CURRENT POSITION
SETI Institute Principal Investigator at NASA Ames Research Center since 1998. Research on aqueous environments favorable to Life on Mars, their exploration (robotic and human) and the study of terrestrial analogues.


ACADEMIC DEGREES

1995: Certification on the list of "Maitre de Conferences" in geology (Paris, France).
1991: Ph-D (
planetary sciences), Sorbonne University, Paris, France.
1986: Master (
planetary sciences) 1986, Sorbonne University, Paris, France.


PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

1998-Present: Contractor of SETI Institute at NASA Ames Research Center.
1996-1998: National Research Council Associate (NASA Ames Research Center).
1994-1995: French Ministère de la Recherche Posc-Doctoral Fellowship (NASA Ames).
1992-1993: Post-Doctoral Fellow, Association Française pour L'Avancement des Sciences, Observatoire de Meudon, Laboratoire de Physique du Système Solaire, Paris, France.

BIOGRAPHICAL SKETCH


Nathalie Cabrol is a planetary scientist at NASA ARC/SETI Institute who specializes in the exploration of Mars. She is a senior scientist of 20 year experience and is leading major research projects (astrobiology, robotics, participation to planetary mission). She was the main advocate for the Gusev crater landing for the
Spirit rover on Mars and is a science team member of the NASA Mars Exploration Rover mission. She is the principal investigator and the expedition leader of a NASA Astrobiology Intitute (NAI)-funded project exploring some of the highest lakes on Earth as analogs to ancient martian lakes in Bolivia and Chile. She has led seven expeditions to Licancabur 5,070 m, Aguas Calientes 5,930 m, Poquentica 5,850 m, Escalante 5,700 m and several lower lakes (4,400m-4,800 m) in Bolivia between 2002-2008. The exploration and documentation of these lakes includes extreme scuba and free diving and has brought new insights into poorly known and remote extreme lake ecosystems. There, Cabrol and her team try to document the life adaptation (or lack thereof) to extreme environmental conditions and the effect of rapid climate change, and the limits of life on Earth. She counts over 309 publications and professional communications as of July 2008. She authored three books and several chapters of books. Her work is being largely cited by the medias, whether TV, radio, web, or printed magazines. Cabrol is the recipient of several research awards and in 2005. She was elected Carey Fellow in 2005, Women of Discovery (Air and Space) and recently Wings Worldquest Fellow (2007).

PROFESSIONAL EXPERIENCE

2008-2011: PI, NASA Exobiology Program: Thermal detection of caves on Earth and Mars.
2007-2010: PI, NASA PGG:Formation and Evolutionof Spherules and Possible Planetary Analogy
2007-2010: PI, NASA MDAP: Systematic Sedimentology of Rocks and Soils at Gusev Crater
2003-Present: PI of NAI module, Impact of UV on life in some of the highest lakes on Earth on NAI/SETI lead team;
2003-Present: Co-I, NASA Mars Exploration Rover mission; science team;
2003-2007: Co-I, NASA-AIRS Grant:
Analyzing science operations for the robotic search for life as part of the multi-year robotic campaign to explore Chile’s Atacama desert.
2003-2006: Science PI, NASA ASTEP: Life in the Atacama project (robotic astrobiology). Searching for life with rovers;
2003-2006: Co-I, NASA ASTEP Grant:
Science-on-the-fly (autonomous science with rovers);
2002-2005: Co-I, NASA AISR Grant:
Data-Centric Analysis of science return for human-directed robotic geology.
2002-2003: PI, NASA ARC-DDF Grant:
Exploring the limits of life in some of the highest lakes on Earth.
2001-2003: Science Lead, NASA ARC-IS:
Automation of the robotic exploration of aqueous environments on Mars.
2000-2003: Spokesperson for the selection of Gusev crater as the landing site for the Spirit rover.
1999: Science Lead and Project Manager of the first astronaut-rover field experiment (ASRO) in Silver Lake. Project in collaboration with NASA Johnson Space Center.
1999: Deputy-Science Lead, Marsokhod rover field experiment, Silver Lake.
1997: Science Lead, Nomad rover field experiment, Atacama desert, Chile.
1996: Science team member: Marsokhod rover field experiment, Tuba City.
1995: Science team member: Marsokhod rover field experiment, Hawaii.
1994-1995: Lead on a study of the feasibility of an exobiology mission on Mars

PROFESSIONAL HONORS

[08] NASA Group Achievement Award for the Mars Exploration Rover 3rd and 4th extended mission.
[08] Cambridge Who’s Who lifetime member, registry of executives, professionals, and entrepreneurs.
[08] New zooplankton species from the Licancabur Lake named after Cabrol:
Scutiglypha cabrolae
[07] Sir Arthur Clark Award for Best Team Achievement (Mars Exploration Rover Project).
[07] Wings WorldQuest Fellow.
[05]: NASA Ames Honor Award for Excellence as Contractor Employee.
[05]: NASA Group Achievement Award for the Mars Exploration Rover extended mission Science/Science Support Team.
[05]: Women of Discovery: Air and Space Award. (Wings WorldQuest), ]: Elected Carey Fellow
[04]: NASA Group Achievement Award for the Mars Exploration Rover Science Support Team;
[04]: NASA Group Achievement Award for the Mars Exploration Rover Science Operations Team.
[04]: Earth and Space Foundation First Exploration Award to the Mars Exploration Rover Team.
[04]: ASIP certificate of appreciation for outstanding mentorship for the Athena Internship Student Program, MER mission.
[04]: Shasta County of Education certificate of appreciation for outstanding mentorship for the Athena Student Program Internship, MER mission
[00]: Gold Medal, International Water and Science Award (Sponsored by Unesco/European Parliament).
[00]: 18
th Digital Avionics Systems Conference: Best Paper of Session Award (Results of the First Astronaut-Rover (ASRO) Interaction Field Experiment and Recommendations for Future Planetary Surface Exploration.
[99]: NASA Ames Research Center Space Science Division Outstanding Achievements Award.
[99]: NASA-JSC Group Achievement Award for the ASRO Project;
[99]: NASA Ames-IMG Outstanding Achievement Award for the ASRO Field Experiment.
[99]: NASA Ames Intelligent Mechanisms Group Certificate of Appreciation for scientific and technical contributions to the 1999 Marsokhod rover Field Experiment in Silver Lake, Mojave Desert, CA. Nathalie Cabrol, Project Deputy Science Lead.
[97]: Silver Medal of the French Société d’Encouragement au Progrès for Scientific Research
[97]: CMU Award for the Lead of the Science Experiment of the Nomad Rover Field Test
[96]: Bronze Medal of the Ecole des Mines of Douai (France) for education and public outreach activity.
[94]: Medal of the City of Triel (France) for educational and public outreach at the Observatory of Triel.
[92]: Silver medal of the Observatory of Triel (France) for research work.



PROFESSIONAL COMMITTEES AND REVIEWS

External Reviewer for the NASA Mars Fundamental Research Program (MFRP) since 2002
External Reviewer for the NASA Mars Global Surveyor Data Analysis Program (MGSDAP) since 2001
External Reviewer for the NASA Mars Data Analysis Program (MDAP) since 1999.
External Reviewer for NASA Planetary Geology and Geophysics (PG&G) since 1998.
External Reviewer, NASA Planetary Instrument Definition & Development Program (PIDDP) since 2001.
External advisor for the European Space Agency (ESA) Exobiology Science Team Study (1998)
External Collaborator, ESA Reports for the Search for Life in the Solar System (final report June 1997)

COMMITTEES AND REVIEWS FOR PROFESSIONAL JOURNALS

Reviewer for Meteoritics and Planetary Sciences since 20007.
Reviewer for Nature since 2003
Reviewer for the Cambridge University Press (science books).
Reviewer for Geophysical Research Letter since 2003
Reviewer for Icarus since 2002
Board of Editors of the European International Journal of Astrobiology since 2001.
Reviewer for Journal of Geophysical Research since 1999.
Reviewer for Planetary & Space Science since 1998.

SCIENTIFIC EXPEDITIONS (HIGH MOUNTAINEERING & DIVING)

2007: PI, Expedition lead, High-Lakes project, Chilean altiplano. Ascent of the Aguas Calientes volcano (5,930 m) and exploration of Laguna Lejia (4,200 m) and Laguna Aguas Calientes (4,500 m).
2006: Expedition lead of the High-Lakes project in the Bolivian altiplano. Ascent of the Escalante volcano (5,700 m), Licancabur volcano (6,004 m), and Aguas Calientes volcano (5,930 m) for the study of their summit lakes and ponds. Equal world record for highest scuba diving establish in the 80s at Licancabur. The diving team sets a new world record for scuba diving with pure O2 rebreather at altitude. Woman scuba diving (unofficial) world record.
2005: Expedition lead of the High-Lakes project in the Bolivian altiplano. Ascent of the Licancabur volcano (6,004 m) and Poquentica volcano (5,850 m)
2004: Expedition lead of the High-Lakes Project in the Altiplanic Andes. Free diving (no oxygen tank) at 5,916 m.
2003: Expedition lead of the High-Lakes Project for the investigation of high-altitude lakes (4,500 – 6,004 m) in the Bolivian altiplano as analogs to Martian paleolakes. Free diving at 5,916 m; Women’s (unofficial) world record.
2002: Expedition lead of the High-Lakes Project for the investigation of high-altitude lakes (4,500 – 6,004 m) in the Bolivian altiplano as analogs to Martian paleolakes.


STUDENTS AND MENTORSHIP

Sophie Milam, University of Hawaii, NASA Exploration Academy (2009)
Courtney Dressing, Princeton University, NASA Exploration Academy (2008)
Thomas Franklin, Massachusetts Insitute of Technology, NASA Exploration Academy (2008)
Rene French, UC Santa Cruz, undergraduate (2006-Present)
James Pogue, UC Santa Cruz, undergraduate, (2007)
Jennifer Kissing, Astrobiology Academy, undergraduate, (2007)
Kate Harris, Oxford University, undergraduate, (2007)
Jutson Wynne, USGS Flagstaff, undergraduate, (2007-)
Matthieu Glavez, Ecole Normale Superieure, France (2006)
Andrew Hock, NASA Ames GSRP, Ph-D student (2002-2006)
Graylan Vincent, NASA Astrobiology Academy Student, undergraduate (2003)
David Fike, Biology Program Internship (summer 2002)
Frederick Grant, NASA Astrobiology Academy Student, undergraduate (2002)
David Fike, NASA Astrobiology Academy Student, Ph-D student (2001-2003)
Rachel Schelble, NASA Astrobiology Academy Student, undergraduate (2001)
Gilles Davidowicz, Master degree student (1992)


MEMBERSHIP IN PROFESSIONAL SOCIETIES

American Geophysical Union
American Association for the Advancement of Sciences
French Association for the Advancement of Sciences
New York Academy
Planetary Society



CURRENT CERTIFICATIONS

Adult CPR/AED (Red Cross)
First Aid (Red Cross)
Oxygen Administration for the Professional Rescuer (Red Cross)
WASI/NASE Worldwide Open Water Diver Scuba
Scientific O2 Rebreather Diver (Aqualung C.O.D.E).


PEER-REVIEWED ARTICLES


(2008)

