities in the hyperarid core of the Atacama Desert. Astrobiology. Accepted

11.  J.L. Heldmann et al. (2013) Comparison of geomorphic features formed in the presence of ice-cemented soil in the Upper Dry Valleys, Antarctica with observations at the Mars Phoenix landing site, Planet. Space Sci. Accepted.

12.  A.F. Davila, D. Willson, J. Coates, C. McKay (2013) Perchlorate on Mars: a chemical hazard and a resource for humans. Int. J. Astrobiol. Accepted

13.  McKay, C., Stoker, C., Glass, B., Davé, A., A.F. Davila et al. (2013) The Icebreaker Life mission to Mars: a search for biomolecular evidence of Life. Astrobiology 13, doi:10.1089/ast.2012.0878.

14.  A.F. Davila et al. (2013) Salt deliquescence drives photosynthesis in the hyperarid Atacama Desert. Environmental Microbiology Reports. doi:10.1111/1758-2229.12050

15.  A.F. Davila and P. Zamorano (2013) Mitochondria and the evolutionary roots of Cancer. Physical Biology. doi:10.1088/1478-3975/10/2/026008

16.  A.F. Davila et al. (2013) Evidence of Hesperian glaciations along the Martian dichotomy boundary. Geology. doi:10.1130/G34201.1

17.  M.M Marinova et al. (2013) Distribution of the depth to ground ice in the high elevation Quartermain Mountains, Dry Valleys of Antarctica. Antarctic Science doi: 10.1017/S095410201200123X.

18.  A. Jackson, A.F. Davila et al. (2012) Perchlorate and chlorate biogeochemistry in ice-covered lakes of the McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Geochem. Cosmochem. Acta. 98: 19-30.

19.  J. Wierzchos, A.F. Davila et al (2012) Novel water source for endolithic life in the Atacama Desert's hyper-arid core. Biogeoscience J., 9, 2275-2286.

20.  J. Wierzchos, A.F. Davila et al (2012) Ignimbrite as a substrate for endolithic live in the hyper-arid Atacama Desert: implications for the search for life on Mars. Icarus. In Press.

21.  Battler, M. et al. (2012). Characterization of the acidic cold seep emplaced jarositic Golden Deposit, NWT, Canada, as an analogue for jarosite deposition on Mars. Icarus.doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2012.05.015.

22.  K. Zacny et al. (2012) LunarVader: Development and Testing of a Lunar Drill in a Vacuum Chamber and in the Lunar Analog Site of the Antarctica. J. Aerosp. Eng. 26: 74-86.

23.  A.G. Fairén, A.F. Davila et al. (2012). Glacial Paleoenvironments on Mars Revealed by the Paucity of Hydrated Silicates in the Noachian Crust of the Northern Lowlands. Planetary and Space Science, 70: 126-133.

24.  D. Schulze-Makuch et al. (2012). The Biological Oxidant and Life Detection (BOLD) Mission: A Proposal for a Mission to Mars. Planetary and Space Sciences. Accepted.

25.  J. Heldmann et al. (2012) Formation and evolution of buried snowpack deposits in Pearse Valley, Antarctica and implications for Mars. Antarctic Science. doi:10.1017/S0954102011000903.

26.  A.F. Davila et al. (2010) New priorities in the robotic exploration of Mars: The case for in situ search of extant life. Astrobiology 10: 705-710. doi:10.1089/ast.2010.0538.

27.  D.S.S. Lim et al. (2011) A historical overview of the Pavilion Lake Research Project -Analog science and exploration in an underwater environment. GSA. Accepted

28.  C.S. Cockell et al (2011) Uninhabited habitats on MarsIcarus, 217: 184-193doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2011.10.025.

29.  A.G. Fairén et al. (2011) Meteorites at Meridiani Planum provide evidence for significant amounts of surface and near-surface water on early Mars. Met. And Planet. Sci. 46: 1832-1841.doi:10.1111/j.1945-5100.2011.01297.x.

30.  A.G. Fairén, A.F. Davila et al. (2011) Cold glacial oceans would have inhibited phyllosilicate sedimentation on early MarsNature Geosciences 4, 667–670. doi:10.1038/ngeo1243

31.  D. Schulze-Makuch, et al. (2011) A Two-Tiered Approach to Assessing the Habitability of Exoplanets. Astrobiology, 11: 1041-1052. doi:10.1089/ast.2010.0592

32.  A.F. Davila et al. (2011) A large sedimentary basin in the Terra Sirenum region of the southern highlands of Mars. Icarus 212: 579-589. doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2010.12.023.

33.  J. Wierzchos et al. (2011) Microbial colonization of Ca-sulfate crusts in the hyperarid core of the Atacama Desert: implications for the search for life on MarsGeobiology 9: 44-60. doi: 10.1111/j.1472-4669.2010.00254.x

34.  D. Lacelle, A.F. Davila et al. (2011) Stability of ancient massive ground ice bodies in the McMurdo Dry Valleys (Antarctica): using stable O-H isotope as tracers of sublimation. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 301: 403-411. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2010.11.028

35.  A.G. Fairén, A.F. Davila et al. (2010) Astrobiology through the ages of Mars. Astrobiology, 10: 821-843. doi: 10.1089/ast.2009.0440

36.  A.G. Fairén et al. (2010) Noachian and more recent phyllosilicates in impact craters on Mars Proc. Nat. Acad, Sci., 107: 12095-12100. doi:10.1073/pnas.1002889107

37.  de los Rios et al. (2010) Comparative analysis of the microbial communities inhabiting halite evaporites of the Atacama Desert. Int. Microbiology, 13: 79-89. doi:10.2436/20.1501.01.113.

38.  A.F. Davila et al. (2010) Hygroscopic salts and the potential for life on Mars. Astrobiology 10, 617-628. doi:10.1089/ast.2009.0421

39.  P. Vítek et al (2010) Microbial colonization of halite from the hyper-arid Atacama Desert studied by Raman spectroscopy. Phil. Trans. Royal Soc. A. 368: 3205-3221. doi:10.1098/rsta.2010.0059.

40.  D.S.S. Lim et al. (2010) Scientific Field Training for Human Planetary Exploration. Planetary and Space Sciences58: 920-930. doi:10.1016/j.pss.2010.02.014.

41.  G. Marzo, A.F. Davila et al. (2010) Evidence for Hesperian impact-induced hydrothermalism on Mars. Icarus, 208: 667-683. doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2010.03.013

42.  G. Kminek et al. (2010) Report of the COSPAR mars special regions colloquium. Adv. Space Res. 46: 811-829. doi:10.1016/j.asr.2010.04.039.

43.  A.G. Fairén, A.F. Davila, et al (2009) Stability against freezing of aqueous solutions on early Mars. Nature, 459: 401-404. doi:10.1038/nature07978.

44.  A.G. Fairén et al. (2009) Evidence for Late Amazonian Acidic Liquid Water on Mars from the MER Missions. Planet. Space Sci. 57: 276-287. doi:10.1016/j.pss.2008.11.008.

45.  J.M. Dohm et al. (2009) New evidence for a magmatic influence on the origin of Valles Marineris, Mars, J. Volcan. Geotherm Res. 185: 12-27. doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2008.11.029

46.  D. Schultze-Makuch, A.G. Fairén, A.F. Davila (2008) The Case for Life on Mars. Planet. Space. Sci. 7: 117-141. doi:10.1017/S1473550408004175.

47.  A.F. Davila et al (2008) Subsurface formation of oxidants on Mars and implications for the preservation of organic biosignatures. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 272: 456-463. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2008.05.015.

48.  A.F. Davila et al (2008) Facilitation of endolithic microbial survival in the hyper-arid core of the Atacama Desert by mineral deliquescence. JGR-Biogeoscience 113doi: 10.1029/2007JG000561

49.  M. Winklhofer, L. Abracado, A.F. Davila et al (2007) Magnetic optimization in a multicellular magnetotactic prokaryote. Biophys. J. 92: 661-670. doi:10.1529/biophysj.106.093823

50.  A.F. Davila et al (2006) Mapping the sources of urban dust in a coastal environment by measuring magnetic parameters of Platannus hispanica leaves. Env. Sci. & Technol. 40: 3922-3928.doi:10.1021/es0525049.

51.  A.F. Davila et al (2005) Magnetic pulse affects a putative magnetoreceptor mechanism. Biophys. J. 89: 56-63. doi:10.1529/biophysj.104.049346

52.  Y. Pan, N Petersen, M. Winklhofer, A.F. Davila et al. (2005) Rock magnetic properties of uncultured magnetotactic bacteria. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 237: 311-325. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2005.06.029

53.  Y. Pan, N. Petersen, A.F. Davila et al. (2005) The detection of bacterial magnetite in recent sediments of Lake Chiemsee. Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 232: 109-123.doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2005.01.006

54.  A.F. Davila et al. (2003) A new model for a magnetoreceptor in homing pigeons based on interacting clusters of superparamagnetic magnetite. Phys. Chem. of the Earth28: 647-652. doi:10.1016/S1474-7065(03)00118-9.

55.  Muxworthy, M. Matzka, A.F. Davila, N. Petersen (2003) Magnetic signature of daily sampled urban atmospheric particles. Atm. Environ. 37: 4163-4169. doi:10.1016/S1352-2310(03)00500-4

 

Book Chapters

A.F. Davila (2012) Glacial origin of fretted terrains on Mars. In Mars: Evolution, Geology and Exploration. NOVA Science Publishers.

J. Dohm et al. (2011) An inventory of potentially habitable environments on Mars: Geological and biological perspectives. In Gerry, B., and Bleacher, J. eds. Analogs for Planetary Exploration, Geological Society of American Special Paper 483, p. 317-347.

A.F. Davila, A.G. Fairén, D. Schulze-Makuch, C. McKay (2008). The ALH84001 case for life on Mars. In: From Fossils to Astrobiology.

A.G. Fairén, A.F. Davila, D. Lim, E.R. Uceda, J. Zavaleta, R. Amils and C.P. McKay (2007). The case for a cold and wet Mars. In: New Insights on Mars. NOVA Science Publishers.

 

Conference Proceedings

W.H. Pollard, D. Lacelle, A.F. Davila, D. Andersen, C.P. McKay, M.M. Marinova, J. Heldmann (2012). Ground ice conditions in University Valley, McMurdo Dry Valleys, Antarctica. Proceedings of the Tenth International Conference on Permafrost.

Wierzchos, J., de los Rios, J., A.F. Davila et al. (2009) Primary producers in extreme arid environment of the Atacama Desert: Where, how, and when? Geochem. Cosmochem. Acta. 73: A1439

Friedmann, E. I.; Wierzchos, J.; A.F. Davila et al. (2006) Biogeochemistry on Mars, both possible and realistic: Magnetite. Geochem. Cosmochem. Acta A185. DOI: 10.1016/j.gca.2006.06.372   

 

Conference Abstracts

Davila AF, Wierzchos, J., Ascaso, C. (2012) The Dry Limit of Photosynthesis on Earth and the Possibility of Life on Mars. Photobiology Conference, Montreal

Fairén, AG, Gago-Duport, L., Davila, AF, Gil, C., McKay, CP (2012) Subsurface Diffusion of Salt-forming Cations on Early Mars, AbSciCon Conference

Fairen, AG, Davila, AF et al (2012) Glacial Paleomorphologies in Gale Crater, Mars. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 43, 2182.

Heldmann, JL, Schurmeier, L., Stoker, C., McKay, C., Davila, AF et al (2012) Mission Concept to Enable Science and In Situ Resource Utilization of Mid-Latitude Ice on Mars. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts Contributions, 1679, 4114.

Lim, DSS, McKay, CP, Heldmann, JL, Marinova, MM, Osinski, G., Brady, AL, Davila, AF et al (2012) The Use of Terrestrial Analogs as High Fidelity Test Beds for the Development and Refinement of Mars Surface System Capabilities. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 1679, 4192.

McKay, CP, Stoker, CR, Glass, BJ, Dave, AI, Davila, AF et al (2012) The Icebreaker Life Mission to Mars: A Search for Biochemical Evidence for Life. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 1679, 4091.

Schurmeier, LR, Heldmann, JL, Stoker, C., McKay, C., Davila, AF et al (2012) Characterization of a Mid-Latitude Ice-Rich Landing Site on Mars to Enable In Situ Habitability Studies, Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts 43, 1271.

Zacny, K., Paulsen, G., Mellerowicz, B., Craft, J., McKay, C.; Glass, B., Davila, AF et al (2012) The Icebreaker: Mars Drill and Sample Delivery System. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts 43, 1153.

Zacny, K., Paulsen, G., McKay, C., Glass, B., Marinova, M., Davila, AF, Dave, A (2012) The Icebreaker: One Meter Class Mars Drill and Sample Delivery System, Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts Contributions 1679, 4259.

Battler, MM, Osinski, GR, Lim, DSS, Davila, AF (2011) The Cold Seep Emplaced Golden Deposit as an Analogue for Sulfate Deposits on Mars. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts,1612, 6031.

Battler, MM, Osinski, GR, Lim, DSS, Davila, AF et al (2011) The Golden Deposit in the Canadian Arctic as an Analogue for Jarosite Deposition at Meridiani Planum and Mawrth Vallis, Mars. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 42, 2759.

Bebout, BM, Tazaz, AM, Kelley, CA, Poole, J., Davila, AF, Chanton, JP (2011) The Stable Isotopic Composition of Biogenic Methane in Mars Analogue Hypersaline Environments. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 1612, 6013.

Davila, AF and McKay, CP (2011) Salt Flats in Terra Sirenum---A Site to Search for Extant and Extinct Life on Mars. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 1612, 6028.

Fairén, AG, Dohm, JM, Thompson, SD, Davila, AF et al (2011) Meteorites at Meridiani Planum Indicate Extensive Surface Water on Early Mars. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 42, 2088.

Lacelle, D., Davila, AF et al (2011) Vapor-Diffusion Origin (Condensation-Adsorption) in Ice-Cemented Permafrost Spanning the last 135.5 Ka Years in University Valley, Dry Valley of Antarctica. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 1323, 6083.

Marinova, MM, McKay, CP, Heldmann, JL, Davila, AF et al (2011) Dry Soils: The Highlands of the Antarctic Dry Valleys and the Defining Environmental Conditions. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting Nantes, France. p. 1319

Marinova, M., McKay, CP, Heldmann, JL, Davila, AF et al (2011) Mapping the depth to ice-cemented ground in the high elevation Dry Valleys, Antarctica. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 1, 08

Marinova, MM, McKay, CP, Heldmann, JL, Davila, AF et al (2011) The High-Elevation Dry Valleys of Antarctica as a Mars Polar Analogue: Mapping Subsurface Ice Distribution and Modeling its Stability. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 1623, 6051

Marinova, MM, McKay, CP, Heldmann, JL, Davila, AF et al (2011) Sublimation-dominated active layers in the highlands of the Antarctic Dry Valleys and implications for other sites. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts 42, 2644.

Zacny, K., Paulsen, G., McKay, C., Glass, BJ, Marinova, M., Davila, AF et al (2011) Testing of the Prototype Mars Drill and Sample Acquisition System in the Mars Analog Site of the Antarctica's Dry Valleys. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 1, 02.

Bebout, B., Tazaz, A., Kelley, CA, Poole, JA, Davila, A., Chanton, J (2010) Methane as a biomarker in the search for extraterrestrial life: Lessons learned from Mars analog hypersaline environments. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 1, 07.

Dohm, JM, Davila, AF et al (2010) Ancient Structurally-controlled Basins as Prime Martian Targets. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 1547, 18

Fairén, AG, Chevrier, V., Abramov, O., Marzo, GA, Gavin, P., Davila AF, et al (2010) Toro crater: First evidence for Hesperian phyllosilicates on Mars, Proceedings of the 41st Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2683

Fairén, AG, Davila, AF et al  (2010) Icebergs on Early Mars. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 41, 2478.

Fairén, AG, Gago-Duport, L., Davila, AF; et al (2010) Subsurface Diffusion of Salt-forming Cations on Early Mars. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 1538, 5502.

Perez-Poch, A., Gallardo, B., Laufer, R., Zavaleta, J., Davila, AF et al (2010) ACCESS Mars: A Mission Architecture for an initial settlement on Mars; using caves as habitation. 38th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, 38, 520.

Ziolkowski, LA, Slater, GF, Davila, AF, Wierzchos, J. (2010) Constraining carbon sources and cycling of endolithic microbial communities in the Atacama Desert. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 1, 03

Fairén, AG, Davila AF et al. (2009) Recent liquid water on Mars inferred from shock decomposition analysis of phyllosilicates within impact craters. Proceedings of the 40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 1156.

Fairén, AG, Davila, AF et al (2009) Mars: Cold and Wet. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts 40, 1155.

Wheelock, S., Dohm, J., Marzo, G., Davila, AF, Abramov, O (2009) An Examination of the Origin(s) of Phyllosilicates, Chlorites, and Kaolinite in an Impact Crater in Syrtis Major, Mars. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts1, 1244.

Davila, AF et al (2008) Halite Crusts as Targets for the Search for Life on Mars, Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 39, 1083.

Davila, A.F., et al (2008) Microbial survival in hyperarid environments: Extracting water from atmospheric humidity. AbsciCon Conference.

Fairén, AG; Davila, AF et al (2008) Subsurface Formation of Oxidants on Mars and Implications for the Preservation of Organic Biosignatures. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 39, 2061.

Marzo, GA, Davila, AF et al. (2008) Evidence for relatively recent hydrothermal activity due to an impact within the Syrtis Major. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts 1438.

Melchiorri, R., Davila, AF et al (2008) Hygroscopic Salts on Mars. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 1, 1255

Davila, AF et al (2007) Long-Duration Orbit Exposure Experiment with Sub-Surface Microorganism from a Mars Terrestrial Analog. Lunar and Planetary Institute Science Conference Abstracts, 1353, 3084.

Davila, AF et al. (2007) Multicellular magnetotactic prokaryote as a target for life search on Mars. 38th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 12-16

Pan, Y., Lin, W., Zhu, R., Yu, S., Davila, AF, Winklhofer, M., Petersen, N. (2005) Magentic Properties of Magnetites Produced by Magnetotactic Bacteria. AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts, 1, 0999.

Davila, AF et al (2002) A New Model of A Magnetoreceptor In Homing Pigeons Based On Interacting Clusters of Superparamagnetic Magnetite Particles, EGU General Assembly Conference Abstracts, 27, 6715

 

Other Publications

A.F. Davila (2011) Salts, Ice and Live on Mars. New Scientist-February 2011

C.P. McKay, D. Schulze-Makuch, P. J. Boston, I.L. ten Kate, A.F. Davila, E. Shock (2010). The Next Phase in Our Search for Life—An expert discussion. Astrobiology. Volume 11(1). doi: 10.1089/ast.2010.1122

D. Schulze-Makuch and A.F. Davila Searching for life beyond our planet: Are we there yet? EOS, August 2010. 

A.F. Davila (2010). Astromicrobiology. Encyclopedia of Life sciences.

A.F. Davila (2010) Magnetotactic Bacteria. Encyclopedia of Astrobiology (Eds. M. Gargaud et al.), Springer.

A.F. Davila (2010) Magnetosome. Encyclopedia of Astrobiology (Eds. M. Gargaud et al.), Springer.

 

 


Estelle Deau
Research Scientist

Edna DeVore
Director, Education and Public Outreach

Anthony Dobrovolskis
Research Scientist

Laurance Doyle
Research Scientist

Laurance Doyle, Timothy Brown, Hans-Jorg Deeg, 2000. Searching for Shadows of Other Earths Scientific American283

Laurance Doyle, J Ellen Blue, Hans-Jorg Deeg, M.F. Doyle, Edward W. Dunham, Jon Jenkins, V.P. Kozhevnikov, E.L. Martin, Z. Ninkov, B. Oetiker, E. Paleologou, L. Rottler, J. Schneider, R.P.S. Stone, 2000. Observational Limits on Terrestrial-Sized Inner Planets Around the CM Draconis System Using the Photometric Method With a Matched-Filter Algorithm The Astrophysical Journal535, 338-349.

Jon Jenkins, Hans-Jorg Deeg, Laurance Doyle, 2000. Ground-Based Photometric Detection of Extrasolar Planets Acta Astronautica46, 10-12.

Hans-Jorg Deeg, J Ellen Blue, Laurance Doyle, V.P. Kozhevnikov, E.L. Martin, J. Schneider, 2000. A Search for Jovian-mass planets around CM Draconis using eclipse minima timing Astron. Astrophys.358, L5-L8.

Martin Heath, Laurance Doyle, R.M. Haberle, M.M. Joshi, 1999. Habitability of Planets Around Red Dwarf Stars: I Insolation, Temperature Regimes, Photosynthetic Productivity & Implications of Flares Origins of Life

Laurance Doyle, J Ellen Blue, Hans-Jorg Deeg, Edward W. Dunham, Jon Jenkins, 1998. Detectability of Terrestrial Extrasolar Planets: UC Lick Observations of CM Draconis JGR Planets

Laurance Doyle, John Billingham, Donald DeVincenzi, 1998. Circumstellar Habitable Zones: An OverviewActa Astronautica42, 559-605.

Laurance Doyle, J Ellen Blue, Hans-Jorg Deeg, Edward W. Dunham, Jon Jenkins, 1996. Ground-based detectability of terrestrial and Jovian extrasolar planets: Observations of CM Draconis at Lick ObservatoryJournal of Geophysical Research101, 14823-14829.

Jon Jenkins, D. Kent Cullers, Laurance Doyle, 1996. A Matched Filter Method for Ground-Based Sub-Noise Detection of Terrestrial Extrasolar Planets in Eclipsing Binaries: Application to CM Draconis Icarus

Laurance Doyle, J Ellen Blue, M Chevreton, Hans-Jorg Deeg, Edward W. Dunham, Jon Jenkins, D.G. Koch, N Kylafis, W-B Lee, E.L. Martin, E. Paleologou, J. Schneider, C Sterken, D Toublanc, N Zinkov, 1995. Ground-Based Observations to Detect Terrestrial and Jovian Planets Around CM Draconis Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society27, 105.

J. Schneider, Laurance Doyle, 1995. Ground-Based Detection of Terrestrial Planets by Photometry: The Case for CM Draconis Earth, Moon & Planets

Laurance Doyle, J.J. Matese, Christopher McKay, Ray Reynolds, Daniel P. Whitmire, 1993. An Examination of Astrophysical Habitats for Targeted SETI Third Deciennial US-USSR Conference on SETI47


Frank Drake
Chairman Emeritus

Drake, Frank, 2001.  Altruism: an Introduction  Science & Spirit, September/October 2001.

Drake, Frank, 1988. Stars as Gravitational Lenses Bioastronomy: The Next Steps 319-335.

Drake, Frank, 1987. Book Review of 'The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence' by Thomas R. McDonoughSky and Telescope

Drake, Frank, 1986. Project Ozma The Search for Extraterrestrial Life, Proceedingsbook, 17-26


Gennaro D’Angelo
Research Scientist

A complete and up to date list of publications can be retrieved from the SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS).


Peer Reviewed Publications


 Other Publications


Gozen Ertem
Research Scientist

Paul Estrada
Principal Investigator

Estrada, P. R., & Durisen, R. H., 2014. Evolution of structure and composition in Saturn’s rings due to ballistic transport of micrometeoroid impact ejecta. Presented (invited) at the EPSC Meeting, 2014, September 7-12, Estoril, Cascais, Portugal.

Estrada, P. R., & Cuzzi, J. N., 2014. The influence of evaporation fronts on the global evolution of solids and gas in the protoplanetary nebula. 45th LPSC Meeting, March 17-21 at The Woodlands, TX. No. 1777.

Cuzzi, J. N., Estrada, P. R., & Davis, S. S., 2014. Utilitarian opacity model for aggregate particles in protoplanetary nebulae and exoplanet atmospheres. Astrophys. J. Supp. 210, article id. 21, 18 pp.

Estrada, P. R., Durisen, R. H., & Cuzzi, J. N., 2013. The effects of micrometeoroid bombardment and ballistic transport on the C ring’s structure. 45th DPS Meeting, October 6-11, Denver, CO. #210.15.

Estrada, P. R., 2011. On the origins of satellites around gas giant planets. Presented (invited) at the 46th ESLAB Meeting, “Formation and Evolution of Moons”, June 25-28, Noordwijk, The Netherlands.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2011. On the origins of the Saturnian moon-ring system. 42nd LPSC Meeting, March 7-11, at The Woodlands, TX. No. 1609.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2011. Titan’s accretion and long term thermal history. 42nd LPSC Meeting, March 7-11, at The Woodlands, TX. No. 1608.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2010. Is Titan like Ganymede or like Callisto? 42nd DPS Meeting, October 3-8, Pasadena, CA. #61.07.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2010. Titan’s cold accretion and its internal structure. 42nd DPS Meeting, October 3-8, Pasadena, CA. #61.06.

Mosqueira, I., Estrada, P. R., & Turrini, D., 2010. Planetesimals and satellitesimals: Formation of the satellite systems. Spa. Sci. Rev. 153, 431-446.

Mosqueira, I. Estrada, P. R., & Charnoz, S., 2010. Deciphering the origin of the regular satellites of gaseous giants – Iapetus: The Rosetta ice-moon. Icarus 207, 448-460.

Estrada, P. R., & Durisen, R. H., 2010. An improved model for the modeling the coupled structural and compositional evolution of Saturn’s rings due to meteoroid bombardment. 41st LPSC Meeting, March 1-5, at The Woodlands, TX. No. 1533.

Estrada, P. R., Mosqueira, I., & Charnoz, S., 2009. The Ganymede, Titan, Callisto, Iapetus trend: interpretation of Iapetus’ composition. Presented at the Fall AGU Meeting 2009, San Francisco, CA. #P51C-1148.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2009. The Ganymede, Titan, Callisto, Iapetus trend: interpretation of Titan’s moment of inertia. Presented at the Fall AGU Meeting, 2009, San Francisco, CA. #P43F-08.

Estrada, P. R., & Cuzzi, J. N., 2009. A faster model for coagulative growth in nebular and subnebular environments. 40th LPSC Meeting, March 23-27, at The Woodlands, TX. No. 1241.

Charnoz, S., Dones, L., Esposito, L. W., Estrada, P. R., & Hedman, M. M., 2009. Origin and evolution of Saturn’s ring system. In Saturn from Cassini/Huygens (Dougherty, M. K., Esposito, L. W., Krimigis, S. M., eds.), Springer Science + Business Media B. V., pp. 537-575.

Johnson, T. V. & Estrada, P. R., 2009. Origin of the Saturn system. In. Saturn from Cassini/Huygens (Dougherty, M. K., Esposito, L. W., Krimigis, S. M., eds.), Springer Science + Business Media B. V., pp. 55-74.

Estrada, P. R., Mosqueira, I., Lissauer, J. J., D’Angelo, G., & Cruikshank, D. P., 2009. Formation of Jupiter and conditions for accretion of the Galilean satellites. In Europa (Pappalardo, R. T., McKinnon, W. B., Khurana, K. K., eds.) University of Arizona Press, Tucson, pp. 27-58.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2008. Origin of the regular satellites of Jupiter and Saturn. Mass and composition constraints. Presented at the Fall AGU Meeting 2008, San Francisco, CA. #P21B-03.

Estrada, P. R., & Cuzzi, J. N., 2008. Solving the coagulation equation by the moments method. Astrophys. J. 682, 515-526.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2006. A gas-poor planetesimal capture model for the formation of giant planet satellite systems. Icarus 181, 486-509.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2006. Jupiter’s obliquity and a long-lived circumplanetary disk. Icarus 180, 93-97.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2005. A gas-poor planetesimal feeding model for the formation of giant planet satellite systems: consequences for the atmosphere of Titan. 36th LPSC Meeting, March 14-18, in League City, TX. No. 2053.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2005. On the origin of the saturnian satellite system: did Iapetus form in-situ? 36th LPSC Meeting, March 14-18, in League City, TX. No. 1951.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2004. Phoebe and the icy Saturnian satellites: implications for satellite origins. Presented at the Fall AGU Meeting 2004, San Francisco, CA. #P43B-06.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2004. A gas-poor planetesimal feeding model for the formation of giant planet satellite systems: prediction for the composition of Iapetus. Presented at the Fall AGU Meeting 2004, San Francisco, CA. #P43B-04.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2004. A gas-poor planetesimal feeding model for the formation of giant planet satellite systems: constraints on the planetesimal size distribution. 36th DPS Meeting, November 8-12, Louisville, KY. #44.01.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2004. Phoebe and icy Saturnian satellites: implications for satellite origins. 36th DPS Meeting, November 8-12, Louisville, KY. #40.13.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2004. On the final mass of giant planets. 35th LPSC Meeting, March 15-19, in League City, TX. No. 1854.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2004. When push comes to shove: gap-opening, disk clearing and the in-situ formation of giant planets. 35th LPSC Meeting, March 15-19, in League City, TX. No. 1432.

Estrada, P. R., Cuzzi, J. N., and Showalter, M. R., 2003. Voyager color photometry of Saturn’s main rings: a correction. Icarus 166, 212-222.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2003. Are giant planet satellites mini-solar systems? Presented at the Fall AGU Meeting 2003, San Francisco, CA. #P51F-05.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2003. Time and length scales for planetary and satellite gas disk clearing. Presented at the Fall AGU Meeting 2003, San Francisco, CA. #P51F-01.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2003b. Formation of the regular satellites of giant planets in an extended gaseous nebula II: satellite migration and survival. Icarus 163, 232-255.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2003a. Formation of the regular satellites of giant planets in an extended gaseous nebula I:  subnebula model and accretion of satellites. Icarus 163, 198-231.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2003. Planetary growth: from the gap-opening mass to the final mass of the planet. 34th DDA Meeting, Ithaca, NY. #12.02.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2003. Constraints on the size of the circumplanetary gas disk. 34th DDA Meeting, Ithaca, NY. #11.02.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2003. A gas-poor planetesimal feeding model for the formation of giant planet satellite systems: disk size and formation timescale. 35th DPS Meeting, September 1-6, Monterey, CA. #25.09.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2003. Planetesimal break-up and the feeding of solids to the satellite disk: consequences for the formation timescale and composition of the satellites of Jupiter and Saturn. 34th LPSC Meeting, March 17-21, in League City, TX. No. 1832.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2003. Gap-opening, disk clearing, and the survival of the regular satellites of Jupiter and Saturn. 34th LPSC Meeting, March 17-21, in League City, TX. No. 1820.

Mosquiera, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2002. Apse alignment of the Uranian rings. Icarus 158, 545-556.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2002. Formation of the regular satellites in a two-component, extended gaseous subnebula: predictions for the Cassini mission. Presented at the Fall AGU Meeting 2002, San Francisco, CA. #P72B-0495.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2002. Gap-opening and the survival and composition of the Galilean satellites. Presented at the Fall AGU Meeting 2002, San Francisco, CA. #P12C-05.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2002. Gap opening as a probe of circumsolar and circumplanetary gas disk properties. 34th DPS Meeting, October, Birmingham, AL. #28.11.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2001. Satellite migration and the evolution of the gas disk. 33rd DPS Meeting, November, New Orleans, LA. #25.03.

Estrada, P. R., & Mosqueira, I., 2001. Satellite torques in a two-component giant planet subnebula. 33rd DPS Meeting, November, New Orleans, LA. #25.02.

Mosqueira, I., Estrada, P. R., Cuzzi, J. N., & Squyres, S. W., 2001. Circumjovian disk clearing after gap-opening and the formation of a partially differentiated Callisto. 32nd LPSC Meeting, March 12-16, Houston, TX. No. 1989.

Mosqueira, I., Estrada, P. R., & Chambers, J. E., 2000. Satellitesimal feeding and the formation of regular satellites. 32nd DPS Meeting, October, Pasadena, CA. #53.13.

Cuzzi, J. N., French, R. G., Dones, L., Estrada, P. R., & Showalter, M. R., 2000. Multicolor photometry os Saturn’s main rings from HST and Voyager: color variations with phase and opening angle, location and optical depth. 32nd DPS Meeting, October, Pasadena, CA. #48.05.

Mosqueira, I., & Estrada, P. R., 2000. New dynamical mass estimate of the Uranian alpha ring. 31st DDA Meeting, April 9-12, Yosemite Valley, CA. #08.06.

Estrada, P. R., & Squyres, S. W., 1999. Freezing of a liquid H20 layer on Europa. News Letter of the Astronomical Society of New York, 5, p. 28.

Mosqueira, I., Estrada, P. R., & Brookshaw, L., 1999. Hydrodynamical simulations of narrow planetary rings. I. Scaling. Icarus 139, 260-285.

Cuzzi, J. N., & Estrada, P. R., 1998. Compositional evolution of Saturn’s rings due to meteoroid bombardment. Icarus 132, 1-35.

Estrada, P. R., & Cuzzi, J. N., 1996. Voyager observations of the color of Saturn’s rings. Icarus 122, 251-272. Erratum, Icarus 125, 474.

Mosqueira, I., Estrada, P. R., & Brookshaw, L., 1996. Hydrodynamical simulations of the Uranian rings. 28th DPS Meeting, October, Tucson, AZ. #18.14.

Cuzzi, J. N., & Estrada, P. R., 1996. Compositional evolution of Saturn’s rings: ice, tholin and “Chiron” –dust. 28th DPS Meeting, October, Tucson, AZ. #18.06.

Cuzzi, J. N., Estrada, P. R., and Bode, P., 1992. Color, composition, and age at the B-C boundary. 24th DPS Meeting,  October, Munich, Germany. #44.07.

Cuzzi, J. N., Estrada, P. R., & Bode, P., 1991. Color variation and material transport in Saturn’s rings. 23rd DPS Meeting, November, Palo Alto, CA. BAAS 23, p. 1180.

 

 

 


Lori Fenton
Research Scientist

        If you need a copy of any of these publications and cannot access them from the following links, please feel free to download them from my ResearchGate site here: https://www.researchgate.net/profile/Lori_Fenton/ or at my Academia.edu site here: http://seti.academia.edu/LoriFenton.

        Or you can just email me and ask for a PDF: lfenton at seti dot org

 

1. Fenton, L. K., Pearl, J. C., Martin, T. Z. (1997), Mapping Mariner 9 dust opacities, Icarus, 130(1), 115-124, doi:10.1006/icar.1997.5810.

2. Fenton, L. K., Herkenhoff, K. E. (2000), Topography and stratigraphy of the northern Martian layered deposits using photoclinometry, stereogrammetry, and MOLA altimetry, Icarus, 147(2), 433-443, doi:10.1006/icar.2000.6459.

3. Fenton, L. K., Richardson, M.I. (2001), Martian surface winds: Insensitivity to orbital changes and implications for aeolian processes, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 106(E12), 32,885-32,902, doi:10.1029/2000JE001407.

4. Fenton, L. K., Ward, A. W., Bandfield J. L. (2003), Aeolian processes in Proctor Crater on Mars: Sedimentary history as analyzed from multiple data sets, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 108(E12), 5129, doi:10.1029/2002JE002015.

5. Fenton, L. K., Toigo, A. D., Richardson, M. I. (2005), Aeolian processes in Proctor Crater on Mars: Mesoscale modeling of dune-forming winds, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 110, E06005, doi:10.1029/2004JE002309.

6. Fenton, L. K. (2005), Potential sand sources for the dune fields in Noachis Terra, Mars, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 110, E11004, doi:10.1029/2005JE002436.

7. Fenton, L. K., Mellon, M. T. (2006), Thermal properties of sand from Thermal Emission Spectrometer (TES) and Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS): Spatial variations within the Proctor Crater dune field on Mars, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 111, E06014, doi:10.1029/2004JE002363.

8. Fenton, L. K. (2006), Dune migration and slip face advancement in the Rabe Crater dune field, Mars, Geophysical Research Letters, 33, L20201, doi:10.1029/2006GL027133.

