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Rosaly Lopes
Section Manager

Dr. Rosaly M. C. Lopes is a Senior Research Scientist at NASA's Jet Propulsion Laboratory, where she is also Deputy Manager for Planetary Science. Dr. Lopes was born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, where she grew up by the famous Ipanema Beach. She moved to London, England, to study astronomy at the University of London, from where she graduated in 1978. For her doctoral studies, she specialized in planetary geology and volcanology and completed her Ph. D. in Planetary Science in 1986. Her major research interests are in planetary and terrestrial geology and volcanology. During her Ph.D. she traveled extensively to active volcanoes, particularly Mount Etna in Sicily, and became a member of the U.K.'s Volcanic Eruption Surveillance Team. Dr. Lopes joined JPL as National Research Council Fellow in 1989 and, in 1991, became a member of the Galileo Flight Project, a mission to Jupiter. She was responsible for observations of Jupiter's volcanic moon Io from 1996 to 2001, using Galileo's Near-infrared mapping spectrometer. During this exciting period of her career, she discovered 71 active volcanoes on Io, for which she was honored in the 2006 edition of the Guinness Book of World Records as the discoverer of the most active volcanoes anywhere.

Dr. Lopes is currently a member of the Cassini Flight Project, with the role of Investigation Scientist on the Cassini Titan Radar Mapper Team. She is studying the geology of Titan, Saturn's largest moon, particularly its strange ice volcanoes. In 2006, she was elected Fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science for her contributions to the studies of volcanism on Earth and the planets. She is also a member of the International Astronomical Union, the American Geophysical Society, and Fellow of the Explorers Club and of the Royal Geographical Society. She chairs the Outer Planets Task Group of the International Astronomical Union's working group for planetary system nomenclature, and is therefore responsible for overseeing the naming of features on the outer planets and satellites. She served as elected Chair of the Division for Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society 2012-2013, the world's largest organization for professional planetary scientists.

Dr. Lopes has written more than one hundred peer-reviewed scientific publications. In addition to her science work, she is a strong supporter of education, diversity, and outreach, nationally and internationally. She is a guest investigator at the Instituto Nacional de Pesquisas Espaciais (INPE) in Brazil and frequently lectures in her native country. She has given numerous public lectures in Europe, the Americas, Africa, and Asia. She has been active in the media, giving hundreds of interviews, and has been featured on over twenty TV documentaries and shows in the US alone, including for National Geographic, Discovery, Science Channel, PBS, The Weather Channel and History channel. She has published seven books, "The Volcano Adventure Guide" (Cambridge University Press, 2005; Portuguese translation 2008), "Volcanic Worlds: Exploring the Solar System Volcanoes" (Praxis-Springer, 2004; co-edited by Tracy Gregg), "Io After Galileo" (Praxis-Springer, 2007, co-edited by John Spencer), "Alien Volcanoes" (John Hopkins Press, 2008, co-authored by Michael Carroll), "Volcanoes: A Beginner's Guide" (Oneworld Publishing Co., UK, 2011, also a book on tape), "Modeling Volcanic Processes" (Cambridge University Press, 2013, co-edited with S. Fagents and T. Gregg) and "Alien Seas" (Praxis, 2013, co-edited with Michael Carroll). She was honored to have Sally Ride write the Foreword for "Volcanic Worlds", the first planetary science book to have all its chapters written by female scientists, and to have Arthur C. Clarke and James Cameron write the Forewords for, respectively, "Alien Volcanoes" and "Alien Seas".

In 2005, Dr. Lopes won the prestigious American Astronomical Society's Carl Sagan medal for excellence in communicating science to the public. Among her other awards are the Wings Women of Discovery award (2009), the NASA Exceptional Service Medal (2007), the Women at Work Medal of Excellence (2006), the Latinas in Science medal from the Comision Feminil Mexicana Nacional (1991), the 1997 Woman of the Year in Science and Technology Award from the Miami-based GEMS.


