Patrick L Whelley

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Patrick L Whelley

  • 301.614.5129
  • NASA/GSFC
  • Mail Code: 698
  • Greenbelt , MD 20771
  • Employer: UNIV OF MARYLAND COLLEGE PARK
  • Brief Bio

    Dr. Patrick Whelley is a geologist who studies volcanic and aeolian processes and products on terrestrial planets. His work uses a combination of remote sensing and in-situ observations. He has a BS and MS from Arizona State University and a PhD from the University at Buffalo, SUNY and currently works a research scientist with the University of Maryland on a co-operative agreement at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. In the field, he collects high-resolution topographic data using a terrestrial laser scanner. The data inform volcanic mapping and provide ground-truth for remote sensing measurements. Patrick uses remote sensing data to characterize explosive volcanic stratigraphy on Mars. His work has implications for volcano hazard mapping, on Earth, and for interpreting volcanic histories of the terrestrial planets.

    Research Interests

    Physical volcanology

     Studying how volcanoes emplace lava and pyroclastic flows

    LiDAR topography

     Using Light Detection and Rainging to measure topography

    Aeolian geology

    Studying the wind and the landforms it produces

    Current Projects

    Arabia Terra Layered Deposit Stratigraphy and Distribution: Evidence for Early Martian Explosive Volcanism?

    A Mars Data Analysis Program Funded Investigation of layered deposits in Arabia Terra. Our team is testing the hypothesis that supereruptions produced colossal blankets of ash on ancient Mars in Arabia Terra.

    VIDEO (VolcanIc Deposit Evolution and Origins) GIFT Planetary Analog Field Expedition to Holuhraun, Iceland

    A field investigation of lava flows, pyroclastic deposits and buried ice in the Icelandic Highlands

    Modeling Volcanic Climate Disruptions with GEOS-5: Implications for Terrestrial Planet Habitability

    A study of large volume igneous provinces on Earth and their sulfur emissions and the extremes of habitability.

    Observing Signatures of Volcanism on Hot Rocky Worlds

    Understanding the constraints of volcanism on exoplanets.

    Remote, In Situ, and Synchrotron Studies for Science and Exploration

    Using pyroclastic deposits to understand explosive eruption dynamics.

    Geophysical Exploration of the Dynamics and Evolution of the Solar System (GEODES)

    Conducting field expeditions to perform geophysics in volcanic lunar analog sites.

    Positions/Employment

    4/2019 - Present

    Assistant Research Scientist

    University of Maryland, College Park, College Park Maryland

    Dr. Patrick Whelley studies volcanic deposit morphology with LiDAR remote sensing.

    4/2017 - 2019

    Visiting Assistant Research Scientist

    University of Maryland, College Park, College Park Maryland

    Dr. Patrick Whelley studies volcanic deposit morphology with LiDAR remote sensing.

    4/2016 - 4/2017

    Scientist

    USRA, Goddard Space Flight Center

    Study volcanic deposits and ways to differenti them from eachother

    Develop a LiDAR instrument for rovers and landers

    Collaborate with planetery and earth scietests studying volcanoes of many kinds

    4/2014 - 4/2016

    NPP Research Fellow

    Oak Ridge Associated Universities, Oak Ridge, TN

     NASA Post-Doctoral Program Fellowship, Project: Lava Flow Morphology in the Solar System

    3/2012 - 3/2014

    Research Fellow

    The Earth Observatory of Singapore, Nanyang Technological University, Singapore  Volcanic hazards: remote sensing investigation of 300 volcanoes in Southeast Asia to assess potential hazards. Study on Likelihood of Prolonged Period of Volcanic Ash Coverage over Singapore and the Singapore Flight Information Region.

