Ronald Greeley Center for Planetary Studies

Dr. Ronald Greeley – Papers


Dr. Ronald Greeley

Regents’ Professor

  1. 1966, An Inexpensive Dredge for Use in Shallow Water, The Compass, 43, 179-180, Greeley, R.
  2. 1966, Lectotypes of Some Lunulitiform Bryozoan Species (Canu and Bassler, 1920), J. Paleontology, 40, 969-970, Greeley, R.
  3. 1967, Natural Orientation of Lunulitiform Bryozoans, Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull., 78, 1179-1182, Greeley, R.
  4. 1969, Basally “Uncalcified” Zoaria of Lunulitiform Bryozoa, J. Paleontology, 43, 252-256, Greeley, R.
  5. 1969, On the Origin of Lunar Sinuous Rilles, Modern Geology, 1, 75-80, Oberbeck, V.R., W.L. Quaide, and R. Greeley.
  6. 1970, Life-Orientation Relationships of Some Eocene Bryozoan-Coral Associations, J. Paleontology, 44, 343-345, Greeley, R.
  7. 1970, Note on a Specimen Collecting Sieve, J. Paleontology, 44, 1132-1133, Greeley, R.
  8. 1970, Terrestrial Analogs to Lunar Dimple (Drainage) Craters, The Moon, 1, 237-252, Greeley, R.
  9. 1970, Precision Size-Frequency Distributions of Craters for 12 Selected Areas of the Lunar Surface, The Moon, 2, 10-77, Greeley, R. and D. Gault.
  10. 1971, Geology of Selected Lava Tubes in the Bend Area, Oregon, Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Industries Bull. 71, 47 p., Greeley, R.
  11. 1971, Lava Tubes and Channels in the Lunar Marius Hills, The Moon, 3, 289-314, Greeley, R.
  12. 1971, Lunar Hadley Rille:  Considerations of its Origin, Science, 172, 722-725, Greeley, R.
  13. 1971, Note on the Occurrence of Dribblet Spires in the Snake River Plain, Idaho, Northwest Science, 45, 145-148, Greeley, R.
  14. 1971, Observations of Actively Forming Lava Tubes and Associated Structures, Hawaii, Modern Geology, 2, 207-223, Greeley, R.
  15. 1971, Endogenetic Craters Interpreted from Crater Counts on the Inner Wall of Copernicus, Science, 171, 477-479, Greeley, R. and D.E. Gault.
  16. 1971, Seismic-Wave Velocity Patterns in Some Pahoehoe Basalt Flows, J. Geophys. Res., 76, 5765-5769, Rinehart, J. and R. Greeley.
  17. 1971, Lunar Rilles – A Catalog and Method of Classification, NASA TM X-62088, 83 p., Oberbeck, V.R., R. Greeley, M. Lovas, and R. Morgan.
  18. 1972, Additional Observations of Actively Forming Lava Tubes and Associated Structures, Hawaii, Modern Geology, 3, 157-160, Greeley, R.
  19. 1972, Introduction to Lunar and Planetary Geology, NASA-Ames Research Center, Office of Public Affairs, 45 p., Greeley, R.
  20. 1972, Mariner 9 Photographs of Small-Scale Volcanic Structures on Mars, NASA TM X-62222, 22 p., Greeley, R.
  21. 1972, Lava Tubes of the Cave Basalt, Mount St. Helens, Washington, Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull. 83, 2397-2418, Greeley, R. and J.H. Hyde.
  22. 1972, Planimetric Shapes of Lunar Rilles, in NASA SP-315, Apollo 16 Prelim. Science Report, 29‑80 to 29-88, Oberbeck, V.R., M. Aoyagi, R. Greeley, and M. Lovas.
  23. 1972, Comparative Geology of Crater Aratus CA (Mare Serenitatis) and Bear Crater (Idaho), NASA SP-315, Apollo 16 Preliminary Science Report, 30-1 to 30-6, Greeley, R.
  24. 1973, Mariner 9 Photographs of Small Volcanic Structures on Mars, Geology, 1, 175-180, Greeley, R.
  25. 1973, Crater Frequency Age Determinations for the Proposed Apollo 17 Site at Taurus-Littrow, Earth and Planet. Sci. Lett., 18, 102-108, Greeley, R. and D.E. Gault.
  26. 1973, Geological Field Trip Guide, Mount St. Helens Lava Tubes, Washington, Oregon Department of Geology and Mineral Ind. Bull. 77, 183-206, Hyde, J. and R. Greeley.
  27. 1973, Simulation of Martian Eolian Phenomena in the Atmospheric Wind Tunnel, NASA SP-336, 191-213, Iversen, J.D., R. Greeley, J.B. Pollack, and B.R. White.
  28. 1974, Aerial Reconnaissance of the Geology Over the Island of Hawaii, in NASA TM X-62362, 113–183, Greeley, R.
  29. 1974, Approaches for Teaching Lunar Geology,in NASA TM X-62359, 499-567, Greeley, R.
  30. 1974, Kaumana Lava Tube, in NASA TM X-62362, 233-238, Greeley, R.
  31. 1974, Sources of Lunar Geological Data, in NASA TM X-62359, 1-10, Greeley, R.
  32. 1974, Volcanism as a Planetary Process, in NASA TM X-62359, 295-322, Greeley, R.
  33. 1974, Use of Visible, Near-Infrared, and Thermal Infrared Remote Sensing to Study Soil Moisture, NASA TM X-62343, Blanchard, M.B., R. Greeley, and R. Goettelman.
  34. 1974, Use of Visible, Near-Infrared, and Thermal Infrared Remote Sensing to Study Soil Moisture, Proc. Remote Sensing Symp., 9, Ann Arbor, 693-700, Blanchard, M.B., R. Greeley, and R. Goettelman.
  35. 1974, Wind Tunnel Simulations of Light and Dark Streaks on Mars, Science, 183, 847-849, Greeley, R., J.D. Iversen, J.B. Pollack, N. Udovich, and B. White.
  36. 1974, Wind Tunnel Studies of Martian Aeolian Processes, Proc. R. Soc. Lond. A., 341, 331-360, Greeley, R., J.D. Iversen, J.B. Pollack, N. Udovich, and B. White.
  37. 1975, Lava Tubes on Other Planets, Atti Del Seminaro Sulle Grotte Laviche, 181-192, Greeley, R.
  38. 1975, Geologic Field Guide to the Quaternary Volcanics of the South-Central Snake River Plain, Idaho, Idaho Bur. Mines Pamph. 160, 49 p., Greeley, R. and J.S. King.
  39. 1975, Eolian Erosion of the Martian Surface, Part 1:  Erosion Rate Similitude, Icarus, 26, 321-331, Iversen, J.D., R. Greeley, B.R. White, and J.B. Pollack.
  40. 1975, Particle Motion in Atmospheric Boundary Layers of Mars and Earth, NASA TM X-62463, 200 p., White, B.R., J.D. Iversen, R. Greeley, and J.B. Pollack.
  41. 1975, The Future Exploration of Venus, NASA TM X-62450, 206 p., Colin, L., L.C. Evans, R. Greeley, W.L. Quaide, R.W. Schaupp, A. Seiff, and R.E. Young.
  42. 1976, Modes of Emplacement of Basalt Terrains and an Analysis of Mare Volcanism in the Orientale Basin, Proc. Lunar Sci. Conf. 7th, 2747-2759, Greeley, R.
  43. 1976, Basalt Models for the Mars Penetrator Mission:  Geology of the Amboy Lava Field, California, NASA TM X-73125, 53 p., Greeley, R. and T.E. Bunch.
  44. 1976, A Geological Basis for the Exploration of the Planets, NASA SP-417, 109 p., Greeley, R. and M. Carr, eds.
  45. 1976, Surficial Geology of Mars:  A Study in Support of a Penetrator Mission to Mars, NASA TM X-73184, 54 p., Spudis, P. and R. Greeley.
  46. 1976, Amboy Project: Aeolian and volcanic studies at Amboy Crater, Mojave Desert, California, 1976, NASA Grant NGR 05-017-037, 45 pp., Greeley, R., J.D. Iversen, J.B. Pollack.
  47. 1976, Windblown Dust on Earth, Mars, and Venus, Jour. Atmosph. Sci., 33, 2425-2429, Iversen, J.D., R. Greeley, and J.B. Pollack.
  48. 1976, Degradation of Small Mare Surface Features, Proc. Lunar Sci. Conf. 7th, 985-1003, Schultz, P.H., R. Greeley, and D.E. Gault.
  49. 1976, Variable Features on Mars.  VI.  An Unusual Crater Streak in Mesogaea, Icarus, 27, 241-253, Veverka, J., C. Sagan, and R. Greeley.
  50. 1976, The Effect of Vertical Distortion in the Modeling of Sedimentation Phenomena:  Martian Crater Wake Streaks, J. Geophys. Res., 81, 4846-4856, Iversen, J.D., R. Greeley, B.R. White, and J.B. Pollack.
  51. 1976, Saltation Threshold on Mars:  The Effect of Interparticle Force, Surface Roughness, and Low Atmospheric Density, Icarus, 29, 381-393, Iversen, J.D., J.B. Pollack, R. Greeley, and B.R. White.
  52. 1976, Estimates of the Wind Speeds Required for Particle Motion on Mars, Icarus, 29, 395-417, Pollack, J.B., R. Haberle, R. Greeley, and J. Iversen.
  53. 1976, Estimated Grain Saltation in a Martian Atmosphere, J. Geophys. Res., 81, 5643-5650, White, B.R., R. Greeley, J.D. Iversen, and J.B. Pollack.
  54. 1976, Mars:  Wind Friction Speeds for Particle Movement, Geophys. Res. Lett., 3, 417-420, Greeley, R., B. White, R. Leach, J. Iversen, and J. Pollack.
  55. 1976, The North Polar Region of Mars:  Imaging Results from Viking II, Science, 194, 1329-1337, Cutts, J.A., K.R. Blasius, G.A. Briggs, M.H. Carr, H. Masursky, and R. Greeley.
  56. 1976, Preliminary Results from the Viking Orbiter Imaging Experiment, Science, 193, 766-776, Carr, M.H., H. Masursky, W.A. Baum, K.R. Blasius, G.A. Briggs, J.A. Cutts, T. Duxbury, R. Greeley, J.E. Guest, B.A. Smith, L.A. Soderblom, J. Veverka, and J.B. Wellman.
  57. 1977, Aerial Guide to the Geology of the Central and Eastern Snake River Plain, in Volcanism of the Eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho:  A Comparative Planetary Geology Guidebook, NASA CR 154621, 59-112, Greeley, R.