9. Fenton, L. K., Geissler, P.E., Haberle, R. M. (2007), Global warming and climate forcing by recent albedo changes on Mars, Nature, 446, doi:10.1038/nature.05718.

10. Hayward, R. K., Mullins, K. F., Fenton, L. K., Hare, T. M., Titus, T. N., Bourke, M. C., Colaprete, A., Christensen, P. R. (2007), Mars Global Digital Dune Database and initial science results, Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 112, E11007, doi:10.1029/2007JE002943.

11. Hayward, R. K., Mullins, K. F., Fenton, L. K., Hare, T. M., Titus, T. N., Bourke, M. C., Colaprete, A., and Christensen, P. R. (2007), Mars Global Digital Dune Database: MC2-MC29: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2007-1158.

12. Titus, T. M., Lancaster, N., Hayward, R., Fenton, L., Bourke, M. (2008), Priorities for future research on planetary dunes, Eos Transactions American Geophysical Union, 89(45), 447-448, doi:10.1029/2008EO450003.

13. Hayward, R. K., Titus, T. N., Michaels, T. I., Fenton, L. K., Colaprete, A., Christensen, P. R. (2009), Aeolian dunes as ground truth for atmospheric modeling on Mars. Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets, 114, E11012, doi:10.1029/2009JE003428.

14. Fenton, L. K., Hayward, R. K. (2010), Southern high latitude dune fields on Mars: Morphology, aeolian inactivity, and climate change. Geomorphology, 121, 98-121, doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2009.11.006.

15. Bourke, M. C., Lancaster, N., Fenton, L. K., Parteli, E. J., Zimbelman, J. R., Radebaugh, J. (2010), Extraterrestrial dunes: An introduction to the special issue on planetary dune systems, Geomorphology, 121, 1-14, doi:10.1016/j.geomorph.2010.04.007.

16. Fenton, L. K.,  Michaels, T. I. (2010), Characterizing the sensitivity of daytime turbulent activity on Mars with the MRAMS LES: Early results. Mars, 5, 159-171, doi:10.1555/mars.2010.0007.

17. Silvestro, S., Fenton, L. K., Vaz, D. A., Bridges, N. T., Ori, G. G. (2010), Ripple migration and dune activity on Mars: Evidence for dynamic wind processes, Geophysical Research Letters, 37, L20203, doi:10.1029/2010GL044743.

18. Fenton, L. K., Bishop, M. A., Bourke, M. C., Bristow, C. S., Hayward, R. K., Horgan, B. H., Lancaster, N., Michaels, T. I., Tirsch, D., Titus, T. N., Valdez, A. (2010), Summary of the Second International Planetary Dunes Workshop: Planetary analogs – integrating models, remote sensing, and field data, Alamosa, Colorado, USA, May 18-21, 2010, Aeolian Research, 2(2-3), 173-178, doi:10.1016/j.aeolia.2010.09.001.

19. Hayward, R. K., Fenton, L. K., Tanaka, K. L., Titus, T. N., Colaprete, A., and Christensen, P. R. (2010), Mars Global Digital Dune Database; MC-1: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2010-1170.

20. Silvestro, S., Vaz, D. A., Fenton, L. K., Geissler, P. E. (2011), Active aeolian processes on Mars: A regional study in Arabia and Meridiani Terrae, Geophysical Research Letters, 38, L20201, doi:10.1029/2011GL048955.

21. Silvestro, S., Fenton, L., Michaels, T., Valdez, A., Ori, G. G. (2012), Interpretation of the complex dune morphology on Mars: Dune activity, modelling and a terrestrial analogue, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 37, 1424-1436, doi:10.1002/esp.3286.

22. Balme, M. R., Pathare, A., Metzger, S. M., Towner, M. C., Lewis, S. R. Spiga, A., Fenton, L. K., Renno, N. O., Elliot, H. M., Saca, F. A., Michaels, T. I., Russell, P., Verdasca, J. (2012), Field measurements of a horizontal forward velocities of terrestrial dust devils: Towards a proxy for ambient winds on Mars and Earth, Icarus, 221, 632-645, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2012.08.021.

23. Hayward, R. K., Fenton, L. K., Titus, T. N., Colaprete, A., and Christensen, P. R. (2012), Mars global digital dune database: MC-30: U.S. Geological Survey Open-File Report 2012-1259, scale 1:20,000,000.

24. Fenton, L. K., Hayward, R. K., Horgan, B. H. N., Rubin, D. M., Titus, T. N., Bishop, M. A., Burr, D. M., Chojnacki, M., Dinwiddie, C. L., Kerber, L., Le Gall, A., Michaels, T. I., Neakrase, L. D. V., Newman, C. E., Tirsch, D., Yizhaq, H., Zimbelman, J. R. (2013), Summary of the Third International Planetary Dunes Workshop: Remote sensing and image analysis of planetary dunes, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA, June 12-15, 2012, Aeolian Research, 8, 29-38, doi:10.1016/j.aeolia.2012.10.006.

25. Geissler, P. E., Stantzos, N. W., Bridges, N. T., Bourke, M. C., Silvestro, S., Fenton, L. K., (2013), Shifting sands on Mars: Insights from tropical intra-crater dunes, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 38(4), 407-412, doi:10.1002/esp.3331.

26. Fenton, L. K., Ewing, R. C., Bridges, N.T., Lorenz, R. D. (2013), Extraterrestrial Aeolian Landscapes, In: Shroder, J. F. (ed.), Treatise on Geomorphology: Aeolian Geomorphology, vol. 11, 287-312. San Diego: Academic Press.

27. Silvestro, S., Vaz, D. A., Ewing, R. C., Rossi, A. P., Fenton, L. K., Michaels, T. I., Flahaut, J., Geissler, P. E. (2013), Pervasive aeolian activity along rover Curiosity's traverse in Gale crater, Mars. Geology, 41, 483-486, doi:10.1130/G34162.1.

28. Fenton, L. K., Michaels, T. I., Beyer, R. A. (2014), Inverse maximum bedform-normal transport 1: How to determine a dune-constructing wind regime using only imagery, Icarus, 230, 5-14, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2013.04.001.

29. Hayward, R. K., Fenton, L. K., Titus, T. N. (2014), Mars Global Digital Dune Database (MGD3): Global dune distribution and wind pattern observations, Icarus, 230, 38-46, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2013.04.011.

30. Fenton, L. K., Michaels, T. I., Chojnacki, M., Beyer, R. A. (2014), Inverse maximum bedform-normal transport 2: Application to a dune field in Ganges Chasma, Mars and comparison with HiRISE repeat imagery and MRAMS, Icarus, 230, 47-63, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2013.07.009.

31. Cabrol, N. A., Herkenhoff, K., Knoll, A. H., Farmer, J., Arvison, R., Grin, E., Li, R., Fenton, L., Cohen, B., Bell, J. F. III, Yingst, R. A. (2014) Sands at Gusev crater, Mars, J. Geophys. Res. Planets, 119(5), 941-967,  doi:10.1002/2013JE004535.

32. Chojnacki, M., Johnson, J. R., Moersch, J. E., Fenton, L. K., Michaels, T. I., Bell III, J. F. (2014) Persistent aeolian activity at Endeavour crater, Meridiani Planum, Mars: New observations from orbit and the surface, Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2014.04.044.

 


Richard Freedman
Research Scientist

see ADS for list of publications


Robert French
Research Assistant

Clumps in Saturn's F Ring

French, R. S., Hicks, S. K., Showalter, M. R., Antonsen, A. K., & Packard, D. R. 2014. Analysis of Clumps in Saturn's F Ring from Voyager and Cassini, Icarus, 241, 200-220

Hicks, S. K., French, R. S., Showalter, M. R., Antonsen, A. K., & Packard, D. R. 2013. Comparing Clumps in Saturn's F Ring from Voyager to Cassini (AAS poster)

French, R. S., Showalter, M. R., Hicks, S. K., Antonsen, A. K., & Packard, D. R. 2012. Analysis of Longitudinal Variation in Saturn's F Ring Using Wavelets (DPS talk)

The Brightening of Saturn's F Ring

French, R. S., Showalter, M. R., Sfair, R., Arguelles, C., Pajuelo, M., Becerra, P., Hedman, M. M., and Nicholson, P. 2012. The Brightening of Saturn's F Ring, Icarus, 219, 181-193

Showalter, M. R., French, R. S., Sfair, R., Arguelles, C., Pajuelo, M., Becerra, P., Hedman, M. M., & Nicholson, P. 2009. The Brightening of Saturn's F Ring (DPS talk)

Showalter, M. R., French, R. S., Sfair, R., Arguelles, C., Pajuelo, M., Becerra, P., Hedman, M. M., & Nicholson, P. 2009. The Brightening of Saturn's F Ring (EPSC talk)

Showalter, M. R., French, R. S., Sfair, R., Arguelles, C., Pajuelo, M., Becerra, P., Hedman, M. M., & Nicholson, P. 2009. The Brightening of Saturn's F Ring (DDA talk)

Satellites of Uranus

Quillen, A. C. & French, R. S. 2014. Resonant Chains and Three-body Resonances in the Closely-Packed Inner Uranian Satellite System, MNRAS accepted

French, R. S. & Showalter, M. R. 2012. Cupid is Doomed: An Analysis of the Stability of the Inner Uranian Satellites, Icarus, 220, 911-921

French, R. S. & Showalter, M. R. 2012. Cupid is Still Doomed: Overlapping Power Laws and the Stability of the Inner Uranian Satellites (DDA talk)

French, R. S. & Showalter, M. R. 2011. Cupid is Doomed: An Analysis of the Stability of the Inner Uranian Satellites (DDA talk)

Satellites of Neptune

Showalter, M. R., de Pater, I., Lissauer, J. J., & French, R. S. 2013. New Satellite of Neptune: S/2004 N 1 (CBET 3586)

Showalter, M. R., de Pater, I., French, R. S., & Lissauer, J. J. 2013. The Neptune System Revisited: New Results on Moons and Rings from the Hubble Space Telescope (DPS talk)

 


Friedemann Freund
Senior Research Scientist

Minoru M. Freund, Friedemann T. Freund, "Solid Solution Model for Interstellar Dust Grains and Their Organics," The Astrophysical Journal, 639:210-226, March 1, 2006.

Akihiro Takeuchi, Bobby W. S. Lau, Friedemann Freund,  2006. "Current and surface potential induced by stress-activated positive holes in igneous rocks,"  Physics and Chemistry of the Earth, Special Issue.

Freund, Friedemann, "Cracking the Code of Pre-Earthquake Signals," SPACE.com, October 20, 2005.

Friedemann Freund, 2003. On the electrical conductivity structure of the stable continental crust Journal of Geodynamics35, 353-388.

Friedemann Freund, M.D. Cash, T. Dickinson, 2002. Hydrogen in Rocks: An Energy Source for Deep Microbial Communities Astrobiology2,

Friedemann Freund, J. Thomas Dickinson, Michelle Cash, 2002. Hydrogen in Rocks: An Energy Source for Deep Microbial Communities Astrobiology2, 83-92.

Friedemann Freund, 2002. Charge generation and propagation in rocks Geodynamics33, 545-572.

Friedemann Freund, J. Scoville, A. Staple, 2001. Organic Protomolecule Assembly in Igneous MineralsPNAS98, 2142-2147.

Friedemann Freund, J. Scoville, A. Staple, 2001. Organic Protomolecule Assembly in Igneous Minerals Proc. National Academy of Sciences98, 2142-2147.

Friedemann Freund, 2000. Time-resolved study of charge generation and propagation in igneous rocksJournal of Geophysical Research105, 11001-11019.

Friedemann Freund, 2000. Time-resolved study of charge generation and propagation in igneous rocksJournal of Geophysical Research105, 11,001-11,019.

Freund, Friedemann, 1999.  Comment: Earthquake Prediction is Worthy of Study EOS 80, #20.

Friedemann Freund, Alka Gupta, Devendra Kumar, 1999. Carboxylic and dicarboxylic acids extracted from crushed magnesium oxide single crystals Origins Life Evol. Biosphere29, 489-509.

Friedemann Freund, Alka Gupta, Devendra Kumar, 1999. Carboxylic and Dicarboxylic Acids Extracted from Crushed Magnesium Oxide Single Crystals Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere

Friedemann Freund, Alka Gupta, 1998. Fatty acids and glycolamide extracted from olivine single crystals29th Lunar & Planetary Science Conference, LPI, Houston, TX

John Marshall, Friedemann Freund, Todd B. Sauke, 1996. Microgravity studies of agglomeration in particulate clouds: Implications for volcanic and impact events Geophysical Research Letters

John Marshall, Friedemann Freund, 1996. Aggregation in particulate clouds in astrophysical and planetary settings: Preliminary results from USML-2 LPSXXVII, 811.

Friedemann Freund, Alka Gupta, Devendra Kumar, 1996. Organic matter from H20 and CO2 dissolved in minerals LPSCXVII, 379-380.

Friedemann Freund, R Ho, 1996. Organic Matter Supplied to a Planet by Tectonic and Volcanic ActivityCircumstellar Habitable Zones

Friedemann Freund, Eun-Joo Wang, Jonathan Lee, 1994. Highly mobile hole charge carriers in minerals: Key to the enigmatic electrical earthquake phenomena? In: Electromagnetic Phenomena Related to Earthquake Prediction, Eds Terra Sci. Publ. Tokyo 271-292.

Friedemann Freund, Eun-Joo Wang, Francois Batllo, Lionel Desgranges, Corinne Desgranges, Minoru M. Freund, 1994. Positive hole–type charge carriers in oxide materials, in: Grain Boundaries and Interfacial Phenomena in Electronic Ceramics, Ed Amer. Ceram. Soc. Cincinnati, OH 263-278.

Friedemann Freund, Francois Batllo, Minoru M. Freund, 1993. Critical review of electrical conductivity measurements and charge distribution analysis of magnesium oxide Journal of Geophysical Research98, 22,209-22,229.

Friedemann Freund, Francois Battlo, Minoru M. Freund, 1993. Critical Review of Electrical Conductivity Measurements and Charge Distribution Analysis of Magnesium Oxide Journal of Geophysical Research98, 22,209-22,229.

Friedemann Freund, 1992. Highly ionic hydroxides: unexpected proton conductivity in Mg(OH)2 and homologues, in: Proton Conductors, Ed. Cambridge University Press 138-157.

J.T. Trice, Joseph Becker, Friedemann Freund, Todd B. Sauke, 1991. Kinetic 12C/13C Fractionation During Isothermal Degassing of Arc-Fusion Grown Magnesium Oxide American Geophysical Union

Friedemann Freund, Minoru M. Freund, Michael M. Masuda, 1991. Highly Mobile Oxygen Hole-type Charge Carriers in Fused Silica Journal of Materials Research6, 1619-.

Francios Battlo, Friedemann Freund, R.C. LeRoy, K. Parvin, 1990. Dissociation of O_2_2- Defects into Paramagnetic O- in Wide Band-gap Insulators: A Magnetic Susceptibility Study of Magnesium Oxide Journal of Applied Physics67, 5844-.

Friedemann Freund, Francois Batllo, Minoru M. Freund, 1990. Dissociation and Recomination of Positive Holes in Minerals Spectroscopic Charatarization of Minerals and Theibook, Chptr 16.

Friedemann Freund, M. Baerns, Francois Batllo, G.C. Maiti, 1990. O- Identified at High Temperatures in a CaO-based Catalysts for Oxidative Methane Dimerization J Chim Phys87, 1467-1477.

Minoru M. Freund, Francois Batllo, Friedemann Freund, 1989. Highly Mobile Oxygen Holes in Magnesium Oxide Physical Review Letters63, 2096-.


Mitch Gordon
Research Scientist

1. Planetary Rings”, by M.K. Gordon, S. Araki, G.I., Black, and 37 coauthors. In The Future of Solar System Exploration, 2003-2013, ASP Conference Proceedings, Vol. 272, M. Sykes, Ed., ASP, 2002.

2. “Perturbations to Saturn’s F-ring strands at their closest approach to Prometheus” by S.M. Giuliatti Winter, C.D. Murray and M.K. Gordon. Planetary & Space Science 48, 817, 2000.

3. “Unraveling the Strands of Saturn’s F ring” by C.D. Murray, M.K. Gordon and S.M. Giuliatti Winter. Icarus 129, 304, 1997.

4. “A study of Hilda asteroids.  II. Compositional implications from optical spectroscopy” by M. Dahlgren, C.-I. Lagerkvist, A. Fitzsimmons, I. P. Williams, and M. Gordon.  Astron. Astrophys. 323, 606, 1997.

5. “Further evidence for the existence of additional small satellites of Saturn” by M.K. Gordon, C.D. Murray and K. Beurle. Icarus 121, 114, 1996.

6. “Material in tadpole and horseshoe orbits in the Saturnian system” by C.D. Murray and M.K. Gordon.  Report to the Cassini Ring Hazard Workshop, NASA Ames, January 1996.

7. “Possible satellites of Saturn” by M.K. Gordon, C.D. Murray and K. Beurle.  IAU Circular 6162, Central Bureau for Astronomical Telegrams, Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory, 14 April 1995.

8. “Report on ring compression studies using MATRA chip simulator” by C.D. Murray, K. Beurle, and M.K. Gordon.  Report to the Flight Data Systems and Calibration Working Group of the Cassini Imaging Team, April 1994.

 

Abstracts of conference contributions

1. A.C. Raugh, LaMora, A.; Erickson, K.; Gordon, M.; Grayzeck, E. J.; Morgan, T. H.; Showalter, M.; Knopf, W, “PDS and NASA Tournament Laboratory Progress in Engaging Developers to Provide New Access to the Nation's Planetary Data”. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 45, #117.04, 2013.

2. M.K. Gordon, M.R. Showalter, B. Wells, L. Ballard, N. Heather, “Enhanced Geometric Metadata for Cassini Optical Remote Sensing Instruments”, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 44, 414.12, 2012.

3. L.D.V. Neakrase,..., M.K. Gordon plus 7 coauthors, “The PDS4 Archive: New Structure, New Possibilities”, Third International Planetary Dunes Workshop: Remote Sensing and Data Analysis of Planetary Dunes. LPI Contribution No. 1673., p.71-72, 2012.

4. L.D.V. Neakrase,..., M.K. Gordon plus 7 coauthors, “Data Migration Strategies: Preparing for the Move to PDS4”. 43rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, held March 19-23, 2012 at The Woodlands, Texas. LPI Contribution No. 1659, id.2557, 2012.

5. S.J. Hughes, A. Raugh, M. Gordon, plus 7 other authors, “The Next Generation PDS Archive Data Standards”, PV 2009 conference: Ensuring Long-Term Preservation and Adding Value to Scientific and Technical Data. European Space Astronomy Centre (ESAC) ESA, Madrid, Spain, 2009.

6. M.K. Gordon, L. Ballard, M.R. Showalter, N. Heather, “Outer Planets, Multi-Mission Data Search at the PDS Rings Node”, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 41, 18.10, 2009.

7. M.K. Gordon, J. Cuzzi, J. J. Lissauer, and 36 coauthors. “Decadal Survey: Planetary Rings Panel”, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 33, 1057, 2001

8. R. Kirk, and 29 coauthors, “Mapping the Sagan Memorial Station Site with the IMP Camera”. 29th Annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, abstract # 1752, 1998.

9. L. Gaddis, and 27 coauthors, “The Mars Pathfinder Super Pan: A U.S.G.S. Cartographic Product” 29th Annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, abstract # 1831, 1998.

10. L.A. Soderblom, and 25 coauthors, “The Mars Pathfinder Super Pan: U.S. Geological Survey Processing and Analysis”. Eos, Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union 78 #46, F404, 1997.

11. ” S.M. Giuliatti Winter, C.D. Murray and M.K. Gordon. “F ring strands at closest approach with PrometheusPresented to the Rio de Janeiro International workshop on planetary sciences, November 1997.

12. M.K. Gordon, C.D. Murray and S.M. Giuliatti Winter, “F ring model from analysis of the ring’s radial structure” Presented to the Wellesley Workshop on observations of the Saturn system from the 1995-1996 ring plane crossings, July 1997.

13. M.K. Gordon, S.M. Larson, C.D. Murray, D.H.P. Jones, S.C. Greaves, and O. Munoz, “WHT observations of the Saturn system, 2 & 3 August 1995” Presented to the Wellesley Workshop on observations of the Saturn system from the 1995-1996 ring plane crossings, July 1997.

14. M. Dahlgren, C.-I. Lagerkvist, A. Fitzsimmons, I.P. Williams, and M. Gordon, “Composition of the Hilda asteroids”. Comets, Asteroids, Meteors, 1996.

15. M.K. Gordon and C.D. Murray, “Analysis of the radial structure of Saturn’s F-ring”. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 28, 1125, 1996.

16. S. Larson, C.D. Murray, D.H.P. Jones, M.K. Gordon, S.C. Greaves, and O. Munoz, “Color of the Saturn E ring”. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 27, 1132, 1995.

17. M.K. Gordon, S.C. Greaves, D.H.P. Jones, C.D. Murray, S. Larson and O. Munoz, “CCD Imaging of the Saturn system immediately prior to the August ring plane crossing”. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 27, 1132, 1995.

18. M.K. Gordon and C.D. Murray, “Possible detection of additional small satellites of Saturn in Voyager images. Presented to the monthly meeting of the Royal Astronomical Society, 1995.

19. M.K. Gordon and C.D. Murray, “Possible detection of additional small satellites of Saturn in Voyager images”. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 26, 1160, 1994


Uma Gorti
Research Scientist

Edmund Grin
Research Scientist

Nathalie Cabrol, Edmond Grin, 2001. The recent Mars global warming (MGW) and/or South Pole Advance (SPA) hypothesis: Global geological evidence and reasons why gullies could still be forming today 33rd Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf.1058 (Abstract),

R. M. Haberle, Nathalie Cabrol, Edmond Grin, Christopher McKay, Richard Quinn, J. Schaeffer, Aaron Zent, 2001. On the Possibility of liquid water on present day Mars Journal of Geophysical Research106, 23317-23326.

Nathalie Cabrol, R.C. Anderson, Victor Baker, D.A. Crawford, James Dohm, Edmond Grin, D.D. Wynn-Williams, 2001. Recent aqueous environments in impact craters and the astrobiological exploration of Mars32nd Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf.1251 (Abstract),

D.D. Wynn-Williams, Nathalie Cabrol, Edmond Grin, R.M. Haberle, Carol R. Stoker, 2001. Brines in seepage channels as eluents for sub-surface relict biomolecules on Mars? Astrobiology2, 165-184.

Nathalie Cabrol, Edmond Grin, 2001. Composition of the Drainage Network on Early MarsGeomorphology37, 269-287.

Edmond Grin, E. A. Bettis, Nathalie Cabrol, C.T. Foster, Jeffrey E. Moersch, M. Reagan, Carol R. Stoker, 2001. Geological Analysis of the Silver Lake Marsokhod Field Test Site from Ground-Truth Sampling Journal of Geophysical Research106, 7733-7744.

Nathalie Cabrol, Edmond Grin, 2001. The Evolution of Lacustrine Environments on Mars: Is Mars Only Hydrologically Dormant? Icarus149, 291-328.

Nathalie Cabrol, D.D. Wynn-Williams, Edmond Grin, D.A. Crawford, 2001. Recent Aqueous environments in impact crater lakes on Mars 2001: an Astrobiological perspective Icarus154, 98-112.

Nathalie Cabrol, E.A. Bettis III, B. Glenister, G. Chong, C. Herrera Lameli, A. Jensen, M. Pereira, C.R. Stoker,Edmond Grin, Ragnhild Landheim, J. Golden, K. Saville, G. Ludvigson, B. Witzke, 2001. Nomad Rover Field Experiment, Atacama Desert, (Chile) II. Identification of Paleolife Evidence Using A Robotic Vehicle: Lessons and Recommendations for a Mars Sample Return Mission Journal of Geophysical Research106 E4, 7639-7663.

Nathalie Cabrol, Edmond Grin, 2000. Distribution, Classification and Ages of Martian Impact Crater LakesIcarus142, 160-172.

Nathalie Cabrol, Edmond Grin, W.H. Pollard, 2000. Possible Frost Mounds in Ancient Martian LakebedIcarus145, 91-107.

Edmond Grin, Nathalie Cabrol, Jeffrey E. Moersch, Ted Roush, R Stoker, 1999. Geological Analysis of the Silver Lake Marsokhod Field Test Site from Ground-Truth Sampling To be submitted to the Journal of Geophysical Rese

Nathalie Cabrol, Edmond Grin, Ragnhild Landheim, Christopher McKay, Horton E. Newsom, 1999. Hydrogeologic Evolution of Gale Crater and its Relevance to the Exobiological Exploration of Mars Icarus139, 235-245.

Nathalie Cabrol, Edmond Grin, Horton E. Newsom, Ragnhild Landheim, Christopher McKay, 1998. Hydrogeologic Evolution of Gale Crater and its Relevance for Exobiology Exploration Icarus139,

Nathalie Cabrol, Ronald Greeley, Edmond Grin, R.O. Kuzmin, Ragnhild Landheim, 1998. Duration of the Ma'adim Vallis/Gusev Crater Hydrogeologic System, Mars Icarus133, 98-108.

Nathalie Cabrol, Edmond Grin, Ragnhild Landheim, 1998. Ma'adim Vallis Evolution: Geometry and Models of Discharge Rate Icarus132, 362-377.

Nathalie Cabrol, Gilles Dawidowicz, Edmond Grin, 1997. A Model of Outflow Generation by Hydrothermal Underpressure Drainage in Volcano-Tectonic Environment, Shalbatana Vallis (Mars) Icarus125, 455-464.

Edmond Grin, Nathalie Cabrol, 1997. Limnologic Analysis of Gusev Crater Paleolake, Mars Icarus130, 461-474.

Nathalie Cabrol, Gilles Dawidowicz, Edmond Grin, 1996. Ma'adim Vallis Revisited through New Topographic Data: Evidence for an Ancient Intravalley Lake Icarus123, 269-283.

Nathalie Cabrol, Edmond Grin, 1995. A morphological view on potential riches for exobiology on MarsPlanet, Space Science43, 179-188.


Virginia Gulick
Senior Research Scientist

Goro Komatsu, Victor Baker, Virginia Gulick, 2001. Valley Networks on Venus Geomorphology37, 225-240.

Nathalie Cabrol, G.C. Chong-Diaz, D. Wettergreen, G.C. Chong-Diaz, C.R. Stoker, J.M. Dohm, R. Keaten, K. Schwher, Virginia Gulick, Ragnhild Landheim, Pascal Lee, Ted Roush, Aaron Zent, C. Herrera Lameli, A. Jensen Iglesia, M. Pereira Arredondo, G.C. Dunfield, L. Pedersen, M.G. Bualat, D. Christian, C. Mina, M.H. Sims, H.J. Thomas, D.J. Tucker, E. Zbinden, 2001. Science results of the Atacama Nomad rover field experiment, Chile: implications for planetary exploration Journal of Geophysical Research106 E4, 7664-7675.

Mary Chapman, Carlton Allen, M.T. Gudmundsson, Virginia Gulick, S.P. Jakobsson, B.K. Lucchitta, I.P Skilling, R.B. Waitt, 2000. Volcanism and Ice Interactions on Earth and Mars Environmental Effects on Vcolcanic Eruptions: FromChapter 3, 37-79.

Virginia Gulick, E. Bandari, R.L. Morris, Ted Roush, M.A. Ruzon, 1999. Autonomous Image Analysis for Future Mars Missions AGU Meeting San Francisco

Virginia Gulick, R.L. Morris, Ted Roush, M.A. Ruzon, 1999. Autonomous Onboard Science Image Analysis for Future Mars Rover Missions DPS Meeting Pardova Italy

Virginia Gulick, 1999. Candidate Mars Surveyor Landing Sites Near Apollinaris Patera 2nd MBLS Workshop

Virginia Gulick, G.A. Briggs, D.G. Deardorff, Kevin Hand, T.A. Sandstorm, 1999. A Virtual Collaborative Environment for Mars Surveyor Landing Site Studies 2nd MBLS Workshop

Virginia Gulick, R.L. Morris, Ted Roush, M.A. Ruzon, 1999. Autonomous Science Analyses of Digital Images for Mars Sample Return and Beyond Lunar and Planetary Science

Virginia Gulick, G.A. Briggs, M. Gilmore, R.S. Saunders, L. Soderblom, 1999. Mars Surveyor Project Landing Site Activities Lunar and Planetary Science

Virginia Gulick, G.A. Briggs, M. Gilmore, R.S. Seunders, L. Soderblom, 1999. Mars Surveyor Project Landing Site Activities Mars Exploration program and sample return Mission

Ted Roush, G.K. Benedix, W. Buntine, P. Gazis, C. Glymour, Virginia Gulick, R.L. Morris, J. Oliver, L. Pedersen, J. Ramsey, M.A. Ruzon, 1999. Autonomous Sciencce Decisions For Mars Sample Return Lunar and Planetary Science

Ted Roush, G.K. Benedix, W. Buntine, P. Gazis, C. Glymour, Virginia Gulick, R.L. Morris, J. Oliver, L. Pedersen, J. Ramsey, M.A. Ruzon, 1999. Autonomous Science Decision Making Related to Mars Sample ReturnMars Exploration program and sample return Mission

Carol R. Stoker, Virginia Gulick, G. Hovde, Jeffrey E. Moersch, 1999. 1999 Marsokhod Field Experiment: A Simulation of a Mars Rover Science Mission Lunar and Planetary Science

Virginia Gulick, 1998. Magmatic intrusions and a hydothermal origin for fluvial valleys on Mars Journal of Geophysical Research103, 19,365-19,387.

Virginia Gulick, James Dohm, T.M. Hare, K. Tanaka, 1998. The Origin of Warrego Valles: A Case study for Fluvial Valley Formation on Early Mars Lunar and Planetary Science

James Dohm, R.C. Anderson, Virginia Gulick, T.M. Hare, J.H. Lias, 1998. Warrego Valles and other Candidate Sites of Local Hydrothermal Activity eithin the Thaumasia Region, Mars Lunar and Planetary Science

Virginia Gulick, R.M. Haberle, Christopher McKay, D. Tyler, 1997. Epsodic Ocean-Induced CO2 Greenhouse on Mars: Implications for Fluvial Valley Formation Icarus130, 68-86.

Virginia Gulick, R.M. Haberle, Christopher McKay, 1997. Epsodic Greenhouse Climates on Mars Lunarand Planetary Science XXVIII

Jeffrey Moore, Gary D. Clow, Wanda Davis, Virginia Gulick, David R. Janke, Christopher McKay, Carol R. Stoker, Aaron Zent, 1995. The circum-Chryse region as a possible example of a hydrologic cycle on Mars: Geologic observations and theoretical evaluation Journal of Geophysical Research100, 5433-5447.

Jeffrey Moore, Gary D. Clow, Wanda Davis, Virginia Gulick, David R. Janke, Christopher McKay, Carol R. Stoker, Aaron Zent, 1995. The circum-Chryse region as a possible example of a hydrological cycle on Mars: Geologic observations and theoretical evaluation Journal of Geophysical Research100, 5433-5447.


Pamela Harman
Program Manager

Gerry Harp
Director, Center for SETI Research

Blue are highlighted as papers with greatest impact.

Note: Italicized first author indicates graduate student of Dr. Harp.

1. "Primary Beam and Dish Surface Characterization at the Allen Telescope Array by Radio Holography," G. R. Harp, R. F. Ackermann, Z. J. Nadler, M. M. Davis, M. C. H. Wright, J. R. Forster, submitted to IEEE Journal of Antennas and Propagation, positive reviews and working on revisions.

2. "A new class of SETI beacons that contain information. In/ Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence," Harp, G. R., R. F. Ackermann, S. K. Blair, J. Arbunich, P. R. Backus, J. C. Tarter, and the ATA Team. 2010., ed. D. A. Vakoch. Albany, NY: State University of New York Press.

3. "ATA Mapping of the Geostationary Belt Toward RFI Excision," ATA Memo 86, G. R. Harp, (2009).

4. "Handbook of 1.4 GHz Phase Calibrators for ATA," ATA Memo 75, G. R. Harp (2009).

5. "The Allen Telescope Array: The First Widefield, Panchromatic, Snapshot Radio Camera for Radio Astronomy and SETI," Jack Welch, et al., Proceedings of the IEEE, Special Issue on Advances in Radio Telescopes (2009).

6. "Cross Correlating Interferometer Beams for Discrimination of Radio ETI Signals," G. R. Harp, ATA Memo71, (2006).

7. "SonATA Zero: A Prototype All-software SETI Detector," G. R. Harp, T. Kilsdonk, J. Jordan, SETI Memo 3, (2006).

8. "The ATA Servo Loop," ATA Memo 72, G. R. Harp (2006).

9. "Using Multiple Beams to Distinguish Radio Frequency Interference from SETI Signals," G. R. Harp, Radio Science 40, RS5S10 (2005).

10. "The ATA Digital Processing Requirements are Driven by RFI Concerns," G. R. Harp, Radio Science 40, RS5S10 (2005).

11. "Holography at the ATA," G. R. Harp and R. F. Ackermann, ATA Memo 65 (2004).

12. "Pointing the ATA Dishes," G. R. Harp, M. C. Fleming, R. F. Ackermann, D. R. DeBoer, G. C. Bower, ATA Memo 61 (2004).

13. "J-MIRIAD: Java Wrappers for MIRAD Methods," G. R. Harp and M. C. H. Wright, ATA Memo 58/BIMA Memo 98 (2003).

14. "A Distributed Software Correlator at the RPA", G. R. Harp, Proc. SPIE 4848, 1 (2002).

15. "Evaluation of Single Board Computers for the Antenna Controller at the ATA," G. R. Harp, Proc. SPIE4848, 75 (2002).

16. "Customized Beam Forming at the ATA," G. R. Harp, ATA Memo 51 (2002).

17. "A Software Correlator at the RPA," G. R. Harp and R. F. Ackermann, ATA Memo 34 (2001).

18. "RFI Survey at the RPA," G. R. Harp and R. F. Ackermann, ATA Memo 26 (2001).

19. "Mapping the antenna gain at the RPA," G. R. Harp and R. F. Ackermann, ATA Memo 19, (2001).

20. "Ferromagnetic hcp Fe in Fe/Re(001) multilayers," F. Perjeru, M. M. Schwickert, G. R. Harp, Phys. Rev. B61, 4054 (2000).

21. "Visible cathodoluminescence of Er-doped amorphous AlN thin films," K. Gurumurugan, Hong Chen, G. R. Harp, W. M. Jadwisienczak, and H. J. Lozykowski, Appl. Phys. Lett. 74, 3008 (1999).

22. "Spin structure at the interface of exchange biased FeMn/Co bilayers," W. J. Antel, Jr., F. Perjeru, G. R. Harp, Phys. Rev. Lett 83, 1439 (1999).

23. "X-ray Magnetic-Circular-Dichroism Study of Ni/Fe (001) Multilayers," Tao Lin, M. M. Schwickert, M. A. Tomaz, H. Chen, and G. R. Harp, Phys. Rev. B 59, 13911 (1999).

24. "Elastic Constants of face-centered-cubic cobalt," J. Gump, Hua Xia, M. Chirita, R. Sooryakumar, M. A. Tomaz, G. R. Harp, J. Appl. Phys. 86, 6005 (1999).

25. "Induced Ferromagnetism and Anisotropy of Pt Layers in Fe/Pt(001) Superlattices," W. J. Antel Jr., M. M. Schwickert, Tao Lin, W. L. O'Brien, and G. R. Harp, Phys. Rev. B 60, 12933 (1999).

26. "Computation of photoelectron and Auger-electron diffraction II. Multiple scattering cluster calculation PAD2," G. R. Harp, Y. Ueda, X. Chen, D. K. Saldin, Computer Physics Communications,112, 80 (1998).