Arvidson, R.E., S. Ruff, R.V. Morris, D.W. Ming, L. Crumpler, A. Yen, S.W. Squyres6, R.J. Sullivan6, J.F. Bell III6, N.A. Cabrol et al., (2008). Spirit Mars rover mission to the Columbia Hills, Gusev crater: Mission Overview and selected results from the Cumberland Ridge to Home Plate. JGR-Planets (submitted).
Cabrol, N. A., K. Herkenhoff, R. Greeley, E. A. Grin, C. Schröder, C. d’Uston, C. Weitz, A. R. Yingst B. A Cohen, J. Moore, A. Knudson, B. Franklin, and R. C. Anderson, (2008). Soil sedimentology at Gusev crater from the Columbia Memorial Station to Winter Haven, J. Geophys. Res. 113, E06S05, MER Special Issue.
Cabrol N. A., D. T. Andersen, C. R. Stoker, P. Lee, C. P. McKay, and D. S. Wettergreen. Other Analogs to Mars: High altitude, subsurface, desert, and polar environments (2008). In:
Life in Antarctic Deserts and other Cold Dry Environments: Astrobiological Analogues, Peter Doran (Ed.), Cambridge University Press (in press).
Cabrol,
N. A, E. A, Grin, G. Chong, A. N. Hock, D. P. Häder, E. Minkley, Y. Yu, C. Demergasso, J. Gibson, D. Lim, C. Woosley, R. L. Morris, C. Tambley, V. Gaete, M. E. Galvez, L. Escudero, S. E. Parazynski, E. Smith, I. Ukstins Peate, G. Dawidowicz, and J. Majerowicz. Environment and life in Earth’s highest volcanic lake (2008). JGR-Biogeosciences, HLP Special Issue, (under revision).
Cabrol,
N. A, E. A, Grin, G. Chong, A. N. Hock, D. P. Häder, E. Minkley, Y. Yu, C. Demergasso, J. Gibson, D. Lim, C. Woosley, R. L. Morris, C. Tambley, V. Gaete, M. E. Galvez, L. Escudero, S. E. Parazynski, E. Smith, and I. Ukstins Peate (2008). The High Lakes Project: Science Overview, JGR-Biogeosciences, HLP Special Issue, (submitted).
Chen, B., and N. A. Cabrol.
J. Geophys. Res., Raman Spectra Identifications of Mineral and Organic Constituents in Field Samples from Andean High-Altitude Lakes (2008). J. Geophys. Res.-Biogeosciences, HLP Special Issue, (submitted).
Dorador, C., D. Meneses, L. Escudero, J. Blamey, N. A. Cabrol, G. Chong, and C. Demergasso.
Microbial communities in Salar de Aguas Calientes and Laguna Lejía, two high altitude lakes of the Chilean Altiplano (2008). J. Geophys. Res.-Biogeosciences, HLP Special Issue (submitted).
Gibson, J. A. E., Ian A. E. Bayly, Paul D.N. Hebert, Alexey Kotov, Wim de Smet, Peter J. Cranston, and N. A. Cabrol (2008). Zooplankton of high altitude lakes in the Central Andes of Bolivia and Chile.
J. Geophys. Res.-Biogeosciences, HLP Special Issue, (submitted).
Greeley, R., P. L. Whelley, L. D. V. Neakrase, R. E. Arvidson, N. T. Bridges, N. A. Cabrol, P. R. Christensen, K. Di, R. L. Fergason, D. J. Foley, M. P. Golombek, K. Herkenhoff, A. Knudson, R. O. Kuzmin, R. Li, T. Michaels, S. W. Squyres, R. Sullivan, and S. D. Thompson (2007).
Columbia Hills, Mars: Aeolian features see from the ground and orbit. J. Geophys. Res. MER Special Issue, (in press).
Hock, A. N., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, and J. A. Zhang, The Licancabur volcano crater lake. J. Volc. Geotherm. Res. special issue Volcanic lakes and environmental impacts of volcanic fluids, J. C. Varekamp and M. van Bergen, Eds., (submitted).
Hock, A. N. N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, D.-P. Hader and the Licancabur Expedition Science Team,
Solar ultraviolet radiation at Licancabur Volcano, Bolivia (2008). J. Geophys. Res. (submitted).
Hock, A. N., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin and the Licancabur Expedition Science Team, Aqueous geochemistry at Licancabur Volcano, Bolivia: the crater lake, Lagunas Blanca and Verde (2008).
Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta. (submitted).
Lim, D. S. S., A. N. Hock, N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin et al., and M. Galvez. Limnological Characterization of High-Altitude Lakes in the Bolivian-Chilean Andes (2008).
J. Geophys. Res.-Biogeosciences, HLP Special Issue, (submitted).
Minkley, E. Jr., Youngeob Yu, N. A. Cabrol, Edmond A. Grin, Clayton Woosley, and Robert L. Morris.
Microbial Life in the Licancabur Lake. J. Geophys. Res., HLP Special Issue, (submitted).
Schmidt, M. E., S. W. Ruff, T. McCoy, W. H. Farrand, J. R. Johnson, R. Gellert, D. W. Ming, R. V. Morris, N. A. Cabrol et al., (2008). The hydrothermal origin of halogens at Home Plate, Gusev crater. J. Geophys. Res. 113, E06S05, MER Special Issue (in press).
Weinstein, S., D. Pane, L. A. Ernst, K. Warren-Rhodes, J. M. Dohm, A. N. Hock, J. L. Piatek, S. Emani, F. Lanni, M. Wagner, G. W. Fisher, E. Minkley, L. E. Dansey, T. Smith, E. A. Grin, K. Stubbs, G. Thomas, C. S. Cockell, L. Marinangeli, G. G. Ori, S. Heys, J. P. Teza, J. E. Moersch, P. Coppin, G. C. Diaz, D. S. Wettergreen, N. A. Cabrol, and A. S. Waggoner (2008).
Application of pulsed-excitation fluorescence imager for daylight detection of sparse life in tests in the Atacama Desert, J. Geophys. Res., 113, G01S90, doi:10.1029/2006JG000319.
Yingst, R. A., L. Crumpler, W. H. Farrand, N. A. Cabrol, and L. D. Neakrase (2008). Morphology and texture of particles along the Spirit rover traverse from sol 450 to sol 745. J. Geophys. Res. 113, E06S05, MER Special Issue (submitted).


(2007)
Cabrol, N. A., David S. Wettergreen, Kim Warren-Rhodes, Edmond A. Grin, Jeffrey Moersch, Guillermo Chong Diaz, Charles S. Cockell, Peter Coppin, Cecilia Demergasso, James M. Dohm, Lauren Ernst, Gregory Fisher, Craig Hardgrove, Andrew N. Hock, Lucia Marinangeli, Edwin Minkley, Gian Gabriele Ori, Jennifer Piatek, Alan Waggoner, Shmuel Weinstein, Mike Wyatt, Trey Smith, David Thompson, Michael Wagner, Dominic Jonak, Kristen Stubb, Geb Thomas, Erin Pudenz, and Justin Glasgow (2007). Life in the Atacama: Searching for Life with Rovers (Science Overview). Special Issue: Field Investigations of Life in the Atacama Desert. JGR-Biogeosciences 112, G04S02, doi:10.1029/2006JG000298.
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and A. N. Hock 2007. Mitigation of environmental extremes as a possible indicator of extended habitat sustainability for lakes on early Mars. Proc. SPIE Conf., 6694-36, 1, San Diego.
Greeley, R., P. L. Whelley, L. D. V. Neakrase, R. E. Arvidson, N. T. Bridges, N. A. Cabrol, P. R. Christensen, K. Di, R. L. Fergason, D. J. Foley, M. P. Golombek, K. Herkenhoff, A. Knudson, R. O. Kuzmin, R. Li, T. Michaels, S. W. Squyres, R. Sullivan, and S. D. Thompson 2007. Columbia Hills, Mars: Aeolian features see from the ground and orbit. J. Geophys. Res. MER Special Issue, 2007. (submitted).
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, K. T. Kiss, E. Ács, I. Grigorszky, K. Szabò, B. Tóth, D.A. Fike, A. N. Hock, C. Demergasso, L. Escudero, G. Chong, P. Galleguillos, B.H Grigsby, J. Zambrana Román, C. P. McKay, and C. Tambley 2007. Signatures of Habitats and Life in Earth’s High-Altitude Lakes: Clues to Noachian Aqueous Environments on Mars. In:
The Geology of Mars, Chapter 14: Evidence from Earth-Based Analogs, ed. Mary Chapman, Cambridge University Press, 349-370.
Escudero, L., G. Chong, C. Demergasso, M. E. Farias, N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, E. Minkley Jr., and Y. Yu 2007.
Investigating microbial diversity and UV radiation impact at the high altitude lake Aguas Calientes, Chile. Proc. SPIE Conf., San Diego.
Mahaney, W., H. Miyamoto, J. Dohm, V. Baker, N. Cabrol, E. Grin, and D. Berman 2007.
Rock glaciers on Mars: Earth-based clues to Mars’ recent paleoclimatic history. Planetary & Space Sciences 55, 181-192.
Morris, R. L., R. Berthold, and N. Cabrol 2007.
Diving at extreme altitude: Dive planning and execution during the 2006 High-Lakes science expedition, Proc. AAUS Conference.
Cabrol, Nathalie, A., David S. Wettergreen, Kim Warren-Rhodes, Edmond A. Grin, Jeffrey Moersch, Guillermo Chong Diaz, Charles S. Cockell, Peter Coppin, Cecilia Demergasso, James M. Dohm, Lauren Ernst, Gregory Fisher, Craig Hardgrove, Andrew N. Hock, Lucia Marinangeli, Edwin Minkley, Gian Gabriele Ori, Jennifer Piatek, Alan Waggoner, Shmuel Weinstein, Mike Wyatt, Trey Smith, David Thompson, Michael Wagner, Dominic Jonak, Kristen Stubb, Geb Thomas, Erin Pudenz, and Justin Glasgow. Life in the Atacama: Searching for Life with Rovers (Science Overview). JGR-Biogeosciences 112, G04S02, doi:10.1029/2006JG000298.
Chen, B., C. Stoker, C. P. McKay, N. Cabrol, R. Bonaccorsi, D. Anderson, J. Zavaleta, S. Dunagan, J. A. Manfredi Rodrigues, J. G. Elvira, and F. Raul 2007.
Raman spectra identifications of mineral and organic constituents. Proc. NSTC Workshop (submitted).

(2006)
Cabrol, N. A., J. D. Farmer, E. A. Grin, L. Richter, L. Soderblom, R. Li, K. Herkenhoff, G. A. Landis, and R. E. Arvidson (2006), Aqueous processes at Gusev crater inferred from physical properties of rocks and soils along the Spirit traverse, J. Geophys. Res., 111, E02S20, doi:10.1029/2005JE002490.
Cabrol, N. A., A. N. Hock, P. Zippi, M. Sunagua, and E. Grin 2006. Evolution of microbial habitat in response to rapid environmental change: Evidence from paleolake records from the South Bolivian altiplano. JGR-Biogeosciences (submitted).
Arvidson, R. E.; Squyres, S. W.; Anderson, R. C.; Bell, J. F., III; Blaney, D.; Brückner, J.; Cabrol, N. A.; et al., (2006).
Overview of the Spirit Mars Exploration Rover Mission to Gusev Crater: Landing site to Backstay Rock in the Columbia Hills. J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 111, No. E2, E02S01 10.1029/2005JE002499
Golombek, M. P.; Crumpler, L. S.; Grant, J. A.; Greeley, R.; Cabrol, N. A.; Parker, T. J.; Rice, J. W., Jr.; Ward, J. G.; Arvidson, R. E.; Moersch, J. E.; Fergason, R. L.; Christensen, P. R.; Castaño, A.; Castaño, R.; Haldemann, A. F. C.; Li, R.; Bell, J. F., III; Squyres, S. W (2006). Geology of the Gusev cratered plains from the Spirit rover transverse J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 111, No. E2, E02S07, 10.1029/2005JE002503.
Greeley, R., R. E. Arvidson, P. W. Barlett, Diana Blaney, N. A. Cabrol, P. R. Christensen, R. L. Fergason, M. P. Golombek, G. A. Landis, M. T. Lemmon, S. M. McLennan, J. N. Maki, T. Michaels, J. E. Moersch, L. D. V. Neakrase, S. C. R. Rafkin, L. Richter, S. W. Squyres, P. A. de Souza Jr., R. J. Sullivan, S. D. Thompson, and P. L. Whelley (2006). Gusev crater: Wind-related features and processes observed by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit. J. Geophys. Res. 111, E02S09, doi:10.1029/2005JE002491.
Greeley, R., R. E. Arvidson, N. A. Cabrol, D. J. Foley, B. J. Franklin, M. P. Golombek, R. O Kuzmin, G. A. Landis, M. T. Lemmon, L. D. V. Neakrase, S. W. Squyres, and S. D. Thompson, 2006.
Active dust devils in Gusev crater, Mars: Observations from the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit. J. Geophys. Res. 111, E02S09, doi:10.1029/2006JE002743.
Herkenhoff, Ken E.; Squyres, Steve W.; Anderson, Robert; Archinal, Brent A.; Arvidson, Raymond E.; Barrett, Janet M.; Becker, Kris J.; Bell, James F., III; Budney, Charles; Cabrol, Nathalie A.; et al., (2006).
Overview of the Microscopic Imager Investigation during Spirit's first 450 sols in Gusev crater. J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 111, No. E2, E02S04, 10.1029/2005JE002574
McSween, H. Y.; Wyatt, M. B; Gellert, R.; Bell, J. F., III; Morris, R. V.; Herkenhoff, K. E.; Crumpler, L. S.; Milam, K. A.; Stockstill, K. R.; Tornabene, L. L.; Arvidson, R. E.; Bartlett, P.; Blaney, D.; Cabrol, N. A.; et al., (2006)
Characterization and petrologic interpretation of olivine-rich basalts at Gusev Crater, Mars. J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 111, No. E2, E02S10, 10.1029/2005JE002477.
Pudenz, E., Glasgow, J., Thomas, G., Coppin, P., Wettergreen, D., Cabrol, N. 2006.
Searching for a Quantitative Proxy for Rover Science Effectiveness, Proceedings of the 2006 Conference on Human-Robot Interaction, March 2-4, 2006, Salt Lake City, Utah.
Smith, T., D. R. Thompson, D. Wettergreen, N. Cabrol, K. Warren-Rhodes, and S. Weinstein.
Life in the Atacama: science autonomy for improving data quality.