  58. 1977, Basaltic “Plains” Volcanism, in Volcanism of the Eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho:  A Comparative Planetary Geology Guidebook, NASA CR 154621, 23-44, Greeley, R.
  59. 1977, Lava Tubes on Other Planets, Atti del Seminario sulle Grotte Laviche Catania, August 1975, 181-192, Greeley, R.
  60. 1977, Volcanic Morphology, in Volcanism of the Eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho:  A Comparative Planetary Geology Guidebook, NASA CR 154621, 5-22, Greeley, R.
  61. 1977, Geology of the Wapi Lava Field, Snake River Plain, Idaho, in Volcanism of the Eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho:  A Comparative Planetary Geology Guidebook, NASA CR 154621, 133-­151, Champion, D.E. and R. Greeley.
  62. 1977, Abstracts for the Planetary Geology Field Conference on the Snake River Plain, Idaho, NASA TM-78436, 40 p., Greeley, R. and D. Black.
  63. 1977, Road Log from American Falls to Split Butte, in Volcanism of the Eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho:  A Comparative Planetary Geology Guidebook, NASA CR 154621, 295-308, Greeley, R. and J.S. King.
  64. 1977, Possible Planetary Analogs to Snake River Plain Basalt Features, in Volcanism of the Eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho:  A Comparative Planetary Geology Guidebook, NASA CR 154621, 233-251, Greeley, R. and P.H. Schultz.
  65. 1977, Guide to the Geology of King’s Bowl Lava Field, in Volcanism of the Eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho:  A Comparative Planetary Geology Guidebook, NASA CR 154621, 171-188, Greeley, R., E. Theilig, and J.S. King.
  66. 1977, Geological Observations in the Cydonia Region of Mars from Viking, J. Geophys. Res., 82, 4111-4120, Guest, J.E., P.S. Butterworth, and R. Greeley.
  67. 1977, A Study of Variable Features on Mars During the Viking Primary Mission, J. Geophys. Res., 82, 4167-4187, Veverka, J., P. Thomas, and R. Greeley.
  68. 1977, Martian Impact Craters and Emplacement of Ejecta by Surface Flow, J. Geophys. Res., 82, 4055-4065, Carr, M.H., L. Crumpler, R. Greeley, J.E. Guest, and H. Masursky.
  69. 1977, Some Martian Volcanic Features as Viewed from the Viking Orbiters, J. Geophys. Res., 82, 3985-4015, Carr, M.H., R. Greeley, K.R. Blasius, J.E. Guest, and J.B. Murray.
  70. 1977, Dust Storms on Mars:  Considerations and Simulations, NASA TM-78423, 29 p., Greeley, R., B.R. White, J.B. Pollack, J.D. Iversen, and R.N. Leach.
  71. 1977, Geology of Chryse Planitia, J. Geophys. Res., 82, 4093-4109, Greeley, R., E. Theilig, J.E. Guest, M.H. Carr, H. Masursky, and J.A. Cutts.
  72. 1978, On Mars, Geotimes, 23(6), 17-18, Greeley, R.
  73. 1978, Exploratory Experiments of Impact Craters Formed in Viscous-Liquid Targets:  Analogues for Martian Rampart Craters?, Icarus, 34, 486-495, Gault, D.E. and R. Greeley.
  74. 1978, Abstracts for the Planetary Geology Field Conference on Aeolian Processes, NASA TM‑78455, 58 p., Greeley, R. and D. Black.
  75. 1978, Geologic Map of the Casius Quadrangle of Mars, U.S. Geol. Survey Map I-1038 (MC-6), Greeley, R. and J. Guest.
  76. 1978, Atmospheric and Wind Tunnel Experiments of the Amboy Crater Sand-Covered Lava Flow, Engineering Res. Inst., Iowa State Univ., Ames, Iowa, Interim Report, 79 p. ISU-ERI-78235, Greeley, R. and J.D. Iversen.
  77. 1978, Field Guide to Amboy Lava Flow, San Bernadino Co., CA., in Greeley, R. et al., eds., Aeolian Features of Southern California:  A Comparative Planetary Geology Guidebook, 23-52, Greeley, R. and J.D. Iversen.
  78. 1978, Mare Volcanism in the Herigonius Region of the moon, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 9th, 3333-3349, Greeley, R. and P.D. Spudis.
  79. 1978, Volcanism in the Cratered Terrain Hemisphere of Mars, Geophys. Res. Lett., 5, 453-455, Greeley, R. and P.D. Spudis.
  80. 1978, Episodic Channeling and Layered Terrain on Mars:  Implications for Ground Ice, Proc. 2nd Colloq. on Planet. Water and Polar Process., Hanover, New Hampshire, 151-157, Theilig, E. and R. Greeley.
  81. 1978, Crater Streaks in the Chryse Planitia Region of, Mars:  Early Viking Results, Icarus, 34, 556-567, Greeley, R., R. Papson, and J. Veverka.
  82. 1978, Aeolian Features of Southern California:  A Comparative Planetary Geology Guidebook, NASA, 264 p., Greeley, R., M. Womer, R. Papson, and P. Spudis, eds.
  83. 1979, Silt-Clay Aggregates on Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 84, 6248-6254, Greeley, R.
  84. 1979, Endogenic Craters of Basaltic Lava Flows:  Size Frequency Distribution, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 10th, 2919-2933, Greeley, R. and D.E. Gault.
  85. 1979, Plains and Channels in the Lunae Planum-Chryse Planitia Region of Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 84, 7994-8010, Theilig, E. and R. Greeley.
  86. 1979, Abrasion of Windblown Particles on Mars:  Erosion of Quartz and Basaltic Sand Under Simulated Martian Conditions, Icarus, 39, 364-384, Krinsley, D., R. Greeley, and J.B. Pollack.
  87. 1979, Simulated Aeolian Erosion of Quartz, 37th Ann. Proc. Electron Microscopy Soc. Amer., San Antonio, Texas, G.W. Bailey (ed.), 624-625, McKee, T.R., R. Greeley, and D.H. Krinsley.
  88. 1979, Mars:  The North Polar Sand Sea and Related Wind Patterns, J. Geophys. Res., 84, 8167-8180, Tsoar, H., R. Greeley, and A.R. Peterfreund.
  89. 1980, Role of Lava Tubes in Flows from the Observatory Vent, 1971 Eruption on Mount Etna, Geol. Mag., 117, 601-606, Guest, J.E., J.R. Underwood, and R. Greeley.
  90. 1980, The Geology of Split Butte-A Maar of the South-Central Snake River Plain, Idaho, Bull. Volc., 43, 453-471, Womer, M.B., R. Greeley, and J.S. King.
  91. 1980, Threshold Windspeeds for Sand on Mars:  Wind Tunnel Simulations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 7, 121-124, Greeley, R., R. Leach, B. White, J. Iversen, and J. Pollack.
  92. 1980, Impact Cratering in Viscous Targets:  Laboratory Experiments, Proc. Lunar Planet Sci. Conf. 11th, 2075-2097, Greeley, R., J. Fink, D.E. Gault, D.B. Snyder, J.E. Guest, and P.H. Schultz.
  93. 1981, Aeolian Activity as a Planetary Process, Mem. S. A., Italy, 409-418, Greeley, R.
  94. 1981, Photogeologic Mapping of Planetary Surfaces, Mem. Soc. Ast., Italy, 567-585, Greeley, R.
  95. 1981, Volcanism on Mars, Rev. Geophys. Space Phys., 19, 13-41, Greeley, R. and P.D. Spudis.
  96. 1981, Mare Basin Filling on the Moon:  Laboratory Simulations, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci., 12B, 651-663, Greeley, R. and M.B. Womer.
  97. 1981, High Resolution Visual, Thermal, and Radar Observations in the Northern Syrtis Major Region of Mars, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci., 12B, 1419-1429, Zimbelman, J.R. and R. Greeley.
  98. 1981, Impact Cratering Experiments in Bingham Materials and the Morpholgy of Craters on Mars and Ganymede, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci., 12B, 1649-1666, Fink, J.H., R. Greeley, and D.E. Gault.
  99. 1981, Rheological Properties of Mudflows Associated with the Spring 1980 Eruptions of Mount St. Helens Volcano, Washington, Geophys. Res. Lett., 8, 43-46, Fink, J.H., M.C. Malin, R.E. D’Alli, and R. Greeley.
  100. 1981, Dust Storms on Mars:  Considerations and Simulations, Geol. Soc. Amer. Spec. Paper, 186, 101-121, Greeley, R., B.R. White, J.B. Pollack, J.D. Iversen, and R.N. Leach.
  101. 1981, Stratigraphy of the Caloris Basin, Mercury, Icarus, 47, 184-202, McCauley, J.F., J.E. Guest, G.G. Schaber, N. Trask, and R. Greeley.
  102. 1982, Aeolian Modification of Planetary Surfaces, in The Comparative Study of the Planets, Coradini, A. and M. Fulchignoni, eds., NATO Advanced Study Institute Series, D. Reidel Publ., Dordrecht, 419-434, Greeley, R.
  103. 1982, Planetology, Geotimes, 27, 50-51, Greeley, R.
  104. 1982, The Snake River Plain, Idaho:  Representative of a New Category of Volcanism, J. Geophys. Res., 87, 2705-2712, Greeley, R.
  105. 1982, The Style of Basaltic Volcanism in the Eastern Snake River Plain, Idaho, in Cenozoic Geology of Idaho, Idaho Bureau of Mines and Geology Bull., 26, 407-421, Greeley, R.
  106. 1982, Pedestal Craters on Ganymede, Icarus, 51, 549-562, Horner, V.M. and R. Greeley.
  107. 1982, Surface Properties of Ancient Terrain in the Northern Hemisphere of Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 87, 10181-10189, Zimbelman, J.R. and R. Greeley.
  108. 1982, Phreatic Eruptions of the Eastern Snake River Plain of Idaho, in Cenozoic Geology of Idaho, Idaho Bureau Mines and Geology Bull., 26, 453-464, Womer, M.B., R. Greeley, and J.S. King.
  109. 1982, Experimental Simulation of Impact Cratering on Icy Satellites, in Satellites of Jupiter, Morrison, D., ed., 340-378, Greeley, R., J.H. Fink, D.E. Gault, and J.E. Guest.
  110. 1982, Rate of Wind Abrasion on Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 87, 10,009-10,024, Greeley, R., R.N. Leach, S.H. Williams, B.R. White, J.B. Pollack, D.H. Krinsley, and J.R. Marshall.
  111. 1983, Lava Tubes and the Emplacement of Volcanic flows on Planets and Satellites, Symp. Intern. Vulcano. IV, Catania Siciliy, 15 p., Greeley, R.
  112. 1983, Geological Map of the Shakespeare Quadrangle of Mercury, U.S. Geol. Survey Map I-1408 (H-3), Guest, J.E. and R. Greeley.
