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Peer-reviewed Research Publications

A. D. Brandon, T. J. Lapen, V. Debaille, B. L. Beard, K. Rankenburg, and C. Neal (2009) Re-evaluating the 142Nd/144Nd in lunar mare basalts with implications for the early evolution and bulk Sm/Nd of the Moon. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 73, 6425–6445.

A. A. Nemchin, R. T. Pidgeon, D. Healy, M. L. Grange, M. J. Whitehouse, and J. Vaughn (2009) The comparative behavior of apatite-zircon U-Pb systems in Apollo 14 breccias: Implications for the thermal history of the Fra Mauro Formation. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 11, 1717–1734.

M. D. Norman, R. A. Duncan, and J. J. Huard (2010) Imbrium provenance for the Apollo 16 Descartes terrain:  Argon ages and geochemistry of lunar breccias 67016 and 67455.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74, 763–783.

A. A. Nemchin, M. L. Grange, and R. T. Pidgeon (2010) Distribution of rare earth elements in lunar zircon. American Mineralogist 95, 273–283.

S. Z. Weider, I. A. Crawford, and K. H. Joy (2010) Individual lava flow thicknesses in Oceanus Procellarum and Mare Serenitatis determined from Clementine multispectral data.  Icarus 209, 323–336.

B. T. Greenhagen, P. G. Lucey, M. B. Wyatt, T. D. Glotch, C. C. Allen, J. A. Arnold, J. L. Bandfield, N. E. Bowles, K. L. Donaldson Hanna, P. O. Hayne, E. Song, I. R. Thomas, and D. A. Paige (2010) Global silicate mineralogy of the Moon from the Diviner lunar radiometer.  Science 329, 1507–1509.

T. D. Glotch, P. G. Lucey, J. L. Bandfield, B. T. Greenhagen, I. R. Thomas, R. C. Elphic, N. Bowles, M. B. Wyatt, C. C. Allen, K. D. Hanna, and D. A. Paige (2010) Highly silicic compositions on the Moon.  Science 329, 1510–1513.

R. T. Pidgeon, A. A. Nemchin, and C. Meyer (2010) The contribution of the sensitive high-resolution ion microprobe (SHRIMP) to lunar geochronology.  Precambrian Research 183, 44–49.

K. H. Joy, I. A. Crawford, S. S. Russell, and A. T. Kearsley (2010) Lunar meteorite regolith breccias:  An in situ study of impact melt composition using LA-ICP-MS with implications for the composition of the lunar crust.  Meteoritics and Planetary Science 45, 917–946.

A. Yamaguchi, Y. Karouji, H. Takeda, L. Nyquist, D. Bogard, M. Ebihara, C.-Y. Shih, Y. Reese, D. Garrison, J. Park, G. McKay (2010) The variety of lithologies in the Yamato-86032 lunar meteorite:  Implications for formation processes of the lunar crust. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 74, 4507–4530.

W. F. Bottke, R. J. Walker, J. M. Day, D. Nesvorny, and L. Elkins-Tanton (2010) Stochastic late accretion to the Earth, Moon, and Mars.  Science 330, 1527–1530.

A. H. Treiman, A. K. Maloy, C. K. Shearer Jr., and J. Gross (2010) Magnesian anorthositic granulites in lunar meteorites in lunar meteorites Allan Hills 81005 and Dhofar 309: Geochemistry and global significance. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 45, 163–180.

E. K. Gibson, C. T. Pillinger, and L. J. Waugh (2011) Lunar Beagle and lunar astrobiology. Earth, Moon, and Planets 107, 25–42.

K. M. O’Sullivan, T. Kohout, K. G. Thaisen, and D. A. Kring (2011) Calibrating several key lunar stratigraphic units representing 4 billion years of lunar history within Schrödinger Basin. In Recent Advances in Lunar Stratigraphy, D.A. Williams and W. Ambrose (eds.), pp. 117–128, Geological Society of America Special Paper 477, Boulder, CO.

I. A. Crawford, S. A. Fagents, K. H. Joy, and M. E. Rumpf (2011) Lunar palaeoregolith deposits as recorders of the galactic environment of the solar system and implications for astrobiology. Earth, Moon, and Planets 107, 75–86.

A. T. Basilevsky, G. Neukum, and L. Nyquist (2010) The spatial and temporal distribution of lunar mare basalts as deduced from analyses of data for lunar meteorites. Planetary and Space Science 58, 1900-1905.

K. H. Joy, R. Burgess, R. Hinton, V. A. Fernandes, I. A. Crawford, A. T. Kearsley, and A. J. Irving (2011)  Petrogenesis and chronology of lunar meteorite Northwest Africa 4472: A KREEPy regolith breccia from the Moon. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75, 2420–2452.

M. L. Grange, A. A. Nemchin, N. Timms, R. T. Pidgeon, and C. Meyer (2011) Complex magmatic and impact history prior to 4.1 Ga recorded in zircon from Apollo 17 South Massif aphanitic breccia 73235.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75, 2213–2232

J. F. Snape, K. H. Joy, and I. A. Crawford (2011) Characterization of multiple lithologies within the lunar feldspathic regolith breccia meteorite Northeast Africa 001. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 46, 1288–1312.

K. H. Joy, D. A. Kring, D. D. Bogard, D. S. McKay, and M. E. Zolensky (2011) Re-examination of the formation ages of the Apollo 16 regolith breccias. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 75, 7208–7225.

N. E. Timms, S. M. Reddy, D. Healy, A. A. Nemchin, M. L. Grange, R. T. Pidgeon, and R. Hart (2012) Resolution of impact-related microstructures in lunar zircon: A preliminary shock-deformation mechanism map. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 47, 120-141.

P. D. Spudis, D. E. Wilhelms, M. S. Robinson (2011) The Sculptured Hills of the Taurus Highlands: Implications for the relative age of Serenitatis, basin chronologies and the cratering history of the Moon.  Journal of Geophysical Research 116, E00H03, doi: 1029/2011JE003903.

A. A. Nemchin, M. L. Grange, R. T. Pidgeon, C. Meyer (2012) Lunar zirconology. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 59-2, 277 –290.

M. D. Norman, K. J. D. Adena, and A. G. Christy (2012) Provenance and Pb isotopic ages of lunar volcanic and impact glasses from the Apollo 17 landing site. Australian Journal of Earth Sciences 59-2, 291–306.

M. D. Norman, S. Hui, and K. Adena (2012) The lunar impact record: greatest hits and one hit wonders. Australian Space Science Conference Proceedings, in press.

S. Marchi, W. F. Bottke, D. A. Kring, and A. Morbidelli (2012) The onset of the lunar cataclysm as recorded in its ancient crater populations. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 325–326, 27-38.

T. Öhman and D. A. Kring (2012) Photogeologic analysis of impact melt-rich lithologies in Kepler crater that could be sampled by future missions.  Journal of Geophysical Research (Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter special issue) 117, E00H08, doi:10.1029/2011JE003918.

O. Abramov, S. M. Wong, and D. A. Kring (2012) Differential melt scaling for oblique impacts on terrestrial planets. Icarus 218, pp. 906–916.

P. Ehrenfreund, C. McKay, J.D. Rummel, B.H. Foing, C.R. Neal, T. Masson-Zwaan, M. Ansdell, N. Peter, J. Zarnecki, S. Mackwell, M. Antionetta Perino, L. Billings, J. Mankins, and M. Race (2012) Toward a global space exploration program: A stepping stone approach. Advances in Space Research 49, 2–48.

D. Eppler, D. Ming, B. Adams, D. Archer, G. Baiden, J. Bleacher, A. Brown, W. Carey, B. Cohen, C. Condit, C. Evans, B. Garry, T. Graff, J. Gruener, J. Heldmann, K. Hodges, F. Hörz, J. Hurtado, B. Hynek, P. Isaacson, C. Juranek, K. Klaus, D. Kring, N. Lanza, S. Lederer, G. Lofgren, M. Marinova, L. May, J. Meyer, B. Monteleone, C. Morisset, S. Noble, E. Rampe, J. Rice, J. Schutt, J. Skinner, C. Tewksbury-Christle, B. Tewksbury, A. Vaughn, A. Yngst, and K. Young (2013) Desert Research And Technology Studies (DRATS) 2010 science operations: Operational approaches and lessons learned for managing science during human planetary surface missions. Acta Astronautica 90, 224–241.

K. L. Robinson, A. H. Treiman, and K. H. Joy (2012) Basaltic fragments in lunar feldspathic meteorites: Connecting sample analyses to orbital remote sensing.  Meteoritics and Planetary Science 47, 387–399.

K. H. Joy, M. E. Zolensky, K. Nagashima, G. R. Huss, D. K. Ross, D. S. McKay, and D. A. Kring, (2012) Direct detection of projectile relics from the end of the lunar basin-forming epochScience 336, 1429-1429.

G. J. Taylor, L. M. V. Martel, and P. D. Spudis (2012) The Hadley-Apennine KREEP basalt igneous province.  Meteoritics and Planetary Science 47, 861–879.

J. Flahaut, J.-F. Blanchette-Guertin, C. E. Jilly, P. Sharma, A. L. Souchon, W. van Westrenen, and D. A. Kring (2012) Identification and characterization of science-rich landing sites for lunar lander missions using integrated remote sensing observations.  Advances in Space Research 50, pp. 1647–1665.

R. W. K. Potter, G. S. Collins, W. S. Kiefer, P. J. McGovern, and D. A. Kring (2012) Constraining the size of the South Pole-Aitken Basin impact.  Icarus 220, pp. 730-743.

A. Morbidelli, S. Marchi, W. F. Bottke, and D.A. Kring (2012) A sawtooth-like timeline for the first billion years of lunar bombardment.  Earth and Planetary Science Letters 355–356, pp. 144–151.

I.A. Crawford, M. Anand, C. S. Cockell, H. Falcke, D. A. Green, R. Jaumann, and M. A. Wieczorek (2012) Back to the Moon: The scientific rationale for resuming lunar surface exploration.  Planetary and Space Science 74, 3–14.

R. W. K. Potter, D. A. Kring, G. S. Collins, W. S. Kiefer, and P. J. McGovern (2012) Estimating transient crater size using the crustal annular bulge: Insights from numerical modeling of lunar basin-scale impacts.  Geophysical Research Letters 39, 5 p., doi:10.1029/2012GL052981.

I.P. Wright, S. Sheridan, A.D. Morse, S.J. Barber, J.A. Merrifield, L.J. Waugh, C.J. Howe, E.K. Gibson, and C.T. Pillinger (2012) L-VRAP – A lunar volatile resource analysis package for lunar exploration.  Planetary and Space Science 74, 254–263.

J. Lasue, R.C. Wiens, S.M. Clegg, D.T. Vaniman, K.H. Joy, S. Humphries, A. Mezzacappa, N. Melikechi, R.E. McInroy, and S. Bender S. (2012) Laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) for lunar exploration. Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets 117, E01002, 18 doi:10.1029/2011JE003898.

A. Smith et al. (60 co-authors including I.A. Crawford and K.H. Joy) (2012) Lunar Net – A proposal in response to an ESA M3 call in 2010 for a medium sized mission.  Experimental Astronomy 33. 587–644.

S.Z. Weider, B.J. Kellett, B.M. Swinyard, I.A. Crawford, K.H. Joy, M. Grande, C.J. Howe, P. Sreekumar, J. Huovelin, S. Narendranath, L. Alha, M. Anand, P.S. Athiray, N. Ahandari, J. Carter, A.C. Cook, L.C. d’Uston, V.A. Fernandes, O. Gasnault, J.N. Goswami, J.P.D. Gow, A.D. Holland, D. Koschny, D.J. Lawrence, B.J. Maddison, S. Maurice, D.J. McKay, T. Okada, C. Pieters, D. Rothery, S.S. Russell, A. Shrivastava, D.R. Smith, and M. Wieczorek (2012) The Chandrayaan-1 X-ray spectrometer first results. Planetary and Space Science 60, 217–228.

G.Y. Kramer, D.A. Kring, A.L. Nahm, C.M. Pieters (2013) Spectral and photogeologic mapping of Schrödinger basin and implications for post-South Pole-Aitken impact deep subsurface stratigraphy. Icarus 223, 131–148.

M.L. Grange, R.T. Pidgeon, A.A. Nemchin, N.E. Timms, C. Meyer (2013) Interpreting U-Pb data from primary and secondary features in lunar zircon.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 101, 112–132.

J.O. Burns, D.A. Kring, J.B. Hopkins, S. Norris, T.J.W. Lazio, and J. Kasper (2013) A lunar L2-farside exploration and science mission concept with the Orion Multi-Purpose Crew Vehicle and a teleoperated lander/rover.  J. Advances in Space Research 52, 306–320.

P. S. Kumar, V. Keerthi, A. S. Kumar, J. Mustard, B. G. Krishna, Amitabh, L. R. Ostrach, D. A. Kring, A. S. K. Kumar, and J. N. Goswami (2013) Gullies and landslides on the Moon:  Evidence for dry granular flows.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 118, 1–18, doi:10.1002/jgre.20043.

A.L. Fagan, C.R. Neal, A. Simonetti, P.H. Donohue, and K.M. O'Sullivan (2013) Distinguishing between Apollo 14 impact melt and pristine mare basalt samples by geochemical and textural analyses of olivine. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 106, 429–445.

A.L. Nahm, T. Öhman, and D.A. Kring (2013) Evidence for normal faulting of the Cordillera and Outer Rook Rings of Orientale Basin, the Moon: Implications for Impact Basin Formation.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 118, 16 p., doi: 10.1002/jgre.20045.

C.C. Allen, B.T. Greenhagen, K.L. Donaldson Hanna, and D.P. Paige (2012) Analysis of lunar pyroclastic deposit FeO abundances by LRO Diviner.  Journal of Geophysical Research 117, E00H28, doi:10.1029/2011JE003982.

R. W. K. Potter and G. S. Collins (2013) Numerical modeling of asteroid survivability and possible scenarios for the Morokweng crater-forming impact.  Meteoritics and Planetary Science 48, 744–757.

S. Marchi, W. F. Bottke, B. A. Cohen, K. Wünnemann, D. A. Kring, H. Y. McSween, M. C. De Sanctis, D. P. O’Brien, P. Schenk, C. A. Raymond, and C. T. Russell (2013) High-velocity collisions from the lunar cataclysm recorded in asteroidal meteorites. Nature Geosciences, doi:10.1038/ngeo1769, published on-line 24 March 2013

R. W. K. Potter, D. A. Kring, G. S. Collins, W. S. Kiefer, and P. J. McGovern (2013) Numerical modeling of the formation and structure of the Orientale impact basin.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 118, pp. 963–979, doi:10.1002/jgre.20080.

S. Marchi, C. R. Chapman, C. I. Fassett, J. W. Head, W. F. Bottke, and R. G. Strom (2013) Global resurfacing of Mercury 4.0-4.1 billion years ago by heavy bombardment and volcanism.  Nature 499, 59–61.

O. Abramov, D. A. Kring, and S. J. Mojzsis (2013) The impact environment of the Hadean Earth. Chemie der Erde – Geochemistry 73, 227–248. Invited review.

R.W.K. Potter, D.A. Kring, and G.S. Collins (2013) Quantifying the attenuation of structural uplift beneath large lunar craters.  Geophysical Research Letters 40, 5615–5620.

T. D. Swindle, D. A. Kring, and J. R. Wierich (2014) 40Ar-39Ar ages of impacts involving ordinary chondrite meteorites. In Advances in 40Ar/39Ar Dating: from Archaeology to Planetary Sciences, Geological Society of London, Special Publications, 378, 333–347.

Kickapoo Lunar Research Team and G. Kramer (2014) Stratified ejecta boulders as indicators of layered plutons on the Moon.  Icarus 228, 141–148.

M.D. Norman and A. A. Nemchin (2014) A 4.2 Billion Year Old Impact Basin on the Moon: U-Pb Dating of Zirconolite and Apatite in Lunar Melt Rock 67955.  Earth and Planetary Science Letters 388, 387–398.

S. Elardo, C.K. Shearer, A.L. Fagan, L.E. Borg, A.M. Gaffney, P.V. Burger, C.R. Neal, and F.M. McCubbin (2014) The origin of young mare basalts inferred from lunar meteorites Northwest Africa 4734, 032, and LaPaz Icefield 02205. Meteoritics & Plantary Science 49, 261–291.

P. D. Spudis, D. J. P. Martin, and G. Kramer (2014) Geology and composition of the Orientale Basin impact melt sheet.  Journal of Geophysical Research 119, 19–29.

M. Sharp, I. Gerasimenko, L. C. Loudin, J. Liu, O. B. James, I. S. Puchtel, and R. J. Walker (2014) Characterization of the dominant impactor signature for Apollo 17 impact melt rocks.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 131, 62–80.

K. H. Joy, I. A. Crawford, G. R. Huss, K. Nagashima, and G. J. Taylor (2014) An unusual clast in lunar meteorite MacAlpine Hills 88105: A unique lunar sample or projectile debris?   Meteoritics and Planetary Science 49, 677–695. 

A.L. Fagan, K. H. Joy, D. D. Bogard, and D. A. Kring (2014) Ages of globally distributed lunar paleoregoliths and soils from 3.9 Ga to the present.  Earth, Moon, and Planets 112, 59–71.

D. M. Hurwitz and D. A. Kring (2014) Differentiation of the South Pole-Aitken basin impact melt sheet: Implications for lunar exploration.  Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 119, 1110–1133, doi:10.1002/2013JE004530.

T. Öhman, G. Y. Kramer, and D. A. Kring (2014)  Characterization of Melt and Ejecta Deposits of Kepler Crater from Remote Sensing Data.  Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets 119, 1238–1258, doi: 10.1002/2013JE004501.

S. Marchi, W. F. Bottke, L. T. Elkins-Tanton, M. Bierhaus, K. Wuennemann, A. Morbidelli, and D. A. Kring (2014) Widespread mixing and burial of Earth’s Hadean crust by asteroid impacts, Nature 511, 578–582.

M. Lemelin, D. M. Blair, C. E. Roberts, K. D. Runyon, D. Nowka, and D. A. Kring (2014) High-priority lunar landing sites for in situ and sample return studies of polar volatiles.  Planetary and Space Science 101, 149–161.

G. J. Taylor and M. A. Wieczorek (2014) Lunar bulk chemical composition: a post-Gravity Recovery and Interior Laboratory assessment.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A372, 20130242.

I. A. Crawford and K. H. Joy (2014) Lunar exploration: opening a window into the history and evolution of the inner Solar System.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A372, 20130315.

M. Anand, R. Tartèse,  and J. J. Barnes (2014) Understanding the origin and evolution of water in the Moon through lunar sample studies.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A372, 20130254.

R. J. Walker (2014) Siderophile element constraints on the origin of the Moon.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A372, 20130258.

S. S. Russell, K. H. Joy, T. E. Jeffries, G. J. Consolmagno, and A. Kearsley (2014) Heterogeneity in lunar anorthosite meteorites: implications for the lunar magma ocean model.  Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society A372, 20130241.

K. H. Joy, A. Nemchin, M. Grange, T. J. Lapen, A. H. Peslier, D. K. Ross, M. E. Zolensky, and D. A. Kring (2014) Petrography, geochronology and source terrain characteristics of lunar meteorites Dhofar 925, 961 and Sayh al Uhaymir 449.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 144, 299–325.

S. Marchi, W.F. Bottke, D.P. O’Brien, P. Schenk, S. Mottola, M.C. De Sanctis, D.A. Kring, D.A. Williams, C.A. Raymond, and C.T. Russell (2014) Small crater populations on Vesta.  Planetary and Space Science 103, 96–103.

C. R. Neal, G. K. Schmidt, P. Ehrenfreund, and J. D. Carpenter (2014) Developing the global exploration roadmap: An example using the humans to the lunar surface theme.  Space Policy 30, 156–162.

J. M. Friedrich, A. E. Rubin, S. P. Beard, T. D. Swindle, C. E. Isachsen, M. L. Rivers, R. J. Macke (2014) Ancient porosity preserved in ordinary chondrites: Shock, compaction and thermal metamorphism. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 49, 1214–1231.

M. Sharp, K. Righter, and R. J. Walker (2014) Estimation of trace element concentrations of the lunar magma ocean using mineral- and metal-silicate melt partition coefficients. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 50, 733–758.

R. E. Merle, A. A. Nemchin, M. L. Grange, M. J. Whitehouse, and R. T. Pidgeon (2014) High resolution U-Pb ages of Ca-phosphates in Apollo 14 breccias:  implications for the age of the Imbrium impact.  Meteoritics and Planetary Science, in press.

C. R. Neal, P. Donohue, A. L. Fagan, K. O’Sullivan, J. Oshrin, and S. Roberts (2015) Distinguishing between basalts produced by endogenic volcanism and impact processes: A non-destructive method using quantitative petrography of lunar basalt samples.    Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 148, 62–80.

N. J. Potts, A. L. Gullikson, N. M. Curran, J. K. Dhaliwal, M. K. Leader, R. N. Rege, K. K. Klaus, and D. A. Kring (2015) Robotic traverse and sample return strategies for a lunar farside mission to the Schrödinger basin.  Advances in Space Research 55, 1241–1254.

R. W. K. Potter, D. A. Kring, and G. S. Collins (2015) Scaling of basin-sized impacts and the influence of target temperature.  In Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution V,  G. R. Osinski and D. A. Kring (eds.), Special Paper 518, pages 99-113, Geological Society of America, Boulder.

J. Liu, M. Sharp, R. D. Ash, D. A. Kring, and R. J. Walker (2015) Diverse impactors in Apollo 15 and 16 impact melt rocks: Evidence from osmium isotopes and highly siderophile element .  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 155, 122–153.

K. H. Joy, C. Visscher, M. E. Zolensky, T. Mikouchi, K. Hagiya, K. Ohsumi, and D. A. Kring (2015)  Identification of magnetite in lunar regolith breccia 60016:  Evidence for oxidised conditions at the lunar surface.  Meteoritics and Planetary Science 50, 1157–1172.

D. Hurwitz and D. A. Kring (2015) Potential sample sites for South Pole-Aitken basin impact melt within the Schrödinger basin. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 427, 31–36.

R. J. Walker, K. Bermingham, J. Liu, I. S. Puchtel, M. Touboul, and E. A. Worsham (2015) In search of late-stage planetary building blocks.  Chemical Geology 411, 125–142.

C. K. Shearer, P. V. Burger, A. S. Bell, Y. Guan, and C. R. Neal (2015) Exploring the Moon’s surface for remnants of the lunar mantle 1. Dunite xenoliths in mare basalts. A crustal or mantle origin?  Meteoritics and Planetary Science 50, 1449–1467.

G. Y. Kramer, B. Jaiswal, B. R. Hawke, T. Öhman, T. A. Giguere, and K. Johnson (2015) The basalts of Mare Frigoris.  Journal of Geophysical Research Planets 120, 25 p., doi:10.1002/2014JE004753.

A.L. Fagan and C. R. Neal (2015) A New Lunar High-Ti Basalt Type Defined from Clasts in Apollo 16 Breccia 60639, Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 173, 352–372.

