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PUBLICATIONS

PEER-REVIEWED PUBLICATIONS

 

[15] Slagter, et al., and J.R. Skok (2019), Environmental controls on silica sinter formation revealed by

       radiocarbon dating. Geology; 47 (4): 330–334. doi: https://doi.org/10.1130/G45859.1

 

[14] Susko, D. et al., and J.R. Skok (2017),  A record of igneous evolution in Elysium, a major martian volcanic 

           province. Scientific Reports, vol. 7, Article number: 43177, doi:10.1038/srep43177

 

 

[13] Neish, C. et al., and J.R. Skok (2017) Transitional lava flows as potential analogues for lunar

         impacts melts. Icarus, 281, 73-89. 10.1016/j.icarus.2016.08.008

 

 

[12] Heldmann, Jennifer L. et al, and Skok, J. R.;  (2016) Lunar polar rover science operations: Lessons learned

           and mission architecture implications derived from the Mojave Volatiles Prospector (MVP) terrestrial       

           field campaign. Advances in Space Research. 58, 4, 545-559. 

 

 

[11] Karunatillake, S. et al., and J.R. Skok (2016) The association of hydrogen with sulfur on Mars across

           latitudes, longitudes, and compositional extremes. J. Geophys. Res., 121, 7, 1321-1341.

 

 

[10] Cohen, Barbara A., et al., and J.R. Skok. (2015) "Pre-Mission Input Requirements to Enable Successful

          Sample Collection by a Remote Field/EVA Team," Journal of Human Performance in Extreme

          Environments: Vol. 12: Iss. 1, Article 7.  DOI: 10.7771/2327-2937.1071

 

 

[9] Fawdon, P., Skok, J.R., et al., (2015) The Geological History of Nili Patera, Mars. J. Geophys., Res., DOI:                         10.1002/2015JE004795. 

 

[8] Karunatillake, S. et al., and J.R. Skok (2014) Sulfates hydrating bulk soil in the Martian low and middle                         latitudes. Geophys. Res. Let., 41, 22, pp. 7987-7796, DOI:10.1002/2014GL061136

 

[7] Karunatillake, S. et al., and J.R. Skok (2014) A martian case study of segmenting images automatically for                   granulometry and sedimentology, Part 2: Assessment. Icarus, 229, 408-417, doi:                                                       10.1016/j.icarus.2013.09.021.

 

[6] Karunatillake, S. et al., and J.R. Skok (2014) A martian case study of segmenting images

            automatically for granulometry and sedimentology, Part 1: Algorithm. Icarus, 229, 400-407, doi:                           10.1016/j.icarus.2013.10.001.

 

[5] Karunatillake, S. et al., and J.R. Skok (2013) Does martian soil release reactive halogens to the

           atmosphere? Icarus, 226, 2, 1438-1446.

 

[4] J. J. Wray, S. T. Hansen, J. Dufek, G. A. Swayze, S. L. Murchie, F. P. Seelos, J. R. Skok, R. P. Irwin III,

and M. S. Ghiorso. (2013) “Infrared spectral evidence for felsic rocks on Mars.” Nat. Geo., 6,
1013-1017, doi:10.1038/ngeo1994. (Linked)

 

[3] Skok, J.R., Mustard, J.F., Tornabene, L.L, Pan, C., Rogers, D. and S.L. Murchie. (2012) A

Spectroscopic Analysis of Martian Crater Central Peaks: Formation of the Ancient Crust. J.
Geophys. Res.117,E00J18, DOI:10.1029/2012JE004148. (Linked)

 

[2] Skok, J.R., J. F. Mustard, B. L. Ehlmann, R.E. Milliken, S. L. Murchie, (2010) Silica deposits in the

Nili Patera caldera on the Syrtis Major volcanic on Mars. Nat. Geo., 3, 838- 841,
DOI:10.1038/NGEO990. (Linked)

 

[1] Skok, J. R., J. F. Mustard, S. L. Murchie, M. B. Wyatt, and B. L. Ehlmann (2010) Spectrally distinct

ejecta in Syrtis Major, Mars: Evidence for environmental change at the Hesperian-Amazonian
boundary, J. Geophys. Res., 115, E00D14, doi:10.1029/2009JE003338. (Linked)

 

SELECTED ABSTRACTS

Skok, J. R., J. Gaskin, J. Edmunson, K. Zacny, J. Blank, A. Williams, K. Cannon, M. Parente, J. Farmer and S. Karunatillake. SPRING Mission: Exploring the Past and Enabling the Future of Mars. Ninth International Conference on Mars 2019 (LPI Contrib. No. 2089), Pasadena, July 25th, 2019.