(2005)
Haskin,L. A., A. Wang, B. L. Jolliff, H. Y. McSween, B. C. Clark, D. J. Des Marais, S. M. McLennan, N. J. Tosca, J. A. Hurowitz, J. D. Farmer, A. Yen, S. W. Squyres, R. E. Arvidson, G. Klingelhöfer, C. Schröder, P. A. de Souza, Jr, D. W. Ming, R. Gellert, J. Zipfel, J. Brückner, J. F. Bell, III, K. Herkenhoff, P. R. Christensen, S. Ruff, D. Blaney, S. Gorevan, N. A. Cabrol, L. Crumpler, J. Grant and L. Soderblom. Water alteration of rocks and soils on Mars at the Spirit rover site in Gusev crater. Nature, 436, 66-69, 2005.
Kanduri, A. K., G. Thomas, N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, and R. C. Anderson 2005. The (In) accuracy of novice rover operators’ perception of obstacle height from microscopic images.
SMCA04-08-0222, 505-512.
Mundt, C., W., KK. N. Montgomery, U. E. Udoh, V. N. Barker, G. C. Thonier, A. M. Tellier, R. D. Ricks, R. B. Darling, Y. D. Cagle,
N. A. Cabrol, S. T. Ruoss, J. L. Swain, J. W. Hines, G. T. A. Kovacs 2004. A multi-parameter, wearable physiologic monitoring system for space and terrestrial applications, IEEE.
Thomas, G., Coppin, P., Cabrol, N., Wettergreen, D., Pudenz, E., Glasgow, J. (2005), Collaborative Virtual Environments for Control of Planetary Exploration Rovers, Special Session on Human Robot Interaction, Human Computer Interaction / Virtual Reality Conference 2005, July 22-27, 2005, Las Vegas, NV.
Wettergreen, D. S., N. A. Cabrol, J. Teza, P. Tompkins, C. Urmson, V. Verma, M. Wagner, and W. Whittaker 2005.
First experiment in the robotic investigation of life in the Atacama desert of Chile. ICRA.
Wettergreen, D. S., N. A. Cabrol,V. Baskaran, F. Calderon, S. Heys, D. Jonak, A. Lüders, D. Pane, T. Smith, J. Teza, P. Tompkins, D. Villa, C. Williams, and M. Wagner 2005.
Second experiment in the robotic investigation of life in the Atacama desert of Chile. International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics and Automation in Space (iSAIRAS), Munich, Germany, September, 2005.


(2004)
Bell, J. F., III, S. W Squyres, R. E. Arvidson, H. M. Arneson, D. Bass, D. Blaney, N. Cabrol, W. Calvin, J. Farmer, W. H. Farrand, W. Goetz, M. Golombek, J. Grant, R. Greeley, E. Guinness, A. G. Hayes, M. Y. H. Hubbard, et al., 2004. Initial Pancam multispectral imaging results from the Mars Exploration Rover Gusev landing site. Science, 305, 800-806.
Greeley, R. , S. W. Squyres, R. E. Arvidson, P. Barlett, J. F. Bell III, D. Blaney, N. A. Cabrol, J. Farmer, B. Farrrand, M. P. Golombek, S. P. Gorevan and the Athena Science Team., 2004.
Gusev crater, Mars: Wind-related features and processes at the MER Spirit Site. Science 305, 810-813.

Herhenhoff, K. E., S. W. Squyres, R. Arvidson, D. S. Bass, J. F. Bell, III, P. Bertelsen, N. A. Cabrol, L. Gaddis, A. G. Hayes, S. F. Hviid, J. R. Johnson, K. M. Kinch, M. B. Madsen, J. N. Maki, S. M. McLennan, H. Y. McSween, J. W. Rice, Jr., M. Sims, P. H. Smith, L. A. Soderblom, N. Spanovich, R. Sullivan, A. Wang 2004. Textures of soils and rocks at Gusev crater from Spirit’s microscopic imager. Science 305, 824-826.
J. A. Grant, R. Arvidson, J. F. Bell, III, N. A. Cabrol, M. H. Carr, P. Christensen, L. Crumpler, D. J. Des Marais, B. L. Ehlmann, J. Farmer, M. Golombek, F. D. Grant, R. Greeley, K. Herkenhoff, R. Li, H. Y. McSween, D. W. Ming, J. Moersch, J. W. Rice, Jr., S. Ruff, L. Richter, S. Squyres, R. Sullivan, C. Weitz 2004.
Surficial deposits at Gusev crater along Spirit rover traverses. Science 305, 807-810.

McSween H., McSween,R. E. Arvidson, J. F. Bell, III, D. Blaney, N. A. Cabrol, P. R. Christensen, B. C. Clark, J. A. Crisp, L. S. Crumpler, D. J. Des Marais, J. D. Farmer, R. Gellert, A. Ghosh, S. Gorevan, T. Graff, J. Grant, L. A. Haskin, K. E. Herkenhoff, J. R. Johnson, B. L. Jolliff, G. Klingelhoefer, A. T. Knudson, S. McLennan, K. A. Milam, J. E. Moersch, R. V. Morris, R. Rieder, S. W. Ruff, P. A. de Souza, Jr., S. W. Squyres, H. Wänke, A. Wang, M. B. Wyatt, A. Yen, J. Zipfel 2004. Basaltic rocks analyzed by the Spirit rover at Gusev crater, Science 305, 842-845.
Soderblom, L. A., R. C., Anderson, R. E., Arvidson, J. F. Bell, III, N. A. Cabrol, W. Calvin, P. R. Christensen, B. C. Clark, T. Economou, B. L. Ehlman, W. H. Farrand, D. Fike, R. Gellert, T. D. Glotch, M. P. Golombek, R. Greeley, J. P. Grotzinger, K. E. Herkenhoff, D. J. Jerolmack, J. R. Johnson, B. Jolliff, G. Klingelhöfer, A. H. Knoll, Z. A. Learner, R. Li, M. C. Malin, S. M. McLennan, H.Y. McSween, D. W. Ming, R. V. Morris, J. W. Rice, Jr., L. Richter, R. Rieder, D. Rodionov, C. Schröder, F. P. Seelos, J. M. Soderblom, S. W. Squyres, R. Sullivan, W. A. Watters, C. M. Weitz, M. B. Wyatt, A. Yen, and J. Zipfel 2004.
Soils at the Eagle crater and Meridiani Planum at the Opportunity Landing Site. Science 306, 1723-1726.
Squyres, S. W., R. E. Arvidson, J. F. Bell, III, J. Brückner, N. A. Cabrol, W. Calvin, M. H. Carr, P. R. Christensen, B. C. Clark, L. Crumpler D. J. Des Marais, C. d'Uston, T. Economou, J. Farmer, W. Farrand, W. Folkner, M. Golombek, S. Gorevan, J. A. Grant, R. Greeley, J. Grotzinger, L. Haskin, K. E. Herkenhoff, S. Hviid, J. Johnson, G. Klingelhöfer, A. Knoll, G. Landis, M. Lemmon, R. Li, M. B. Madsen, M. C. Malin, S. M. McLennan,H. Y. McSween, D. W. Ming, J. Moersch, R. V. Morris, T. Parker, J. W. Rice, Jr., L. Richter, R. Rieder, M. Sims, M. Smith, P. Smith, L. A. Soderblom,R. Sullivan, H. Wänke, T. Wdowiak, M. Wolff, A. Yen 2004a.
The Spirit Rover's Athena Science Investigation at Gusev Crater, Mars. Science 305, 794-799.
Squyres, S. W., R. E. Arvidson, J. F. Bell, III, J. Brückner, N. A. Cabrol, W. Calvin, M. H. Carr, P. R. Christensen, B. C. Clark, L. Crumpler D. J. Des Marais, C. d'Uston, T. Economou, J. Farmer, W. Farrand, W. Folkner, M. Golombek, S. Gorevan, J. A. Grant, R. Greeley, J. Grotzinger, L. Haskin, K. E. Herkenhoff, S. Hviid, J. Johnson, G. Klingelhöfer, A. Knoll, G. Landis, M. Lemmon, R. Li, M. B. Madsen, M. C. Malin, S. M. McLennan,H. Y. McSween, D. W. Ming, J. Moersch, R. V. Morris, T. Parker, J. W. Rice, Jr., L. Richter, R. Rieder, M. Sims, M. Smith, P. Smith, L. A. Soderblom,R. Sullivan, H. Wänke, T. Wdowiak, M. Wolff, A. Yen 2004b.
The Opportunity rover’s Athena science investigation at Meridiani Planum, Mars. Science 306, 1698-1703.

(2003)
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, M. H. Carr, B. Sutter, J. M. Moore, J. D. Farmer, R. Greeley, D. J. Des Marais, M. G. Kramer, H. Newsom, C. Barber, I. Thorsos, K. L. Tanaka, N. G. Barlow, D. A. Fike, M. L. Urquhart, B. Grigsby, F. D. Grant, and O. de Goursac 2003. Exploring Gusev Crater with MER A: Review of Science Objectives and Testable Hypotheses. JGR-Planets: Special Mars Exploration Rover (MER) mission Issue, 8076, doi: 10. 1029/2002JE002026.
Herkenhoff, K and the Athena Science Team, 2003.
Athena microscopic imager investigation. J. Geophys. Res. 108 (E12), 8065, doi: 10.1029/2003JE002065.
Squyres, S. W. and the Athena Science Team, 2003. Athena Mars rover science investigation. J. Geophys. Res. 108 (E12), 8065, doi: 10.1029/2003JE002121.
Thakoor, S., N. A. Cabrol, N. Lay, J. Chahl, D. Soccol, B. Hine, and S. Zornetzer 2003. Review: The benefits and applications of bioinspired flight capabilities. J. Robotic Syst. .

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

(2001)
Cabrol, N. A., D. D. Wynn-Williams, D. A. Crawford, and E. A. Grin. Recent Aqueous environments in impact crater lakes on Mars 2001: an Astrobiological perspective. 2nd Mars Polar Conference Special Issue. Icarus 154, 98-112.
Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin 2001.
Composition of the drainage network on early Mars. Geomorphology, 37, 269-287.
Wynn-Williams, D. D., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, R. M. Haberle, and C. R. Stoker 2001. Brines in seepage channels as eluents for sub-surface relict biomolecules on Mars? Astrobiology, 2, 165-184.
Haberle, R. M., C. P. McKay, N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, J. Schaeffer, A. P. Zent, and R. Quinn 2001. On the Possibility of Liquid Water on Present Day Mars. JGR., 106, E6, 23,317-23,326.
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2001. The evolution of lacustrine environments on Mars: (Is Mars only Hydrologically Dormant?)
Icarus, 149, 291-328.
Cabrol, N. A., G. C. Chong-Diaz, D. Wettergreen, C. R. Stoker, J. M. Dohm, R. Keaten, K. Schwher, V. C. Gulick, R. Landheim, P. Lee, T. L. Roush, A. P. Zent, C. Herrera Lameli, A. Jensen Iglesia, M. Pereira Arredondo, G. C. Dunfield, L. Pedersen, M. G. Bualat, D. Christian, C. Mina, M. H. Sims, H. J. Thomas, D. J. Tucker, and E. Zbinden 2001. Science results of the Atacama Nomad rover field experiment, Chile: implications for planetary exploration.
J. Geophys. Res., 106, E4, 7664-7675.
Cabrol, N. A. and E. A. Bettis III , B. Glenister, G. Chong, C. Herrera,, A. Jensen & M. Pereira, C. R. Stoker, E. A. Grin, R. Landheim, G. Thomas, J. Golden, K. Saville, G. Ludvigson, and B. Witzke 2001.
Nomad Rover Field Experiment, Atacama Desert, (Chile) II. Identification of Paleolife Evidence Using A Robotic Vehicle: Lessons and Recommendations for a Mars Sample Return Mission. J. Geophys. Res., 106, E4, 7639-7663
Grin, E., C. R. Stoker, N. A. Cabrol, T. Roush, and J. Moersch 2001.
Geological Analysis of the Silver Lake Marsokhod Field Test Site from Ground-Truth Sampling. J. Geophys. Res. 106, E4, 7733-7744
Thomas, G., A. Bettis, N. Cabrol, A. Rathe, and T. Foster 2001. Analysis of Science Team Activities During the 1999 Marsokhod Rover Field Experiment: Implications for Automated Planetary Surface Exploration, J. Geophys. Res. 106, E4, 7775-7783
Stoker, C. R., N. A. Cabrol, T. Roush, J. Moersch, J. Marshall, Marsokhod Science Team and Marsokhod Rover Team 2001. Marsokhod Rover Mission Simulation at Silver Lake CA, 2000: Mission Overview. J. Geophys. Res. 106, E4, 7639-7664.
Johnson J. R., S. W. Ruff, J. Bishop, N. A. Cabrol, C. Cockell, P. Gazis, J. Moersch, T. Roush, C. Stoker, K. Horton, H. E. Newsom, and E. A. Grin 2001.
Geological Characteristics of Remote Field Sites Using Infrared Spectroscopy: Results from the 1999 Marsokhod Field Test. J. Geophys. Res. 106, E4, 7683-7711.
Fong, T. W., N. Cabrol, C. Thorpe, and C. Baur 2001.
A Personal User Interface for Collaborative Human-Robot Exploration. Proceedings of the International Symposium on Artificial Intelligence, Robotics, and Automation in Space, Montréal, Canada, June, 2001.

(2000)
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and W. H. Pollard 2000. Possible frost mounds in ancient Martian lakebed. Icarus,145. 91-107.
Kuzmin, R. O., R. Greeley, R. Landheim, N. A. Cabrol, and J. D. Farmer 2000. Geologic mapping of the Ma’adim Vallis-Gusev crater region of Mars.
US. Geol. Surv.Misc. Inv. Series, MTM 2256-2257, 1: 500K scale.

