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2015-02-09

Vasavada A., Grotzinger J.P., Gupta S., Haberle R.M., Mischna M.A., Richardson M.I., Wiens R.C. (2015) What can Curiosity’s study of Gale crater tell us about Mars’ ancient climate? Lunar Planet. Sci XLVI, 2161, The Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX.


 
2015-02-09

Tokar R.L., Wiens R.C., Maurice S., Pilleri A., Gellert R., Anderson R.B., Bender S.C., Clegg S.M., Dyar M.D., Fabre C., Forni O., Gasnault O., Lasue J., and Melikechi N. (2015) Relationship between MSL/ChemCam laser focus, plasma temperature, and compositional calibrations. Lunar Planet. Sci. XLVI, 1369, The Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX


 
2015-02-09

Thomas N.H., Elhmann B.L., and Anderson D.E. (2015) Characterization of hydrogen abundance in LIBS data. Lunar Planet. Sci. XLVI, 2119, The Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX.


 
2015-02-09

Schwenzer S., Bridges J.C., Leveille R., Wiens R.C., Mangold N., McAdam A., Conrad P., Kelley S.P., Westall F., Martin-Torres J., and Zorzano M.-P. (2015) Fluids, evaporation and precipates at Gale crater, Mars. Lunar Planet. Sci. XLVI, 1441, The Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX


 
2015-02-09

Schroeder S., Cousin A., Meslin P.-Y., Gasnault O., Maurice S., Lasue J., Forni O., Bridges N., Clark B., Wiens R.C., and the MSL Science Team (2015) ChemCam soil analyses—unusually high hydrogen in the Hidden Valley soils at Gale crater, Mars. Lunar Planet. Sci. XLVI, 2022, The Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX.


 

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