M. Norman, L. A. Taylor, C.-Y. Shih, and L. E. Nyquist (2015) Crystal accumulation in a 4.2 Ga lunar impact melt.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, in press.

N. Krishna and P. Senthil Kumar (2016) Impact spallation processes on the Moon:  A case study from the size and shape analysis of ejecta boulders and secondary craters of Censorinus crater.  Icarus 264, 274–299.

D. Hurwitz and D. A. Kring (2016) Identifying the geologic context of Apollo 17 impact melt breccias.   Earth and Planetary Science Letters 436, 64–70.

P. S. Kumar, U. Sruthi, N. Krishna, K. J. P. Lakshmi, R. Menon, Amitabh, B. G. Krishna, D. A. Kring, J. W. Head, J.N. Goswami, and A. S. K. Kumar (2016) Recent shallow moonquake and impact-triggered boulder falls on the Moon: New insights from the Schrödinger basin. Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets 121, doi:10.1002/2015JE004850.

M. Schmieder, D. A. Kring, T. D. Swindle, J. C. Bond, and C. B. Moore (2016) The Gao-Guenie impact melt breccia – Sampling a rapidly cooled impact melt dike on an H-chondrite asteroid?  Meteoritics and Planetary Science 51, 1022–1045.

J. J. Barnes, D. A. Kring, R. Tartèse, I. A. Franchi, M. Anand, and S. S. Russell (2016) An asteroidal origin for water in the Moon.  Nature Communications 7, 10 p., doi:10.1038/NCOMMCS11684.

J. J. Barnes, R. Tartese, M. Anand, F. M. McCubbin, C. R. Neal, and I. Franchi (2016) Early degassing of lunar urKREEP by crust-breaching impacts. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 447, 84–94.

C. L. McLeod, A. D. Brandon, V. A. Fernandes, A. H. Peslier, J. Fritz, T. Lapen, J. T. Shafer, A. R. Butcher, and A. J. Irving (2016) Constraints on formation and evolution of the lunar crust from feldspathic granulitic breccias NWA 3163 and 4881.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica et Acta 187, 350-374.

J. J. Belluci, M. J. Whitehouse, A. A. Nemchin, J. F. Snape, R. T. Pidgeon, M. Grange, S. M. Reddy, and N. Timms (2016) A scanning ion imaging investigation into the micron-scale U-Pb systematics in complex lunar zircon.  Chemical Geology 438, 112-122.

K. H. Joy, I. A. Crawford, N. A. Curran, M. E. Zolensky, A. L. Fagan, and D. A. Kring (2016) The Moon as an archive of small body migration in the Solar System.  Earth Moon and Planets, in press.

D. A. Kring, G. Y. Kramer, G. S. Collins, R. W. K. Potter, and M. Chandnani (2016) Peak-ring structure and kinematics from a multi-disciplinary study of the Schrödinger impact basin. Nature Communications 7, 13161, 10 p., doi: 10.1038/ncomms13161.

K. L. Robinson, J. J. Barnes, K. Nagashima,  A. Thomen, I. A. Franchi, G. R. Huss, M. Anand, and G. J. Taylor (2016) Water in evolved lunar rocks: Evidence for multiple reservoirs. Geochim Cosmochim Acta 188, 244–260.

D. Harries and M. Zolensky (2016) Mineralogy of iron sulfides in CM1 and CI1 lithologies of the Kaidun Breccia: Records of extreme to intense hydrothermal alteration. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 51, 1096–1109.

Y. Kebukawa, M. Zolensky, Q.Chan, K. Nagao, A. Kilcoyne, Z. Rahman, R. Bodnat, C. Farley, and G. Cody  (2016) Characterization of carbonaceous matter in xenolithic clasts from the Sharps (H3.4) meteorite: Constraints on the origin and thermal processing. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 196, 74-101.

K. R. Bermingham , R. J. Walker, and E. A. Worsham (2016) High precision Ru isotope analysis using thermal ionization mass spectrometry. International Journal for Mass Spectrometry 403, 15–26.

K. Righter, M. A. Cosca, and L.E. Morgan (2016). Preservation of ancient impact ages on the R chondrite parent body: 40Ar/39Ar age of hornblende‐bearing R chondrite LAP 04840. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 51, 1678–1684.

V. Reddy, J. A. Sanchez, W. F. Bottke, A. Thirouin, E. G. Rivera-Valentin, M. S. Kelley, W. Ryan, E. A. Cloutis, S. C. Tegler, E. V. Ryan, P. A. Taylor, J. E. Richardson, N. Moskovitz, and l. Le Corre (2016) Physical characterization of ~2 m diameter near-Earth asteroid 2015 TC25: A possible boulder from E-type asteroid (44) Nysa.  Astronomical Journal 152:162 (7pp.), 2016 December, doi:10.3847/0004–6256/152/6/162.

M. Zolensky, R.  Bodnar, H. Yurimoto, S. Itoh, M. Fries, A. Steele, Q. Chan**, A. Tsuchiyama, Y. Kebukawa, S. Ito, M. Russel, and  M. Grady, Eds (2016) The search for and analysis of direct samples of early solar system aqueous fluids in water in the inner solar system. The Royal Society, in press.

N. E. Timms, T. M. Erickson, M. A. Pearce, A. J. Cavosie, M. Schmieder, E. Toliver, S. M. Reddy, M. R. Zanetti, A. A. Nemchin, and A. Wittmann (2017) A pressure-temperature phase diagram for zircon at extreme conditions.  Earth Science Reviews 165, 185–202.

P. D. Spudis and M. U. Sliz (2017) Impact melt of the lunar Crisium multiring basin.  Geophysical Research Letters 44, 6p., doi:10.1002/2016GL071426.

J. J. Kent, A. D. Brandon, K. H. Joy, A. H. Peslier, T. J. Lapen, A. J. Irving, and D. M. Coleff (2017) Mineralogy and petrogenesis of lunar magnesion granulitic meteorite Northwest Africa 5744.  Meteoritics and Planetary Science 52, 1916–1940, doi: 10.1111/maps.12898.

K. R. Bermingham and R. J. Walker (2017) The ruthenium isotopic composition of the oceanic mantle.  Earth and Planetary Science Letters 474, 466–473.

Pernet-Fisher, J. F., Joy, K. H., Martin, D. J. P., & Donaldson Hanna, K. (2017). Assessing the shock state of the lunar highlands: Implications for the petrogenesis and chronology of crustal anorthosites. Scientific Reports, 7. doi:10.1038/s41598-017-06134-x

K. Righter, M. Go, K. Pando, L. R. Danielson, D. K. Ross, Z. Rahman, and L. P. Keller (2017) Experiments on lunar core compositions: Phase equilibrium analysis of a multicomponent (Fe-Ni-S-C) system.  Earth and Planetary Science Letters 463, 323-332.

Kokelaar B. P., Bahia R. S., Joy K. H., Viroulet S. and Gray J. M. N. T. (2017) Granular avalanches on the Moon: Mass-wasting conditions, processes and features. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planet DOI: 10.1002/2017JE00532

D. Needham and D. A. Kring (2017) Lunar volcanism produced a transient atmosphere around the ancient MoonEarth and Planetary Science Letters 478, 175–178.

B. J. Shaulis, M. Righter, T. J. Lapen, B. L. Jolliff, and A. J. Irving (2017) 3.1 Ga crystallization age for magnesian and ferroan gabbro lithologies in the Northwest Africa 773 clan of lunar meteorites. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, 213, 435–456.

D. A. Kring, P. Claeys, S. P. S. Gulick, J. V. Morgan, G. S. Collins, and the IODP-ICDP Expedition 364 Science Party (2017) Chicxulub and the exploration of large peak-ring impact craters through scientific drilling.  GSA Today 27, 4–8, doi: 10.1130/GSATG352A.1.

S. Marchi, R. M. Canup, and R. J. Walker (2017) Heterogeneous delivery of silicate and metal to the Earth by large planetesimals.  Nature Geoscience, doi: 10.1038/s41561-017-0022-3, in press.

K. Righter, K. A. Pando, N. Marin, D. K. Ross, M. Righter, L. R. Danielson, T. J. Lapen, and C. Lee (2018) Volatile element signatures in the mantles of Earth, Moon, and Mars: core formation fingerprints from Bi, Cd, In, and Sn. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 53, 284-305.

Q. H. S. Chan,, M. E. Zolensky, Y. Kebukawa, M. Fries, M. Ito, A. Steele, Z. Rahman, A. Nakato, A. L. D. Kilcoyne, H. Suga, Y. Takahashi, Y. Takeichi, and K. Mase (2018) Organic matter in extraterrestrial water-bearing salt crystals.  Science Advances 4, eaao3521, 10p.

J. O. Burns, B. Mellinkoff, M. Spydell, T. Fong, D. A. Kring, W. D. Pratt, T. Cichan, and C. M. Edwards (2018) Science on the lunar surface facilitated by low latency telerobotics from a Lunar Orbiting Platform-Gateway.  Acta Astronautica, in press.

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Extended Conference Abstracts

T. Kohout, K. O’Sullivan, A. Losiak, K. G. Thaisen, S. Weider, and D. A. Kring (2009) Scientific opportunities for human exploration in the Moon’s Schrödinger Basin. Lunar and Planetary Science XL, Abstract 1572.

A. Losiak, D. E. Wilhelms, C. J. Byrne, K. Thaisen, S.Z. Weider, T. Kohout, K.O’Sullivan, and D.A. Kring  (2009) A new lunar impact crater database. Lunar and Planetary Science XL, Abstract 1532.

D. A. Kring (2009) Targeting complex craters and multi-ring basins to determine the tempo of impact bombardment while simultaneously probing the lunar interior. In Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Science Targeting Meeting, pp. 71–72, LPI Contribution No. 1483, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston. Invited.

M. D. Norman (2009) Lunar anorthosites as targets for exploration. In Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Science Targeting Meeting, pp. 82–83, LPI Contribution No. 1483, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston. Invited.

D. L. Eldridge, J. Korteniemi, T. Lough, K. I. Singer, L. Werblin, and D. A. Kring (2010) Sampling the youngest and oldest mare basalts: Important lunar regions. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1486.

M. E. Ennis, A. L. Fagan, J. N. Pogue, S. Porter, J. F. Snape, and D. A. Kring (2010) Lunar farside volcanism: Potential sampling localities within South Pole -Aitken Basin. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 2512.

A. L. Fagan, M. E. Ennis, J. N. Pogue, S. Porter, J. F. Snape, C. R. Neal, and D. A. Kring (2010) Science-rich mission sites within South Pole-Aitken Basin, Part I: Antoniadi Crater. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 2467.

A. L. Fagan, C. R. Neal, and A. Simonetti (2010) Apollo 14 olivine vitrophyres: Geochemical evidence for heterogeneous target materials. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 2226.

Everett K. Gibson and Colin T. Pillinger (2010) Re-assessment of “Water on the Moon” after LCROSS. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1829.

A. A. Nemchin, M. J. Whitehouse, M.L. Grange and J.R. Muhling (2010) High U-Pb ratios in the source of low-Ti volcanic glass beads from the Apollo 14 soil. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1836.

M. L. Grange, A. A. Nemchin, and F. Jourdan (2010) Review of ages of lunar impact rocks: Implication to the timing of Serenitatis and Imbrium Impacts and the LHB model. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1275.

J. Korteniemi, D. L. Eldridge, T. Lough, L. Werblin, K. I. Singer and D. A. Kring (2010) Assessment of lunar volcanic morphological diversity: Distribution of floor-fractured craters. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1335.

J. Korteniemi, D. L. Eldridge, K. I. Singer, T. Lough, L. Werblin and D. A. Kring (2010) Volcanic landing sites on the Moon: The compact and diverse Harbinger Region. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1339.

T. Lough, J. Korteniemi, D. L. Eldridge, K. Singer, L. Werblin, and D. A. Kring (2010) Mission options to explore the flux and evolution of lunar volcanism through space and time. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 2537.

C. Meyer (2010) Lunar Sample Compendium. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1016.

C.R. Neal, A. L. Fagan, and J. C. Oshrin (2010) Differentiating between pristine mare basalts and impact melts using quantitative petrography. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1647.

L. E. Nyquist, C.-Y. Shih, Y. D. Reese, J. Park, D. D. Bogard, D. H. Garrison, A. Yamaguchi (2010) Lunar crustal history recorded in lunar anorthosites. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1383.

A. T. Basilevsky , G. Neukum and L. Nyquist (2010) Lunar meteorites: What they tell us about the spatial and temporal distribution of mare basalts. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1214.

R. T. Pidgeon, A. A. Nemchin, M. L. Grange and C. Meyer (2010) Evidence for a lunar “cataclysm” at 4.34 GA from Zircon U-Pb systems. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1126.

R. W. K. Potter, G. S. Collins, D.A. Kring , W. Kiefer , P. McGovern (2010) Constraining the size of the South Pole-Aitken Basin Impact. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1700.

K. I. Singer, D. L. Eldridge, J. Korteniemi, T. Lough, L. Werblin, and D. A. Kring (2010) Using ArcGIS to identify landing sites with diverse mare basalt compositions. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 2520.

J. F. Snape, A. L. Fagan, M. E. Ennis, J. N. Pogue, S. Porter, C. R. Neal, and D. A. Kring (2010) Science-rich mission sites within South Pole-Aitken Basin, Part 2: Von Kármán Crater. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1857.

K.L. Robinson and A.H. Treiman (2010) Mare basalt fragments in lunar highlands meteorites: Connecting measured Ti abundances with orbital remote sensing. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 1788.

J. Gross and A.H. Treiman (2010) New insights into the complex history of lunar highlands: ALHA 81005 under reinvestigation. Lunar and Planetary Science XLI, Abstract 2180.

L. E. Nyquist, C.-Y. Shih, and Y. D. Reese (2011) Dating melt rock 63545 by Rb-Sr and Sm-Nd: Age of Imbrium; SPA dress rehearsal. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1868.

A. Wittmann, T. Lapen, T. D. Swindle, and D. A. Kring (2011) Petrography and provenance of impact melt and granulite particles from the ancient regolith breccias 60016, 61135, and 66035. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2289.

M. G. Galenas, I. Gerashimenko, O. B. James, I. S. Puchtel, and R. J. Walker (2011) Continued study of highly siderophile element characteristics of Apollo 17 impact melt breccias. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1413.

C. R. Neal, P. Donohue, A. Fagan, H. Hui, and K. O'Sullivan (2011) Using quantitative petrography to distinguish between pristine basalts and impact melts from the Moon. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2668.

K. Joy, D. A. Kring, M. E. Zolensky, D. S. McKay, and D. K. Ross (2011) Investigating the sources and timing of projectiles delivered to the lunar surface. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2103.

W. M. Vaughan, A. Wittmann, K. H. Joy, T. Lapen, and D. A. Kring (2011) Provenance of impact melt and granulite clasts in lunar meteorite PCA 02007. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1247.

R. J. Walker, J. M. D. Day, W. F. Bottke, L. T. Elkins-Tanton, D. Nesvrny, and A. J. Irving (2011) Abundances of highly siderophile elements in diogenites compared with the mantles of the Earth, Mars, and the Moon:  Consistent with stochastic late accretion? Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1386.

S. A. Braun, A. D. Brandon, K. H. Joy, and D. A. Kring (2011) Did meteorite bombardment sample deep lunar crust?:  Major and trace element compositions of granulite clasts in lunar regolith breccia MAC 88014. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2762.

A. L. Fagan and C. R. Neal (2011) Crystallization conditions of Apollo 16 impact melts. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2137.

J. T. Shafer, A. D. Brandon, T. J. Lapen, A. H. Peslier, and A. J. Irving (2011) Trace element geochemistry of a lunar granulite: Evidence from Northwest Africa 3163. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII Abstract #1508.

A. L. Nahm and D. A. Kring (2011) Evidence of normal faulting of the outer rings of Orientale Basin: Preliminary modeling results. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1172.

P. D. Spudis, D. E. Wilhelms, and M. S. Robinson (2011) Sculptured Hills: Implications for the relative age of Serenitatis, basin chronologies, and the cratering history of the Moon. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1365.

G. Y. Kramer, D. A. Kring, C. M. Pieters, J. W. Head III, P. J. Isaacson, R. L. Klima, T. B. McCord, J. W. Nettles, and N. E. Petro (2011) Analysis of petrologically significant regions of Schrödinger using Moon Mineralogy Mapper spectra. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1545.

T. Öhman and D. A. Kring (2011) Photogeologic analysis of impact melt-rich lithologies in the lunar crater Kepler using LROC and Kaguya data. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1177.

S. Marchi, W. F. Bottke, D. A. Kring, and A. Morbidelli (2011) New crater counts on the lunar farside. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1192.

R. W. K. Potter, G. S. Collins, D. A. Kring, W. S. Kiefer, and P. J. McGovern (2011) Numerical modeling of lunar multi-ring basins. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1452.

W. S. Kiefer, R. W. K. Potter, G. S. Collins, P. J. McGovern, and D. A. Kring (2011) Thermal evolution of large lunar impact basins:  Implications for basin compensation and the duration of the lunar cataclysm. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2349.

O. Abramov, D. A. Kring, and S. J. Mojzsis (2011) Modeling of impact-induced age resetting and partial Pb-loss in zircon grains. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2674.

K. M. O'Sullivan, C. R. Neal, and A. Simonetti (2011) Investigating the lunar magma ocean hypothesis with anorthosite 15415 and troctolite 76535. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2570.

L. E. Nyquist, C.-Y. Shih, Y. D. Reese, J. Park, D. D. Bogard, D. A. Garrison, and A. Yamaguchi (2011) Sm-Nd and Ar-Ar studies of Dho 908 and 489: Implications for lunar crustal history. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2368.

J. Gross, A. H. Treiman, J. Filiberto, (2011) Constraints on the geochemical variations and evolution of the lunar crust and mantle as revealed by Fe, Mn and Cr concentrations in olivine. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2805.

J. Gross, A. H. Treiman, L. Le, (2011) Unique spinel-rich lithology in lunar meteorite ALHA81005: Origin and possible connection to M3 observations of the farside highlands. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2630.

S. M. Elardo, F. M. McCubbin, C. K. Shearer Jr., and D. S. Draper (2011) Mechanisms for the depletion of Chromium in Mg-suite parental magmas. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2309.

C. N. Mercer and A. H. Treiman (2011) New lunar meteorite NWA 2996: A window into highland plutonic processes and KREEP metasomatism. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2111.

J. I. Simon, C.-Y. Shih, and L. E. Nyquist (2011) K-Ca and Rb-Sr dating of lunar granite 14321 revisited. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2754.

P. D. Spudis, P. J. McGovern, and W. S. Kiefer (2011) Large shield volcanoes on the Moon. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1367.

D. K. Ross, K. L. Thomas-Keprta, Z. Rahman, S. J. Wentworth, and D. S. McKay (2011) FE-SEM, FIB and TEM study of surface deposits on Apollo 15 green glass volcanic spherules. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2203.

K. M. O'Sullivan, C. R. Neal, and A. Simonetti (2011) Crystal stratigraphy of Apollo 12 basalts. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2172.

P. J. McGovern and M. M. Litherland (2011) Lithospheric stress and basaltic magma ascent on the Moon, with implications for large volcanic provinces and edifices. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2587.

A. L. Fagan, C. R. Neal, and A. Simonetti (2011) Distinguishing between Apollo 14 High-Alumina basalts and olivine vitrophyres: Textural and chemical analyses of olivines. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2149.

C. C. Allen, B. T. Greenhagen, K. L. Donaldson Hanna, and D. A. Paige (2011) Remote analysis of lunar pyroclastic glass deposits by LRO Diviner. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1512.

J. F. Snape, I. A. Crawford, K. H. Joy and R. Burgess (2011) A petrographic study of basalt fragments in Apollo regolith sample 12003. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2020.

J. F. Snape, S. Beaumont, R. Burgess, I. A. Crawford, and K. H. Joy (2011) An evaluation of techniques used in the age and petrologic analysis of Apollo 12 basalts. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2011.

S. Z. Weider, B. J. Kellett, B. M. Swinyard, I. A. Crawford, K. H. Joy and the C1XS team (2010) Western Oceanus Procellarum as seen by C1XS on Chandrayaan-1. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1684.

G. Kramer, S. Besse, C. Neish, J. Bandfield, T. Glotch, H. Tsunakawa, J. Haruyama, Y. Saito, Y. Ogawa, M. Ohtake, T. Matsunaga, Y. Futaana, M. Wieser, and E. Harnett (2011) New data integration towards solving the mystery of the lunar swirls. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1965.

B. L. Cooper, D. S. McKay, W. T. Wallace, and C. P. Gonzalez (2011) Fluids and their effect on measurements of lunar soil particle size distribution. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2210.

J. Lasue, R.C. Wiens, S.M. Clegg, D.T. Vaniman, K.H. Joy, S. Humphries (2011) Applicability of LIBS on the Moon: elemental analysis of lunar simulants in vacuum. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1165.

A. Wittmann, T. Hiroi, D. K. Ross, J. S. Herrin, D. Rumble III, and D. A. Kring (2011) Eucrite impact melt NWA 5218 – Evidence for a large crater on Vesta. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1984.

A. Wittmann, T. D. Swindle, A. Greshake, D. Rumble III, and D. A. Kring (2011) Geological context of the ordinary chondrite impact melt NWA 4150. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1419.

D. A. Kring, J. Balcerski, D. M. Blair, M. Chojnacki, P. H. Donohue, S. A. Drummond, J. M. Garber, M. Hopkins, M. S. Huber, S. J. Jaret, A. Losiak, A. Maier, J. Mitchell, L. Ong, L. R. Ostrach, K. M. O’Sullivan, R. W. K. Potter, S. Robbins, B. Shankar, E. K. Shea, K. N. Singer, M. Sori, S. Sturm, M. Willmes, M. Zanetti, and A. Wittmann (2011) Fold hinge in overturned Coconino sandstone and its structural displacement during the formation of Barringer Meteorite Crater (a k a Meteor Crater). Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1740.

D. A. Kring, J. Balcerski, D. M. Blair, M. Chojnacki, P. H. Donohue, S. A. Drummond, J. M. Garber, M. Hopkins, M. S. Huber, S. J. Jaret, A. Losiak, A. Maier, J. Mitchell, L. Ong, L. R. Ostrach, K. M. O’Sullivan, R. W. K. Potter, S. Robbins, B. Shankar, E. K. Shea, K. N. Singer, M. Sori, S. Sturm, M. Willmes, M. Zanetti, and A. Wittmann (2011) Asymmetrical distribution of impact ejected lithologies at Barringer Meteorite Crater (a k a Meteor Crater). Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1746.

S. Roy, R. R. Stewart, and D. A. Kring (2011) Seismic investigations at Barringer Crater, Arizona. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1644.

A. L. Souchon, J. Flahaut, P. Sharma, C. E. Jilly, J.-F. Blanchette-Guertin, and D. A. Kring (2011) Suggested landing sites to study key planetary processes on the Moon:  The case of Schrödinger Basin. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1791.

