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100.  

Anderson D.E., Ehlmann B.L., Forni O., Clegg S.M. and 10 more authors (2017) Characterization of laser induced breakdown spectroscopy (LIBS) emission lines for the identification of chlorides, carbonates, and sulfates in salt/basalt mixtures for the application of MSL ChemCam data, J. Geophys. Res. Planets 122, 744-770, doi:10.1002/2016JE005164.

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Gasda P.J., Haldeman E.B., Wiens R.C., Rapin W., Bristow T.F., Bridges J.C., Schwenzer S.P., Clark B., Herkenhoff K., Frydenvang J., Lanza N.L., Maurice S., Clegg S., Delapp D.M., Sanford V.L., Bodine M.R., and McInroy R. (2017) In situ detection of boron by ChemCam on Mars. Geophys. Rev. Lett. 44, doi:10.1002/2017GL074480.

98.  

Dequaire T., Meslin P.-Y., Beck P., Jaber M., Cousin A., Rapin W., Lasue J., Gasnault O., Maurice S., Buch A., Szopa C., Coll P., and the MSL Science Team (2017) Analysis of carbon and nitrogen signatures with laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy; the quest for organics under Mars-like conditions. Spectrochim. Acta B131, 8-17, doi:10.1016/j.sab.2017.02.015.

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Lucey P.G., Trang D., Johnson J.R., and Glotch T.D. (2017) Derivation of optical constants for nanophase hematite and application to modeled abundances from in-situ Martian reflectance spectra. Icarus 300, 167-173, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2017.09.010.

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Edwards P.H., Bridges J.C., Wiens R.C., Anderson R., Dyar M.D., Fisk M., Thompson L., Gasda P., Filiberto J., Schwenzer S.P., Blaney D., and Hutchinson I. (2017) Basalt-trachybasalt samples from Gale crater, Mars. Met. Planet. Sci., doi:10.1111/maps.12953.

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Rapin W., Bousquet B., Lasue J. and 10 more authors (2017) Roughness effects on the hydrogen signal in laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy. Spectrochim. Acta B137, 13-22, doi10.1016/j.sab.2017.09.003.

94.  

Francis R., Estlin T., Doran G., Johnstone S., Gaines D., Verma V., Burl M., Frydenvang J., Montano S., Wiens R.C., Schaffer S., Gasnault O., Deflores L., Blaney D., and Bornstein B. (2017) AEGIS autonomous targeting for ChemCam on Mars Science Laboratory: Deployment and results of initial science team use. Science Robotics 2, eaan4582.

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Edgar L.A., Gupta S., Rubin D.M., Lewis K.W., Kocurek G.A., Anderson R.B., Bell J.F. III, Dromart G., Edgett K.S., Grotzinger J.P., Hardgrove C., Kah L.C., Leveille R., Malin M.C., Mangold N. and 11 more authors (2017) Shaler : in situ analysis of a fluvial sedimentary deposit on Mars. Sedimentology doi :10.1111/sed.12370.

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Hurowitz J.A., Grotzinger J.P., Fischer W.W., Milliken R.E., Dehouck E., Fairen A.G., Frydenvang J., Gellert R., Gupta S., McLennan S.M., Rampe E.B., Siebach K., Stack-Morgan K., Stein N., Sumner D.Y., Vasavada A.R., and Wiens R.C. (2017) Redox stratification of an ancient lake in Gale crater, Mars. Science 356, doi :10.1126/science.aah6849.

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Frydenvang J., Gasda P.J., Hurowitz J.A., Grotzinger J.P., Wiens R.C., Newsom H.E., Bridges J., Maurice S., Fisk M., Elhmann B., Watkins J., Stein N., Clegg S.M., Lanza N., Mangold N. and 25 more authors (2017) Diagenetic silica enrichment and late‐stage groundwater activity in Gale crater, Mars. Geophys. Res. Lett. DOI: 10.1002/2017GL073323.

90.  

Payre V., Fabre C., Cousin A., Sautter V., Wiens R.C., Forni O., Gasnault O., Lasue J., Ollila A., Rapin W., Meslin P.-Y. and 5 more authors (2017) Alkali trace elements with ChemCam: Calibration update  and geological implications of the occurrence of alkaline rocks in Gale crater, Mars. J. Geophys. Res. 122, doi: 10.1002/2016JE005201.

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Cousin A., Sautter V., Payré V., Forni O., Mangold N., Gasnault O., Le Deit L., Johnson J., Maurice S., Salvatore M., Wiens R.C., Gasda P., Rapin W. (2017) Classification of igneous rocks analyzed by ChemCam at Gale crater, Mars. Icarus 288, 265-283.

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Wiens R.C., Rubin D., Goetz W., Mangold N., Milliken R., Stack K., Fairen A., Oehler D., Rowland S., Schroeder S., Rapin W., Maurice S., and 15 more authors including the MSL science team (2017) Centimeter to decimeter spherical features in Gale crater sediments, Mars. Icarus 289, 144-156, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2017.02.003.