27. "Computation of photoelectron and Auger-electron diffraction III. Evaluation of angle-resolved intensities PAD3," X. Chen, G. R. Harp, Y. Ueda, D. K. Saldin, Computer Physics Communications,112, 91 (1998).

28. "Magnetic Properties of Co/Rh(001) Multilayers Studied by X-ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism," M. A. Tomaz, E. Mayo, D. Lederman, E. Hallin, T. K. Sham, W. L. OÆBrien, and G. R. Harp, Phys. Rev. B 58, 11493 (1998).

29. "X-ray Magnetic Linear Dichroism at the L-edge of metallic Co, Fe, Cr, and V" M. M. Schwickert, G.Y. Guo, M. A. Tomaz, W. L. O'Brien, and G. R. Harp, Phys. Rev. B, Rapid Communications,58, R4289 (1998).

30. "Structure and Magnetic Properties of bct Ru/Fe(001) Multilayers," Tao Lin, M. A. Tomaz M. M. Schwickert, and G. R. Harp, Phys. Rev. B, 58, 862 (1998).

31. "First Results from a Retarding Field Angle-Resolved Display Analyzer," W. J. Antel, G. R. Harp, in press Proceedings of the Materials Research Society Symposium, Fall 1997.

32. "Competition Between Direct Exchange and Indirect RKKY Coupling in Fe/V(001) Superlattices," G. R. Harp, M. M. Schwickert, M. A. Tomaz, Tao Lin, D. Lederman, E. Mayo, and W. L . O'Brien, IEEE Transactions on Magnetics 34, 864 (1998).

33. "Structural and Magnetic Properties of Fe/Rh (001) Sputter Deposited Multilayers," M. A. Tomaz, G. R. Harp, E. Mayo, D. Lederman, R. Wu, and W. L. OÆBrien, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 16, 1336 (1998).

34. "A Comparison of XMCD at the L and M edges of Mo, Ru, Rh, and Pd," M. A. Tomaz, G. R. Harp, E. Hallin, T. K. Sham, and W. L. OÆBrien, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 16, 1359 (1998).

35. "Magnetic Moments, Coupling, and Interface Interdiffusion in Fe/V(001) Superlattices," M. M. Schwickert, M. A. Tomaz, Tao Lin, G. R. Harp, R. Coehoorn, D. Lederman, E. Mayo, and W. L. O'Brien, Phys. Rev. B 57, 13681 (1998).

36. Review Article: "Transition Metal Thin Film Epitaxy," G. R. Harp, in Heteroeptiaxy: Thin Film Systems, ed. by W. K. Liu & M B Santos, ISBN 981-02-3390-6 (World Scientific, 1999).

37. "Fe/Rh(100) Multilayer Magnetism Probed by X-ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism," M. A. Tomaz, D. C. Ingram, G. R. Harp, D. Lederman, E. Mayo, and W. L. O'Brien, Phys. Rev. B 56, 5474 (1997).

38. "Induced V Moments in Fe/V(100), (211), and (110) Superlattices Studied Using X-ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism," M. A. Tomaz, W. J. Antel Jr., W. L. OÆBrien, and G. R. Harp, (Letter to the editor) J. Phys. Condens. Matter 9, L179 (1997).

39. "Orientation Dependence of Interlayer Coupling and Interlayer Moments in Fe/Cr (100), (211), and (110) multilayers," M. A. Tomaz, W. J. Antel Jr., W. L. OÆBrien, and G. R. Harp, Phys. Rev. B,55, 3716 (1997).

40. "Growth Temperature Dependence of Long Range Alloy Order and Magnetic Properties of Epitaxial FexPt1-x(x » 0.5) films," R. F. C. Farrow, D. Weller, R. F. Marks, M. F. Toney, S. Hom, G. R. Harp, and A. Cebollada, Appl. Phys. Lett. 69, 1166 (1996).

41. "Magnetic Circular Dichroism in Reflection Electron Energy Loss Spectroscopy?" G. R. Harp, R. F. C. Farrow, and R. F. Marks, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. B 14, 3148 (1996).

42. "Epitaxial Growth of Metals by Sputter Deposition," G. R. Harp and S. S. P. Parkin, Thin Solid Films 288, 315 (1996).

43. "Exchange Stiffness, Magnetization and Spin Waves in Cubic and Hexagonal Phases of Cobalt," X. Liu, M. M. Steiner, R. Sooryakumar, G. A. Prinz, R. F. C. Farrow, and G. R. Harp, Phys. Rev. B53, 12166 (1996).

44. "Control of the Axis of Chemical Ordering and Magnetic Anisotropy in Epitaxial FePt films," R. F. C. Farrow, R. F. Marks, M. F. Toney, A. Cebollada, and G. R. Harp, J. Appl. Phys. 79, 5967 (1996).

45. "Magnetic Superlattices - Molecular-Beam Epitaxial-Growth And Properties Of Artificially And Naturally-Layered Structures," R. F. C. Farrow, R. F. Marks, A. Cebollada, G. R. Harp, T. A. Rabedeau, M. F. Toney, D. Weller, S. S. P. Parkin, J. Crystal Growth 150, 1126 (1995).

46. "Induced Rh Magnetic Moments in Fe-Rh and Co-Rh Alloys Using X-ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism," G. R. Harp, S. S. P. Parkin, W. L. O'Brien, and B. P. Tonner, Phys. Rev. B (Rapid Communications) 51, 12037 (1995).

47. "X-ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism Study of Fe/V Multilayers," G. R. Harp, S. S. P. Parkin, W. L. O'Brien, and B. P. Tonner, Phys. Rev. B, Rapid Communications 51, 3293 (1995).

48. "Seeded Epitaxy of Metals by Sputter Deposition," G. R. Harp, and S. S. P. Parkin, Appl. Phys. Lett. 65, 3063 (1994).

49. "Orientation Dependence of the Polar Kerr Effect in fcc and hcp Co," D. Weller, G. R. Harp, R. F. C. Farrow, A. Cebollada, and J. Sticht, Phys. Rev. Lett. 72, 2097 (1994).

50. "Observation of X-ray Magnetic Circular Dichroism at the Rh M2,3 Edge in Co-Rh Alloys," G. R. Harp, S. S. P. Parkin, W. L. O'Brien, and B. P. Tonner, J. Appl. Phys. 76, 6471 (1994).

51. "Experimental Investigation of Dichroism Sum Rules for V, Cr, Mn, Co and Ni: Influence of Diffuse Magnetism," W. L. O'Brien, G. R. Harp, B. P. Tonner, and S. S. P. Parkin, J. Appl. Phys. 76, 6462 (1994).

52. "MBE-Growth of Chemically-Ordered Co-Pt and Fe-Pt Alloy Phases," R. F. C. Farrow, G. R. Harp, D. Weller, R. F. Marks, M. Toney, A. Cebollada, and T. A. Rabedeau, Jap. J. Appl. Phys.

53. Enhanced Magneto-Optical Kerr Effect in Spontaneously Ordered FePt Alloys: Quantitative Agreement Between Theory and Experiment," A. Cebollada, D. Weller, J. Sticht, G. R. Harp, R. F. C. Farrow, R. F. Marks, R. Savoy, and J. C. Scott, Phys. Rev. B 50, 3419 (1994).

54. "Oscillations of Interlayer Exchange Coupling and Giant Magnetoresistance in (111) Oriented Permalloy / Au Multilayers," S. S. P. Parkin, R. F. C. Farrow, R. F. Marks, A. Cebollada, G. R. Harp, and R. J. Savoy, Phys. Rev. Lett. 72, 3718 (1994).

55. "Angular Distributions of Auger Electrons from Surfaces: Conclusions from Full Multiple-Scattering Simulations," X. Chen, G. R. Harp, and D. K. Saldin, J. Vac. Sci. Tech. A 12, 428 (1994).

56. "Magneto-optical Spectroscopy as a Structure and Chemical Order Sensitive Probe," D. Weller, G. R. Harp, R. F.C. Farrow, A. Carl, and J. Sticht, Proceedings of SPIE Meeting, Los Angeles, Jan. 22-24, 1994.

57. "Magnetic Alloy Films: New Developments in Structure-Property Relations," R. F. C. Farrow, D. Weller, G. R. Harp, R. F. Marks, T. A. Rabedeau, M. Toney, and A. Cebollada, in Metallic Alloys: Experimental and Theoretical Perspectives, ed. by J. S. Faulkner and R. G. Gordon, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Netherlands, p. 379 (1994).

58. "Giant Magnetoresistance and Co Cluster Structure in Phase-Separated Co-Cu Granular Alloys," T. A. Rabedeau, M. F. Toney, R. F. Marks, S. S. P. Parkin, R. F. C. Farrow, and G. R. Harp, Phys. Rev. B 48, 16810 (1994).

59. "Unusual Stability of fcc Co(110)/Cu(110)," G. R. Harp, R. F. C. Farrow, D. Weller, T. A. Rabedeau, and R. F. Marks, Phys. Rev. B, 48, 17583 (1993).

60. "Magneto-Optical Kerr Spectroscopy of a New Chemically Ordered Alloy: Co3Pt," G. R. Harp, D. Weller, T. A. Rabedeau, R. F. C. Farrow, Phys. Rev. Lett. 71, 2493 (1993).

61. "MBE Growth of Artificially-Layered Magnetic-Metal Structures on Semiconductors and Insulators," R. F. C. Farrow, R. F. Marks, G. R. Harp, D. Weller, T. A. Rabedeau, M. F. Toney, and S. S. P. Parkin, Mat. Sci. Eng.R11, 155 (1993).

62. "Epitaxial Growth of Pt on Basal-Plane Sapphire: A Seed Film for Artificially Layered Magnetic Metal Structures," R. F. C. Farrow, G. R. Harp, R. F. Marks, T. A. Rabedeau, M. F. Toney, D. Weller, and S. S. P. Parkin, J. Crys. Growth 133, 47 (1993).

63. "Element-Specific Magnetic Microscopy with Circularly Polarized X-rays," J. Stöhr, Y. Wu, B. D. Hermsmeyer, M. G. Samant, G. R. Harp, S. Koranda, D. Dunham, and B. P. Tonner, Science 259, 658 (1993).

64. "Magneto-Optical Kerr Spectroscopy as a Probe of Chemical Ordering in CoPt," G. R. Harp, D. Weller, T. A. Rabedeau, R. F. C. Farrow, A. Cebollada, and R. F. Marks, Magnetic Ultrathin Films:Multilayers and Surfaces Interfaces and Characterization, Materials Research Society Symposium Proc. 313, 1993.

65. "Growth Temperature Dependence of Magnetoresistance in Co/Cu(111) Wedged Superlattices," G. R. Harp, S. S. P. Parkin, R. F. C. Farrow, R. F. Marks, M. F. Toney, Q. H. Lam, T. A. Rabedeau, A. Cebollada, and R. J. Savoy, Magnetic Ultrathin Films: Multilayers and Surfaces Interfaces and Characterization, Materials Research Society Symposium Proc. 313, 1993.

66. "Microstructural Dependence of the Perpendicular Magnetic Anisotropy in Co-Pt Alloys," E. E. Marinero, R. F. C. Farrow, G. R. Harp, R. H. Geiss, Magnetic Ultrathin Films: Multilayers and Surfaces Interfaces and Characterization, Materials Research Society Symposium Proc. 313, 1993.

67. "Interfacial Structure of Co-Pt Multilayers," T. A. Rabedeau, G. R. Harp, R. F. Marks, R. F. C. Farrow, and M. F. Toney, Magnetic Ultrathin Films: Multilayers and Surfaces Interfaces and Characterization, Materials Research Society Symposium Proc. 313, 1993.

68. "Atomic Structure of Co-Pt Multilayers," T. A. Rabedeau, G. R. Harp, R. F. Marks, R. F. C. Farrow, M. F. Toney, Magnetic Ultrathin Films: Multilayers and Surfaces Interfaces and Characterization, Materials Research Society Symposium Proc. 313, 1993.

69. "Giant Magnetoresistance and Structure of Phase-Separated Epitaxial Metals," R. F. Marks, G. R. Harp, S. S. P. Parkin, R. F. C. Farrow, T. A. Rabedeau, M. F. Toney, and A. Cebollada, Magnetic Ultrathin Films: Multilayers and Surfaces Interfaces and Characterization, Materials Research Society Symposium Proc. 313, 1993.

70. "Magneto-Optical Spectra of CoPt3: Experiments and First Principles Calculations," D. Weller, J. Sticht, G. R. Harp, R. F.C. Farrow, R. F. Marks, Magnetic Ultrathin Films: Multilayers and Surfaces Interfaces and Characterization, Materials Research Society Symposium Proc. 313, 1993.

71. "Temperature Dependence of Magnetoresistance in Co/Cu(111) Superlattice Wedges," G. R. Harp, S. S. P. Parkin, R. F. C. Farrow, R. F. Marks, M. Toney, T. Rabedeau, and R. Savoy, Phys. Rev. B47, 8721 (1993).

72. "The Concentric Shell Algorithm for Auger and Core-Level Photoelectron Diffraction: Theory and Applications," D. K. Saldin, G. R. Harp, and X. Chen, Phys. Rev. B 48, 8234 (1993).

73. "Giant Magnetoresistance in As-Grown Epitaxial Films of Phase-Separated Co-Cu and Co-Ag," S. S. P. Parkin, R. F. C. Farrow, T. A. Rabedeau, R. F. Marks, G. R. Harp, Q. H. Lam, M. F. Toney, R. Savoy, and R. Geiss, Europhys. Lett. 22, 455 (1993).

74. "Finite-size Effects and Short-range Crystalline Order in Si and SiO2 by X-ray Absorption Fine Structure Spectroscopy," G. R. Harp, D. K. Saldin, and B. P. Tonner, J. Phys. Condens. Matter 5, 5377 (1993).

75. "Large Perpendicular-Anisotropy, High-Coercivity Alloys for Magneto-optical Recording," R. F. C. Farrow, R. H. Geiss, G. L. Gorman, G. R. Harp, R. F. Marks, and E. E. Marinero, Proc. Magneto Optical Recording International Symposium (MORIS), Tucson AZ., Dec. 5-7, 1992, Jap. J. M. M. Mat. (1993).

76. "Giant Magnetoresistance in Transition Metal Multilayers," S. S. P. Parkin, R. F. Marks, R. F. C. Farrow, and G. R. Harp, in Magnetism and Structure in Reduced Dimension, ed. by R. F. C. Farrow, et. al., Plenum Publishing Co., New York, 1993.

77. "Effects of Structure and Chemical Ordering on Magneto Optical Spectra in the Co1-xPtx Alloy System," D. Weller, H. Brändle, R. F. C. Farrow, R. F. Marks, and G. R. Harp, NATO ASI Series:Magnetism and Structure in Systems of Reduced Dimension, ed. by R. F. C. Farrow, et. al., Plenum Publishing Co., New York, 1993.

78. "Chemical Ordering and Magnetic Anisotropy in MBE-Grown Co/Pt Multilayers," R. F. C. Farrow, C. H. Lee, R. F. Marks, G. R. Harp, M. F. Toney, T. A. Rabedeau, D. Weller, and H. Brändle, NATO ASI Series: Magnetism and Structure in Systems of Reduced Dimension, ed. by R. F. C. Farrow et. al., Plenum Publishing Co., New York, 1993.

79. "Epitaxial Growth and Homoepitaxy of Pt(110) and Cu(110) on SrTiO3(110)," G. R. Harp, R. F. C. Farrow, R. F. Marks, and J. E. Vazquez, J. Cryst. Growth, 127, 627 (1993).

80. "Photoelectron Holography of Si(100)-[2 x 1] and other surface and Thin Film Structures", B. P. Tonner, J. Zhang, X. Chen, Z.-L. Han, G. R. Harp, and D. K. Saldin, J. Vac. Sci. Tech. B 10,2082 (1992).

81. "Giant Magnetoresistance and Enhanced Antiferromagnetic Coupling in Highly Oriented Co/Cu(111) Superlattices," S. S. P. Parkin, R. F. Marks, R. F. C. Farrow, G. R. Harp, Q. H. Lin, and R. Savoy, Phys. Rev. B46, 9262 (1992).

82. "X-Ray Secondary-Emission Microscopy (XSEM) Of Neurons," G. Destasio, S. F. Koranda, B. P. Tonner, G. R. Harp, D. Mercanti, M. T. Ciotti, G. Margaritondo, Europhysics Letters 19, 655 (1992).

83. "Observation of the Ordered CoPt3 Alloy in Co-Pt Multilayers," M. F. Toney, R. F. C. Farrow, R. F. Marks, G. R. Harp, T. Rabedeau, Mat. Res. Soc. Symp. Proc. 263, 237 (1992).

84. "An Electrostatic Microscope for Synchrotron-radiation X-ray Absorption Microspectroscopy," B. P. Tonner, and G. R. Harp, Rev. Sci. Instrum., 63, 564 (1992).

85. "The Effect of the Reference Wave in Auger Electron Holography," D. K. Saldin, G. R. Harp, and B. P. Tonner, Phys. Rev. B. 45, 9629 (1991).

86. "The Effects of Various Experimental Parameters on the Reliability of Holographic Reconstruction," G. R. Harp, X. Chen, Z.-L. Han, D. K. Saldin, and B. P. Tonner, J. Electron Spectrosc. Relat.Phenom. 57, 331 (1991).

87. "Structural Effects in Single-crystal Photoelectron, Auger-electron, and Kikuchi-electron Angular Diffraction Patterns", Z.-L. Han, S. Hardcastle, G. R. Harp, H. Li, X. D. Wang, J. Zhang, and B. P. Tonner, Surf. Sci. 258, 313 (1991).

88. "Photoelectron Holography of Ultrathin Cu/Ir(111) Films: Limits to Accuracy and Resolution," S. Hardcastle, Z. L. Han, G. R. Harp, J. Zhang, D. K. Saldin and B. P. Tonner, Surf. Sci. 245, (1991).

89. "Scattered-Wave Integral-Transform Method of Holographic-Image Reconstruction from Forward-Scattering Diffraction Patterns," B. P. Tonner, Z.-L. Han, G. R. Harp, and D. K. Saldin, Phys. Rev. B 43, 14423 (1991).

90. "Theoretical Principles of Holographic Crystallography," D. K. Saldin, G. R. Harp, B. L. Chen, and B. P. Tonner, Phys. Rev. B 44, 2480 (1991).

91. "Scanned-angle X-ray Photoemission Holography with Atomic Resolution," G. R. Harp, D. K. Saldin, and B. P. Tonner, Phys. Rev. B 40 , 9199 (1990).

92. "Selective Area Deposition of Boron on Si(111) Induced by Synchrotron Radiation," R. A. Rosenburg, F. K. Perkins, D. C. Mancini, G. R. Harp, B. P. Tonner, S. Lee, and P. A. Dowben, Appl. Phys. Lett. 58, 607 (1990).

93. "Atomic-Resolution Electron Holography in Solids with Localized Sources," G. R. Harp, D. K. Saldin, and B. P. Tonner, Phys. Rev. Lett. 65, 1012 (1990).

94. "Spatially-resolved X-ray Absorption Near-edge Spectroscopy of Silicon in Thin Silicon-oxide Films," G. R. Harp, Z. L. Han, B. P. Tonner, Physica Scripta T31, 23 (1990).

95. "X-ray Absorption Near Edge Structures of Intermediate Oxidation States of Silicon in Silicon Oxides During Thermal Desorption," G. R. Harp, Z. L. Han, B. P. Tonner, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 8, 2566 (1990).

96. "Unusual Solutions of the Laplace Equation," G. R. Harp and R. S. Sorbello, Am. J. Phys. 58, 366 (1990).

97. "Photoyield Spectromicroscopy of Silicon Surfaces using Monochromatic Synchrotron Radiation," B. P. Tonner, G. R. Harp, J. Vac. Sci. Technol. A 7, 1 (1989).

98. "Soft X-ray Absorption Microscopy of Surfaces with Synchrotron Radiation," G. R. Harp, B. P. Tonner, Proc. Mat. Res. Soc., Fall 1988.

99. "Photoelectron Microscopy with Synchrotron Radiation," B. P. Tonner, G. R. Harp, Rev. Sci. Instrum. 59, 853 (1988).

Patent

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David Hinson
Senior Research Scientist

David Hollenbach
Senior Research Scientist

Xinchuan Huang
Principal Investigator / Research Scientist

List of Peer-reviewed SCI Articles/Letters/Reviews/Proceedings (2001-2014)

1.       

X. Huang, R. R. Gamache, R. S. Freedman, D. W. Schwenke, T. J. Lee: Reliable infrared line lists for 13 CO2 isotopologues up to E'=18,000 cm-1 and 1500 K, with line shape parameters J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Trans., 147, 134-144 (2014). DOI: 10.1016/j.jqsrt.2014.05.015

2.       

R. C. Fortenberry, X. Huang, T. D. Crawford, and T. J. Lee: Quartic Force Field Rovibrational Analysis of Protonated Acetylene, C2H3+, and Its Isotopologues  J. Phys. Chem. A 118, 7034-7043 (2014). DOI: 10.1021/jp506441g

3.       

L.-H. Xu, R. M. Lees, J. T. Hougen, J. M. Bowman, X. Huang, and S. Carter: Comparison of independently calculated ab initio normal-mode displacements for the three C-H stretching vibrations of methanol along the internal rotation path, J. Mol. Spectrosc. 299, 11-16 (2014). DOI: 10.1016/j.jms.2014.02.007

4.       

X. Huang, D. W. Schwenke, and T. J. Lee: Highly accurate potential energy surface, dipole moment surface, rovibrational energy levels, and infrared line list for 32S16O2 up to 8000 cm-1, J. Chem. Phys. 140, 114311 (2014). DOI: 10.1063/1.4868327

5.       

R. C. Fortenberry, X. Huang, D. W. Schwenke, and T. J. Lee: Limited rotational and rovibrational line lists computed with highly accurate quartic force fields and ab initio dipole surfaces, Spectrochim. Acta Part A, 119, 76-83 (2014). DOI: 10.1016/j.saa.2013.03.092

6.       

X. Wang, X. Huang, J. M. Bowman, and T. J. Lee: Anharmonic rovibrational calculations of singlet cyclic C-4 using a new ab initio potential and a quartic force field, J. Chem. Phys., 139, 224302 (2013). DOI: 10.1063/1.4837177

7.       

N. Inostroza, R. C. Fortenberry, X. Huang, and T. J. Lee: Rovibrational Spectroscopic Constants and Fundamental Vibrational Frequencies for Isotopologues of Cyclic         and Bent Singlet HC2N Isomers, Astrophys. J., 778, 160, (2013). DOI:10.1088/0004-637X/778/2/160

8.       

X. Huang, R. S. Freedman, S. A. Tashkun, D. W. Schwenke, and T. J. Lee: Semi-empirical 12C16O2 IR line lists for simulations up to 1500 K and 20,000 cm-1,              J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Trans., 130, 134-146 (2013). DOI:10.1016/j.jqsrt.2013.05.018 

9.       

X. Huang, R. C. Fortenberry, and T. J. Lee: Protonated nitrous oxide, NNOH+: Fundamental vibrational frequencies and spectroscopic constants from quartic force fields, J. Chem. Phys., 139, 084313 (2013), DOI: 10.1063/1.4819069

10.    

R. C. Fortenberry, X. Huang, T. D. Crawford, and T. J. Lee: High-accuracy Quartic Force Field Calculations for the Spectroscopic Constants and Vibrational Frequencies of 1 1A' l-C3H-: A Possible Link to Lines Observed in the Horsehead Nebula Photodissociation Region, Astrophys. J., 772, 39, (2013). DOI: 10.1088/0004-637X/772/1/39

11.    

X. Huang, R. C. Fortenberry, and T. J. Lee: Spectroscopic Constants and Vibrational Frequencies for l-C3H+ and Isotopologues from Highly Accurate Quartic Force Fields: The Detection of l-C3H+ in the Horsehead Nebula PDR Questioned, Astrophys. J. Lett. 768, L25, (2013). DOI: 10.1088/2041-8205/768/2/L25

12.    

R. C. Fortenberry, X. Huang, D. W. Schwenke, and T. J. Lee: Limited Rotational and Rovibrational Line Lists Computed with Highly Accurate Quartic Force Fields and Ab Initio Dipole Surfaces, Spectrochim. Acta Part A 119, 76-83 (2014). DOI:10.1016/j.saa.2013.03.092

13.    

R. C. Fortenberry, X. Huang, A. Yachmenev, W. Thiel, and T. J. Lee: On the Use of Quartic Force Fields in Variational Calculations, Chem. Phys. Lett, 574, 1-12, (2013). DOI:10.1016/j.cplett.2013.03.078

14.    

X. Huang, D. W. Schwenke, T. J. Lee, K. Sung, and L. R. Brown: Quantum IR line list of NH3 and isotopologues for ISM and dwarf studies, Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, vol. 8, no. S292, pp. 248-248, pub. Cambridge University Press (2012).

15.    

X. Huang, R. C. Fortenberry, Y. Wang, J. S. Francisco, T. D. Crawford, J. M. Bowman, and T. J. Lee: Dipole Surface and Infrared Intensities for the cis-and trans-HOCO and DOCO RadicalsJ. Phys. Chem. A, 117, 69326939, (2013). DOI:10.1021/jp3102546

16.    

R. C. Fortenberry, X. Huang, T. D. Crawford, and T. J. Lee: The 1 3A′ HCN and 1 3A′ HCO+ Vibrational Frequencies and Spectroscopic Constants from Quartic Force Fields, J. Phys. Chem. A, 117, 93249330, (2013). DOI:10.1021/jp309243s

17.    

R.C. Fortenberry, X. Huang, J.S. Francisco, T.D. Crawford, and T.J. Lee : Fundamental Vibrational Frequencies and Spectroscopic Constants of HOCS+, HSCO+, and Isotopologues via Quartic Force Fields, J. Phys. Chem. A, 116, 9582-9590, 2012.

18.    

K. Sung, L.R. Brown, X. Huang, D.W. Schwenke, T.J. Lee, S.L. Coy, and K.K. Lehmann : Extended Line Positions, Intensities, Empirical Lower State Energies and Quantum Assignments of NH3 from 6300 to 7000 cm-1, J. Quant. Spectrosc. Radiat. Trans., 113, 1066-1083, 2012.

19.    

R.C. Fortenberry, X. Huang, J.S. Francisco, T.D. Crawford, and T.J. Lee : Quartic Force Field Predictions of the Fundamental Vibrational Frequencies and Spectroscopic Constants of the Cations HOCO+ and DOCO+, J. Chem. Phys., 136, 234309, 2012.

20.    

X. Huang, D.W. Schwenke, and T.J. Lee : An Isotopic-Independent Highly Accurate Potential Energy Surface for CO2 Isotopologues and an Initial 12C16O2 Infrared Line List, J. Chem. Phys., 136, 124311, 2012.

21.    

N. Inostroza, X. Huang, and T.J. Lee : Accurate ab initio Quartic Force Fields of Cyclice and Bent HC2NIsomers, J. Chem. Phys., 135, 244310, 2011.

22.    

R.C. Fortenberry, X. Huang, J.S. Francisco, T.D. Crawford, and T.J. Lee : Vibrational Fundamental Frequencies and Spectroscopic Constants from Quartic Force Fields for cis-HOCO: the Radical and the Anion, J. Chem. Phys., 135, 214303, 2011.

23.    

R.C. Fortenberry, X. Huang, J.S. Francisco, T.D. Crawford, and T.J. Lee : The trans-HOCO radical: Quartic Force Fields, Vibrational Frequencies, and Spectroscopic Constants, J. Chem. Phys., 135, 134301, 2011.

24.    

X. Huang, and T.J. Lee : Spectroscopic Constants for 13Cand Deuterium Isotopologues of Cyclic and Linear C3H3+, Astrophysical Journal 736, 33, 2011.

25.    

X. Huang, P.R. Taylor, and T.J. Lee : Highly accurate quartic force fields, vibrational frequencies, and spectroscopic constants for cyclic and linear C3H3+, J. Phys. Chem. A 115, 5005-5016, 2011.

26.    

Y. Wang, X. Huang, B. C. Shepler, B. J. Braams, and J. M. Bowman : Flexible, ab initio potential, and dipole moment surfaces for water: I. Tests and applications for clusters up to the 22-mer, J. Chem. Phys. 134, 094509, 2011.

27.    

X. Huang, D. W. Schwenke, and T. J. Lee : Rovibrational spectra of Ammonia. II. Detailed analysis, comparison, and prediction of spectroscopic assignments for 14NH3, 15NH3, and 14ND3, J. Chem. Phys. 134, 044321, 2011.

28.    

X. Huang, D. W. Schwenke, and T. J. Lee : Rovibrational spectra of Ammonia. I. Unprecedented accuracy of a potential energy surface used with nonadiabatic corrections, J. Chem. Phys. 134, 044320, 2011.

29.    

X. Huang, E. F. Valeev, and T. J. Lee : Comparison of one-particle basis set extrapolation to explicitly correlated methods for the calculation of accurate quartic force fields, vibrational frequencies, and spectroscopic constants: Application to H2O, N2H+, NO2+, and C2H2, J. Chem. Phys. 133, 244108, 2010.

30.    

Y. Wang, J. M. Bowman, and X. Huang : (Communication) Prediction of the rate constant of bimolecular hydrogen exchange in the water dimer using an ab initio potential energy surface, J. Chem. Phys. 133, 111103, 2010.

31.    

J. M. Bowman, B. J. Braams, S. Carter, C. Chen, G. Czako, B. Fu, X. Huang, E. Kamachik, A. R. Sharma, B. C. Shepler, Y. Wang, and Z. Xie : Ab-initio-based potential energy surfaces for complex molecules and molecular complexes, J. Phys. Chem. Lett. 1, 1866-1874, 2010.

32.    

X. Huang, and T. J. Lee : An approach to include the effects of diffuse functions inpotential energy surface calculations, J. Phys. Chem. A 113, 11954-11962, 2009.

33.    

X. Huang, and T. J. Lee : Accurate ab initio quartic force fields for NH2- and CCH- and rovibrational spectroscopic constants for their isotopologues, J. Chem. Phys. 131, 104301, 2009.

34.    

T. J. Lee, X. Huang, and C. E. Dateo : The effect of approximating some molecular integrals in coupled-cluster calculations: fundamental frequencies and rovibrational spectroscopic constants for isotopologues of cyclopropenylidene, Mol. Phys. 107, 1139-1152, 2009.

35.    

X. Huang, D. W. Schwenke, and T. J. Lee : An accurate global potential energy surface, dipole moment surface, and rovibrational frequencies for NH3, J. Chem. Phys. 129, 214304, 2008.

36.    

X. Huang, and T. J. Lee : A procedure for computing accurate ab initio quartic force fields: Application to HO2+ and H2O, J. Chem. Phys. 129, 044312, 2008.

37.    

X. Huang, B. J. Braams, J. M. Bowman, R. E. A. Kelly, J. Tennyson, G. C. Groenenboom, and Ad van der Avoird : New ab initio potential energy surface and vibrational-rotation-tunneling levels of (H2O)2 and (D2O)2, J. Chem. Phys. 128, 034312, 2008.

38.  

 X. Huang, S. Habershon, and J. M. Bowman : Comparison of quantum, classical, and ring-polymer molecular dynamics infra-red spectra of Cl-(H2O) and H+(H2O)2, Chem. Phys. Lett. 450, 253-257, 2007.

39.  

 J. M. Bowman, X. Huang, N. C. Handy, and S. Carter : Vibrational levels of methanol calculated by the reaction path version of MULTIMODE, using an ab initio, full-dimensional potential, J. Phys. Chem. A, 111, 7317-7321, 2007.

40.  

 C. E. Hinkle, A. B. McCoy, X. Huang, and J. M. Bowman : Comment on "Nature of the chemical bond in protonated methane", J. Phys. Chem. A. 111, 2033-2034, 2007.

41.  

 J. Wu, X. Huang, S. Carter, and J. M. Bowman : Tests of MULTIMODE calculations of rovibrational energies of CH4, Chem. Phys. Lett. 426, 285-289, 2007.

42.    

X. Huang, L. M. Johnson, J. M. Bowman, and A. B. McCoy : Deuteration effects on the structure and Infrared spectrum of CH5+,  J. Am. Chem. Soc. 128, 3478-3479, 2006.

43.    

X. Huang, A. B. McCoy, J. M. Bowman, L. M. Johnson, C. Savage, F. Dong, and D. J. Nesbitt : Quantum deconstruction of the Infrared spectrum of CH5+, Science 311, 60-63, 2006.

44.  

 J. M. Bowman, X. Huang, L. B. Harding, and S. Carter : The determination of molecular properties from MULTIMODE with an application to the calculation of Franck-Condon factors for photoionization of CF3 to CF3+, Mol. Phys. 104, 33-45, 2006.

45.  

 X. Huang, B. J. Braams, and J. M. Bowman : Ab initio potential energy and dipole moment surfaces of (H2O)2, J. Phys. Chem. A. 110, 445-451, 2006.

46.  

 A. B. McCoy, X. Huang, S. Carter, and J. M. Bowman : Quantum studies of the vibrations in H3O2- and D3O2-, J. Chem. Phys. 123, 064317, 2005.

47.    

X. Huang, B. J. Braams, and J. M. Bowman : Ab initio potential energy and dipole moment surfaces for H5O2+,  J. Chem. Phys., 122, 044308, 2005.

48.  

 N. I. Hammer, E. G. Diken, J. R. Roscioli, M. A. Johnson, E. M. Myshakin, K. D. Jordan, A. B. McCoy, X. Huang, J. M. Bowman, and S. Carter : The vibrational predissociation spectra of the H5O2+RGn(RG=Ar,Ne) clusters: Correlation of the solvent perturbations in the free OH and shared proton transitions of the Zundel ion, J. Chem. Phys. 122, 244301, 2005.

49.  

 A. B. McCoy, X. Huang, S. Carter, M. Y. Landeweer, and J. M. Bowman : Full-dimensional vibrational calculations for H5O2+ using an ab initio potential energy surface, J. Chem. Phys. 122, 061101, 2005.

50.  

 E. G. Diken, J. M. Headrick, J. R. Roscioli, J. C. Bopp, M. A. Johnson, A. B. McCoy, X. Huang, S. Carter, and J. M. Bowman : Argon predissociation spectroscopy of the OH-H2O and Cl-H2O complexes in the 1000-1900 cm-1 region: Intramolecular bending transitions and the search for the shared-proton fundamental in the hydroxide monohydrate, J. Phys. Chem. A 109, 571-575, 2005.

51.  

 A. B. McCoy, B. J. Braams, A. Brown, X. Huang, Z. Jin, and J. M. Bowman : Ab initio diffusion Monte Carlo calculations of the quantum behavior of CH5+ in full dimensionality, J. Chem. Phys. 108, 4991-4994, 2004.

52.  

 A. L. Kaledin, X. Huang, and J. M. Bowman : Comparison of classical, new corrected-classical, and semiclassical IR spectra of non-rotating H2O with quantum calculations, Chem. Phys. Lett. 384, 80-85, 2004.

53.    

X. Huang, B. J. Braams, S. Carter, and J. M. Bowman : Quantum calculations of vibrational energies of H3O2- on an ab initio potential, J. Am. Chem. Soc., 126, 5042–5043, 2004.

54. 

X. Huang; H. M. Cho; S. Carter; L. Ojamäe; J. M. Bowman; S. J. Singer : Full dimensional calculations of vibrational energies of H5O2+, J. Phys. Chem. A, 107, 7142–7151, 2003.

55.

 J. Dai, Z. Bacic, X. Huang, S. Carter, and J. M. Bowman : A theoretical study of vibrational mode coupling in H5O2+, J. Chem. Phys. 119, 6571-6580, 2003.

56.

 J. M. Bowman, S. Carter, and X. Huang : MULTIMODE: a code to calculate rovibrational energies of polyatomic molecules, Int. Rev. Phys. Chem. 22, 533-549, 2003.