  113. 1983, Cooling and Deformation of Sulfur Flows, Icarus, 56, 38-50, Fink, J.H., S.O. Park, and R. Greeley.
  114. 1983, Velocities of Windblown Particles in Saltation:  Preliminary Laboratory and Field Measurements,In Eolian Sediments and Processes, Elsevier, Amsterdam, 133-148, Greeley, R., S.H. Williams, and J.R. Marshall.
  115. 1984, Sulfur Volcanoes on Io?, Astronomy Express, 1, 25-31, Greeley, R. and J. Fink.
  116. 1984, Martian Crater Dark Streak Lengths:  Explanation from Wind Tunnel Experiments, Icarus, 58, 358-362, Iversen, J.D. and R. Greeley.
  117. 1984, Evolution of the Yardangs at Rogers Lake, California, Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull., 95, 829-837, Ward, A.W. and R. Greeley.
  118. 1984, The Effect of Viscosity on Impact Cratering and Possible Application to the Icy Satellites of Saturn and Jupiter, J. Geophys. Res., 89, 417-423, Fink, J., D.E. Gault, and R. Greeley.
  119. 1984, Microdunes and Other Aeolian Bedforms on Venus:  Wind Tunnel Simulations, Icarus, 60, 152-160, Greeley, R., J.R. Marshall, and R.N. Leach.
  120. 1984, The Mauna Loa Sulfur Flow as an Analog to Secondary Sulfur Flows (?) on Io, Icarus, 60, 189-199, Greeley, R., E. Theilig, and P. Christensen.
  121. 1984, Lava Tubes, Terraces, and Megatumuli on the 1614-24 Pahoehoe Lava Flow Field, Mount Etna, Sicily, Bull. Volc., 47, 635-648, Guest, J.E., C. Wood, and R. Greeley.
  122. 1984, Windblown Sand on Venus:  Preliminary Results of Laboratory Simulations, Icarus, 57, l12-124, Greeley, R., J. Iversen, R. Leach, J. Marshall, B. White, and S. Williams.
  123. 1984, Abrasion by Aeolian Particles:  Earth and Mars, NASA CR 3788, 50 p., Greeley, R., S. Williams, B. R. White, J. Pollack, J. Marshall, and D. Krinsley.
  124. 1985, “Plains” Volcanism, Volcano News, no. 21, 9-10, Greeley, R.
  125. 1985, “Microdunes” and Other Aeolian Bedforms in High-Density Atmospheres, Proc. International Workshop on the Physics of Blown Sand, Institute of Theoretical Statistics, Memoir 8, Aarhus, Denmark, 369-376, Bougan, S. and R. Greeley.
  126. 1985, Transport of Venusian Rolling “Stones” by Wind?, Nature, 313, 771-773, Greeley, R and J.R. Marshall.
  127. 1985, The Geomorphology of Rhea:  Implications for Geologic History and Surface Processes, Proc. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conf. 15th, in J. Geophys. Res., 90, C785-C795, Moore, J.M., V.M. Horner, and R. Greeley.
  128. 1985, Analysis of the Gran Desierto-Pinacate Region, Sonora, Mexico, via Shuttle Imaging Radar, NASA CR-177356, 44 p., Greeley, R., P.R. Christensen, J.F. McHone, Y. Asmerom, and J.R. Zimbelman.
  129. 1985, Wind Abrasion on Earth and Mars, in Models in Geomorphology, Woldenberg, M.J., ed., Allen and Unwin, Boston, 373-422, Greeley, R., S.H. Williams, B. White, J.B. Pollack, and J.R. Marshall.
  130. 1986, Aeolian Activity as a Planetary Process, in Physics of Desertification, El-Baz, F. and M.H.A. Hassan, eds., Martinus Nijhoff Publ., Dordrecht, 159-190, Greeley, R.
  131. 1986, Aeolian Landforms:  Laboratory Simulations and Field Studies,in Aeolian Geomorphology, Nickling, W.G., ed., Allen & Unwin, Boston, 195-211, Greeley, R.
  132. 1986, Sulphur and Volcanism on Io, Nature, 322, 593-594, Crown, D.A. and R. Greeley.
  133. 1986, Aeolian processes and features at Amboy Lava Field, California, in Physics of Desertification, El-Baz, F. and M.H.A. Hassan, eds., Martinus Nijhoff Publ., Dordrecht, 290-317, Greeley, R. and J.D. Iversen.
  134. 1986, Experiments in Planetary and Related Sciences and the Space Station, NASA Conf. Publ. 2494, 189 pp., Greeley, R. and R.J. Williams, eds.
  135. 1986, Individual Particles and the Martian Aeolian Action–A Review, Sedimentary Geology, 47, 167-189, Krinsley, D. and R. Greeley.
  136. 1986, Lava Flows on Mars:  Analysis of Small Surface Features and Comparisons with Terrestrial Analogs, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., 17th, in J. Geophys. Res., 91, E193-E206, Theilig, E. and R. Greeley.
  137. 1986, Topographic Evidence for Shield Volcanism on Io, Icarus, 67, 181-183, Moore, J.M., A.S. McEwen, E.F. Albin, and R. Greeley.
  138. 1987, Photogeological Inferences of Martian Surface Composition, in Workshop on Nature and Composition of Surface Units on Mars, Lunar and Planetary Inst./NASA/MEVTV Study Project, 49-50, Greeley, R.
  139. 1987, Release of Juvenile Water on Mars:  Estimated Amounts and Timing Associated with Volcanism, Science, 236, 1653-1654, Greeley, R.
  140. 1987, The Role of Lava Tubes in Hawaiian Volcanoes, in Volcanism of Hawaii, Decker, R.W., T.L. Wright, and P.H. Stauffer, eds., U.S. Geol. Surv. Prof. Paper 1350, 1589-1602, Greeley, R.
  141. 1987, Geologic Map of the Eastern Equatorial Region of Mars, U.S. Geol. Survey Map I-1802-B, Greeley, R. and J.E. Guest.
  142. 1987, Measurements of Wind Friction Speeds Over Lava Surfaces and Assessment of Sediment Transport, Geophys. Res. Lett., 14,  925-928, Greeley, R. and J.D. Iversen.
  143. 1987, Exploring the Planets, Morrison, D., ed.,  in Yearbook of Science and the Future 1988, Encyclopedia Britannica, Chicago, 58-71, Greeley, R. and J.M. Moore.
  144. 1987, Experiments in Planetary and Related Sciences and the Space Station, NASA CP 2494, 117 pp, Greeley, R. and R.J. Williams, eds.
  145. 1987, Effects of Elevation and Ridged Plains Thicknesses on Martian Crater Ejecta Morphology, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 17th, in J. Geophys. Res., 92, E561-E569, Horner, V.M. and R. Greeley.
  146. 1987, Talemzane: Algerian Impact Crater Detected on SIR-A Orbital Imaging Radar, Meteoritics, 22, 253-264, McHone, J.F. and R. Greeley.
  147. 1987, Radar Characteristics of Small Craters:  Implications for Venus, Earth, Moon, and Planets, 37, 89-111, Greeley, R., P.R. Christensen, and J.F. McHone.
  148. 1987, Aeolian Saltation Threshold:  The Effect of Density Ratio, Sedimentology, 34, 699-706, Iversen, J.D., R. Greeley, J.R. Marshall, and J.B. Pollack.
  149. 1987, Physical and Chemical Modification of the Surface of Venus by Windblown Particles, Nature, 327, 313-315, Greeley, R., J.R. Marshall, and J.B. Pollack.
  150. 1987, Dunes of the Gran Desierto Sand-Sea, Sonora, Mexico, Earth Surface Processes and Landforms, 12, 277-288, Lancaster, N., R. Greeley, and P.R. Christensen.
  151. 1987, Saltation Threshold Experiments Conducted Under Reduced Gravity Conditions, Amer. Inst. Aeronautics and Astronautics, AIAA-87-0621, 9 p., White, B.R., R.N. Leach, R. Greeley, and J.D. Iversen.
  152. 1987, Columbia and Snake River Plains, in Geomorphic Systems of North America, Centennial Special, vol. 2, Geol. Soc. Amer., 403-468, Baker, V.R., R. Greeley, P.D. Komar, D.A. Swanson, and R.B. Waitt, Jr.
  153. 1987, Planetary Science, in Microgravity Particle Research on the Space Station, Squyres, S.W., C.P. McKay, and D.E. Schwartz, eds., NASA CP-2496, 11-18, Marshall, J.R., F. Bridges, D. Gault, R. Greeley, H. Huopis, D. Lin, and S. Weidenschilling.
  154. 1988, Thickness and Volume of Mare Deposits in Tsiolkovsky, Lunar Farside, Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 18th, 331-337, Craddock, R.A. and R. Greeley.
  155. 1988, Radar Observations of Basaltic Lava Flows, Craters of the Moon, Idaho, Int. J. Remote Sensing, 9, 1071-1085, Greeley, R. and L. Martel.
  156. 1988, Wind Abrasion:  Earth, Mars and Venus, in Proc. 1988 Wind Erosion Conference, Lubbock, TX, 48-53, Greeley, R. and S.H. Williams.
  157. 1988, NASA Mars Project: Evolution of Climate and Atmosphere, EOS Trans. Amer. Geophys. Union, 69, 1585, 1595-1596, Clifford, S.M., R. Greeley, and R.M. Haberle.
  158. 1988, Scientific Results of the NASA-Sponsored Study Project on Mars:  Evolution of its Climate and Atmosphere, LPI Tech. Rept., 88-09, 33 pp., Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Clifford, S.M., R. Greeley, and R.M. Haberle, eds.
  159. 1988, Geologic Map of the Ra Patera Area of Io, U.S. Geol. Surv. Map I‑1949, Greeley, R., P.D. Spudis, and J.E Guest.
  160. 1988, Geologic Map of the Uruk Sulcus Quadrangle of Ganymede, U.S. Geol. Surv. Map I-1934, Guest, J.E., R. Bianchi, and R. Greeley.
  161. 1988, The Formation of Hadley Rille and Implications for the Geology of the Apollo 15 Region, Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 18th, 243-254, Spudis, P.D., G.A. Swann, and R. Greeley.
  162. 1988, Aeolian Weathering of Venusian Surface Materials:  Preliminary Results from Laboratory Simulations, Icarus, 74, 495-515, Marshall, J.R., R. Greeley, D.W. Tucker, and J.B. Pollack.
  163. 1988, The Resurfacing History of Mars:  A Synthesis of Digitized, Viking-Based Geology, Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 18th, 665-678, Tanaka, K.L., N.K. Isbell, D.H. Scott, R. Greeley, and J.E. Guest.