    Teaching Experience

     Theory and Applications of LiDAR Topographic Mapping, (Fall-2011) University at Buffalo
    • Team-taught with Drs. B. Csatho & T. Schenk
    • Graduate level remote sensing course
    • Lectured on LiDAR processing for geological applications
    Geology Field Camp, (Summer 2008 -2011) University at Buffalo, American West (Colorado, Utah, and Wyoming)
    • Head Teaching Assistant, Summer 2010 & 2011, Supervisor: Dr. M. Bursik
    • Teaching Assistant, Summer 2009, Logistics Assistant Summer 2008
    • Supervised graduate student teaching staff
    • Daily field excursions, geologic mapping and field methods
    Space Exploration Topics: Planetary Geology, (Fall 2009) University at Buffalo
    • Team-taught with Drs. J. Crassidis & J. Zirnheld
    • Lectures to engineering undergraduates regarding geological surfaces processes in the solar system
    Structural Geology, (Fall 2008 & 2011) University at Buffalo
    • Teaching Assistant, Supervisor: Dr. J. Cortes
    • Weekly laboratory exercises focused on observing analyzing and interpreting structural features
    Advanced Hydrogeology, (Spring 2008) University at Buffalo
    • Teaching Assistant, Supervisor: Dr. J. Becker
    • Weekly laboratory exercises on computer modeling of hydrologic systems
    Environmental Geology Laboratory, (Fall 2007) University at Buffalo
    • Teaching Assistant, Supervisor: Dr. J. Briner
    • Weekly laboratory exercises on introductory geologic and environmental concepts
    Geology Field Camp, (Summer 2007) Arizona State University, Tonto National Forest, Payson Arizona
    • Teaching Assistant, Supervisor: Dr. T. Sharp
    • Daily field excursions, geologic mapping and field methods

    Education

    Ph.D. Geology (2012), University at Buffalo, State University of New York; Buffalo New York
    M.S. Geological Sciences (2007), Arizona State University; Tempe Arizona
    B.S. Geological Sciences (2005), Arizona State University; Tempe Arizona

    Professional Societies

    International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior, 2008 - Present
    Geological Society of America, 2007 - Present
    American Geophysical Union, 2003 - Present

    Professional Service

    Professional

    Honors and Awards

    2011 Pegrum Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Dept. of Geology, University at Buffalo

    2008-11 NASA Graduate Student Research Program Fellowship

    2008, 09 & 11 Pegrum Conference Travel Grant, Department of Geology, University at Buffalo

    2008 “Best Poster”, Natural Disasters in Small Communities, How can we help? Buffalo, NY

    2008-9 Pegrum Graduate Fellowship, University at Buffalo, Department of Geology

    Service

    2020 - Present, Board Member, Vermont River Conservancy

    2020 - Washington Central Unified Union School District Superintendent of Schools Hiring Committee Member

    2019 - Present, Past-President International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior (IAVCEI)’s Commission on Statistics in Volcanology

    2017- 2019, Group Leader: Planetary Geology, Geodesy & Geophysics; Planetary Environments Group, NASA Goddard Cooperative Agreement CRESST II

    2015- 2019, President: International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior (IAVCEI)’s Commission on Statistics in Volcanology

    2014- present, NASA research proposal review panel member (multiple programs)

    2014-15 Workshop coordinator IAVCEI Commission on Statistics in volcanology

    2013 Presenter: VEI probabilities in South East Asia, 6th International Workshop On Volcanic Ash, World Meteorological Organization, Citeko, Bogor, Indonesia

    2011 Student research judge: Lunar and Planetary Society Science Conference Dwornik Award

    2011 President: Graduate Geology Student Association, University at Buffalo

    2011 Reviewer: Mark Diamond Fund, Graduate Student Association, SUNY at Buffalo

    2010 Graduate student rapporteur: National Academy’s Planetary Science Decadal Survey

    2009-10 Graduate Liaison to the Faculty: University at Buffalo

    2007-08 Vice President: Graduate Geology Student Association, University at Buffalo

    Reviewing Activities for Journals

    Geophysical Research Letters, Journal of Geophysical Research, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Journal of Arid Environments, Icarus, Journal of Applied Volcanology, Geosphere, International Space Science Reviews, Astrobiology, PLOS ONE

    Editorships

    2017 Pattern to Process: Remotely Sensed Observations of Volcanic Deposits and Their Implications for Surface Processes, Special Issue of: Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research

    Organizations

    2008- present, International Association of Volcanology and Chemistry of the Earth’s Interior

    2007- present, Geological Society of America

    2003- present, American Geophysical Union

    Teaching and Mentoring Experience

    Graduate Advisory Committee

    2017 A Quantitative Analysis of the Fretted Terrain Valleys, Arabia Terra, Mars, Kelsey Masson University of Texas El Paso Department of Geological Sciences, Masters Thesis