57.

 X. Huang, S. Carter, and J. M. Bowman : Ab initio potential energy surface and rovibrational energies of H3O+ and its isotopomers, J. Chem. Phys. 118, 5431-5441, 2003.

58.

 X. Huang, S. Carter, and J. M. Bowman : Ab initio potential energy surface and rovibrational energies of H3O+ and its isotopomers, J. Phys. Chem. B 106, 8182-8188, 2002.

59.

 J. M. Bowman, X. Huang, and S. Carter : Full dimensional calculations of vibrational energies of H3O+ and D3O+, Spectrochim. Acta Part A 58, 839-848, 2002.

60. 

J. M. Bowman, D. Wang, X. Huang, F. Huarte-Larranaga, and U. Manthe : The importance of an accurate CH4 vibrational partition function in full dimensionality calculations of the H+CH4 -> H2+CH3 reaction, J. Chem. Phys. 114, 9683-9684, 2001.

 

 


Hiroshi Imanaka
Senior Scientist

Corey Jamieson
Research Scientist
  1. C.J. Bennett, Jamieson, C.S., Kaiser, R.I., Mechanistical Studies on the Formation and Destruction of Carbon Monoxide (CO), Carbon Dioxide (CO2), and Carbon Trioxide (CO3) in Interstellar Ice Analog Samples. PCCP 12, 4032-4050 (2010).
  2. Jamieson, C.S., Chang, H. H. A., Kaiser, R. I., A laboratory study on the thermally induced transformation of hydrogen cyanide (HCN) to the cyanogen anion (CN-) in Solar System analog ices. Advances in Space Research 43, 1446-1450 (2009).
  3. Bennett, C.J., Jamieson, C.S., Kaiser, R.I., Mechanistical Studies on the Formation of Carbon Dioxide in Extraterrestrial, Carbon Monoxide Ice Analog Samples, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 11, 4210-4218 (2009).
  4. Bennett, C.J., Jamieson, C.S., Kaiser, R.I., An Experimental Investigation of the Decomposition of Carbon Monoxide and Formation Routes to Carbon Dioxide in Interstellar Ices. Astrophysical Journal Supplemental Series 182, 1-11 (2009).
  5. Jamieson, C.S., Mebel, A. M., Kaiser, R. I., First detection of the Cs symmetric Isomer of Carbon Hexaoxide (CO6) at 10 K, Chemical Physics Letters 450, 312-317 (2008).
  6. Bennett, C.J., Jamieson, C.S., Kaiser, R.I., Mechanistical Studies on the Decomposition of Carbon Suboxide in a Cometary Ice Analogue. Planet. Space Sciences 56, 1181-1189 (2008).
  7. Jamieson, C.S., Mebel, A. M., Kaiser, R. I., First detection of the C2 symmetric Isomer of Carbon Pentaoxide (CO5) at 10 K, Chemical Physics Letters 443, 49-54 (2007).
  8. Jamieson, C.S., Mebel, A. M., Kaiser, R. I., Novel Detection of the C2v Isomer of Carbon Tetraoxide (CO4), Chemical Physics Letters 440, 105-109 (2007).
  9. Jamieson, C.S., Kaiser, R. I., Isotopic Study of the Formation of the Azide Radical (N3), Chemical Physics Letters 440, 98-104 (2007).
  10. Carrier, W. Jamieson, C.S., Kaiser, R.I., Mechanistic Studies on the Formation of Trifluoromethyl Sulfur Pentafluoride, SF5CF3 - A Greenhouse Gas. Inorganic Chemistry 46, 1332-1336 (2007).
  11. Sivaraman, B., Jamieson, C.S., Mason, N. J., Kaiser, R. I., Temperature-dependent Formation of Ozone in Solid Oxygen by 5 keV Electron Irradiation and Implications for Solar System Ices, Astrophysical Journal 669, 1414-1421 (2007).
  12. Jamieson, C.S., Mebel, A. M., Kaiser, R. I., Identification of the D3h Isomer of Carbon Trioxide (CO3) and Its Implications for Atmospheric Chemistry, ChemPhysChem 7, 2441- 2443 (2006) .
  13. Jamieson, C.S., Mebel, A. M., Kaiser, R. I., Understanding the Kinetics and Dynamics of Radiation Induced Reaction Pathways in Carbon Monoxide Ice at 10K, Astrophysical Journal Supplemental Series 163, 184-206 (2006).
  14. Jamieson, C.S., Mebel, A. M., Kaiser, R. I., Investigating the Formation of Intermediates in the Reactions of Carbon dioxide (CO2) with Suprathermal Oxygen and Nitrogen Atoms. in: Astrochemistry - From Laboratory Studies to Observations. American Institute of Physics. 855, 100 (2006).
  15. Bennett, C. J., Jamieson, C.S., Osamura, Y., Kaiser, R. I., Laboratory studies on the irradiation of methane in interstellar, cometary, and solar system ices, Astrophysical Journal 653, 792-811 (2006).
  16. Jamieson, C.S., Mebel, A. M., Kaiser, R. I., A matrix isolation study of the Cs symmetric OCNO(X2A") radical, Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 7(24), 4089-4095 (2005).
  17. Jamieson, C.S., Bennett, C. J., Mebel, A. M., Kaiser, R. I., Investigating the mechanism for the formation of nitrous oxide [N2O(X1+)] in extraterrestrial ices. Astrophysical Journal 624(1, Pt. 1), 436-447 (2005).
  18. Bennett, C. J., Jamieson, C.S., Osamura, Y., Kaiser, R. I., A combined experimental and computational investigation on the synthesis of acetaldehyde [CH3CHO(X1A')] in interstellar ices. Astrophysical Journal 624(2, Pt. 1), 1097-1115 (2005).
  19. Dalton, J. B., Prieto-Ballesteros, O., Kargel, J. S., Jamieson, C.S., Jolivet, J., Quinn, R., Spectral comparison of heavily hydrated salts with disrupted terrains on Europa, Icarus 177, 472-490 (2005).
  20. Bennett, C. J., Jamieson, C.S., Mebel, A. M., Kaiser, R. I., Untangling the formation of the cyclic carbon trioxide isomer in low temperature carbon dioxide ices. Physical Chemistry Chemical Physics 6(4), 735-746 (2004).
  21. Dalton, J.B., Mogul, R., Kagawa, H.K., Chan, S.L., Jamieson, C.S., Near-Infrared Detection of Potential Evidence for Microscopic Organisms on Europa, Astrobiology 3, 505-529 (2003).

Peter Jenniskens
Senior Research Scientist

[137 peer-reviewed publications per Sep. 2011]

Jenniskens P., Gural P. S., Grigsby B., Dynneson L., Koop M., Holman D., 2011. CAMS: Cameras for Allsky Meteor Surveillance to validate minor meteor showers. Icarus (in press). 

Jenniskens P., Gural P. S., 2011. The discovery of the February eta Draconids (FED, IAU#427): the dust trail of a potentially hazardous long-period comet. JIMO 39, 93-97.

Jenniskens P., Shaddad M. H., 2010. 2008 TC3: The small asteroid with an impact. MAPS 45, 1553-1556.

Jenniskens P., Shaddad M. H., Numan D., et al. 2009. The impact and recovery of asteroid 2008 TC3. Nature 458, 485-488.

Jenniskens P., 2010. Observations of the Stardust Sample Return Capsule Entry with a Slitless Echelle Spectrograph. Journal of Spacecraft and Rockets 47, 718-735.

Nesvorny D., Jenniskens P., Levison H.F., Bottke W. F., Vokrouhlicky D., Gounelle M., 2010. Cometary origin of the zodiacal cloud and carbonaceous micrometeorites. Implications for hot debris disks. ApJ 713, 816-8136.

Jenniskens P., Vaubaillon J., 2010. Minor planet 2002 EX12 (+169P/NEAT) and the alpha Capricornid shower. Astron. J. 139, 1822-1830.

Jenniskens P., 2006. Meteor Showers and their Parent Comets.  Cambridge University Press, September 2006. (book)

Jenniskens P., Jost H.-J., eds. Proceedings SOFIA Upper Deck Science Opportunities Workshop, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA, June 22-23, 2004.

Jenniskens P., 2004. 2003 EH 1 is the parent of the Quadrantids. Astronomical Journal 127, 3018-3022.

Jenniskens P., Schaller E.L., Laux C.O., Schmidt G., Rairden R.L., 2004. Meteors do not break exogenous organic molecules into high yields of diatomics. Astrobiology 4 (1) 67-79.

Jenniskens P., Stenbaek-Nielsen H.C., 2004. Meteor wake in high frame-rate images - implications for the chemistry of ablated organic compounds. Astrobiology 4 (1) 95-121.

Jenniskens P., Laux C.O., Schaller E.L., 2004. Search for the OH (X2P) Meinel band emission in meteors as a tracer of mineral water in comets: detection of N2+ (A-X). Astrobiology 4 (1) 109-121.

Jenniskens P., Laux C.O., Wilson M., Schaller E.L., 2004. The mass and speed dependence of meteor air plasma temperatures. Astrobiology 4 (1) 81-94.

Jenniskens P., Mandell A.M., 2004. Hydrogen emission in meteors as a potential marker for the exogenous delivery of organics and water. Astrobiology 4 (1) 123-134.

Stenbaek-Nielsen H.C., Jenniskens P., 2004. A "shocking" Leonid meteor at 1000 fps. Adv. Space Res. 33, 1459-1465.


Hiromi Kagawa
Research Scientist

McMillan RA, Howard J, Zaluzec NJ, Kagawa HK, Mogul R, Li YF, Paavola CD, Trent JD. A self-assembling protein template for constrained synthesis and patterning of nanoparticle arrays (2005) J Am Chem Soc. 127(9) 2800-1.

Trent JD, Kagawa HK, Paavola CD, McMillan RA, Howard J, Jahnke L, Lavin C, Embaye T, Henze CE, 2003. Intracellular localization of a group II chaperonin indicates a membrane-related function. Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A100,15589-94

Kagawa HK, Yaoi T, Brocchieri L, McMillan RA, Alton T, Trent JD, 2003. The composition, structure and stability of a group II chaperonin are temperature regulated in a hyperthermophilic archaeon. Mol Microbiol.48, 143-56

Dalton JB, Mogul R, Kagawa HK, Chan SL, Jamieson CS, 2003. Near-infrared detection of potential evidence for microscopic organisms on Europa. Astrobiology.3, 505-29.

Takuro Yaoi, T. Alton, A. Jiemjit, Hiromi K. Kagawa, P. Laksanalamai, Jonathan D. Trent, 2000. Cloning and Characterization of ftsZ and pyrF from the Archaeon Thermoplasma acidophilum Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communication275, 936-945.

Jonathan Trent, Hiromi K. Kagawa, Takuro Yaoi, 1998. The Role of Chaperonins in Vivo: The Next FrontierAnnals of the New York Academy of Sciences851, 36-47.

Takuro Yaoi, Hiromi K. Kagawa, Jonathan D. Trent, 1998. Chaperonin Filaments: Their Formation and an Evaluation of Methods for Studying Them Archives of Biochemistry and Biophysics356, 55-62.

Koeck PJ, Kagawa HK, Ellis MJ, Hebert H, Trent JD, 1998. Two-dimensional crystals of reconstituted beta-subunits of the chaperonin TF55 from Sulfolobus shibatae. Biochim Biophys Acta1429, 40-4

Trent JD, Kagawa HK, Yaoi T. 1998. The role of chaperonins in vivo: the next frontier. Ann N Y Acad Sci.851, 36-47

Trent JD, Kagawa HK, Yaoi T, Olle E, Zaluzec NJ, 1997. Chaperonin filaments: the archaeal cytoskeleton?Proc Natl Acad Sci U S A.94, 5383-8.

Hiromi K. Kagawa, Andrzej Joachimiak, Natalia Maltsev, Jerzy Osipiuk, Ross Overbeek, Elsie Quaite-Randall, Jonathan D. Trent, 1995. The 60 kDa Heat Shock Proteins in the Hyperthermophilic Archaeon Sulfolobus shibatae Journal of Molecular Biology253, 712-725.


Paul Kalas
Research Scientist

Chris Kempes
Research Scientist

Pascal Lee
Senior Planetary Scientist

Mars and Analogs

Lee, P. (2010). Haughton Crater and Devon Island. In Planetary Analogs (P. Doran et al. eds.). Springer-Verlag, 278-283.

Lee, P. (2008). Planetary Analogs: A quantified evaluation standard. GAC-MAC Conf. 2008, Quebec City, 26-28 May 2008. Invited.

Lee, P. & C. McKay (2007). Early Mars: Mostly cold and dry. 39th AAS-DPS, Orlando, FL, 7-12 Oct 2007.

Lee, P., B. Glass, G. Osinski, J. Parnell, J. W. Schutt, & C. P. McKay (2006). Gullies on Mars: Fresh gullies in dirty snow, Devon Island, High Arctic, as end-member analogs. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXXVII, Houston, TX, March, 2006. [1818].

Lee, P. & G. R. Osinski (2005). The Haughton-Mars Project: Overview of science investigations at the Haughton impact structure and surrounding terrains, and relevance to planetary studies. Meteor. Planet. Sci. 40 (HMP Special Issue), 1755-1758.

Lee, P., A. Bisset, M. Boucher, S. Braham, C. Cockell, C. Desportes, B. Glass, E. Hodgson, D. Lim, C. McKay, G. Osinski, J. Parnell, J. Schutt, K. Snook, & D. Wettergreen (2005). Terrestrial Analogues in Planetary Science and Exploration: Their Four Key Functions. Canadian Space Exploration Workshop 5, St. Hubert, May, 2005.

Lee, P., M. Boucher, C. Desportes, B. Glass, D. Lim, C. McKay, G. Osinski, J. Parnell, & J. Schutt (2005). Mars, Always Cold, Sometimes Wet: New Constraints On Mars Denudation Rates and Climate Evolution From Analog Studies at Haughton Crater, Devon Island, High Arctic. 36th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Mar, 2005 [2270]. http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2005/pdf/2270.pdf

Lee, P., C. Cockell, & C. P. McKay (2004). Gullies on Mars: Origin by snow and ice melting and potential for life based on possible analogs from Devon Island, High Arctic. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXXV, Mar, 2004. [2122].

Lee, P. & C. P. McKay (2003). Mars: Always Cold, Sometimes Wet? 34th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., Mar, 2003. [#2127]. http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2003/pdf/2127.pdf

Lee, P. C. P. McKay, & J. Matthews (2002). Gullies on Mars: Clues to their formation timescale from possible analogs from Devon Island, Nunavut, Arctic Canada. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXXIII, Mar, 2002.

Lee, P., C. S. Cockell, M. M. Marinova, C. P. McKay, & J. W. Rice, Jr. (2001). Snow and ice melt slope flow features on Devon Island, Nunavut, Arctic Canada, as possible analogs for recent slope flow features on Mars. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXXII, Mar, 2001.

Lee, P. (2000). Selective fluvial erosion on Mars: Glacial selective linear erosion on Devon Island, Nunavut, Arctic Canada, as a possible analog. Lunar & Planet. Sci. Conf. XXXI, March 2000.

 

Lee, P., & J. W. Rice, Jr. (1999). Small valley networks on Mars: The glacial meltwater channel networks of Devon Island, Nunavut Territory, Arctic Canada, as possible analogs. 5th Mars Conference, Jul 1999.

 

Lee, P., J. W. Rice, Jr., T. E. Bunch, R. A. F. Grieve, C. P. McKay, J. W. Schutt, & A. P. Zent (1999). Possible analogs for small valleys on Mars at the Haughton impact crater site, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXX., Mar 99.

 

Lee, P., A. P. Zent, & the Haughton-Mars Project Team (1998). A unique Mars analog site: The Haughton impact crater and surroundings,  Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc.

 

Lee, P., T. E. Bunch, N. Cabrol, C. S. Cockell, R. A. F. Grieve, C. P. McKay, J. W. Rice, Jr., J. W. Schutt, & A. P. Zent (1998). Haughton-Mars 97 - I: Overview of observations at the Haughton impact crater, a unique Mars analog site in the Canadian High Arctic. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXIX, Mar 98, 1973-1974.

 

Lee, P. (1997). A unique Mars/Early Mars analog on Earth: The Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canadian Arctic. In Conf. on Early Mars: Geologic and hydrologic evolution, physical and chemical environments, and the implications for life. LPI Contrib. No. 916, 50. http:// www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/earlymars/pdf/3059.pdf

 

Lee, P. & P. C. Thomas (1994). Longitudinal dunes on Mars: Relation to current wind regimes. J. Geophys. Res. 100, MSATT special issue, 5381-5395.

 

Lee, P., P. C. Thomas, J. Veverka, & S. Calvo (1993). Discovery of longitudinal dunes on Mars. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 25, 1038.

 

Lee, P. (1993). Briny lakes on early Mars? Terrestrial intracrater playas and martian candidates. LPI Tech. Rep. 93-03, Part 1, 17.

 

Lee, P., S. Ebisawa, & A. Dollfus (1990). Crystal clouds in the Martian atmosphere. Astron. Astrophys. 240, 520-532. http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1990A%26A...240..520L

 

Lee, P. (1990). Impact crater morphology and ground H2O on Mars. Bull. Astron. Soc. of New York 3 (8), 23.

 

 

Asteroids, Phobos, and Deimos

Lee, P. (2011). Phobos and Deimos: Science Goals for Human Exploration. EPSC Abstracts, Vol. 6, EPSC-DPS-2011, 3-7 Oct 2011, Nantes, France. [1716].

Lee, P., T. Jones, B. Jaroux, P. D. Klupar, J. Bellerose, J. Chartres, R. De Rosee, T. Fong, A. Genova, J. McCarthy, T. McCarthy, & G. S. Mungas (2011). M4: Mars Moons Multiple-landings Mission. In Abstracts of the Second International Conference on the Exploration of Phobos and Deimos. Mars Inst. Tech. Pub. MITP-2011-001, Mars Institute, Moffett Field, CA, and SETI Inst. Tech. Pub. SITP-2011-001, SETI Institute, Mountain View, CA, p. 19.  [11-025].

Lee, P. (2011). Phobos and Deimos Sample Return: Importance, Challenges, and Strategy. Solar System Sample Return Mission Workshop, 5-6 Mar 2011, The Woodlands, TX. [5044].

Lee, P. J. Veverka, J. Bellerose, M. Boucher, J. Boynton, S. Braham, R. Gellert, A. Hildebrand, D. Manzella, G. Mungas, S. Oleson, R. Richards, P. C. Thomas, & M. D. West (2010). Hall: A Phobos and Deimos Sample Return Mission. 44th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., The Woodlands, TX. 1-5 Mar 2010. [1633]. http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2010LPI....41.1633L

Lee, P. (2009). First International Conference on the Exploration of Phobos and Deimos, 5-7 Nov 2007 : Summary and Recommendations. Mars Institute Tech. Pub. 2009-001, Mars Institute, 57 pp.

Lee, P., R. Richards, A. Hildebrand, & the PRIME Mission Team (2008). The PRIME (Phobos Reconnaissance and International Mars Exploration) Mission and Mars sample Return. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXXIX, Houston, TX, Mar 2008. [#2268].  www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2008/pdf/2268.pdf

Lee, P. (2007). Phobos-Deimos ASAP: A Case for the Human Exploration of the Moons of Mars. First Int’l Conf. Explor. Phobos & Deimos. NASA Research Park, Moffett Field, CA, 5-7 Nov 2007. LPI Contrib. 1377, p. 25 [#7044]. http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/phobosdeimos2007/pdf/7044.pdf

Lee, P. (2007). Phobos ASAP. Phobos as a stepping stone between the Moon and Mars. ISDC 2007, Dallas, TX., 25-27 May 2007.

Lee P., Hildebrand, A., Gladman, B., Richards, R., Hahn, J., Braham, S., Cloutis, E., Gellert, R., Ghafoor, N., Brown, P., King, P., Stooke, P., Wiegert, P., Glass, B., Thomas, P., Veverka, J., Parnell, J., Mitrofanov, I., Sugita, S., Kawaguichi, J., Boucher, M., Carroll, K., Desportes, C., West, M., & Wilkinson, N. (2006). PRIME (Phobos Reconnaissance and International Mars Exploration): A small body mission at Mars. Canadian Space Astronomy Workshop, Canadian Space Agency, St Hubert, Nov 23-24, 2006. Abstract.

Lee P., Hildebrand, A., Richards, R., Hahn, J., Veverka, J., Braham, S., Desportes, C., West, M., Wilkinson, N., & the PRIME Science Team (2006). Exploration Canada 2006 Workshop, Canadian Space Agency, St. Hubert, Oct 17-18, 2006. Abstract.

Lee, P., S. Braham, G. Mungas, M. Silver, P. Thomas, & M. West (2005). Phobos: A Critical Link Between Moon and Mars Exploration. Report of the Space Resources Rountable VII: LEAG Conference on Lunar Exploration, League City, TX 25-28 Oct 2005. LPI Contrib. 1318, p. 72. http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2005LPICo1287...56L

Lee, P., S. Braham, B. Gladman, G. Mungas, M. Silver, P. Thomas, & M. West (2005). Mars Indirect: Phobos as a Critical Step in Human Mars Exploration. Int’l. Space Dev. Conf., Washington, DC, 19-21 May 2005  [96]. http://isdc2.xisp.net/~kmiller/isdc_archive/isdc.php?link=submissionSelect&submission_id=96.

Lee, P. (1997). Physical Properties and Processing of Asteroid Regoliths and Interiors. Ph.D. Thesis. Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 260pp.

Lee, P. (1996). Dust levitation on asteroids. Icarus 124, 181-194.

Lee, P., J. Veverka, P. Thomas, M. J. S. Belton, C. R. Chapman, P. Geissler, R. Greenberg, J.-M. Petit, R. Greeley, R. Pappalardo, R. Sullivan, & the Galileo SSI Team (1996). Ejecta blocks on 243 Ida and on other asteroids. Icarus 120, 87-105.

 

 

 

Meteoritics & Solar System Evolution

 

Cockell, C. & P. Lee (2002). The biology of terrestrial impact craters: A review. Biol. Reviews 77, 279-310.

Lee, P., W. Cassidy, D. Apostolopoulos, D. Bassi, L. Bravo, H. Cifuentes, M. Deans, A. Foessel, S. Moorehead, M. Parris, C. Puebla, L. Pedersen, M. Sibenac, F. Valdés, N. Vandapel,  & W. Whittaker (1999). Search for meteorites at Martin Hills & Pirrit Hills, Antarctica. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXX, Mar 99.

Lee, P., W. A. Cassidy, D. Apostolopoulos, M. Deans, A. Foessel, C. Krause, S. Parra, L. Pedersen, K. Schwehr, & W. L. Whittaker (1998). Search for meteorites in the Patriot Hills area, Ellsworth Mountains, West Antarctica. Meteorit. & Planet. Sc i., 33 Supplement, A92-A93.

Lee, P. & R. W. Kay (1992). Search for a meteoritic component at the Beaverhead impact structure, Montana. LPI Contrib. No.790, 47.

Lee, P., P. Helfenstein, J. Veverka, & D. McCarthy (1992). Anomalous-scattering region on Triton. Icarus 99, 82-97.

 

Human Exploration

Lee, P., S. Dougherty, T. McCarthy, T. Fong, S. Hoffman, E. Hodgson, K. Lorber, R. Mueller, J. Schutt, & L. Alvarez (2012). Human Exploration of Asteroids, the Moon, and Mars Using Robotic Arm-Equipped Pressurized Vehicles. Earth & Space 2012, Pasadena, CA.

Genova, A. L., C. Foster, A. Colaprete, P. Lee, J. Battat, and D. W. Dunham (2011). Entering the Interplanetary Gateway: Short-Duration Human Missions to Near-Earth Objects. IAC-11-A5.4.1, 13 pp.

Lee, P., S. Braham, M. Deans, T. Fong, E. Heggy, M. Helper, E. Hodgson, S. J. Hoffman, & J. W. Schutt (2011). Pressurized Rover-Based IVA Field Science: Lessons Learned from Moon and Mars Analog Studies at the Haughton-Mars Project, Devon Island, High Arctic. 42nd Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., 7-11 Mar 2011, The Woodlands, TX. [2656].

Hoffman, S. J., M. J. Leonard, and P. Lee (2011). Evaluation of Robotic Systems to Carry Out Traverse Execution, Opportunistic Science, and Landing Site Evaluation Tasks. NASA/TM-2011-216157, 78 pp.

Gaier, J. R., P. G. de Leon, P. Lee, T. R. McCue, E. W. Hodgson, and J. Thrasher (2010). Preliminary Testing of a Pressurized Space Suit and Candidate Fabrics Under Simulated Mars Dust Storm and Dust Devil Conditions. NASA/TM-2010-216787. Also AIAA-2010-6247. 23 pp.

Lee, P., S. Braham, C. P. McKay, & J. W. Schutt (2008). Field Science and Exploration Requirements for Lunar and Planetary Outposts: Lessons from Arctic and Antarctic Stations. Earth & Space 2008, Long Beach, 3-5 March 2008.

 

 

 


Livio Leonardo ...
Research Scientist; CSA/ESA Co-Investigator on ESA’s ExoMars 2016 Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO) Colour and Surface and Stereo Imaging System (CaSSIS)

1. Tornabene L. L., and 6 others (including *Craig, M and *Sapers, H.) (2013) An impact origin for hydrated silicates on Mars: A synthesis, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 118, doi:10.1002/jgre.20082.

2. Bishop J. L., Tirsch D., Tornabene L. L., and 19 others (2013), Mineralogy and morphology of geologic units at Libya Montes, Mars: Ancient aqueously derived outcrops, mafic flows, fluvial features and impacts, J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1029/2012JE004151.

3. Osinski G. R., Tornabene L. L., and 11 others (2013), Impact-generated hydrothermal systems on Earth and Mars, Icarus, doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2012.08.030.

4. *Skok J. R., Mustard J. F., Tornabene L. L., and 3 others (2012), A spectroscopic analysis of Martian crater central peaks: Formation of the ancient crust, Journal of Geophysical Research- Planets, 117, doi: 10.1029/2012JE004148.

5. *Caudill C. M., Tornabene L. L., and 4 others (2012), Layered Megablocks in Central Uplifts of Impact Craters, Icarus, doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2012.08.033.

6. Boyce J. M., et al. (2012), Origin of small pits in Martian impact craters, Icarus, doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2012.07.027.

7. Tornabene L. L., and 5 others (2012), Widespread crater-related pitted materials on Mars: further evidence for the role of target volatiles during the impact process, Icarus, 220, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2012.05.022.

8. Denevi B. W. et al. (2012), Physical constraints on impact melt properties from LROC NAC images, Icarus, doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2012.03.020.

9. Moores J. E., et al. (2012), A Mission Control Architecture for robotic lunar sample return as field tested in an analogue deployment to the sudbury impact structure, Advances in Space Research50(12), 1666-1686.

10. *Burleigh K., Melosh J., Tornabene L. L., and 3 others (2012), Impact Airblasts Trigger Dust Avalanches on Mars, Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2011.10.026.

11. Banks M. E., Watters T., Robinson M., Tornabene L. L., and 2 others (2012), Morphologic analysis of lunar lobate scarps using LROC NAC and LOLA data, JGRdoi:10.1029/2011JE003907.

12. Osinski G. R., Tornabene L. L. and R. A. F. Grieve (2011), Impact melt and ejecta emplacement on terrestrial planets, EPSL, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2011.08.012.

13. Wray J. J. et al. (2011), Columbus crater and other possible groundwater‐fed paleolakes of Terra Sirenum, Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 116, E01001, doi:10.1029/2010JE003694.

14. *Jones A. P., McEwen A. S., Tornabene L. L., and 3 others (2011), A geomorphic analysis of Hale crater, Mars: insights into the effects of impacts into an ice-rich crust, Icarusdoi:10.1016/j.icarus.2010.10.014.

15. Okubo C. H., Tornabene L. L. and Lanza N. L. (2011), Two-dimensional stability assessment of gully alcoves in Gasa crater, Mars, Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2010.09.025.

16. Golombek M., Robinson K., McEwen A., Bridges N., Ivanov B., Tornabene L. and R. Sullivan (2010), Constraints on Ripple Migration at Meridiani Planum from Opportunity and HiRISE Observations of Fresh Craters, J. Geophys. Res., doi:2010JE003628.

17. Bray V. J., Tornabene L. L., and 8 others (2010), New insight into lunar impact melt mobility from the LRO Camera, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L21202, doi:10.1029/2010GL044666.

18. Glotch T. D., Bandfield J. L., Tornabene L. L., and 2 others (2010), Distribution and formation of chloride salts and phyllosilicates in Terra Sirenum, Mars, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, doi: 2010GL044235.

19. Fairén A. C., Chevrier V., Abramov O., Marzo G. A., Gavin P., Davila A. F., Tornabene L. L.and 10 others (2010), Noachian and more recent phyllosilicates in impact craters on Mars, Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. U.S.

20. Marzo G. A., Davilla A. F., Tornabene L. L., and 7 others (2010), Evidence for Hesperian impact-induced hydrothermalism on Mars, Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.Icarus.2010.03.013.

21. Lang N. P., McSween H. Y., Jr., Tornabene L. L., and 2 others (2010) Re-examining the relationship between Apollinaris Patera and basalts of Gusev crater, Mars, J. Geophys. Res., JGRPlanets, doi:10.1029/2009JE003397.

22. Delamere W. A., Tornabene L. L., and 14 others (2010), Color imaging of Mars by the High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE), Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.Icarus.2009.03.012.

23. Newsom H. E., Lanza N. L. Ollila A. M., Wiseman S. M., Roush T. L., Marzo G. A. Tornabene L. L., and 4 others (2010) Inverted channel deposits on the floor of Miyamoto crater, Mars, Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.Icarus.2009.03.030.

24. McEwen, A. S., HiRISE operations and Science team (alphabetical listing) (2010) The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) during MRO’s Primary Science Phase (PSP), Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.Icarus.2009.04.023.

25. Wray. J. J. et al. (2009) Diverse aqueous environments on ancient Mars revealed in the southern highlands, Geology, 37, doi:10.1130/G30331A.1.

26. Lang N. P., Tornabene L. L., and 2 others (2009), Tharsis-sourced relatively dust-free lavas and their possible relationship to Martian meteorites, J. Volcan. Geotherm. Res.doi:10.1016/j.jvolgeores.2008.12.014.

27. Tornabene L. L., Moersch, J., McSween, H. Y. Jr., Hamilton V., Piatek J., and P. Christensen (2008), Surface and crater-exposed lithologic units of the Isidis Basin as mapped by co-analysis of THEMIS and TES derived data products, J. Geophys. Res., 113, doi:10.1029/2007JE002988.

28. Brown A. J., Byrne, S., Tornabene L. L., and T. Roush (2008) Louth crater: Evolution of a layered water ice mound, Icarus, 196 (2), doi:10.1016/j.Icarus.2007.11.023.

29. McCoy T. J., Sims M. H., Schmidt M. E., Edwards L., Tornabene L. L., and 14 others (2008), Structure, stratigraphy, and origin of Husband Hill, Columbia Hills, Gusev Crater, Mars, J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1029/2007JE003041.

30. Keszthelyi L., Jaeger W., McEwen A., Tornabene L. L., and 3 others (2008), High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) images of volcanic terrains from the first 6 months of the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Primary Science Phase, J. Geophys. Res., 113, E04005, doi:10.1029/2007JE002968.

31. Osterloo M., Hamilton V. E., Bandfield J. L., Glotch T. D., Baldridge A. M., Christensen P. R., Tornabene L. L., and F. S. Anderson (2008), Chloride-bearing materials in the southern highlands of Mars, Science, 319, 1651-1654.

32. Grant J. A., Irwin R. P., Grotzinger J. P., Milliken R. E., Tornabene L. L., and 5 others (2008) HiRISE imaging of impact megabreccia and sub-meter aqueous strata in Holden Crater, Mars, Geology, 36, doi: 10.1130/G24340A.1.

33. McEwen A. S., and the HiRISE science and operations team (2007), A Closer Look at Water- Related Geologic Activity on Mars, Science, 317, doi: 10.1126/science.1143987.