  164. 1988, Workshop on Mars Sample Return Science, LPI Tech. Rept. 88-07, 196 pp., Drake, M.J., R. Greeley, G.A. McKay, D.P. Blanchard, M.H. Carr, J. Gooding, C.P. McKay, P.D. Spudis, and S.W. Squyres, eds.
  165. 1988, A Relationship Between Radar Backscatter and Aerodynamic Roughness:  Preliminary Results, Geophys. Res. Lett., 15, 565-568, Greeley, R., N. Lancaster, R.J. Sullivan, R.S. Saunders, E. Theilig, S. Wall, A. Dobrovolskis, B.R. White, and J.D. Iversen.
  166. 1989, Shuttle Radar Images of Wind Streaks in the Altiplano, Bolivia, Geology, 17, 665-668, Greeley, R., P. Christensen, and R. Carrasco.
  167. 1989, Saltation Thresholds and Entrainment of Fine Particles at Earth and Martian Pressures, NASA TM-102193, 38 pp., Leach, R., R. Greeley, and J. Pollack.
  168. 1989, Geologic Map of the Ruwa Patera Quadrangle of Io (Ji2), U.S. Geol. Surv. Map I-1980, Schaber, G.G., D.H. Scott, and R. Greeley.
  169. 1990, Mars Landing Site Catalog, NASA Ref. Publ. 1238, 194 pp., Greeley, R., ed.
  170. 1990, Volcanism in Northwest Ishtar Terra, Venus, Icarus, 87, 327-338, Gaddis, L.R. and R. Greeley.
  171. 1990, Aeolian Processes on Venus, Earth, Moon and Planets, 50/51, 127-157, Greeley, R. and R. Arvidson.
  172. 1990, Volcanic Geology of Tyrrhena Patera, Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 7133-7149, Greeley, R. and D.A. Crown.
  173. 1990, Sediment Volume in the North Polar Sand Seas of Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 10,921-10,927, Lancaster, N. and R. Greeley.
  174. 1990, Evidence for an Ancient Impact Basin in Daedalia Planum, Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 10,729-10,741, Craddock, R.A., R. Greeley, and P.R. Christensen.
  175. 1990, Observations of Industrial Sulfur Flows:  Implications for Io, Icarus, 84, 374-402, Greeley, R., S.W. Lee, D.A. Crown, and N. Lancaster.
  176. 1990, Large-Scale Patterns of Eolian Sediment Transport on Venus: Predictions for Magellan, Geophys. Res. Lett., 17, 1365-1368, Saunders, R.S., A.R. Dobrovolskis, R. Greeley, and S.D. Wall.
  177. 1990, Regional Aeolian Dynamics and Sand Mixing in the Gran Desierto: Evidence from Landsat Thematic Mapper Images, J. Geophy. Res., 95, 15,463-15,482, Blount, G., M.O. Smith, J.B. Adams, R. Greeley, and P.R. Christensen.
  178. 1991, Lava Tubes in the Solar System, 6th International Symposium on Vulcanospeleology, Hilo, Hawaii, 223-230, Greeley, R.
  179. 1991, Sand and Dust on Mars, NASA CP 10074, 61 p., Greeley, R. and R.M. Haberle, eds.
  180. 1991, Magma Generation on Mars:  Amounts, Rates, and Comparisons with Earth, Moon, and Venus, Science, 254, 996-998, Greeley, R. and B.D. Schneid.
  181. 1991, Interaction Between Unvegetated Desert Surfaces and the Atmospheric Boundary Layer:  A Preliminary Assessment, Acta Mechanica, 2, 89-102, Lancaster, N., R. Greeley, and K.R. Rasmussen.
  182. 1991, The Formation of Terrains Antipodal to Major Impacts, Icarus, 93, 159-168, Watts, A.W., R. Greeley, and H.J. Melosh.
  183. 1991, Discrimination of Active and Inactive Sand from Remote Sensing:  Kelso Dunes, Mojave Desert, California, Remote Sens. Environ., 37, 153-166, Paisley, E.C.I., N. Lancaster, L.R. Gaddis, and R. Greeley.
  184. 1991, Venus:  Concentrations of Radar-Reflective Minerals by Wind, Icarus, 90, 123-128, Greeley, R., J.R. Marshall, D. Clemens, A.R. Dobrovolskis, and J.B. Pollack.
  185. 1991, Adhesion and Abrasion of Surface Materials in the Venusian Aeolian Environment, J. Geophys. Res., 96, 1931-1947, Marshall, J.R., G. Fogleman, R. Greeley, R. Hixon, and D. Tucker.
  186. 1991, Assessment of Aerodynamic Roughness via Airborne Radar Observations, Acta Mechanica, 2, 77-88, Greeley, R., L. Gaddis, N. Lancaster, A. Dobrovolskis, J. Iversen, K. Rasmussen, S. Saunders, J. VanZyl, S. Wall, H. Zebker, and B. White.
  187. 1991, Radar-Aeolian Roughness Project, NASA CR 4378, 125 p., Greeley, R., A. Dobrovolskis, L. Gaddis, J. Iversen, N. Lancaster, R. Leach, K. Rasmussen, S. Saunders, J. VanZyl, S. Wall, B. White, and H. Zebker.
  188. 1991, Images from Galileo of the Venus Cloud Deck, Science, 253, 1531-1536, Belton, M.J.S., P.J. Gierasch, M.D. Smith, P. Helfenstein, P.J. Schinder, J.B. Pollack, K.A. Rages, A.P. Ingersoll, K.P. Klaasen, J. Veverka, C.D. Anger, M.H. Carr, C.R. Chapman, M.E. Davies, F.P. Fanale, R. Greeley, R. Greenberg, J.W. Head III, D. Morrison, G. Neukum, and C.B. Pilcher.
  189. 1992, An Experimental Study of Aeolian Structures on Venus, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 1007-1016, Marshall, J.R. and R. Greeley.
  190. 1992, Aerodynamic Roughness Measured in the Field and Simulated in a Wind Tunnel, NASA CR 4422, 50 p., Sullivan, R. and R. Greeley.
  191. 1992, A Comparison of LOWTRAN-7 Corrected Airborne Visible/Infrared Imaging Spectrometer (AVIRIS) Data with Ground Spectral Measurements, Summaries of the Third Annual JPL Airborne Geoscience Workshop, 1, 144-146, Xu, P. and R. Greeley.
  192. 1992, Geologic Evolution of the East Rim of the Hellas Basin, Mars, Icarus, 100, 1-25,  Crown, D.A., K.H. Price, and R. Greeley.
  193. 1992, New Airborne Imaging Radar Observations of Sand Dunes: Kelso Dunes, California, Remote Sens. Environ., 39, 233-238, Lancaster, N., L. Gaddis, and R. Greeley.
  194. 1992, Global Stratigraphy, in Mars, Kieffer, H.H. and B. Jakosky, eds., University of Arizona Press, p. 345-382, Tanaka, K.L., D.H. Scott, and R. Greeley.
  195. 1992, Geologic Map of Io, U.S. Geol. Surv. Map I-2209, Crown, D.A., R. Greeley, R.A. Craddock, and G.G. Schaber.
  196. 1992, Martian Aeolian Processes, Sediments, and Features, in Mars, Kieffer, H.H. and B. Jakosky (eds.), Univ. of Arizona Press, p. 730-766, Greeley, R., N. Lancaster, S. Lee, and P. Thomas.
  197. 1992, Geologic Maps of the Western Equatorial, Eastern Equatorial and Polar Region of Mars, U.S. Geol. Surv. Map I-1802-A-B-C, Scott, D.H., K.L. Tanaka, R. Greeley, and J.E. Guest.
  198. 1992, Volatile History of Mangala Valles, Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 18,309-18,317, Zimbelman, J.R., R.A. Craddock, R. Greeley, and R.O. Kuzmin.
  199. 1992, Surface Modification of Venus as Inferred from Magellan Observations of Plains, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 13,303-13,317, Arvidson, R.E., R. Greeley, M.C. Malin, R.S. Saunders, N. Izenberg, J.J. Plaut, E. Stofan, and M.K. Shepard.
  200. 1992, Small Volcanic Edifices and Volcanism in the Plains of Venus, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 15,949-15,966, Guest, J.E., M.H. Bulmer, J. Aubele, K. Beratan, R. Greeley, J.W. Head, G.A. Michaels, C. Weitz, and C. Wiles.
  201. 1992, Aeolian Features on Venus: Preliminary Magellan Results, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 13,319-13,345, Greeley, R., R.E. Arvidson, C. Elachi, M.A. Geringer, J.J. Plaut, R.S. Saunders, G. Schubert, E.R. Stofan, E.J.P. Thouvenot, S.D. Wall, and C.M. Weitz.
  202. 1992, Lunar Impact Basins and Crustal Heterogeneity: New Western Limb and Far Side Data from Galileo, Science, 255, 570-576, Belton, M.J.S., J.W. Head III, C.M. Pieters, R. Greeley, A.S. McEwen, G. Neukum, K.P. Klaasen, C.D. Anger, M.H. Carr, C.R. Chapman, M.E. Davies, F.P. Fanale, P.J. Gierasch, R. Greenberg, A.P. Ingersoll, T. Johnson, B. Paczkowski, C.B. Pilcher, J. Veverka.
  203. 1992, Imaging of Venus from Galileo: Early Results and Camera Performance, Adv. Space Res., 12, 91-103, Belton, M.J.S., P. Gierasch, K.P. Klaasen, C.D. Anger, M.H. Carr, C.R. Chapman, M.E. Davies, R. Greeley, R. Greenberg, J.W. Head, G. Neukum, C.B. Pilcher, J. Veverka, F.P. Fanale, A.P. Ingersoll, J.B. Pollack, D. Morrison, M.C. Clary, W. Cunningham, and H. Breneman.
  204. 1992, Galileo Encounter with 951 Gaspra: First Pictures of an Asteroid, Science, 257, 1647-1652, Belton, M.J.S., J. Veverka, P. Thomas, P. Helfenstein, D. Simonelli, C. Chapman, M.E. Davies, R. Greeley, R. Greenberg, J. Head, S. Murchie, K. Klaasen, T.V. Johnson, A. McEwen, D. Morrison, G. Neukum, F. Fanale, C. Anger, M. Carr, and C. Pilcher.
  205. 1992, The Galileo Solid-State Imaging Experiment, Space Science Reviews, 60, 413-455, Belton, M.J.S., K.P. Klaasen, M.C. Clary, J.L. Anderson, C.D. Anger, M.H. Carr, C.R. Chapman, M.E. Davies, R. Greeley, D. Anderson, L.K. Bolef, T.E. Townsend, R. Greenberg, J.W. Head III, G. Neukum, C.B. Pilcher, J. Veverka, P.J. Gierasch, F.P. Fanale, A.P. Ingersoll, H. Masursky, D. Morrison, and J.B. Pollack.