Education
  • Ph.D.: Planetary Science, University College, University of London, UK (1986)
  • B.Sc. (Hons Lon): Astronomy, University College, University of London, UK (1978)

Research Interests
Use of remote sensing data collected from spacecraft to further develop theoretical models of surface processes, in close collaboration with instrument investigations. Recent research efforts have been directed towards:
  • Analysis of Io's infrared spectra obtained by Galileo's Near-Infrared Mapping Spectrometer (NIMS) and New Horizons Data and
  • Analysis of geologic features on Titan using the Cassini Radar Mapper, with particular emphasis on cryovolcanic features.

Projects

Cassini-Huygens Icon Cassini-Huygens
The Cassini-Huygens spacecraft is currently exploring the ringed planet, its mysterious moons, the stunning rings and its complex magnetic environment.


Professional Experience
  • Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, Calif. (2002 - Present)
    • Manager, Planetary Science (2013-Present)
    • Deputy Manager, Planetary Science (2011-2013)
    • Senior Research Scientist, JPL, Earth and Space Sciences Division (2009-Present)
    • Lead Scientist and Group Supervisor, Geophysics and Planetary Geosciences (2005-2011)
    • Principal Scientist, Earth and Space Sciences Division (2004-2009)
    • Investigation Scientist, Cassini Radar Team (2002-Present)
    • Co-Investigator on JANUS camera for JUICE mission
    • Co-Investigator on Outer Planets Research

Community Service
  • Chair, Division for Planetary Sciences, American Astronomical Society (2012-2013)
  • Public lectures: Over 150 (U.S., England, Canada, Brazil, Italy, Portugal, Mexico, Morocco, Singapore, Bermuda, Spain).
  • Member, The National Academies Committee on Planetary Protection Standards for Icy Bodies in the Outer Solar System (2010-2012)
  • Member, Senior Research Scientist Council, JPL (elected 2010)
  • Member (elected), AAS Division for Planetary Sciences Committee (2007-2009)
  • Chair, Outer Solar System Task Group, IAU Working Group for Planetary System Nomenclature (2006-present), Member (2005-2006)
  • Member, Scientific Organizing Committee, Division for Planetary Sciences meeting( 2010).
  • Associate Graduate Faculty, University of Nevada Las Vegas (2009-2010)
  • Member, Advisory Council, The Planetary Society (2007-present)

Selected Awards
  • Wings WorldQuest: Women of Discovery Award (2009)
  • NASA Exceptional Service Award (2007)
  • Girl Scouts of America WINGS (Women Inspiring Next Generations) Award, (2007)
  • Fellow - American Association for the Advancement of Science (2007)
  • Women at Work Medal of Excellence (2006)
  • Carl Sagan Medal - from the American Astronomical Society, Division for Planetary Sciences (2005)
  • JPL Exceptional Technical Excellence, Galileo Science Planning and Operations Team (2002)
  • GEMS Woman of the Year in Science and Technology - from GEMS Television, Miami (1997)
  • Latinas in Science Award - From the Comision Feminil Mexicana Nacional (1990)
  • NASA Group Acievement Awards
    • Galileo Gaspra Encounter Team (1993)
    • Project Galileo Team (1996)
    • Galileo Ida Encounter/Dactyl Discovery Team (1995)
    • Galileo Orbital Operations Recovery Team (1997)
    • Galileo Project Team (1998)
    • Galileo Orbital Operations Recovery Team (2000)
    • Galileo Millenium Mission Operations Team (2003)
    • Group Achievement Award, Cassini Flight Team (2005)
    • Group Achievement Award, MER 3rd and 4th Extended Mission Team (2008)
    • Group Achievement Award, Cassini RADAR Team (2009)
    • Group Achievement Award, Cassini Satellite Orbiter Science Team (2009)
    • Group Achievement Award, Cassini Saturn Target Working Team (2009)
    • Group Achievement Award, Cassini Titan Orbiter Science Team (2009)
    • Group Achievement Award, Cassini Saturn Tour Flight Team (2009)