J. Flahaut, J.-F. Blanchette-Guertin, C. Jilly, P. Sharma, A. L. Souchon, and D. A. Kring (2011) Testing the lunar magma ocean hypothesis:  Science-rich mission sites. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1844.

C. E. Jilly, J.-F. Blanchette-Guertin, J. Flahaut, P. Sharma, A. L. Souchon, and D. A. Kring (2011) Lunar landing sites to explore the extent of KREEP and its significance to key planetary processes. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1270.

J.-F. Blanchette-Guertin, J. Flahaut, C. E. Jilly, P. Sharma, A. L. Souchon, and D. A. Kring (2011) Mission strategies for determining the vertical extent and structure of the lunar megaregolith. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1405.

P. Sharma, J.-F. Blanchette-Guertin, C. E. Jilly, J. Flahaut, A. L. Souchon, and D. A. Kring (2011) Identifying lunar landing sites for sampling lower crust and mantle material. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1579.

R. W. K. Potter , P. Donohue, Z. E. Gallegos, N. P. Hammond, and D. A. Kring (2011) Multi-ring basins: Where and how to best determine their structure. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1445.

Z. Gallegos, P. Donohue, N. Hammond, R. W. K. Potter, and D. A. Kring (2011) Maunder Crater: A case study of a landing site designed to fulfill multiple NRC (2007) science objectives. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1958.

G. E. Lofgren, N. S. Todd, S. K. Runco, and W. L. Stefanov (2011) Apollo lunar sample photographs: Digitizing the moon rock collection. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #1867.

A. J. Shaner, S. Shipp, J. Allen, D. A. Kring (2011) Educating the next generation of lunar scientists. Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2794.

F. Hörz, J. Gruener, G. Lofgren, J.A. Skinner Jr., J. Graf, M. Seibert, and the DRATS Science Team (2011) The traverse planning process for the DRATS 2010 analog field simulations.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2054.

F. Hörz, C. Evans, D. Eppler, M. Gernhardt, W. Bluethmann, J. Graf, S. Bleisath, and the DRATS Science Team (2011) Crew field notes: A new tool for planetary surface exploration.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLII, Abstract #2113.

O. Abramov, D. A. Kring, and S. J. Mojzsis (2012) Modeling of impact-induced age resetting and partial Pb-loss in zircon grains. Early Solar System Impact Bombardment II, Abstract #4042.

D. Bogard (2012) LHB evidence on asteroids. Early Solar System Impact Bombardment II, Abstract #4001.

M. G. Galenas, J. G. Liu, and R. J. Walker (2012) 187Os/188Os and highly siderophile element characteristics of Apollo 16 and 17 impact-melt breccias. Early Solar System Impact Bombardment II, Abstract #4003.

K. H. Joy, M. E.  Zolensky, D. K. Ross, D. S. McKay, and D. A. Kring (2012) Direct detection of projectile relics on the moon. Early Solar System Impact Bombardment II, Abstract #4035.

W. S. Kiefer, P. J. McGovern, R. W. K. Potter, G. S. Collins, and D. A. Kring (2012) The collapse of super-isostasy: The thermal evolution of large lunar impact basins and a volcanic intrusion model for lunar mascon gravity anomalies. Early Solar System Impact Bombardment II, Abstract #4026.

D. A. Kring, T. D. Swindle, and R. J. Walker (2012) New insights of early bombardment processes from accretion through the basin-forming epoch. Early Solar System Impact Bombardment II, Abstract #4015.

S. Marchi, W. F. Bottke, D. A. Kring, and A. Morbidelli (2012) Two populations of early lunar impactors as recorded in its ancient crater populations. Early Solar System Impact Bombardment II, Abstract #4018.

T. Niihara, L. Schaffer, and D. A. Kring (2012) Petrology of the impact melt clasts in 60016, ancient regolith breccia. Early Solar System Impact Bombardment II, Abstract #4016.

M. D. Norman and A. A. Nemchin (2012) Large impacts at 4.2 GA from Uranium-lead dating of lunar melt breccias. Early Solar System Impact Bombardment II, Abstract #4013.

R. W. K. Potter, G. S. Collins, W. S. Kiefer, P. J. McGovern, and D. A. Kring (2012) Thermal conditions during the lunar basin-forming epoch: Insights from the numerical modeling of lunar basin-forming impacts. Early Solar System Impact Bombardment II, Abstract #4009.

R. J. Walker, M. Touboul, and I. S. Puchtel (2012) Application of the 182Hf-182W isotope system to constraining the timing of late accretion to the earth and moon. Early Solar System Impact Bombardment II, Abstract #4004.

N. E. B. Zellner, T. D. Swindle, J. W. Delano (2012) Understanding the significance of lunar sample data for interpreting lunar impact history. Early Solar System Impact Bombardment II, Abstract #4011.

O. Abramov and S. J. Mojzsis (2012) Modeling of impact ejecta temperatures on the earth and the moon. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2723.

C. C. Allen, B. T. Greenhagen, K. L. Donaldson Hanna, D. Z. Oehler, and D. A. Page (2012) Derivation of FEO abundances in lunar pyroclastic deposits using LRO diviner. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1504.

S. M. Baloga, L. S. Glaze, P.D. Spudis (2012) Inferred lunar boulder distributions at decimeter scales. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1647.

D. C. Barker and J. E. Snow (2012) Phenocryst growth and compositional inhomogeneity of Apollo 17 glass spherules. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2926.

B. L. Cooper, D. S. McKay, R. L. Fruland, and C. P. Gonzalez (2012) Laser diffraction techniques replace sieving for lunar soil particle size distribution data. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2900.

S. T. Crites, S. Quintana, A. Przepiórka, C. Santiago, T. Trabucchi, D. A. Kring (2012) Lunar landing sites that will enhance our understanding of regolith modification processes. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1086.

K. Cronberger and C. R. Neal (2012) The textural pristinity of KREEP basalts: The role of impact melting and volcanic eruptions. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2203.

J. Davenport and C. R. Neal (2012) Revisiting the lunar magma ocean crystallization: Creating a unified hybrid model. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1546.

 M. Ebihara, S. Sekimoto, A. Yamaguchi, L.Nyquist, C.-Y. Shih, J. Park, and K. Nago (2012) Geochemistry of lunar highland meteorites Mil 090034, 090036, and 090070. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2003.

D. B. Eppler and Desert RATS Science Operations Team (2012) Managing science operations during planetary surface, operations at long light delay-time targets: The 2011 Desert RATS Test. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2175.

A. L. Fagan and C.R. Neal (2012a) Negative Eu anomalies in plagioclase: KREEP-like contaminant of impact melt. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1426.

A. L. Fagan and C. R. Neal (2012b) Apollo 11-type basalts from Apollo 16: A new type of High-Ti basalt? Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1429.

M. Galenas, K. Righter, L. Danielson, K. Pando, and R. J. Walker (2012) Experimental study of the partitioning of siderophile elements in a crystallizing lunar magma ocean. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2270.

D. J. Gombosi, S. L. Baldwin, E. B. Watson, T. D. Swindle, J. W. Delano, W.G. Roberge (2012) Argon diffusion in lunar impact glass. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2364.

J. Gross, A. H. Treiman, and C. Mercer (2012) Sinking the lunar magma ocean: New Evidence from meteorites and the return of serial magmatism. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2306.

T. Hiroi, H. Kaiden, K. Misawa, H. Kojima, K. Uemoto, M. Ohtake, T. Arai, S. Sasaki, H. Takeda,

L. E. Nyquist, and C.-Y. Shih (2012) Diversity in the visible-NIR absorption band characteristics of lunar and asteroidal plagioclase. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1168.

E. R. Jawin, W. S. Kiefer, B. Bussey, J. T. Cahill, M. D. Dyar, C. I. Fassett, S. Lawrence, and P. D. Spudis, (2012) The relationship between radar scattering and surface roughness of lunar volcanic domes. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1333.

E.R. Jawin, W.S. Kiefer, B. Bussey, J.T. Cahill, M.D. Dyar, C.I. Fassett, and P.D. Spudis (2012) Analyzing the evolution of surface roughness of lunar mare. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1343.

K. H. Joy, K. Nagashima, G. R, Huss, M. E. Zolensky, and D. A. Kring (2012) Mineral chemistry and oxygen isotope analysis of a chondritic projectile in lunar meteorite Pecora Escarpment 02007. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1021.

 J. J. Kent, A. D. Brandon, T. J. Lapen, A. H. Peslier, A. J. Irving, and D. M. Coleff (2012) In Situ chemical characterization of mineral phases in lunar granulite meteorite Northwest Africa 5744. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2559.

 W. S. Kiefer, R. J. Macke, D. T. Britt, A. J. Irving, and G. J. Consolmagno (2012) Regional variability in the density of lunar mare basalts and implications for lunar gravity modeling. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1642.

G. Y. Kramer, T. Öhman, A. L. Nahm, P. J. McGovern (2012) Pre- and post- impact influences on Schrӧdinger Basin’s structural geology. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1734.

D. A. Kring, W. W. Mendell, A. J. Shaner, S. S. Shipp, and J. D. Tygielski (2012) The Lunar Exploration Summer Intern Program: Plugging students into the lunar science and exploration pipeline. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2814.

D. A. Kring, S. Cole, K. Craft, S. Crites, T. Gaither, C. Jilly, M. Lemelin, M. Roseburg, L. Seward, E. Song, J. F. Snape, M. Talpe, K. Thaisen, M. Veto, M. Wielicki, F. Williams, E. Worsham, and J. Garber (2012) Extensional faulting of the overturned Coconino ejecta layer and emplacement of fallback breccia at Barringer Meteorite Crater (a.k.a. Meteor Crater). Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1618.

 D. A. Kring, O. Abramov, and S. Marchi (2012) Impact melt production during the basin-forming epoch. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1615.

 S. J. Lawrence, J. D. Stopar, B. R. Hawke, B. L. Jolliff, M. S. Robinson, P. D. Spudis, and T. A. Giguere (2012) Characterizing volcanic cones in the Marius Hills region. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2432.

M. Lemelin, C. E. Roberts, D. M. Blair, K. D. Runyon, D. Nowka, D. A. Paige, P. D. Spudis and D. A. Kring (2012) Finding volatiles on the lunar surface: An innovative multi-source ARCGIS-based approach. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1067.

J. G. Liu, M. G. Galenas, I. S. Puchtel, and R. J. Walker (2012) Late heavy bombardment of the moon: Evidence from Os isotope and highly siderophile element characteristics of lunar impact-melt breccias. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2366.

 J. G. Liu, R. D. Ash and R. J. Walker (2012) Fractionation and remobilization of siderophile elements in metal grains of Apollo 16 lunar impact-melt breccia 67095. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2683.

R. J. Macke, W. S. Kiefer, D. T. Britt, A. J. Irving, and G. J. Consolmagno (2012) Density and porosity of Apollo lunar basalts and breccias. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1299.

S. Marchi, W. F. Bottke, B. A. Cohen, M. C. De Sanctis, K. Wuennemann, H. Y. McSween, D. P. O’Brien, P. Schenk, C. Raymond, and C. Russell (2012) A new interpretation of 40Ar- 39Ar ages of eucrites and implications for Vesta’s collisional history. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2167.

P. J. McGovern (2012) An intrusive origin for lunar mascons: Magma ascent theory, gravitational signatures, and tests for GRAIL. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2937.

J. A. McGovern, D. B. J. Bussey, B. T. Greenhagen, D. A. Paige, J. T. S. Cahill, M. Siegler, and P. D. Spudis (2012) Mapping and characterization of non-polar permanent shadows on the lunar surface. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2550.

C. R. Neal and A. L. Fagan (2012) Petrogenesis of Apollo 16 impact melts. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2248.

T. Niihara and D. A. Kring (2012) Petrology of the centimeter-size impact melt clasts in ancient regolith breccia 60016. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1229.

M. D. Norman and A. A. Nemchin (2012) Heavy bombardment of the moon at ~4.2 Ga: Evidence from ages of lunar melt breccias and zircons. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1368.

M. D. Norman, N. E. B. Zellner, and K. Adena (2012) A new approach to dating lunar spherules using U-Th-Pb chemical ages. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1370.

L. E. Nyquist, C. -Y. Shih, and Y. D. Reese (2012) Redetermination of the Sm-Nd age and initial εNd of lunar troctolite 76535: Implications for lunar crustal development. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2416.

T. Öhman, G. Y. Kramer, and D. A. Kring (2012) Spectral analysis of the distribution of impact melt-rich lithologies in the lunar crater Kepler using M3 data. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2257.

K. M. O’Sullivan, C.R. Neal, and A. Simonetti (2012) A crystal stratigraphy approach to understanding melt evolution in the Apollo 12 ilmenite suite basalts. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2431.

R. W. K. Potter, G. S. Collins, W. S. Kiefer, P. J. McGovern, D. A. Kring (2012) Further modeling of lunar multi-ring basin formation: Insights into thermal conditions during the lunar basin-forming epoch. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1383.

K. E. Powell, P. J. McGovern, and G. Y. Kramer (2012) Olivine detections at the rim of Crisium basin with Moon Mineralogy Mapper. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1689.

A. Przepiórka, S. Crites, S. Quintana, C. Santiago, T. Trabucchi, and D. A. Kring (2012) Tycho Crater: A potential landing site to study a diversity of regolith processes and space weathering. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1387.

S. Quintana, S. Crites, A. Przepiórka, C. Santiago, T. Trabucchi, and D. A. Kring (2012) Moscoviense Basin: A landing site to study science goals associated with lunar regolith processes and space weathering. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1215.

C. E. Roberts, D. M. Blair, M. Lemelin, D. Nowka, K. D. Runyon, D. A. Paige, P. D. Spudis, and D. A. Kring (2012) The potential for volatiles in the intercrater highlands of the lunar north pole. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1371.

K. D. Runyon, D. M. Blair, M. Lemelin, D. Nowka, C. E. Roberts, D. A. Paige, P. Spudis, D. A. Kring (2012) Volatiles at the lunar south pole: A case study for a mission to Amundsen. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1619.

L. A. Schaffer, T. Niihara, and D. A. Kring (2012) Petrology of an impact melt clast from lunar regolith breccia 60016. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract # 1174.

A. J. Shaner, C. Shupla, S. Shipp, J. Allen, D. A. Kring, E. Halligan, and K. LaConte (2012) Bringing you the moon: Lunar education efforts of the center for lunar science and education. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2603.

B. J. Shaulis, M. Righter, T. J. Lapen, R. L. Korotev, A. J. Irving, and S. M. Kuehner (2012) Baddeleyite chronology of Northwest Africa 6950: A 3.1 Ga lunar olivine gabbro paired with NWA 2977 and the cumulate mare gabbro lithology in NWA 773. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2236.

C.-Y. Shih, L. E. Nyquist, and Y. Reese (2012) Rb-Sr and Sm-Nd isotopic studies of lunar green and orange glasses. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1606.

S. T. Simmons, T. J. Lapen (2012) Trace element geochemistry of Apollo sample 78236: Potential connections with other MG-suite norites. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2622.

P. D. Spudis, S. M. Baloga, L.S. Glaze, V. Dixit, S.M. Pantone, and I. Juvanescu (2012) Radar scattering and block size properties of lunar crater ejecta from Mini-RF and LROC NAC data. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1461.

H. Takeda, H. Nagaoka, M. Ohtake, S. Koybayashi, A. Yamaguchi, T. Morota, Y. Karouji, J. Haruyma, M. Katou, T. Hiroi, and L. E. Nyquist (2012) Comparisons of mineralogy of lunar meteorites possible from the farside and the Kaguya remote sensing data to reconstruct the earliest anorthositic crust of the moon. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1379.

T. W. Thompson, E. A. Ustinov, P. D. Spudis, and B. W. Fessler (2012) Modeling of radar backscatter from icy and rough lunar craters. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1069.

B. J. Thomson, D. B. J. Bussey, J. T. S. Cahill, C. D. Neish, R. Kirk, G. W. Patterson, R. K. Raney, and P. D. Spudis (2012) Excess numbers of enhanced CPR craters in the lunar polar regions. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #2104.

M. Touboul, J. G. Liu, J. O’Neil, I. S. Puchtel and R. J. Walker (2012) Time constraints on late accretion to the Earth and moon, and new evidence for early mantle differentiation derived from coupled investigations of W and OS isotope compositions. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1923.

T. Trabucchi, S. Crites, A. Przepiórka, S. Quintana, C. Santiago, D. A. Kring (2012), Identifying regions of interest needed to characterize the diverse physical properties of the lunar regolith. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1679.

D. Trang, J. J. Gillis-Davis, B.R. Hawke, P.J. Issacson, and P.D. Spudis (2012) The geology of the Plato region of the moon. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1792.

A. H. Treiman and J. Gross (2012) Abundant apatite in granulite 79215: Spoor of another volatile-rich lunar fluid. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1223.

A. H. Treiman and J. Gross (2012) Lunar cordierite-spinal troctolite: Igneous history, and volatiles. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1196.

R. J. Walker and M. Touboul (2012) Improved constraints on the relative timing of metal segregation in the early solar system using coupled W-Os isotopes. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1166.

N. E. B. Zellner and M. D. Norman (2012)  Compositions and ages of Apollo 15 lunar impact and volcanic glasses: First results. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIII, Abstract #1711.

D.A. Kring (2012) Using the Moon to Explore the Evolution of the Entire Solar System, European Lunar Symposium Programme and Abstract Volume, pp. 66–67.

J. Gross, A. H. Treiman and C. N. Mercer (2012) Lunar Feldspathic Meteorites: Constraints on the Geology of the Lunar Farside Highlands, and the Origin of the Lunar Crust. Second Conference on the Lunar Highlands Crust, Abstract #9021.

Kickapoo Lunar Research Team G. Y. Kramer (2012) Stratified Ejecta Boulders as Indicators of Layered Plutons on the Lunar Nearside. Second Conference on the Lunar Highlands Crust, Abstract #9029. 

W. S. Kiefer, R. J. Macke, D. T. Britt, A. J. Irving, G. J. Consolmagno (2012) Density and Porosity of Lunar Feldspathic Rocks and Implications for Lunar Gravity Modeling. Second Conference on the Lunar Highlands Crust, Abstract #9006.

G. Y. Kramer, D. A. Kring, and C. M. Pieters (2012) Deep Crust/Mantle Mineralogy Exposed in the Uplifted Peak Ring and Basin Wall of Schrodinger. Second Conference on the Lunar Highlands Crust, Abstract #9013.

D. A. Kring (2012) Impact Modification of the Lunar Highlands Crust During the Basin-Forming Epoch. Second Conference on the Lunar Highlands Crust, Abstract #9028.

O. Abramov, D. A. Kring and S. J. Mojzsis (2013) Assessing impact melt volumes calculated with diverse analytical and numerical methods. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2231.

C. C. Allen, K. L. Donaldson Hanna, C. M. Pieters, D. P. Moriarty, B. T. Greenhagen, K. A. Bennett, G. Y. Kramer and D. A. Paige (2013) Pyroclastic deposits in floor-fractured craters—A unique style of lunar basaltic volcanism? Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1220.

R. Andreasen, S. T. Simmons, M. Righter and T. L. Lapen (2013) Lutetium-Hafnium and Samarium-Neodymium systematics of Apollo 17 Sample 78236: Age and the importance of thermal neutron fluence on the Lutetium-Hafnium System. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2887.

R. M. G. Armytage and A. Brandon (2013) A non-chondritic earth as the result of collisional erosion in the giant impact: Contraints from existing lunar 142Nd data.

D. D. Bogard (2013) Analysis of thermal conditions required to reset Ar-Ar Ages. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1022.

J. W. Boyce, Y. Guan, A. H. Treiman, J. P. Greenwood, J. M. Eiler and C. Ma (2013) Volatile components in the moon: Abundances and isotope ratios of Cl and H in lunar apatites. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2851.

M. Chandnani, G. Y. Kramer, B. Fessler, T. Öhman and D. A. Kring (2013) Deep crustal lunar lithologies exposed in the south-western peak ring of the Schrӧdinger Basin. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1938.

G. S. Collins (2013) Numerical simulations of complex crater formation with dilatancy: Implications for gravity anomalies of lunar and terrestrial craters. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2917.

G. Cooper, F. Horz, A. Oleary and S. Chang (2013) The impact and oxidation survival of selected meteoritic compounds: Signatures of asteroid organic material on planetary surfaces. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract # 1868.

J. Davenport and C. R. Neal (2013) LMO theory, reverse modeling, KREEP, and ground truth: Clues to the bulk LMO composition? Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2885.

S. M. Elardo, C. K. Shearer, A. L. Fagan, L. E. Borg, A. M. Gaffney, P. V. Burger, C. R. Neal and F. M. McCubbin (2013) The origin of young mare basalts inferred from lunar meteorites NWA 4734, NWA 032, and LAP 02205. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2762.

A. L. Fagan, K. H. Joy and D. A. Kring (2013) Trapped 40AR/36AR closure ages of Apollo 15 regolith samples lithified over the past 3 billion years. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2392.

A. L. Fagan, Clive R. Neal, Sky P. Beard and T. D. Swindle (2013) Bulk composition and 40AR-39AR age dating suggests impact melt sample 67095 may be exotic to the Apollo 16 site. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract # 3075.

R. A. French, J. J. Barnes, J. M. Garber, W. D. Poole, B. Y. Tian, P. H. Smith and D. A. Kring (2013) Sample return landing sites that can provide information on the composition, structure, and evolution of the lunar interior. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract # 2914.

M. L. Grange, A. A. Nemchin, R. T. Pidgeon, R. E. Merle and N. E. Timms (2013) What lunar zircon ages can tell? Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract # 1884.

J. Gross, A. H. Treiman and H. C. Connolly Jr. (2013) A new subgroup of amphibole-bearing R-chondrites: Evidence from the new R-chondrite MIL 11207. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2212.

H. Hui and C. R. Neal (2013) Alternative interpretations for the reversed zoning in plagioclase of alkali anorthosite 14305,303. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract # 2880.

H. Hui, A. Peslier and C. R. Neal (2013) Evidence for a “wet” early moon. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1830.

D. M. Hurwitz and D. A. Kring (2013) Composition and structure of the South Pole-Aitken basin impact melt sheet. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2224.

K. H. Joy (2013) Trace elements in lunar plagioclase as indicators of source lithology. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1033.

Kickapoo Lunar Research Team and G. Y. Kramer (2013) Stratified ejecta boulders as indicators of layered plutons on the lunar nearside. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1246.

G. Y. Kramer, B. Jaiswal, B. R. Hawke and T. A. Giguere (2013) The basalts of Mare Frigoris. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2947.

S. J. Lawrence, G. J. Taylor and M. D. Norman (2013) Trace element geochemistry of mineral clasts in Apollo 16 impact melt breccias. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2848.

K. M. Lehman, G. Y. Kramer, R. G. Mayne and W. S. Kiefer (2013) Composition analysis of the Marius Hills volcanic complex using Diviner lunar radiometer experiment and moon mineralogy mapper. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1225.

J. G. Liu and R. W. Walker (2013) Multiple impactors evidenced in Apollo 16 lunar impact-melt breccias. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1837.