    Intern Supervisor

    2018 Graduate Intern, NASA STEM Academic Research Experience internship at GSFC, Ultra-High Resolution Topographic Studies of Kilbourne Hole Maar, New Mexico

    2016 Graduate Interns (x2), NASA STEM Academic Research Experience internship at GSFC, Volcanic Morphology on Mars: Arabia Terra

    2009-2010 Undergraduate intern, University at Buffalo, Volcanic Deposit Morphology Studies

    2004-2007 Undergraduate interns (x6), Arizona State University, Mars Exploration Rover Data Analysis for Aeolian Features

    Public Outreach

    2016 Presenter: NASA’s Earth Day celebration at Union Station, Washington, DC

    2015-2018 Volunteer: Planet Walk, Friends of the Baltimore-Annapolis Trail, DC area.

    2014 & 2018 Volunteer: International Observe The Moon night, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD

    2011 Workshop organizer & presenter for Earth Science teachers: Plate Tectonics, Buffalo, NY

    2010 Guest Geologist: BSA Cub Scout Geology Activity Badge: Ellicott City, MD

    Invited Talks

    2020 Explosive Volcanic Deposits on Earth and Mars: Locating Sources, Earth and Environmental Sciences Department Colloquium, University of Iowa, Iowa City IA

    2019 Lava Tube Interiors and Exploration in the Solar System, Department of Geology Seminar, University of Vermont, Burlington VT

    2018 Volcanoes of the Solar System, North Country High School, Glen Burnie MD

    2018 Exploring Lava Tubes, The Museum Alliance, NASA Educator Professional Development Webinar series, Virtual Talk

    2018 Explosive Volcanic Deposits: Earth and Mars, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center Science and Exploration Director’s Seminar, Greenbelt, MD

    2018 Hawaiian Eruption Update, NASA Goddard Space Flight Center, Greenbelt, MD

    2017 Using Roughness Patterns to Study Volcanic Deposit Textures in Remotely Sensed Topographic Data, IAVCEI General Assembly, Portland, OR, USA

    2014 Volcanoes of the Solar System, Howard Community College, Howard County, MD

    2013 Volcanic Ash: a Hazard for Aviation in Southeast Asia, AGU Fall Meeting, San Fran., CA

    2013 Volcanic Deposit Mapping Using Surface Roughness Textures, IAVCEI General Assembly, Kagoshima, Japan

    2013 Plate Tectonics: Near-Real-Time Monitoring of Plate Movements Using Regional GPS Networks, MATLAB & Simulink Day, Singapore

    2011 Wind as a geologic process on Mars, University at Buffalo, Buffalo, NY

    2008 The Mars Exploration Rovers: Moultonborough Central School, Moultonborough, NH

    2005 Exploration of the Solar System: Arizona State University, HST 412

     

    Awards

    Pegrum Outstanding Graduate Student Award, Dept. of Geology, University at Buffalo (2011)
    NASA Graduate Student Research Program Fellowship (2008 - 2011).
    Pegrum Conference Travel Grant, Department of Geology, University at Buffalo (2008, 09, &11)
    “Best Poster”, Natural Disasters in Small Communities, How can we help? Buffalo, NY (2008)
    Pegrum Graduate Fellowship, University at Buffalo, Department of Geology (2008 & 09)

    Selected Publications

    Refereed

    Esmaeili, S., S. Kruse, S. Jazayeri, et al. P. Whelley, E. Bell, J. Richardson, W. Garry, and K. Young. 2020. "Resolution of Lava Tubes with Ground Penetrating Radar: The TubeX project." Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, [10.1029/2019je006138]

    Young, K. E., J. E. Bleacher, A. D. Rogers, et al. H. H. Schmitt, A. C. McAdam, W. B. Garry, P. L. Whelley, S. P. Scheidt, G. Ito, C. A. Knudson, T. G. Graff, L. V. Bleacher, N. Whelley, C. A. Evans, J. M. Hurtado, and T. D. Glotch. 2018. "The Incorporation of Field Portable Instrumentation Into Human Planetary Surface Exploration." Earth and Space Science, 5: 24 [10.1029/2018ea000378]

    Whelley, P. L., W. B. Garry, C. W. Hamilton, and J. E. Bleacher. 2017. "LiDAR-derived surface roughness signatures of basaltic lava types at the Muliwai a Pele Lava Channel, Mauna Ulu, Hawai‘i." Bulletin of Volcanology, 79 (11): 75 [10.1007/s00445-017-1161-5]