Steven Lord
Senior Research Scientist

Franck Marchis
Senior Scientist & Science Outreach Manager

Refereed articles

87. The First H-band Spectrum of the Massive Gas Giant Planet beta Pictoris b with the Gemini Planet Imager
Chilcote, J. et al., submitted to ApJL, 2014

86. Polarimetry with the Gemini Planet Imager: Methods, Performance at First Light, and the Circumstellar Ring around HR 4796A
Perrin, M. D et al., submitted to ApJL, 2014

85. Gemini Planet Imager Spectroscopy of the HR 8799 planets c and d
Ingraham, P. et al., accepted for publication in ApJ, Sep 2014

84. Composition, Mineralogy, and Porosity of Multiple Asteroid Systems from Visible and Near-infrared Spectral Data
Lindsay, S.S, F. Marchis,J.P. Emery, J.E. Enriquez, M. Assafin, accepted for publication in Icarus, July 2014

83. Multiple asteroid systems (45) Eugenia and (87) Sylvia: sensitivity to external and internal perturbations
Beauvalet, L. & Marchis, F., Icarus 241, 13-25, 2014

82. The Gemini Planet Imager: First Light
Macintosh, B. et al., PNAS 111, 35, 12661-12666, 2014

81. CSI 2264: Simultaneous Optical and Infrared Light Curves of Young Disk-bearing Stars in NGC 2264 with CoRoT and Spitzer—Evidence for Multiple Origins of Variability
Cody, A.M., et al., Astronomical Journal, 147, 4, 82, 47, 2014

80. The puzzling mutual orbit of the binary trojan asteroid (624) Hektor
F. Marchis, J. Durech, J. Castillo-Rogez, F. Vachier, M. Cuk, J. Berthier, M.H. Wong, P. Kalas, G. Duchene, and M. van Dam, ApJL, 783, 2, L37, 2014

79. New insights on the main belt triple asteroid (87) Sylvia
J. Berthier, F. Vachier, F. Marchis, J. Durech, P. Descamps, B. Carry, Icarus 239, 118-130, 2014

78. The hierarchical stability of the seven known large size ratio triple asteroids using the empirical stability parameters
Liu, X., Baoyin, H., Marchis, F., Astrophysics and Space Science, 349, 2, 677-680, 2013

77. FIRST, a fibered aperture masking instrument II. Spectroscopy of the Capella binary system at the diffraction limit
E. Huby, G. Duchene, F. Marchis, S. Lacour, G. Perrin, T. Kotani, E. Choquet, E. L. Gates, O. Lai, A&A, 506, A113, 2013

76. Sizes of main-belt asteroids by combining shape models and Keck Adaptive Optics observations
J. Hanuš, F. Marchis, J. Ďurech, Icarus, 226, 1, 1045-1057, 2013

75. Occultation Evidence for a Satellite of the Trojan Asteroid (911) Agamemnon
B. Timerson, J. Brooks, S. Conard, D. W. Dunham, D. Herald, A. Tolea, F. Marchis, PSS, 87, 78-84, Oct. 2013

74. Characteristics and large bulk density of the C-type main-belt triple asteroid (93) Minerva
F. Marchis, Vachier, F., Ďurech, J., Enriquez, J.E, Harris, A.W., Dalba, P.A., Berthier, J., Emery, J.P., Bouy, H., Melbourne, J., Stockton, A., Fassnacht, C.D., Dupuy, T.J., Strajnic, J., Icarus 224, 1, 178-191, 2013

73. High surface porosity as the origin of emissivity features in asteroid spectra
P. Vernazza, M. Delbo, P.L. King, M.R.M. Izawa, J. Olofsson, R. P. Binzel, F. Marchis, P. Lamy, F. Cipriani, B. Merin, A. Tamanai. Icarus 221, 2, 1162-1172, Dec. 2012

72. Multiple Asteroid Systems: Dimensions and Thermal Properties from Spitzer Space Telescope and Ground-Based Observations
F. Marchis, J.E. Enriquez, J. P. Emery, M. Mueller, M. Baek ,J. Pollock, M. Assafin, R. Vieira Martins, J. Berthier, F. Vachier, D. P. Cruikshank, L. Lim, D. Reichart, K. Ivarsen, J. Haislip, A. LaCluyze, Icarus 221, 2, 1130-1161, Dec. 2012

71. Analysis of the rotation period of asteroids (1865) Cerberus, (2100) Ra-Shalom, and (3103) Eger - search for the YORP effect
J. Ďurech, D. Vokrouhlický, A.R. Baransky, S. Breiter, O.A. Burkhonov, W. Cooney, V. Fuller, N.M. Gaftonyuk, J. Gross, R. Ya Inasaridze, M. Kaasalainen, Yu. N. Krugly, O.I. Kvaratshelia, E.A. Litvinenko, B. Macomber, F. Marchis, I.E. Molotov, J. Oey, D. Polishook, J. Pollock, P. Pravec, K. Sárneczky, V.G. Shevchenko, I. Slyusarev, R. Stephens, Gy. Szabó, D. Terrell, F.Vachier, Z. Vanderplate,M. Viikinkoski, B.D. Warner, B. D., A&A 547, A10 9, Nov 2012

70. YSOVAR: Six Pre-main-sequence Eclipsing Binaries in the Orion Nebula Cluster
M. Morales-Calderón, J.R. Stauffer, K.G. Stassun, F.J. Vrba, L. Prato, L.A. Hillenbrand, S. Terebey, K.R. Covey, L.M. Rebull, D.M. Terndrup, R. Gutermuth, I. Song, P. Plavchan, J.M. Carpenter, F. Marchis, E.V. García, S. Margheim, K.L. Luhman, J. Angione, J.M. Irwin, J. M. , ApJ 753, 2, 149, 17, Jul 2012

69. Volcanic Activity of Io with Keck-10m AO in 2003-2004
F. Marchis, A. Davies, Hom, E.Y., I. de Pater, Icarus, in preparation, Feb. 2012

68. Bulk density of the Triple Main-Belt Asteroid System (93) Minerva
F. Marchis, P. Descamps, J. Berthier et al. Icarus, about to be submitted, Dec. 2011

67. High surface porosity as the origin of emissivity features in asteroid spectra
P. Vernazza, M. Delbo, P.L. King, M.R.M. Izawa, J. Olofsson, R. P. Binzel, F. Marchis, P. Lamy, F. Cipriani, B. Merin. Icarus, about to be submitted, Dec. 2011

66. Multiple Asteroid Systems: Dimensions and Thermal Properties from Spitzer Space Telescope and Ground-Based Observations
F. Marchis, J.E. Enriquez, J. P. Emery, M. Mueller, J. Pollock, M. Baek, M. Assafin, R. Vieira Martins, J. Berthier, F. Vachier, D. P. Cruikshank, L. Lim, D. Reichart, K. Ivarsen, J. Haislip, A. LaCluyze, submitted to Icarus, Dec. 2011

65. On-sky test results with the fibered aperture masking instrument FIRST
E. Huby, G. Perrin, F. Marchis, S. Lacour, T. Kotani, G. Duchene, E. Choquet, E. L. Gates, J. M. Woillez, O. Lai, P. Fedou, C. Collin, and F. Chapron, submitted to A&A, Nov 2011

64. Determination of Binary Asteroid Orbits with a Genetic-based Algorithm
F. Vachier, J. Berthier, F. Marchis, submitted to A&A, Nov 2011

63. Constraining multiple systems with GAIA
L. Beauvalet, V. Lainey, J.-E. Arlot, D. Bancelin, R.P. Binzel, F. Marchis, PSS, Proceeding on GAIA, in revision, Dec 2011

62. Binary Asteroid Population. 2. Anisotropic distribution of orbit 
poles
P. Pravec, P. Scheirich, D. Vokrouhlicky et al., in press Icarus, 2011

61. Asteroid (21) Lutetia as a remnant of Earth’s precursor planetesimals
P. Vernazza, P. Lamy, O. Groussin, T. Hiroi, L. Jorda, P.L. King, M.R.M. Izawa, F. Marchis, M. Birlan, R. Brunetto, Icarus 216, 2, 650-659, 2011

60. YSOVAR: the first sensitive, wide-area, mid-IR photometric monitoring of the ONC
M. Moralez-Calderon, J. R. Stauffer, L. A. Hillenbrand, R. Gutermuth, I. Song, L. M. Rebull, P. Plavchan, J. M. Carpenter, B. A. Whitney, K. Covey, C. Alves de Oliveira, E. Winston, M. J. McCaughrean, J. Bouvier, S. Guieu, F. J. Vrba, J. Holtzman, F. Marchis, J. L. Hora, L. H. Wasserman, S. Terebey, T. Megeath, E. Guinan, J. Forbrich, N. Huélamo, P. Riviere-Marichalar, D. Barrado, K. Stapelfeldt, J. Hernández, L. E. Allen, D. R. Ardila, A. Bayo, F. Favata, D. James, M. Werner, K. Wood. The Astrophysical Journal, Volume 733, Issue 1, 2011

59. High spatial resolution imaging of WASP-33
A. Moya, H. Bouy, F. Marchis, B. Vincente, D. Barrado, A&A 535, A110, 2011

58. Absolute photometry of small main-belt asteroids in 2007-2009
Chiorny, V., Galád, A., Pravec, P., Kušnirák, P., Hornoch, K., Gajdoš, Š., Kornoš, L., Világi, J., Husárik, M., Kaňuchová, Z., Krišandová, Z., Higgins, D., Pray, D. P., Durkee, R., Dyvig, R., Reddy, V., Oey, J., Marchis, F., Stephens, R. D., PSS, Volume 59, Issue 13, p. 1482-1489, 2011

57. Long-Term Evolution of the Aerosol Debris Cloud Produced by the 2009 Impact on Jupiter
A. Sanchez-Lavega et al., Icarus, 214, 2, 462-476, 2011

56. Spectral properties of small bodies (854) Frostia, (1333) Cevenola, and (3632) Chaplin
M. Birlan, D.A. Nedelcu, P. Descamps, J. Berthier, F. Marchis, S. Merouane, MNRAS, 415, 1, 587-595, 2011

55. The Origin of (90) Antiope From Component-Resolved Near-Infrared Spectroscopy
F. Marchis, J.E. Enriquez, J.P. Emery, J. Berthier, P. Descamps, F. Vachier, Icarus 213, 1, 252-264, 2011

54. A spectral comparison of (379) Huenna and its satellite
F. E. DeMeo B. Carry, F. Marchis, M. Birlan, R.P. Binzel, S.J. Bus, P. Descamps, A. Nedelcu, M. Busch, H. Bouy, Icarus 212, 2, 677-681, 2011

53. Triplicity and Physical Characteristics of Asteroid (216) Kleopatra
P. Descamps, Marchis, F., J. Berthuer, J.P. Emery, G. Duchene, I. de Pater, M.H. Wong, H.B. Hammel, F. Vachier, P. Wiggins, J.-P. Teng-Chuen-Yu, A. Peyrot, J. Pollock, M. Assafin, R. Vieira-Martins, J.I.B Camargo, F. Braga-Ribas, B. Macomber, Icarus, 211, 2, 1022-1033, 2011

52. The atmospheric influence, size and asteroidal nature of the July 2009 Jupiter Impact.
G.S. Orton, L.N. Fletcher, C.M. Lisse et al. Icarus, 211, 1, 587-602, 2011

51. Almahata Sitta (=asteroid 2008TC3) and the search for the ureilite parent body
P. Jennisken, J. Vaubaillon, R.P. Binzel, F.E. deMeo, D. Nesvorny, W. F. Bottke, A. Fitzsimmons, T. Hiroi, F. Marchis, J.L. Bishop, P. Vernazza, M.E. Zolensky, J.S. Herrin, K.C. Welten, M.M. Meier, M.H. Shaddad, M&PS, 45, 1590-1671, 2010

50. Asteroid pairs formed by rotational fission
P. Pravec, D. Vokrouhlický, D. Polishook, D. J. Scheeres, A. W. Harris, A. Galád, O. Vaduvescu, F. Pozo, A. Barr, P. Longa, F. Vachier, F. Colas, D. P. Pray, J. Pollock, D. Reichart, K. Ivarsen, J. Haislip, A. LaCluyze, P. Kušnirák, T. Henych, F. Marchis, B. Macomber, S.A. Jacobson, Yu. N. Krugly, A. Sergeev & A. Leroy, Nature 466, 1085-1088, 2010

49. Dynamical Model of (45) Eugenia Triple Asteroid System
F. Marchis, V. Lainey, P. Descamps, J. Berthier, M. Van Dam, I. de Pater, B. Macomber, M. Baek, D. Le Mignant, H.B. Hammel, M. Showalter, F. Vachier, Icarus, 210, 2, 635-643, 2010

48. Eclipsing Binary Trojan Asteroid Patroclus: Thermal Inertia from Spitzer Observations
M. Mueller, F. Marchis, J. Emery, A.W. Harris, S. Mottola, D. Hestroffer, J. Berthier, M. di Martino, Icarus, 205, 2, 505-515, 2010

47. Component-resolved Near-infrared Spectra of the (22) Kalliope System
C. Laver, I. de Pater, F. Marchis, M. Adamkovics, M. H. Wong, Icarus, 204, 2, 574-579, 2009

46. A giant Crater on 90 Antiope?

P. Descamps, F. Marchis, T. Michalowski, J. Berthier, J. Pollock, P. Wiggins, M. Birlan, F. Colas, F. Vachier, S. Fauvaud, J.-P. Sareyan, F. Pilcher, D.A. Klinglesmith, Icarus 203, 1, 102-111, 2009

45. A deep look into the core of young clusters. II. λ-Orionis
J. Bouy, N. Huélamo, N., Barrado Y Navascués, D., Martín, E. L., Petr-Gotzens, M. G., Kolb, J., Marchetti, E., Morales-Calderón, M., Bayo, A., Artigau, E., Hartung, M., Marchis, F., Tamura, M., Sterzik, M., et al. A&A 504, 1, 199-209, 2009

44. On the stability of the satellites of Asteroid 87 Sylvia
O. Winter, L.A.G. Augusto, E. Viera Neto, R.V. Martins, S.M. Giulutti Winter, R. S. Gomes, F. Marchis, P. Descamps, MNRAS, 395, 1, 218-227, 2009

43. A deep look into the cores of young clusters I. s-Orionis
H. Bouy, Huélamo, N., Martín, E. L., Marchis, F., Barrado Y Navascués, D., Kolb, J., Marchetti, E., Petr-Gotzens, M. G., Sterzik, M., Ivanov, V. D., Köhler, R., Nürnberger, D, A&A, 493, 3, 931-946, 2009

42. New insights on the binary system of 121 Hermione
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, J. Durech, J. Emery, A.W. Harris, M. Kaasalainen, J. Berthier, J.-P. Teng-Chuen-Yu, A. Peyrot, L. Hutton, J. Greene, J. Pollock, M. Assafin, R. Vieira-Martins, J.I.B. Camargo, F. Braga-Ribas, F. Vachier, D.E. Reichart, K.M. Ivarsen, J.A. Crain, M.C. Nysewander, A.P. Lacluyze, J.B. Haislip, R. Behrend, F. Colas, J. Lecacheux, L. Bernasconi, R. Roy, P. Baudouin, L. Brunetto, S. Sposetti, F. Manzini Icarus, 203, 1, 88-101, 2009.

41. Structural and compositional properties of brown dwarf disks: the case of 2MASS J04442713+2512164
H. Bouy et al. A&A 486, 3, 877-890, 2008

40. Follow-up observations of binary ultra-cool dwarfs
H. Bouy, E.L. Martin, W. Brander, T. Forveille, X. Delfosse, N. Huelamo, G. Basri, J. Girard,M.-R. Zapatero Osori, M. Stumpf, A. Ghez, L. Valdivielso, F. Marchis, A.J. Burgasser, K.Cruz, A&A, 481, 3, 757-767, 2008

39. Main belt binary asteroidal systems with circular mutual orbits
F. Marchis, P. Descamps, Baek, M., Harris, A.W., Kaasalaneien, M., Berthier, J., Hestroffer, D., Vachier, F., Icarus 196, 1, 97-118, 2008.

38. New determination of the size and bulk density of the binary asteroid 22 Kalliope from observations of mutual eclipses
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, J. Pollock, J. Berthier, F. Vachier, M. Birlan, M. Kaasalainen, A.W. Harris, M. Wong, W. Romanishin, E.M. Cooper, K.A. Kettner, P. Wiggins, A. Kryszczynska, M. Polinska, J.-F. Colliac, A. Devyatkin, I. Verestchagina, D. Gorshanov, Icarus 196, 2, 578-600, 2008.

37. Main belt binary asteroidal systems with eccentric mutual orbits
F. Marchis, P. Descamps, J. Berthier, D. Hestroffer, F. Vachier, M. Baek, Harris, A.W., Nesvorny, D, Icarus, 195, 1, 295-316, 2008.

36. 2007 Mutual Events within the Binary System of (22) Kalliope
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, J. Pollock, J. Berthier, M. Birlan, F. Vachier, F. Colas, P&SS, 56, 14, 1851-1856, 2008.

35. Specific Angular Momentum of Binary Asteroids
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, Icarus 193, 1, 74-84, 2008.

34. Tvashtar awakening detected in April 2006 with OSIRIS at the W.M. Keck Observatory
C. Laver, I. de Pater, and F. Marchis, Icarus 191, 2, 749-754, 2007.

33. Spatially resolved observations of the forbidden SO rovibronic transition on Io during an eclipse and a volcanic eruption at Ra Patera
I. de Pater, C. Laver, F. Marchis, H.G. Roe, B.A. Macintosh, Icarus 191, 1, 172-182, 2007.

32. Io Volcanism seen by New Horizons: a major eruption of the Tvashtar volcano
J.R Spencer, S.A. Stern, A.F. Cheng, H.A. Weaver, D.C. Reuter, K. Retherford, A. Lunsford, J.M. Moore, O. Abramov, R.M.C. Lopes, J.E. Perry, L. Kamp, M. Showalter, K.L. Jessup, F. Marchis, P.M Schenk, C. Dumas, Science, 318, 5848, 240, 2007.

31. Nature of the small main belt asteroid 3169 Ostro
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, T. Michalowski, F. Vachier, F. Colas, J. Berthier, J.-P. Teng-Chuen-Yu, A. Peyrot, B. Payet, J. Dorseuil, Y.Léonie, T. Dijoux, H.Berrouachdi, C. Chion Hock, F. Benard, Icarus, 189, 2, 362-369, 2007.

30. Figure of the double asteroid 90 Antiope from AO and lightcurves observations
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, T. Michalowski, F. Vachier, F. Colas, J. Berthier, D. Hestroffer, M. Assafin, P. Dunckel, K. Miller, M. Polinska, J.-P. Teng-Chuen-Yu, A. Peyrot, R. Vieira-Martins, M. Birlan, Icarus, 187, 2, 482-499, 2007.

29. AIDA: an adaptive image deconvolution algorithm with application to multi-frame and 3D data
Hom, E.F.Y., F. Marchis, T.K. Lee, S. Haase, D. A. Agards, J.W. Sedat, JOSA A, 24, 6, 1580-1600, 2007

28. Io’s Hot Spots, locations and detections
R.M.C. Lopes, J. Radebaugh, M. Meiner, J. Perry, F. Marchis, in Io After Galileo, Eds R.M.C. Lopes & J.R. Spencer, Praxis, Chichester, UK, 307-323, ISBN 3-540-34681-3, 2007.

27. Outstanding Questions and Future Explorations
F. Marchis, J.R. Spencer, and R.M.C. Lopes, in Io After Galileo, Eds R.M.C. Lopes & J.R. Spencer, Praxis, Chichester, UK, ISBN 3-540-34681-3, 2007.

26. Titan Imagery with Keck AO during and after Probe Entry
I. de Pater, M. Ádámkovics, A. H. Bouchez, M. E. Brown, S. G. Gibbard, F. Marchis, H. G. Roe, E. L. Schaller, and E. F. Young, Journal of Geophysical Research, 11107, S05, 2006

25. The PHEMU97 catalogue of observations of the mutual phenomena of the Galilean satellites of Jupiter
J.E. Arlot, W.Thuillot, C. Ruatti, and 61 coauthors, A&A, 451, 733, 2006

24. Photometric survey of binary near-Earth asteroids
P. Pravec, P. Scheirich, P. Kusnirak, and 51 coauthors, Icarus, 181, 63, 2006

23. A low density of 0.8 g cm-3 for the Trojan binary asteroid 617 Patroclus
F. Marchis, D. Hestroffer, P. Descamps, J. Berthier, A. H. Bouchez, R. D. Campbell, J. C. Y. Chin, M. A. van Dam, S. K. Hartman, E. M. Johansson, R. E. Lafon, D. Le Mignant, I. de Pater, P. J. Stomski, D. M. Summers, F. Vachier, P. L. Wizinovich & M. H. Wong, Nature, 439, 7076, 565-567, 2006

22. Shape, size, and multiplicity of main-belt asteroids. I. Keck Adaptive Optics Survey
F. Marchis, M., Kaasalainen, E.F.Y. Hom, J. Berthier, J. Enriquez, D. Hestroffer, D. Le Mignant, I. de Pater, Icarus, 185, 39, 2006

21. Discovery of the Triple Asteroidal System: 87 Sylvia
F. Marchis, P. Descamps, D. Hestroffer, J. Berthier, Nature, 436, 822-824, Aug. 2005

20. Mass and Density of Asteroid 121 Hermione from an Analysis of its Companion Orbit (available)
F. Marchis, D. Hestroffer, P. Descamps, J. Berthier, C. Laver, I. de Pater, Icarus 178, 2, 450-464, 2005

19. Keck AO survey of Io Global volcanic activity between 2 and 5 microns (available)
F. Marchis, Le Mignant, D., F. Chaffee, R. Prange, T. Fusco, S. Kwok, P. Amico, R. Campbell, F. Chaffee, A. Conrad, A. Contos, R. Goodrich, and I. de Pater, Icarus, 176, 96-122, 2005.

18. Near-IR Imaging of Asteroid 4 Vesta (available)
Zellner, N. E. B., S. Gibbard, I. de Pater, F. Marchis, and M. J. Gaffey, Icarus, 177, 1, 190-195, 2005

17. The dynamic neptunian ring arcs: evidence for a gradual disappearance of Liberté and resonant jump of courage
I. de Pater, S.G. Gibbard, E. Chiang, H.B. Hammel, B. Macintosh, F. Marchis, S. Martin, H.G. Roe, and M. Showalter, Icarus, 174, 1, 263-272, 2005.

16. Keck AO observations of Io in and out of eclipse
I. de Pater, F. Marchis, B. Macintosh, H.G. Roe, D. Le Mignant, J.R. Graham, and A. Davies, Icarus, 169, Io Special Issue, 1, 250-263, 2004.

15. Extreme Volcanism on Io: Latest Insights at the End of the Galileo Era (available)
J.S. Kargel, R.W. Carlson, A.G. Davies, B. Fegley, A. Gillespie, R. Greeley, R.R. Howell, K. Lea Jessup, L. Kamp, L. P. Keszthelyi, R. M. Lopes, T. J. MacIntyre, F. Marchis, A. S. McEwen, M. Millazzo, J. Perry, J. Radebaugh, L. Schaefer, N. Schmerr, W.D. Smythe, J.R. Spencer, D.A. Williams, J. Zhang and M. Yu. Zolotoz, EOS Journal, 84, 33, p. 313-318, Aug. 2003.

14. A three-dimensional solution for the orbit of the asteroidal satellite of 22 Kalliope (available)
F. Marchis, P. Descamps, D. Hestroffer, J. Berthier, A. Boccaletti, D. Gavel, and I. de Pater, Icarus, 165, 112-120, 2003.

13. Near-IR coronagraphic imaging of the companion to HR7672 (available)
A. Boccaletti, G. Chauvin, A.-M. Lagrange, F. Marchis, A&A, v.410, p.283-288, 2003.

12. High-resolution Keck Adaptive Optics Imaging of Violent Volcanic Activity on Io (web page and preprint)
F. Marchis, I. de Pater, A. Davies, H. Roe, P. Descamps, D. Le Mignant, B. Macintosh, R. Prangé Icarus, 160, 124-131, 2002.

11. Ground-based imaging of the HD141569 circumstellar disk
A. Boccaletti, J.-C. Augereau, F. Marchis, J. Hahn, Letter to ApJ, 585, 1, 494-501, 2003.

10. No disk needed around HD 199143B (available)
G. Chauvin, T. Fusco, A.-M. Lagrange, D. Mouillet, J.-L. Beuzit, M. Thomson , J.-C. Augereau, F. Marchis, C. Dumas and P. Lowrance A&A, 394, 219-223, 2002.

9. Adaptive Optics Observations of asteroid (216) Kleopatra (available)
D. Hestroffer, F. Marchis, T. Fusco, J. Berthier Research Note, A&A, 394, 339-343, 2002.

8. A second substellar companion in the Gliese 86 system. A brown dwarf in an extrasolar planetary system. (available)
S.G. Els, M.F. Sterzik, F. Marchis, E. Pantin, M. Endl, M. Kurster A&AL, 370, p. L1-L4, 2001

7. First ground-based Astrometric Observations of Puck
P. Descamps, F. Marchis, J. Berthier, R. Prangé, T. Fusco and C. Le Guyader CRAS, Physique 3, p121-128, 2002.

6. Split Comet C/2001 A2 (LINEAR)
E. Jehin, H. Boehnhardt, Z. Sekanina, X. Bonfils, O. Schutz, J.L. Beuzit, M. Billeres, G.J. Garradd, P. Leisy, F. Marchis, A. Mas, L. Origlia, D. Scarpa, D. Thomas, G P Tozzi Earth, Moon, and Planets, 90, 1, 147-151, 2002.

5. A survey of Io's volcanism by adaptive optics observations in the 3.8 micron thermal band (1996-1999)
F. Marchis, R. Prangé, T. Fusco (ONERA). J.Geophys. Res., Io Special Issue, 106, E12, p. 33 141 , 2001.

4. Ground-based Observations of Volcanism on Io in 1999 (reprint available)
R.R. Howell, J.R. Spencer, J.D. Goguen, F. Marchis, R. Prangé, T. Fusco, D. L. Blaney, G. L. Veeder, J. A. Rathbun, G. S. Orton, A. J. Grocholski, J.A. Stansberry. J. Geophys. Res., Io Special Issue, 106, E12, p. 33 129, 2001.v

3. Adaptive Optics mapping of Io's volcanism in the thermal IR (3.8\mum). (reprint available)
F. Marchis, R. Prangé, J.C. Christou Icarus, 148, 384-396, 2000.

2. Adaptive optics observations of the innermost coma of comet C/1995 O1. Is there a "Hale" and a "Bopp" in comet Hale-Bopp?
F. Marchis, H. Boehnhardt, O. Hainaut, D. Le Mignant A&A, volume 349, issue 3, September 1999

1. Optical tolerances of active telescope architectures for Adaptive Optics (available here)
F. Marchis, S. Cuevas Revista Mexicana de Astronomía y Astrofísica, vol. 35, No. 1, 31-44, 1999


Oana Marcu
Research Scientist

John Marshall
Senior Research Scientist

Carol R. Stoker, Nathalie Cabrol, John Marshall, Marsokhod Rover Team, Marsokhod Rover Team, Jeffrey E. Moersch, Ted Roush, 2001. The 1999 Marsokhod Rover Mission Simulation at Silver Lake California: Mission Overview, Data Sets, and Summary of Results Journal of Geophysical Research106, 7639-7664.

John Marshall, 1998. Towards a theory for planetary aeolian transport Geophysical Research Letters

John Marshall, J Borucki, Clayton Bratton, 1998. Aeolian sand transport in the planetary context: Respective roles of aerodynamic and bed-dilatancy thresholds LPSCXXIX, 1131.

L.N. Koppel, John Marshall, 1998. A miniature metal -- ceramic X-ray source for spacecraft instrumentationReview of Scientific Instruments69, 1-5.

John Marshall, 1997. Unique Aeolian Transport Mechanisms on Mars: Respective roles of percussive and repercussive grain populations in the sediment load GSA, A-214

John Marshall, Friedemann Freund, 1996. Aggregation in particulate clouds in astrophysical and planetary settings: Preliminary results from USML-2 LPSXXVII, 811.

John Marshall, Friedemann Freund, Todd B. Sauke, 1996. Microgravity studies of agglomeration in particulate clouds: Implications for volcanic and impact events Geophysical Research Letters

John Marshall, J Borucki, C. Sagan, 1996. Behavior of windblown sand on Mars: Results from single-particle experiments LPSCXXVII, 813.

John Marshall, 1994. Particle Dispersion Experiment (PDE): Preliminary results from the USML-1 gloveboxNASA Conference Proceedings 327211, 717-732.

Glenn Carle, Daniel Kojiro, John Marshall, Todd B. Sauke, Jose Valentin, 1994. Advanced Instrumentation for Exobiology SPIE Proceedings Series2267,

Rocco Mancinelli, Melissa R. White, John Marshall, 1992. Analyses of exobiological and potential resource materials in the Martian soil Advances in Space Science Research12, 111-116.

John Marshall, Ronald Greeley, 1992. An Experimental Study of Aeolian Structures on Venus Journal of Geophysical Research97, 1007-1016.

Verne Oberbeck, John Marshall, 1992. Impacts, Flood Basalts, and Continental Breakup Lunar and Planetary ScienceXXIII, 1013-1014.

Rocco Mancinelli, John Marshall, Melisa R. White, 1992. Anylyses of Exobiological and Potential Resource Materials in the Martian Soil Advances in Space Research12, (4)111-(4)116.

Verne Oberbeck, Hans Aggarwall, John Marshall, 1992. Impacts, Tillites, and the Breakup of GondwanalandJournal of Geology

John Marshall, Guy Fogleman, Ronald Greeley, Raymond Hixon, David W. Tucker, 1991. Adhesion and Abrasion of Surface Materials in the Venusian Aeolian Environment Journal of Geophysical Research96, 1931-1947.

Verne Oberbeck, John Marshall, Thomas Shen, 1991. Prebiotic Chemistry in Clouds Journal of Molecular Evolution32, 296-303.

Judith Huntington, John Marshall, Deborah Schwartz, 1990. Exobiological Implications of Dust Aggregation in Planetary Atmospheres: An Experiment for the Gas-Grain Simulation Facility Fourth Symposium on Chemical Evolution and the Oribook, 26.

John Marshall, Guy Fogleman, Ronald Greeley, 1989. Cold Welding of Aeolian Materials in the Venusian Environment: Experimental and Theoretical Considerations Lunar and Planetary Science

Deborah Schwartz, Rocco Mancinelli, John Marshall, 1989. Crystal Properties as Bio-markers: A Potential MRSR Experiment Origins of Life19, 501-502.

Deborah Schwartz, John Marshall, 1989. Crystal Properties as Bio-markers: A Potential MRSR ExperimentOrigins of Life19, 501-502.

John Marshall, Ronald Greeley, James B. Pollack, David W. Tucker, 0000. Accretionary Layers on Venusian Surface Rocks Produced by Aeolian Impact LPSCXIX, 726-727.


Tim Michaels
Research Scientist

Stillman, D.E., T.I. Michaels, R.E. Grimm (2014), New observations of martian southern mid-latitude recurring slope lineae (RSL) imply formation by freshwater subsurface flows. Icarus, 233, 328-341, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2014.01.017.

Fenton, L.K., T.I. Michaels, R.A. Beyer (2014), Inverse maximum gross bedform-normal transport 1: How to determine a dune-constructing wind regime using only imagery. Icarus, 230, 5-14, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2013.04.001.

Fenton, L.K., T.I. Michaels, M. Chojnacki, R.A. Beyer (2014), Inverse maximum gross bedform-normal transport 2: Application to a dune field in Ganges Chasma, Mars and comparison with HiRISE repeat imagery and MRAMS. Icarus, 230, 47-63, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2013.07.009.

Fenton, L.K., R.K. Hayward, B.H.N. Horgan, D.M. Rubin, T.N. Titus, M.A. Bishop, D.M. Burr, M. Chojnacki, C.L. Dinwiddie, L. Kerber, A. Le Gall, T.I. Michaels, L.D.V. Neakrase, C.E. Newman, D. Tirsch, H. Yizhaq, J.R. Zimbelman (2013), Summary of the Third International Planetary Dunes Workshop: Remote Sensing and Image Analysis of Planetary Dunes, Flagstaff, Arizona, USA, June 12-15, 2012. Aeolian Research, 8, 29-38, doi:10.1016/j.aeolia.2012.10.006.

Zalucha, A.M., T.I. Michaels, N. Madhusudhan (2013), An investigation of a super-Earth exoplanet with a greenhouse-gas atmosphere using a general circulation model. Icarus, 226, 1743-1761, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2012.12.019.

Zalucha, A.M., and T.I. Michaels (2013), A 3D general circulation model for Pluto and Triton with fixed volatile abundance and simplified surface forcing. Icarus, 223, 819-831, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2013.01.026.

Balme, M.R., A. Pathare, S.M. Metzger, M.C. Towner, S.R. Lewis, A. Spiga, L.K. Fenton, N.O. Renno, H.M. Elliott, F.A. Saca, T.I. Michaels, P. Russell, J. Verdasca (2012), Field measurements of horizontal forward motion velocities of terrestrial dust devils: Towards a proxy for ambient winds on Mars and Earth. Icarus, 221, 632-645, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2012.08.021.

Kok, J.F., E.J.R. Parteli, T.I. Michaels, D.B. Karam (2012), The physics of wind-blown sand and dust. Reports on Progress in Physics, 75, 106901, doi:10.1088/0034-4885/75/10/106901.

Silvestro, S., L.K. Fenton, T.I. Michaels, A. Valdez, G.G. Ori (2012), Interpretation of the complex dune morphology on Mars: dune activity, modelling and a terrestrial analogue. Earth Surf. Process. Landforms. doi: 10.1002/esp.3286

Kite, E.S., S.C.R. Rafkin, T.I. Michaels, W.E. Dietrich, M. Manga (2011), Chaos terrain, storms, and past climate on Mars . J. of Geophys. Res., 116 (E10002).

Kite, E.S., T.I. Michaels, S.C.R. Rafkin, M. Manga, W.E. Dietrich (2011), Localized precipitation and runoff on Mars . J. of Geophys. Res., 116 (E07002).

Chojnacki, M., D.M. Burr, J.E. Moersch, T.I. Michaels (2011), Orbital observations of contemporary dune activity in Endeavor crater, Meridiani Planum, Mars. J. of Geophys. Res., 116 (E00F19).

Fenton, L.K., M.A. Bishop, M.C. Bourke, C.S. Bristow, R.K. Hayward, B.H. Horgan, N. Lancaster, T.I. Michaels, D. Tirsch, T.N. Titus, et al. (2010), Summary of the Second International Planetary Dunes Workshop: Planetary Analogs — Integrating Models, Remote Sensing, and Field Data, Alamosa, Colorado, USA, May 18-21, 2010. Aeolian Research, 2, 173-178.

Fenton, L.K., and T.I. Michaels (2010), Characterizing the sensitivity of daytime turbulent activity on Mars with the MRAMS LES: Early results, Mars, 5, 159-171, doi:10.1555/mars.2010.0007.

Bridges, N.T., M.E. Banks, R.A. Beyer, F.C. Chuang, E.Z. Noe Dobrea, K.E. Herkenhoff, L.P. Keszthelyi, K.E. Fishbaugh, A.S. McEwen, T.I. Michaels, et al. (2010), Aeolian bedforms, yardangs, and indurated surfaces in the Tharsis Montes as seen by the HiRISE Camera: Evidence for dust aggregates . Icarus, 205, 165-182.

Hayward, R.K., T.N. Titus, T.I. Michaels, L.K. Fenton, A. Colaprete, P.R. Christensen (2009), Aeolian dunes as ground truth for atmospheric modeling on Mars . J. of Geophys. Res., 114 (E11012).

Clancy, R.T., M.J. Wolff, B.A. Cantor, M.C. Malin, T.I. Michaels (2009), Valles Marineris cloud trails. J. of Geophys. Res., 114 (E11002).

Titus, T.N., T.I. Michaels (2009), Determining Priorities for Future Mars Polar Research . Eos, Transactions American Geophysical Union, 90, October, 351.

Michaels, T.I., and S.C.R. Rafkin (2008), Meteorological predictions for candidate 2007 Phoenix Mars Lander sites using the Mars Regional Atmospheric Modeling System (MRAMS), J. Geophys. Res., 113, E00A07, doi:10.1029/2007JE003013.

Tamppari, L.K., J. Barnes, E. Bonfiglio, B. Cantor, A.J. Friedson, A. Ghosh, M.R. Grover, D. Kass, T.Z. Martin, M. Mellon, T.I. Michaels, et al. (2008), Expected atmospheric environment for the Phoenix landing season and location. J. of Geophys. Res., 113 (E00A20).

Greeley, R., P.L. Whelley, L.D.V. Neakrase, R.E. Arvidson, N.T. Bridges, N.A. Cabrol, P.R. Christensen, Kaichang Di, D.J. Foley, M.P. Golombek, T.I. Michaels, et al. (2008), Columbia Hills, Mars: Aeolian features seen from the ground and orbit . J. of Geophys. Res., 113 (E06S06).

Sta. Maria, M.R.V., S.C.R. Rafkin, T.I. Michaels (2006), Numerical simulation of atmospheric bore waves on Mars. Icarus, 185, 383-394.

Michaels, T.I., A. Colaprete, and S.C.R. Rafkin (2006), Significant vertical water transport by mountain-induced circulations on Mars. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, doi:10.1029/2006GL026562.

Michaels, T.I. (2006), Numerical modeling of Mars dust devils: Albedo track generation. Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, doi:10.1029/2006GL026268.

Greeley, R., R.E. Arvidson, P.W. Barlett, D. Blaney, N.A. Cabrol, P.R. Christensen, R.L. Fergason, M.P. Golombek, G.A. Landis, M.T. Lemmon, T.I. Michaels, et al. (2006), Gusev crater: Wind-related features and processes observed by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit . J. of Geophys. Res., 111 (E02S09).

Michaels, T.I., and S.C.R. Rafkin (2004), Large-eddy simulation of atmospheric convection on Mars. Q. J. R. Meteorol. Soc., 130(599), 1251-1274.

Rafkin, S.C.R., T.I. Michaels, R. Haberle (2004) , Meteorological predictions for the Beagle 2 mission to Mars. Geophys. Res. Lett., 31 (L01703).

Kass, D.M., J.T. Schofield, T.I. Michaels, S.C.R. Rafkin, M.I. Richardson, A.D. Toigo (2003), Analysis of atmospheric mesoscale models for entry, descent, and landing . J. of Geophys. Res., 108 (E12), doi:10.1029/2003JE002065.

Rafkin, S.C.R., T.I. Michaels (2003), Meteorological predictions for 2003 Mars Exploration Rover high-priority landing sites . J. of Geophys. Res., 108 (E12), doi:10.1029/2002JE002027.

Greeley, R., R.O. Kuzmin, S.C.R. Rafkin, T.I. Michaels, R. Haberle (2003), Wind-related features in Gusev crater, Mars . J. of Geophys. Res., 108 (E12), doi:10.1029/2002JE002006.

Rafkin, S.C.R., and T.I. Michaels (2003), Meteorological predictions for 2003 Mars Exploration Rover high-priority landing sites. J. Geophys. Res., 108, doi:10.1029/2002JE002027.

Rafkin, S.C.R., M.R. Sta. Maria, T.I. Michaels (2002), Simulation of the atmospheric thermal circulation of a martian volcano using a mesoscale numerical model. Nature, 419, 697-699.