  206. 1993, AIRSAR views of Aeolian terrain, 4th Ann. JPL Airborne Geosci. Workshop, 3,  9-12, Blumberg, D.G. and R. Greeley.
  207. 1993, Field Studies of Aerodynamic Roughness Length, J. of Arid Env., 25, 39-48, Blumberg, D.G. and R. Greeley.
  208. 1993, Volcanic Geology of Hadriaca Patera and the Eastern Hellas Region of Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 3431-3451, Crown, D.A. and R. Greeley.
  209. 1993, Formation of Venusian Canali: Considerations of Lava Types and their Thermal Behaviors, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 10,873-10,882, Gregg, T.K.P., and R. Greeley.
  210. 1993, Comparison of Aerodynamic Roughness Measured in a Field Experiment and in a Wind Tunnel Simulation, J. Wind Eng. Ind. Aerodyn., 48, 25-50, Sullivan, R. and R. Greeley.
  211. 1993, Laboratory Spectra of Field Samples as a Check on Two Atmospheric Correction Methods, 4th Ann. JPL Airborne Geosci. Workshop, 1,  201-204, Xu, P. and R. Greeley.
  212. 1993, Martian Aeolian Features and Deposits: Comparisons with General Circulation Model Results, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 3183-3196, Greeley, R., A. Skypeck, and J.B. Pollack.
  213. 1993, Assessment of Aerodynamic Roughness over a Vegetated Surface Using Radar Backscatter, Proc. 25th  International Symposium, Remote Sensing and Global Environ. Change, Environmental Res. Inst. of Michigan, 1, I‑161-I‑171, Rasmussen, K.R., S. Wall, R. Greeley, D.G. Blumberg, and H.E. Mikkelsen.
  214. 1993, Lunar Impact Basins: New Data for the Western Limb and Far Side (Orientale and South Pole-Aitken Basins) from the First Galileo Flyby, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 17,149–17,181, Head, J.W., S. Murchie, J.F. Mustard, C.M. Pieters, G. Neukum, A. McEwen, R. Greeley, E. Nagel, and M.J.S. Belton.
  215. 1993, Characterization of Lava-Flow Degradation in the Pisgah and Cima Volcanic Fields, California, Using Landsat Thematic Mapper and AIRSAR Data, Geol. Soc. Amer. Bull., 105, 175-188, Arvidson, R.E., M.K. Shepard, E.A. Guinness, S.B. Petroy, J.J. Plaut, D.L. Evans, T.G. Farr, R. Greeley, N. Lancaster, and L.R. Gaddis.
  216. 1993, Crustal Diversity of the Moon: Compositional Analyses of Galileo Solid State Imaging Data, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 17,127-17,148, Pieters, C.M., J.W. Head, J.M. Sunshine, E.M. Fischer, S.L. Murchie, M. Belton, A. McEwen, L. Gaddis, R. Greeley, G. Neukum, R. Jaumann, and H. Hoffmann.
  217. 1993, Galileo Imaging Observations of Lunar Maria and Related Deposits, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 17,183-17,205, Greeley, R., S.D. Kadel, D.A. Williams, L.R. Gaddis, J.W. Head, A.S. McEwen, S.L. Murchie, E. Nagel, G. Neukum, C.M. Pieters, J.M. Sunshine, R. Wagner, and M.J.S. Belton.
  218. 1994, Geologic Map of the MTM-20147 Quadrangle, Mangala Valles Region of Mars, U.S. Geol. Surv. Map I‑2310, Craddock, R.A. and R. Greeley.
  219. 1994, Mars Landing Site Catalog, 2nd Edition, NASA Ref. Publ. 1238, 392 p., Greeley, R. and P.E. Thomas, eds.
  220. 1994, Dust Deposits on Mars:  The “Parna” Analog, Icarus, 110, 165-177, Greeley, R. and S.H. Williams.
  221. 1994, Reply, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 17,165-17,167, Gregg, T.K.P., and R. Greeley.
  222. 1994, Assessment of Antipodal-Impact Terrains on Mars, Icarus, 110, 196-202, Williams, D.A. and R. Greeley.
  223. 1994, Windblown Sand on Venus:  The Effect of High Atmospheric Density, Geophys. Res. Letters, 21, 2825-2828, Williams, S.H. and R. Greeley.
  224. 1994, Geologic Map of the MTM-15147 Quadrangle, Mangala Valles Region of Mars, U.S. Geol. Surv. Map I‑2402, Zimbelman, J.R., R.A. Craddock, and R. Greeley.
  225. 1994, Dunes and Microdunes on Venus:  Why were so few found in the Magellan Data?, Icarus, 112, 282-295, Weitz, C.M., J.J. Plaut, R. Greeley, and R.S. Saunders.
  226. 1994, Wind Streaks on Venus: Clues to Atmospheric Circulation, Science, 263, 358-361, Greeley, R., G. Schubert, D. Limonadi, K.C. Bender, W.I. Newman, P.E. Thomas, C.M. Weitz, and S.D. Wall.
  227. 1994, Discovery of Grooves on Gaspra, Icarus, 107, 72-83, Veverka, J., P. Thomas, D. Simonelli, M.J.S. Belton, M. Carr, C. Chapman, M.E. Davies, R. Greeley, R. Greenberg, J. Head, K. Klaasen, T.V. Johnson, D. Morrison, and G. Neukum.
  228. 1994, First Images of Asteroid 243 Ida, Science, 265, 1543-1547, Belton, M.J.S., C.R. Chapman, J. Ververka, K.P. Klaasen, A. Harch, R. Greeley, R. Greenberg, J.W. Head III, A. McEwen, D. Morrison, P.C. Thomas, M.E. Davies, M.H. Carr, G. Neukum, F.P. Fanale, D.R. Davis, C. Anger, P.J. Gierasch, A.P. Ingersoll, and C.B. Pilcher.
  229. 1994, Galileo Multispectral Imaging of the North Polar and Eastern Limb Regions of the Moon, Science, 264, 1112-1115, Belton, M.J.S., R. Greeley, R. Greenberg, A. McEwen, K.P. Klaasen, J.W. Head III, C. Pieters, G. Neukum, C.R. Chapman, P. Geissler, C. Heffernan, H. Breneman, C. Anger, M.H. Carr, M.E. Davies, F.P. Fanale, P.J. Gierasch, A.P. Ingersoll, T.V. Johnson, C.B. Pilcher, W.R. Thompson, J. Veverka, and C. Sagan.
  230. 1995, Geology of Terrestrial Planets with Dynamic Atmospheres, Earth, Moon, and Planets, 67, 13-29, Greeley, R.
  231. 1995, Preliminary Analysis of Shuttle Radar Laboratory (SRL-1) Data to Study Aeolian Features and Processes, IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 33, 927-933, Greeley, R. and D.G. Blumberg.
  232. 1995, A Review of the Origins of Subparallel Ridges and Troughs:  Generalized Morphological Predictions from Terrestrial Models, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 18,985-19,007, Pappalardo, R.T. and R. Greeley.
  233. 1995, Site Selection for Mars Exobiology, Advances in Space Research, 15, 157-162, Farmer, J., D. Des Marais, R. Greeley, R. Landheim, and H. Klein.
  234. 1995, Emplacement of Xenolith Nodules in the Kaupulehu Lava Flow, Hualalai Volcano, Hawaii, Bull Volcanol, 57, 179-184, Guest, J.E., P.D. Spudis, R. Greeley, G.J. Taylor, and S.M. Baloga.
  235. 1995, Multispectral Studies of Western Limb and Farside Maria from Galileo Earth-Moon Encounter 1, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 23,291-23,299, Williams, D.A., R. Greeley, G. Neukum, R. Wagner, and S.D. Kadel.
  236. 1995, Wind-Related Features and Processes on Venus:  Summary of Magellan Results, Icarus, 115, 399-420, Greeley, R., K. Bender, P.E. Thomas, G. Schubert, D. Limonadi, and C.M. Weitz.
  237. 1995, Potential Transport of Windblown Sand:  Influence of Surface Roughness and Assessment with Radar Data, in Desert Aeolian Processes, London, pp. 75-99, Greeley, R., D.G. Blumberg, A.R. Dobrovolskis, L.R. Gaddis, J.D. Iversen, N. Lancaster, K.R. Rasmussen, R.S. Saunders, S.D. Wall, and B.R. White.
  238. 1995, The Galileo Imaging Team Plan for Observing the Satellites of Jupiter, J. Geophys. Res., 100, 18,935-18,955, Carr, M.H., M.J.S. Belton, K. Bender, H. Breneman, R. Greeley, J.W. Head, K.P. Klaasen, A.S. McEwen, J.M. Moore, S. Murchie, R.T. Pappalardo, J. Plutchak, R. Sullivan, G. Thornhill, and J. Veverka.
  239. 1996, Mars sample return:  Goals for geology, LPI Tech. Rept. 97-01, 69-72, Greeley, R.
  240. 1996, A comparison of general circulation model predictions to sand drift and dune orientations.  J. of Climate, 9, 3,248-3,259, Blumberg, D.G. and R. Greeley.
  241. 1996, Field Measurements of the Flux and Speed of Wind-Blown Sand, Sedimentology, 43, 41-52, Greeley, R., D.G. Blumberg, and S.H. Williams.
  242. 1996, The Mars Aerial Platform (MAP) Concept, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics , AIAA 96‑0335, 8 p., Greeley, R., P.R. Christensen, J. Cantrell, B.C. Clark, R.S. Price, R.M. Zubrin, J.A. Cutts, R.E. Oberto, R.M. Haberle, and M.C. Malin. 
  243. 1996, Ejecta Blocks on 243 Ida and on Other Asteroids, Icarus, 120, 87-105, Lee, P., J. Veverka, P.C. Thomas, P. Helfenstein, M.J.S. Belton, C.R. Chapman, R. Greeley, R.T. Pappalardo, R. Sullivan, and J.W. Head III.
  244. 1996, Geology of 243 Ida, Icarus, 120, 119-139, Sullivan, R., R. Greeley, R. Pappalardo, E. Asphaug, J.M. Moore, D. Morrison, M.J.S. Belton, M. Carr, C.R. Chapman, P. Geissler, R. Greenberg, J. Granahan, J.W. Head III, R. Kirk, A. McEwen, P. Lee, P.C. Thomas, and J. Veverka.