    Murphy, J., K. Steakley, M. Balme, et al. G. Deprez, F. Esposito, H. Kahanpää, M. Lemmon, R. Lorenz, N. Murdoch, L. Neakrase, M. Patel, and P. Whelley. 2016. "Field Measurements of Terrestrial and Martian Dust Devils." Space Science Reviews, 203 (1-4): 39-87 [10.1007/s11214-016-0283-y]

    Klose, M., B. C. Jemmett-Smith, H. Kahanpää, et al. M. Kahre, P. Knippertz, M. T. Lemmon, S. R. Lewis, R. D. Lorenz, L. D. Neakrase, C. Newman, M. R. Patel, D. Reiss, A. Spiga, and P. L. Whelley. 2016. "Dust Devil Sediment Transport: From Lab to Field to Global Impact." Space Sci Rev, 203 (1-4): 377–426 [10.1007/s11214-016-0261-4]

    Paris, R., A. D. Switzer, M. Belousova, et al. A. Belousov, B. Ontowirjo, P. L. Whelley, and M. Ulvrova. 2014. "Volcanic tsunami: A review of source mechanisms, past events and hazards in Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Philippines, Papua New Guinea)." Natural Hazards, 70 (1): 447--470 [10.1007/s11069-013-0822-8]

    Whelley, P. L., L. S. Glaze, E. S. Calder, and D. J. Harding. 2014. "LiDAR-derived surface roughness mapping: Applications to Mount St. Helens Pumice Plain deposit analysis." IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing, 52 (1): 426-438 [10.1109/TGRS.2013.2241443]

    Whelley, P. L., J. Jay, E. S. Calder, et al. M. E. Pritchard, N. J. Cassidy, S. Alcaraz, and A. Pavez. 2012. "Post-depositional fracturing and subsidence of pumice flow deposits: Lascar Volcano, Chile." Bulletin of Volcanology, 74 (2): 511--531 [10.1007/s00445-011-0545-1]

    Greeley, R., P. L. Whelley, L. D. Neakrase, et al. 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. 2008. "Columbia Hills, Mars: Aeolian features seen from the ground and orbit." Journal of Geophysical Research E: Planets, 113 (6): 1--17 [10.1029/2007JE002971]

    Whelley, P. L., and R. Greeley. 2008. "The distribution of dust devil activity on Mars." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 113 (E07002): 12 [10.1029/2007JE002966]

    Williams, D. A., J. E. Bleacher, V. A. Zabala Aliberto, et al. A. A. Aliberto, P. L. Whelley, S. R. Cave, and R. Greeley. 2007. "Kissing the Mars rocks with the Rover's RATS: An educational exercise to understand drilling rocks on Mars." The Earth Scientist, 26: 13-19.

    Whelley, P. L., and R. Greeley. 2006. "Latitudinal dependency in dust devil activity on Mars." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 111 (E10003):

    Lemmon, M. T., M. J. Wolff, M. D. Smith, et al. R. T. Clancy, D. Banfield, G. A. Landis, A. Ghosh, P. H. Smith, N. Spanovich, B. Whitney, P. Whelley, R. Greeley, S. Thompson, J. F. Bell, and S. W. Squyres. 2004. "Atmospheric Imaging Results from the Mars Exploration Rovers: Spirit and Opportunity." Science, 306 (5702): 1753-1756 [10.1126/science.1104474]

    Greeley, R., S. W. Squyres, R. E. Arvidson, et al. P. Bartlett, J. F. Bell, D. Blaney, N. A. Cabrol, J. Farmer, B. Farrand, M. P. Golombek, S. D. Thompson, P. L. Whelley, and O.. 2004. "Wind-Related Processes Detected by the Spirit Rover at Gusev Crater, Mars." Science, 305 (5685): 810 [10.1126/science.1100108]

    Balme, M. R., P. L. Whelley, and R. Greeley. 2003. "Mars: Dust devil track survey in Argyre Planitia and Hellas Basin." Journal of Geophysical Research. E. Planets, 108 (E8): 5086 [10.1029/2003JE002096]