Rafkin, S.C.R., R. Haberle, and T.I. Michaels (2001), The Mars Regional Atmospheric Modeling System: Model Description and Sel


Robert Morris
Scientific Programmer, Kepler Mission

David Morrison
Director, Carl Sagan Center

Michel Nuevo
Principal Investigator

Niki Parenteau
Research Scientist

Selected publications:

 

Parenteau M.N., Jahnke L.L., Farmer J.D., Cady S.L. (2014) Production and early preservation of lipid biomarkers in iron hot springs. Astrobiology, in press.

Sanromá E., Pallé E., Parenteau M.N., Kiang N.Y., Gutiérrez-Navarro A.M., López R., Montañés-Rodríguez P. (2014) Characterizing the purple Earth:  Modelling the globally-integrated spectral variability of the Archean Earth.  The Astrophysical Journal 780:52-63.

Jahnke L.L., Turk-Kubo K.A., Parenteau M.N., Green S.J., Kubo M.D.Y., Vogel M., Summons R.E., Des Marais D.M.  (2014) Molecular and lipid biomarker analysis of a gypsum-hosted endoevaporitic microbial community.  Geobiology 12:62-82.

Klatt C.G., Inskeep W.P., Herrgard W.P., Jay Z.J., Rusch D.B., Tringe S.G., Parenteau M.N., Ward D.M., Boomer S.M., Bryant D.A., Miller S.M.  (2013) Community structure and function of high-temperature chlorophototrophic microbial mats inhabiting diverse geothermal environments.  Special Issue on Geothermal Biology and Geochemistry in Yellowstone National Park.  Frontiers in Microbiology 4; doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00106

Inskeep W.P., Jay Z.J., Tringe S.G., Herrgåard M.J., Rusch D.B., YNP Metagenome Project Steering Committee and Working Group Members* (2013) The YNP metagenome project: Environmental parameters responsible for microbial distribution in the Yellowstone geothermal ecosystem. Special Issue on Geothermal Biology and Geochemistry in Yellowstone National Park.  Frontiers in Microbiology 4; doi: 10.3389/fmicb.2013.00067. *Member of the photosynthesis working group. 

Parenteau M.N. and Cady S.L. (2010) Microbial biosignatures in iron-mineralized phototrophic mats at Chocolate Pots hot springs, Yellowstone National Park, USA. Palaios 25:97-111. (cover of journal)


Cynthia Phillips
Senior Research Scientist

Phillips, C. B., N. P. Hammond, F. Nimmo, G. Robuchon, R. Beyer, and J. Roberts (2011). Crater relaxation and stereo imaging of icy satellites. AGU Fall meeting, abstract P41F-07.

Hammond, N. P., C. B. Phillips, G. Robuchon, R. Beyer, F. Nimmo, and J. Roberts (2011). Crater relaxation and stereo imaging of Rhea. Lunar Planet. Sci. XLII, abstract 2633.

Bramson, A. M., C. B. Phillips, and J. P. Emery (2011). A search for ongoing geologic activity on Jupiter’s satellites. Lunar Planet. Sci. XLII, abstract 1606.

Phillips, C. B., R. A. Beyer, F. Nimmo, J.H. Roberts, and G. Robuchon (2010). Crater relaxation and stereo imaging of the icy satellites of Jupiter and Saturn. AGU Fall meeting 2010, abstract P21B-1596.

Phillips, C. B., and J. B. Dalton (2010). Scattered Light Correction to Galileo Europa Data and Quantitative Spectral Comparisons. Lunar Planet. Sci. XLI, abstract 2661.

Moore, J., C. B. Phillips, R. Sullivan, J. Spencer, G. Black, and B. Buratti (2009). Surface Properties, Regolith & Landscape Degradation. In Europa, ed. R. Pappalardo, U. Arizona Press.

Burr, D.M., R.E. Jacobsen, D.L. Roth, C.B. Phillips, K.L Mitchell, and D. Viola (2009), Fluvial network analysis on Titan: Evidence for subsurface structures and west-to-east wind flow, southwestern Xanadu. Geophysical Research Letters, 36, L22203, doi:10.1029/2009GL040909 .

Phillips, C. B., and M. Valenti (2009). A Scattered Light Correction to Color Images Taken of Europa by the Galileo Spacecraft: Initial Results. Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P51E-1164.

D. Viola, D. M. Burr, and C. B. Phillips (2009). Some observations on Titan's fluvial networks and channel/valley delineation using Cassini radar imagery. Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P51G-1194.

Phillips, C. B., and 66 co-authors (2009). Exploration of Europa. White paper submitted to Planetary Science Decadal Survey, Space Studies Board, National Academy of Science.

Phillips, C. B., and J. B. Dalton (2009). Combining Galileo SSI and NIMS Spectra for Europa. Lunar Planet. Sci. XL, abstract 1367.

Jacobsen, R. E., D. L. Roth, D. M. Burr, C. B. Phillips, and K. L. Mitchell (2008). Identification, Mapping, and Measurement of Titan Fluvial Features. Eos Trans. AGU, 89(54), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P21A-1315.

Phillips, C.B., and L.A. Grossman (2008). Impact Gardening on Europa. In The Science of Solar System Ices: A Cross-Disciplinary Workshop, p. 129. LPI Contribution #1406, LPI, Houston.

Phillips, C. B., Burr, D. M., and Beyer, R. A. (2007). Mass Movement within a Slope Streak on Mars. Geophys. Res. Lett. 34, L21202.

Chyba, C. F., and C. B. Phillips, Europa, in Planets and Life: The Emerging Science of Astrobiology, ed. W. Sullivan and J. Baross, (Cambridge Univ. Press, Cambridge), 2007.

Phillips, C. B. and C. F. Chyba, Dark Slope Streaks on Mars: Formation, Changes, and Fading. In Mars Water Workshop, NASA Ames Research Center, February 2006.

Phillips, C. B., and W. Cowell, Europa: Geological Activity and Surface – Subsurface exchange, Eos Trans. AGU, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P11B-0117, 2005.

Geissler, P., A. McEwen, C. Phillips, L. Keszthelyi, and J. Spencer, Surface changes on Io during the Galileo mission, Icarus 169, 29-64, 2004.

Phillips, C. B., and C. F. Chyba, Impact Gardening, Sputtering, Mixing, and Surface-Subsurface Exchange on Europa. In Workshop on Europa’s Icy Shell, Past and Present, Abstract #7036, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, 2004.

Phillips, C. B., and C. F. Chyba, Detecting Current Geological Activity on the Galilean Satellites, Eos Trans. AGU, 84(46), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P12A-1051, 2003.

Phillips, C. B., and C. F. Chyba, Methods for Detecting Current Geological Activity on Europa, in Forum on Concepts and Approaches for Jupiter Icy Moons Orbiter, Abstract #9018, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, 2003.

Cooper, J. F., C. B. Phillips, J. R. Green, X. Wu, R. W. Carlson, L. K. Tamppari, R. J. Terrile, R. E. Johnson, J. H. Eraker, and N. C. Makris, Europa Exploration: Science and Mission Priorities, in The Future of Solar System Exploration, 2003-2013, ASP Conference Series, V. 272, ed. M. Sykes, p. 217-252, 2002.

Chyba, C. F., and C. B. Phillips, Europa as an Abode of Life, Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere 32, 47-68, 2002.

Phillips, C. B., and C. F. Chyba, Europa: Prospects for an Ocean and Life, in First Steps in the Origin of Life in the Universe, ed. J. Chela-Flores, Netherlands:  Kluwer Academic Publishers, p. 27-34, 2001.

Chyba, C. F., and C. B. Phillips, Possible Ecosystems and the Search for Life on Europa, Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. USA 98, 801-804, 2001.

Phillips, C. B., J. Moore, and K. Zahnle, Small Comet Abundance and Solar System Location, Eos Trans. AGU, 82(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P32A-0546, 2001.

Phillips, C. B., A. S. McEwen, G. V. Hoppa, S. A. Fagents, R. Greeley, J. E. Klemaszewski, R. T. Pappalardo, K. P. Klaasen, and H. H. Breneman, The Search for Current Geologic Activity on Europa, JGR Planets 105, 22579, 2000.

Phillips, C. B., Voyager and Galileo SSI Views of Volcanic Resurfacing on Io and the Search for Geologic Activity on Europa, PhD Thesis, University of Arizona, 2000.


Stuart Pilorz
Research Scientist

Richard Quinn
Senior Research Scientist

Dalton, J.B., O. Prieto-Ballesteros, J.S. Kargel, C.S. Jamieson, J. Jolivet, R. Quinn, Spectral Comparison of Heavily Hydrated Salts with Distrupted Terrains on Europa, Icarus 177, 472-490, 2005.

Rosa, A.M. Small, R.C. Quinn, F.J. Grunthaner, L. Caceres, B. Gomez-Silva, C.P. McKay. Mars-like soils in the Atacama Desert, Chile. Science, 2003, In review.

 

Zent, A.P., R.C. Quinn, F.J. Grunthaner, M.H. Hecht, M.G. Buehler, C.P. McKay, A.J. Ricco. Mars atmospheric oxidant sensor (MAOS): an in-situ heterogeneous chemistry analysis. Planetary and Space Sci., 51, 167-175, 2003.

 

Zent, A. P., J. Howard, R. C. Quinn. H2O Adsorption on Smectites: Application to Diurnal Variation of H2O in the Martian Atmosphere. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106, 14667-14674, 2001.

 

Haberle, R. M., C. P. McKay, N. Cabrol, E. Grin, J. Schaeffer, A. P. Zent, R. C. Quinn.  On the Possibility of Liquid Water on Present Day Mars. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106, 23317-23321, 2001.

 

Boyton, W.V., S.H. Bailey, D.K. Hamara, M.S. Williams, R.C. Bode, M.R. Fitzgibbon, W.J. Ko, M. G. Ward, K.R. Sridhar, J.A. Blanchard, R.D. Lorenz, R.D. may, D.P. Paige, A.V. Pathare, D.A. Kring, L.A. Leshin, D.W. Ming, A.P. Zent, D.C. Golden, K.E. Kerry, H.V.  Luer, R.C. Quinn. Thermal and Evolved Gas Analyzer: Part of the Mars Volatile and Climate Surveyor Integrated Payload. Journal of Geophysical Research, 106, 17,686-17,698, 2001.

 

Zent, A. P., R. C. Quinn, F. J. Grunthaner, M. H. Hecht, M Buehler,  C. P. McKay, A. J. Ricco. Mars Atmospheric Oxidant Sensor (MAOS): An In-Situ Heterogeneous Chemistry Analysis. Submitted to: Planetary and Space Science, 2001.

 

Quinn, R. C., A. P. Zent. Peroxide Modified Titanium Dioxide: A Chemical Analog to Putative Martian Soil Oxidants. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, 29, 59-72, 1999.

 

Zent, A. P., R. C. Quinn, and M. Madou. A Thermo-Acoustic Gas Sensor Array for Photochemically Critical Species In The Martian Atmosphere. Planetary and Space Science, 46 ,  795-803, 1998.

 

McKay, C. P., F. J. Grunthaner, A. L. Lane, M. Herring, R. K. Bartmann, A. J. Ricco, M. A. Butler, B. C. Murray, R. C. Quinn, A. P. Zent, H. P. Klein, G. V. Levin. The Mars Oxidant Experiment (MOx) for Mars '96. Planetary and Space Science, 46, 769-777, 1998.

 

Quinn, R. C.,M. Madou, A. J. Ricco, A. P. Zent, B. J. Chen, and R. White.  A Performance-Optimized Gas Sensing Array Through Instrument Hybridization. Chemical and Biological Sensors and Analytical Electrochemical Methods; Proceedings of The Electrochemical Society and The International Society of Electrochemistry, 19, 126-133, 1997.

 

Zent, A. P., R. C. Quinn.  Measurement of H2O Adsorption at Mars-like Conditions: Effects of Adsorbent Heterogeneity. Journal of Geophysical Research, 102, 9085-9096, 1997.

 

Grunthaner, F. J., A. J. Ricco, M. A. Butler, A. L. Lane, C. P. McKay, A. P. Zent, R. C. Quinn, B. R. Murry, H. P. Klein, G. V. Levin, R. W. Terhune, M. L. Homer, A. Ksendzov, and P. Niedermann.  Investigating the Surface Chemistry of Mars.  Analytical Chemistry, 67, 605A-610A, 1995.

 

Zent, A. P., R. C. Quinn.  Simultaneous Adsorption of CO2 and H2O Under Mars-Like Conditions and Application to the Evolution of the Martian Climate. Journal of Geophysical Research, 100, 5341 - 5350, 1995.

 

Zent, A.P.  and R.C. Quinn, and B.M. Jakosky.   "Fractionation of nitrogen isotopes on Mars: The role of the regolith as a buffer", Icarus,  112, 537-540, 1994.

 

Quinn, R.C. and J. Orenberg. Simulations of the Viking gas exchange experiment using palagonite and Fe-rich montmorillonite as terrestrial analogs: Implications for the surface composition of Mars,  Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 57, 4611-4618, 1993.



Elisa Quintana
Kepler Mission Research Scientist

Margaret Race
Senior Research Scientist

Race, M.S., 2005.  Societal and Ethical Dimensions of Astrobiology and the Search for Extraterrestrial Life, in Planets and Life: The Emerging Science of Astrobiology,  W.R. Sullivan and J. Baross (eds.), Cambridge University Press, in press.

 

Race, M.S., 2004.  Planetary Protection Considerations for Future Human Missions to Mars, International Astronautical Conference, Vancouver Canada, October 2004, Paper IAC-04-IAA 3.7.2.06

 

Race, M.S., 2004. Communicating About the Discovery of Extraterrestrial Life: Different Searches, Different Issues. International Astronaut. Conf., VancouverCanada, October 2004, Paper IAC-04-IAA.1.1.2.02

 

Race, M.S. 2004. Planetary Protection: Can’t Leave Home Without It! The Planetary Report, XXIV(4), 6-11, Jul/Aug 2004

Race, M.S., M.E. Criswell, and J.D. Rummel, 2003.  Planetary Protection Issues in the Human Exploration of Mars.  Paper Number 2003-01-2523 (invited). International Conference on Environmental Systems (ICES),Vancouver, B.C. July 2003.

Race, M.S. and J.D. Rummel, 2003.  Planning for Mars Sample Return: Design and Implementation Considerations for Handling and Testing Returned Samples.  ICES Paper No. 2003-ICES-403 (invited), International Conferences on Environmental Systems (ICES), Vancouver, BC, July 2003.

 

 

Race, Margaret, "Planetary Protection: An Intregal Part of Mission Preparations," SPACE.com, May 1, 2003.

 

Race et al., 2003.  Societal, Legal, Educational and Communications Issues in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life.  Submitted to Advances in Space Research

 

Race, M.S. and R.O. Randolph, 2002.  The Need for Operating Guidelines and A Decision Making Framework Applicable to the Discovery of Non-Intelligent Extraterrestrial Life.  Advances in Space Research, Vol. 30, No. 6, pp. 1583-91.

 

Race, M.S., 2002.  Responsible Exploration: Protecting Earth and the worlds we explore from cross contamination.  Universe in the Classroom (online newsletter), No. 58, Summer 2002, Astronomical Society of the Pacific.   www.astrosociety.org/education/publications/tnl/58/planetprotect.html

 

Rummel, J.D. and M.S. Race, 2002.  A Sense of Place: Planetary Protection’s Role in Astrobiological Exploration, Ad Astra, 14(1)  Jan/Feb 2002, p 28-31

 

Rummel, J.D., M.S. Race, D.L. DeVincenzi, P.J. Schad, P.D. Stabekis, M. Viso and S. E. Acevedo (eds.), 2002.  A Draft Test Protocol for Detecting Possible Biohazards in Martian Samples Returned to Earth, NASA/CP-2002-211842, Washington, D.C.

 

Race, M.S., D.L.DeVincenzi,  J.D.Rummel and S.E.Acevedo (eds.), 2002. Mars Sample Handling Protocol Workshop Series, Workshop 4 Proceedings and Final Report.  NASA/CP-2002-21184, Washington, D.C.

 

Race, M.S., 2002. Protecting Ourselves Against Mars, SETI Institute News, v. 11(2), p.8.

 

Race, M.S. and J.D. Rummel, 2002.  “Planetary Protection” in Macmillan Space Sciences Reference, USA, vol. 4: Our Future in Space, 0-02-865550-8, p 125-128.

 

Race, M. S., G.T.A. Kovacs, J.D. Rummel, and S. E. Acevedo (eds.), 2001. Mars Sample Handling Protocol Workshop Series. Interim Report of the Workshop Series: Workshop 2 Proceedings and Final Report, NASA/CP 2001-210923, Washington, D.C.

 

Race, M. S., K. Nealson, Rummel,J.D. and S. E. Acevedo (eds.) 2001. Mars Sample Handling Protocol Workshop Series. Interim Report of the Workshop Series: Workshop 3 Proceedings and Final Report.  in press, NASA/CP-2001- 211388, Washington, D.C.

 

Race, M.S. and J.D. Rummel (eds.), 2000. Mars Sample Handling Protocol Workshop Series. Interim Report of the Workshop Series: Workshop 1 Proceedings and Final Report.  NASA/CP-2000-209624, Washington, DC (Oct. 2000)

 

Race, M.S., 2000.  “Planning for Near Earth Asteroid Sample Return: Planetary Protection Controls and Non-Scientific Factors.  In: Proc. of NEA Sample Return Workshop, LPI Contrib. No. 1073(Abstract #8038, page 35) Houston , TX.

 

Race, M.S., 2000.  No Threat? No Way: Hazardous Until Proven Otherwise, The Planetary Report. Nov/Dec 2000, p 5-7.

 

Race, M.S. and D.G. MacGregor, 2000.  Integrating Public Perspectives in Sample Return Planning.  Adv. In Space Research, Adv. Space Res. v 26(12), 1901-09.

 

Orgel, L., M. A’Hearn, J. Bada, J. Baross, C. Chapman, M. Drake, J. Kerridge, M. Race, M. Sogin, and S. Squyres, 2000.  Sample Return from Small Bodies, Adv. In Space Res.  v. 25(2), pp. 239-248.

 

Race, M.S., J. Allton,  C. Allen, and J. Richmond, 1999.  Planning Considerations for Mars Sample Return Containment.  J. American Biological Safety Assn. (JABSA) vol. 4(2), pp.53-59.

 

DeVincenzi, D., J. Bagby, M. Race, and J. Rummel (eds.), 1999.  Proceedings: Mars Sample Quarantine Protocol Workshop, NASA/CP-1999-208772, April 1999. NASAAmesResearchCenter,Moffett Field, CA

 

Race, M. S., J.H. Allton, C.C. Allen, and J. Y. Richmond, 1999.  Containment Design Concepts for Extraterrestrial Sample Materials, in: “An Anthology of Biosafety: I. Perspectives on Laboratory Design,” J. Y. Richmond (ed.), American Biological Safety Association (ABSA), Mundelein, IL

 

MSHARP, 1999, (Carr, M.H., J. Bada, S. Bogard, B. Clark, M. Drake, D. DeVincenzi, D. McCleese, K. Nealson, J. Papike, M. Race, and S. Stahl),  Mars Sample Handling and Requirements Panel, Final Report, NASA/TM-1999 – 209145, Jet Propulsion Laboratory (JPL), Pasadena, CA

 

Race, M. S. and J. D. Rummel. 1999, Bring 'em back alive-- or at least carefully.  Ad Astra 11:37-40.

 

De Vincenzi, D.L., Race, M.S., and H.P. Klein, 1998.  Planetary Protection, Sample Return Missions and Mars Exploration: History, Status and Future Needs.   J. Geophysical Research 103(E12) 28,577-28,585.

 

MacGregor, D.G., P. Slovic, and M.S. Race, 1998.  Lay and Expert Perceptions of Planetary Protection , Report No 98-2, Decision Research, Eugene OR.

 

MacGregor, Donald G., and Margaret S. Race, 1998.   Microbiologists’ Perceptions of Planetary Protection, Report No. 98-3, Decision Research, Eugene OR. 

 

National Research Council, 1998.  (Orgel, L, M. A’Hearn, J. Bada, J. Baross, C. Chapman, M. Drake, J. Kerridge, M. Race, M. Sogin, and S. Squyres)  Evaluating the Biological Potential in Samples Returned from Planetary Satellites and Small Solar System Bodies:  Framework for Decision Making.,  National Academy Press, Washington, D.C.

 

Race, M.S., 1998.  Mars Sample Return and Planetary Protection in a Public Context.   Advances In Space Research 22(3), 391-99.

 

Race, M.S., 1998. Mars Sample Return and Biocontainment.,  J. Amer. Biological Safety Assn., 3(1), 22-24.

 

Randolph, R., M.S. Race, and C. McKay, 1997.  Reconsidering the Ethical and Theological Implications of Extraterrestrial Life., Center for Theology and Natural Sciences CTNS Bulletin v. 17(3), 1-8.

 

Space Studies Board, National Research Council, 1997. Mars Sample Return: Issues & Recommendations.  Task Group on Issues in Sample Return (K.Nealson et al.). NationalAcademyPress, Washington, D.C.

 

Committee for a Study on Transportation and a Sustainable Environment). 1997. Toward a Sustainable Future:  Addressing the Long-Term Effects of Motor Vehicle Transportation on Climate and Ecology. Transportation Research Board, (Ebert, J.D. et al.)   (Special Report 251,NationalAcademy Press, WashingtonD.C.

.

MacGregor, D.L, P. Slovic, and M.S. Race.  1996.  Lay and Expert Perceptions of Planetary Protection.   Decision Research Technical Report no. 96-9. Decision Research, Eugene, OR.

 

Race, M.S. and M. Fonseca, 1996.   Fixing Compensatory Mitigation: What Will it Take?  Ecological Applications 6(1), 94-101.

 

Race, M.S. 1996.  Planetary Protection, Legal Ambiguity and the Decision Making Process for Mars Sample Return.  Adv. Space Res. 18(1/2), 345-350.

 

Race, M.S. 1996.  Mars Sample Return and Biohazards: A Source of Public Concern and Controversy.  In Case for Mars, P. Boston (ed.), American Astronautical Society, University Press, San Diego.

 

Race, M.S. 1995.  Societal Issues as Mars Mission Impediments: Planetary Protection and Contamination Concerns. Adv. In Space Res. 15(3), 285-92.

 

Race, M.S. 1994.  Anticipating the Reaction: Public Concerns about Sample Return Missions.  Planetary Report, xiv(4) , 20-22.

 

Race, M.S., 1989.  Regulation and Guidelines for Biological Control of Weeds: A Research Policy View. In Proceedings of the International Vidalia Symposium, Riverside, CA.

 

Race, M.S. (chair) et al. 1988.  Preserving and Enhancing California’s Drinking Water: A Research Assessment.  U.C. Water Quality Task Force, USWaterResourceCenter Report #70, Issn 0575-4968.

 

Race, M.S. 1986.  Wetlands Restoration and Mitigation Polices: Reply. Environmental Management 10(5): 571-72.

 

Gary, N., H. Daly, S. Locke and M.S. Race. 1985.  The Africanized Honeybee: Ahead of Schedule. California Agriculture 39(11-12): 4-7.

 

Race, M.S. 1985.  A Critique of Present Wetlands Mitigation Policies Based on an Analysis of Past Restoration Projects in San Francisco Bay, CA.  Environmental Management, 9(1): 71-82.

 

Race, M.S. and D.L. Christie. 1982.  Coastal Zone Development: Mitigation, Marsh Creation and Decision Making.   J. Environmental Management 6(4): 317-328.


Kathy Rages
Research Scientist

Rages, K. and J. B. Pollack 1983, Icarus 55, 50-62. “Vertical Distribution of Scattering Hazes in

Titan's Upper Atmosphere.”

 

Rages, K. A. and J. B. Pollack 1984, B.A.A.S. 16, 650. “Scattering Properties and Vertical

Distribution of Saturn Stratospheric Hazes.”

 

Smith, B. A., and 39 co-authors including K. Rages 1986, Science 233, 43-64. “Voyager 2 in the

Uranian System: Imaging Science Results.”

 

Pollack, J. B., K. Rages, S. K. Pope, M. G. Tomasko, P. N. Romani, and S. K. Atreya 1987, J.

Geophys. Res. 92, 15,037-15,065. “Nature of the Stratospheric Haze on Uranus: Evidence

for Condensed Hydrocarbons.”

 

Smith, B. A., and 64 co-authors including K. Rages 1989, Science 246, 1422-1449. “Voyager 2

at Neptune: Imaging Science Results.”

 

Pollack, J. B., J. M. Schwartz, and K. Rages 1990, Science 250, 440-443. “Scatterers in Triton's

Atmosphere: Implications for the Seasonal Volatile Cycle.”

 

Rages, K., J. B. Pollack, M. G. Tomasko, and L. R. Doose 1991, Icarus 89, 359-376.

“Properties of Scatterers in the Troposphere and Lower Stratosphere of Uranus Based on

Voyager Imaging Data.”

 

Rages, K., and J. B. Pollack 1992, Icarus 99, 289-301. “Voyager Imaging of Triton's Clouds

and Hazes.”

 

Baines, K. H., H. B. Hammel, K. A. Rages, P. N. Romani, and R. E. Samuelson 1993. In

Neptune and Triton, (Ed. D. P. Cruikshank), University of Arizona Press, in press. “Clouds

and Hazes in the Atmosphere of Neptune.”

 

Moses, J. I., K. Rages, and J. B. Pollack 1995, Icarus 113, 232-266. “An Analysis of Neptune's

Stratospheric Haze Using High-Phase-Angle Voyager Images.”

 

Rages, K., R. Beebe, and D. Senske 1999, Icarus 139, 211-226. “Jovian stratospheric hazes:

The high phase angle view from Galileo.”

 

Rannou, P, C. Ferrari, K. Rages, M. Roos-Serote, and M. Cabane 2000, Icarus 147, 267-281.

“Characterization of aerosols in the detached haze layer of Titan”.

 

Hammel, H., K. Rages, G. W. Lockwood, E. Karkoschka, and I. dePater 2001, Icarus 153, 229-

235. “New measurements of the winds of Uranus.”

 

Rages, K., H. Hammel, and G. W. Lockwood 2002. “A prominent apparition of Neptune’s

South Polar Feature.” Icarus 159, 262-265.

 

Rages, K. A., S. Lebonnois, and C. P. McKay 2003, B.A.A.S. 35, 1019. “Formation and

transport of jovian equatorial stratospheric hazes”.

Rages, K. A., H. B. Hammel, and A. J. Friedson 2004, Icarus 172, 548-554. “Evidence for

temporal change at Uranus’ south pole”.

 

Hammel, H. B., I. de Pater, S. G. Gibbard, G. W. Lockwood, and K. Rages 2005, Icarus 175,

284-288. “New cloud activity on Uranus in 2004: First detection of a southern

feature at 2.2 microns”.

 

Hammel, H. B., I. de Pater, S. Gibbard, G. W. Lockwood, and K. Rages 2005, Icarus 175, 534-

545. Uranus in 2003: Zonal Winds, Banded Structure, and Discrete Features.

 

Sromovsky, L., P. M. Fry, H. B. Hammel, W. M. Ahue, I. de Pater, K. A. Rages, M. R.

Showalter, and M. van Dam, 2009. Uranus at equinox: cloud morphology and dynamics.

Icarus 203, 265-286


Jeonghee Rho
Research Scientist

Alessandra Ricca
Computational Chemist

“Photochemistry of Polycyclic Aromatic Hydrocarbons (PAHs) in Water Ice II: mid-IR spectroscopy, new photoproducts and PAH erosion”, A. M. Cook, A. Ricca, A. L. Mattioda, J. Bouwman, J. E. Roser, H. Linnartz, J. Bregman, L. J. Allamandola, (2014) submitted to ApJ.

“Magic PAHs”, E. Peeters, L. J. Allamandola, A. G. G. M. Tielens, C. W. Bauschlicher, A. Ricca, M. G. Wolfire, (2014) submitted to ApJ.

“PAH Clusters as Sources of Interstellar Infrared Emission”, J. E. Roser, A. Ricca, (2014) submitted to ApJ.

“Anthracene clusters and the interstellar infrared emission features”, J. E. Roser, A. Ricca and L. J. Allamandola, ApJ (2014) 783, 97.

“The Organism/Organic Exposure to Orbital Stresses (O/OREOS) satellite: radiation exposure in low-earth orbit and supporting laboratory studies of iron tetraphenylporphyrin chloride”, A. M. Cook, A. L. Mattioda, A. J. Ricco, R. C. Quinn, A. Elsaesser, P. Ehrenfreund, A. Ricca, N. C. Jones, S. V. Hoffmann, Astrobiology (2014) 14, 87.

“The NASA Ames PAH IR spectroscopic database version 2.00: updated content, web site, and on(off)line tools”, C. Boersma, C. W. Bauschlicher, A. Ricca, A. L. Mattioda, J. Cami, E. Peeters, F. Sanchez de Armas, G. Puerta Saborido, D. M. Hudgins, and L. J. Allamandola, ApJS (2014) 211, 8.

“Loss of a C2Hn fragment from pyrene and circumcoronene”, C. W. Bauschlicher and A. Ricca, Theo. Chem. Acc. (2014), 133, 1479.

“The infrared spectra of C96H25 compared with that of C96H24”, C. W. Bauschlicher and A. Ricca, Theo. Chem. Acc. (2014), 133, 1454.

“The structure, origin, and evolution of interstellar hydrocarbon grains”, J. E. Chiar, A. G. G. M. Tielens, A. J. Adamson, A. Ricca, ApJ (2013), 770, 78.

“Infrared Vibrational and Electronic Transitions in the Dibenzopolyacene Family”, A. L. Mattioda, C. W. Bauschlicher, J. Bregman, D. M. Hudgins, L. J. Allamandola, and A. Ricca, Spectrochim. Acta A (2013), 130, 639.

 “The infrared spectroscopy of neutral polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon clusters”,
A. Ricca, C. W. Bauschlicher, and L. J.  Allamandola, ApJ (2013), 776, 31.

“The infrared spectra of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons with some or all hydrogen atoms removed”, C. W. Bauschlicher and A. Ricca, ApJ (2013), 776, 102.

“Naphthalene dimer and naphthalene dimer with Ar: calibration calculations and the effect of Ar
on the stability and vibrational frequencies”, C. W. Bauschlicher and A. Ricca, Theo. Chem. Acc. (2013), 132, 1395.

“On the calculation of the vibrational frequencies of C6H4”, C. W. Bauschlicher and A. Ricca, Chem. Phys. Lett. (2013), 556, 1.

“The infrared spectroscopy of compact polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons containing up to 384 carbons”, A. Ricca, C. W. Bauschlicher, C. Boersma, A. G. G. M. Tielens and L.  J.  Allamandola, ApJ (2012), 754, 75.

“Polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon Far-infrared Spectroscopy”, C. Boersma, C. W. Bauschlicher, A. Ricca, A. L. Mattioda, E. Peeters, A. G. G. M. Tielens, and L. J. Allamandola, ApJ (2011), 729, 64.

“The infrared spectroscopy of PAHs with 5,7-membered fused ring defects”, A. Ricca, C. W. Bauschlicher and L. J. Allamandola, ApJ (2011), 729, 94.

“Protonated PAH revisited”, A. Ricca, C. W. Bauschlicher and L. J. Allamandola, ApJ (2011), 727, 128.

“On the calculation of the vibrational frequencies of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons”, C. W. Bauschlicher and A. Ricca, Mol. Phys. (2010), 108, 2647.

“The NASA Ames PAH IR spectroscopic database: the computed spectra”, C. W. Bauschlicher, C. Boersma, A. Ricca, A. L. Mattioda, J. Cami, E. Peeters, F. Sanchez de Armas, G. Puerta Saborido, D. M. Hudgins, and L. J. Allamandola, ApJS (2010) 189, 341.

 “The Far-Infrared Spectroscopy of Very Large Neutral PAHs”, A. Ricca, C. W. Bauschlicher, A. L. Mattioda, and L. J. Allamandola, ApJ 709, 42 (2010).
“The 15 – 20 mm PAH emission features: probes of individual PAHs? ”, C. Boersma, C. W. Bauschlicher, L. J. Allamandola, A. Ricca, E. Peeters, and A. G. G. M. Tielens, A&A, 511, A32 (2010).

“The far-infrared emission from the Mg+-PAH species”, C. W. Bauschlicher and A. Ricca, ApJ 698, 275-280 (2009).

“Far-infrared spectroscopy of neutral coronene, ovalene, and dicoronylene”, A. L. Mattioda, A. Ricca, J. Tucker and C. W. Bauschlicher, L. J. Allamandola, Astronom. J. 137, 4054 (2009).

“Formation of complex organics from acetylene catalyzed by ionized benezene”, P. O. Momoh, A. Soliman, M. S. El-Shall, A. Ricca, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 130, 12848 (2008).

“The gas-phase catalytic formation of H2 by cations” A, Ricca and C. W. Bauschlicher, Chem. Phys. Lett. 463, 327 (2008).

“Electronic and Vibrational Spectroscopy of Diamondoids and the Interstellar Infrared bands between 3.35 and 3.55 microns”, C. W. Bauschlicher, Y. Liu, A. Ricca, A. L. Mattioda and L. J. Allamandola, ApJ 671, 458 (2007).

“The energetics for hydrogen addition to naphthalene cations”, A. Ricca, E. L. O. Bakes and C. W. Bauschlicher, ApJ 659, 858 (2007).

 “Mechanisms for the growth of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) cations”, C. W. Bauschlicher, A. Ricca, and M. Rosi, Chem. Phys. Lett. 355,159 (2002).

“Mechanisms for the incorporation of a nitrogen atom into polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon cations”, A. Ricca, C. W. Bauschlicher, and M. Rosi, Chem. Phys. Lett. 347, 473 (2001).

“On the reaction CH2O + NH3® CH2NH + H2O”, S. P. Walch, C. W. Bauschlicher, A. Ricca, and E. L. O. Bakes, Chem. Phys. Lett. 333, 6 (2001).

“Mechanisms for the incorporation of a nitrogen atom into polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons”, A. Ricca, C. W. Bauschlicher, and E. L. O. Bakes, Icarus 154, 516 (2001).

“The reactions of polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbons with OH”, A. Ricca and C. W. Bauschlicher, Chem. Phys. Lett. 328, 396 (2000).

“Mechanisms for polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon (PAH) growth”, C. W. Bauschlicher and A. Ricca, Chem. Phys. Lett. 326, 283 (2000).

 

 

 


Jon Richards
Senior Software Engineer

Joe Roser
Principal Investigator

Jason Rowe
Research Scientist

Seth Shostak
Senior Astronomer and Director, Center for SETI Research

"The First SETI Observations with the Allen Telescope Array,” Acta Astronautica, v.68, iss.3-4, p.340-346.

What ET Will Look Like and Why We Should Care”, 2010, Acta Astronautica.

"The Allen Telescope Array: The First Widefield, Panchromatic, Snapshot Radio Camera," Proceedings of Science, 2009. (Co-author)

P.R. Backus, J.C. Tarter, M.M. Davis, J.C. Jordan, T.N. Kilsdonk, G.S. Shostak, R. Ackermann, D.R. DeBoer, J.W. Dreher, G.R. Harp, J.E. Ross, R. Stauduhar;  "Galactic Plane SETI Observations with the Allen Telescope Array", Bulletin of the AAS, 37, 1160, 2005.

"When Will We Detect the Extraterrestrials?" Acta Astronautica, 2004, 55, p. 753-758.

"Searching for Sentience: SETI Today," International Journal of Astrbiology, 2003 (in press).

"SETI and the Media," in Bioastronomy 2002: Life Among the Stars, IAU Symposium No. 213, ed. R. P. Norris and F. H. Stootman (ASP, San Francisco), 2002, p. 535.