Selected Publications

Books

  1. Lopes, R. and T.K. Gregg (Eds): Volcanic Worlds: Exploring the Solar System Volcanoes. Foreword by Sally Ride. Praxis Publishing Company (Springer-Verlag, 2004). Undergraduate-level book reviewing volcanism in the Solar System in terms of bodies (e.g. Moon, Venus, Io) and processes (e.g. cryovolcanism, volcano/ice interactions). Authors of individual chapters are Rosaly Lopes, Tracy Gregg, Ellen Stofan, Joy Crisp, Susan Sakimoto, Mary Chapman, Gudrun Larsen, Kathy Cashman, Susan Kieffer, Lisa Gaddis, and Louise Prockter.
  2. Lopes, R.: The Volcano Adventure Guide. Cambridge University Press (2005). A popular-level book about volcanoes on Earth and how best to visit and learn about them. The book includes an introduction to volcanology. (Portuguese translation by Oficina do Texto, 2008).
  3. Lopes, R. and J.R. Spencer (Eds): Io After Galileo. Praxis Publishing Company (Springer-Verlag, 2007). Research-level book on Io focusing on results from the Galileo mission. Chapters range from formation of Io to surface, atmosphere, and torus. Authors of individual chapters include Bill McKinnon, Bill Moore, Gerry Schubert, Fran Bagenal, Robert Carlson, Nick Schneider, and Emmanuel Lellouch.
  4. Lopes, R. and M. Carroll: Alien Volcanoes. Foreword by Arthur C. Clarke. John Hopkins University Press, 2008. Popular-level book about volcanoes on Earth and in the Solar System.
  5. Lopes, R. Volcanoes. OneWorld Publications, Oxford, England, 2011. Undergraduate-level book about volcanism on Earth and the solar system.
  6. Lopes, R. and J. Adams. Volcanoes: Bolinda Beginner's Guides. Abridged audio edition of Volcanoes. Bolinda Publishing Pty Ltd, 2012.
  7. Fagents, S.A., T.K.P. Gregg, and R.M.C. Lopes (Editors). Modeling Volcanic Processes: The Physics and Mathematics of Volcanism. Cambridge University Press, 2013. Graduate-level book on physical volcanology.
  8. Caroll, M., and R. Lopes (Editors). Alien Seas. Foreword by James Cameron. Springer Publishing Co. Popular-level book about the many "seas" in the solar system, from seas of congealed lava on the Moon to sand seas and methane seas on Saturn's moon Titan. Springer Publishing Co., 2013.