(1999)
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 1999. Distribution, classification and ages of Martian impact crater lakes. Icarus, 142, 160-172.
Cabrol, N. A., J. J. Kosmo, R. C. Trevino, H. J. Thomas, the Marsokhod Rover
Team, and the I-Suit Team, 1999. Results of the First Astronaut-Rover (ASRO) Interaction Field Experiment and Recommendations for Future Planetary Surface Exploration, 18th Digital Avionics Conference Proceedings, Saint Louis.
Thomas, G., C. Petrie, N. Loeppke, M. Bauerly, R. Mills, M. Rick, B. Wyatt, M. Reagan, N. Cabrol, S. Dow, S. Fisher, S. McClarigan, J. Steele, and J. Wagner 1999.
Project Marvin: Mars Advanced Robotic Visualization Initiative. Proceedings of the 1999 Iowa Space Grant Consortium Conference.

(1998)
Cabrol, N.A., E.A. Grin, H.E. Newsom, R. Landheim, and C.P. Mckay 1998. Hydrogeologic Evolution of Gale crater and its Relevance for Exobiology Exploration, Icarus, 139.
Cabrol, N.A., E.A. Grin, R. Landheim, R. Kuzmin, and R. Greeley 1998. Duration of the Ma’adim Vallis/Gusev crater hydrogeologic system, Mars.
Icarus 133, 98-108.
Cabrol, N.A, E.A. Grin, And R. Landheim 1998.
Ma’adim Vallis Evolution: Geometry and models of Discharge Rate, Icarus 132, 362-377.
(1997)
Grin, E.A, and N. A. Cabrol 1997. Limnologic analysis of Gusev crater paleolake, Mars, Icarus 130, 461--474.
Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin, and G. Dawidowicz 1997.
A model of outflow generation by hydrothermal pressure drainage in volcano-tectonic environment, Shalbatana vallis (Mars). Icarus 125, 455-464.

(1996)
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 1996. Duration of aqueous sedimentation and favorable environments for life inception on Mars: a case in the Aeolis region. Origin of Life 26, 3-5.
Cabrol, N.A, E.A. Grin, and G. Dawidowicz 1996.
Ma'adim Vallis revisited through new topographic data. Icarus. 123, 269-283.

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

(1994)
Landheim, R., N. A. Cabrol, R. Greeley, and J.D. Farmer, "Gusev Crater; a High Priority Exobiology Site", abstract, Proceed. Fifth Exobiology Symposium and Mars Workshop (Apr. 1994).
Cabrol, N.A, and E.A Grin 1994. (russian/english). Gusev crater (Aeolis) : Geological history and evaluation of site potentiality for a Mars Sample Return Project.
Astronomitcheski Vestnik.
(1993)

Cabrol, N.A 1993. Martian channels: Statistics of spatial distribution, relative datation, and implications. Zeitschrift für Geomorphologie, 37.1, 57-76.
Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin 1993.
Mars:Noachian hydrology by its statistics and topology. In Workshop on Early Mars: how warm and how wet ? LPI Tech. Rpt 93-03, part one. Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, 23 pp ; Squyres, S., and J. Kasting eds.

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

(1991)
Cabrol, N.A, E.A. Grin, and A. Dollfus 1991. (russian/english). Mars Sample Return Mission: systemic model and optimization of scientific results. A case for large valley outlets, Astronomitcheski Vestnik, 25, 145-151.
Cabrol, N.A, and E.A Grin 1991. Martian paleohydrology and its consequences.
Lecture Notes in Physics, 194-198.
Cabrol, N.A 1991.
Etude des paleo-chenaux martiens : caractéristiques morphologiques, distribution spatio-temporelle, mécanismes de genèse. Université de Paris I Panthéon-Sorbonne/Observatoire de Paris-Meudon, Ph-D Thesis, 413 pp.


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

(1988)
Cabrol, N.A 1988b. Evolution d’un sous-sol gelé à l’échelle planétaire. Journées Polaires d’Albi, 92-106.
Cabrol, N.A 1988a. Mise en évidence d’une corrélation entre l’épaisseur de la cryosphère et la présence de chenaux de petites et moyennes dimensions par une approche globale.
Journées de l’ATP de Planétologie, Besançon, 239-243.

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

BOOKS AND CHAPTERS OF BOOKS
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2008. Lakes on Mars, Elsevier (in preparation).
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2005. Ancient and Recent Lakes on Mars. In:
Water on Mars and Life (Tetsuya Tokano, Ed.), Springer, 235-259.
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2000.
La Recherche de la Vie dans l’Univers, Presses Universitaires de France Eds, 128p.
Cabrol, N.A and E. A. Grin 1998.
La Terre et la Lune. Presses Universitaires de France Eds, 128 pp.
Cabrol, N.A 1990.
Arthur ou la flèche du temps. Tsuru Eds, 216 pp.
Cabrol, N. A. 1988. Les planètes géantes, In
Atlas de l’Espace, Encyclopedia Universalis.

TECHNICAL REPORTS
Cabrol, N. A. 2004. Life in the Atacama Rover Field Experiment Science Plan. NASA Ames internal memo.
Cabrol, N. A. 2003. Limits of life in the Atacama: Robotic investigation of life in the Atacama desert, Chile. ASTEP Science activity report for Year 01. Science report to HQ. 65 p.
Wettergreen, N. Cabrol, F. Calderon, et. al., “Life in the Atacama Field Investigation 2003: Experiment Plans and Technical Results” by D. Robotics Institute Technical Report, CMU-RI-TR-03-50, Carnegie Mellon University, August 2003.
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, R. Friedmann, E. De Vore, C. P. McKay, M. Murbach, I. Friedmann, G. Chong, C. Demergasso, C. Tambley, L. Escudero, K. Kisse, I. Grigorszky, D. Fike, A. Hock, and B. Grigsby (2003). Licancabur: Exploring the limits of life in the highest lake on Earth. In:
Director's Discretionary Fund Report for Fiscal Year 2002. NASA/TM-2003-211862, 64-67.
Cabrol, N. A. 2002. Licancabur Main Expedition: Guidelines, Procedures, and Hazards Mitigation.
Tech. Memo LSTM-02, September 2002. Reviewed by Code Q and Approved by NASA Ames Directorate.
Cabrol, N. A. 2002. Licancabur Reconaissance Ascent: Guidelines, Procedures, and Hazards Mitigation.
Tech. Memo LSTM-01, July 2002. Reviewed by Code Q and Approved by NASA Ames Directorate.
Cabrol, N. A. 2001. Characterization of materials and suggested grain-size distribution for the NASA Ames Research Center Mars Yard. Mars Yard Technical Document No.1, NASA Ames Ames
Internal Technical Document October 2001.29 p.
Cabrol, N. A. 2001. Rover mission scenarios for Martian aqueous environments. Mars Yard Technical Document No.2. NASA-Ames
Internal Technical Document.
Cabrol, N. A. 1999. The ASRO Project Team: Proceedings of the Astronaut-Rover Interaction Post Silver Lake Field Test Debriefing. (Results, lessons learned, and directions for future exploration of planetary surfaces. 1999).
Cabrol, N. A. 1999. 1999 Marsokhod Rover Field Experiment.
Science Plan, (Carol R. Stoker, ed.); 44 pp.
Cabrol, N. A. 1999. The ASRO project: Astronaut-Rover Interaction in Planetary Surface Exploration,
Science Plan, (N. A. Cabrol, R. C. Trevino, and J. J. Kosmo Eds); 50 pp.
Cabrol, N. A. 1997. Nomad Field Experiment.
Science Plan, NASA Ames Research Center Tech. Rpt. 30 pp.
Cabrol, N.A. 1997. Sites for Mars Exploration, In
ESA Exobiology Science Team Study on the Search for Life in the Solar System (Final Report), June 1997, B. Fitton Ed., pp 25-28, ESTEC.
Cabrol, N.A 1995. Rapport de faisabilité d'une mission automatique d'exobiologie sur la planète Mars.
Ministère de l'Enseignement Supérieur et de la Recherche. Rapport de fin de mission post-doctorale, 82 pp, 34 figs.
Cabrol, N.A 1994. Site 079 - Aeolis Southeast, In
Mars Landing Site Catalog, 2nd., Ed., Greeley, R., and P.E Thomas, eds., 218-221.
Cabrol, N. A, E. A. Grin, and G. Dawidowicz 1993. Preliminary Geological Mapping of Gusev Crater.
Internal Report, Laboratoire de Physique du Système Solaire, Observatoire de Paris-Meudon.
Cabrol, N.A 1990. Site 079 - Aeolis Southeast, In
Mars Landing Site Catalog, 1rst Ed., Greeley, R., and P.E Thomas, eds., 218-221.

ABSTRACTS OF COMMUNICATIONS & POSTER PRESENTATIONS

(2009)
Byram, S. K., I. Ukstins Peate, M. K. Reagan, N. A. Cabrol, and E. A, Grin. U-Th geochronological constraints on paleolake levels and climate change recorded in carbonate sedimentation at Laguna Lejía, Northern Chile. Lun. Planet. Sci. Conference, abstract No. 2137, 2009.
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and J. J. Wynne. Detection of caves and cave-bearing geology on Mars.
40th Lun. Planet. Sci. Conference, abstract No. 1040, 2009.
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, L. Bebout, G. Chong, C. Demergasso, E. Fleming, V. Gaete, J. Gibson, D-P Häder, J. Mack, E. Minkley, E. Pinto, K. Rose, I. Ukstins Peate, C. Tambley, C. Williamson, J. J. Wynne. High Lakes Project – Impact of climate variability and high UV flux on lake habitat: Implications for early Mars and present-day Earth.
40th Lun. Planet. Sci. Conference, abstract No. 1141, 2009.
Crumpler, L. S., R. Arvidson, D. Blaney, N. Cabrol, B. Farrand, J. Hurrowitz, K. Lewis, T. McCoy, A. McEwen, H. McSween, D. Ming, R. Morris, J. Rice, S. Ruff, M. Schmidt, C. Schröder, S. Squyres, A. Yen, and A. Yingst. Field reconnaissance geologic mapping of the Columbia Hills, Gusev crater from MER Spirit rover observations.
Lun. Planet. Sci. Conference, abstract No. 2045, 2009.
Ukstins Peate, I., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, R. French, C. Dressing, T. Franklin, K. Parsons, J. Piatek, and G. Chong. Mechanisms for planetary spherules formation and alteration: Salar Grande, Chile – An example of volcanic/aqueous processes interactions.
Lun. Planet. Sci. Conference, abstract, 1435, 2009.
Wynne, J. J., T. N. Titus, M. D. Jhabvala, G. E. Cushing, N. A. Cabrol, and E. A. Grin. Distinguishing caves from non-cave anomalies using thermal infrared: Lessons for the Moon and Mars.
Lun. Planet. Sci. Conference, abstract, No. 2451, 2009.


(2008)
Cabrol, N. A., K. E. Herkenhoff, R. Greeley, E. A. Grin, C. Schröder, C. d’Uston, C. Weitz, R. Aileen Yingst, B. A. Cohen, J. Moore, A. Knudson, B. Franklin, R. C. Anderson, and R. Li. Diversity of soil textures along Spirit’s traverse in Gusev crater. AGU Fall, Meeting, San Francisco, 2008, Abstract No. 2426.
Cabrol, N. A., E.A. Grin, E. Minkley, Y. Yu, L. Bebout, E. Fleming, J. Gibson, C. Demergasso, G. Chong, D. Lim, A. N. Hock
. The High-Lakes Project (HLP): The High-Lakes Project (HLP): Dynamics of Declining Lakes, Habitat Sustainability, and Life in Early Mars Analog Environment Earth Analog Studies for Astobiology: ASTEP and Beyond, Part 1. Abstrobiology Science Conference (AbSciCon), Abstract #14-09, Santa Clara, CA, 2008.
Dorador, C., I. Vila, K. P. Witzel, J. F. Imhoff, C. Demergasso and N. Cabrol. Spatial distribution of microorganisms in the Chilean Altiplano.
12th International Society of Microbial Ecology Conference, 2008.
Greeley, R., R. Arvidson, N. A. Cabrol, P. Christensen, P. Geissler, M. Malin, A. McEwen, G. Neukum, M. Pendleton Hoffer, R. Sullivan, D. Maller, D. William. Mars Aeolian features and processes observed concurrently from orbit and the ground. AGU Fall, Meeting, San Francisco, 2008.

(2007)
Cabrol, . A., E. G. Minkley, Jr., Youngeob Yu, Edmond A. Grin, Clayton Woosley, and Robert L. Morris 2007. 2006 HLP Diving Expedition in the Highest Volcanic Lake on Earth and Characterization of its Ecosystem, SPIE Astrobiology Conference, San Diego, August 26-30 2007.
Cabrol, . A., E. G. Minkley, Jr., Youngeob Yu, Edmond A. Grin, Clayton Woosley, and Robert L. Morris 2007. Unraveling Life’s Diversity in Earth’s Highest Volcanic Lake. Bioastronomy Conference, Puerto Rico, June 2007.
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, K. Herkenhoff, L. Richter, and the Athena Science Team 2007. Soil Sedimentology, Textures and Dynamics at Gusev Crater from Spirit’s Microscopic Imager. 38
th LPSC, #1784.
Ennis, M. E., M. E. Schmidt, T. McCoy, W. Farrand, and N. Cabrol 2007. Hydrovolcano on Mars? A comparison of Home Plate, Gusev crater and Zuni Salt Lake Maar, New Mexico. 38
th LPSC.
Rice, J. W. Jr., N. A. Cabrol, T. McCoy, M. Schmidt, S. W. Squyres, and R. A. Yingst 2007. The phreomagmatic origin of Home Plate, Gusev crater. Volcano-Ice Interaction Conference (abstract).
Schmidt, M. E., N. A. Cabrol, T. McCoy, J. Rice, Jr., R. A. Yingst, and the MER Science Team 2007. Magma-brine interaction to produce Home Plate, Gusev crater. Volcano-Ice Interaction Conference (abstract).
Yingst, R. A., N. A. Cabrol, L. S. Crumpler, and R. Li 2007. Quantitative morphology of particles along the Spirit rover traverse from Sol 450 to Sol 1000. 38
th LPSC.