"A Scheme for Targeting Optical SETI Observations," with Ray Villard, in Bioastronomy 2002: Life Among the Stars, IAU Symposium No. 213, ed. R. P. Norris and F. H. Stootman (ASP, San Francisco), 2002, p. 409.

"A Scheme for Targeting Optical SETI Observations" with Ray Villard, presented at Bioastronomy 2002 Conference, Hamilton Island, Australia, 2002 (in press).

"SETI and the Media" 2002, presented at Bioastronomy 2002 Conference, Hamilton Island, Australia (in press).

"A New Class of SETI Targets" in Astronomical and Biochemical Origins and the Search for Life in the Universe, C. Cosmovici, S. Bowyer, and D. Werthimer eds., Editrice Compositori (Bologna), 1997, p. 719

"A Galactic Center Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligent Signals" Sullivan, W.T. III, Wellington, K. J. Shostak, G. S., Backus, P. R., and Cordes, J. M. in Astronomical and Biochemical Origins and the Search for Life in the Universe, C. Cosmovici, S. Bowyer, and D. Werthimer eds., Editrice Compositori (Bologna), 1997, p. 653

"A Search for Artificial Signals from the Small Magellanic Cloud" S. Shostak, R. Ekers, and R. Vaile, Astronomical Journal, 112, 164, 1996.

"SETI at Wider Bandwidths?" 1995, in Progress in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life, ed. G. Seth Shostak, A.S.P. Conference Series, 74, Astronomical Society of the Pacific ( San Francisco).

Progress in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life , A.S.P. Conference Series, vol. 74, 1995, editor.

Third Decennial US-USSR Conference on SETI  (editor) A.S.P. Conference Series Vol. 47, 1993, Astronomical Society of the Pacific (San Francisco).

Third Decennial US-USSR Conference on SETI , A.S.P. Conference Series, vol. 47, 1993, editor.

"Neutral Hydrogen Observations of the Irregular Galaxy IC 10," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 214, 33, 1989 (with E.D. Skillman).

"'SIGNAL' Search for Intelligence in the Galactic Nucleus with the Array of the Lowlands," Acta Astronautica, 12, 369, 1985 (with J. Tarter).

"Life in the Galaxy?" International Astronomical Union symposium on The Milky Way Galaxy, 1985, p. 623 (ed. H. van Woerden et al).

"HI Synthesis Observations of the High-Redshift Galaxies in Stephan's Quintet," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 139, 15, 1984 (with W.T. Sullivan, III, and R.J. Allen).

"Studies of Nearly Face-On Spiral Galaxies. III. HI Synthesis Observations of NGC 1058 and the Mass Distribution in Galactic Disks," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 134, 258, 1984 (with P.C. van der Kruit).

"Studies of Nearly Face-On Spiral Galaxies. II. HI Synthesis Observations and Optical Surface Photometry of NGC 628," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 132, 20, 1984 (with P.C. van der Kruit).

"A Search for Neutral Hydrogen in Radio Galaxies," Astronomy and Astrophysics Letters, 119, L3, 1983 (with J.H. van Gorkom, R.D. Ekers, R.H. Sanders, W.M. Goss, and T.J. Cornwell).

"The NGC 1961 Group of Galaxies," Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, 202, 21p, 1983 (with S.T. Gottesman and J.H. Hunter, Jr.).

"Color Basics -- A Tutorial," Astronomical Image Processing Circular, 1983 (Space Telescope Science Institute, Baltimore).

"Vertical Motions and the Thickness of HI Disks: Implications for Galactic Mass Models," International Astronomical Union Symposium 100, 1983 (ed., E. Athanassoula, Reidel, Dordrecht), (with P.C. van der Kruit).

"HI Observations of the Irregular Galaxy IC 10," International Astronomical Union Symposium 100, 1983, p. 33 (ed., E. Athanassoula, Reidel, Dordrecht), (with H. van Woerden).

"NGC 1961: Stripping of a Supermassive Spiral Galaxy," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 115, 293, 1982 (with E. Hummel, P.A. Shaver, J.M. van der Hulst, and P.C. van der Kruit).

"Studies of Nearly Face-On Spiral Galaxies. I. The Velocity Dispersion of the HI Gas in NGC 3938," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 105, 351, 1982 (wtih P.C. van der Kruit).

"An HI Synthesis Study of the Galaxy/QSO Pair NGC 6503/1749+70.1," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 96, 393, 1981 (with A.G. Willis and P.C. Crane).

"Stephan's Quintet: HI Distribution at High Redshifts," Astrophysical Journal Letters, 241, L1, 1980 (with S.D. Peterson).

"Wiskundige Modellen in de Sterrenkunde," Stichting TELEAC, course on mathematical models, 1980 (ed. A. Staads), (with T.S. van Albada).

"The Groningen Image Processing System," Proceedings of the ESO Workshop on Two-Dimensional Photometry (ed. P. Crane and K. Kjar, Noordwijkerhout), 1980, p. 169 (with R.J. Allen).

"On Galaxy Masses Determined from HI Profiles," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 81, 371, 1980 (with S.P.R. Casertano).

"Accurate HI Profiles of Several Nearby Galaxies," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 81, 167, 1980 (with R.J. Allen).

"A Search for Broad Band HI Emission from Clusters of Galaxies", Astronomy and Astrophysics, 81, 167, 1980 (with D.P. Gilra, J.E. Noordam, H. Nieuwenhuijzen, T. de Graauw, and J. Vermue).

"The Z Dispersion Velocity of the HI in the Spiral Galaxy NGC 3938," Photometry, Kinematics and Dynamics of Galaxies (ed. D.S. Evans, Austin), 1979, p. 277, (with P.C. van der Kruit and T.S. van Albada).

"Distribution and Kinematics of Neutral Hydrogen in Spiral and Irregular Galaxies," in Photometry, Kinematics and Dynamics of Galaxies (ed. D.S. Evans, Austin), 1979, p. 275 (with H. van Woerden).

"HI Syntheses of Early -Type Galaxies," in Photometry, Kinematics and Dynamics of Galaxies (ed. D.S. Evans, Austin), 1979, p. 213 (with H. van Woerden and U.J. Schwarz).

"Accurate 21-cm HI Spectra of Four Small Galaxies," Astronomy and Astrophysics Supplement, 35, 163, 1979 (with R.J. Allen).

"Integral Properties of Late-Type Galaxies Derived from HI Observations," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 68, 321, 1978

"Galaxy Types and the Shape of HI Profiles," Astronomy and Astrophysics Letters, 58, L31, 1977.

"Neutral Hydrogen Limits to the Space Density of Unseen Galaxies," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 54, 919, 1977.

"HI Observations of Interacting Groups of Galaxies," CNRS Colloquium No 37, 1976, p. 489.

"Making Visible the Invisible Universe," American Cinematographer, June, 1975.

"An HI Study of Scd Galaxies," Astrophysical Journal, 198, 527, 1975.

"Limits to the HI Content of Elliptical Galaxies," Astronomical Journal, 80, 581, 1975 (with M.S. Roberts and S. Peterson).

"Quasars: Can They Shift for Themselves?," GriffithObserver, July, 1974. (Honorable Mention, Hughes Aircraft Popular Essay Award)

"HI Studies of Arp Peculiar Galaxies," Astronomical Journal, 79, 797, 1974 (with S. Peterson).

"A Distance Limit to NGC 7318B in Stephan's Quintet," Astrophysical Journal Letters, 189, L1, 1974.

"Aperture Synthesis Study of HI in the Galaxy IC 10," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 31, 97, 1974.

"HI Emission from Stephan's Quintet," Astrophysical Journal, 187, 19, 1974.

"Aperture Synthesis Study of Neutral Hydrogen in NGC 2403 and NGC 4236: II. Discussion," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 24, 411, 1973.

"Aperture Synthesis Study of Neutral Hydrogen in NGC 2403 and NGC 4236: I. Observations," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 24, 405, 1973 (with D.H. Rogstad).

"Aperture Synthesis Study of Neutral Hydrogen in the Galaxies NGC 6946 and IC 342," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 24, 405, 1973 (with D.H. Rogstad and A.H. Rots).

"Gross Properties of Five Scd Galaxies as Determined from 21-cm Observations," Astrophysical Journal, 176, 315, 1972 (with D.H. Rogstad).

"Aperture Synthesis of Neutral Hydrogen in the Galaxy M101: I. Observations," Astronomy and Astrophysics, 13, 99, 1971 (with D.H. Rogstad).

"Hydrogen Line and Continuum Study of Maffei 2 by Radio Interferometer," Astrophysical Journal Letters, 169, L71,1971 (with L. Weliachew).


Mark Showalter
Senior Research Scientist

J. A. Burns, M. R. Showalter, J. N. Cuzzi, and J. B. Pollack 1980. Physical processes in Jupiter's ring: Clues to its origin by Jove! Icarus 44, 339-360. (See also BAAS 12, 435, 1980; 12, 698, 1980.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter and J. A. Burns 1982. A numerical study of Saturn's F Ring. Icarus 52, 526-544. (See also BAAS 13, 728, 1981.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter, S. J. Ostro, I. I. Shapiro, and D. B. Campbell 1982. Upper limit on the radar cross section of a Pallas satellite. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 14, 725. [Abstract]

J. A. Burns and M. R. Showalter 1983. The puzzling dynamics of Saturn's F Ring. In The Motion of Planets and Natural and Artificial Satellites (S. Ferraz-Mello and P.E. Nacozy, Eds.), pp. 201-213. São Paulo Press, Brazil. [Abstract]

J. A. Burns, M. R. Showalter, J. N. Cuzzi, and R. Durisen 1983. Saturn's electrostatic discharges: Could lightning be the cause? Icarus 54, 280-295. (See also Eos 63, 156, 1982; BAAS 14, 747, 1982.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter 1984. The effects of shepherd conjunctions on Saturn's F Ring. In Planetary Rings (A. Brahic, Ed.), pp. 423-429. CNES, Toulouse, France. [Abstract]

J. A. Burns, M. R. Showalter, and G. E. Morfill 1984. The ethereal rings of Jupiter and Saturn. In Planetary Rings (R. J. Greenberg and A. Brahic, Eds.), pp. 200-272. University of Arizona Press, Tucson. [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter 1985. Jupiter's ring system resolved: Physical properties inferred from the Voyager images. Doctoral Dissertation, Cornell University, xiii+213 pp. [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter, J. A. Burns, J. N. Cuzzi, and J. B. Pollack 1985. The discovery of Jupiter's "gossamer" ring. Nature 316, 526-528. (See also BAAS 15, 815, 1983; 15, 1013-1014, 1983; 16, 674-675 1984.) [Abstract]

J. A. Burns, L. E. Schaffer, R. J. Greenberg, and M. R. Showalter 1985. Lorentz resonances and the structure of the Jovian ring. Nature 316, 115-119. (See also BAAS 16, 675, 1984.) [Abstract]

P. D. Nicholson, M. R. Showalter, and K. Matthews 1985. High-resolution "images" of the Uranian rings derived from Stellar Occultation data. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 17, 699. [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter, J. N. Cuzzi, E. A. Marouf, and L. W. Esposito 1986. Satellite "wakes" and the orbit of the Encke Gap moonlet. Icarus 66, 297-323. (See also BAAS 15, 813, 1983; 16, 676, 1984; 17, 716, 1985.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter, J. A. Burns, J. N. Cuzzi, and J. B. Pollack 1987. Jupiter's ring system: New results on structure and particle properties. Icarus 69, 458-498. (See also BAAS 15, 815, 1983; 16, 674, 1984; 16, 675, 1984.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter 1989. Anticipated time-variations in (our understanding of) Jupiter's ring system. In Time-Variable Phenomena in the Jovian System (M. J. S. Belton, R. A. West, and J. Rahe, Eds.), NASA SP-494, pp. 116-125. (Invited review presented at the Workshop on Time-Variable Phenomena in the Jovian System, Flagstaff, Arizona, 25-27 August 1987.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter 1989. Summary of E and G Ring Photometry. JPL PD 699-11, Vol. XIII, pp. (5-B-1)-(5-B-23). (See also BAAS 20, 855, 1988; 21, 930, 1989.)

B. A. Smith, and 64 other authors 1989. Voyager 2 at Neptune: Imaging science results. Science 246, 1422-1449. [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter and P. D. Nicholson 1990. Saturn's rings through a microscope: Particle size constraints from the Voyager PPS scan. Icarus 87, 285-306. (See also BAAS 18, 767, 1986; 19, 885. 1987.) [Abstract]

R. A. Kolvoord, J. A. Burns, and M. R. Showalter 1990. Periodic features in Saturn's F Ring. Nature 345, 695-697. (See also BAAS 21, 929-930, 1989.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter 1991. Visual detection of 1981S13, Saturn's eighteenth satellite, and its role in the Encke Gap. Nature 351, 709-713. (See also BAAS 22, 1040-1041, 1990.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter 1991. Dust in planetary ring systems. In Origin and Evolution of Interplanetary Dust (A. C. Levasseur-Regourd and H. Hasegawa, Eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, Japan, pp. 349-356. (Invited review presented at IAU Colloquium #126, "Origin and Evolution of Interplanetary Dust,", Kyoto, Japan, 27-30 August 1990.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter, J. N. Cuzzi, and S. M. Larson 1991. Structure and particle properties of Saturn's E Ring. Icarus 94, 451-473. (See also BAAS 20, 855, 1988; 21, 930, 1989.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter 1992. A survey of the narrow planetary rings. Eos 73, supplement, 177. (Invited review presented at the AGU meeting, Montreal, Quebec, 12-16 May 1992.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter, J. B. Pollack, M. E. Ockert, L. R. Doyle, and J. Brad Dalton 1992. A photometric study of Saturn's F Ring. Icarus 100, 394-411. (See also BAAS 19, 883, 1987; 20, 854, 1988.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter, and J. N. Cuzzi 1993. Seeing ghosts: Photometry of Saturn's G Ring. Icarus 103, 124- 143. (See also BAAS 20, 855, 1988; 21, 930, 1989.) [Abstract]

L. Dones, J. N. Cuzzi, and M. R. Showalter 1993. Voyager photometry of Saturn's A Ring. Icarus 105, 184-215. [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter 1995. Arcs and clumps in the Uranian Lambda Ring. Science 267, 490-493. (See also BAAS 25, 1109, 1993.) [Abstract]

A. S. Bosh and M. R. Showalter 1995. First results from the 1995 Saturn ring plane crossings. BAAS 27, 88. (Invited review presented at the 1995 DPS Meeting.) [Abstract]

A. L. Graps, M. R. Showalter, J. J. Lissauer, and D. M. Kary 1995. Optical depth profiles and stream lines of the Uranian Epsilon Ring. Astron. J. 109, 2262- 2273. (See also BAAS 19, 884, 1987; 21, 949, 1989; 25, 1109, 1993.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter, K. J. Bollinger, J. N. Cuzzi, and P. D. Nicholson 1996. The Rings Node for the Planetary Data System. Planet. Space Sci. 44, 33-45. [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter 1996. Saturn's D Ring in the Voyager images. Icarus 124, 677-689. [Abstract]

I. de Pater, M. R. Showalter, J. J. Lissauer, and J. R. Graham 1996. Keck infrared observations of Saturn's E and G Rings during Earth's 1995 ring plane crossings. Icarus 121, 195-198. (See also BAAS 27, 1995.) [Abstract]

L. J. Horn, M. R. Showalter, and C. T. Russell 1996. Detection and behavior of Pan wakes in Saturn's A Ring. Icarus 124, 663-676. (See also BAAS 24, 1036, 1992.) [Abstract]

P. D. Nicholson, M. R. Showalter, L. Dones, R. G. French, S. M. Larson, J. J. Lissauer, C. A. McGhee, P. Seitzer, B. Sicardy, and G. E. Danielson 1996. HST observations of Saturn's ring plane crossings in August and November 1995. Science 272, 509-515. (See also BAAS 27, 1995.) [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter 1997. Jupiter: Ring System. In Encyclopedia of Planetary Sciences (J. H. Shirley and R. W. Fairbridge, Eds), Chapman and Hall, London, pp. 373-375.

M. R. Showalter 1998. Detection of centimeter-sized meteoroid impact events in Saturn's F Ring. Science 282, 1099-1102. [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter 1999. Neptune's misbehaving rings. Nature 400, 709-710. I. de Pater, M. R. Showalter, J. A. Burns, P. D. Nicholson, M. C. Liu, D. P. Hamilton, and J. R. Graham 1999. Keck infrared observations of Jupiter's ring system near Earth's 1997 ring plane crossing. Icarus 138, 214-223. [Abstract]

J. A. Burns, M. R. Showalter, D. P. Hamilton, P. D. Nicholson, I. de Pater, M. E. Ockert-Bell, and P. C. Thomas 1999. The formation of Jupiter's faint rings. Science 284, 1146-1150. [Abstract]

J. A. Burns, D. P. Hamilton, and M. R. Showalter 2001. Circumplanetary Dust: Observations and Simple Physics. In Interplanetary Dust (E. Gruen, B. A. S. Gustafson, S. F. Dermott, and H. Fechtig, Eds.), Springer-Verlag, Berlin, pp. 641-725. [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter, D. P. Hamilton, and P. D. Nicholson 2001. A Search for Martian dust rings. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 33, 1095. [Abstract]

J. A. Burns, D. P. Hamilton, and M. R. Showalter 2002. Bejeweled worlds. Scientific American 286, No. 2, pp. 52-61. [Abstract]

L. Spilker, C. Ferrari, M. Showalter, J. Cuzzi, R. Achterberg, J. Pearl, M. Flasar, V. Kunde, S. Edberg, B. Wallis, J. Aiello, and S. Edington 2002. Cassini CIRS observations of Saturn's rings. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 34, 900. [Abstract]

M. R. Showalter and J. J. Lissauer 2003. Satellites of Uranus. IAU Circular #8194.

M. R. Showalter and J. J. Lissauer 2003. S/2003 U 1 and S/2003 U 2. IAU Circular #8209.

R. H. Brown, K. H. Baines, G. Bellucci, J. P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, R. Jasumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Menella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, S. Amici, M. A. Chamberlain, G. Filacchione, G. Hansen, K. Hibbitts, and M. Showalter 2003. Observations with the Visual and Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (VIMS) during Cassini's flyby of Jupiter. Icarus 164, 461-470. [Abstract]

P. R. Estrada, J. N. Cuzzi, and M. R. Showalter 2003. Voyager color photometry of Saturn's main rings: A correction. Icarus 166, 212-222. [Abstract]

V. Formisano, E. d'Aversa, G. Bellucci, K. H. Baines, J. P. Bibring, R. H. Brown, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, R. Jasumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Menella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, M. C. Chamberlain, G. Hansen, K. Hibbits, M. Showalter, and G. Filacchione 2003. Cassini-VIMS at Jupiter: solar occultation measurements using Io. Icarus 166, 75-84. [Abstract]

L. Spilker, C. Ferrari, J. N. Cuzzi, M. Showalter, J. Pearl, and B. Wallis 2003. Saturn's rings in the thermal infrared. Planetary and Space Science 51, 929-935. [Abstract]

Mark R. Showalter 2004. Disentangling Saturn's F Ring I. Clump orbits and lifetimes. Icarus 171, 356-371, 2004. [Abstract]

G. Belluci, V. Formisano, E. D'Aversa, R. H. brown, K. H. Baines, J. P. Bibring, B. J. Buratti, F. Capaccioni, P. Cerroni, R. N. Clark, A. Coradini, D. P. Cruikshank, P. Drossart, R. Jaumann, Y. Langevin, D. L. Matson, T. B. McCord, V. Menella, R. M. Nelson, P. D. Nicholson, B. Sicardy, C. Sotin, M. C. Chamberlain, G. Hansen, K. Hibbits, M. Showalter, and G. Filacchione 2004. Principal components analysis of Jupiter VIMS spectra. Advances in Space Research 34, 1640-1646. [Abstract]

S. M. Brooks, L. W. Esposito, M. R. Showalter, and H. B. Throop 2004. The size distribution of Jupiter's main ring from Galileo imaging and spectroscopy. Icarus 170, 35-37. (See also BAAS 32, 1090-1091, 2000; BAAS 33, 1095, 2001; LPSC Abstracts 32, 2146, 2001; BAAS 34, 884, 2002; [Abstract]

Burns, J. A., D. P. Simonelli, M. R. Showalter, D. P. Hamilton, C. C. Porco, H. Throop, and L. W. Esposito 2004. Jupiter's Ring-Moon System. In Jupiter: The Planet, Satellites and Magnetosphere (F. Bagenal, Ed.), Cambridge University Press, pp. 241-262.

I. de Pater, S. C. Martin, and M. R. Showalter 2004. Keck near-infrared observations of Saturn's E and G rings during Earth's ring plane crossing in August 1995. Icarus 172, 446-454. [Abstract]

H. B. Throop, C. C. Porco, R. A. West, J. A. Burns, M. R. Showalter, and P. D. Nicholson 2004. The jovian rings: new results derived from Cassini, Galileo, Voyager, and Earth-based observations. Icarus 172, 59-77. (See also BAAS 34, 884, 2002; BAAS 35, 930, 2003). [Abstract]

I. de Pater, S. Gibbard, E. Chiang, H. B. Hammel, B. Macintosh, F. Marchis, S. Martin, H. G. Roe, and M. R. Showalter. The dynamic Neptunian ring acs: Evidence for a gradual disappearance of Liberte and resonant jump of courage. Icarus, in press. [Abstract]

L. Dones, M. R. Showalter, R. H. Durisen, R. K. Honeycutt, J. S. Jurcevic, R. Tripoli, and C. Strom. A search for Saturnian moonlets using the WIYN telescope. Submitted. [Abstract]

G. Verbanac, I. de Pater, M. R. Showalter, and J. J. Lissauer 2005. Keck infrared observations of Saturn's main ring system surrounding Earth's August 1995 ring plane crossing. Submitted. [Abstract]


Jeffrey Smith
Principal Investigator, Scientific Programmer

Pablo Sobron
Research Scientist

David Summers
Senior Research Scientist

David Summers, 1999. Sources and Sinks for Ammonia and Nitrite on the Early Earth and the Reaction of Nitrite with Ammonia Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere29, 33-46.

David Summers, Narcinda Lerner, 1998. Ammonia from Iron(II) Reduction of Nitrite and the Strecker Synthesis: Do Iron(II) and Cyanide Interfere with Each Other? Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere28, 1-11.

David Summers, Sherwood Chang, 1996. Experimental Results on the Prebiotic Fixation of Nitrogen Under a Neutral Atmosphere by Iron(II) Circumstellar Habitalbe Zones-Proceedings of the F

David Summers, Narcinda Lerner, 1996. Strecker Synthesis Using Ammonia from Iron(II) Reduction of Nitrite: Do Iron(II) and Cyanide Interfere with Each Other? Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere26, 221-222.

David Summers, Sherwood Chang, 1993. Prebiotic Ammonia from Iron(II) Reduction of Nitrite on the Early Earth Nature365, 630-633.


Jill Tarter
Bernard Oliver Chair

Liebert, J., Allen, C., Schweizer, F., and Tarter, J.C.  “Evolution of Super-Helium Rich 2 MO Stars,” P.A.S.P. 83, p. 626 (1971).

Silk, J. and Tarter, J.C.  “Groups and Clusters of Galaxies:  The Case for a Clumpy Intergalactic Medium,” Ap. J.183, p. 387 (1973).

Tarter, J.C. and Silk, J.  “Current Constraints on Hidden Mass in the Coma Cluster,” Q.J.R.A.S. 15, p. 122 (1974).

Wright, M., Tarter, J.C., and Silk, J.  “Limits on the Neutral Hydrogen Content of Coma and Other Clusters,”Astron. & Astrophys. 36, p. 441 (1974).

Cuzzi, J.N., Black, D.C., Clark, T.A., and Tarter, J.C.  “SETI:  A Preliminary Search for Narrowband Signals at Microwave Frequencies.”  Proceedings of COSPAR Meeting, June 1977, Tel Aviv, Israel (1977).

Black, D.C., Cuzzi, J.N., Clark, T.A., Tarter, J.C., and Connors, M.  “Searching for Extraterrestrial Intelligence:  The Ultimate Exploration,” Mercury, July-August, 3 (1977).

Tarter, J.C.  “Brown Dwarfs and Black Holes,” Astronomy, April 18 (1978).

Tarter, J.C.  “Some Problems with the Interpretation of Recent Microwave Background Observations in the Direction of Galaxy Clusters, or, Beware of Negative Antenna Temperatures,” Ap. J. 220, pp. 749-755 (1978).

Tarter, J.C. and Wright, M.C.H.  “Improved Limits of Intergalactic Intracluster HI in the Coma Cluster,” Astron. & Astrophys. 76, p. 127 (1979). 

Tarter, J.C., Cuzzi, J.N., Black, D.C., Clark, T.A., Stull, M., and Drake, F.D.  “SETI:  High Sensitivity Searches at NASA with High Speed Tape Recorders.”  Paper #79-A-43 from 8th International CETI Review Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics in Munich, Germany (1979).

Zuckerman, B. and Tarter, J.C.  “Is There Anyone Out There?”  Nature 281, p. 528 (1979).

Tarter, J.C.  “Radio Searches for Other Civilizations.”  Proceedings of Conference on Life in the Universe sponsored by UNESCO, Council of Europe GRECC, November 1979, Paris, France (1979).

Tarter, J.C.  “The Cosmic Haystack.”  Nov. 16th presentation as special consultant to Harlan Smith Working Group on SETI of the National Academy of Sciences Astronomy and Astrophysics for the 1980s Survey Committee (1979).

Tarter, J.C., Cuzzi, J., Black, D.C., and Clark, T.A.  “A High Sensitivity Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence at 18 CM,” Icarus 42, p. 136 (1980).

Tarter, J.C.  “Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence:  Report on IAA 8th Annual CETI Review in Munich, Germany,” Cosmic Search 2, p. 18 (1980).

Tarter, J.C.  “Life in the Universe:  Report on a Conference of the Council of Europe in Paris, France,” Cosmic Search, 2, p. 19 (1980).

Reynolds, R.T., Tarter, J.C., and Walker, R.G.  “A Proposed Search of the Solar Neighborhood for Sub-Stellar Objects,” Icarus 44, p. 772 (1980).

J. Billingham, J., Edelson, R., Gulkis, S., Olsen, E.T., Oliver, B.M., Tarter, J.C., and Seeger, C.L.  “A Search Strategy for SETI.”  Paper #IAA-80-57 presented at 9th CETI Review Meeting of the International Academy of Astronautics in Tokyo, Japan (1980).

Bowyer, C.S., Zeitlin, G.M., Tarter, J.C., Lampton, M., and Welch, W.  “Analysis of SETI Data Collected in the Parasitic Mode.”  Paper #IAA-80-58 from 9th International CETI Review Meeting of the International Academy of Astronautics in Tokyo, Japan (1980).

Zuckerman, B. and Tarter, J.C.  “Microwave Searches in the U.S.A. and Canada,” Strategies for the Search for Life in the Universe, M. D. Papagiannis (ed.), D. Reidel Publishing Co., pp. 81-92 (1981).

Gulkis, S., Olsen, E.T., and Tarter, J.C.  “A Bimodal Search Strategy for SETI,” Strategies for the Search for Life in the Universe, M. D. Papagiannis (ed.), D. Reidel Publishing Co., pp. 93-105 (1981). 

Wolfe, J., Edelson, R.E., Billingham, J., Crow, R.B., Gulkis, S., Olsen, E.T., Oliver, B.M., Peterson, A.M., Seeger, C.L., and Tarter, J.C.  “SETI - The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence:  Plans and Rationale,” Life in the Universe, J. Billingham (ed.), The MIT Press, pp. 391-417 (1981).

Tarter, J.C. and Israel, F.P.  “A Symbiotic Approach to SETI Observations:  Use of Radio Maps from the Westerbork Synthesis Radio Telescope.”  Paper #IAA-81-299 from 10th International CETI Review Symposium of the International Academy of Astronautics in Rome, Italy, September, 1981; Acta Astronautica9, pp. 415-419 (1982).

Tarter, J.C. and Israel, F.P.  “A Symbiotic Approach to SETI:  Use of Radio Maps from the Westerbork Synthesis Telescope!”  Bull. AAS 13, p. 840.  Poster paper presented at the 159th AAS Meeting, Boulder, Colorado (1982).

Tarter, J.C.  “Searching for Them:  Interstellar Communication,” Astronomy, October issue (1982).

Tarter, J.C.  “Synopsis of International Activities Relating to the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI).”  Briefing paper prepared for Senator William Proxmire and staff at the request of Dr. Carl Sagan (Planetary Society) (1982). 

Bowyer, C.S., Zeitlin, G.M., Tarter, J.C., Lampton, M., and Welch, W.  “The Berkeley Parasitic SETI Program.”  Paper #F.1.4.6 presented by C. S. Bowyer at Twenty-Fourth COSPAR Meeting in Ottawa, Canada (to be published in Advances in Space Exploration) (1982).

Shostak, S. and Tarter, J.C.  “SIGNAL (Search for Intelligence in the Galactic Nucleus with the Array of the Lowlands).”  Paper #IAA-82-262 presented at 11th CETI Review Meeting of the Academy of Astronautics in Paris, France (1982).  Published in ActAstronautica, Vol. 12 No. 5, p. 369 (1985).

Tarter, J.C., Duquet, R.T., Clark, T., and Lesyna, L.  “Recent SETI Observations at Arecibo.”  Paper #IAA-82-263 presented at 11th CETI Review Meeting of the International Academy of Astronautics in Paris, France.  Bull. AAS. 14, p. 885, poster paper presented at the 161st AAS Meeting, Boston, MA (1982).  Acta Astronautica 10, p. 277 (1983).

Bowyer, C.S., Zeitlin, G.M., Tarter, J.C., Lampton, M., and Welch, W.  “The Berkeley Parasitic SETI Program,”Icarus 53, pp. 147-155 (1983).

Tarter, J.C. and Lawless, J.  “Book Review of Space Travelers:  The Bringers of Life by Fred Hoyle and Chandra Wickramasinghe,” Sky and Telescope 65, p. 331 (1983).

Tarter, J.C.  “SETI Program.”  Letter to Science 22, April, p. 359 (1983).

Tarter, J.C.  “NASA’s First Systematic Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI):  Implications of this Conference.”  Paper presented at Conference on Interstellar Migration in Los Alamos, New Mexico, May 23-25 (1983).  Published in Interstellar Migration and the Human Experience, B. R. Finney and E. M. Jones (eds.), University of California Press (1985).

Tarter, J.C.  “SETI at Arecibo,” The Planetary Report 3, p. 16 (1983).

Tarter, J.C.  “SETI and Serendipity,” SETI Science Working Group Report, F. Drake and J. Wolfe (eds.), NASA Technical Publication 2244, p. 91, 93 (1983).

Tarter, J.C.  “SETI and Serendipity,” Bull. AAS 15, p. 1001 (1983).  Poster Paper presented at 163rd AAS Meeting, Las Vegas, Nevada, Jan. 8-11 (1984).

Tarter, J.C.  “SETI and Serendipity.”  Paper #IAA-83-282 presented at 12th CETI Review Meeting of the International Academy of Astronautics in Budapest, Hungary, (1983) Acta Astronautica 11, p. 387 (1984).

Tarter, J.C.  “Report from Budapest:  CETI,” Spaceflight 26, p. 142 (1984).

Tarter Committee.  “Background Paper on Observational Exobiology,” prepared for First Workshop on Exobiology from Earth Orbit at NASA Ames Research Center, August (1984).

Tarter, J.C.  “Report from the SETI Observatory.”  Talk presented at URSI General Assembly August 28 - September 5 (1984).

Tarter, J.C.  “The Detectability of Extraterrestrials and How to Search (SETI) for Them.”  Published inExtraterrestrials:  Science and Alien Intelligence, E. Regis (ed.), Cambridge University Press (1985).

Tarter, J.C.  “SETI Observations Worldwide.”  Published in Proceedings of IAU Symposium 112, M. D. Papagiannis (ed.), D. Reidel Publishing Company, pp. 271-289 (1985).

Tarter, J.C.  “SETI Observations Worldwide.”  Published in The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence, K. I. Kellerman and G. A. Seielstad (eds.) (1985).

Wertheimer, D., Tarter, J.C., and Bowyer, C.S.  “SERENDIP II Design.”  Published in Proceedings of IAU Symposium 112, M. D. Papagiannis (ed.), D. Reidel Publishing Company, pp. 421-424 (1985).

Tarter, J.C.  “Using the Very Large Array (VLA) and Other Radio Telescopes to Perform a Parasitic Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI).”  Paper #IAF-84-245 from the 13th International CETI Review Meeting of the International Academy of Astronautics in Lausanne, Switzerland (1984).  Acta Astronautica Vol. 12  No. 11, pp. 959-962 (1985).

Tarter, J.C.  “Parasitic, Piggyback and Opportunistic SETI:  It’s Cheap and It Just Might Work!”  Bull. AAS 16, p. 999 (1985).  Poster paper presented at 165th AAS Meeting, Tucson, Arizona, January 13-16 (1985).

Tarter, J.C.  “Preliminary Results of SETI Field Tests at Goldstone.”  Talk presented at North American Radio Science (URSI) Meeting, Vancouver, B.C., June 17-21 (1985).

Tarter, J.C.  “Observational Exobiology.”  Talk presented at Second Symposium on Chemical Evolution and the Origin and Evolution of Life, Moffett Field, CA, July 23-26 (1985).

Tarter, J.C.  “Goldstone Field Test Activities:  Target Search.”  Talk presented at Second Symposium on Chemical Evolution and the Origin and Evolution of Life, Moffett Field, CA, July 23-26 (1985).

Tarter, J.C., Black, D.C., Billingham, J.  “Review of Methodology and Technology Available for the Detection of Extrasolar Planetary Systems.”  Paper #IAA-85-493 presented at Symposium on Interstellar Space Exploration of the International Academy of Astronautics in Stockholm, Sweden  (1985).  JBIS 39, p. 418 (1986).

Tarter, J.C.  “The Cosmic Haystack and Recent U.S. SETI Programs.”  Presented at SETI - 81 Symposium in Tallinn, Estonia, December 1981, published in Problema Poiska Jeeznee yo Vselennoi (Russian) (1986).

Tarter, J.C.  “A Review of the Experimental Studies on the Search for Messages from Extraterrestrial Civilizations (Optical and Radio).”  Presented at SETI - 81 Symposium in Tallinn, Estonia, December 1981, published in Problema Poiska Jeeznee yo Vselennoi (Russian) (1986).

Tarter, J.C.  “Statistics of ‘Excess’ Observatory Noise at the Nançay Telescope and Elsewhere.”  Paper #IAA-85-473 presented at the 14th International CETI Review Meeting of the International Academy of Astronautics (1985).  JBIS 39 No. 3, p. 140 (1986).

Tarter, J.C.  “An Historical Perspective:  Brown is Not a Color.”  Published in Astrophysics of Brown Dwarfs, Kafatos, Harrington, Maran (eds.), Cambridge University Press, pp. 121-138 (1986).

Tarter, J.C. and Welch, W.  “A Cloud Collision Model for Water Maser Excitation,” Ap. J. 305, p. 467 (1986).

Tarter, J.C.  “The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence,” Atlas of the Universe, 1986 edition of the National Geographic Society (1986).

Tarter, J.C.  “Notes and News, IAU Symposium No. 115 on Star Forming Regions.”  Bulletin of the Astronomical Society of India, Vol. 14, No. 1., pp. 59-63 (1986).

Klein, H.P., Tarter, J.C., DeFrees, D., Brownlee, D., Usher, D., and Irvine, W.  “Exobiology in Earth Orbit,”Origins of Life, Vol. 16, p. 419 (1986).