  245. 1996, Galileo’s First Images of Jupiter and the Galilean Satellites, Science, 274, 377-385, Belton, M.J.S., J.W. Head III, A.P. Ingersoll, R. Greeley, A.S. McEwen, K.P. Klaasen, D. Senske, R. Pappalardo, G. Collins, A.R. Vasavada, R. Sullivan, D. Simonelli, P. Geissler, M.H. Carr, M.E. Davies, J. Veverka, P.J. Gierasch, D. Banfield, M. Bell, C.R. Chapman, C. Anger, R. Greenberg, G. Neukum, C.B. Pilcher, R.F. Beebe, J.A. Burns, F. Fanale, W. Ip, T.V. Johnson, D. Morrison, J. Moore, G.S. Orton, P. Thomas, and R.A. West.
  246. 1997, On the estimation of aerodynamic roughness of desert, Aarhus Geoscience, 7, 61-71, Rasmussen, K.R., J. McHone, R. Greeley, and K.K. Williams.
  247. 1997, Extensional tilt blocks on Miranda:  Evidence for an upwelling origin of Arden Corona, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 13,369-13,379, Pappalardo, R.T., S.J. Reynolds, and R. Greeley.
  248. 1997, Applications of spaceborne radar laboratory data to the study of aeolian processes, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 10,971-10,983, Greeley, R., D.G. Blumberg, J.F. McHone, A. Dobrovolskis, J.D. Iversen, N. Lancaster, K.R. Rasmussen, S.D. Wall, and B.R. White.
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  252. 1997, The partially watery world of Europa, one of Jupiter’s Moons, Earth in Space (AGU), 10, 11-14, Greeley, R.
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  254. 1997, Geology of Europa: Galileo update, The Three Galileos:  The man, the spacecraft, the telescope, C. Barbieri et al. (eds.), 191-200, Greeley, R.
  255. 1997, Geologic map of Callisto, U.S. Geological Survey, Map I-2581, Bender, K.C., J.W. Rice, D.E. Wilhelms, and R. Greeley.
  256. 1997, Aeolian behavior of dust in a simulated Martian environment, J. Geophys. Res., 102, 25629-25640, White, B.R., B.M. Lacchia, R. Greeley, and R.N. Leach.
  257. 1997, Development of a geoscience-based mission strategy for an aerobot traverse of the Martian Northern Plains, Open-File Report 97-29, U.S. Department of the Interior Geological Survey, 12 p., Tanaka, K.L., J.M. Dohm, R.L. Kirk, K.T. Nock, M.K. Heun, R. Greeley, J.E. Blamont, and R.A. Craddock.
  258. 1998, Evidence for a subsurface ocean on Europa, Nature, 391, 363-365, Carr, M.H., M.J.S. Belton, C.R. Chapman, M.E. Davies, P. Geissler, R. Greenberg, A.S. McEwen, B.R. Tufts, R. Greeley, R. Sullivan, J.W. Head, R.T. Pappalardo, K.P. Klaasen, T.V. Johnson, J. Kaufman, D. Senske, J. Moore, G. Neukum, G. Schubert, J.A. Burns, P. Thomas, and J. Veverka.
  259. 1998, Evidence for non-synchronous rotation of Europa, Nature, 391, 368-370, Geissler, P.E., R. Greenberg, G. Hoppa, P. Helfenstein, A. McEwen, R. Pappalardo, R. Tufts, M. Ockert-Bell, R. Sullivan, R. Greeley, M.J.S. Belton, T. Denk, B. Clark, J. Burns, J. Veverka, and the Galileo Imaging Team.
  260. 1998, Episodic plate separation and fracture infill on the surface of Europa, Nature, 391, 371-373, Sullivan, R., R. Greeley, K. Homan, J. Klemaszewski, M.J.S. Belton, M.H. Carr, C.R. Chapman, R. Tufts, J.W. Head, R. Pappalardo, J. Moore, and P. Thomas.
  261. 1998, Geological evidence for solid-state convection in Europa’s ice shell, Nature, 391, 365-368, Pappalardo, R.T., J.W. Head, R. Greeley, R.J. Sullivan, C. Pilcher, G. Schubert, W. Moore, M.H. Carr, J.M. Moore, M.J.S. Belton, and D.L. Goldsby.
  262. 1998, Duration of the Ma’adim Vallis/Gusev Crater hydrogeologic system, Mars, Icarus, 133, 98-108, Cabrol, N.A., E.A. Grin, R. Landheim, R.O. Kuzmin, and R. Greeley.
  263. 1998, Europa:  Initial Galileo geological observations, Icarus, 135, 4-24, Greeley, R., R. Sullivan, J. Klemaszewski, K. Homan, J.W. Head III, R.T. Pappalardo, J. Veverka, B.E. Clark, T.V. Johnson, K.P. Klaasen, M. Belton, J. Moore, E. Asphaug, M.H. Carr, G. Neukum, T. Denk, C.R. Chapman, C.B. Pilcher, P.E. Geissler, R. Greenberg, and R. Tufts.
  264. 1998, Terrestrial sea ice morphology:  Considerations for Europa, Icarus, 135, 25-40, Greeley, R., R. Sullivan, M.D. Coon, P.E. Geissler, B.R. Tufts, J.W. Head III, R.T. Pappalardo, and J.M. Moore.
  265. 1998, Galileo observations of Europa’s opposition effect, Icarus, 135, 41-63, Helfenstein, P., N. Currier, B.E. Clark, J. Veverka, M. Bell, R. Sullivan, R. Greeley, R.T. Pappalardo, J.W. Head III, T. Jones, K. Klaasen, K. Magee, P. Geissler, R. Greenberg, A. McEwen, C. Phillips, T. Colvin, M. Davies, T. Denk, G. Neukum, and M.J.S. Belton.
  266. 1998, Tectonic processes on Europa:  Tidal stresses, mechanical response, and visible features, Icarus, 135, 64-78, Greenberg, R., P. Geissler, G. Hoppa, B.R. Tufts, D.D. Durda, R. Pappalardo, J.W. Head, R. Greeley, R. Sullivan, and M.H. Carr.
  267. 1998, Multispectral terrain analysis of Europa from Galileo images, Icarus, 135, 95-106, Clark, B.E., P. Helfenstein, J. Veverka, M. Ockert-Bell, R.J. Sullivan, P.E. Geissler, C.B. Phillips, A.S. McEwen, R. Greeley, G. Neukum, T. Denk, K. Klaasen, and the Galileo SSI Team.
  268. 1998, Evolution of lineaments on Europa:  Clues from Galileo multispectral imaging observations, Icarus, 135, 107-126, Geissler, P.E., R. Greenberg, G. Hoppa, A. McEwen, R. Tufts, C. Phillips, B. Clark, M. Ockert-Bell, P. Helfenstein, J. Burns, J. Veverka, R. Sullivan, R. Greeley, R.T. Pappalardo, J.W. Head III, M.J.S. Belton, and T. Denk.
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  270. 1998, Grooved terrain on Ganymede:  First results from Galileo high-resolution imaging, Icarus, 135, 276-302, Pappalardo, R.T., J.W. Head, G.C. Collins, R.L. Kirk, G. Neukum, J. Oberst, B. Giese, R. Greeley, C.R. Chapman, P. Helfenstein, J.M. Moore, A. McEwen, B.R. Tufts, D.A. Senske, H.H. Breneman, and K. Klaasen.
  271. 1998, Dark terrain on Ganymede:  Geological mapping and interpretation of Galileo regio at high resolution, Icarus, 135, 317-344, Prockter, L.M., J.W. Head, R.T. Pappalardo, D.A. Senske, G. Neukum, R. Wagner, U. Wolf, J. Oberst, B. Giese, J.M. Moore, C.R. Chapman, P. Helfenstein, R. Greeley, H.H. Breneman, and M.J.S. Belton.
  272. 1998, Estimates of ice thickness in the Conamara Chaos region of Europa, Geophys. Res. Ltrs., 25, 4273-4276, Williams, K.K. and R. Greeley.
  273. 1998, Geologic map of part of Tyrrhena Patera region of Mars (MTM Quadrangle –20252), U.S. Geol. Surv. I-2556, Gregg, T.K.P., D.A. Crown, and R. Greeley.
  274. 1998, The exploration of near-Earth objects, Space Studies Board, National Research Council, National Academy Press, 32 pp., Greeley, R. (chair), et al.
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  277. 1998, Exploring the trans-Neptunian Solar System, Space Studies Board, National Research Council, National Academy Press, 48 pp., Greeley, R. (chair), et al.
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  280. 1999, Geology of Xanthe Terra outflow channels and the Mars Pathfinder landing site, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 8653-8669, Nelson, D.M. and R. Greeley.
  281. 1999, Overview of Mars Pathfinder mission:  Launch through landing, surface operations, data sets, and science results, J. Geophys. Res. 104, 8523-8553, Golombek, M.P., R.C. Anderson, J.R. Barnes, J.F. Bell III, N.T. Bridges, D.T. Britt, J. Brückner, R.A. Cook, D. Crisp, J. Crisp, T. Economou, W.M. Folkner, R. Greeley, R.M. Haberle, R.B. Hargraves, J.A. Harris, A.F.C. Haldemann, K.E. Herkenhoff, S.F. Hviid, R. Jaumann, J.R. Johnson, P.H. Kallemeyn, H.U. Keller, R.L. Kirk, J.M. Knudsen, S. Larsen, M. Lemmon, M.B. Madsen, J.A. Magalhaes, J.N. Maki, M.C. Malin, R.M. Manning, J. Matijevic, H.Y. McSween Jr., H.J. Moore, S.L. Murchie, J.R. Murphy, T.J. Parker, R. Rieder, T.P. Rivellini, J.T. Schofield, A. Seiff, R. Singer, P.H. Smith, L.A. Soderblom, D.A. Spencer, C.Stoker, R. Sullivan, N. Thomas, S.W. Thurman, M.G. Tomasko, R.M. Vaughan, H. Wänke, W.Ward, and G. Wilson.
  282. 1999, Ventifacts at the Pathfinder landing site, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 8595-8615, Bridges, N.T., R. Greeley, A.F.C. Haldemann, K.E. Herkenhoff, M. Kraft, T.J. Parker, and A.W. Ward.
  283. 1999, General geology and geomorphology of the Mars Pathfinder landing site, J. Geophys. Res. Planets, Mars Pathfinder special issue, 104, 8555-8571, Ward, A.W., L.R. Gaddis, R.L. Kirk, L.A. Soderblom, K.L. Tanaka, M.P. Golombek, T.J. Parker, R. Greeley, and R.O. Kuzmin.
  284. 1999, Martian Fluvial-thermal erosion: laboratory simulation, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 14,091-14,098, Coustard, F., J. Aguirre-Puente, R. Greeley, and N. Makhloufi.