Selected Refereed Publications

  1. Howell, R.R., C.E. Landis, R.M.C. Lopes (2013) "Composition and Location of Volatiles at Loki Patera, Io". Icarus, 229, 328-339, 2014, doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2013.11.06.
  2. Lopes, R.M.C. (2013) Io, the Volcanic Moon. Encyclopedia of the Solar System, Academic Press, in press.
  3. Lopes, R.M.C., R. L. Kirk, K.L. Mitchell, A. LeGall, J. W. Barnes, A. Hayes, J. Kargel, L. Wye, J. Radebaugh, E.R. Stofan, M. Janssen, C. Neish, S. Wall, C.A. Wood, J.I. Lunine, M. Malaska. (2013) Cryovolcanism on Titan: New results from Cassini RADAR and VIMS. J. Geophys. Res. Planetsvol. 118, 1-20, doi:10.1002/jgre.20062, 2013
  4. Lopes, R. and J. Radebaugh. (2013) Erta Ale and the Danakil Rift Zone. In: Volcano Tourism (edited by P. Erfurt-Cooper), Springer, in press.
  5. Aharonson, O., A. Hayes, P. Hayne, R. Lopes, A. Lucas, and Taylor Perron. (2013) Titan's Surface Geology. In: Titan: Surface, Atmosphere, and Magnetosphere. Eds: I. Mueller-Wodarg, C. Griffith, E. Lellouch and T. Cravens. Cambridge University Press, in press.
  6. Rathbun, J.; J.R. Spencer; R.M. Lopes; R.R. Howell. "Io's Active Volcanoes During the New Horizons Era: Insights from New Horizons Imaging". Icarus, 2014, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2013.12.002
  7. Sogin, M.L., G.C. Collins, A. Baker, J.A. Baross, A. Barr, W.V. Boyton, C.S. Cockell, M.J. Daly, J.R. Fragola, R. Lopes, K.H. Nealson, D.S. Stetson, and M.H. Thiemens (2012). Assessment of Planetary Protection Requirements for Spacecraft Missions to Icy Solar System Bodies. National Academies Press.
  8. Aharonson, O., A. Hayes, P. Hayne, R. Lopes, A. Lucas, and Taylor Perron. Titan's Surface Geology. In: Titan: Interior, Surface, Atmosphere, and Space Environment. Eds: I. Mueller-Wodarg, C. Griffith, E. Lellouch and T. Cravens. Cambridge University Press, 2014.
  9. Lopes, R.M.C., S.A. Fagents, K.L. Mitchell, and T.K. P. Gregg. Planetary Volcanism. In: Modeling Volcanic Processes (Ed: S.A. Fagents, T.K.P. Gregg, and R.M.C. Lopes), Cambridge University Press, 2013.
  10. Hamilton, C.W., C.D. Beggan, S.Still, M.Beuthe, R.M.C. Lopes, D.A. Williams, W. Wright, and J. Radebaugh. Spatial Distribution of Volcanoes on Jupiter's Moon Io: implications for tidal heating and magma ascent. Submitted to Earth and Planetary Science Letters.
  11. Le Gall, A., M.A. Janssen, L.C. Wye, A.G. Hayes, H. Zebker, R.D. Lorenz, J. Radebaugh, J.I. Lunine, R.L. Kirk, R.M.C. Lopes, S. Wall, P. Callahan, T. Farr, E. Stofan, T. Farr and the Cassini Radar Team (2011). Cassini SAR, radiometry, scatterometry and altimetry over Titan's dune fields. Icarus, 213, doi: 10.1016/j.icarus.2011.03.026, 608-624.
  12. E.P. Turtle, J.E. Perry, A.G. Hayes, R.D. Lorenz, J.W., Barnes, A.S. McEwen, R.A. West, A.D. Del Genio, J.M. Barbara, E.L. Schaller, T.L. Ray, J.I. Lunine, R.M.C. Lopes, E.R. Stofan (2011). Rapid and extensive surface changes near Titan's equator: Evidence of April showers. Science, 331, 1414 (2011). DOI: 10.1126/science.1201063
  13. Howell, R.R., and R.M.C. Lopes (2011): Morphology, temperature, and eruption dynamics at Pele. Icarus, 2011, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2011.03.008.