Tarter, J.C.  “Survey of Earth Orbital Telescopes and Their Potential for Exobiology,” Advances in Space, G. Horneck (ed.), Permagon Press, pp. 219-226 (1986).

Cohen, R.J., Downs, G., Emmerson, R., Grimm, M., Gulkis, S., Stevens, G., and Tarter, J.C.  “Narrow Polarized Components in the OH 1612 MHz Maser Emission from Supergiant OH-IR Sources,” M.N.R.A.S. 225, p. 491 (1987).

Co-wrote and edited (with Geoff Haines-Stiles) and narrated NASA video on SETI “Quest for Contact” (32 minutes).  Offered for sale in 1988 ASP Astronomy Selectory as Item Number VT100.

Tarter, J.C.  “The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence,” World Book Encyclopedia, Vol. 6, pp. 466-467 (1988).

Tarter, J.C.  “Field Test Results with the Targeted Search MCSA,” Bioastronomy-The Next Steps, G. Marx (ed.), pp. 357-362 (1988).

“Conference Report on Exobiology in Earth Orbit Workshops” (in press), H. P. Klein, W. Irvine, D. DeFrees, J. C. Tarter (eds.).

Tarter, J.C.  “SETI:  Should Earthlings Tackle It?”  Letter to the Editor, Physics Today 41, p. 142 (1988).

Tarter, J.C.  “SETI Field Tests with the MCSA 1.0 Prototype and Plans for Radio Astronomical Observations.”  Paper #IAA-88-539, presented at the 39th Congress of the International Astronautical Federation,  Bangalore, India, October 8-15 (1988).

Biraud, F. and Tarter, J.C.  “Conclusion of the Selected Target Search at the Nançay Observatory.”  Paper #IAA-88-542, presented at the 39th Congress of the International Astronautical Federation,  Bangalore, India, October 8-15 (1988).

Tarter, J.C.  “Bridges From New Worlds,” Space Technology International 1989, R. Turnill (ed.), Cornhill Publications Limited, London (1989).

Tarter, J.C.  “SETI:  The Farthest Frontier,” Frontiers of Science, A. Scott (ed.), Basil Blackwell Limited, Oxford, pp. 185-199 (1989).

Tarter, J.C.  “As Bad As Things Are for Radio Astronomy In the Protected Bands — They Are Worse for SETI!”  To be published in proceedings of IAU Colloquium 112, David Crawford (ed.) (1989).

Tarter, J.C.  “SETI:  Finding Extraterrestrial Technology May Be Easier than Finding Other Life.”  Presented at AAAS Meeting in January 1989, to be published in Path of Life:  From the Big Bang to the Big Brain, Bevin French (ed.).

Billingham, J. and Tarter, J.C.  “Detection of the Earth with the SETI Microwave Observing System Assumed to be Operating Out in the Galaxy.”  Paper #IAA-89-647 presented at the 19th International SETI Review Meeting of the International Academy of Astronautics, Malaga, Spain (1989).

Heidmann, J., Biraud, F., and Tarter, J.C.  “Pulsar Aided SETI Experimental Observations.”  Paper #IAA-89-642 presented at the 19th International SETI Review Meeting of the International Academy of Astronautics, Malaga, Spain (1989).

Tarter, J.C. “Radio Frequency Interference at Jodrell Bank within the Protected 21 cm Band.”  Paper #IAA-86-425 presented at the 15th International SETI Review Meeting of the International Academy of Astronautics, Innsbruck, Austria (1989).  Specia issue Acta Astronautica 19, No. 11, C.L. Seeger and A.R. Martin (eds.) pp. 907-912 (1989).

“SETI Post Detection Protocol.”  Special Issue Acta Astronautica, Vol. 21, No. 2, J.C. Tarter and M.A. Michaud (eds.) (1990).

Gulkis, S., Biraud, F., Heidmann, J., Tarter, J.C.  “Technical Considerations on Using the Large Nancay Radio Telescope for SETI.”  JPL SETI Preprint Series No. 007, May (1990).

Michaud, M.A., Billingham, J., and Tarter, J.C.  “A Reply From Earth?”  Paper #IAA-90-591 presented at the 41st Congress of the International Astronautical Federation, Dresden, Germany (1990).

Tarter, J.C. and Rummel, J. “Exobiology and SETI From the Lunar Farside,”           American Institute of Physics, pp. 99-106 (1990).

“Carbon in the Galaxy:  Studies from Earth and Space.”  J. C. Tarter, S. Chang and D. DeFrees (eds.), NASA Conference Publication 3061 (1990).

Tarter, J.C. and Klein, M.J.  “SETI:  On the Telescope and On the Drawing Board.”  Paper presented at the 3rd Bioastronomy Symposium in Val Cenis, France (1990).  Published in Bioastronomy:  The Search for Extraterrestrial Life - The Exploration Broadens, J. Heidmann and M. J. Klein (eds.) Springer-Verlag, NY, pp. 229-235 (1991).

Billingham, J., Michaud, M.A., and Tarter, J.C.  “The Declaration of Principles for Activities Following the Detection of Extraterrestrial Intelligence.”  Paper presented at the 3rd Bioastronomy Symposium in Val Cenis, France (1990).  Published in Bioastronomy:  The Search for Extraterrestrial Life - The Exploration Broadens, J. Heidmann and M. J. Klein (eds.) Springer-Verlag, NY, pp. 379-386 (1991).

Tarter, J.C., Backus, P.R., Cullers, D.K., Dreher, J.W., Hlavka, C. and Jordan, J.  “Trying to do Science Using High Spectral Resolution SETI Prototypes.”  Poster presented at the 3rd Bioastronomy Symposium in Val Cenis, France (1990).  Published in Bioastronomy:  The Search for Extraterrestrial Life - The Exploration Broadens, J. Heidmann and M. J. Klein (eds.) Springer-Verlag, NY, p. 283 (1991).

Dreher, J.W., Tarter, J.C., and Werthimer, D.  “A 1 Hz Resolution RFI Survey:  Preliminary Results.”  Paper presented at the 3rd Bioastronomy Symposium in Val Cenis, France (1990).  Published in Bioastronomy:  The Search for Extraterrestrial Life - The Exploration Broadens, J. Heidmann and M. J. Klein (eds.) Springer-Verlag, NY, pp. 217-222 (1991).

Tarter, J.C.  “The Search for Life Beyond the Solar System.”  Paper presented at the Frontiers of Life Conference, Blois, France, October 14-19 (1991).  Frontiers of Life, J.&K. Trân Thanh Vân, J.C. Mounoulou, J. Schneider, and C. McKay (eds.), Editions Frontières, France, pp. 351-397 (1992).

Tarter, J.C.  “Summary of Interference Measurements at Selected Radio Observatories.”  Paper #IAA-90-580 presented at the 41st Congress of the International Astronautical Federation, Dresden, Germany (1990). Acta Astronautica 26, No. 3/4, pp. 233-238 (1992).

Tarter, J.C.  “SETI in the United States.”  Paper presented at the World Space Congress,     Washington, DC, August 28-September 5, 1992.  To be published in book of          proceedings (P. Backus, ed.).

Billingham, J. and Tarter, J.C.  “SETI (Search for ExtraTerrestrial Intelligence).”  In Space Biology and Medicine, Vol. 1:  Space and its Exploration.  Ivanov, M., Kotelnikov, V., and Rummel, J., eds.  American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Washington, DC, pp. 247-273 (1993).

Tarter, J.C.  “SETI Concerns - Jill Tarter replies.”  Letter to the Editor, Sky & Telescope, p. 7 (March 1993).

Tarter, J.C.  “The NASA High Resolution Microwave Survey.”  News Letter of the Astronomical Society of New York, Vol. IV, No. 4.  A.G. Davis Philip (ed.), L. Davis Press, Inc., pp. 5-12 (August 1993).

Tarter, J.C.  The Current State of Searches for Extra-Solar System Planets.”  Third Decennial US-USSR Conference on SETI, G. Seth Shostak, ed.  ASP Conference Series, Vol. 47, pp. 166-173 (1993).

Tarter, J.C.  “Past and Future Observing Plans,” article in SETI News, 1st Quarter, Vol. 3, No. 1 (1994).

J.C. Tarter, “Project Phoenix Heads South!” article in SETI News, 4th Quarter, Vol. 3, No. 3 (1994).

J.C. Tarter and M.J. Klein, “HRMS:  Where We’ve Been, and Where We’re Going.” Paper presented at the Bioastronomy Symposium:  Progress in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life, Santa Cruz, CA, August 1993. ASP Conference Series, Vol. 74, S. Shostak (ed.) San Francisco, pp. 456-469 (1995).

J.C. Tarter, D. Milne, K. O’Sullivan, C. Stoneburner, et al., The Evolution of a Planetary System, The SETI Academy Planet Project.  Teacher’s guide for grades 5-6.  Three more guides to be published in Fall 1995.  Teacher Ideas Press, Englewood, Colorado (1995).

J.C. Tarter, “What’s Next for Phoenix?” article in SETI News, 3rd Quarter, Vol. 4, No. 2 (1995).

J.C. Tarter, “Project Phoenix:  Looking Up From Down Under.”  CSIRO Space Industry News 68, pp. 8-9.  CSIRO Office of Space Science & Applications, Canberra (1996).

J.C. Tarter, “Project Phoenix:  The Australian Deployment.”  Paper #2704-04 presented at SPIE’s International Symposium OE/LASE ’96, Jan. 31 - Feb. 1, 1996, San Jose, CA.  Published in The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) in the Optical Spectrum II, Vol. 2704, S.A. Kingsley, G.A. Lemarchand, Eds.  Bellingham, WA, pp. 24-34 (1996). 

J. Billingham, E. DeVore, J.C. Tarter, D. Milne, K. O’Sullivan, and C. Stoneburner, “The Life in the Universe Series.”  Paper presented by J. Billingham at IAU Colloquium 162, London (July 8-12, 1996).

J.C. Tarter, P.R. Backus, G. Heiligman, J.W. Dreher, S. Laroque, “Studies of Radio Frequency Interference at Parkes Observatory.”  Paper #IAA-96-IAA.9.1.09 presented at 47th IAF Congress, Beijing, China (Oct. 7-11, 1996).  To be published in special issue of Acta Astronautica.

J.C. Tarter, “One Telescope is Not Enough!” article in SETI News, 2nd Quarter, Vol. 5, No. 2 (1996).

J.C. Tarter, “The Search for Intelligent Life in the Universe.” Plenary Session on The Origin and Early Evolution of Life (Part I); Reflection on Science at the Dawn of the Third Millennium (Part II), Commentarii Vol. IV, N. 4, Pontificia Academia Scientiarum, Città del Vaticano, pp. 263-268 (1997).

J.C. Tarter, “Results from Project Phoenix:  Looking Up from Down Under.”  Astronomical and Biochemical Origins and the Search for Life in the Universe, C.B. Cosmovici, S. Bowyer, and D. Werthimer, eds., Editrice Compositori, Bologna, Italy, pp. 633-643 (1997).

J.C. Tarter, “Project Phoenix and Beyond.”  Pesek lecture presented at 48th IAF Congress, Turin, Italy (Oct. 6 - 10, 1997).  Acta Astronautica Vol. 41, Nos. 4-10, Elsevier Science Ltd., Great Britain, pp. 613-622 (1998).

J.C. Tarter, “SETI and the Religions of the Universe.”  Presented at the Many Worlds:  The New Universe and Its Implications for Theology Symposium.  Sponsored by the John Templeton Foundation, Nassau, The Bahamas (November 22-24, 1998).

J.C. Tarter and C.F. Chyba, “Is There Life Elsewhere in the Universe?”  Scientific American, Vol. 281, No. 6, pp. 80-85 (December 1999).

J.C. Tarter, “Small Steps Ellie, Small Steps,” article in SETI News, 3rd Quarter, Vol. 8, No. 2 (1999).

J.C. Tarter, “The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence:  Where We Are; Where We’re Headed.”  Center for Human Evolution, the Evolution of Human Intelligence.  Proceedings of Workshops No. 1 (November 12-13, 1998) and No. 2 (February 11-12, 1999).  Foundation for the Future, Bellevue, pp. 71-78 (2000).

J.C. Tarter, Y. Pendleton, E. DeVore, K. O’Sullivan, and S. Taylor, “Voyages Through Time:  Everything Evolves.”  Bioastronomy ’99:  A New Era in Bioastronomy. Proceedings of a Conference held on the Kohala Coast, Hawaii, 2-6 Aug. 1999, ASP Conference Series 213, pp. 689-694 (2000).

J.C. Tarter, “The Mother of All Radio Telescopes,” article in SETI News, 3rd Quarter, Vol. 9, No. 2 (2000).

I. Almar and J.C. Tarter, “The Discovery of ETI as a High-Consequence, Low-Probability Event,” Paper #IAA-00-IAA.9.2.01 presented at 51st IAF Congress, Rio de Janeiro, Brazil (Oct. 2-6, 2000).  To be published in special issue of Acta Astronautica.

J.C. Tarter, “SETI 2020:  A Roadmap for Future SETI Observing Projects,” Proc. SPIE Vol. 4273, the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI) in the Optical Spectrum III, S.A. Kingsley, R. Bhathal, eds., pp. 93-103 (2001).

J.C. Tarter, “SETI: The Next Forty Years,” Cosmic Horizons: Astronomy at the Cutting Edge, S. Soter and N. deGrasse Tyson, eds.  The New Press, New York, pp. 218-224 (2001).

J.C. Tarter, “The Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI),” Annu. Rev. Astron. Astrophys, Vol. 39, pp. 511-548 (2001).

J.C. Tarter, “Foreword,” in The Search for Life in the Universe, 3rd Edition, D. Goldsmith and T. Owen, eds., University Science Books, Sausalito, CA, pp. xiii-xiv (2001).

J.C. Tarter, “What Is SETI?” Cosmic Questions, Vol. 950 of the Annals of the New York Academy of Sciences, James B. Miller, ed., New York (2001).

T.J.W. Lazio, J.C. Tarter, and P. Backus, “Megachannel Extraterrestrial Assay Candidates: No Transmissions from Intrinsically Steady Sources,” Astron. J. 124, pp. 560-564 (2002).

J.C. Tarter, J.W. Dreher, S.W. Ellingson, and W.J. Welch, “Recent Progress and Current Activities in the Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence (SETI),” Review of Radio Science 1999-2002, W. Ross Stone, ed., IEEE Press, Wiley & Sons, Inc. Piscataway, NJ, Chapter 36, pp. 901-931 (2002).

J.C. Tarter, “Search for Extraterrestrial Life,” Encyclopedia of Space Science and Technology, Hans Mark, ed., Wiley & Sons, Inc., Vol. 1, pp. 1-25 (2003).

J.C. Tarter, “Ongoing Debate over Cosmic Neighbors,” book review for If the Universe Is Teeming with Aliens…Where Is Everybody? by Stephen Webb, Science, Vol. 299, pp. 46-47 (Jan. 3 2003).

M.C. Turnbull and J.C. Tarter, “Target Selection for SETI. I. A Catalog of Nearby Habitable Stellar Systems,”ApJS Vol. 145, pp. 181-198 (March 2003).

J.C. Tarter, “Recent Performance Testing Results Using the 3-element Production Test Array for the Allen Telescope Array,” AAS Bulletin, Vol. 35, No. 1, p. 577 (2003).

M.C. Turnbull and J.C. Tarter, “Target Selection for SETI. II. Tycho-2 Dwarfs, Old Open Clusters, and the Nearest 100 Stars,” ApJS Vol. 149, pp.423-436 (2003).

T.J.W. Lazio, J.C. Tarter, and D.J. Wilner, “The Cradle of Life,” New Astronomy Reviews 48, pp. 985-991 (2004).

J.C. Tarter, “Astrobiology and SETI,” New Astronomy Reviews 48, pp. 1543-1549 (2004).

D. DeBoer, W.J. Welch, J.C. Tarter et al., “The Allen Telescope Array,” Proc. SPIE Vol. 5489, Ground-Based Telescopes, J.M. Oschmann, ed., pp. 1021-1028 (2004).

D. DeBoer, R. Ackermann, J.C. Tarter et al., “The Allen Telescope Array,” Experimental Astronomy 17, pp. 19-34 (2004), Springer (2005).

P.R. Backus, J.C. Tarter, M.M. Davis, J.C. Jordan, T.N. Kilsdonk, G.S. Shostak, R. Ackerman, D.R. DeBoer, J.W. Dreher, G.R. Harp, J.E. Ross, and R. Stauduhar, “Galactic Plane SETI Observations with the Allen Telescope Array,” Bulletin of the AAS, 37, 1160 (2005).

J.C. Tarter, “A Different Look at M31, the Andromeda Galaxy,” February 23, 2007, http://www.seti.org/.

J.C. Tarter, P. Backus, R. Mancinelli, J. Aurnou, D. Backman, G. Basri, A. Boss, A. Clarke, D. Deming, L. Doyle, E. Feigelson, F. Freund, D. Grinspoon, R. Haberle, S. Hauck, M. Heath, T. Henry, J. Hollingsworth, M. Joshi, M. Jura, S. Kilston, G. Laughlin, M. Liu, E. Meikle, I. Reid, L Rothschild, J. Scalo, A. Segura, C. Tang, J. Tiedje, M. Turnbull, L. Walkowicz, A. Weber and R. Young, “A Reappraisal of the Habitability of Planets Around M Dwarf Stars,” Astrobiology, Vol. 7, No. 1, pp. 30-65 (2007).

S. Langhoff, C. Pilcher, G. Laughlin, J. Tarter and S. Shostak: “Workshop Report on the Future of Intelligence in the Cosmos,” NASA/CP-2007-214567 (December 2007).

J.C. Tarter, “The Evolution of Life in the Universe: Are We Alone?”  Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Volume 2, Highlights of Astronomy 14, August 2006, pp 14-29.  doi: 10.1017/S1743921307009829, Published online by Cambridge University Press (December 2007).

 

W. Welch, J.C. Tarter, et al., “The Allen Telescope Array: The First Widefield, Panchromatic, Snapshot Radio Camera for Radio Astronomy and SETI,” Special Issue of Proceedings of the IEEE: “Advances in Radio Telescopes,” Baars, J. Thompson, R., D’Addario, L., eds., Vol. 97, No. 8, pp. 1438-1447 (August 2009).

Borucki, W.J. et al, “Kepler’s Optical Phase Curve of the Exoplanet HAT-P-7b”, Science, Volume 325, Issue 5941, pp. 709- (2009)

Borucki, W.J. et al, “Keper Planet-Detection Mission: Introduction and First Results”, Science,Volume 327, Issue 5968, pp. 977- (2010)

Koch, D.G. et al, “Kepler Mission Design, Realized Photometric Performance, and Early

Science”, ApJ Letters, Volume 713, Issue 2, pp. L79-L86 (2010)

I. Almar and J. Tarter, “The Discovery of ETI as a High-Consequence, Low-Probability Event,”Acta Astronautica 68 (2011) pp. 358-361 (2010).

G. Bower, G. et al., “The Allen Telescope Array Pi GHz Sky Survey. I. Survey Description and Static Catalog Results for the Boötes Field,” ApJ 725 (2) pp. 1792-1804 (2010).

Koch, D. G. et al, “Discovery of the Transiting Planet Kepler-5b”, ApJ Letters, Volume 713, Issue 2, pp. L131-L135 (2010)

Croft, S. et al, “The Allen Telescope Array Twenty-centimeter Survey – A 690 deg2, 12 Epoch Radio Data Set. I. Catalog and Long-duration Transient Statistics”, ApJ. Volume 719, Issue 1, pp. 45-58 (2010)

Bower, G.C. et al, “The Allen Telescope Array Pi GHz Sky Survey. I. Survey Description and Static Catalog Results for the Boötes Field”, ApJ Volume 725, Issue 2, pp. 1792-1804 (2010)

Tarter, J.C., Agrawal, A., Ackermann, R., Backus,P., Blair, S.K., Bradford, M.T., Harp, G.R., Jordan, J., Kilsdonk, T., Smolek, K.E., Richards, J., Ross, J., Shostak, G.S., Vakoch, D., “SETI turns 50: five decades of progress in the search for extraterrestrial intelligence”, Instruments, Methods, and Missions for Astrobiology XIII. Edited by Hoover, Richard B.; Levin, Gilbert V.; Rozanov, Alexei Y.; Davies, Paul C. W. Proceedings of the SPIE, Volume 7819, pp. 781902-781902-13 (2010)

Tarter, J., Ackermann, R, Barott, W., Backus, P., Davis, M. Dreher, J., Harp, G., Jordan, J., Kilsdonk, T., Shostak, S. and Smolek, K., “The First SETI Observations With the Allen Telescope Array,” Acta Astronautica 68 (2011) pp. 340-346

Tarter, J.C., “ATA: A Cyclops for the 21st Century” in Searching for Extraterrestrial

Intelligence: SETI Past, Present, and Future (The Frontiers Collection), H. Paul Shuch (ed.), Springer; 1st Edition., pp. 131-146 (2011)

Borucki, W.J. et al, “Characteristics of Kepler Planetary Candidates Based on the First Data Set” ApJ, 728, p. 117 (2011)

Borucki, W.J. et al, “Characteristics of Planetary Candidates Observed by Kepler. II.             Analysis of the First Four Months of Data”, ApJ 736, p. 19 , (2011)

Howard, A.W. et al. Planet Occurrence within 0.25 AU of Solar-type Stars from Kepler, arXiv:1103.2541 (2011)

Heldmann, J.L. “LCROSS (Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite) Observation Campaign: Strategies, Implementation, and Lessons Learned”, Space Science Reviews, Online First, 18 March 2011

Harp, G.R., Ackermann,  R.F., Blair, S.K., Arbunich, J. , Backus, P.R., Tarter, J.C., and the ATA Team, “A New Class of SETI Beacons That Contain Information”, in Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence, Douglas A. Vakoch (ed.), State University of New York Press, pp. 45-70 (2011)

Tarter, J., “Getting the World Actively Involved in SETI Searches” in Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence, Douglas A. Vakoch (ed.), State University of New York Press, pp. 71-80, (2011)

Blair, S.K., Messerschmitt, D.G., Tarter, J.C., Harp, G.R., “The Effects of the Ionized Interstellar Medium on Broadband Signals of Extraterrestrial Origin”, in Communication with Extraterrestrial Intelligence, Douglas A. Vakoch (ed.), State University of New York Press, pp. 81-94 (2011)

Borucki, W.J. et al, “Kepler-22b: A 2.4 Earth-radius Planet in the Habitable Zone of a Sun-like Star”,  ApJ 745, p. 120,  (2012)

 


Douglas Vakoch
Director, Interstellar Message Composition

Kimberley Warre...
Research Scientist

Physical Ecology of Hypolithic Communities in the Central Namib Desert: the Role of Fog, Rain, Rock Habitat and Light. Kimberley Warren-RhodesChristopher McKayLinda BoyleMichael Wing,Don CowanFrancesca StomeoStephen PointingKudzai Farai KasekeFrank EckardtJoh HenschelAri AnisfeldMary SeelyKevin RhodesJournal of Geophysical Research  09/2013; DOI:10.1002/jgrg.20117

Hypolithic microbial communities: between a rock and a hard place. Yuki ChanDonnabella C LacapMaggie C Y LauKong Ying HaKimberley A Warren-RhodesCharles S CockellDonald A CowanChristopher P McKayStephen B PointingEnvironmental Microbiology (06/2012; 14(9):2272-82. DOI:10.1111/j.1462-2920.2012.02821.

Ancient Origins determine global biogeography of hot and cold desert cyanobacteria. Justin Bahl, Maggie C Y LauGavin J D SmithDhanasekaran VijaykrishnaS Craig CaryDonnabella C LacapCharles K LeeR Thane PapkeKimberley A Warren-RhodesFiona K Y WongChristopher P McKayStephen B PointingNature Communications (Impact Factor: 10.02). 01/2011; 2:163. DOI:10.1038/ncomms1167

Cyanobacterial ecology across environmental gradients and spatial sales in China's hot and cold deserts. Kimberley A Warren-RhodesKevin L RhodesLinda Ng BoyleStephen B PointingYong ChenShuangjiang LiuPeijin ZhuoChristopher P McKay. FEMS Microbiology Ecology (Impact Factor: 3.56). 10/2007; 61(3):470-82. DOI:10.1111/j.1574-6941.2007.00351.

Nanoclimate environment of cyanobacterial communities in China's hot and cold hyperarid deserts. Kimberley A. Warren-RhodesKevin L. RhodesShuangjiang LiuPeijin Zhou,Christopher P. McKayJournal of Geophysical Research (Biogeosciences) 03/2007; 112(G1). DOI:10.1029/2006JG000260.

 

Searching for microbial life remotely: Satellite-to-rover habitat mapping in the Atacama Desert, Chile. K. Warren-RhodesS. WeinsteinJ. DohmJ. PiatekE. MinkleyA. Hock,Charles CockellD. PaneL A ErnstG. FisherS. EmaniA S WaggonerN. A. CabrolD. S. WettergreenD. ApostolopoulosP. CoppinE. GrinC. Diaz,J. MoerschG. G. OrilT. SmithK. StubbsG ThomasM WagnerM. Wyatt

Journal of Geophysical Research (Impact Factor: 3.17). 01/2007; DOI:10.1029/2006JG000283.

Hypolithic cyanobacteria, dry limit of photosynthesis, and microbial ecology in the hyperarid Atacama Desert.Kimberley A Warren-RhodesKevin L RhodesStephen B PointingStephanie A EwingDonnabella C LacapBenito Gómez-SilvaRonald AmundsonE Imre FriedmannChristopher P McKay.

Microbial Ecology 11/2006; 52(3):389-98. DOI:10.1007/s00248-006-9055-7

Arthur Weber
Senior Research Scientist

Weber, A. L., and Fox, S. W. (1973) Aminoacylation and acetylaminoacylation of homopolyribonucleotides.Biochimica et Biophysica Acta319: 174-187.

 

White, W. E., Jr., Lacey, J. C., Jr., and Weber, A. L. (1973) Aminoacyl transfer from adenylate anhydride to the 2'-OH groups along the backbone of polyribonucleotides. Biochemical and Biophysical Research Communications51: 283-291.

 

Weber, A. L., and Lacey, J. C., Jr. (1974) Aminoacyl transfer: Peptide synthesis and other properties of an amino acid imidazolide. Biochimica et Biophysica Acta349: 226-234.

 

Lacey, J. C., Jr., Weber, A. L., and White, W. E., Jr. (1975) A model for the coevolution of the genetic code and the process of protein synthesis: Review and assessment. Origins of Life6: 273-283.

 

Weber, A. L., and Lacey, J. C., Jr. (1975) Aminoacyl transfer from an adenylate anhydride to polyribonucleotides.Journal of Molecular Evolution6: 309-320.

 

Lacey, J. C., Jr., and Weber, A. L. (1976) The origin of the genetic code: An amino acid-anticodon relationship. In: Protein Structure and Evolution  (J. L. Fox, Z. Deyl, and A. Blazej, eds.), Marcel Dekker, New York, pp. 213-222.

 

Lacey, J. C., Jr., Weber, A. L., and Pruitt, K. M. (1976) The edge of evolution - A molecular historical perspective.  In The Encyclopaedia of Ignorance  (R. Duncan and M. Weston-Smith, eds.), Pergamon Press, Ltd., Oxford, England, pp. 219-223.

 

Lacey, J. C., Jr., and Weber, A. L. (1977) Genetic coding and protein synthesis: Concerted evolution.Precambrian Research5: 1-22.

 

Weber, A. L., Caroon, J. M., Warden, J. T., Lemmon, R. M., and Calvin, M. (1977) Simultaneous peptide and oligonucleotide formation in mixtures of amino acid, nucleoside triphosphate, imidazole and magnesium ion.BioSystems8: 277-286.

 

Weber, A. L., and Lacey, J. C., Jr. (1978) Genetic code correlations: Amino acids and their anticodon nucleotides. Journal of Molecular Evolution11: 199-210.

 

Weber, A. L., and Orgel, L. E. (1978) Amino acid activation with adenosine 5'-phosphorimidazolide. Journal of Molecular Evolution11: 9-168.

 

Weber, A. L., and Orgel, L. E. (1978) The formation of peptides from the 2'(3')-glycyl ester of a nucleotide.Journal of Molecular Evolution11: 189-198.

 

Weber, A. L., and Orgel, L. E. (1979) The formation of dipeptides from amino acids and the 2'(3') -glycyl ester of an adenylate. Journal of Molecular Evolution13: 185-192.

 

Weber, A. L., and Orgel, L. E. (1979) The formation of peptides from glycine thioesters. Journal of Molecular Evolution13: 193-202.

 

Weber, A. L., and Orgel, L. E. (1980) Poly(U)-directed peptide-bond formation from the 2'(3')-glycyl esters of adenosine derivatives. Journal of Molecular Evolution16: 1-10.

 

Weber, A. L. (1981) Formation of the thioester, N,S-diacetylcysteine, from acetaldehyde and N, N-diacetylcystine in aqueous solution with ultraviolet light. Journal of Molecular Evolution17: 103-107.

 

Weber, A.L. (1981) Formation of pyrophosphate, tripolyphosphate, and phosphorylimidazole with the thioester, N, S-diacetylcysteamine, as the condensing agent. Journal of Molecular Evolution18: 24-29.

 

Weber, A. L., and Miller, S. L. (1981) Reasons for the occurrence of the twenty coded protein amino acids.Journal of Molecular Evolution17: 273-284.

 

Weber, A. L., and Orgel, L. E. (1981) The effect of poly(C) on the formation of peptide bonds from the 2'(3')-glycyl ester of a guanosine nucleotide. Journal of Molecular Evolution17: 190-191.

 

Weber, A. L. (1982) Formation of pyrophosphate on hydroxyapatite with thioesters as condensing agents.BioSystems15: 83-189.

 

Weber, A. L. (1982) Formation of the thioester, N-acetyl, S-lactoylcysteine, by reaction of N-acetylcysteine with pyruvaldehyde in aqueous solution. Journal of Molecular Evolution18: 354-359.

 

Weber, A. L. (1983) Thiol-catalyzed formation of lactate and glycerate from glyceraldehyde. Journal of Molecular Evolution19: 237-243.

 

Weber, A. L. (1984) Prebiotic formation of "energy-rich" thioesters from glyceraldehyde and N-acetylcysteine.Origins of Life1: 17-27.

 

Weber, A. L. (1984) Nonenzymatic formation of "energy-rich" lactoyl and glyceroyl thioesters from glyceraldehyde and a thiol. Journal of Molecular Evolution20: 157-166.

 

Weber, A. L. (1985) Alanine synthesis from glyceraldehyde and ammonium ion in aqueous solution. Journal of Molecular Evolution21: 351-355.

 

Weber, A. L. (1987) The triose model: Glyceraldehyde as a source of energy and monomers for prebiotic condensation reactions. Origins of Life17: 107-119.

 

Weber, A. L. (1987) Stereoselective formation of a 2'(3')-aminoacyl ester of a nucleotide. Journal of Molecular Evolution25: 7-11.

 

Weber, A. L. (1987) Oligoglyceric acid synthesis by autocondensation of glyceroyl thioester. Journal of Molecular Evolution25: 191-196.

 

Weber, A. L. (1989) Thermal synthesis and hydrolysis of polyglyceric acid. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere19: 7-19.

 

Weber, A. L. (1989) Model of early self-replication based on covalent complementarity for a copolymer of glycerate-3-phosphate and glycerol-3-phosphate. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere19: 79-186.

 

Weber, A. L. and Hsu, V. (1990) Energy-rich glyceric acid oxygen esters: Implications for the origin of glycolysis.Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere20: 145-150.

 

Weber, A. L. (1991) Origin of fatty acid synthesis: Thermodynamics and kinetics of reaction pathways. Journal of Molecular Evolution32: 93-100.

 

Weber, A. L. (1992) Book review of Chemical Evolution: Origins of the Elements, Molecules, and Living Systemsby Stephen F. Mason. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere21: 263.

 

Weber, A. L. (1992) Prebiotic sugar synthesis: Hexose and hydroxy acid synthesis from glyceraldehyde catalyzed by iron(III) hydroxide oxide. Journal of Molecular Evolution.35: 1-6.

 

Weber, A. L. (1995) Prebiotic polymerization: Oxidative polymerization of 2,3-dimercapto-1-propanol on the surface of iron(III) hydroxide oxide. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere 25: 53-60.

 

Weber, A. L. (1995) A biochemical  magic  frequency  based  on  the  reduction  level  of biological carbon. In:Progress in the Search for Extraterrestrial Life (G. S. Shostak, ed.), Astronomical Society of the Pacific  (ASP Conference Series, vol. 74), San Francisco, pp. 479-485.

 

Weber, A. L. (1997) Energy from redox disproportionation of sugar carbon drives biotic and abiotic synthesis.Journal of Molecular Evolution44: 354-360.

 

Weber, A. L. (1997) Prebiotic amino acid thioester synthesis: Thiol-dependent amino acid synthesis from formose substrates (formaldehyde and glycolaldehyde) and ammonia. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere28: 259-270.

 

Weber, A. L. (2000) Sugars as the optimal biosynthetic carbon substrate of aqueous life throughout the Universe.Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biospher30: 33-43.

 

Weber, A. L. (2001) Sugar model of the origin of life: Catalysis by amines and amino acid products. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere31: 71-86.

 

Weber, A. L. (2001) The sugar model: Catalytic flow reactor dynamics of pyruvaldehyde synthesis from triose catalyzed by poly-L-lysine in a dialyzer. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biospher31: 231-240.

 

Weber A. L. (2002) Chemical constraints governing the origin of metabolism: The thermodynamic landscape of carbon group transformations under mild aqueous conditions. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, in press.

 

Weber, A. L. (2002) Chemical constraints governing the origin of metabolism: The thermodynamic landscape of carbon group transformations under mild aqueous conditions. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, 32:333-357.

 

Pizzarello, S. P. and Weber, A. L. (2004) Prebiotic amino acids as asymmetric catalysts. Science303: 1151.

 

Weber, A. L. (2004) Kinetics of organic transformations under mild aqueous conditions: implications for the origin of life and its metabolism. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, in press.

 

Weber, A. L. (2004) Aqueous synthesis of peptide thioesters from amino acids and a thiol using 1, 1’-carbonyldiimidazole. Origins of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere, accepted for publication.

Weber, A. L. 2004, Kinetics of Organic Transformations Under Mild Aqueous Conditions: Implications for the Origin of Life and Its Metabolism, Orig. Life Evol. Biosphere34, 473-495.

Weber, A. L. 2005, Aqueous Synthesis of Peptide Thioesters from Amino Acids and a Thiol Using 1, 1'-Carbonyldiimidazole, Orig. Life Evol. Biosphere35, 421-427.

Weber, A. L. 2005, Growth of Organic Microspherules in Sugar-Ammonia Reactions, Orig. Life Evol. Biosphere35, 523-536.

Weber, A. L.
 2006, The Sugar Model: Autocatalytic Activity of the Triose-Ammonia Reaction, Orig. Life Evol. Biosphere, submitted.

Weber, A. L. and Sandra Pizzarello 2006, The peptide-catalyzed stereospecific synthesis of tetroses: A possible model for prebiotic molecular evolution, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States103:34, 12713-12717.

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D. Deming, L.R. Doyle, E.D. Feigelson, F. Freund, D.H. Grinspoon, R.M. Haberle, S.A. Hauck, II, M.J. Heath, T.J. Henry, J.L. Hollingsworth, M.M. Joshi, S. Kilston, M.C. Liu, E. Meikle, I.N. Reid, L.J. Rothschild, J.M. Scalo, A. Segura, C.M. Tang, J.M. Tiedje, M.C. Turnbull, L.M. Walkowicz, A.L. Weber, and R.E. Young; Astrobiology, vol. 7, no. 1, 30-65, 2007. 


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