C. L. McLeod, A. D. Brandon, T. J. Lapen, J. T. Shafer, A. H. Peslier and A. J. Irving (2013) The petrology and geochemistry of feldspathic granulitic breccia NWA 3163:Implications for the lunar crust. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2003.

R. E. Merle, A. A. Nemchin, M. L. Grange and M. J. Whitehouse (2013) Stratigraphy of the Fra Mauro Formation defined by U-Pb zircon ages of breccia samples from Apollo 14 landing site. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1833.

A. A. Nemchin, M. L. Norman, R. A. Zeigler and M. L. Grange (2013) Constraining the flux of impactors postdating heavy bombardment using U-PB ages of impact glasses. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1834.

T. Niihara, S. P. Beard, T. D. Swindle and D. A. Kring (2013) Evidence for multiple impact melt clasts in Apollo 16 ancient regolith breccias: Support for late stage heavy bombardment of the Moon. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2083.

M. D. Norman and J. Roberts (2013) Metal particles in Apollo 17 impact melt breccias: Textures and highly siderophile element compositions. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1802.

K. M. O’Sullivan and C. R. Neal (2013) Crystal stratigraphy of lunar troctolite 76535: Implications for Mg-suite origins and evolution. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2658.

J. Park, L. E. Nyquist, C.-Y. Shih, G. F. Herzog, A. Yamaguchi, N. Shirai, M. Ebihara, F. N. Lindsay, J. Delaney, B. Turrin, C. Swisher III (2013) Late bombardment of the lunar highlands recorded in MIL 090034, MIL 090036 and MIL 090070 lunar meteorites. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract # 2576.

R. T. Pidgeon, M. L. Grange and A. A. Nemchin (2013) 1950 Ma annealing of radiation damage in a complex zircon from an Apollo 15 breccia. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1819.

W. D. Poole, B. Tian, R.A. French, J. Garber, J. J. Barnes, P. H. Smith, D. A. Kring (2013) Anchoring a geophysical network around the A33 moonquake nest to explore the interior structure and thermal evolution of the Moon. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1513.

R. W. K. Potter, D. A. Kring and G. S. Collins (2013) The attenuation of structural uplift, with depth, beneath impact structures. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2802.

K. Righter, L. Danielson, K. Pando, G. Shofner, and C.-T. Lee (2013) Modelling of equilibrium between mantle and core: Refractory, volatile, and highly siderophile elements. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract # 2358.

S. E. Roberts and C. R. Neal (2013) Petrography is still relevant! Examination of lunar melt rocks to determine formation and evolution. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2570.

A. J. Shaner, C. Shupla, S. Shipp, J. Allen and D. A. Kring (2013) Evaluating the High School lunar Research Projects Program. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2464.

M. Sharp, L. Loudin, O.B. James, I.S. Puchtel and R. J. Walker (2013) Characterizing the dominant impactor signature of Apollo 17 impact melt rocks and metals. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1280.

V. L. Sharpton (2013) Ejecta thickness and target uplift measurements from lunar crater rims. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2789.

B. J. Shaulis, M. Righter, T. J. Lapen and A. J. Irving (2013) 3.1 Ga crystallization age of magnesian and ferroan gabbro lithologies in lunar meteorites Northwest Africa 773, 3170, 6950 and 7007, and evidence for 3.95 Ga components in NWA 773 polymict breccia. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1781.

M. C. Smith and P. D. Spudis (2013) Geological map of the Nectaris basin and its deposits. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1248.

 J. F. Snape, L. Alexander, I. A. Crawford and K. H. Joy (2013) Basaltic regolith sample 12003,314: A new member of the Apollo 12 feldspathic basalt suite? Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract # 1044.

P. D. Spudis and M. C. Smith (2013) Stratigraphy and composition of Nectaris basin deposits. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1483.

K. L. Thomas-Keprta, S. J. Clemett, D. K. Ross, L. Le, Z. Rahman, D. S. McKay, E. K. Gibson and C. Gonzalez (2013) Complex indigenous organic matter embedded in Apollo 17 volcanic black glass surface deposits. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract # 2103.

B. Y. Tian, W. D. Poole, J. M. Garber, R. A. French, P. H. Smith, J. J. Barnes and D. A. Kring (2013) Landing sites optimized for geophysical studies of the structure and thermal state of the lunar interior. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1629.

N. E. Timms, S. M. Reddy, A. A. Nemchin, M. L. Grange, R. T. Pidgeon, P. A. Bland, G. Benedix, K. A. Dyl, M.-A. Kaczmarek and F. Jourdan (2013) Applications of electron backscatter diffraction to lunar and other extraterrestrial samples. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1942. 

A. H. Treiman, J. W. Boyce, J. Gross, Y. Guan, J. M. Eiler and E. M. Stolper (2013) Apatite in Granulite 79215: Geochemistry of a lunar metasomatic fluid. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #1567.

A. Wittmann and R. L. Korotev (2013) Iron-Nickel(-Cobalt) metal in lunar rocks revisited. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #3035.

A. Wittmann, R. L. Korotev, B. L. Jolliff (2013) Feldspathic granulite clasts in lunar meteorite shişr 161 – cumulates from a differentiated basin melt sheet? Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2061.

N. E. B. Zellner, M. D. Norman and F. Jourdan (2013) Compositions and ages of Apollo 15 lunar impact and volcanic glasses: Next Results. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2539.

M. Zolensky, T. Mikouchi, K. Hagiya, K. Ohsumi, M. Komatsu, P. Jenniskens, L. Le1, Q.-Z. Yin, Y. Kebukawa, M. Fries (2013) The nature of C Asteroid regolith from meteorite observations. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIV, Abstract #2179.

I.A. Crawford, S.A. Fagents, M.E. Rumpf, and K.H. Joy (2013) Early Solar System records preserved in lunar paleoregolith deposits. European Planetary Science Congress 2013, EPSC Abstracts, vol. 8, Abstract #EPSC2013-1100.

P.D. Spudis (2013) Composition of the Impact Melt Sheets of the Orientale and Nectaris Impact basins.  European Planetary Science Congress 2013, EPSC Abstracts, vol. 8, Abstract #EPSC2013–758.

D.A. Kring (2013) Exploring the Schrödinger and South Pole-Aitken Basins on the Lunar Farside.  European Planetary Science Congress 2013, EPSC Abstracts, vol. 8, Abstract #EPSC2013-714.

D. M. Hurwitz and D. A. Kring (2014) Destinations for sampling impact produced by the South Pole-Aitken basin impact event. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1398.   

R. W. K. Potter and D. A. Kring (2014) Collisional erosion: Consequences for the Young Earth. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #2230.

O. Abramov, D. A. Kring, S. J. Mojzsis (2014) Predictions of crustal age-resetting by impact bombardments on Earth. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #2491.

A. L. Gullikson, N. M. Curran, N. J. Potts, J. K. Dhaliwal, M. Leader, R. Rege, and D. A. Kring (2014) Traverse and station options for a robotic sample return to Schrödinger basinLunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #2082.

N. M. Curran, A. L. Gullikson, N. J. Potts, J. K. Dhaliwal, M. Leader, R. Rege, and D. A. Kring (2014) A robotic sample return mission to the northern portion of the Schrödinger basin peak ringLunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1475.

N. J. Potts, A. Gullikson, N. M. Curran, G. Chang, J. K. Dhaliwal, M. K. Leader, R. N. Rege, and D. A. Kring (2014) Mapping solar irradiance within Schrödinger basin for future robotic sample return missionsLunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1835.

M. K. Leader, R. N. Rege, N. J. Potts, A. L. Gulikson, N. M. Curran, J. K. Dhaliwal, and D. A. Kring (2014) Velocity of a rover as a function of slope of lunar terrainLunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #2683.

C. M. Altomare, A. L. Fagan, D. A. Kring (2014) Eolian deposits of pyroclastic volcanic debris in Meteor CraterLunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1448.

S. P. Beard, D. A. Kring, C. E. Isachsen, T. J. Lapen, M. E. Zolensky, and T. D. Swindle (2014) Ar-Ar analysis of Chelyabinsk: Evidence for a recent impactLunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1807.

T. J. Lapen, D. A. Kring, M. E. Zolensky, R. Andreasen, M. Righter, T. D. Swindle, and S. P. Beard (2014) Uranium-lead isotope evidence in the Chelyabinsk LL5 chondrite meteorite for ancient and recent thermal eventsLunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #2561.

A. L. Fagan, K. H. Joy, D. D. Bogard, and D. A. Kring (2014) Investigating a potential impact pulse in the Earth-Moon system ~2 Ga.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1907.

L. Alexander, J. F. Snape, I. A. Crawford, K. H. Joy, and S.S. Russell (2014)  A petrological and geochemical analysis of lunar basaltic fines 12070,891 and 12030,187. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1149.

A. Calzada-Diaz, K. H. Joy, I. A. Crawford, and T. A. Nordheim (2014) Matching regolith breccia and soil compositions using Lunar Prospector data. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1424.

N. M. Curran, K. H. Joy, and R. Burgess (2014) Determining the Regolith Histories of Lunar Meteorites. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1467.

J. F. Snape, R. Burgess, K. H. Joy, L. Ruzie, and I. A. Crawford (2014) Non-basaltic fragments in the Apollo soil sample 12003 Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1974.

S. E. Roberts and C. R. Neal (2014) Taking off the potassium coat:  A new hypothesis for VHK petrogenesis. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1282.

J. D. Davenport, C. R. Neal, G. A. Snyder, D. Bolster, and J. Longhi (2014) Forward, reverse and FXMOTR modeling of the LMO: A new look at the bulk composition of the LMO Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1112.

S. E. Roberts and C. R. Neal (2014) New insights into VHK petrogenesis through the quantitative textural analysisLunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1279.

C. R. Neal and J. D. Davenport (2014) Trace element evolution of the lunar magma ocean, the origin of KREEP, and the influence of garnet. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1181.

J. Davenport, J. Longhi, C. R. Neal, B. Joliff, and D. Bolster (2014) Simulating planetary igneous crystallization evironments (SPICES): A suite of igneous crystallization programs. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1111.

P. H. Donohue, C. R. Neal, R. E. Stevens, and R. A. Ziegler (2014) Crystal stratigraphy of two basalts from Apollo 16: Unique crystallization of picritic basalt 60603,10-16 and very-low-titanium basalt 65703,9–13. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #2648.

T. Haber, M. D. Norman, V. C. Bennett, and F. Jourdan (2014) Formation Ages, Cogenetic Relations and Formation Processes of a Set of Apollo 16 Impact Melt Rocks. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1693.

M. D. Norman, T. R. Ireland, and L. Cousins (2014) U-Pb Ages and Chemical Compositions of Apollo 11 Regolith Glasses. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1756.

D. J. P. Martin and P. D. Spudis (2014) New Geological Map of the Lunar Orientale Basin.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1368.

P. D. Spudis and D. J. P. Martin (2014) Composition of the Deposits of the Lunar Orientale BasinLunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1469.

J. A. Skinner Jr., D. B. Eppler, J. E. Bleacher, W. Feng, J. Gruener, D. M. Hurwitz, B. Janoiko, and P. Whitson (2014) Comparing and reconciling traditional field and photogeologic mappig techniques:  Lessons from the San Francisco Volcanic Field, ArizonaLunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #2913.

W. S. Kiefer, P. J. McGovern, R. W. K. Potter, J. C. Andrews-Hanna, J. Besserer, G. S. Collins, J. W. Head III, D. M. Hurwitz, K. Miljkovic, F. Nimmo, R. J. Phillips, D. E. Smith, J. M. Soderblom, G. J. Taylor, M. A. Wieczorek, and M. T. Zuber (2014) The contribution of impact melt sheets to lunar impact basin gravity anomaliesLunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #2831.

Y. Sonzogni and A. H. Treiman (2014) Petrology of a very-low titanium basalt (or picrite) clast in lunar highland regolith breccia 15295. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #1030.

J. W. Boyce, F. M. McCubbin, S. Tomlinson, A. H. Treiman, and J. P. Greenwood (2014) Equilibrium-exchange hygrometry and a solution to the lunar apatite paradox. Lunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #2096.

J. E. Bleacher, D. B. Eppler, J. A. Skinner, C. A. Evans, W. Feng, J. E. Gruener, D. M. Hurwitz, P. Whitson, and B. Janoiko (2014) Mapping planetary volcanic deposits:  Identifying vents and distinguishing between effects of eruption conditions and local lava storage and release on flow field morphologyLunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #2504.

D. E. Eppler, J. Bleacher, C. Evans, W. Feng, J. Gruender, D. Hurwitz, B. Janoiko, J. Skinner, and P. Whitson (2014) Comparing geologic data sets collected by planetary analog traverses and by standard geologic field mapping:  Implications for planetary exploration planningLunar and Planetary Science XLV, Abstract #2078.

W. F. Bottke, D. Vokrouhiky, S. Marchi, T. Swindle, E. R. D. Scott and J. R. Weirich (2014) The evolution of giant impact ejecta and the age of the Moon. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XLV, Abstract # 1611.

M. Sharp, I. S. Puchtel, and R. j. Walker (2014) Characterizing impactor signatures of Apollo 16 impact melt rocksLunar and Planetary Science Conference XLV. Abstract # 1064.

L. Alexander, J. F. Snape, K. H. Joy, I. A. Crawford, H. Downes (2014) Exotic lithologies at the ApollO12 site: Examination of fines from the lunar soil samples 12023 and 12003. European Lunar Symposium 2014, 40–41.

J. J. Barnes, R. Tartèse, M. Anand, I. A. Franchi, N. A. Starkey, S. S. Russell (2014) Assessing the volatile inventory of apatites in lunar impact melt breccias. European Lunar Symposium 2014, 36–37.

A. Calzada-Diaz, K. H. Joy, I. A. Crawford, T. A. Nordheim (2014) Finding launch sites of meteorites using lunar prospector gamma-ray spectrometer datasets. European Lunar Symposium 2014, 23–24.

N. M. Curran, K. H. Joy, H. Busemann, R. Burgess (2014) The moon’s regolith archive in lunar meteorites. European Lunar Symposium 2014, 38–39.

J. D. Davenport, J. Longhi, C. R. Neal, D. Bolster, B. L. Joliff (2014) Let’s spice things up: Simulating planetary igneous crystallization environments. European Lunar Symposium 2014, 81–82.

H. Irfan, I. A. Crawford, P. M. Grindrod, D. De Rosa, J. D. Carpenter (2014) Characterisation of a potential landing site of interest in the lunar South Polar Region. European Lunar Symposium 2014, 52–53.

K. H. Joy, J. Gross, T. Arai, S. A. Russell (2014) Global diversity of the lunar crust: Science and challenges of lunar sample return. European Lunar Symposium 2014, 89–90.

J. Bleacher (2014) Geologist crew assignments during delayed communication human exploration of solar system surfaces. SSERVI Exploration Science Forum 2014.

K. Klaus (2014) The Space Launch System and the path to Mars. SSERVI Exploration Science Forum 2014.

D. A. Kring, J. B. Hopkins, W. Pratt, and J. O. Burns (2014) Implementing the GER:  Human-assisted lunar sample return from the Schrodinger and South Pole-Aitken basins using the Orion spacecraft. SSERVI Exploration Science Forum 2014.

B. Garry and J. Bleacher (2014) The formation of pits in volcanic environments: Analogs and lessons for future planetary exploration. SSERVI Exploration Science Forum 2014.

C. Neal (2014) Using the Moon to go to Mars: Why lunar exploration should not be ignored. SSERVI Exploration Science Forum 2014.

C. Neal (2014) Developing the “Lunar Vicinity” scenario of the Global Exploration Roadmap. SSERVI Exploration Science Forum 2014.

K. Robinson, G. J. Taylor (2014) Varied H concentration and isotopic composition in the lunar interior. SSERVI Exploration Science Forum 2014.

A. Shaner, S. Shipp, and D. A. Kring (2014) Center for Lunar Science and Exploration E/PO. SSERVI Exploration Science Forum 2014.

D. A. Kring (2014) Exploring the Lunar South Polar Region and far side with human and human-assisted sample return missions. European Lunar Symposium 2014, 50-51.

F. E. McDonald, K. H. Joy, P. L. Clay, R. Burgess (2014) The origin and evolution of volatiles in the earth-moon system: A halogen perspective. European Lunar Symposium 2014, 85–86.

C. R. Neal, G. Schmidt, I. A. Crawford, P. Ehrenfreund (2014) Developing the global exploration roadmap: Expanding the “lunar vicinity” scenario. European Lunar Symposium 2014, 67–68.

A. A. Nemchin, M. J. Whitehouse (2014) Zircon from the moon, Earth and Mars. European Lunar Symposium 2014, 43–44.

K. G. Weilding, R. Bugiolacchi, I. A. Crawford (2014) Identification (and misidentification) of dark-halo craters within the Taurus-Littrow region of the Moon from MoonZoo Data. European Lunar Symposium 2014, 101–102.

S. Marchi, W. F. Bottke, L. T. Elkins-Tanton, K. Wuennemann, A. Morbidelli, and D. A. Kring (2015) The Bombardment of the Earth during the Hadean and Early Archean eras. Workshop on Early Solar System Bombardment III, Abstract #3008.

D. A. Kring, P. J. McGovern, R. W. K. Potter, G. S. Collins, M. L. Grange, and A. A. Nemchin (2015) Was an epoch of lunar magmatism triggered by the South Pole-Aitken basin impact? Workshop on Early Solar System Bombardment III, Abstract #3009.

R. W. K. Potter and D. A. Kring (2015) Testing the collisional erosion hypothesis for the Hadean Earth. Workshop on Early Solar System Bombardment III, Abstract #3010.

W. F. Bottke, D. Vokrouhlicky, S. Marchi, A. Jackson, H. Levison and T. Swindle (2015) The Earliest lunar bombardment produced by Moon-forming impact ejecta. Workshop on Early Solar System Bombardment III, Abstract #3012.

M. D. Norman (2015) The nature of the 4.2 Ga impact episode on the Moon: Evidence from North Ray Crater breccias, Apollo 16. Workshop on Early Solar System Bombardment III, Abstract #3014.

R. J. Walker, O. B. James, D. A. Kring, J. Liu, M. G. Sharp, and I. S. Puchtel (2015) Highly siderophile element characteristics of lunar impact melt breccias: A picture begins to emerge. Workshop on Early Solar System Bombardment III, Abstract #3016.

K. Righter and M. Cosca (2015) 40Ar/39Ar age of hornblende-bearing R chondrite LAP 04840. Workshop on Early Solar System Bombardment III, Abstract #3022.

K. Righter (2015) Re-evaluation of HSE data in light of high P-T partitioning data: Late chondritic addition to inner Solar System bodies not always required for HSE. Workshop on Early Solar System Bombardment III, Abstract #3023.

P. J. McGovern, R. W. K. Potter, G. S. Collins, D. A. Kring, M. L. Grange, and A. A. Nemchin (2015) Pulses of magma movement triggered by the South Pole-Aitken basin Impact.  Workshop on Early Solar System Bombardment III, Abstract #3027.

T. D. Swindle and D. A. Kring (2015) Was there concentration of lunar and asteroidal impacts at ~4000 Ma? Workshop on Early Solar System Bombardment III, Abstract #3030.

D. Hurwitz and D. A. Kring (2015) Potential sample sites for South Pole-Aitken basin impact melt within the Schrödinger basin. Workshop on Early Solar System Bombardment III, Abstract #3035.

D. Hurwitz and D. A. Kring (2015) Identifying the geologic context of Apollo 17 aphanitic and poikilitic impact melt breccias. Workshop on Early Solar System Bombardment III, Abstract #3037.

M. T. Touboul, I. S. Puchtel, and R. J. Walker (2015) The tungsten isotope composition of the Moon: New constraints on the giant impact. Workshop on Early Solar System Bombardment III, Abstract #3040.

D. A. Kring (2015) Botanical signature of tectonic fractures in the target rocks of Barringer Meteorite Crater, Arizona. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1036.

D. A. Kring, C. Atwood-Stone, A. Boyd, J. Brown, L. Corley, N. Curran, C. Davis, K. Korman, A. Maine, F. McDonald, S. Montalvo, R. Nuno, S. Oezdemir, K. Rathbun, N. Rhodes, H. Susorney, D. Weiss, and M. Zanetti (2015) Distribution of discontinuous Kaibab ejecta north of Meteor Crater, Arizona. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1186.

D. Hurwitz and D. A. Kring (2015) Identifying the geologic context of Apollo 17 aphanitic, ophitic, and poikilitic Impact Melt Breccias. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1196.

S. Farsang, A. L. Fagan, and D. A. Kring (2015) LL-chondrite LAR 12325: A product of an asteroid impact cratering event. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1402.

A. L. Fagan, K. H. Joy, and D. A. Kring (2015) Unraveling the bombardment history of the Earth-Moon system ~2 billion years ago. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1405.

D. D. Durda and D. A. Kring (2015) Size-frequency and spatial distribution of ejecta blocks at Meteor Crater, AZ determined from LiDAR and satellite imagery. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1487.

J. J. Barnes, R. Tartèse, M. Anand, I. A. Franchi, S. S. Russell, and D. A. Kring (2015) Determining the source(s) of water to the early Moon. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #2159.

R. W. K. Potter, D. A. Kring, and G. S. Collins (2015) Scaling of basin-sized impacts and implications for the Moon and early Earth. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1952.

G. Y. Kramer, D. A. Kring, P. J. McGovern, A. L. Nahm, and T. Öhman (2015) Compositional and structural characteristics of Schrödinger’s basin volcanism. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #2829.

M. E. Zolensky, T. Mikouchi, K. Hagiya, K. Ohsumi, M. Komatsu, and L. Le (2015) Evidence for impact shock melting in CM and CI chondrite regolith samples. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #2261.

T. Gregory, M. E. Zolensky, A. Trieman, E. Berger, L. Le, A. L. Fagan, A. Takenouchi, M. A. Velbel, and K. Nishiizumi (2015) Lithologies making up CM carbonaceous chondrites and their link to space exposure ages. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1227.

L. A. Rodriguez-Ford, L. F. Zambrano-Marin, B. M. Petty, E. S. Howell, and M. C. Nolan (2015) Arecibo Observatory Space Academy: Inspiring the next generation of scientists from Puerto Rico. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #2783.

F. Thiessen, A.A. Nemchin, M.J. Whitehouse, J.F. Snape, J.J. Bellucci, and R.E. Merle (2015) Comparing U-Pb sims ages of CA-phosphates in Apollo 12, 14, and 17 breccias. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1171.

J. F. Snape, A. A. Nemchin, J. J. Bellucci, F. Thiessen, and M. J. Whitehouse (2015) The “Rusty Rock” and lunar Pb. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1827.

M. G. Grange, A. A. Nemchin, M. J. Whitehouse and R. E. Merle (2015) Do Ree and Ti in lunar zircons reflect temperature and oxygen fugacity of lunar magmas? Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1910.

J. N. Murl and P. D. Spudis (2015) Geological mapping of the lunar Imbrium impact basin. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI Abstract #1719.

P. D. Spudis and J. N. Murl (2015) Impact melt from lunar multi-ring basins: Orientale and Imbrium. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI Abstract #1853.