    Non-Refereed

    Richardson, J. A., N. L. Whelley, P. L. Whelley, et al. M. Milazzo, C. A. Knudson, R. Romo, and S. Kobs Nawotniak. 2020. "Building Safer and More Inclusive Field Experiences in Support of Planetary Science." 2023–2032 NAS Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey

    Henning, W., J. Renaud, P. Saxena, et al. P. Whelley, A. Mandell, S. Matsumura, L. Glaze, T. Hurford, T. Livengood, C. Hamilton, M. Efroimsky, V. Makarov, C. Berghea, S. Guzewich, K. Tsigaridis, G. Arney, D. Cremons, S. Kane, J. Bleacher, R. Kopparapu, E. Kohler, Y. Lee, A. Rushby, W. Kuang, R. Barnes, J. A. Richardson, P. Driscoll, N. Schmerr, A. Del Genio, A. Davies, L. Kaltenegger, L. Elkins-Tanton, Y. Fujii, L. Schaefer, S. Ranjan, E. Quintana, T. Barclay, K. Hamano, N. Petro, J. Kendall, E. Lopez, and D. Sasselov. 2018. "Highly Volcanic Exoplanets, Lava Worlds, and Magma Ocean Worlds: An Emerging Class of Dynamic Exoplanets of Significant Scientific Priority." ArXiv e-prints

    Brief Bio

    Dr. Patrick Whelley is a geologist who studies volcanic and aeolian processes and products on terrestrial planets. His work uses a combination of remote sensing and in-situ observations. He has a BS and MS from Arizona State University and a PhD from the University at Buffalo, SUNY and currently works a research scientist with the University of Maryland on a co-operative agreement at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center. In the field, he collects high-resolution topographic data using a terrestrial laser scanner. The data inform volcanic mapping and provide ground-truth for remote sensing measurements. Patrick uses remote sensing data to characterize explosive volcanic stratigraphy on Mars. His work has implications for volcano hazard mapping, on Earth, and for interpreting volcanic histories of the terrestrial planets.

    Selected Publications

    Refereed

    Esmaeili, S., S. Kruse, S. Jazayeri, et al. P. Whelley, E. Bell, J. Richardson, W. Garry, and K. Young. 2020. "Resolution of Lava Tubes with Ground Penetrating Radar: The TubeX project." Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets [10.1029/2019je006138]

    Young, K. E., J. E. Bleacher, A. D. Rogers, et al. H. H. Schmitt, A. C. McAdam, W. B. Garry, P. L. Whelley, S. P. Scheidt, G. Ito, C. A. Knudson, T. G. Graff, L. V. Bleacher, N. Whelley, C. A. Evans, J. M. Hurtado, and T. D. Glotch. 2018. "The Incorporation of Field Portable Instrumentation Into Human Planetary Surface Exploration." Earth and Space Science 5 24 [10.1029/2018ea000378]

    Whelley, P. L., W. B. Garry, C. W. Hamilton, and J. E. Bleacher. 2017. "LiDAR-derived surface roughness signatures of basaltic lava types at the Muliwai a Pele Lava Channel, Mauna Ulu, Hawai‘i." Bulletin of Volcanology 79 (11): 75 [10.1007/s00445-017-1161-5]

    Murphy, J., K. Steakley, M. Balme, et al. G. Deprez, F. Esposito, H. Kahanpää, M. Lemmon, R. Lorenz, N. Murdoch, L. Neakrase, M. Patel, and P. Whelley. 2016. "Field Measurements of Terrestrial and Martian Dust Devils." Space Science Reviews 203 (1-4): 39-87 [10.1007/s11214-016-0283-y]

    Klose, M., B. C. Jemmett-Smith, H. Kahanpää, et al. M. Kahre, P. Knippertz, M. T. Lemmon, S. R. Lewis, R. D. Lorenz, L. D. Neakrase, C. Newman, M. R. Patel, D. Reiss, A. Spiga, and P. L. Whelley. 2016. "Dust Devil Sediment Transport: From Lab to Field to Global Impact." Space Sci Rev 203 (1-4): 377–426 [10.1007/s11214-016-0261-4]

    Paris, R., A. D. Switzer, M. Belousova, et al. A. Belousov, B. Ontowirjo, P. L. Whelley, and M. Ulvrova. 2014. "Volcanic tsunami: A review of source mechanisms, past events and hazards in Southeast Asia (Indonesia, Philippines, Papua New Guinea)." Natural Hazards 70 (1): 447--470 [10.1007/s11069-013-0822-8]

