Conference Abstracts

You will find the list of conference abstracts including the word “ChemCam” listed in the NASA/ADS database through this link.


Extracts of about 30 recent abstracts:

(04 Sep 2022)

  1. McConnochie et al., Unexplained Oxygen Variability: New Results on Molecular Oxygen in the Lower Martian Atmosphere from Chemcam and Supercam Passive Sky Observations, [Seventh International Workshop on the Mars Atmosphere: Modelling and Observations] (2022).
  2. Los et al., Optical Atmospheric Effects as Viewed by the MSL ChemCam Remote Micro-Imager, [Seventh International Workshop on the Mars Atmosphere: Modelling and Observations] (2022).
  3. Essunfeld et al., Grouping ChemCam Targets by Visual Characteristics Improved by Automatic Partitioning, [53rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2022).
  4. Comellas et al., Evidence of Multiple Fluid Events in Elevated-Mn ChemCam Targets in the Bradbury Rise, Gale Crater, Mars, [53rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2022).
  5. Rammelkamp et al., Tensor Component Analysis as a Tool for Investigating Depth Trends in ChemCam LIBS Data from Gale Crater, Mars, [53rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2022).
  6. Lasue et al., Comparison of Dust Between Gale and Jezero, [53rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2022).
  7. Morris et al., Correlation Heatmaps for Visualizing Trends in Chemical Compositions Across Groups of ChemCam Targets, [53rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2022).
  8. Cousin et al., Soil Diversity at Mars: Comparison of Dataset from Gale and Jezero Craters, [53rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2022).
  9. David et al., Clay Minerals Analyses with the ChemCam Instrument at the Marimba, Quela and Sebina Drill Locations, in Gale Crater, Mars, [53rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2022).
  10. Manelski et al., Classification of ChemCam Passive Spectral Targets in Gale Crater, [53rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2022).
  11. Cousin et al., Fine-grained regolith on Mars: Comparison between Gale and Jezero craters using ChemCam and SuperCam LIBS data, [AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts] (2021).
  12. Johnson et al., Visible/Near-infrared Reflectance Spectra of Drill Tailings in the Central Glen Torridon and Mont Mercou areas, Gale Crater, Mars, [AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts] (2021).
  13. Frydenvang et al., Evolving bedrock geochemistry observed by ChemCam as the Curiosity rover enters the orbitally defined sulfate unit on Aeolis Mons in Gale crater, Mars, [AGU Fall Meeting Abstracts] (2021).
  14. Dehouck et al., Bedrock geochemistry measured by ChemCam along a 2-km eastward traverse in the Glen Torridon region, Gale crater, Mars, [European Planetary Science Congress] (2021).
  15. Lasue et al., Comparing SuperCam first shots at Jezero with ChemCam eolian dust analysis at Gale, [European Planetary Science Congress] (2021).
  16. Caravaca et al., Reconstructing the 3D shape of sulfate unit outcrops (Gale crater, Mars) using ChemCam’s Remote Micro Imager onboard the Curiosity rover., [European Planetary Science Congress] (2021).
  17. Castorena et al., Deep Learning for ChemCam Analysis, [5th Planetary Data Workshop & Planetary Science Informatics & Analytics] (2021).
  18. Minitti et al., Rock Textures and Grain Sizes in the Glen Torridon Region (Gale Crater, Mars) Observed by the Mars Hand Lens Imager (MAHLI) and ChemCam, [52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2021).
  19. Essunfeld et al., Attribute Recognition for Grouping Elevated-Manganese ChemCam Targets by Visual Characteristics, [52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2021).
  20. Comellas et al., Geologic Interpretations of Elevated-Mn ChemCam Targets in the Bradbury Rise, Gale Crater, Mars, [52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2021).
  21. Cousin et al., K-Rich Rubbly Bedrock at Glen Torridon, Gale Crater, Mars: Investigating the Possible Presence of Illite, [52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2021).
  22. Dehouck et al., Leaving Glen Torridon: Bedrock Geochemistry Measured by ChemCam en Route to the Sulfate Unit of Gale Crater, [52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2021).
  23. Bedford et al., Identifying Ancient Dune Processes in the Stimson Formation of Gale Crater Using Geochemical Data from ChemCam: New Insights from the Greenheugh Capping Unit, [52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2021).
  24. Rammelkamp et al., Optimization of Clustering Analysis for Classification of ChemCam Data from Gale Crater, Mars, [52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2021).
  25. David et al., Chemical Characterization of Fe-Rich Diagenetic Nodules with ChemCam in the Glen Torridon Region, Gale Crater, Mars, [52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2021).
  26. Le Mouélic et al., Housedon Hill — A ChemCam RMI Mega Mosaic to Investigate Distant Features in Gale Crater, [52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2021).
  27. Gasda et al., A Multivariate Manganese Calibration Model for ChemCam, [52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2021).
  28. Johnson et al., New Iron Meteorite Detections by the Mars Science Laboratory Curiosity Rover in the Southern Glen Torridon Region, [52nd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference] (2021).