A. H. Treiman, J. Gross, and A. F. Glazner (2015) Lunar rocks rich in Mg-Al spinel: Enthalpy constraints suggest origins by impact melting. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI Abstract #2518.

A. L. Fagan and C. R. Neal (2015) A unique lunar high-Ti basalt defined from clasts in Apollo 16 breccia 60639. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI Abstract #1411.

G. J. Taylor and K. L. Robinson (2015) Radically heterogeneous distribution of volatiles in the Moon. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI Abstract #2815.

K. L. Robinson, E. Hellebrand and G. J. Taylor (2015) The physical setting for felsite formation. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI Abstract #1623.

P. T. Lowe, C. R. Neal and A. Simonetti (2015) Accounting for the volatile elements: A method for quantifying trace volatile elements using solution mode ICP-MS. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI Abstract #1904.

C. R. Neal, P. H. Donohue, A. L. Fagan, and K. M. O’Sullivan (2015) Quantitative petrography of lunar basalts: Insights to origin and flow regime. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI Abstract #1299.

S. E. Roberts, and C. R. Neal (2015) VHK basalt petrogenesis via magma chamber and impact processes. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI Abstract #1297.

M. D. Norman and L. A. Taylor (2015) Crystal accumulation in a 4.2 GA lunar impact melt from a pre-Imbrium basin in the PKT: The Petrology and mineral chemistry of 67955. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI Abstract #1755.

A. Calzada-Diaz, K. H. Joy, S. Strekopytov, and I. A. Crawford (2015) Geochemical Analysis and Possible Launch Sites of Lunar Breccias Miller Range 090036 and Miller Range 090070Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1585.

T. Gregory, K. H. Joy, and S. Strekopytov (2015) Characterisation of howardite regolith breccia Miller Range 11100. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1996.

C. C. Allen (2015) Taurus Littrow pyroclastic deposit: High-yield feedstock for lunar oxygen. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVI, Abstract #1140.

A. R. Sarafian, S. G. Nielson, G. A. Gaetani, E. H. Hauri, S. M. Messenger, K. Righter, T. J. Lapen, E. Sarafian, E. Monteleone, H. R Mzarachall (2015) Wet Angrites? A D/H and Pb-Pb study of silicates and phosphatesLunar and Planetary Science Conference XLVI, Abstract #1542.

D. A. Kring and B. D. Andes (2015) Cavernous openings in the target rocks and crater walls of Meteor Crater, ArizonaSecond International Planetary Caves Conference, Abstract #9025.

G. S. Collins, D. A. Kring, and R. W. K. Potter (2016) Testing models of peak-ring impact crater formation. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2014.

D. Raggio, M. T. Bland, O. Abramov, D. A. Kring, A. Kumar, and J. Wittke (2016) Advancements in scaling models for ejecta blankets of lunar impact craters. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1401.

C. A. Denton and D. A. Kring (2016) Differential vertical and radial displacement along faults in the crater wall during the formation of Meteor Crater, AZ. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1197.

D. A. Kring, G. Y. Kramer, G. S. Collins, and R. W. K. Potter (2016) Using the Schrodinger Basin on the Moon to infer properties of the buried Chicxulub crater peak ring. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1659.

F. E. McDonald, D. J. P. Martin, E. S. Steenstra, S. Paisarnsombat, C. S. Venturino, S. O’Hara, A. Calzada-Diaz, S. Bottoms, M. K. Leader, K. K. Klaus, D. Hurwitz-Needham, and D. A. Kring (2016) A long duration human-assisted robotic sample return mission to the Schrödinger Basin part 1: Traversing the basin center. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1464.

D. J. P. Martin, F. E. McDonald, E. S. Steenstra, S. Paisarnsombat, C. S. Venturino, S. O’Hara, A. Calzada-Diaz, M. K. Leader, S. Bottoms, K. K. Klaus, D. Hurwitz-Needham, and D. A. Kring (2016) A long duration human-assisted robotic sample return mission to the Schrödinger Basin part 1: Traversing the basin wall. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1468.

C. A. Goodrich and D. A. Kring (2016) A large igneous clast in the Northwest Africa 092 chondrite (L3.7): Xenolith from a differentiated parent body or product of an ordinary chondrite related melt? Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1233.

J. M. Johnson, M. E. Zolensky, Q. Chan, and D. A. Kring (2016) Intriguing dehydrated phyllosilicates found in an unusual clast in the ll3.15 chondrite Northwest Africa 6925. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1608.

M. Zolensky, T. Mikouchi, K. Hagiya, K. Ohsumi, M. Komatsu, Q. H. S. Chan, L. Le, D. A. Kring, M. Cato, A. L. Fagan, J. Gross, A. Tanaka, D. Takegawa, T. Hoshikawa, T. Yoshida, and N. Sawa (2016) Unique View of C Asteroid Regolith from the Jbilet Winselwan CM chondrite. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2148.

M. Schmieder, D. A. Kring, T. D. Swindle, J. C. Carter-Bond, and C. B. Moore (2016) The Gao-Guenie (Burkina Faso) impact melt breccia - A piece of an impact melt injection dike on an H-chondrite asteroid. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1239.

M. Schmieder, B. J. Shaulis, and D. A. Kring (2016) Larkman Nunatak 06507 — Insights into the Impact melting of carbonaceous chondrites. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1646.

P. R. Phelps, M. Schmieder, and D. A. Kring (2016) LL-Chondrite Dominion Range 10092: A shock-metamorphosed sample from an impact-modified asteroid. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1698.

B. J. Shaulis, D. A. Kring, T. J. Lapen, and M. Righter (2016) Petrology and distribution of U-Pb ages in lunar meteorite breccia Miller Range (MIL) 13317. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2027.

B. J. Shaulis, D. A. Kring, T. J. Lapen, and A. H. Treiman (2016) In situ U-Pb age analysis of Apollo 17 impact melt breccias. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2033.

A. L. Fagan, K. H. Joy, K. Nagashima, G. R. Huss, and D. A. Kring (2016) Olivine and plagioclase oxygen isotope signature of non-lunar material in Apollo regolith breccias with closure ages ~1.79 to 1.70 GA.. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2789.

C. S. Venturino, D. J. P. Martin, F. E. McDonald, S. Paisarnsombat, E. S. Steenstra, S. O’Hara, A. CalzadaDiaz, S. Bottoms, M. K. Leader, K. K. Klaus, T. K. P. Gregg, and D. A. Kring (2016) Lunar pyroclastic soil mechanics and trafficability in the Schrödinger Basin. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1676.

D. Burney, C. R. Neal, and A. Simonetti (2016) Moderately volatile elements in lunar basalts: Implications for the lunar volatile budget. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2169.

D. Burney, C. R. Neal, and A. Simonetti (2016) Developing a method for measuring moderately volatile elements in lunar basalt using solution mode ICP-MS. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1514.

J. E. Bleacher, D. B. Eppler, D. B. Bussey, and C. R. Neal (2016) Astronaut geology training: Back to the future, déjà vu all over again. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2378.

C. R. Neal, R. L. Klima, and J. Plescia (2016) Dating the SPA Impact Event: What samples are needed and where are they? Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2282.

K. L. Robinson, J. J. Barnes, M. Anand, G. J. Taylor, and I. A. Franchi (2016) Volatiles in highly evolved lunar rocks: Connecting water and chlorine. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2199.

K. R. Bermingham and R. J. Walker (2016) Tracing the genetics of lunar impactors. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1485.

K. R. Bermingham, E. A. Worsham, and R. J. Walker (2016) Refining the Mo-Ru cosmic correlation. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1488.

G. J. Archer, J. Tino, R. J. Walker, and J. T. Wasson (2016) The 182Hf-182W isotopic systematics of H chondrite metal: Constraining the thermal history of the H chondrite parent body. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2973.

E. A. Worsham, K. R. Bermingham, and R. J. Walker (2016) Comparative molybdenum-tungsten-osmium isotope evidence for the diverse genetics and chronology of IAB complex iron meteorites. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2392.

B. Mayer, K. R Bermingham, E. A. Worsham, M. Humayun, and R. J. Walker (2016) Correlated nucleosynthetic anomalies in Mo, Ru, and Pd from iron meteorites. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2055.

E. K. Gibson, A. G. Tindle, S. P. Kelley, and J. M. Pillinger (2016) Virtual microscope views of the Apollo 11 and 12 lunar samples. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1199.

P. B. Niles, D. B. Eppler, K. J. Kennedy, R. Lewis, J. F. Spann, and T. A. Sullivan (2016) Research objectives for human missions in the proving ground of cis-lunar space. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2734.

R. C. Elphic, P. Lee, M. E. Zolensky, D. W. Mittlefehldt, L. F. Lim, and A. Colaprete (2016) Neutron spectroscopy can constrain the composition and provenance of Phobos and Deimos. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2957.

J. E. Bleacher, D. E. Eppler, and W. B. Garry (2016) Cartographic and geospatial infrastructure planning in support of human planetary exploration based on lessons learned from the desert research and technology studies. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2341.

R. E. Merle, A. A. Nemchin, M. J. Whitehouse, M. L. Grange, R. T. Pidgeon, J. F. Snape, and F. Thiessen (2016) Origin and transportation history of lunar breccia 14311. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1862.

F. Thiessen, A. A. Nemchin, M. J. Whitehouse, J. F. Snape, and J. J. Bellucci (2016) Apollo 12 Breccia 12013: Comparison and interpretation of U-Pb SIMS ages of Ca-phosphates and zircon. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1830.

M. Fries, P. Abell, J. Brisset, D. Britt, J. Colwell, D. Durda, A. Dove, L. Graham, C. Hartzell, K. John, M. Leonard, S. Love, D. P. Sánchez, and D. J. Scheeres (2016) Strata-1: An International Space Station experiment into fundamental regolith processes in microgravity. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2799.

G. G. Kenny, M. J. Whitehouse, and B. S. Kamber (2016) Differentiated Impact melt sheets may be a potential source of the Hadean detrital zircon population. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2473.

A. A. Nemchin, J. F. Snape, M. J. Whitehouse, M. Norman, J. J. Bellucci, H. Jeon, M. Kilburn, M. L. Grange, and F. Thiessen (2016) Lunar Pb. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1815.

N. M. Curran, K. H. Joy, J. F. Pernet-Fisher, and R. Burgess (2016) A new basaltic-bearing lunar meteorite Miller Range 13317. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1516.

D. J. P. Martin, K. H. Joy, J. F. Pernet-Fisher, R. Wogelius, A. Morlok, and H. Hiesinger (2016) Using quantitative Micro-FTIR spectroscopy to characterise the shock history of feldspathic lunar meteorites Miller Range 090034, 090070, and 090075. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1547.

J. F. Pernet-Fisher, K. H. Joy, and D. J. P. Martin (2016) Plagioclase in regolith breccias: Critical tools for deciphering the shock history of the lunar highlands. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1499.

A. Calzada-Diaz, K. H. Joy, and I. A. Crawford (2016) Investigation of lunar meteorites potentially sourced from cryptomare regions. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2075.

P. A. Taylor, J. E. Richardson, E. G. Rivera-Valent´ın, L. A. Rodriguez-Ford, L. F. Zambrano-Marin, M. C. Nolan, E. S. Howell, L. A. M. Benner, M. Brozovic, S. P. Naidu, J. S. Jao, C. G. Lee, J. D. Giorgini, M. W. Busch, S. E. Marshall, J. L. Margot, Adam H. Greenberg, F. D. Ghigo, M. K. Shepard, and J. T. Schmelz (2016) Radar observations of near-earth asteroids from Arecibo and Goldstone. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2772.

V. L. Sharpton, E. Lalor, and P. J. Mouginis-Mark (2016) Reconstructing excavation cavity shapes from anomalous rim height variations in fresh lunar craters. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1115.

M. U. Sliz and P. D. Spudis (2016) New geological map of the lunar Crisium Basin. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1678.

A. J. P. Jones, L. V. Bleacher, A. Shaner, B. Day, S. Buxner, M. Wenger, E. C. S. Joseph, P. Gay, S. Gurton  (2016) International Observe the Moon Night: Engaging a global audience in NASA planetary science and exploration. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #2899.

P. D. Spudis and M. U. Sliz  (2016) Impact melt from the lunar Crisium multi-ring basin. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1463.

L. L. Hood, H. Tsunakawa, and P. D. Spudis (2016) Magnetic anomalies within the Schrodinger Impact Basin: Orbital evidence for persistence of the former core dynamo into the Imbrian epoch. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVII, Abstract #1303.

J. J. Barnes, D. A. Kring, R. Tartèse, I. A. Franchi, M. Anand, and S. S. Russell. (2016) Determining the source(s) of H2O in the lunar interior.  Fourth European Lunar Symposium, Abstract #034.

D. A. Kring, P. J. McGovern, R. W. K. Potter, G. S. Collins, M. L. Grange, and A. A. Nemchin (2016) An impact-generated lunar magmatism hypothesis. Fourth European Lunar Symposium, Abstract #056.

J. F. Snape, A. A. Nemchin, J. J. Bellucci, and M. J. Whitehouse (2016) Pb isotope analyses of lunar samples:  Implications for the evolution of major lunar silicate reservoirs.  Fourth European Lunar Symposium, Abstract #072.

D. A. Kring (2017) Exploring the Solar System with an integrated human and robotic deep space programPlanetary Science Vision 2050 Workshop 2017, LPI contribution 1989, Abstract #8025.

A.H. Treiman (2017) Sampling the Solar System: The next level of understandingPlanetary Science Vision 2050, Abstract #8037.

P. B. Niles, D. Beaty, L. Hays, D. Bass, M. S. Bell, J. Bleacher, N. A. Cabrol , P. Conrad, D. Eppler, V. Hamilton, J. Head, M, Kahre, J. Levy, T. Lyons , S. Rafkin, J. Rice , and M. Rice (2017) Scientific investigations associated with the human exploration of Mars in the next 35 YearsPlanetary Science Vision 2050, Abstract #8167.

L. R. Danielson, D. Draper, K. Righter, F. McCubbin, and J. Boyce (2017) Exploring the largest mass fraction of the Solar System: The case for planetary interiorsPlanetary Science Vision 2050, Abstract #8120.

F. M. McCubbin, J. H. Allton, J. J. Barnes, J. W. Boyce, A.S. Burton, D. S. Draper, C. A. Evans, M. D. Fries, J. H. Jones, L. P. Keller, S. J. Lawrence, S. R. Messenger, D. W. Ming, R. V. Morris, K. Nakamura-Messenger, P. B. Niles, K. Righter, J. I. Simon, C. J. Snead A. Steele, A. H. Treiman, K. E. Vander Kaaden, R. A. Zeigler, M. Zolensky, and E. K. Stansbery (2017) Priority science targets for future sample return missions within the Solar System out to the year 2050.  Planetary Science Vision 2050, Abstract #8224.

A. Cohen , R. Arevalo Jr., W. F. Bottke Jr., P. G. Conrad, K. A. Farley, C. I. Fassett, B. L. Jolliff, S. J. Lawrence, P. R.Mahaffy, C. Malespin, T. D. Swindle, and M. Wadhwa (2017) Geochronology as a framework for planetary history through 2050.  Planetary Science Vision 2050, Abstract #8047.

A. C. McAdam, D. P. Glavin, J. E. Bleacher, Z. Arzoumanian, K. E. Young, K. Gendreau, I. L. Ten Kate, C. A. Malespin, H. B. Franz, and P.R. Mahaffy (2017) Characterization of water in surface and near-surface materials for studies of planetary history and resource prospectingPlanetary Science Vision 2050, Abstract #8043.

J. E. Bleacher, P. G. Conrad, S. D. Domagal-Goldman, C.A. Evans, G. P. Glavin, T. D. Glotch, T. G. Graff, S.D. Guzewich, R. Lewis, M. L. Lupisella, A. McAdam, P. B. Niles, N. E. Petro, A. D. Rogers, J. Skinner, J. C. Stern, P. Van Susante, M. G. Trainer, K .E. Young, M. S. Bell, S. J. Hoffman, D. H. Needham, L. E. Hays, and J. A. Hurowitz (2017) Long term environmental monitoring: Necessary strategy and integrated technologies to ensure successful science, resource utilization and planetary protection during human exploration.  Planetary Science Vision 2050, Abstract #8087.

P. A. Taylor, L. A. M. Benner, E. G. Rivera-Valentín, A. Virkki, M. W. Busch, and M. C. Nolan (2017) Ground-based radar observations: Enabling the future of small-body science, planetary defense, and Solar System explorationPlanetary Science Vision 2050, Abstract #8233.

D. Y. Wyrick, D. L. Buczkowski, and D. D. Durda (2017) Characterizing asteroid internal structure through tectonic analysesPlanetary Science Vision 2050, Abstract #8139.

K. E. Young, J. E. Bleacher, A. D. Rogers, A. Mcadam, C. A. Evans, T. G. Graff, W. B. Garry, P. Whelley, S. Scheidt, L. Carter, D. Coan, M. Reagan, T. Glotch, and R. Lewis (2017) Developing science operations concepts for the future of planetary surface exploration.  Planetary Science Vision 2050, Abstract #8197.

R. Lewis, P. Niles, M. Fries, F. McCubbin, D. Archer, J. Bleacher, J. Boyce, B. Cohen, C. Evans, T. Graff, J. Gruener, S. Lawrence, M. Lupisella, D. Ming, D. Needham, and K. Young (2017) Sample return enabled by a  crewed presence in cislunar or cismartian space:  Farther reach, better science.  Planetary Science Vision 2050, Abstract #8211.

D. A. Kring (2017) Exploring the Solar System with an integrated human and robotic deep space program.  Planetary Science Vision 2050, Abstract #8025.

R. M. Canup, S. Marchi, and R. J. Walker (2017) The fate of impactor cores in large terrestrial collisions.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1640.

D. Burney and C. R. Neal (2017) Moderately volatile element content of Apollo soil sample orange glass beads; Insights into the Moon's interior.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #2099.

M. A. Cox, A. J. Cavosie, S.M. Reddy, P. A. Bland, and J.W. Valley (2017) The hunt for shocked zircon in the Jack Hills: 21,000 and countingLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1402.

C. R. Neal and D. S. Draper (2017) Interpretation of ferroan anorthosite ages and implications for the lunar magma oceanLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1175.

M. A. Torcivia and C. R. Neal (2017) Ferroan anorthosite: Magma ocean product – and more!  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1480.

C. R. Neal (2017) Lunar LIPs: What story are they telling us?  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1912.

J. V. Morgan, S. P. S. Gulick, and the IODP-ICDP Expedition Science Party (2017) Drilling the peak ring of the Chicxulub impact structureLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1291.

G. S. Collins, N. Patel, A. S. P. Rae, T. M. Davison, J. V. Morgan, S. Gulick, and Expedition Scientists  (2017) Numerical simulations of Chicxulub crater formation by oblique impact.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1832.

L. Ferrière, A. S. P. Rae, M. Poelchau, C. Koeberl, and the IODP-ICDP Expedition Science Party (2017) Macro- and microscopic evidence of impact metamorphism in rocks from the Chicxulub peak ring IODP-ICDP expedition drill coreLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1600.

D. A. Kring, M. Schmieder, B. J. Shaulis, U. Riller, C. Cockell, J. Marco, L. Coolen, and the IODP-ICDP Expedition Science Party (2017)  Probing  the impact-generated hydrothermal system in the peak ring of the Chicxulub Crater and its potential as a habitat .  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1212.

D. A. Kring, P. Claeys, U. Riller, L. Xiao, G. S. Collins, L. Ferrière , K. Goto , M. Poelchau , A. Rae, N. Tomioka, M. Whalen, and the IODP-ICDP Expedition Science Party (2017)  Emplacing impact melt in the Chicxulub Peak RingLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1213.

M. Schmieder, D. A. Kring, and the IODP-ICDP Expedition Science Party (2017)  Petrology of target dolerite in the Chicxulub Peak Ring and a possible source of K/Pg boundary Picotite SpinelLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1235.

M. J. Cato and A. L. Fagan (2017)  An overview of type LI Chondrules in the CM Chondrite Jbilet Winselwan .  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #2676.

G. Libourel, P. Michel, M. Delbo,  C.Ganino, A. Recio-Blanco, P. De Laverny, M. E. Zolensky, and A. N. Krot  (2017)  Search for primitive matter in the Solar SystemLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #2280.

E. F. Schmidt and P. D. Spudis (2017)  Geological map of the Humboldtianum Basin and its deposits. Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1035.

C. M. Fortezzo, P. D. Spudis, and S. L. Harrel (2017) Digital global geologic  map of the Moon at 1:5,000,000-Scale: global unit concatenation, boundary reconciliation, and linear feature mappingLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1242.

J. J. Ende, E .J. Allender, N. V. Almeida, J. Cook, O. Kamps, S. Mazrouei, C. Orgel, T. J. Slezak, A. J. Soini, and D. A. Kring  (2017)  Landing site assessment for phase of EDSH-Enabled Lunar Missions being examined as an ISECG-GER mission scenarioLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1880.

O. M. Kamps, E. J. Allender, N. V. Almeida, J. Cook, J. J. Ende, S. Mazrouei, C. Orgel, T. Slezak, A. J. Soini, and D. A. Kring (2017)  Exploration of South Polar Region of the Moon: Tele-Operated Traverses.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII,  Abstract #1909.

A. J. Shaner, G. Y. Kramer, A. L. Nahm, M. Bakerman, S. Buxner, A. Hackler, and D. A. Kring (2017)  You too can advise high school researchers!  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #2002.

J. V. Morgan, G. L. Christeson, S. P. S. Gulick, and Expedition Scientists (2017)  High- resolution imaging of the Chicxulub Impact BasinLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1318.

D. H. Needham and D. A. Kring (2017)  Volatiles released during emplacement of Mare Basalts: implications for a lunar atmosphereLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1192.

S. Boyle, C. A. Goodrich , N. T. Kita , A. H. Treiman , and J. Gross (2017)  Calcic plagioclase-rich clasts resembling the NWA ungrouped Achondrite in Polymict UreilitesLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1219.

M. Fioretti, C. A. Goodrich, M. Shaddad, P. Jenniskens, M. Zolensky, I. Kohl, E. Young , D. Rumble, N. Kita, T. Hiroi, B. Turrin, and G. Herzog (2017)  A report on newly sampled stones of the Almahata Sitta Fall (Asteroid TC) from the University of Khartoum Collection, including a C Carbonaceous Chondrite.    Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1846.

D. D. Durda, D. J. Grosch, S. Chocron, J. D. Walker, K. R. Housen, and S. Marchi (2017)  Meter- scale target impact experiments: measuring momentum enhancement factor size scale effectsLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1264.

G. Jeffrey Taylor, L. M. V. Martel, and D. A. Kring (2017)  Lunar Granulitic Breccias and their role in understanding the lunar mantle and large impact eventsLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1591.

A. D. Whizin, P. A. Abell, J. Brisset, D. Britt, J. C. Colwell, A. R. Dove, D. D. Durda, M. D. Fries , L. D. Graham, K. Hartzell, K. K. John, M.  J. Leonard, S. G. Love, J. A. Morgan, J. N. Poppin, D. Sánchez-Lana, and D. Scheeres (2017)  The Strata-Microgravity experiment on small body regolith dynamicsLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #3043.