(2006)
Cabrol, N. A., A. N. Hock, M. Sunagua, and E. A. Grin 2006. Evolution of aqueous habitat and life in high-altitude lakes during rapid climate change: Astrobiological methods & geo and biosignatures. 37th LPSC, (abstract #1016).
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, A. N. Hock, L. Rothschild, and D. Rogoff 2006. New extremes for copepod colonies in the Andes. Astrobiology Science Conference, Washington, (abstract #13).
Cabrol, N. A., 2006. Habitability and life survival potential on early Mars: Clues from the red and the blue planets.
Astrobiology Science Conference, Washington, (abstract #16).
Cabrol, N. A., 2006. Range of potential habitats beyond Earth in the Solar System.
AAAS Annual Meeting, Saint-Louis, Missouri, 16-20 February 2006. Volcano-Ice Interactions Conference, Abstract.
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2006. Conditions for aqueous processes in Gusev crater along the Spirit traverse from the MI and Pancam imagers.
Mars Water Workshop, NASA Ames, Feb. 23-24, 2006 (abstract).
Golombek, L. S. Crumpler, J. A. Grant, R. Greeley, N. A. Cabrol, T. J. Parker, J. W. Rice Jr., J. G. Ward, R. E. Arvidson, J. E. Moersch, R. L. Fergason, P. R. Christensen, A. Castaño, R. Castaño, A. F. C. Haldemann, R. Li, J. F. Bell III and S. W. Squyres 2006. Geology of the Gusev cratered plains from the Spirit rover traverse.
37th LPSC, (abstract #1424).

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

Hardgrove, C. J. Moersch, D. Drake, J. Piatek, D. Wettergreen, and N. Cabrol 2006. Field test and ground truthing of a surface-based neutron detector in the Atacama Desert, Chile. (abstract #2320).
Herkenhoff, K., S. Squyres, R. Arvidson, J. Bell, N. A. Cabrol, M. Chapman, and the MER Science Team 2006. Overview of Athena Microscopic Imager results.
37th LPSC, (abstract #1816).
Schmidt, M. E., T. McCoy, N. A. Cabrol, and the Athena Science Team 2006. Geochemical evidence for a volcanic origin of Home Plate in the Inner Basin of the Columbia Hills, Gusev Crater. AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco.
Weinstein, S., D. Pane, K. Warren-Rhodes, C. Cockell, L. A. Ernst, E. Minkley, G. Fisher, S. Emani, D. S Wettergreen, M. Wagner, N. A. Cabrol, E. Grin, and A. S. Waggoner 2006. Implementation of a daylight fluorescence imaging system to autonomously detect biomarkers of extant life in the Atacama Desert (abstract #1816).

(2005)
Cabrol, N. A., Hock, A. N., E. A. Grin, G. T. Kovacs, and S. Parazynski 2005. Can the Combination of Extremes Protect Life: Clues from Altiplanic Lakes and Implication for Early Mars. AGU Fall Meeting (abstract #7353, PD41D-05).
Cabrol, N. A., Hock, A. N., E. A. Grin, G. T. Kovacs, and S. Parazynski 2005. Combination of environmental extremes in altiplanic lakes and the past habitability of Mars. Salt Lake City Annual Meeting (October 16-19, 2005), abstract # 90041, Vol. 37, No. 7, Paper No. 22-3.
Cabrol, N. A., D. S. Wettergreen, R. Whittaker, E. A. Grin, J. Moersch, G. Chong Diaz, C. Cockell, P. Coppin, J. M. Dohm, G. Fisher, A. N. Hock, L. Marinangeli, N. Minkley, G. G. Ori, J. Piatek, A. Waggoner, K. Warren-Rhodes, S. Weinstein, M. Wyatt, D. Apostolopoulos, T. Smith, M. Wagner, K. Stubb, G. Thomas, and J. Glasgow 2005. Searching for life with rovers: exploration methods & science results from the 2004 field campaign of the “Life in the Atacama” project and applications for future Mars mission.
36th LPSC, (abstract #1244).
Cabrol, N. A., R. Greeley, and the Athena Science Team 2005. Characterization of non-organized soils at Gusev crater with the Spirit rover data.
36th LPSC, (abstract #2328).
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, L. Prufert-Bebout, L. Rothschild, A. N. Hock, and the Mars Underwater (MU) Project Team 2005. Field and diving exploration of the highest lakes on Earth: analogy of environment and habitats with early Mars and life adaptation strategies to UV.
NAI 2005 Biennal Meeting, University of Colorado, Boulder, Center for Astrobiology, (abstract #627).
Blaney, D. L., J. F. Bell III, N. A. Cabrol, P. Christensen, W. H. Farrand, D. Ming, J. Moersch, S. Ruff, and the Athena Science Team 2005. Spectral diversity at Gusev crater from coordinated Mini-TES and Pancam observation.
36th LPSC (abstract).
Crumpler, L. S., and the Athena Science Team 2005. MER field observations and analysis of vesicles in the Gusev plains: Significance as record of emplacement environment.
36th LPSC (abstract).
Des Marais, D. J., B. C. Clark, L. S. Crumpler, J. D. Farmer, J. P. Grotzinger, L. A. Haskin, A. H. Knoll, G. A. Landis, J. Moersch, C. Schröder, T. Wdowiak, A. S. Yen, S. Squyres, and the Athena Science Team 2005. Astrobiology and the basaltic plains in Gusev crater.
36th LPSC (abstract).
Dohm, J. M.,
N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, J. Moersch, G. Chong Diaz, C. Cockell, P. Coppin, G. Fisher, A. N. Hock, L. Marinangeli, N. Minkley, G. G. Ori, J. L. Piatek, K. Warren-Rhodes, S. Weinstein, M. Wyatt, T. Smith, M. Wagner, K. Stubb, G. Thomas, and J. Glasgow 2005. Life in the Atacama – Year 2: Geologic reconnaissance through long-range roving and implications for the search for life. 36th LPSC (abstract # 1579).
Herkenhoff K., S. Squyres, R. Arvidson, D. Bass, J. Bell III, P. Bertelsen,
N. Cabrol, B. Ehlmann, W. Farrand, L. Gaddis, R. Greeley, J. Grotzinger, A. Hayes, S. Hviid, J. Johnson, B. Jolliff, K. Kinch, A. Knoll, M. Lemmon, M. Madsen, J. Maki, S. McLennan, D. Ming, R. Morris, J. Rice, L. Richter, M. Sims, P. Smith, L. Soderblom, N. Spanovich, R. Sullivan, C. Weitz, and the Athena Science Team 2005. Overview of Athena Microscopic Imager results. . 36th LPSC (abstract).
Hock, A. N., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, G. T. Kovacs, R. L. Rothschild, S. E. Parazynski, L. Prufert-Bebout, and the Mars Underwater Science Team (2005). Mars-relevant conditions at the lakes of Licancabur volcano, Bolivia.
2005 AGU Fall Meeting, San Francisco. (Abstract # P41D-06).
Hock, A. N., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, and L. Rothschild 2005. Ultraviolet radiation and life at high-altitude: Licancabur 2004.
NAI 2005 Biennal Meeting, University of Colorado, Boulder, Center for Astrobiology, (abstract # 1043).
Hurowitz, J. A., N. J. Tosca, S. M. McLennan, and the Athena Science Team 2005. Experimental basalt alteration at low pH: implications for weathering relationships on Mars.
36th LPSC (abstract).
Joliff, B. L., and the Athena Science Team 2005. Composition of Meridiani hematite-rich spherules: a mass-balance mixing model approach.
36th LPSC (abstract).
Klingelhofer, G., D. S. Rodionov, R. V. Morris, C. Schroder, P. A. de Souza, D. W. Ming, A. S. Yen, B. Bernhardt, F. Renz, I. Fleischer, T. Wdowiak, S. W. Squyres, and the
Athena Science Team 2005. Mimos II on MER – One year of Moessbauer spectroscopy at the surface of Mars: From jarosite at Meridiani planum to Goethite at Gusev crater. 36th LPSC (abstract #2349).
Madsen, M. B., H. M. Arneson, P. Bertelsen, J. F. Bell III, C. S. Binau, R. Gellert, W. Goetz, H. P. Gunnlaugsson, K. E. Herkenhoff, S. F. Hviid, J. R. Johnson, M. J. Johnson, K. M. Kinch, G. Klingelhofer, J. M. Knudsen, K. Leer, D. E. Madsen, E. McCartney, J. Merrison, D. W. Ming, R. V. Morris, M. Olsen, J. B. Proton, D. Rodionov, M. Sims, S. W Squyres, T. Wdowiak, A. S. Yen, and the Athena Science Team 2005. An update on results from the magnetic properties experiments on the Mars Exploration Rovers, Spirit and Opportunity.
36th LPSC (abstract #2379).
McLennan, S. M J. F. Bell III, W. M. Calvin, P. R. Christensen, B. C. Clark, P. A. de Souza, W. H. Farand, D. Fike, R. Gellert, A. Ghosh, T. D. Glotch, J. P. Grotzinger, B. Hahn, K. E. Herkenhoff, J. A. Hurowitz, J. R. Johnson, S. S. Johnson, B. Jolliff, G. Klingelhöfer, A. H. Knoll, Z. Learner, M. C. Malin, H. Y. McSween Jr., J. Pocock, S. W. Ruff, S. W. Squyres, N. J. Tosca, W. Watters, M. B. Wyatt, and A. Yen, and the Athena Science Team 2005. Provenance and diagenesis of impure sedimentary rocks on Meridiani planum, Mars.
36th LPSC (abstract).
Myers, E., P. Coppin, M. Wagner, K. Fischer, L. Lu, R. McCloskey, D. Seneker,
N. Cabrol, D. Wettergreen, and A. Waggoner. Using near real-time mission data for education and public outreach: strategies from the life in the Atacama E/PO effort. 36th LPSC (abstract).
Moersch, J. E., L. Crumpler, R. Arvidson, D. Blaney, P. Christensen, R. Fergason, M. Golombek, A. Knudson, J. Piatek, S. Ruff, S. Squyres, L. Tornabene, M. Wyatt, and the Athena Science Team 2005, Comparison of orbital infrared observations and surface measurements by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit ay Gusev crater.
36th LPSC (abstract).
Morris, V., D., D. W. Ming, B. C. Clark, G. Klingelhoefer, R. Gellert, D. Rodinov, C. Schroeder, P. de Souza, A. Yen, and The Athena Science Team. Abundance and speciation of water and sulfate at Gusev crater and Meridiani planum.
36th LPSC (abstract).
Parker, T. J., A. F. Haldemann, and the Athena Science Team 2005. A marine origin for the Meridiani planum landing site?
36th LPSC (abstract).
Piatek, J. L., J. E. Moersch, M. Wyatt, N. A. Cabrol, D. S. Wettergreen, R. Whittaker, E. A. Grin, G. Chong Diaz, C. Cockell, P. Coppin, J. M. Dohm, G. Fisher, A. N. Hock, L. Marinangeli, N. Minkley, G. G. Ori, A. Waggoner, K. Warren-Rhodes, S. Weinstein, D. Apostolopoulos, T. Smith, M. Wagner, K. Stubb, G. Thomas, and J. Glasgow 2005. Spectroscopic results from the “Life in the Atacama” project 2004 field season.
36th LPSC (abstract #1563).
Schröder, C., G. Klingelhofer, R. V. Morris, D. S. Rodionov, P. A. de Souza, D. W. Ming, A. S. Yen, J. F. Bell, and the Athena Science Team 2005. Weathering of basaltic rocks from the Gusev plains up into the Columbia Hills from the perspective of the Mössbauer spectrometer.
LPSC (abstract).
Seelos, F. P., R. E. Arvidson, E. A. Guiness, M. J. Wolff, and the Athena Science Team 2005. Radiative transfer photometric analysis at the Mars Exploration Rover landing sites.
36th LPSC (abstract)
Squyres, S. W., and the Athena Science Team 2005. Recent results from the Spirit Mars Exploration Rover. ).
36th LPSC (abstract).
Wang, A. L. A. Haskin, R. L., Korotev, B. L. Jolliff, P. de Souza, Jr. and the Athena Science Team 2005. Evidence of phytosilicate in
Wooly Patch – an altered rock encountered on the Spirit rover traverse. 36th LPSC (abstract).
Warrren-Rhodes, K., S. Weinstein, D. Pane, C. Cockell, J. M. Dohm, J. Piatek, L. A. Ernst, E. Minkley, G. Fisher, S. Emani, D. S. Wettergreen, M. Wagner, N. A. Cabrol, A. S. Waggoner 2005. Mars analog habitat survey and the search for microbial life remotely with an autonomous astrobiology rover. UV.
NAI 2005 Biennal Meeting, University of Colorado, Boulder, Center for Astrobiology, (abstract #861).
Weitz, C. M., R. C. Anderson, J. F. Bell, N. A. Cabrol, W. M. Calvin, B. L. Ehlmann, W. H. Farrand, R. Greeley, K. E. Herkenhoff, B. L. Jolliff, R. V. Morris, L. A. Soderblom, S. W. Squyres, and R. J. Sullivan 2005. Seeing the soils of Meridiani Planum through the eyes of Pancam and Microscopic Imager. (abstract).
Wettergreen, D. S., N. A. Cabrol, W. Whittaker, G. Chong-Diaz, F. Calderon, S. Heys, D. Jonak, A. Lüders, J. Moersch, D. Pane, M. Smith, K. Stubbs, J. Teza, P. Tompkins, D. Villa, C. Williams, M. Wagner, A. Waggoner, S. Weinstein, M. Wyatt 2005. Robotic technologies for surveying habitats and seekinh evidence of life: results from the 2004 field experiments of the “Life in the Atacama” Project.
36th LPSC (abstract).
Yen, A. S., D. W. Ming, R. Gellert, B. C. Clark, R. V. Morris, D. Rodionov, C. Schröder, G. Klingelhöfer, and the Athena Science Team 2005. Subsurface weathering on rocks and soils at Gusev.
36th LPSC (abstract).