  14. Williams, D., J. Radebaugh, R. Lopes, E. Stofan (2010). Geologic Mapping of the Menrva Region of Titan using Cassini RADAR data. Icarus, 212 (2011), 744-750. doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2011.01.014.
  15. Wall, S., A. Hayes, C. Bristow, R. Lorenz, E. Stofan, J. Lunine, A. Le Gall, M. Janssen, R. Lopes, L. Wye, L. Soderblom, P. Paillou, O. Aharonson, H. Zebker, T. Farr, G. Mitri, R. Kirk, K. Mitchell, C.Notarnicola, D. Casarano, and B. Ventura (2010). The active shoreline of Ontario Lacus, Titan: a morphological study of the lake and its surroundings. Geophys. Res. Lett., vol. 37, L05202, doi:10.1029/2009GL041821.
  16. Tobie, G., B. Giese, T.A. Hurford, R.M. Lopes, F. Nimmo, R.T. Pappalardo, F. Postberg, K. Retherford, J. Schmidt, J.R. Spencer, T. Tokano, and E.P. Turtle (2010). Surface, subsurface, and atmospheric exchanges. In: "Moons of the Outer Solar System: exchange processes involving the interiors". Edited by O. Grasset. Space Science Reviews, 153:375-410, doi:10.1007/s11214-010-9641-3.
  17. Prockter, LM.., R.M.C. Lopes, B. Giese, R. Jaumann, R. D. Lorenz, R. T. Pappalardo, G.W. Patterson, P.C. Thomas, E.P. Turtle, R.J. Wagner (2010). Characteristics of Icy Surfaces. In: "Moons of the Outer Solar System: exchange processes involving the interiors". Edited by O. Grasset. Space Science Reviews, 153:63-111, doi:10.1007/s11214-010-9649-8.
  18. Coustenis, A., T. Tokano, M. Blanc, M. H. Burger, T. A. Cassidy, R. M. Lopes, R.D. Lorenz, K. D. Retherford, G. Schubert (2010). Atmospheres/Exospheres Characteristics of Icy Satellites. In: "Moons of the Outer Solar System: exchange processes involving the interiors". Edited by O. Grasset. Space Science Reviews, DOI:10.1007/s11214-009-9615-5.
  19. Lopes, R.M.C., E.R. Stofan, R. Peckyno, J. Radebaugh, K.L. Mitchell, G. Mitri, C. A. Wood, R.L. Kirk, S.D. Wall, J. I. Lunine , A. Hayes , R. Lorenz, T. Farr, L. Wye, J. Craig, R.J. Ollerenshaw, M. Janssen, A. LeGall, F. Paganelli, R. West, B. Stiles, P. Callahan, Y. Anderson, P. Valora, L. Soderblom, and the Cassini RADAR Team (2010). Distribution and Interplay of Geologic Processes on Titan from Cassini RADAR Data. Icarus, 205, 540-588, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2009.08.010
  20. Kirk, R.L., E. Howington-Kraus, B.L. Redding, T.L. Becker, E.M. Lee, B.W. Stiles, S. Hensley, A.G. Hayes, R.M.C. Lopes, R.D. Lorenz, K.L. Mitchell, J. Radebaugh, F. Paganelli, L.A. Soderblom, E.R. Stofan, C.A. Wood, S.D. Wall, and the Cassini RADAR Team. High Resolution Topographic Models of Titan's Surface Derived by Radar Stereogrammetry with a Rigorous Sensor Model. Icarus, in revision.
  21. Mitri, G., M.T. Bland, A.P. Showman, J. Radebaugh, B. Stiles, R.M.C. Lopes, J. Lunine, and R.T. Pappalardo (2010). Mountains on Titan: Modeling and observations. J. Geophys. Res., Planets, vol. 115, E10002, doi:10.1029/2010JE003592.
  22. Radebaugh, J., R. D. Lorenz, S. D. Wall, R. L. Kirk, C. A. Wood, J. I. Lunine, E. R. Stofan, R. M. C. Lopes, P. Valora, T. G. Farr, A. G. Hayes, B. Stiles, G. Mitri, H. Zebker, M. Janssen, L. Wye, A. LeGall, K. L. Mitchell and the Cassini Radar Team (2010). Regional geomorphology and history of Titan's Xanadu province. Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2010.07.022.