J. W. Zhao, L. Xiao, H .S. Liu,  Z. Y. Xiao, J. Morgan, S. Gulick, D. Kring, P. Claeys, U. Riller, A. Wittmann, L. Ferrière, and the IODP-ICDP Expedition Scientists (2017)  Shock metamorphic effects of the Peak Ring Granites within the Chicxulub CraterLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1421.

S. L. Simpson, G. R. Osinski, D. A. Kring, C.S. Cockell, and the IODP-ICDP Expedition Science Party (2017)  Preliminary characterization of hydrothermal alteration in the Peak-Ring of the Chicxulub Impact Structure, Mexico.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #2207.

M. A. Torcivia and C. R. Neal (2017)  Positive europium anomalies in pyroxenes in Ferroan Anorthosite: implications for Fan Ages.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1471.

K. Cronberger and C. R. Neal (2017)  How do Kreep Basalts form? evidence from 14160, 214.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1478

A. L. Fagan, C. R. Neal,  J. F. Rapp, D. S. Draper , and T. J. Lapen  (2017)  Application of new partition coefficients to modeling plagioclaseLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #2691.

J. F. Pernet-Fisher and K. H. Joy (2017)  Trace-Element Systematics of Fan Clasts within Apollo Regolith Breccias: implications for understanding the evolution of the Lunar Highlands Crust.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1931.

T. D. Swindle and J. R. Weirich (2017)  The effect of partial thermal resetting on AR-AR Plateaus.    Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1265.

L. B. Seifert, D.A. Kring, and T. D. Swindle (2017)  Ar-Ar dating of Apollo Impact Melts – searching for Imbrium.   Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #2993.

T. Niihara, H. Miyamoto, and D. A. Kring (2017)  Statistical classification of Apollo Impact Melt using major element compositionsLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1784.

K. L. Robinson, J. J. Barnes, J. Villeneuve, D. Johnson, E. Deloule, I. A. Franchi, and M. Anand,  (2017) Ion microprobe analyses of trace elements in Lunar Apatites.   Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #2822.

N. E. B. Zellner, P. Q. Nguyen, O. Vesa, R. D. Cook, S. T. Blachut, J. W. Delano, T. D. Swindle, S. Beard, and C.Isachsen (2017)  Only specific lunar Impact glasses record episodic events on the Moon.     Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #2619.
           
N. M. Curran, K. H. Joy, E. Füri, J. Carpenter, and the Prospect User Group (2017)  Understanding lunar regolith noble gas budgets: enabling science from the ESA prospect packageLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #2243.

C. A. Goodrich, D. K. Ross, and A.H. Treiman (2017)  A new type of foreign clast in a Polymict Ureilite: A Cai or Al-Rich ChondruleLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1101.

J. Gross, T.C. Prissel , R.L. Korotev , and S.W. Parman (2017)  Unique pink Spinel Symplectite Assemblage in Northwest Africa (NWA) : Breakdown reaction through solid-state diffusion and potential relation to Apollo samples.   Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #2589.

L. Hoare, M. Schmieder, and D. A. Kring (2017)  LI-Chondrite Northwest Africa: sampling an impact-cratered AsteroidLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1337.

T. Nakamura, M. Matsuoka, S. Yamashita, Y. Sato, K. Mogi, Y. Enokido, A. Nakata, S. Okumura, Y. Furukawa, and M. Zolensky (2017)  Mineralogical, spectral, and compositional changes during heating of Hydrous Carbonaceous Chondrites.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1954.

D. Burney, C. R. Neal, and A. Simonetti (2017)  Quantifying moderately volatile elements in Mare Basalts: application of the method.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII , Abstract # 1068.

K. E. Vander Kaaden, D. S. Draper, F. M. McCubbin, C. R. Neal, and G. Jeffrey Taylor (2017)  A synthesis of experimental data describing the partitioning of moderately volatile elements in major rock forming Minerals: implications for the MoonLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract # 1100.

J. W. Boyce, S. Kanee, F. M. Mccubbin, J. J. Barnes, H. Bricker, and A. H. Treiman (2017)  The abundance and isotopic signature of Chlorine in Urkreep: implications for the early degassing of the Moon.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1618.

V. L. Sharpton, E. Lalor, and P. J. Mouginis-Mark (2017)  Rim characteristics in fresh lunar craters indicate directional variations in excavation flowLunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #2186.

A. Mundl, R. J. Walker, M. Touboul, M. G. Jackson, M. D. Kurz, J. M. D. Day, V. Lekic, and R. T. Helz (2017) 182-W implications for Silicate Magma Ocean processes in Terrestrial Planets.  Lunar and Planetary Science XLVIII, Abstract #1607.

A. K. Virkki, P. A. Taylor, E. G. Rivera-Valentin, L. F. Zambrano-Marin, B. A. Apointe, and D. A. Kring (2017) Ground-based radar observations of human space flight accessible targets.  Fifth IAA Planetary Defense Conference, Abstract # IAA-PDC-17-03-P16.

K. Righter (2017) Redox variations in early solar system materials and implications for late stage planetary accretion and planet formationAccretion: Building New Worlds, Abstract #2029.

K. A. Kretke, W. F. Bottke, H. F. Levison, and D. A. Kring (2017) Mixing of the asteroid belt due to the formation of the giant planetsAccretion: Building New Worlds, Abstract #2027.

D. A. Kring (2017) Planetary accretion as informed by meteoritic samples of early solar system planetesimalsAccretion: Building New Worlds, Abstract #2034.

M. Schmieder and D. A. Kring (2018) Impacts on the LL-Chondrite Asteroid(s) — New Insights from shock-melted meteoritesLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1739. 

M. Schmieder, T. M. Erickson, E. Tohver, and D. A. Kring (2018) A Ti-, Zr-, Th-, and U-Rich hydrothermal assemblage associated with the precambrian yarrabubba impact structure (Western Australia)Lunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1782.

P. Lambert, C. Alwmark, D. Baratoux, S. Bouley, A. Brack, P. Bruneton, E. Buchner, P. Claeys, M. R. Dence, A. Courtin Nomade, I. Duhamel Achin, J. P. Floch, B. M. French, C. Fudge, J. Gattacceca, R. L. Gibson, S. Goderis, R. A. F. Grieve, K. W. Hodges, F. Hörz, M. Humayun, F. Jourdan, S. P. Kelley, T. Kenkmann, D. A. Kring, F. Langenhorst, M. R. Lee, P. Lindgren, J. Lofi, J. P. Lorand, B. Luais, V. Masaitis, A. Meunier, C. B. Moore, J. Ormö, G. R. Osinski, S. Petit, P. A. Oezard, M. Poelchau, J. Pohl, Y. Quesnel, C. Ramboz, H. Reeves, P. Rochette, H. M. Sapers, M. Schmieder, P. H. Schultz, S. P. Schwenzer, T. Sharp, C. S. Shoemaker, S. L. Simpson, D. Stöffler, E. Sturkell, H. Trumel, E. Walton, F. Westall, A. Wittmann, and K. Wünnemann (2018)  Rochechouart 2017–Drilling Campaign: First resultsLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1954 .

S. L. Simpson, G. R. Osinski, F. J. Longstaffe, D. A. Kring, M. Schmieder, M. Svensson, and S. P. S. Gulick (2018) Characterization of impact glass alteration and associated secondary clay mineralogy through the upper Chicxulub Peak-RingLunar and Planetary Science XLIX,  Abstract #2518.

J. G. Grabiec, M. Schmieder, and D. A. Kring (2018)  A petrological assessment of shock deformation in uplifted crater wall strata of Barringer Meteorite Crater, ArizonaLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1481. 

K. E. Vander Kaaden, D. S. Draper, F. M. McCubbin, R. L. Rowland, J. J. Reppart, C. R. Neal, D. C. Burney, and G. J. Taylor (2018)  Partitioning of moderately volatile elements in major rock forming minerals at low pressure: Implications for the MoonLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1233. 

K. L. Robinson and D. A. Kring (2018) The Northwest Africa 5744 Group: A glimpse into Schrödinger-like lithologies?
Lunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1635. 

K. L. Robinson, C. L. Smith, A. T. Kearsley, K. Nagashima, A. W. R. Bevan, M. Anand, G. J. Taylor, and D. A. Kring (2018)  Fragments of multiple impactors preserved in Lunar Meteorite Lynch 002Lunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1454. 

T. M. Erickson, C. L. Kirkland, and N. E. Timms (2018)  Deformation microstructures preserved in zircon and monazite from the Yarrabubba Impact Structure, Western AustraliaLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1764. 

T. M. Erickson and D. A. Kring (2018)  Contrasting shock microstructure development in zircon from porous and crystalline target lithologiesLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1263 .

P. J. McGovern (2018) Intra- and trans-(impact)-basin igneous provinces on the Moon and Mars: Signposts of broad-scale primordial eventsLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1814. 

N. E. B. Zellner, M. D. Norman, and F. Jourdan (2018)  Volcanic events at the Apollo 15 Landing Site: Eruption ages from old to young. Lunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #2356. 

M. D. Norman (2018)  Impact melt rocks from Apollo 17: A brief reviewLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1745.

F. C. F. Venditti, L. O. Marchi, A. K. Misra, and A. F. B. A. Prado (2018) Dynamics of tethered binary asteroid systems.
Lunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1885. 

A. K. Virkki, P. A. Taylor, S. S. Bhiravarasu, E. S. Howell, C. Lejoly, M. C. Nolan, and E. G. Rivera-Valentín (2018)  Surface properties of space flight accessible near-earth objectsLunar and Planetary Science XLIX  , Abstract #2322. 
  
C. A. Goodrich, J. Gillis-Davis, E. Cloutis, D. Applin, D. Takir, C. Hibbitts, R. Christoffersen, M. Fries, R. Klima, and S. Decker (2018)  Effects of space weathering on reflectance spectra of Ureilites: First studiesLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1579. 

M. E. I. Riebe, H. Busemann, C. A. Goodrich, C. Maden, and M. Shaddad (2018)  Noble gases and cosmic ray exposure ages of the newly discovered Almahata Sitta c1+ureilite breccia sampleLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #2295. 

Q.-Z. Yin, M. E. Sanborn, C. E. Goodrich, M. Zolensky, A. M. Fioretti, M. Shaddad, I. E. Kohl, and E. D. Young (2018)
Nebula scale mixing between non-carbonaceous and carbonaceous chondrite reservoirs: Testing the grand tack model with Almahata Sitta stonesLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1810. 

D. Burney, C. R. Neal, and G. J. Taylor (2018)  Moderately volatile elements (mves) in Lunar basalts; An investigation into the evolution of the mare source regionsLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1274.

D. Burney, C. R. Neal, and J. M.D. Day (2018)  Moderately volatile elements (mves) in the Martian and Lunar mantles
Lunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1630. 

C. R. Neal, D. Burney, D. A. Kring, M. Schmieder, S. Tikoo, U. P. Riller, S. L. Simpson, G. Osinski, C. S. Cockell, M. Coolen, S. P. S. Gulick, J. V. Morgan, and Expedition 364 Scientists (2018)  What do platinum group elements reveal about the formation of the Chicxulub Impact Basin?  Lunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #2067. 

 A. L. Fagan, J. Gross, S. Ramsey, and B. Turrin (2018) Northwest Africa 8632 — Recording young lunar volcanism.
Lunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #2584

A. L. Fagan, A. Udry, J. P. Gannon, M. J. Cato, and Spring 2017 WCU Petrology Class (2018) Northwest Africa 8632 — Crystal size distribution variation and potential link to Northwest Africa 032Lunar and Planetary Science XLIX  , Abstract #2601

A. H. Treiman, J. M. LaManna, L. M. Anovitz, D. S. Hussey, and D. L. Jacobson (2018)  Neutron computed tomography of meteorites: Detecting hydrogen-bearing materialsLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #1993. 
  
T. Lobpries and T. J. Lapen (2018) A potential impact site in the Sahara Desert, Niger, based on remote sensing evidenceLunar and Planetary Science XLIX  , Abstract #1636. 

S. P. Beard, D. Weimer, H. Busemann, C. Maden, and T. D. Swindle (2018) Cosmic-Ray exposure ages of brachinites and brachinite-like achondritesLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #2669. 
  
M. Zolensky, J. Johnson, K. Ziegler, Q. Chan, Y. Kebukawa, W. Bottke, M. Fries, J. Martinez, and L. Le (2018)
Meteoritic evidence for injection of trans-neptunian objects into the inner solar systemLunar and Planetary Science XLIX , Abstract #1789. 

M. Zolensky, J. Martinez, S. Sitzman, T. Mikouchi, K. Hagiya, K. Ohsumi, Y. Terada, N. Yagi, M. Komatsu, H. Ozawa, Y. Taki, Y. Yamasuta, A. Takenouchi, H. Hasegawa, H. Ono, K. Higashi, M. Takata, A. Hirata, A. Kurokawa, and S. Yamaguchi (2018)  Measuring the shock stage of asteroid regolith grains by electron back-scattered diffractionLunar and Planetary Science XLIX, Abstract #2049. 

Q.-Z. Yin, M. E. Sanborn, C. E. Goodrich, M. Zolensky, A. M. Fioretti, M. Shaddad, I. E. Kohl, and E. D. Young (2018)  Nebula scale mixing between non-carbonaceous and carbonaceous chondrite reservoirs: Testing the Grand Tack Model with Almahata Sitta StonesLunar and Planetary Science XLIX  , Abstract #1810. 
  
Q. H. S. Chan, M. E. Zolensky, Y. Kebukawa, I. A. Franchi, I. P. Wright, X. Zhao, Z. Rahman, and J. Utas (2018)
Primitive O-, N-, and C-Rich organic vein preserved in a xenolith hosted in the metamorphosed Carancas MeteoriteLunar and Planetary Science XLIX  , Abstract #1191 .

D. H. Needham, D. E. Moser, R. M. Suggs, W. J. Cooke, D. A. Kring, C. R. Neal, and C. I. Fassett (2018) Impact flash monitoring facility on the Deep Space Gateway. NASA Gateway Science Workshop, Abstract #3031.

J. O. Burns, T. Fong, D. A. Kring, and J. B. Hopkins (2018) Space science and exploration on the lunar farside facilitated by surface telerobotics from the Deep Space Gateway. NASA Gateway Science Workshop, Abstract #3004.

D. A. Kring (2018) Accessing the lunar farside and facilitating human-assisted sample return with the Deep Space Gateway. NASA Gateway Science Workshop, Abstract #3043.

D. A. Kring (2018) Deep Space Gateway support of lunar surface ops and tele-operational transfer of surface assets to the next landing site. NASA Gateway Science Workshop, Abstract #3044.

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Conference Abstracts

D. A. Kring, T. D. Swindle, A. Wittmann (2009) The Lunar Cataclysm Hypothesis and implications for the entire solar system. Paper 135-1, Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, vol. 41, no. 7, p. 363.

G. E. Lofgren, F. Hörz, M. S. Bell, B. A. Cohen, D. B. Eppler, C. A. Evans, J. E. Gruener, K. V. Hodges, J. M. Hurtado, B. M. Hynek, D. A. Kring, P. Lee, D. W. Ming, and J. W. Rice (2009) Science support room operations during Desert RATS 2009. Annual Meeting of LEAG (Lunar Exploration Analysis Group), Abstract #2031.

C. Meyer (2009) The Lunar Sample Compendium. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 34.

C. Neal (2009) The Lunar Exploration Roadmap: Progress and future work. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 142.

C. Neal (2009) The next mission after ILN: Report from the LPSC “Next Mission” Community Forum. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 147.

K. Righter (2009) Lunar Meteorite Compendium: A resource for the lunar science community. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 157.

N. Todd (2009) Apollo lunar rock sample photographs. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 156.

J. T. Shafer, C. Hall, T. J. Lapen, and A. D. Brandon (2010) Northwest Africa 3163: A window into the deep lunar crust? Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 74, Suppl. 1, p. A939.

R. J. Walker, I. S. Puchtel, J. M. D. Day, M. G. Galenas, and A. D. Brandon (2010) Clues to the formation of the terrestrial planets from highly siderophile elements.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 74, Suppl. 1, p. A1093.

K. H. Joy, D. A. Kring, D. D. Bogard, M. E. Zolensky, and D. S. McKay (2010) Reexamination of the formation ages of Apollo 16 regolith breccias. 73rd Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting, Abstract 5227.

K. H. Joy, G. J. Taylor, G. R. Huss, K. Nagashima, I. A. Crawford (2010) An unusual magnesian troctolitic gabbro in lunar meteorite Mac 88105: An Example of new rock types found in lunar meteorites. 73rd Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting, Abstract 5426.

J. Gross and A. H. Treiman (2010) “Massif” anorthosites in ALHA81005: Possible origin from a diapir? 73rd Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting, Abstract 5435.

A. L. Fagan and C. R. Neal (2010) Apollo 16 impact melt vs basalt: Textural and chemical analyses.  Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, v. 74, Suppl. 1, p. A276.

L. E. Nyquist, C.-Y. Shih, D. D. Bogard, and A. Yamaguchi (2010) Lunar crustal history from isotopic studies of lunar anorthositesGlobal Lunar Science Conference, Abstract 5909.

L. E. Nyquist, C.-Y. Shih, Y. D. Reese, J. Park, D. D. Bogard, D. H. Garrison, A. Yamaguchi, and K. H. Joy (2010) Implications for lunar crustal evolution from Y-86032 and Dho 908. Papers presented to the Thirty-third Symposium on Antarctic Meteorites.

G. S. Collins, R. W. K. Potter, D. A. Kring, W. S. Kiefer, P. J. McGovern (2010) Modelling the South Pole-Aitken Basin Impact.  Nördlingen 2010: The Ries Crater, the Moon, and the Future of Human Space Exploration.  Abstract 7023.

K. H. Joy, D. A. Kring, D. D. Bogard, M. E. Zolensky, and D. S. McKay (2010) Formation age of the Apollo 16 regolith breccias: Implications for accessing the bombardment history of the Moon.  Nördlingen 2010: The Ries Crater, the Moon, and the Future of Human Space Exploration.  Abstract 7037.

T. Kohout, K. O’Sullivan, K. G. Thaisen, and D. A. Kring (2010) Exploring key lunar stratigraphic units representing 4 billion years of lunar history within Schrödinger Basin. Nördlingen 2010: The Ries Crater, the Moon, and the Future of Human Space Exploration.  Abstract 7031.

D. A. Kring (2010) What can astronauts learn from terrestrial impact craters for operations on the Moon and Mars? Nördlingen 2010: The Ries Crater, the Moon, and the Future of Human Space Exploration.  Abstract 7036. Invited paper.

C. Allen (2010) LRO Diviner soil composition measurements – Lunar sample “ground truth". NLSI Forum, Abstract #43.

C. Allen (2010) Lunar sample reference suite :  “Ground Truth”  for instrument development and testing. NLSI Forum, Abstract #37.

J. Allen (2010) Lunar sample education disk program – Space rocks for classrooms, museums, science centers and libraries. NLSI Forum, Abstract #208.  

A. Fagan (2010) Apollo 16 sample 60635: Evidence for assimilated KREEP-rich material? NLSI Forum, Abstract #214.

W. B. Garry and the Desert RATS Team (2010) Strategies for planetary geologic studies and surface science operations with a pressurized rover: NASA Desert RATS 2009. NLSI Forum, Abstract #53.

E. K. Gibson (2010) Re-Assessment of “Water on the Moon” after LCROSS. NLSI Forum, Abstract #31. To be presented by David Draper

D. Kring (2010) Mission design and astronaut training needed to determine the impact flux on the Moon and throughout the inner solar system. NLSI Forum, Abstract #175.  

C. Neal (2010) Impact melt or pristine basalt?  The application of quantitative petrography to lunar basalts. NLSI Forum, Abstract #184.  

K. O’Sullivan (2010) Investigating the petrogenesis of the Apollo 12 pigeonite basalt suite. NLSI Forum, Abstract #202.

S. Shipp (2010) Developing the vision for lunar science and exploration education and public outreach. NLSI Forum, Abstract #235.

P. Spudis (2010) Results for the poles of the Moon from Mini-SAR, Chandrayaan-1 mission. NLSI Forum, Abstract #85.  

D. A. Kring (2010) The Moon – A guiding light for space exploration. Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Abstract # 3055.

I. A. Crawford, S . A. Fagents, M. E. Rumpf, and K. H. Joy (2010) Astronomical and astrobiological records preserved in lunar palaeoregolith deposits. European Planetary Science Congress 2010. Abstract #735.

J. F. Snape, I. A. Crawford, K. H. Joy, R. Burgess, and A. D. Beard (2010) A petrographic study of basalt fragments in Apollo regolith sample 12003 – Preliminary results. European Planetary Science Congress 2010. Abstract #713.

P. H. Donohue, R. W. K. Potter, Z. Gallegos, N. Hammond, C. R. Neal, and D. A. Kring (2011) The importance of lunar sample return in determining the nature of ejecta processes. The Importance of Solar System Sample Return Missions to the Future of Planetary Science, Abstract #5035.

A. L. Nahm, R. A. Schultz, and D. A. Kring, (2011) Forward mechanical modeling of the Rupes Recta normal fault in eastern Mare Nubium, the Moon. European Geosciences Union annual meeting, Vienna, Austria, April 3–8, Geophysical Research Abstracts, Vol. 13, EGU2011-8785.

C. C. Allen, B. T. Greenhagen, K. L. Donaldson Hanna, and D. A. Paige (2011) Remote analysis of FeO in lunar pyroclastic glass deposits by LRO Diviner. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 253.

A. L. Fagan and C. R. Neal (2011) A unique petrogenesis for impact melt samples around the Apollo 16 lunar module. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 358.

G. Y. Kramer and D. A. Kring (2011) Integrated spectral and geomorphological analysis of the Schrödinger Basin. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 260.

G. Y. Kramer, R. Christoffersen, R. Clark, J.-P. Combe, L.  Keller, D. A. Kring, T. McCord, S. Noble, N. Petro, and C. Pieters (2011) The new lunar water debate: Surface phenomenon vs. internal processing. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 472.

C. R. Neal (2011) Planetary science from the Moon outlined for the decade 2013-2022. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 465.

C. R. Neal, A. L. Fagan, P. Donohue, and K. M. O’Sullivan (2011) A non-destructive technique to distinguish impact melts from pristine basalts. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 466.

K. M. O’Sullivan and C. R. Neal (2011) Investigating the lunar magma ocean crystallization hypothesis with ferroan anorthosite15415 and troctolite 76535. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 414.

T. Öhman, G. Y. Kramer, and D. A. Kring (2011) Impact melt-rich lithologies in lunar crater Kepler. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 257.

P. Spudis (2011) New insights into lunar multi-ring impact basins. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 393.

P. Spudis and A. R. Lavoie (2011) Using the resources of the Moon to create a permanent, cislunar space faring system. NLSI Forum, Abstract # 336.