(2004)
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, A. Hock, A. Kiss, G. Borics, K. Kiss, E. Acs, G. Kovacs, G. Chong, C. Demergasso, R. Sivila, E. Ortega Casamayor, J. Zambrana, M. Liberman, M. Sunagua Coro, L. Escudero, C. Tambley, V. Gaete, R. L. Morris, B. Grigsby, R. Fitzpatrick, G. Hovde 2004. Investigating the Impact of UV Radiation on High-Altitude Shallow Lake Habitats, Life Diversity, and Life Survival Strategies: Clues for Mars' Past Habitability Potential? Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35, 1049 (abstract).
Cabrol, N. A., E. A Grin, G. Borics, A. Kiss, D. Fike, G. Kovacs, A. Hock, K. Kiss, E. Acs, R. Sivila, E. Ortega Casamayor, G. Chong, C. Demergasso, J. Zambrana, M. Liberman, M. Sunagua Coro, L. Escudero, C. Tambley, V. Angel Gaete, R. L. Morris, B. Grigsby, R. Fitzpatrick, G. Hovde 2004. Short Time Scale Evolution of Microbiolites in Rapidly Receding Altiplanic Lakes: Learning How to Recognize Changing Signatures of Life.
Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35, 1044 (abstract).
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, G. Kovacs, A. Hock, A. Kiss, G. Borics, R. Sivila, K. Kiss, E. Acs, E. Ortega Casamayor, G. Chong, C. Demergasso, J. Zambrana, M. Liberman, M. Sunagua Coro, L. Escudero, C. Tambley, V. Angel Gaete, R. L. Morris, B. Grigsby, R. Fitzpatrick, and G. Hovde 2004. Environment, habitats, diversity and defense strategies of life in terrestrial analogs to martian paleolakes 2004.
Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).
Cabrol, N. A., D. Des Marais, J. Farmer, L. Crumpler, E. A. Grin, K. Milam, J. Grant, R. Greeley, R. C. Anderson, J. Grotzinger, R. Arvidson, M. H. Sims, Geoffrey Landis, D. Blaney, Z. A. Learner, P. A. de Souza, Jr., C. Weitz, and the Athena Science Team 2004. Spirit at Gusev crater: preliminary observations, potential processes and hypotheses.
Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th , (abstract).
Arvidson, R. E., and the Athena Science Team 2004. Geology of the Meridiani Planum as inferred from Mars Exploration Rover observations.
Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th , (abstract).
Banfield, D. and the Athena Science Team 2004. Atmospheric science by the Mars Exploration Rovers. Spring AGU, Montreal, (abstract).
Bell III
, S.W. Squyres, R.E. Arvidson, H.M. Arneson, D. Bass, N. Cabrol, W. Calvin, J. Farmer, W.H. Farrand, W. Goetz, M. Golombek, J. Grant, J. Grotzinger, E. Guinness, L. Haskin, A.G. Hayes, K.E. Herkenhoff, M.J. Johnson, J.R. Johnson, J. Joseph, K. Kinch, M.T. Lemmon, M.B. Madsen, J.N. Maki, E. McCartney, S. McClennan, H.Y. McSween, M. Malin, D.W. Ming, R.V. Morri, E.Z. Noe Dobrea, T.J. Parker, J. Proton, J. Rice, F. Seelos, J. Soderblom, L.A. Soderblom, J.N. Sohl-Dickstein, R.J. Sullivan, M.J. Wolff, A. Wong, and the Athena Science Team 2004. Pancam imaging of the Mars Exploration Rover landing sites in Gusev crater and Meridiani planum, Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th , (abstract).
Bell, J. F. III., and the Athena Science Team 2004. Geology of the Mars Exploration Rover “Opportunity” Meridiani Planum landing site. Spring AGU, Montreal, (abstract).
Blaney, D. L., R. Arvidson, N. Cabrol, P. H. Christensen, B.C. Clark, D. Des Marais, C. d’Uston, T. Economou, J. Farmer, K. Herkenhoff, G. Klingelhofer, S. McLennan, H. Mc Sween, D. Ming, R. Rieder, P. A. de Souza Jr., A. Wang, and the Athena Science Team 2004. Following the Sulfur using the Athena Payload on the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit. Sprin AGU, Montreal,
(abstract).
Crumpler, L., N. A. Cabrol, D. Des Marais, J. D. Farmer, M. Golombek, J. Grant, R. Greeley, J. Grotzinger, L. Haskin, R. Arvidson, S. W. Squyres, Z. Learner, R. Li, M. B. Madsen, M. Malin, M. Payne, T. Parker, F. Seelos, M. Sims, P. de Souza, Jr., A. Wang, C. Weitz, and the Athena Science Team 2004. MER field geologic traverse in Gusev crater, Mars: Initial results from the perspective of Spirit.
Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).
Christensen, P., R. Arvidson, J. L. Bandfield, D. Blaney, C. Budney, W. Calvin, S. Ciccolella, A. Fallacro, R. Fergason, T. Glotch, N. Gorelick, T. Graff, A. Hayes, A. Knudson, H. Y. McSween, Jr., G. Mehall, L. Mehall, K. Milam, J. Moersch, R. Morris, D. Rogers, S. Ruff, A. Saddat, M. D. Smith, S. Squyres, M. Wolff, MM. Wyatt, and the MER Science Team. 2004. Mini-TES observations at Gusev and Meridiani landing sites.
Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).
Christensen, P. R., and the Athena Science Team 2004. Initial mineralogic and geochemical results from the Mars Exploration Rover at Gusev crater. Spring AGU, Montreal, (abstract).
Glotch, T. D., P. R. Christensen, M.B. Wyatt, J. L. Bandfield, T. G. Graff, D. Rogers, S. W. Ruff, R. V. Morris, W. Farrand, W. Calvin, J. E. Moersch, A. Ghosh, J. R. Johnson, A. Fallacaro, D. Blaney, S. W. Squyres, J. F. Bell, G. Klingelhöfer, and the MER Science Team 2004. Lun.
Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).
Golombek, M., J. Grant, T. Parker, J. Crisp, S. Squyres, M. Carr, A. Haldemann, R. Arvidson, B. Ehlmann, J. Bell, P. Christensen, R. Fergason, S. Ruff, N. Cabrol, R. Kirk, J. Johnson, L. Soderblom, C. Weitz, M. Malin, J. Rice, R. Anderson and the Athena Science Team. Preliminary assessment of Mars Exploration Rover landing site predictions.
Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).
Golombek, M., and the Athena Science Team 2004. MER-B landing site in Meridiani planum.
Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).
Grant, J. A. and the Athena Science Team 2004. Geology of the Columbia Memorial Station, Gusev crater, Mars. Spring AGU, Montreal, (abstract).
Greeley, R., S. Squyres, N. Cabrol
, M. Golombek, J. Grant, E. Grin, H. McSween, K. Milam, J. Moersch, K. Stockstill, S. Thompson, P. Whelley, and the MER Athena Science Team 2004. Geology of Gusev crater: initial results from the Mars exploration from the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit. European Geophysical Union Assembly, (abstract).
Greeley, S. R., Thompson, P. Whelley, D. Williams, E. Kolb, S. Squyres, G. Neukum, R. Arvidson, M. Malin, R. Kuzmin, P. Christensen, S. Rafkin, T. Michaels, James Rice, N. Cabrol, L. Richter, and the Athena, HRSC, THEMIS, and MOC Science Teams 2004. Mars wind-related features seen by imaging from the Mars Exploration Rovers (MER) and the Mars Express Orbiter.
European Geophysical Union, (abstract).
Greeley, R., S.D. Thompson, P.L. Whelley, S. Squyres, G. Neukum, R. Arvidson, M. Malin, R. Kuzmin, P. Christensen, S. Rafkin, T. Michaels, P. Pinet, B. Joliff, N. Cabrol, L. Richter
1, E. Hauber , H. Hoffmann, R. Jaumann, and the Athena, HRSC, THEMIS, and MOC science teams 2004. Coordinated observations of aeolian features from the Mars Exploration Rovers (MER) and the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera and other orbiters. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).
Haldemann, A., J. Crisp, J. Schofield, R. Arvidon, and the Athena Science Team 2004. Mars Exploration Rover science operation during cruise, prime, and extended mission.
Spring AGU, Montreal, (abstract).
Herkenhoff, S. Squyres, B. Archinal, R. Arvidson, D. Bass, J. Barrett, K. Becker, T. Becker, J. Bell III, N. A. Cabrol, D. Burr, D. Cook, L. Crumpler, L. Gaddis, A. Ghosh, A. Hayes, A. Howington-Kraus, J. Johnson1, B. Jolliff, R. Kirk, E.M. Lee, M. Lemmon, J. Maki, S. McLennan, D. Ming, R. Morris, C. Niebur, J. Rice, M. Rosiek, M. Sims, P. Smith, N. Spanovich, B. Sucharski, T. Sucharski, R. Sullivan, J. Torson, C. Weitz,the Magnetic Properties Team, and the Athena Science Team 2004. First results of the Athena Microscopic Imager investigation.
Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).
Johnson, J., and the Athena Science Team 2004. Mineralogy and geochemistry at the Meridiani landing site. Spring AGU, Montreal, (abstract).
Kiss, K. T., E. Acs, G. Boris, N. Cabrol, I. Grigorsky, E. Grin, A. Kiss, K. Szabo, and B. Toth 2004. Habitats extrêmes pour les communautés de diatomées dans les lacs de haute altitude (Laguna Blanca et lac de cratère du volcan Licancabur, Bolivie).
23ème Colloque de l’ADLaF. Orléans, France (13-16 septembre 2004).

Klingelhöefer G., R. V. Morris, B. Bernhardt, C. Schröder, D. Rodionov, P.A. de Souza Jr, A.Yen, F. Renz, T. Wdowiak, S. Squyres, and the Athena Science Team 2004. Mössbauer spectroscopy of soils and rocks at Gusev crater and Meridiani Planum. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).

Klingelhöfer, G., R. V. Morris, H. Wänke, B. Bernhardt, P.A. de Souza, C. Schröder, D. Rodionov, A. Yen, R. Heninger, , J. Rademacher, S. W. Squyres, and the MER Athena Science Team 2004. Meridiani Planum: Geochemistry and mineralogy. European Geophysical Union, (abstract).