  23. Lopes, R.M.C., Mitchell, K.L., Williams, D.A., and Mitri, G. (2010): Beyond Earth: How extra-terrestrial volcanism has changed our definition of a volcano. In: "What's a volcano? New answers to an old question". Geological Society of America Special Paper 470 (Eds. E. Canon and A. Szakacs). DOI: 10.1130/2010.2470(02), Pp. 11-30.
  24. Wood, C.A., R. Lorenz, R. Kirk, R. Lopes, K. Mitchell, E. Stofan (2010). Impact Craters on Titan. Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2009.08.021, 334-344.
  25. Wall, S.D., R.M. Lopes, E.R. Stofan, C.A. Wood, J. L. Radebaugh, B. W. Stiles, R.M. Nelson, L.W. Kamp, M. A. Janssen, R.L. Lorenz, J.I. Lunine, T.G. Farr, G. Mitri, P. Paillou, F. Paganelli, and K.L. Mitchell (2009). Cassini RADAR Images at Hotei Arcus and Western Xanadu, Titan: Evidence for recent cryovolcanic activity. Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L04203, doi:1029/2008GL036415.
  26. Nelson, R.M., Kamp. L.W., Lopes, R.M.C., Matson, D.L., Kirk, R.L., Hapke, B.W., Wall, S.D., Boryta, M.D., Leader, F.E., Smythe, W.D., Mitchell, K.L., Baines, K.H., Jaumann, R., Sotin, C., Clark, R.N., Cruikshank, D.P., Drossart, P., Lunine, J.I., Combes, M., Bellucci, G., Bibring, J-P., Capaccioni, F., Cerroni, P., Coradini, A., Formisano, V., Filacchione, G., Langevin, Y., McCord, T.B., Mennella, V., Nicholson, P.D., Sicardy, B., Irwin, P.G.J. (2009). Photometric Changes on Saturn's Moon Titan: Evidence for Cryovolcanism. Geophys. Res. Lett., 36, L04202, doi:10.1029/2008GL036206.
  27. Jaumann, R., Kirk, R., Lorenz, R., Lopes, R., E. Stofan, Uwe Keller, H., Wood, C., Turtle, E., Sotin, C., Soderblom, L.A., and Tomasko, M. (2009): Geology and Surface Processes on Titan. In: Titan after Cassini-Huygens (Eds R. Brown, Michele Dougherty, Larry Esposito, Tom Krimigis, Jean-Pierre Lebreton and Hunter Waite), Springer, pp. 75-140.
  28. M.A. Janssen, R.D. Lorenz, R. West, F. Paganelli, R. M. Lopes, R.L. Kirk, C. Elachi, S.D. Wall, W.T.K. Johnson, Y. Anderson, R.A. Boehmer, P. Callahan, Y. Gim, L. Roth, B. Stiles, and the Cassini Radar Team (2009). Titan's Surface at 2.2-cm Wavelength Imaged by the Cassini RADAR Radiometer: Calibration and first results. Icarus, 200, 222-239, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2008.10.017.
  29. Coustenis, A., and 156 authors including R.M. Lopes (2009): TandEM: Titan and Enceladus Mission. Experimental Astronomy, Vol. 23, issue 3, pp. 893-946, DOI: 10.1007/s10686-008-9103-z.
  30. Beebe, R., W.W. Buck, D.P. Blanchard, R.D. Braun, B.F. Burke, A. Delamere, R.M. Lopes, S. Mackwell, T.J. McCoy, R. McNutt, S. Pizzarello, G. Schubert, D.L. Shirley, J. Spencer, E.P. Turtle. (2008). Opening New Frontiers in Space: Choices for the next New Frontiers Announcement of Opportunity. National Academies Press. ISBN: 0-039-11890-5, 82 pp., 2008.
  31. Lopes, R.M.C., B.J. Buratti, and A. R. Hendrix (2008). The Saturn System's Icy Satellites: New results from Cassini. Icarus, 193, 305-308.
  32. Gregg, T.K.P. and R.M. Lopes (2008). Lava Lakes on Io: New Perspectives from Modeling. Icarus, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2007.08.042.