L. Alexander, J. F. Snape, I. A. Crawford, K.H. Joy, and R. Burgess R. (2011) A study of the mineralogy and textures of basalt fines from Apollo 12 regolith sample 12023,155.  74th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #5084.

K. H. Joy, D. A. Kring, and M.E. Zolensky (2011) Petrography of lunar meteorites Dhofar 925 and 961. 74th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #5100.

A. T. Kearsley, C.L. Smith, J. Spratt, G. K. Benedix, A. Hunt, S.S. Russell, and K.H. Joy (2011) Meteorite polished sections: X-ray map imagery for documentation, curation and ‘virtual loan’ of irreplaceable materials. 74th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #5280.

D. A. Kring, O. Abramov, S. M. Wong (2011) Calculating impact melt volumes produced by non-vertical impacts on the Earth, Moon, and Mars.  74th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #5501.

C. C. Allen, B. T. Greenhagen, K. L. Donaldson Hanna. D. A. Paige (2011) Analysis of lunar pyroclastic glass deposit FeO abundances by LRO Diviner. Annual Meeting of LEAG (Lunar Exploration Analysis Group), Abstract #2022.

B. J. Bussey, J.T.S. Cahill, J.A McGovern, A. Green, P.D. Spudis (2011) Landing site selection based on polar illumination analysis. Annual Meeting of LEAG (Lunar Exploration Analysis Group), Abstract #2029.

D. B. Eppler and the 2010 Desert RATS Science Operations Team (2011) The 2010 Desert RATS science operations test: Outcomes and lessons learned. Annual Meeting of LEAG (Lunar Exploration Analysis Group), Abstract #2049.

K. H. Joy, D. A. Kring, M. E. Zolensky, D. K. Ross, D. S. McKay (2011) Projectile fragments in ancient lunar regolith breccias: Exploring the sources and temporal record of lunar impacts. Annual Meeting of LEAG (Lunar Exploration Analysis Group), Abstract #2036.

K. H. Joy, D. K. Ross, M. E. Zolensky, D. A. Kring (2011) Reconnaissance element mapping of lunar regolith breccias. Annual Meeting of LEAG (Lunar Exploration Analysis Group), Abstract #2007.

D. A. Kring (2011) Developing an integrated, multi-institutional approach for studies of fundamental planetary processes on the moon: The Giant Impact, Lunar Magma Ocean, and Lunar Cataclysm Hypotheses. Annual Meeting of LEAG (Lunar Exploration Analysis Group), Abstract #2017.

C.K. Shearer, C.R. Neal, R. Christoffersen , L. P. Keller, S. J. Clemett, and S.K. Noble (2011) Exploring a “New” Moon now and preparing for future lunar exploration. A consortium study of “Special” lunar samples. Annual Meeting of LEAG (Lunar Exploration Analysis Group), Abstract #2006.

C. R. Neal (2011) Establishing a lunar geophysical network for exploration and solar system science. Annual Meeting of LEAG (Lunar Exploration Analysis Group), Abstract #2052.

C. D. Neish, S. Besse, G. Kramer, W. Farrell, C. Pieters, M. Horanyi, Y. Pendleton (2011) Virtual swirls: Highlights from NLSI’s first workshop without walls. Annual Meeting of LEAG (Lunar Exploration Analysis Group), Abstract #2034.

P. D. Spudis and T. Lavoie (2011) Using the resources of the moon to create a permanent, cislunar space faring system. Annual Meeting of LEAG (Lunar Exploration Analysis Group), Abstract #2021.

D. A. Kring and O. Abramov (2011) Impact melt volumes in oblique impacts on the Earth, Moon, and Mars. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Abstract #69-4.

C. R. Neal, A. L. Fagan, K. O’Sullivan, P. Donohue (2011) Non-destructive identification of lunar impact melts. Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Abstract #69-7.

O. Abramov, S. M. Wong, D. A. Kring (2011) Differential melt scaling for oblique impacts on terrestrial planets. 2011 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P31A-1694.

A. Dove, A. Poppe, C. Neish, A. Fagan, H. Fuqua, G. Y. Kramer, and M. Horanyi (2011) LunGradCon: The Lunar Graduate Conference. 2011 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #ED43D-06.

A. Fagan and C. R. Neal (2011) Anomalous plagioclase compositions from Apollo 16 impact melts: Modifications of impact melts on the lunar surface. 2011 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P11I-06.

J. Gross and A. H. Treiman (2011) Distinct assemblages of lunar anorthosites: Implications for the lunar magma ocean, and the source regions of lunar meteorites. 2011 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P13D-1701.

H. Hui, C. R. Neal, and J. G. Oshrin (2011) Petrogenesis of Apollo 14 High-Al basalts: Constraints of Rb-Sr isotope and trace element data, 2011 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract # P11A-1593.

W. S. Kiefer (2011) A planetary geophysicist does EPO: Lessons learned along the way (Invited). 2011 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #ED31C-08.

W. S. Kiefer, P. J. McGovern, R. W. K. Potter, G. S. Collins, D. A. Kring (2011) The collapse of super-isostacy: Volcanic intrusions as an alternative model for lunar mascon gravity anomalies (Invited). 2011 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P33G-02.

G. Y. Kramer, A. Nahm, P. J. McGovern, D. A. Kring (2011) Lunar pyroclastic eruptions: Basin volcanism’s dying gasps. 2011 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P31E-1732.

S. Marchi, W. F. Bottke, D. A. Kring, and A. Morbidelli (2011) The onset of the lunar cataclysm as recorded in its crater populations. 2011 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P11I-03.

P. J. McGovern, K. Powell, G. Y. Kramer, and M. Litherland (2011) Stress-enhanced magma ascent at the margins of large impact basins in the solar system. 2011 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P31E-1736.

J. F. Rapp and D. S. Draper (2011) Fractional crystallization of the lunar magma ocean. 2011 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P14A-09.

A.J. Shaner, S. S. Shipp, J. S. Allen, D. A. Kring (2011) Moon 101: Introducing students to lunar science and exploration. 2011 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #ED13B-0820.

T. W. Thompson, E. A. Ustinov, P. Spudis, and B. Fessler (2011) Modeling radar scatter from icy and young rough lunar craters. 2011 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P13D-1734.

I. Crawford (2012) Astrobiology on the Moon, European Lunar Symposium Programme and Abstract Volume, p. 23.

K. Joy (2012) Advancements in Lunar Science from Studies of Lunar Meteorites, European Lunar Symposium Programme and Abstract Volume, pp. 52-53.

T.D. Swindle, B. L. Jolliff, D. A. Papanastassiou, and C. K. Shearer (2012) MoonRise: Sample Return from South Pole-Aitken Basin, European Lunar Symposium Programme and Abstract Volume, p. 114.

G. S. Collins (2012) Gravity Anomalies of Complex Craters on Earth and the Moon: Insight from Numerical Modeling (Invited). 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract # P13D-01.

J. P. Combe, T. B. McCord, M. C. De Sanctis, E. Ammannito, P. O. Hayne, J. L. Bandfield, C. M. Pieters, E. Palomba, A. Longobardo, T. H. Prettyman, S. Marchi, F. Capaccioni, M. T. Capria, D. W. Mittlefehldt, J. M. Sunshine, F. Tosi, D. Turrini. F. Zambon, C. A. Raymond and C. T. Russell (2012) OH and H2O on Vesta and on the Moon: A comparative analysis. 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract # P41B-1900.

J. Davenport and C. R. Neal (2012) How did the Lunar Magma Ocean crystallize? 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract # P53A-2048.

R. R. Ghent, P. O. Hayne, J. L. Bandfield, B. A. Campbell, L. M. Carter, C. Allen and D. A. Paige (2012) Constraints on the recent rate of lunar regolith accumulation from Diviner observations. 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract # P42A-07.

B. T. Greenhagen, P. G. Lucey, E. Song, I. R. Thomas, N. E. Bowles, K. L. Donaldson Hanna, E. J. Foote, D. A. Paige and C. Allen (2012) Using Apollo sites and soils to compositionally ground truth Diviner Lunar Radiometer observations. 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract # P42A-04.

J. Gross and A. H. Treiman (2012) Spinel-rich lithologies in the lunar highland crust: Linking lunar samples, crystallization experiments and remote sensing (Invited). 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract # P41C-07.

L. L. Hood, N. Richmond and P. Spudis (2012) Origin of Strong Lunar Magnetic Anomalies: More Detailed Mapping in Regions Antipodal to Young Large Basins. 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract # GP51A-1311.

C. R. Neal and C. K. Shearer (2012) The Importance of Apollo to Solar-System Science and Future Human Exploration. 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract # P42A-11.

R. W. Potter and G. S. Collins (2012) Asteroid survivability: The importance of asteroid shape and porosity and their possible influence on the Morokweng crater-forming impact. 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract # P11A-1799.

M. E. Rumpf, S. A. Fagents, C. W. Hamilton, R. Wright and I. Crawford (2012) Lava-substrate heat transfer: Laboratory experiments and thermodynamic modeling. 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract # V11B-2764.

A. Shaner, S. Shipp, J. Allen and D. A. Kring (2012) Evaluating the High School Lunar Research Projects Program. 2012 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract # ED41D-0699.

D. A. Kring (2012) Using the Moon to explore early solar system bombardment.  Proceedings of the 34th International Geological Congress, Brisbane, Australia, Australian Geosciences Council, Abstract #3990, Invited.

T. Niihara, S. P. Beard, T. D. Swindle, and D. A. Kring (2013) Evidence for late stage heavy bombardment from centimeter-sized impact melt clasts in Apollo 16 regolith brecciasJapan Geoscience Union Meeting, Abstract PPS24–13.

K. H. Joy, S. Messenger, M. E. Zolensky, D. R. Frank, and D. A. Kring (2013) Bench Crater Meteorite: Hydrated Asteroidal Material Delivered to the Moon. 76th Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting, Abstract 5315.

D. A. Kring, T. D. Swindle, and M. E. Zolensky (2013) Brecciated Chelyabinsk Near-Earth Asteroid and its Catastrophic Air Burst. 76th Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting, Abstract 5224.

M. D. Norman, A. A. Nemchin, M. L. Grange, R. A. Zeigler, M. J. Whitehouse, J. R. Muhling, and R. E. Merle (2013) U-Pb Ages and Compositions of Apollo 14 Regolith Glasses. 76th Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting, Abstract 5163.

A. H. Treiman and J. Gross (2013) Basalt Related to Lunar Mg-Suite Plutonic Rocks: A fragment in Lunar Meteorite. 76th Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting, Abstract 5183.

A. Wittmann, R. L. Korotev, B. L. Jolliff, and T. J. Lapen, Trace Element Composition of Impact Melts in Lunar Meteorite Shişr 161. 76th Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting, Abstract 5262.

A.L. Fagan, K.H. Joy, D.D. Bogard, and D.A. Kring (2013) Trapped Ar-40/Ar-36 Closure Ages of Lunar Regolith Breccias: 3.9 Ga to Present. NLSI Forum 2013.

D. Hurwitz and D.A. Kring (2013) Differentiation of the South Pole – Aitken basin impact melt sheet. NLSI Forum 2013.

D.A. Kring (2013) Geology: Impacts & Geophysics Overview - In a Lunar Classroom – Lessons to be Learned about Impact Cratering and the Collisional Evolution of the Solar System (Invited). NLSI Forum 2013.

R.W. Potter, D.A. Kring, and G.S. Collins (2013) Modeling the attenuation of structural uplift beneath large lunar craters. NLSI Forum 2013.

P.D. Spudis (2013) Future Prospects Overview: Lunar Volatiles: The Next Steps in their Characterization and Use (Invited). NLSI Forum 2013.

A.H. Treiman, Boyce J.W., Gross J., Guan Y., Eiler J., and Stolper E.M. (2013) A piece of the lunar volatile cycle: Impact-induced metasomatism of lunar granulite 79215. NLSI Forum 2013.

D.M. Hurwitz, M. Zanetti, M.P. Lucas, D. Anders, G. Kramer, O. Thomson, D. A. Kring, G.R. Osinski (2013) A Nested or Composite Shatter Cone Structure in the South Range of Sudbury. Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution V, Abstract 3111.

W.S. Kiefer, R.W.K. Potter, P.J. McGovern, G. S. Collins, and D.A. Kring (2013) Thermal Evolution of Lunar Impact Basins and Implications for Mascon Formation. Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution V, Abstract 3009.

D.A. Kring, G.Y. Kramer, and R.W.K. Potter (2013) Interpreting the Depth of Origin of the Schrӧdinger Peak Ring and Implications for Other Impact Basins. Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution V, Abstract 3069.

D.A. Kring, J.O. Burns, J.B. Hopkins, S. Norris, and T.J.W. Lazio (2013) Exploration of the Schrӧdinger Peak-Ring Basin on the Lunar Farside. Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution V, Abstract 3105.

G.R. Osinski, L. Ferrière, D.A. Kring, D. Anders, K. Armstrong, D. Baker, M. Bamberg, C. Beddingfield, T. Gaither, T. Harrison, M.S. Huber, D. Hurwitz, S. Jaret, G. Kramer, Y. Kuriyama, M. Lucas, C.L. Marion, C. Mercer, C. Mount, C. Neish, A. Nuhn, L. Ostrach, A. Pickersgill, E. Pilles, R.W.K. Potter, A. Ryan, M. Sharp, N. Swartz, O. Thomson, M. Veto, M.M. Wielicki, S. Wright, and M. Zanetti (2013) Revisiting the Distribution and Properties of Shatter Cones at the Sudbury Impact Structure, Canada. Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution V, Abstract 3061.

R.W.K. Potter, D.A. Kring, G.S. Collins, W.W. Kiefer, and P.J. McGovern (2013) Orientale Basin: Formation Processes and Structure Inferred from Hydrocode Modeling. Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution V, Abstract 3026.

J.R. Weirich, A. Wittmann, C.E. Isachsen, D. Rumble, T.D. Swindle, and D.A. Kring (2013) Miller Range 05029: Evidence for a Large Impact onn the L Chondrite Parent Body >4.5 Ga. Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution V, Abstract 3062.

C.R. Neal (2013) Why we Want/Need to Go to the Moon with HumansWorkshop on Golden Spike Human Lunar Expeditions: Opportunities for Intensive Lunar Scientific Exploration, Abstract #6029.

D.A. Kring (2013) Landing Site Options for Short-Duration EVA Human Exploration and Sample Return OpportunitiesWorkshop on Golden Spike Human Lunar Expeditions: Opportunities for Intensive Lunar Scientific Exploration, Abstract #6023.

P.J. McGovern, G.Y. Kramer, L. Corley, J. Kalynn, and K.E. Powell (2013) Lunar Nearside Olivine Exposures as Targets for Human ExplorationWorkshop on Golden Spike Human Lunar Expeditions: Opportunities for Intensive Lunar Scientific Exploration, Abstract #6028.

J. Gruener (2013) A Nearside Lunar Geophysical Network with BenefitsWorkshop on Golden Spike Human Lunar Expeditions: Opportunities for Intensive Lunar Scientific Exploration, Abstract #6014.

D. Eppler (2013) Science Operations on the Lunar Surface – Understanding the Past, Testing in the Present, Considering the FutureWorkshop on Golden Spike Human Lunar Expeditions: Opportunities for Intensive Lunar Scientific Exploration, Abstract #6006.

C.R. Neal (2013) Future missions to the Moon on a Discovery (or less) budget. Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group (LEAG), Abstract #7039.

S. Marchi, W.F. Bottke, L.T. Elkins-Tanton, A. Morbidelli, K. Wuennemann, D.A. Kring, and M. Bierhaus (2013) The Bombardment of the Earth During the Hadean and Early Archean Eras. 2013 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract V31E-01.

O. Abramov, D.A. Kring, and S.J. Mojzsis (2013) The Impact Environment of the Hadean Earth at the Dawn of Life. 2013 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract V33D-2781.

K. Bermingham, R.J. Walker, I.S. Puchtel and B. O'Driscoll (2013) Probing the Terrestrial Mantle Using Ru Isotopes. 2013 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract  V33D-2796.

D.A. Kring, T.D. Swindle, and M.E. Zolensky (2013) Meteoritic and Geologic Context of the Chelyabinsk Near-Earth Asteroid Air Burst.  2013 American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract NH21D-01.

I. Crawford (2013) The Global Exploration Roadmap: towards an integrated scientific and societal case for global space exploration, in Abstracts of the Royal Astronomical Society Specialist Discussion Meeting Science Enabled by the Global Exploration Roadmap.

D. A. Kring (2013) Integrated robotic and human exploration of the Moon within the context of the 2013 Global Exploration Roadmap, in Abstracts of the Royal Astronomical Society Specialist Discussion Meeting Science Enabled by the Global Exploration Roadmap.

J. Carpenter, M. Anand, E. Cloutis, I. Crawford, J.-P. de Vera, A. Finzi, R. Jaumann, D. Kring, I. Mitrofanov, and E. Tranfield (2014) Priorities for Lunar Sample Return and Implications for Future Missions.  Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

C. R. Neal, C. K. Shearer, J. Pleascia, S. Mackwell, S. Lawrence, and J. Carpenter (2014) Enabling Solar System Exploration through Lunar Sample Return.  Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

R. Tartese, M. Anand, and T. Delhaye (2014) In‐situ U‐Pb Dating of Planetary Materials using the NanoSIMS 50 Ion Microprobe. Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

C. T. Pillinger, R. C. Greenwood, E. K. Gibson (2014) Lunar Volatiles ‐ Analysing the Lunar Soil Grain by Grain. Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

M. Anand, R. Tartese, J. Barnes, J. Mortimer, and N. Potts (2014) An Assessment of Volatile Inventory of the Moon through Analyses of Returned Lunar Samples using a Multi‐Proxy Approach. Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

K. H. Joy, M. Zolensky, A. Fagan, I. Crawford, and D. A. Kring (2014) The Moon as an Archive of Small Body Migration in the Solar System. Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

I. Crawford, S. Fagents, K. joy, and M. Rumpf (2014) The Lunar Geological Record as an Archive of the Galactic Environment of the Solar System. Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

D. Kring and J. Hopkins (2014) Human‐assisted Lunar Sample Return from the Schrödinger and South Pole‐Aitken Basins using the Orion Spacecraft. Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

W. Pratt and J. Hopkins (2014) The Utilization of the Orion Exploration Vehicle as a Platform for a Lunar South Pole Sample Return Mission. Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

D. Blair, M. Lemelin, C. Roberts, K. Runyon, D. Nowka, D. Paige, and D. Kring (2014) Amundsen Crater: A High‐Priority Lunar Landing Site for In Situ and Sample Return Studies of Polar Volatiles. Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

N. J. Potts, A. Gullikson, N. Curran, J. K. Dhaliwal, M. K. Leader, R. N. Rege, and D. A. Kring (2014) Robotic Traverse and Sample Return Strategies for a Lunar Farside Mission to Schrödinger Basin. Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

N. M. Curran, K. H. Joy, and R. Burgess (2014) Unravelling the History of the Lunar Regolith with Small Samples. Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

D. M. Hurwitz and D. A. Kring (2014) Destinations for Sampling Impact Melt Produced During the Impact at the South Pole ‐ Aitken Basin. Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

I. Crawford (2014) Scientific Benefits, Including Enhanced Sample Acquisition, Facilitated by Renewed Human Operations on the Lunar Surface. Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

K. H. Joy, J. Gross, T. Arai, and S. S. Russell (2014) Global Diversity of the Lunar Crust. Science and Challenges of Lunar Sample Return Workshop.

D. A. Kring (2014) Exploring the Schrödinger and South Pole-Aitken basins on the lunar farside.  40th COSPAR Scientific Assembly, Abstract #14496 (B0.1-0015-14).

R. J. Walker (2014) Chemical/isotopic tracing of late stages of planetary accretion. 2014 Goldschmidt Conference. Abstract # 2608.

K. H. Joy, R. Burgess, L. Ruzie, P.L. Clay (2014) Composition, age and regolith history of feldspathic lunar meteorites. 76th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #5345.

R. Tartèse, M. Anand, K. H. Joy, and I. A. Franchi (2014) H and Cl isotope characteristics of apatite in brecciated lunar meteorites NWA 4472, NWA 773, SaU 169 and Kalahari 009. 76th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract # 5085.

D. J. P. Martin and K. H. Joy (2014) Lunar meteorites Miller Range 090034, 090070 and 090075: composition and pairing. 76th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #5191.

K. C. Welton, L. Huber, M. W. Caffee, A. Wittmann, D. A. Kring, R. Wieler, and K. Nishiizumi (2014) What heated H/L chondrite LaPaz Icefield 031047 ~0.5 million years ago?  76th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #5422.

W. F. Bottke, T. Swindle, S. Marchi, E. R. D. Scott, D. Vokrouhiky and J. R. Weirich (2014) Using meteorites to find the age of the Moon-forming event. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 49, Abstract #5360.

D. A. Kring (2014) Impact bombardment during the Hadean: A tumultuous beginning for the geologic evolution of the Earth.  Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs, vol. 46, no. 6, p. TBD, Abstract #250699.

D.A. Kring (2014) Production of volatiles at lunar pyroclastic volcanic vents.  Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Abstract #3056.

D. A. Kring, G. Y. Kramer, D. B. J. Bussey, and D. M. Hurley (2014) Prominent volcanic source of volatiles in the south polar region of the Moon.  Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Abstract #3057.

S. J. Lawrence, B. L. Jolliff, C. Shearer, M. S. Robinson, J. D. Stopar, S. E. Braden, E. J. Speyerer, J. T. Hagerty, B. W. Denevi, C. R. Neal, D. S. Draper (2014) Robotic sample return II: Addressing fundamental exploration themes. Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Abstract #3062.

C. R. Neal, G. Schmidt, I. A. Crawford, P. Ehrenfreund, J. Carpenter (2014) Developing The Global Exploration Roadmap. Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Abstract #3050.

C.K. Shearer, C.R. Neal, B.L. Jolliff, M.A. Wieczorek, S. Mackwell (2014) A New Moon. An initiative to integrate new lunar information into our fundamental understanding of the Moon and the next stages of lunar exploration. Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Abstract #3040.

K. L. Robinson, G. J. Taylor (2014) Variable abundance and isotopic composition of hydrogen inside the Moon. Annual Meeting of the Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Abstract #3028.

A. Ertel, F. Nimmo, J. Besserer, D. Hurwitz** (2014) GRAIL investigation of the subsurface structure of South Pole-Aitken Basin. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #G22A-04.

K. Klaus (2014) The Space Launch System and the Proving Ground: Pathways to Mars. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P13D-3839.

L. Lewis, Y. Makamura, S. Magihara, C. Neal, P. Chi, D. Williams, G. Schmidt, D. Currie, P. Taylor, H. K. Hills, M. Horanyi, E. Gruen, P. Dyal, J. Freeman, R. Reiff, J. Bates, M. Hager, W. Kiefer, D. Perkins (2014) Efforts to find, recover and restore "A National Treasure", The Apollo Lunar Surface Experiments Package (ALSEP) Data Set. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #IN43E-02.

S. Nagihara, L. Lewis, Y. Nakamura, D. Williams, P. Taylor, H. Hills, W. Kiefer, C. Neal, G. Schmidt (2014) The Alsep data recovery focus group of NASA’s Solar System Exploration Research Virtual Institute. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #IN41B-3651.

