Dr. John Lindsay

Dr. John Lindsay
Visiting Scientist
E-mail: lindsay@lpi.usra.edu

Lunar and Planetary Papers

Lindsay, J.F., 1971, Sedimentology of Apollo 11 and 12 lunar soils. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, 41, 780–797.

McKay, D.S., Morrison, D.A., Clanton, U.S., Ladle, G.H., and Lindsay, J.F., 1971, Apollo 12 soil and breccia. Proc. 2nd. Lunar Sci. Conf., Houston, Texas, (Suppl. 2, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta),1, 755–773.

Lindsay, J.F. and Perry, R., 1971, Preliminary evaluation of the coring potential of the Apollo lunar surface drill titanium core stem. NASA TM X-58057, 9 p.

Lindsay, J.F., Heiken, G.H., and Fryxell, R., 1971, Description of core samples returned by Apollo 12. NASA TM X-58066, 19 p.

Lindsay, J.F., 1971, Mixing models and the recognition of endmember groups in Apollo 11 and 12 soils. Earth Planetary Science Letters, 12, 62–72.

Lindsay, J.F., 1972, Sedimentology of clastic rocks from the Fra Mauro region of the Moon. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, 42, 19–32.

Lindsay, J.F., 1972, Sedimentology of clastic rocks returned from the moon by Apollo 15. Geological Society of American Bulletin 83, 2957–2970.

Lindsay, J.F., 1972, Development of soil on the lunar surface. Journal of Sedimentary Petrology, 42, 876–888.

Morris, E.C., Holt, H.E., Mutch, T.A. and Lindsay, J.F., 1972, Mars analog studies in Wright and Victoria Valleys, Antarctica. Antarctic Journal of U.S., 7, 113–114.

Lindsay, J.F., 1972, Ventifact evolution in Wright Valley, Antarctica. Geological Society of American Bulletin, 84, 1791–1798.

Lindsay, J.F., 1972, Barchan dunes in lower Victoria Valley, Antarctica. Geological Society of American Bulletin, 84, 1799–1806.

Lindsay, J.F., 1973, Evolution of lunar soils grain-size and shape parameters. Proc. 4th Lunar Sci. Conf. (Suppl. 4, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta), 1, 215–224. Reprint

Criswell, D.R., Lindsay, J.F., and Reasoner, D.L., 1973, Acoustic and seismic emissions of a booming dune. EOS, 54, 1133.

Criswell, D.R. and Lindsay, J.F., 1973, Lunar landslides and booming dunes. EOS, 54, 360.

Lindsay, J.F., 1974, A general model for the textural evolution of lunar soil. Proc. 5th Lunar Sci. Conf. (Suppl. 5, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta), 1, 861–878. Reprint

Lindsay, J.F., 1974, Transportation of detrital materials on the lunar surface — evidence from Apollo 15. Sedimentology, 21, 323–328.

Lindsay, J.F., 1975, A steady state model for the lunar soil. Geological Society of American Bulletin, 86, 1661–1670.

Gose, W.A., Pearce, G.W., and Lindsay, J.F, 1975, Magnetic stratigraphy of the Apollo 15 deep drill core. Proc. 6th Lunar Sci. Conf. (Suppl. 6, Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta), 3, 3071–3080. Reprint

Lindsay, J.F. and Srnka, L.J., 1975, Galactic dust lanes and lunar soil. Nature, 257, 776–778. Reprint

Lindsay, J.F., 1976, Lunar Stratigraphy and Sedimentology. Elsevier, Amsterdam, 302 p.

Tingate, P.R., Lindsay, J.F. and Marshallsea, S.J., 1996, Impact structures as potential petroleum targets: Gosses Bluff, a Late Jurassic examples in central Australia. AGSO Journal of Australian Geology and Geophysics, 16, 529–552.


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August 16, 2005