  33. Hayes, A., O. Aharonson, K. Lewis, K. Mitchell, R. Lorenz, P. Callahan, J. Lunine, R. Lopes, S. Wall, C. Elachi, and the Cassini RADAR Team (2008). Hydrocarbon lakes on Titan: Distribution and interaction with an isotropic porous regolith. Geophys. Res. Lett., vol. 35, L09204, doi:10.1029/2008GRL033409.
  34. Paillou, P., K. Mitchell, S. Wall, C. Wood, R. Lorenz, G. Ruffié, R. Lopes, Pierre Encrenaz (2008): Microwave dielectric constant of liquid hydrocarbons: Application to the depth estimation of Titan's lakes. Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L05202, doi:10.1029/2007GL032515.
  35. Lorenz, R.D., K. L. Mitchell, R.L. Kirk, A.G. Hayes, H.A. Zebker, P. Paillou, J. Radebaugh, J.I. Lunine, M.A. Janssen, S.D. Wall, R.M. Lopes, B. Stiles, E.R. Stofan, and the Cassini RADAR Team (2008). Titan's Inventory of Organic Surface Materials. Geophys. Res. Lett., 35, L02206, doi:10.1029/2007GL032118.
  36. Lunine, J.I., C. Elachi, S. D. Wall, M. D. Allison,Y. Anderson, R. Boehmer, P. Callahan, P. Encrenaz, E. Flamini, G. Franceschetti, Y. Gim, G. Hamilton, S. Hensley, M. A. Janssen, W. T. K. Johnson, K. Kelleher, R. L. Kirk, R. M. Lopes, R. Lorenz, D. O. Muhleman, R. Orosei, S. J. Ostro, F. Paganelli, Paillou, P., G. Picardi, F. Posa, J. Radebaugh, L. E. Roth, R. Seu, S. Shaffer, L. A. Soderblom, B. Stiles, E.R. Stofan, S. Vetrella, R. West, C. A. Wood, L. Wye, H. Zebker, G. Alberti E. Karkoschka, B. Rizk, E. McFarlane, C. See, and B. Kazeminejad (2008). Cassini RADAR's Third and Fourth Looks at Titan. Icarus, 195, Issue 1, 415-433, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2007.12.022.
  37. Lorenz, R.D., R. M. Lopes, F. Paganelli, J.I. Lunine, R.L. Kirk, L.A. Soderblom, E.R. Stofan, G. Ori, M. Myers, H. Miyamoto, B. Stiles, S.D. Wall, C. A. Wood and the Cassini RADAR Team (2008). Fluvial Channels on Titan: Meteorological Paradigm and Cassini RADAR Observations. Planetary and Space Science, 56, 1132-1144.
  38. Mitri, G., J.I. Lunine, A.P. Showman, and R. Lopes (2008). Resurfacing of Titan by Ammonia-water Cryomagma. Icarus, 196, 216-224, doi:10.1016/j.Icarus.2008.02.024
  39. Barnes, J.W., J. Radebaugh, R.H. Brown, S. Wall, L. Soderblom, J. Lunine, D. Burr, C. Sotin, S. Le Mouelic, B.J. Buratti, R. Clarke, K.H. Baines, R. Jaumann, P.D. Nicholson, R.L. Kirk, R. Lopes, R. Lorenz, K. Mitchell, C.A. Wood, and the Cassini RADAR Team (2008). Near- infrared spectral mapping of Titan's mountains and channels. Journal Geophys. Res., 112, E11006, doi:10.1029/2007JE002932.
  40. Radebaugh, J., R. Lorenz, J. Lunine, S. Wall, G. Boubin, E. Reffet, R. Kirk, R. Lopes, E. Stofan, L. Soderblom, M. Allison, M. Janssen, P. Paillou, and the Cassini RADAR Team (2008). Dunes on Titan Observed by Cassini RADAR. Icarus, 194, 690-703, doi:10.1016/ j.icarus.2007.10.015.
  41. Paganelli, F., M.A. Janssen, R.M. Lopes, E. Stofan, S.D. Wall, R.D. Lorenz, J.I. Lunine, R.L. Kirk, L. Roth, C. Elachi, and the Cassini RADAR Team (2008). Titan's surface from the Cassini RADAR radiometry during SAR mode. Planetary and Space Science, Issue EGU 2006, 56, 100-108, doi:10.1016/j.physletb.2003.10.071.
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