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

Li, R., K. Di, L. Matthies, M. Maimone, R.E. Arvidson, L. Crumpler, F. Xu, J. Wang, X. Niu, C. Serafy, D. Ming, L. Richter, D.D. Marais, M. Golombek, S. Squyres, A. Johnson, J. Bell, J.N. Maki, M. Malin, T. Parker, L. Edwards, M. Sims, A. Wang, J. Garvin, L. Soderblom, and the Athena Science Team 2004. Topographic mapping and rover localization in MER 2003 mission landing sites. Spring AGU, Montreal, (abstract).
Malin, M. and the Athena Science Team 2004. Geomorphology of the Mars Exploration Rover (MER-A) landing site from observations by the Spirit rover.
Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).
McSween, H. Y., J. L. Bandfield, J. F. Bell, D. Blaney, W. M. Calvin, P. R. Christensen, B. C. Clark, T. Economou, W. Farrand, K. Herkenhoff, J. R. Johnson, G. Klingelhoffer, S. M. McLennan, J. E. Moersch, R. V. Morris, R. Rieder, S. W. Ruff, H. Wanke, M. B. Wyatt, J. Zipfel, and the MER Science Team 2004. Mineralogy and geochemistry at the MER-A landing site in Gusev. Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).
Ming D. W, R. C. Anderson, R. E. Arvidson, J. F. Bell, III, J. Biesiadecki, P. H. Christensen, S. P. Gorevan, B. L. Ehlmann, E. A. Guinness, T. G. Graff, R. L. Fergason, A. F. C. Haldeman, K. E. Herkenhoff, J. R. Johnson, G. A. Landis, M. T. Lemmon, R. Li, R. Lindemann, J. R. Matijevic, R. V. Morris, L. Richter, F. P. Seelos, J. Soderblom, S. W. Squyres, R. J. Sullivan, A. Yen, and the
MER Athena Science Team 2004. Soil and rock properties at the Mars Exploration Rover Gusev crater landing site: early returns. Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th, (abstract).
Ming, D. W., and the MER Athena Science Team 2004. Soil and rock physical properties at the Gusev crater and Meridiani planum landing sites.
Spring AGU, Montreal, (abstract).
Morris, R. V., S. Squyres, R. E. Arvidson, J. F. Bell III, P. C. Christensen, S.Gorevan, K. Herkenhoff, G. Klingelhoefer, R. Rieder, W. Farrand, A. Ghosh, T. Glotch, J. R. Johnson, M. Lemmon, H. Y. McSween, D. W. Ming, C. Schroeder, M. Wyatt, and the Athena Science Team 2004. A first look at the mineralogy and geochemistry of the MER-B landing site in Meridiani Planum.
Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th , (abstract).
Rice, J., S. W. Squyres, and the Athena Science Team 2004.Geology of the Meridiani planum landing site: results from the Mars Exploration Rover Opportunity.
Spring AGU, Montreal, (abstract).
Richter, L., and the Athena Science Team 2004. Rock and soil physical properties at the MER Gusev crater landing site.
European Geophysical Union Assembly , (abstract).
Richter L.,R.C. Anderson, R. Arvidson, J. Bell, P. Christensen, S. Gorevan, R. Greeley, E. Guinness, A.F.C. Haldeman, K. Herkenhoff, G. Landis, R. Li, R. Lindemann, J. Matijevic, N. Snider, H. Stewart, R. Sullivan, S.W. Squyres, and the MER Athena Science Team 2004. Rock and soil properties at the MER Gusev crater landing site. Spring AGU, Montreal, (abstract).
Rieder, R., R. Geller, J. Bruckner B. C. Clark, G. Dreibus, C. d’Uston, T. Economou. G. Klingelhöfer, G. W. Lugmair, H. Wanke, A. Yen, J. Zipfel, S. W. Squyres, and the Athena Science Team. 2003. APXS on Mars: Analysis of soils and rocks at Gusev crater and Meridiani planum.
Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th , (abstract).
Seelos, F.P., J. M. Soderblom, W. H. Farrand, J. R. Johnson. J. N. Sohl-Dickstein, J. F. Bell III, S. W. Squyres, R. E. Arvidson, R. V. Morris, W. M. Calvin, D. L. Blaney, and the Athena Science Team 2004. Mars Exploration Rover panoramic camera multidimensional analyses and surface spectral variability.
Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. 35th , (abstract).
Sullivan, R.C. Anderson, R. Arvidson, J. Bell, J. Biesiadecki, P. Christensen, S. Gorevan, E. Guinness, A.F.C. Haldeman, K. Herkenhoff, G. Landis, R. Li, R. Lindemann, J. Matijevic, D. Ming, L. Richter, N. Snider, H. Stewart, S.W. Squyres, and the MER Athena Science Team. Rock and soil physical properties at the MER Terra Meridiani landing site.
European Geophysical Union, (abstract).
Wänke, H., R. Rieder, J. Brückner, G. Dreibus, R. Gellert, G. Klingelhöfer, A. Yen, J. Zipfel, S. W. Squyres, and the MER Science Team 2004. Gusev: Geochemistry and mineralogy.
European Geophysical Union, (abstract).
Weitz C., J. Bell, N. Cabrol, J. Grant, R. Greeley, E. Grin, K. Herkenhoff, J. Soderblom, S. Squyres, R. Sullivan, and the Athena Science Team 2004. Characteristics of the soils at Meridiani Planum, Mars.
Spring AGU, Montreal, (abstract).

Wolff, M., and the Athena Science Team 2004. Atmospheric Science with the Mars Exploration Rovers: Things Are Looking Up. Spring AGU, Montreal, (abstract).

(2003)

Thomas, G, N.A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, R. Anderson, J. Wagner, Z. Xiang, A. Kanduri, and J. Glasgow 2003. Human-centered evaluation of information needs for geologists and Mars exploration. ITCC Conference, Abstract.
Acs E., N. A. Cabrol, I. Grigorszky, I. Friedmann, A. Kiss, K. Szabó , and K. T. Kiss 2003. Similarities and dissimilarities in biodiversity of three high-altitude mountain lakes (Andes, Bolivia). 6th Hungarian Ecological Congress, (Dombos M and G. Lakner, Eds.). St. Stephan University, Pub.lishers. Godollo:305.
Fike, D.; Cabrol, N.; Grin, E.; Hock, A.; and the 2002 Licancabur Expedition Team. 2003. Exploring the limits of life: microbiology and organic geochemistry of the world's highest lake atop the Licancabur volcano (6000m) and adjacent high altitude lakes. EGS - AGU - EUG Joint Assembly, Nice, France, April 2003.
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, C. P. McKay, I. Friedmann, G. Chong Diaz, C. Demergasso, K. Kisse, I. Grigorszky, R. Ocampo Friedmann, M. S. Murbach, A. Hock, D. A. Fike, C. Tambley, L. Escudero, E. deVore, and B. H.Grigsby 2003.
First results of the expedition to the highest lake on earth: studying a martian paleolake in bolivia and the survival strategies developed by living organisms. 34th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf: 1140.
Kramer, M. N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, C. Potter, M. H. Carr, R. Sletten, J. Dohm, M. Urquhart, C. Tao 2003. Possible surface water/ice flow histories of the uplands region surrounding Gusev Crater.
NAI General Meeting 2003. ASU, Feb. 10-12. (abstract).
Hock, A. N., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, M. Murbach, D. A. Fike, B. Grigsby, D. A. Paige, C. P. McKay, G. Chong, C. Demargasso, I Friedmann, R. Ocampo-Friedmann, K. T. Kiss, I. Grigorsky, E. deVore 2002. The thermal environment of the world’s highest lake: Results from the first field season at Licancabur Volcano and implications for astrobiology. 
Eos Trans. AGU, 83(47), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P71A-0435, 2002.

(2002)
Hock, A. N., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, D. A. Fike, D. A. Paige, 2002 Licancabur Expedition Team, Hydrothermal circulation at the world's highest lake?  An environmental study of the Licancabur Volcano crater lake as a terrestrial analog to martian paleolakes.  Geophys. Res. Abs., 5, 13586, 2003.
Cabrol, N. A., and the Licancabur Expedition Team 2002: Licancabur 2002 High-Altitude Expedition: Exploring the Environment and the Limits of Life in the Highest Lake on Earth as an Analog to Martian Paleolakes. AGU Fall Assembly, Paper #: P61D-06.
Squyres, S. S., and the Athena Science Team 2002. The MER Mission's Athena Science Investigation
AGU Fall Assembly, San Francisco (December 6-10, 2002)
Grin E. A. et al., 2002. Exploring Gusev with MER A. In
: AGU (December 6-10, 2002 Fall Meeting, Paper No. 6225 (Abstract)
Thakoor, S., Chahl, M. V. Srinivasan, N. A. Cabrol, L. Young, H. Butler, S. Zornetzer 2002. Mars exploration using biomorphic flyers.
Cospar/WSC, Oct. 2002, Houston.
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2002.
Astrobiological Implications of Modern Glaciers and Surface Ice on Mars. 2nd Astrobiology Conference, NASA Ames Research Center. April 2002.
Cabrol, N. A, E. A. Grin, D. Fike, H. Newsom, I. Thorsos, N. G. Barlow, R. De Hon, and J. Bishop 2002. Overview of Science and Testable Hypotheses at the Gusev Crater MER A Landing Site. 3
rd Landing Site Workshop, Pasadena, March 2002 (abstract of communication).
Newsom, H., C. Barber, I. Thorsos, A. Davies, N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, N. G. Barlow, R. De Hon, and J. Bishop 2002. Impact Hydrothermal Processes at the Gusev Crater MER A Landing Site, and the Sinus Meridiani Site Landing Site. 3
rd Landing Site Workshop, Pasadena, March 2002 (abstract of communication).
Barlow, N. G., N. A. Cabrol, E. A. Grin, H. Newsom, R. DeHon 2002. Gusev Crater: Assessing its Relevance as the MER-A Landing Site. 3
rd Landing Site Workshop, Pasadena, March 2002 (abstract of communication).
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2002. The Recent Mars Global Warming (MGW) and/or South Pole Advance (SPA) hypothesis: Global geological evidence and reasons why gullies might still be forming today.
33th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., abstract. 1058.
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and D. Fike 2002. Gusev Crater: A Landing Site for MER A.
33th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., abstract 1142.
Grin, E. A., N. A. Cabrol, and D. Fike 2002. New evidence of an ice-covered lake in Gusev crater.
33th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., abstract 1145.
Grin, E. A., G. Leone, and N. A. Cabrol 2002. Potential sites for evaporite deposits in Gusev crater floor within 2003 MER A landing ellipse. 33th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., abstract 1143.

(2001)
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and J. M. Dohm 2001. From Gullies to Glaciers: a Morphological Continuum Supporting a Recent Climate Change on Mars. AGU Fall Assembly, San Francisco.
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2001. The evolution of lacustrine environments on Mars from Viking to MGS and its astrobiological significance.
European Geophysical Society (EGS) General Assembly, Nice
Cabrol, N. A., D. D. Wynn-Williams, D. A. Crawford, and E. A. Grin 2001. Recent aqueous environments in impact craters and the Astrobiology exploration of Mars.
32nd Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1251 (abstract).
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and D. D. Wynn-Williams 2001. Prolonged ponding episode in C-Newton crater in recent geological times on Mars.
32nd Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1255 (abstract).
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and D. D. Wynn-Williams 2001. Exploring Impact Crater Lakes in 2003. In:
First Landing Site Workshop for the 2003 Mars Rover exploration Rovers, LPI Contribution No. 1079, 10-11.

(2000)
Cabrol, N. A., Gian Gabriele Ori, Edmond. A. Grin, Michael H. Sims, Lucia Marinangeli, Christopher McKay, John Marshall, Hans Thomas, Maura Rabette, and Ragnhild Landheim. 2000. Mars scout: micromissions to investigate martian environments. In: Workshop for Concept and Approaches for Mars Missions, July 2000, LPI.
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2000. Assessing the Water Resources of Mars (Inventory and Exploration Means). In: International Symposium of Water, Stars, and Life, Cannes (France), May 30-June 1rst 2000.
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2000. High-latitude martian impact paleolakes: the possible contribution of snowfall and ancient glaciers in the lacustrine activity associated to Argyre and Hellas.
Polar Conf. Aug., 2000, Iceland.
Cabrol, N. A, and E. A. Grin 2000. Recent Lakes on Mars. 2000. Recent Lakes on Mars. Astrobiology Conference, April 3-5, NASA Ames Research Center.
Cockell, C. S., N. A. Cabrol, E.A. Grin, and R.M. Haberle 2000. Environmental stress and the search for life on Mars. Astrobiology Conference, April 3-5, NASA Ames Research Center.
Cabrol, N. A., Gian Gabriele Ori, Edmond. A. Grin, Lucia Marinangeli, Christopher McKay, John Marshall, Hans Thomas, Maura Rabette, Mike Sims, Ragnhild Landheim. 2000. Mars scout: an astrobiology micromission to investigate martian environments. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract).
Haberle R. M., C. P. McKa,y, J. Schaeffer, M. Joshi, N. A. Cabrol, and E. A. Grin 2000. Meteorological control on the formation of paleolakes on Mars. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract) 1509.
Johnson, J. R. S.W. Ruff
, J. Moersch, T. Roush, K. Horton, J. Bishop, N. A. Cabrol, C. Cockell, P. Gazis, H.E. Newsom, and C. Stoker 2000. Geological Characterization of Remote Field Sites Using Visible and Infrared Spectroscopy: Results from the 1999 Marsokhod Field Test. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract).
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, R. Haberle, C. McKay, M. Joshi, and J. Schaeffer 2000. Distribution and ages of martian impact crater lakes (I): the morphological evidence for recent lacustrine activity. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract) 1504.
Grin, E. A., and N. A. Cabrol 2000. Hydrologic and climatic significance of lacustrine deltas in martian impact craters. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract) 1299.
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 2000. Lacustrine deltas in martian impact crater lakes: morphologies, types, and significance. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract).
Cabrol, N. A. 2000. Astronaut-Rover exploration strategy (ARES) for the human exploration of Mars. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract).