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Rapin W., Meslin P.-Y., Maurice S., Wiens R.C., Laporte D., Chauviré B., Gasnault O., Schroeder S., Beck P., Bender S., Beyssac O., Cousin A., Dehouck E., Drouet C., Forni O., Nachon M., Melikechi N., Rondeau B., Mangold N., Thomas N. (2017) Quantification of water content by laser induced breakdown spectroscopy on Mars. Spectrochim. Acta B 130, 82-100, doi:10.1016/j.sab.2017.02.007.

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Clegg S.M., Wiens R.C., Anderson R.B., Forni O., Frydenvang J., Lasue J., Pilleri A., Payre V., Boucher T., Dyar M.D., McLennan S.M., Morris R.V., Graff T.G., Mertzman S.A., Ehlmann B.L., Bender S.C., Tokar R.L., Belgacem I., Newsom H., McInroy R.E., Martinez R., Gasda P., Gasnault O., and Maurice S. (2017) Recalibration of the Mars Science Laboratory ChemCam instrument with an expanded geochemical database. Spectrochim. Acta B, 129, 64-85.

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Anderson R.B., Clegg S.M., Frydenvang J., Wiens R.C. McLennan S., Morris R.V., Ehlmann B., and Dyar M.D. (2017) Improved accuracy in quantitative laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy using sub-model partial least squares. Spectrochim. Acta B 129, 49-57, doi:10.1016/j.sab.2016.12.002.

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Rubin D.M., Fairen A., Frydenvang J., Gasnault O., Gelfenbaum G., Goetz W., Grotzinger J.P., LeMouelic S., Mangold N., Newsom H., Oehler D.Z., Rapin W., and Wiens R.C. (2016) Fluidized sediment pipes in Gale crater, Mars, and possible analogs in the Middle Jurassic of Utah. Geology 45, 7-10, doi:10.1130/G38339.1.

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Lanza N.L., Wiens R.C., Arvidson R.E., Clark B.C., Fischer W.W., Gellert R., Grotzinger J.P., Hurowitz J.A., McLennan S.M., Morris R.V., Rice M.S., Bell J.F. III and 30 more authors (2016) Oxidation of manganese in an ancient aquifer, Kimberley formation, Gale crater, Mars. Geophys Res. Letters 43, 7398-7407, doi:10.1002/2016GL069109.

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Rice M.S., Gupta S., Treiman A.H., Stack K.M., Calef F., Edgar L.A., Grotzinger J., Lanza N., Le Deit L., Lasue J., Siebach K.L., Vasavada A., Wiens R.C., and Williams J. (2016) Geologic overview of the Mars Science Laboratory Rover mission at The Kimberley, Gale crater, Mars. J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1002/2016JE005200.

81.  

Peret L., Gasnault O., Dingler R., Langevin Y., Bender S., Blaney D., Clegg S., Clewans C., Delapp D., Donny C., Johnstone S., Little C., and 8 more authors (2016) Restoration of the autofocus capability of the ChemCam instrument onboard the Curiosity rover. SpaceOps 2016 Conferences, SpaceOps Conferences, (AIAA 2016-2539) doi:10.2514/6.2016-2539.

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Mangold N., Williams A., Clegg S., Gasnault O., Forni O., Ming D., Gellert R, McLennan S., Cousin A., Grotzinger J.P., Wiens R.C., Sumner D., Sautter V., Schmidt M.E., and Fisk M. (2016) Classification scheme for sedimentary and igneous rocks in Gale crater, Mars. Icarus 284, 1-17, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2016.11.005.

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Nachon M., Mangold N., Forni O., Kah L., Cousin A., Rapin W., Fisk M., Kronyak R., Sumner D., Stack K., Clegg S.M., Blaney D.L., adn 16 more authors (2016) Chemistry of diagenetic features analyzed by ChemCam at Pahrump Hills, Gale crater, Mars. Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2016.08.026.

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Wiens R.C., Clegg S.M., Maurice S., Gasnault O., and the ChemCam Team (2016) Diversity of chemistry and geologic processes observed by the MSL/ChemCam laser instrument in Gale crater, Mars. Space Research Today 195, 21-37.

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Treiman A.H., Bish D.L., Vaniman D.T., Chipera S.J., Blake D.F., Ming D.W., and 28 more authors (2016) Mineralogy, provenance, and diagenesis of a potassic basaltic sandstone on Mars: CheMin X-ray diffraction of the Windjana sample (Kimberley area, Gale crater), J. Geophys. Res. Planets 121, 75-106, doi:10.1002/2015JE004932.

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Rapin W., Meslin P.-Y., Maurice S., Vaniman D., Nachon M., Mangold N., Schroeder S., Gasnault O., Forni O., Wiens R.C., Martinez G.M., Cousin A., Sautter V., Lasue J., Archer D., and the MSL science team (2016) Hydration state of calcium sulfates in Gale crater: Identification of bassanite veins. Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 452, 197-205, doi/10.1016/j.epsl.2016.07.045.


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