Technical Publications

John Marshall
Senior Research Scientist

Carol R. Stoker, Nathalie Cabrol, John Marshall, Marsokhod Rover Team, Marsokhod Rover Team, Jeffrey E. Moersch, Ted Roush, 2001. The 1999 Marsokhod Rover Mission Simulation at Silver Lake California: Mission Overview, Data Sets, and Summary of Results Journal of Geophysical Research106, 7639-7664.

John Marshall, 1998. Towards a theory for planetary aeolian transport Geophysical Research Letters

John Marshall, J Borucki, Clayton Bratton, 1998. Aeolian sand transport in the planetary context: Respective roles of aerodynamic and bed-dilatancy thresholds LPSCXXIX, 1131.

L.N. Koppel, John Marshall, 1998. A miniature metal -- ceramic X-ray source for spacecraft instrumentationReview of Scientific Instruments69, 1-5.

John Marshall, 1997. Unique Aeolian Transport Mechanisms on Mars: Respective roles of percussive and repercussive grain populations in the sediment load GSA, A-214

John Marshall, Friedemann Freund, 1996. Aggregation in particulate clouds in astrophysical and planetary settings: Preliminary results from USML-2 LPSXXVII, 811.

John Marshall, Friedemann Freund, Todd B. Sauke, 1996. Microgravity studies of agglomeration in particulate clouds: Implications for volcanic and impact events Geophysical Research Letters

John Marshall, J Borucki, C. Sagan, 1996. Behavior of windblown sand on Mars: Results from single-particle experiments LPSCXXVII, 813.

John Marshall, 1994. Particle Dispersion Experiment (PDE): Preliminary results from the USML-1 gloveboxNASA Conference Proceedings 327211, 717-732.

Glenn Carle, Daniel Kojiro, John Marshall, Todd B. Sauke, Jose Valentin, 1994. Advanced Instrumentation for Exobiology SPIE Proceedings Series2267,

Rocco Mancinelli, Melissa R. White, John Marshall, 1992. Analyses of exobiological and potential resource materials in the Martian soil Advances in Space Science Research12, 111-116.

John Marshall, Ronald Greeley, 1992. An Experimental Study of Aeolian Structures on Venus Journal of Geophysical Research97, 1007-1016.

Verne Oberbeck, John Marshall, 1992. Impacts, Flood Basalts, and Continental Breakup Lunar and Planetary ScienceXXIII, 1013-1014.

Rocco Mancinelli, John Marshall, Melisa R. White, 1992. Anylyses of Exobiological and Potential Resource Materials in the Martian Soil Advances in Space Research12, (4)111-(4)116.

Verne Oberbeck, Hans Aggarwall, John Marshall, 1992. Impacts, Tillites, and the Breakup of GondwanalandJournal of Geology

John Marshall, Guy Fogleman, Ronald Greeley, Raymond Hixon, David W. Tucker, 1991. Adhesion and Abrasion of Surface Materials in the Venusian Aeolian Environment Journal of Geophysical Research96, 1931-1947.

Verne Oberbeck, John Marshall, Thomas Shen, 1991. Prebiotic Chemistry in Clouds Journal of Molecular Evolution32, 296-303.

Judith Huntington, John Marshall, Deborah Schwartz, 1990. Exobiological Implications of Dust Aggregation in Planetary Atmospheres: An Experiment for the Gas-Grain Simulation Facility Fourth Symposium on Chemical Evolution and the Oribook, 26.

John Marshall, Guy Fogleman, Ronald Greeley, 1989. Cold Welding of Aeolian Materials in the Venusian Environment: Experimental and Theoretical Considerations Lunar and Planetary Science

Deborah Schwartz, Rocco Mancinelli, John Marshall, 1989. Crystal Properties as Bio-markers: A Potential MRSR Experiment Origins of Life19, 501-502.

Deborah Schwartz, John Marshall, 1989. Crystal Properties as Bio-markers: A Potential MRSR ExperimentOrigins of Life19, 501-502.

John Marshall, Ronald Greeley, James B. Pollack, David W. Tucker, 0000. Accretionary Layers on Venusian Surface Rocks Produced by Aeolian Impact LPSCXIX, 726-727.