(1999)
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and L. Marinangeli 1999. Hydrology In The Durius Valles Region, Mars: Evaluation Of Possible Correlations With Volcanism And Magnetic Anomalies. 31th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf. (abstract).
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 1999. Evolution Of Lacustrine Environments On Mars And Their Significance: The Case For The Brazos Lakes And East Terra Meridiani Basins As Landing Sites For Surveyor 2001. In:
Workshop on Mars 2001: Integrated science in preparation for sample return and human exploration. (abstract # 2524), 25-28.
Grin, E. A., N. A.Cabrol, and C. P. McKay, 1999. The Hypothesis Of Caves On Mars Revisited Through Mgs Data; Their Potential As Targets For The Surveyor Program. In:
Workshop on Mars 2001: Integrated science in preparation for sample return and human exploration. (abstract # 2535), 43-45.
Cabrol, N. A. 1999. The Critical Importance Of An Integrated Approach Between The Mars Surveyor Program And The Future Human Exploration Landing Site Selection. In:
Workshop on Mars 2001: Integrated science in preparation for sample return and human exploration. (abstract), 23-25.
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and L. Marinangeli 1999. Origin of recent fluvio-lacustrine activity in the Durius Valles region of Mars, DPS, AAS Meeting, Padova, abstract No. 91.
Stoker, C. R., and N. A. Cabrol 1999. The 1999 Silver Lake Marsokhod Field Test: Simulation of a Mars Rover Sample Return Mission, DPS, AAS Meeting, abstract.
Cabrol, N. A., J.J. Kosmo, R.C. Trevino, H. Thomas, the Marsokhod Rover Team and the I-Suit Team 1999.
Results of the First Astronaut-Rover (ASRO) Interaction Field Experiment and Recommendations for Future Planetary Surface Exploration. 18th Digital Avionics Systems Conference. Saint-Louis, October 1999.
Cabrol, N. A. 1999. Concept Mapping as a Support for Mars Landing-Site Selection: the Case of Gusev Crater.
Landing Site Workshop, Buffalo June 1999.
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and K Hand 1999
The MARS Surveyor Program, Human Exploration Objectives and the Case for Gusev Crater. Landing Site Workshop, Buffalo June 1999.
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, and K Hand 1999.
Candidate-Landing Sites And Back-Ups For The Mars Surveyor Program In The Schiaparelli. Crater Region. Landing Site Workshop, Buffalo June 1999.
Cabrol, N. A, J. J. Kosmo, R. C. Trevino, H. Thomas, D. Eppler, M. G. Bualat, K. Baker, E. Huber, M. Sierhuis, E. A. Grin, C. R. Stoker, J. A. Schreiner, M. H. Sims, V. C. Gulick, and C. S. Cockell 1999. Results Of The First Astronaut-Rover (ASRO) Field Experiment: Lessons And Directions For The Human Exploration Of Mars.
5th Conference of Mars, #6055.
Cabrol, N. A. 1999. Amazonian fluvial activity on mars: combination of volcano-tectonic environment and possible subglacial drainage in the generation of flow in Durius valles.
30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1022.
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin 1999. Sedimentary record in Martian impact crater paleolakes as indicators of past climate, hydrogeologic processes, and environment evolution.
30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1023.
Cabrol, N. A. 1999. The Martian impact crater lakes database: a Web Resource for the planetary science community and for educational and public outreach 1999.
30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1024.
Cabrol, N. A., V. C. Gulick, and G. A. Briggs 1999. Educational outreach products at ARC’s Center for Mars Exploration.
30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1070.
Cabrol, N. A., E. A. Grin, R. Landheim, R. Greeley, and R. O. Kuzmin 1999. About the “non-evidence” of a paleolake in Gusev crater, Mars.
30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1030.
Cabrol, N. A. 1999. Amazonian fluvial activity on Mars: Combination of volcano-tectonic environment and possible subglacial drainage in the generation of flow in Durius Valles.
30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1022.
Cabrol, N. A., J. J. Kosmo, R. C. Trevino, C. R. Stoker, the Marsokhod Rover Team, and the Advanced EVA Technology Team, 1999. Astronaut-Rover Interaction for Planetary Surface Exploration: 99’ Silver Lake first ASRO experiment.
30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1069.
Grin, E. A. 1999. Predictive Analysis Of Groundwater Inflow Into Deep Martian Impact Craters.
30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1025.
Stoker, C., N. A. Cabrol, T. Roush, V. Gulick, G. Hovde, J. Moersch, and the Marsokhod Rover Team 1999. 1999 Marsokhod Field Experiment: A simulation of a Mars rover science mission.
30th Lun. Plan. Sci. Conf., 1278.

(1998)
Lee, P.T., T.E. Bunch, N. A. Cabrol, C.S. Cockell, R.A.F. Grieve, C.P. Mckay, J.W. Rice, Jr., J.W. Schutt, and A. P. Zent 1998. Haughton-Mars 97 - I 1998: Overview of observations at the Haughton Impact Crater, a Unique Mars Analog Site in the Canadian High Arctic. Lunar and Planetary Sscience Conference 29th, Houston.
Grin, E.A. and N.A. Cabrol 1998. Deep Basalt Aquifers in Orcus Patera, Elysium Basin Mars: Perspectives for Exobiology.
NASA AMES Mars Landing SiteWorkshop, jan 26-27th.
Grin, E.A., and N.A. Cabrol 1998. Ma’adim Vallis estuarine delta in Elysium Basin and its relevance as a landing site for exobiology exploration on Mars.
NASA AMES Mars Landing Site Workshop, jan 26-27th.
Cabrol, N.A., and E.A. Grin 1998. Gale crater: An amazonian paleolake at the plateau/plain boundary.
NASA AMES Mars Landing Site Workshop, jan 26-27th.
Cabrol, N.A., E.A. Grin, R. Landheim, R. Greeley, R. Kuzmin, And C.P. Mckay 1998. Gusev crater paleolake: two-billion years of Martian geologic (and biologic ?) history. NASA AMES Mars Landing Site Workshop, jan 26-27th.
Cabrol, N.A., E.A. Grin, R. Landheim, and C.P. Mckay 1998. Cryovolcanism as a possible origin for pancake-domes in the Mars 98 landing site area: relevance for climate reconstruction and exobiology exploration. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.
Grin, E.A., and N.A. Cabrol 1998. Ma’adim Vallis estuarine delta in Elysium Basin and its relevance as a landing site for exobiology exploration on Mars.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.
Cabrol, N.A. 1998. Global Survey of Impact Crater-Lakes on Mars: Their Potential for Major Science Return.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.
Grin, E.A. and N.A. Cabrol 1998. Deep Basalt Aquifers in Orcus Patera, Elysium Basin Mars: Perspectives for Exobiology.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.
Cabrol, N.A., and E.A. Grin 1998. Subsidence Areas and Groundwater Model Applied to Ma’adim Vallis Region, Mars.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.
Grin, E.A., N.A. Cabrol, and C.P. Mckay 1998. Caves in the Martian Regolith and Their Significance for Exobiology Exploration.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.
Cabrol, N.A., G. Chong Diaz, L. Pedersen, J.M. Dohm, M. Pereira Arredondo, G. Dunfield, V.C. Gulick, A. Jensen Iglesia, R. Keaten, C. Herrera Lamelli, R. Landheim, P.C. Lee, T. Roush, K. Schwher, C.R. Stoker, and A. Zent 1998. Atacama I: Science Results of the 1997 Nomad Rover Field Test in the Atacama Desert, Chile.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.
Cabrol, N.A., G. Chong Diaz, G. Dunfield, J.M. Dohm, M. Pereira Arredondo, V.C. Gulick, A. Jensen Iglesia, R. Keaten, C. Herrera Lamelli, R. Landheim, P.C. Lee, L. Pedersen, T. Roush, K. Schwher, C.R. Stoker, and A. Zent 1998. Atacama II: Nomad Rover Sample 1-250697 and implications for fossil characterization during Mars exploration.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.
Cabrol, N.A., P.C. Lee, G. Chong Diaz, L. Pedersen, J.M. Dohm, M. Pereira Arredondo, G. Dunfield, V.C. Gulick, A. Jensen Iglesia, R. Keaten, C. Herrera Lamelli, R. Landheim, T. Roush, K. Schwher, C.R. Stoker, and A. Zent 1998. Atacama III: Meteorite Search During the Nomad Field Tests: Perspectives on Automated Field Operations by Teleoperated Vehicles in Extreme Environments.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 29th, Houston.

(1997)
Cabrol, N. A., and E. A. Grin (1997). Hydrogeology and Exobiology significance of Martian large crater lakes. In Early Mars Conference, Houston April 24-27th.
Kuzmin, R.O., R. Greeley, R. Landheim, and N.A. Cabrol, "Geologic mapping of Gusev Crater-Ma'adim Vallis Region, Mars," (abstract), Lunar Planet Sci. Conf. XXVIII, pp. 779-780 (1997).
Cabrol, N.A., E.A. Grin, and R. Landheim 1997. Ma’adim Vallis paleocourses.,
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 28th Houston.
Cabrol, N.A., E.A.Grin, and W. Pollard 1997. Perennial frost mounds in Gusev Crater (Mars).
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 28th, Houston.
Grin, E.A., and N.A. Cabrol 1997b. Antarctic analogs for a perennial ice-covered paleolake in Gusev Crater (Mars).
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 28th, Houston.
Grin, E.A., and N.A. Cabrol 1997a. Subglacial rotary currents in Gusev Crater paleolake (Mars).
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 28th, Houston.
Cabrol, N.A 1997. Early Amazonian lake in Gale Crater (Mars)
. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 28th, Houston.

(1996)
Cabrol, N.A, And E.A. Grin 1996b. Ice-rind or why the vertical erosion of martian fluvial valleys is not coherent with their slope. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 27th, Houston., 187-188.
Cabrol, N.A, E.A. Grin, V.C.Gulick, C.P. Mckay, R. Greeley, M. Sims, and G. Briggs (1996). Rover mobility and sampling strategy on Mars: The case for Gusev crater.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 27th, Houston 189-190.
Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin (1996a) Duration of aqueous sedimentation and favorable environments for Life inception on Mars: a case in Aeolis region. In
ISSOL’s 96 International conference report.

(1995)
Cabrol, N.A., and A. Brack (1995). Episodic oasis for water-dependant life on Mars. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 26th, Houston, 201-202.
Cabrol, N.A, E.A.Grin, and G. Dawidowicz 1995. Shalbatana Vallis (Mars) : Headwater migration as an alternative to recharge process.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 26th, Houston, 203-204.
Cabrol, N.A, C.P Mckay, and E.A.Grin 1995. Was life discontinuous on Mars ? Geology and Exobiology arguments.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 26th, Houston, 205-206.

(1994)
Cabrol, N.A, E.A. Grin, and G. Dawidowicz 1994. A lake inside Ma'adim Vallis. XIX EGS General Assembly.
Grin, E.A, N.A. Cabrol, and G. Dawidowicz 1994. Proposal for a topographic survey of Gusev crater. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 25th, Houston, 483-484.
Landheim, R., N.A. Cabrol, R. Greeley, and J. Farmer 1994. Stratigraphic assessment of Gusev crater as an exobiology landing site. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 25th, Houston, 769-770.
Landheim, R., R. Greeley, J.D. Farmer, and N.A. Cabrol, "Gusev Crater-Ma‚Adim Vallis: A Target in the Search for Extinct Life on Mars " abstract, Gordon Research Conf. Origin of Life and Evolution of the Biosphere (1994).
Cabrol, N.A., R. Landheim, R.Greeley, and J. Farmer 1994. Fluvial processes and sedimentation in Ma'adim Vallis and Gusev crater : arguments for a high priority exobiology site,
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 25th, Houston, 213-214.

(1993)
Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin 1993. Identification of potential life habitats through time on Mars: location of water reservoirs. EGS, General Assembly.
Cabrol, N.A., E.A. Grin, A. Dollfus, and G. Dawidowicz 1993. An ancient inner lake in Ma'adim Vallis. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 24th, Houston, 241-242.

(1992)
Cabrol, N.A 1992e. Topology of martian hydrology : implications for future explorations. Bull. Am. Astron. Society, 24/3, 976.
Cabrol, N.A 1992d. Residual aquifer reservoirs on Mars : implications for future missions.
World Space Congress, Washington.
Cabrol, N.A. 1992c. L'eau sur Mars : conditions d'écoulement et implications pour les futures missions.
Congrès de la Société Française des Spécialistes d'Astronomie, Meudon (France).
Cabrol, N.A (1992b). Martian channel network organization: arguments for subsurface aquifer drainage.
EGS General Assembly, Edinburg.
Cabrol, N.A 1992a Recurrent rules in martian channel organization : implications for their formation.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 23th, Houston, 195-196.
Grin E. A., and N.A. Cabrol 1992. Modeling martian channels by bifurcation theory and differential topology: arguments for drainage of subsurface aquifers.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 23th, Houston, 455-456.
Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin 1992. Sites of residual aquifers on Mars through channel analysis
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 23th, Houston, 197-198.
Grin E. A., and N.A. Cabrol 1992. Modeling martian channels by bifurcation theory and differential topology: arguments for drainage of subsurface aquifers.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 23th, Houston, 455-456.

(1991)
Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin 1991b. Martian channel networks: a revised Strahler approach for quantitative morphometry. In Workshop on Martian surface and atmosphere through time.
Cabrol, N.A, and E.A. Grin 1991a. Relation between impact seismicity and runoff formation by fluidization of permafrost.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 22th, Houston , 165-167.

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

(1989)
Cabrol, N.A, E.A. Grin, and A. Dollfus 1989. Mars landing site project : systemic analysisor evaluation of mission productivity and site selection. Colloque International Phobos-Mars, Paris (France).
Cabrol, N.A. 1989 Morphological variations and evolution of channels on Mars.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 20th, Houston, 135-136.

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