  285. 1999, Galileo’s multiinstrument spectral view of Europa’s surface composition, Icarus, 139, 179-188, Fanale, F.P., J.C. Granahan, T.B. McCord, G. Hansen, C.A. Hibbitts, R. Carlson, D. Matson, A. Ocampo, L. Kamp, W. Smythe, F. Leader, R. Mehlman, R. Greeley, R. Sullivan, P. Geissler, C. Barth, A. Hendrix, B.E. Clark, P. Helfenstein, J. Veverka, M.J.S. Belton, K. Becker, T. Becker, and the Galileo NIMS, SSI, UVS Instrument Teams.
  286. 1999, Assessing the Martian Surface distribution of aeolian sand using a Mars general circulation model, J. Geophys. Res., 104, 18,991-19,002, Anderson, F.S., R. Greeley, P. Xu, E. Lo, D.G. Blumberg, R.M. Haberle, and J.R. Murphy.
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  289. 1999, A scientific rationale for mobility in planetary environments, Space Studies Board, National Research Council, National Academy Press, pp. 56, Greeley, R. et al.
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  292. 1999, Venus Aerobot multisonde mission, AIAA Balloon Tech. Conf., 1-10, Cutts, J.A., V. Kerzhanovich, J. Balaram, B. Campbell, R. Gershman, R. Greeley, J.L. Hall, J. Cameron, K. Klaasen, and D.M. Hansen.
  293. 1999, Geologic Studies in Support of Manned Martian Exploration, Second Annual HEDS-UP Forum, LPI Contribution No. 979, pp. 17-33, P. Frix, K. McCloskey, L.D.V. Neakrase, and R. Greeley.
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  298. 2000, Galileo at Io: Results from high-resolution imaging, Science, 288, 1193-1198, McEwen, A.S., M.J.S. Belton, H.H. Breneman, S.A. Fagents, P. Geissler, R. Greeley, J.W. Head, G. Hoppa, W.L. Jaeger, T.V. Johnson, L. Keszthelyi, K.P. Klaasen, R. Lopes-Gautier, K.P. Magee, M.P. Milazzo, J.M. Moore, R.T. Pappalardo, C.B. Phillips, J. Radebaugh, G. Schubert, P. Schuster, D.P. Simonelli, R. Sullivan, P.C. Thomas, E.P. Turtle, and D.A. Williams.
  299. 2000, Rock coatings and aeolian abrasion on Mars: Application to the Pathfinder landing site, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 15,107-15,116, Kraft, M.D. and R. Greeley.
  300. 2000, Volcanism on the Red Planet: Mars, in Environmental Effects on Volcanic Eruptions: from Deep Oceans to Deep Space, edited by J.R. Zimbelman and T.K.P. Gregg, pp. 75-112, Kluwer Academic/Plenum Publ., New York, Greeley, R., N.T. Bridges, D.A. Crown, L.S. Crumpler, S.A. Fagents, P.J. Mouginis-Mark, and J.R. Zimbleman.
  301. 2000, Geologic map of the Carson Quadrangle (V-43), Venus, U.S. Geological Survey Map I-2620, Bender, K.C., D.A. Senske, and R. Greeley.
  302. 2000, A reassessment of the emplacement and erosional potential of turbulent, low-viscosity lavas on the moon, J. Geophys. Res., Planets, 105, 20,189-20,205, Williams, D.A., S.A. Fagents, and R. Greeley.
  303. 2000, Large mass movements on Callisto, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 20,227-20,244, Chuang, F.C. and R. Greeley.
  304. 2000, Galileo views of the geology of Callisto, Planetary and Space Sci., 48, 829-853, Greeley, R. J.E. Klemaszewski, R. Wagner, and the Galileo Imaging Team.
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  308. 2000, Geologic mapping of the northern leading hemisphere of Europa from Galileo solid-state imaging data, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 22,629-22,646, Figueredo, P. and R. Greeley.
  309. 2000, Geological history of the Tyre Region of Europa:  A regional perspective on Europan surface features and ice thickness, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 22,657-22,669, Kadel, S.D., F.C. Chuang, R. Greeley, J.M. Moore, and the Galileo SSI Team.
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  312. 2000, Geological map of the MTM-15182 and -15187 Quadrangles, Gusev Crater-Ma’adim Vallis region, Mars, U.S. Geol. Surv., Misc. Invest. Map I-2666, Kuzmin, R.O., R. Greeley, R. Landheim, N.A. Cabrol, and J.D. Farmer.
  313. 2000, Windblown dust on Mars: Laboratory simulations of flux as a function of surface roughness, Planet. Space Sci., 48, 1349-1355, Greeley, R., G. Wilson, R. Coquilla, B. White, and R. Haberle.
  314. 2001, Geology of Lofn crater, Callisto, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 3261-3273, Greeley, R., S. Heiner, J.E. Klemaszewski, and the Galileo SSI Team.
  315. 2001, Factors influencing lava-substrate heat transfer and implications for thermomechanical erosion, Bull. Volcanol., 62, 519-532, Fagents, S.A. and R. Greeley.
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  317. 2001, Wind related modification of some small impact craters on Mars, Icarus, 153, 61-70, Kuzmin, R.O., R. Greeley, S.C.R. Rafkin, and R.M. Haberle.
  318. 2001, Geomorphologic evidence for liquid water (Mars), Space Science Reviews, 96, 333-364, Masson, P., M.H. Carr, F. Costard, R. Greeley, E. Hauber, and R. Jaumann.
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  325. 2001, Icelandic pseudocraters as analogs to some volcanic cones on Mars, J. Geophys. Res. – Planets, 106, 20,527-20,546, Greeley, R. and S.A. Fagents.
  326. 2001, Radar attenuation by sand: laboratory measurements of radar transmission, IEEE, Trans. Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 39, 2521-2526, Williams, K.K. and R. Greeley.
  327. 2001, The icy crust of the Jupiter moon, Europa, Proc., Scaling Laws in Ice Mechanics and Ice Dynamics, International Union of Theoretical and Applied Mechanics Symposium Fairbanks, Dempsey, J.P. and H.H. Shen (eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, p. 1-12, Greeley, R.
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  330. 2001, Scientific goals, objectives, investigations, and priorities, in Science Planning for Exploring Mars, JPL Publ. 01-7, p. 9-38, Greeley, R.
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  334. 2002, Space shuttle observations of terrestrial impact structures using SIR-C and X-SAR radars, Meteor. Planet. Sci., 37, 407-420, McHone, J., R. Greeley, K.K. Williams, D.G. Blumberg, and R.O. Kuzmin.
  335. 2002, En echelon ridge and trough structures on Europa, Geophys. Res. Lett., 29 (10), 10.1029/2002GL014956, Michalski, J.R. and R. Greeley.
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  343. 2003, VEVA Discovery mission to Venus: exploration of volcanoes and atmosphere, Acta Astronautica, 52, 151-158, Klaasen, K.P. and R. Greeley.
  344. 2003, Science from a Mars Airplane: the aerial regional-scale environmental survey (ARES) of Mars, AIAA, 2003-6576, 1-9, Levine, J.S., J.E.P. Connerney, J.W. Head III, B.M. Jakosky, C. Sotin, D.L. Blaney, R. Greeley, J.H. Hoffman, C.P. McKay, and M.E. Summers.
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  350. 2003, Eos Chasma, Mars: site for astrobiology, J. Geophys. Res., 108, doi:10.1029/2002JE002014, Greeley, R., R.O. Kuzmin, D. Nelson, and J. Farmer.
  351. 2003, Locating potential biosignatures on Europa from surface geology observations, Astrobiology, 3, 851-861, Figueredo, P.H., R. Greeley, S. Neuer, L. Irwin, and D. Schulze-Makuch.
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  375. 2005, Discovery of a flank caldera and very young glacial activity at Hecates Tholusu, Mars, Nature, 434, 356-361, Hauber, E., S. van Gasselt, B. Ivanov, S. Werner, J.W. Head, G. Neukum, R. Jaumann, R. Greeley, K.L. Mitchell, P. Muller, and the HRSC Co-Investigator Team.
  376. 2005, Sea-surface wave growth under extraterrestrial atmospheres: preliminary wind tunnel experiments with application to Mars and Titan, Icarus, 175, 556-560, Lorenz, R.D., E.R. Kraal, E.E. Eddlemon, J. Chaney, and R. Greeley.
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  391. 2006, Overview of the Spirit Mars Exploration Rover Mission to Gusev Crater: landing site to Backstay Rock in the Columbia Hills, J. Geophys. Res., 111, doi:10.1029/2005JE002499, Arvidson, R. E., S.W. Squyres, R.C. Anderson, J.F. Bell III, D. Blaney, J. Brückner, N.A. Cabrol, W.M. Calvin, M.H. Carr, P.R. Christensen, B.C. Clark, L. Crumpler, D.J. Des Marais, P.A. de Souza Jr., C. d’Uston, T. Economou, J. Farmer, W.H. Farrand, W. Folkner, M. Golombek, S. Gorevan, J.A. Grant, R.  Greeley, J. Grotzinger, E. Guinness, B.C. Hahn, L. Haskin, K.E. Herkenhoff, J.A. Hurowitz, S. Hviid, J.R. Johnson, G. Klingelhöfer, A.H. Knoll, G. Landis, C. Leff, M. Lemmon, R. Li, M. B. Madsen, M.C. Malin, S.M. McLennan, H.Y. McSween, D.W. Ming, J. Moersch, R.V. Morris, T. Parker, J.W. Rice Jr., L. Richter, R. Rieder, D.S. Rodionov, C. Schröder, M. Sims, M. Smith, P. Smith, L.A. Soderblom, R. Sullivan, S.D. Thompson, N.J. Tosca, A. Wang, H. Wänke, J. Ward, T. Wdowiak, M.Wolff, and A. Yen.
  392. 2006, Monitoring active volcanism with the Autonomous Sciencecraft Experiment on EO-1, Rem. Sens. Environ., 101, 427-446, Davies, A.G, S. Chien, V. Baker, T. Doggett, J. Dohm, R. Greeley, F. Ip, R. Castano, B. Cichy, G. Rabideau, D. Tran, and R. Sherwood.
  393. 2006, Autonomous detection of cryospheric change with hyperion on-board Earth Observing-1, Rem. Sens. Environ., 101, 447-462, Doggett, T., R. Greeley, S. Chien, R. Castano, B. Cichy, A.G. Davies, G. Rabideau, R. Sherwood, D. Tran, V. Baker, J. Dohm, and F. Ip.
  394. 2006, Flood detection and monitoring with the Autonomous Sciencraft Experiment onboard EO-1, Rem. Sens. Environ., 101, 463-481, Ip, F., J.M. Dohm, V.R. Baker, T. Doggett, A.G. Davies, R. Castano, S. Chien, B. Cichy, R. Greeley, R. Sherwood, D. Tran, and G. Rabideau.