    Whelley, P. L., L. S. Glaze, E. S. Calder, and D. J. Harding. 2014. "LiDAR-derived surface roughness mapping: Applications to Mount St. Helens Pumice Plain deposit analysis." IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 52 (1): 426-438 [10.1109/TGRS.2013.2241443]

    Whelley, P. L., J. Jay, E. S. Calder, et al. M. E. Pritchard, N. J. Cassidy, S. Alcaraz, and A. Pavez. 2012. "Post-depositional fracturing and subsidence of pumice flow deposits: Lascar Volcano, Chile." Bulletin of Volcanology 74 (2): 511--531 [10.1007/s00445-011-0545-1]

    Greeley, R., P. L. Whelley, L. D. Neakrase, et al. 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. 2008. "Columbia Hills, Mars: Aeolian features seen from the ground and orbit." Journal of Geophysical Research E: Planets 113 (6): 1--17 [10.1029/2007JE002971]

    Whelley, P. L., and R. Greeley. 2008. "The distribution of dust devil activity on Mars." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 113 (E07002): 12 [10.1029/2007JE002966]

    Williams, D. A., J. E. Bleacher, V. A. Zabala Aliberto, et al. A. A. Aliberto, P. L. Whelley, S. R. Cave, and R. Greeley. 2007. "Kissing the Mars rocks with the Rover's RATS: An educational exercise to understand drilling rocks on Mars." The Earth Scientist 26 13-19

    Whelley, P. L., and R. Greeley. 2006. "Latitudinal dependency in dust devil activity on Mars." Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 111 (E10003):

    Lemmon, M. T., M. J. Wolff, M. D. Smith, et al. R. T. Clancy, D. Banfield, G. A. Landis, A. Ghosh, P. H. Smith, N. Spanovich, B. Whitney, P. Whelley, R. Greeley, S. Thompson, J. F. Bell, and S. W. Squyres. 2004. "Atmospheric Imaging Results from the Mars Exploration Rovers: Spirit and Opportunity." Science 306 (5702): 1753-1756 [10.1126/science.1104474]

    Greeley, R., S. W. Squyres, R. E. Arvidson, et al. P. Bartlett, J. F. Bell, D. Blaney, N. A. Cabrol, J. Farmer, B. Farrand, M. P. Golombek, S. D. Thompson, P. L. Whelley, and O.. 2004. "Wind-Related Processes Detected by the Spirit Rover at Gusev Crater, Mars." Science 305 (5685): 810 [10.1126/science.1100108]

    Balme, M. R., P. L. Whelley, and R. Greeley. 2003. "Mars: Dust devil track survey in Argyre Planitia and Hellas Basin." Journal of Geophysical Research. E. Planets 108 (E8): 5086 [10.1029/2003JE002096]

    Non-Refereed

    Richardson, J. A., N. L. Whelley, P. L. Whelley, et al. M. Milazzo, C. A. Knudson, R. Romo, and S. Kobs Nawotniak. 2020. "Building Safer and More Inclusive Field Experiences in Support of Planetary Science." 2023–2032 NAS Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey

    Henning, W., J. Renaud, P. Saxena, et al. P. Whelley, A. Mandell, S. Matsumura, L. Glaze, T. Hurford, T. Livengood, C. Hamilton, M. Efroimsky, V. Makarov, C. Berghea, S. Guzewich, K. Tsigaridis, G. Arney, D. Cremons, S. Kane, J. Bleacher, R. Kopparapu, E. Kohler, Y. Lee, A. Rushby, W. Kuang, R. Barnes, J. A. Richardson, P. Driscoll, N. Schmerr, A. Del Genio, A. Davies, L. Kaltenegger, L. Elkins-Tanton, Y. Fujii, L. Schaefer, S. Ranjan, E. Quintana, T. Barclay, K. Hamano, N. Petro, J. Kendall, E. Lopez, and D. Sasselov. 2018. "Highly Volcanic Exoplanets, Lava Worlds, and Magma Ocean Worlds: An Emerging Class of Dynamic Exoplanets of Significant Scientific Priority." ArXiv e-prints

                                                                                                                                                                                            
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