C. Neal (2014) Exploration of the Moon to enable lunar and planetary science. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P12B-10.

A. Shaner, J. Allen, S. Shipp, G. Kramer, A. Nahm, L. Balazs, J. Fuller, J. Newland, R. Snyder, D. Kring (2014) Exploration of the Moon and Asteroids by Secondary Students (ExMASS): An authentic, open-inquiry research experience for high school students. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #ED21B-3446.

P. Spudis (2014) Impact melts of the Orientale and Imbrium basins. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P12B-03.

D. A. Kring, G. Y. Kramer, G. S. Collins, R. W. K. Potter, and M. Chandnanni (2015) Impact Peak-ring Formation: Insights from the Moon's Schrodinger Basin and Application to the Earth's Chicxulub Crater, SSERVI NASA Exploration Science Forum.

D. A. Kring, P. J. McGovern, R. W. K. Potter, G. S. Collins, M. L. Grange, and A. A. Nemchin (2015) Lunar Magmatism Hypothesis, SSERVI NASA Exploration Science Forum.

K. H. Joy, R. Burgess, P. L. Clay, L. Ruzie, N. M. Curran, F. E. McDonald (2015) Post-basin impact modification of the lunar highlands recorded by Apollo 16 impact splash coats. Goldschmidt 2015, Abstract # 1480. (Invited Talk)

A. Morbidelli, S. Marchi, W. F. Bottke, and D. A. Kring (2016) The timeline of the lunar bombardment. Fourth European Lunar Symposium, Abstract #005.

D. A. Kring (2016) Potential Exploration Mission science and exploration objectives.  NASA Exploration Science Forum, Abstract #083.

D. A. Kring, G. S. Collins, G. Y. Kramer, R. W. K. Potter (2016) The Schrödinger basin and peak-ring formation on the Moon:  Implications for the Earth’s Chicxulub Crater79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6305.

D. A. Kring, B. J. Shaulis, M. Schmieder, and T. J. Lapen (2016) U-Th-Pb Systematics in zircon and apatite from the Chicxulub Crater, Mexico79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6308.

M. L. Grange, M. Norman, and V. Bennett (2016) A possible 4.1-4.2 Ga impact event recorded in lunar meteorite Northwest Africa 500079th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6300.

M. Demasi, D. T. Britt, and D. A. Kring (2016) What do meteorite falls tell us about the strength of asteroid boulders79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6450.

G. S. Collins, K. D. Mason, and D. A. Kring (2016) Numerical modeling of Meteor Crater:  Simple crater formation in a layered sedimentary target79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6418.

E. Buchner and M. Schmieder (2016) Discovery of possible meteoritic matter on shatter cones and slickensides – 1. Ries crater, southern Germany. 79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6027.

E. Buchner and M. Schmieder (2016) Discovery of possible meteoritic matter on shatter cones – 2. Clearwater East impact structure, Québec, Canada. 79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6028.

M. Schmieder and E. Buchner (2016) Discovery of possible meteoritic matter on shatter cones – 3. Marquez Dome, Texas, USA. 79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6029.

W. H. Schwarz, G. Breutmann, A. K. Schmitt, M. Trieloff, T. Ludwig, M. Hanel, E. Buchner, M. Schmieder, L. J. Pesonen, and J. Moilanen, J. (2016) U/Pb dating of zircon from the Suvasvesi impact structures, Finland. 79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6297.

P. Lambert, S. Goderis, K. V. Hodges, S. P. Kelley, M. R. Lee, F. Jourdan, G. R. Osinski, H. M. Sapers, M. Schmieder, S. P. Schwenzer, H. Trumel, and A. Wittmann (2016) Preparing the 2017 drilling campaign at Rochechouart impact structure. 79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6471.

N. E. Timms, T. M. Erickson, A. J. Cavosie, M. A. Pearce, S. M. Reddy, M. Zanetti, E. Tohver, M. Schmieder, A. A. Nemchin, and A. Wittmann, A. (2016). Shock condition forensics and cryptic phase transformations from crystallographic orientation relationships in zircon. 79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6302.

N. E. Timms, T. M. Erickson, A. J. Cavosie, M. A. Pearce, S. M. Reddy, M. Zanetti, E. Tohver, M. Schmieder, A. A. Nemchin, and A. Wittmann, A. (2016). Impact-related deformation of zircon. 79th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6304.

D. Burney and C. R. Neal (2017) Moderately Volatile Elements in Lunar Basalts. Fifth European Lunar Symposium, p. 54.  

C. R. Neal and S. J. Lawrence (2017) A Multi-Decadal Sample Return Campaign Will Advance Lunar and Solar System Science and Exploration. Fifth European Lunar Symposium, p. 161.  

D. A. Kring (2017) The Lunar Electric Rover (AKA Space Exploration Vehicle) as a Geological Tool. Fifth European Lunar Symposium, p. 125.   

S. Mazrouei, E. J. Allender, N. V. Almeida,  J. Cook , J. J. Ende , O. M. Kamps , C. Orgel , T. Slezak , A. J. Soini , D. A. Kring (2017) Tele-Operated Traverse Assessment for Phase 2 of Edsh-Enabled Lunar Mission Being Examined as an ISECG-GER Mission Scenario. Fifth European Lunar Symposium, p. 146.   

F. E. McDonald, P. L. Clay, K. H. Joy, and R. Burgess (2017)The Halogen Budget of Mare Basalts: Insights to the Volatile Inventory of the Nearside Lunar Mantle. Fifth European Lunar Symposium, p. 150.   

F. Thiessen, A. A. Nemchin, J. F. Snape, M. J. Whitehouse and J. J. Bellucci (2017) Apollo 12 Breccia 12013: A Study of Partial Pb Loss in Zircon. Fifth European Lunar Symposium, p. 216.   

C. Orgel, E. J. Allender , N. V. Almeida, J. Cook , J. J. Ende , O. Kamps , S. Mazrouei , T. J. Slezak , A. J. Soini, D. A. Kring (2017) Landing Site Assessment for Phase 2 of eDSH-Enabled Lunar Missions Being Examined as an ISECG–GER Mission Scenario. Fifth European Lunar Symposium, p. 167.

C. A. Goodrich, A. M. Fioretti, M. Zolensky, M. Fries, M. Shaddad, I. Kohl, E. Young, and P. Jenniskens (2017) A breccia of ureilitic and C2 carbonaceous chondrite materials from Almahata Sitta:  Implications for the Regolith of ureilitic Asteroids80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6214.

E. Sanborn, Q. Z. Yin, C. A. Goodrich, M. Zolensky, and A. M. Fioretti (2017) A case for nebula scale mixing between non-carbonaceous and carbonaceous chondrite reservoirs:  Testing the grand tack model with chromium isotopic composition of Almahata Sitta Stone 91 A M80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6277.

A. H. Treiman, J. Gross, M. J. Kulis, and A. F. Glazner (2017) Lunar spinel anorthosites:  updated constraints from enthalpy80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6226.

H. Joy, L. A. Gradwell, and J. F. Pernet-Fisher (2017) Sampling basin ejecta in the outer- feldspathic highlands terrane at Luna 20 K80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6269.

M. Schmieder, D. A. Kring, T. J. Lapen, S. P. S. Gulick, D. F. Stockli, C. Rasmussen, A. S. P. Rae, L. Ferrière, M. Poelchau, L. Xiao, A. Wittmann, and the IODP–ICDP Expedition Science Party (2017) Sphene and TiO2 assemblages in the Chicxulub peak ring:  U–Pb systematics and implications for shock pressures, temperatures and crater cooling80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6134.

S. P. Beard, and T. D. Swindle (2017) Cosmic-ray exposure ages of brachinites80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6388.

D. A. Kring, M. Schmieder, U. Riller, S. L. Simpson, G. R. Osinski, C. Cockell, J. L. Coolen, and the Expedition Science Party (2017) Testing a model of impact-generated hydrothermal systems with IODP–ICDP Expedition 364 to the Chicxulub impact crater80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6064.

M. Schmieder, D. A. Kring, S. Goderis, Ph. Claeys, M. J. L. Coolen, A. Wittmann, and the IODP–ICDP Expedition Science Party (2017) Secondary sulfides in hydrothermally altered impactites and basement rocks of the Chicxulub peak ring – a preliminary survey80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6139.

E. Buchner, and M. Schmieder (2017) Shocked quartz and local selective feldspar melting in a lithic breccia dike intersecting shatter-coned target rocks at the Santa Fe impact structure, New Mexico, USA80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6015.

E. Buchner, M. Hölzel, M. Schmieder, M. Rasser, J. Fietzke, M. Frische, and S. Kutterolf (2017) A meteorite fragment trapped between positive and negative shatter cones in a limestone block stored at the Meteorkrater-Museum Steinheim, Germany80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6014.

C. A. Goodrich, A. M. Fioretti, M. Zolensky, M. Fries, M. Shaddad, I. Kohl, E. Young, and P. Jenniskens (2017) A breccia of ureilitic and C2 carbonaceous chondrite materials from Almahata Sitta:  Implications for the Regolith of ureilitic Asteroids80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6214.

E. Sanborn, Q. Z. Yin, C. A. Goodrich, M. Zolensky, and A. M. Fioretti (2017) A case for nebula scale mixing between non-carbonaceous and carbonaceous chondrite reservoirs:  Testing the grand tack model with chromium isotopic composition of Almahata Sitta Stone 91 A M80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6277.

A. H. Treiman, J. Gross, M. J. Kulis, and A. F. Glazner (2017) Lunar spinel anorthosites:  updated constraints from enthalpy80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6226.

K. H. Joy, L. A. Gradwell, and J. F. Pernet-Fisher (2017) Sampling basin ejecta in the outer- feldspathic highlands terrane at Luna 2080th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6269.

M. Schmieder, D. A. Kring, T. J. Lapen, S. P. S. Gulick, D. F. Stockli, C. Rasmussen, A. S. P. Rae, L. Ferrière, M. Poelchau, L. Xiao, A. Wittmann, and the IODP–ICDP Expedition Science Party (2017) Sphene and TiO2 assemblages in the Chicxulub peak ring:  U–Pb systematics and implications for shock pressures, temperatures and crater cooling80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6134.

S. P. Beard, and T. D. Swindle (2017) Cosmic-ray exposure ages of brachinites80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6388.

D. A. Kring, M. Schmieder, U. Riller, S. L. Simpson, G. R. Osinski, C. Cockell, J. L. Coolen, and the Expedition Science Party (2017) Testing a model of impact-generated hydrothermal systems with IODP–ICDP Expedition 364 to the Chicxulub impact crater80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6064.

M. Schmieder, D. A. Kring, S. Goderis, Ph. Claeys, M. J. L. Coolen, A. Wittmann, and the IODP–ICDP Expedition Science Party (2017) Secondary sulfides in hydrothermally altered impactites and basement rocks of the Chicxulub peak ring – a preliminary survey80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6139.

E. Buchner, and M. Schmieder (2017) Shocked quartz and local selective feldspar melting in a lithic breccia dike intersecting shatter-coned target rocks at the Santa Fe impact structure, New Mexico, USA80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6015.

E. Buchner, M. Hölzel, M. Schmieder, M. Rasser, J. Fietzke, M. Frische, and S. Kutterolf (2017) A meteorite fragment trapped between positive and negative shatter cones in a limestone block stored at the Meteorkrater-Museum Steinheim, Germany80th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, Abstract #6014.

A. A. Nemchin, J. F. Snape, and M. J. Whitehouse (2017) Chronology of the lunar magma oceanGoldschmidt 2017.

D. L. Cook, T. Smith, L. Leya, C. Hilton, R. J. Walker, and M. Schönbächler (2017) Excess 180W in iron meteorites: cosmogenic or radiogenicGoldschmidt 2017.

F. E. Mcdonald, P. L. Clay, K. H. Joy, C. J. Ballentine, and R. Burgess (2017) Nearside lunar mantle halogen composition from mare basaltsGoldschmidt 2017.

G. G. Kenny, M. J. Whitehouse, J. A. Petrus, L. F. Morales, and B. S. Kamber (2017) Dating impact events with shocked zircon: Insights from the Sudbury impact crater, Ontario, Canada.  Goldschmidt 2017.

J. F. Snape, A. A. Nemchin, J. J. Bellucci, and M. J.Whitehouse (2017) Tracing the sources of lunar volcanism with Pb isotopesGoldschmidt 2017.

M. F. Horan, R. W. Carlson, R. J. Walker, M. Jackson, and  A. Mundl (2017) Tracking hadean processes in modern basaltsGoldschmidt 2017.

N. M. Curran, K. H. Joy, J. Carpenter, and The Prospect User Group (2017) Assessing lunar regolith noble gas budgetsGoldschmidt 2017.

R. J. Walker, S. Marchi, and R. M. Canup (2017) Exploring the causes of 182W heterogeneity in earthGoldschmidt 2017.

V. Assis Fernandes, P. Czaja, L. Fawcett, A. Khan, C. Liebske, C.  Neal, and J. Sliwinski (2017) 40Ar- 39Ar, chemistry and mantle source modelling of Apollo 17 basaltsGoldschmidt 2017.

K. E. Young, T. G. Graff, J. E. Bleacher, D. Coan, P. L. Whelley, W. B. Garry, S. Kruse, M. Reagan, D. H. Garrison, M. Miller, F. Delgado, A. D. Rogers, T. D. Glotch, C. A. Evans, A. Naids, M. Walker, and A. Hood (2017) Supporting future lunar surface exploration through ongoing field activities.   Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Abstract #5011.

S. Nagihara, Y. Nakamura, D. R. Williams, P. T. Taylor, S. A. Mclaughlin, H. K. Hills, W. S. Kiefer, R. C. Weber, J. L. Dimech, D. Phillips, C. Nunn, and G. K. Schmidt (2017) Recent achievement by the SSERVI ALSEP data recovery focus group.   Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Abstract #5017.

C. R. Neal and S. J. Lawrence (2017) A moon sample return campaign will advance lunar and solar system science and exploration.   Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Abstract #5068.

G. W. Patterson, L. M. Carter, A. M. Stickle, J. T. S. Cahill, M. C. Nolan, G. A. Morgan, D. M. Schroeder, and The Mini-Rf Team, (2017) Mini-RF S- and X-band bistatic radar observations of the moon.   Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Abstract #5046.

P. D. Spudis and R.D. Rich (2017) The robotic architecture of Moon Express: exploration, resources and delivery.   Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Abstract #5035.

D. A. Kring (2017) Conducting subsurface surveys for water ice using ground penetrating radar and a neutron spectrometer on the lunar electric rover.   Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Abstract #5014.

D. H. Needham and D. A. Kring (2017) Volatiles released during the emplacement of mare basalts:  Implications for a lunar atmosphere.  Geological Society of American Annual Meeting, Abstract #25-4 (in Geological Society of America Abstracts with Programs 49(6), doi: 10.1130/abs/2017AM-29004).

D. C. Hickson, A. Boivin, M. G. Daly, R. R. Ghent, M. C. Nolan, K. Tait, A. Cunje, C. Tsai (2017) Constraining bulk densities of near-Earth asteroid surfaces from radar observations using laboratory measurements of permittivity. American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P13B-2555.

W. Song, R. C. Weber, J. Dimech, S. Kedar, C. R. Neal, M. Siegler (2017) In-situ planetary subsurface imaging system.  American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #DI21A-0385.

P. G. Lucey, C. Honniball, S. Crites, G. J. Taylor, L. Martel (2017) Search for extra lunar materials in Apollo soil samples.  American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P41D-2851.

T. C. Chui, K. J. Stone, H. J. Paik, D. S. Shelton, S. Kedar, C. E. Griggs, M. V. Moody, I. Hahn, N. C. Schmerr, W. B. Banerdt, C. R. Neal, S. Vance, P. R. Williamson (2017) The development of a planetary broadband seismometer (PBBS) for the Lunar Geophysical Network and the Ocean World.  American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, Abstract #P43F-05.

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Policy White Papers Submitted to the U.S. Human Space Flight Plan Review Committee (aka Augustine Committee)

NLSI Executive Council (2009) Lunar Science: Window to the Past and Stepping Stone to the Future.

D. A. Kring (2009) Using the Moon to Explore the Entire Solar System.

 
Decadal Survey White Papers

C. R. Neal et al. (2009) Why the Moon is important for Solar System Science

C. R. Neal et al. (2009) The Lunar Exploration Roadmap.  Exploring the Moon in the 21st Century:  Themes, Goals, Objectives, Investigations, and Priorities, 2009

C. R. Neal et al. (2009) The Rationale for Deployment of a Long-lived Geophysical Network on the Moon

C. R. Neal et al. (2009) Developing Sample Return Technology using the Earth’s Moon as a Testing Ground

W. F. Bottke et al. (2009) Exploring the Bombardment History of the Moon

A. H. Treiman et al. (2009) Sample Return from the Earth’s Moon


White Papers to the NRC Committee on Human Spaceflight

I.A. Crawford, L. Alexander, M. Anand, S. Besse, N. Bowles, R. Bugiolacchi, M. Burchell, A. Calzada, C. Cockell, H. Downes, S. Espinasse, H. Falcke, K. Fong, P. Grindrod, H. Irfan, R. Jaumann, K. Joy, and M. Klein-Wolt (2013) An Integrated Scientific and Social Case for Human Space Exploration

Neal, C.R., S. Mackwell, J.B. Pleascia, and C.K. Shearer (2013) Human Solar System Exploration Achieved with a “Moon First” Pathway

Spudis, P.D. (2013) Human spaceflight: Why and How?

Miscellaneous Science and Exploration White Papers

Lunar Polar Volatiles: Assessment of Existing Observations for Exploration (PDF) White Paper responding to request from NASA’s Human Exploration and Operations Mission Directorate (HEOMD), 2016

Transformative Lunar Science (PDF) White Paper responding to a request from the SMD Associate Administrator, 2018.


Magazine Articles

K. LaConte (2010) The Moon can help us know ourselves personally, culturally, and scientifically.  Legacy 21(3), May/June 2010, pp. 12–13.

K.H. Joy, I.A. Crawford, P. Grindrod, C. Lintott, S. Bamford, A. Smith, and A. Cook (2011) Moon Zoo: Citizen science in lunar exploration.  Astronomy and Geophysics 52, pp. 2.10-2.12.

M. Norman and T. Wetherell (2011) Cosmic time machine.  Australasian Science, Jan/Feb 2011, pp. 20–22.

I.A. Crawford (2012) Dispelling the myth of robotic efficiency:  Why human space exploration will tell us more about the Solar System than will robotic exploration along.  Astronomy and Geophysics 53, pp. 2.22-2.26.

I.A. Crawford (2012) The scientific legacy of Apollo.  Astronomy and Geophysics 53, pp. 6.24-6.28.

I.A. Crawford (2013) The Moon and the early Earth.  Astronomy and Geophysics 54, pp. 1.31–1.34.

D. A. Kring (2013) Do impacts explain all of Earth’s mass extinctions?  Astronomy’s 60 Greatest Mysteries (a special Sky and Telescope issue), pp. 10–11.

P. Spudis (2013) Does the Moon have large quantities of water?  Astronomy’s 60 Greatest Mysteries (a special Sky and Telescope issue), p. 23.

D. A. Kring (2013) Chelyabinsk Air Burst – A Dramatic Illustration of a Near-Earth Asteroid Impact, Lunar and Planetary Information Bulletin, Issue 133 (May), pp. 1–5.

D. A. Kring and M. Boslough (2014) Chelyabinsk:  Portrait of an asteroid airburst. Physics Today 67(9), pp. 32–37. 

D. A. Kring (2015) How robotic probes helped humans explore the Moon – And may again.  Eos 96, doi:10.1029/2015EO024575.  Published on 19 February 2015. 

D. A. Kring (2015) Human and robotic missions:  To the Moon again and beyond.  Eos 96, doi:10.1029/2015EO024609.  Published on 20 February 2015. 

D. A. Kring (2015)  Blast radius:  How close could you be to witness Arizona’s Meteor Crater form and still live to tell the tale? Astronomy 43(6), p. 44.

F. McDonald, D. Martin, N. Curran, and A. Calzada-Diaz (2015) Exploring the Moon on Earth.  Astronomy and Geophysics 56(6), 6.31-6.32, doi:10.1093/astrogeo/atv199.

D. A. Kring (2016) The Chicxulub Crater, Twenty-Five Years Later, Lunar and Planetary Information Bulletin, Issue 144, pp. 1–8.

I. Crawford, M. Elvis, and J. Carpenter (2016) Using extraterrestrial resources for science.  Astronomy and Geophysics 57,
pp. 4.32–4.36.

I. Crawford (2017) Why we should build a Moon village.  Astrophysics and Geophysics 58, pp. 6.18–6.21.


Perspectives and Commentary

G. S. Collins (2012) Moonstruck magnetism.  Science 335, pp. 1176–1177.

D.A. Kring, J.O. Burns, and D.B.J. Bussey (2012) Timely Reminder to Return to the Moon. Nature 490, p. 487.

J. Burns, D. Kring, and J. Lazio (2012) A First Trip to the Far Side of the Moon. SpaceNews 23 (43), pp. 19 and 17.

 

Special Publications

D. A. Kring and D. D. Durda (eds.) (2012) A Global Lunar Landing Site Study to Provide the Scientific Context for Exploration of the Moon, LPI Contribution No. 1694, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 688 p.

S. Shipp, A. Shaner, J. Blackwell, and D. A. Kring (2012) Exploring the Moon in Big Sky Country, an educational pamphlet, LPI Contribution No. 1731, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX, 4 p.

T. Niihara, K. H. Joy, and D. A. Kring (2013) Manual of ImageJ Macros for Mineral False Color Maps.  LPI Contrib. No. 1723, 12p.

W. Pratt, L. Alkalai, C. Buxton, M. Drever, S. Hall, J. B. Hopkins, J. Ringelberg, and A. Scott (2014) Human-assisted sample return from the Moon and Mars using the Orion spacecraft.  International Astronautical Congress, paper IAC-15-A5.1.7, 18 pages.

J. B. Hopkins, M. Duggan, R. da Costa, S. Walther, P. Fulford, F. Bandini, M. A. Perino, N. Bryukhanov, A. Derechin, and K. Ogasawara (2014) International Industry Concepts for an Outpost at the Earth-Moon L2 Region.  International Astronautical Congress, paper IAC-13-D2.8.1, 21 pages.

T. Fong, M. Bualat, J. Burns, J. Hopkins, and W. Pratt (2014) Testing astronaut-controlled telerobotic operation of rovers from the International Space Station as a precursor to lunar missions.  International Astronautical Congress, paper IAC-14-A3-2A-7, 11 pages.

G. R. Osinski and D. A. Kring (eds.) (2015) Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution V, Special Paper 518, Geological Society of America, Boulder, CO, 227 pp.

D. A. Kring (2017) Guidebook to the Geology of Barringer Meteorite Crater, Arizona (aka Meteor Crater), Second edition, Lunar and Planetary Institute (Contribution No. 2040), 272 pp.

 

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