  395. 2006, Dust devils on Mars observed by the High Resolution Stereo Camera, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, doi:10.1029/2006GL025816, Stanzel, C., M. Pätzold, R. Greeley, E Hauber, and G. Neukum.
  396. 2006, Latitudinal dependency in dust devil activity on Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 111, doi:10.1029/2006JE002677, Whelley, P.L. and R. Greeley.
  397. 2006, Dust flux within dust devils: Preliminary laboratory simulations, Geophys. Res. Lett., 33, doi:10.1029/2006GL026810, Neakrase L.D.V., R. Greeley, J.D. Iversen, M.R. Balme and E.E. Eddlemon.
  398. 2006, Active dust devils in Gusev crater, Mars: Observations from the Mars Exploration Rover, Spirit, J. Geophys. Res., 111, E12S09, doi:10.1029/2006JE002743, Greeley, R., P.L. Whelley, R.E. Arvidson, N.A. Cabrol, D.J. Foley, B.J. Franklin, P.G. Geissler, M.P. Golombek, R.O. Kuzmin, G.A. Landis, M.T. Lemmon, L.D.V. Neakrase1, S.W. Squyres, and S.D. Thompson.
  399. 2006, Role of dust devils and orbital precession in closing the Martian dust cycle, Haberle, R., M. Kahre, J.R. Murphy, P.R. Christensen, and R. Greeley.
  400. 2006, Dust devils on Earth and Mars, Rev. Geophys., 44, RG3003, doi:10.1029/2005RG000188, Balme, R. and R. Greeley.
  401. 2006, Erosion rates at the Mars Exploration Rover landing sites and long-term climate change on Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 111, E12S10, doi:10.1029/2006JE002754, Golombek, M.P., J.A. Grant, L.S. Crumpler, R. Greeley, R.E. Arvidson, J.F. Bell III, C.M. Weitz, R. Sullivan, P.R. Christensen, L.A. Soderblom, and S.W. Squyres.
  402. 2006, Overview of the Opportunity Mars Exploration Rover mission to Meridiani Planum: Eagle Crater to Purgatory Ripple, J. Geophys. Res., 111, E12, doi:10.1029/2006JE002771, Squyres, S.W., R.E. Arvidson, D. Bollen, J.F. Bell III, J. Brückner, N.A. Cabrol, W.M. Calvin, M.H. Carr, P.R. Christensen, B.C. Clark, L. Crumpler, D.J. Des Marais, C. d’Uston, T. Economou, J. Farmer, W.H. Farrand, W. Folkner, R. Gellert, T.D. Glotch, M. Golombek, S. Gorevan, J.A. Grant, R. Greeley, J. Grotzinger, K.E. Herkenhoff, S. Hviid, J.R. Johnson, G. Klingelhöfer, A.H. Knoll, G. Landis, M. Lemmon, R. Li, M.B. Madsen, M.C. Malin, S.M. McLennan, H.Y. McSween, D.W. Ming, J. Moersch, R.V. Morris, T. Parker, J.W. Rice, Jr., L. Richter, R. Rieder, C. Schröder, M. Sims, M. Smith, P. Smith, L.A. Soderblom, R. Sullivan, N.J. Tosca, H. Wänke, T. Wdowiak, M. Wolff, and A. Yen.
  403. 2007, Olympus Mons, Mars: inferred changes in late Amazonian aged effusive activity from lava flow mapping of Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera data, J. Geophys. Res., 112, E04003, doi:10.1029/2006JE002826, Bleacher, J.E., R. Greeley, D.A. Williams, S.C. Werner, E. Hauber, and G. Neukum.
  404. 2007, A description of surface features in north Tyrrhena Terra, Mars: evidence for extension and lava flooding, Icarus, 191, 524-544, doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2007.05.009, Capraelli, G., M. Pondrelli, S. Di Lorenzo, L. Marinageli, G. G. Ori, R. Greeley, and G. Neukum.
  405. 2007, Trends in effusive style at the Tharsis Montes, Mars, and implications for the development of the Tharsis province, J. Geophys. Res., 112, E09005, doi:10.1029/2006JE002873, Bleacher, J.E., R. Greeley, D.A. Williams, S.R. Cave, and G. Neukum.
  406. 2007, Geologic map of MTM -30262 and -30267 Quadrangles, Hadriaca Patera Region of Mars, U.S. Geol. Survey Map SIM 2936, Crown, D.A. and R. Greeley.
  407. 2007, Hadriaca Patera: insights into its volcanic history from Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera, J. Geophys. Res., 112, E10004, doi:10.1029/2007JE002924, Williams, D.A., R. Greeley, W. Zuschnneid, S.C. Werner, G. Neukum, D.A. Crown, T.K.P. Gregg, K. Gwinner, and J. Raitala.
  408. 2007, Surface roughness and geological mapping at subhectometer scale from the High Resolution Stereo Camera onboard Mars Express, Icarus, 191, 38-51, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2007.04.029, Cord, A., D. Baratoux, N. Mangold, P. Martin, P. Pinet, R. Greeley, F. Costard, P. Masson, B. Foing, and G. Neukum.
  409. 2007, Europa Explorer Mission Study: final report, Task Order #NMO710851, JPL D-38502, August 29, 2007, 452 pp., Clark, K.B., R. Greeley, and R.T. Pappalardo.
  410. 2007, Kissing Mars rocks with the Rover’s rats: an educational exercise to understand drilling rocks on Mars, Earth Scientist, XXVI (4), 13-19, Williams, D.A., J.E. Bleacher, V.A. Zabala, A.A. Zabala, P.L. Whelley, S.R. Cave, and R. Greeley.
  411. 2008, Columbia Hills, Mars: aeolian features seen from the ground and orbit, J. Geophys. Res., 113, E06S06,doi:10.1029/2007JE002971,Greeley, R., P. L. Whelley, L. D. V. Neakrase, R. E. Arvidson, N. T. Bridges, N. A. Cabrol, P. R. Christensen, K. Di, D. J. Foley, M. P. Golombek, K. Herkenhoff, A. Knudson, R. O. Kuzmin, R. Li, T. Michaels, S. W. Squyres, R. Sullivan, and S. D. Thompson.
  412. 2008, The distribution of dust devil activity on Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 113, E07002, doi:10.1029/2007JE002966, Whelley, P.L., and R. Greeley.
  413. 2008, Mars Exploration Rover Pancam multispectral imaging of rocks, soils, and dust at Gusev crater and Meridiani Planum, in The Martian Surface: Composition, Mineralogy, and Physical Properties, Bell, J. (Ed.), Cambridge Univ. Press, pp. 281-315, Bell, J.F., W.M. Calvin, W.H. Farrand, R. Greeley, J.R. Johnson, B. Jolliff, R.V. Morris, R.J. Sullivan, S. Thompson, A. Wang, C. Weitz, and S.W. Squyres.
  414. 2008, Soil sedimentology at Gusev Crater from Columbia Memorial Station to Winter Haven, J. Geophys. Res., 113, E06S05,doi:10.1029/2007JE002953, Cabrol, N.A., K.E. Herkenhoff, R. Greeley, E.A. Grin, C. Schroder, C. d’Uston, C. Weitz, R.A. Yingst, B.A. Cohen, J. Moore, A. Knudson, B. Franklin, R.C. Anderson, and R. Li.
  415. 2008, Wind-driven particle mobility on Mars: insights from Mars Exploration Rover observations at “El Dorado” and surroundings at Gusev Crater, J. Geophys. Res., 113, E06S07, doi:10.1029/2008JE003101, Sullivan, R., R. Arvidson, J.F. Bell III, R. Gellert, M. Golombek, R. Greeley, K. Herkenhoff, J. Johnson, S. Thompson, P. Whelley, and J. Wray.
  416. 2008, Rock abrasion features in the Columbia Hills, Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 113, E08010, doi:10.1029/2007JE003018, Thomson, B.J., N.T. Bridges, and R. Greeley.
  417. 2008, Dust devil speeds, directions of motion and general characteristics observed by the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera, Icarus, 197, 39-51, Stanzel, C., M. Patzold, D.A. Williams, P.L. Whelley, R. Greeley, G. Neukum, and the HRSC C o-Investigator Team.
  418. 2008, Geologic mapping of the Zal region of Io, Icarus, 197, 354-367, Bunte, M., D.A. Williams, and R. Greeley.
  419. 2008, Relating volcano morphometry to the developmental progression of Hawaiian shield volcanoes through slope and hypsometric analyses of SRTM data, J. Geophys. Res., 113, B09208, doi:10.1029/2006JB004661, Bleacher, J.E. and R. Greeley.
  420. 2008, Tyrrhena Patera: Geologic history derived from Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera, J. Geophys. Res., 113, E11005, doi:10.1029/2008JE003104, Williams D.A., R. Greeley, S.C. Werner, G. Michael, D.A. Crown, G. Neukum, and J. Raitala.
  421. The Circum-Hellas volcanic province, Mars: Overview, Planet Space Sci., (in press), Williams, D.A., R. Greeley, R.L. Fergason, R. Kuzmin, T.B. McCord, J.-P. Combe, J.W. Head III, L. Xiao, L. Manfredi, F. Poulet, P. Pinet, D. Baratoux, J.J. Plaut, J. Raitala, G. Neukum, and the HRSC Co-Investigator Team.
  422. Episodes of floods in Mangala Valles, Mars, from the analysis of HRSC MOC and THEMIS images, Planetary Space Sci., (in press), Basilevsky, A.T., G. Neukum, S.C. Werner, A. Dumke, S. van Gasselt, T. Kneissl, W. Zuschneid, D. Rommel, L. Wendt, M. Chapman, J.W. Head, and R. Greeley.
  423. 2009, Mars sands: estimated maximum transport distances (submitted), Greeley, R. and M.D. Kraft, J. Geophys. Res.
  424. 2009, The Exploration of Europa, in Europa, Pappalarodo, R.T., W.B. McKinnon, and K. Khurana (Eds.), Univ. of Arizona Press, pp. _______, Alexander, C., G. Consolmagno, R. Greeley and D. Morrison (in press).
  425. 2009, Future Exploration of Europa, in Europa, Pappalarodo, R.T., W.B. McKinnon, and K. Khurana (Eds.), Univ. of Arizona Press, pp. _______, Greeley, R., R.T. Pappalardo, L. Prockter, and A. Hendrix (in press).
  426. 2009, Global Stratigraphy and Geologic Evolution of Europa, in Europa, Pappalarodo, R.T., W.B. McKinnon, and K. Khurana (Eds.), Univ. of Arizona Press, pp. _______, Doggett, T., R. Greeley, P. Figueredo, and K. Tanaka (in press).



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