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  • Chiang, H.-F., B. Reipurth, L. Hillenbrand (2015). The Herbig Be Star V1818 Ori and its Environment. Astronomical Journal, 149 3, 108.
  • Robador, A., S.P. Jungbluth, D. LaRowe, R. Bowers, M. Rappe, J. Amend and J. Cowen (2015). Activity and phylogenetic diversity of sulfate-reducing microorganisms in low-temperature subsurface fluids within the upper oceanic crust. Frontiers in Microbiology, 5, 748.
  • Pflitsch, A., Schorghofer, N., Smith, S.M., Holmgren, D. (2015). Massive ice loss from the Mauna Loa Icecave, Hawaii. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, in press.
  • Kaiser, R.I., Maity, S., Jones, B.M. (2015). Synthesis of Prebiotic Glycerol in Interstellar Ices. Angewandte Chemie - International Edition, 54, 195-200.
  • Welsh, W., Orosz, J.A., Short, D.H., Haghighipour, N., et al. (2015). KIC 9632895 – The 10th Kepler transiting circumbinary planet. Astrophysical Journal, in press.
  • Raga, A.C., B. Reipurth, A. Castellanos-Rami z, H-F. Chiang, J. Bally (2015). Collisionally Excited Filaments in HST H$\alpha$ and H$\beta$ Images of HH 1/2. Astrophysical Journal Letters, 798, L1.
  • Rice, T.S., Reipurth, B., Wolk, S., Vaz, L.P., Cross, N.J.G. (2015). Near-infrared Variability in the Orion Nebula Cluster. Astronomical Journal, in press.
  • Reipurth, B., Mikkola, S. (2015). Brown Dwarf Binaries from Disintegrating Triple Systems. Astronomical Journal, 149, 145.
  • Novakovic, B., Hsieh, H. H., Cellino, A., Micheli, M., Pedani, M. (2014). Discovery of a young asteroid cluster associated with P/2012 F5 Gibbs. Icarus, 231, 300-309.
  • Gowanlock, M., Casanova, H. and Schanzenbach, D. (2014). Parallel In-Memory Distance Threshold Queries on Trajectory Databases. Proc. of the Sixth International Conference on Advances in Databases, Knowledge, and Data Applications, 80-83.
  • Gasda, P. J., Acosta-Maeda, T. E., Lucey, P., Misra, A. K., Sharma, S. K., and Taylor, G. J. (2014). “A Compact Laser Induced Breakdown, Raman, And Fluorescence Spectroscopy Instrument for Mars Exploration.” Abstract. 45th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Abstract# 1546. WWW Link
  • Jones, B., Kaiser, R. I., Strazzulla, G. (2014). Carbonic Acid as a Reserve of Carbon Dioxide on Icy Moons: The Formation of Carbon Dioxide (CO2) in a Polar Environment. Astrophysical Journal, 788, 170.
  • Gowanlock, M. & Casanova, H. (2014). In-Memory Distance Threshold Queries on Moving Object Trajectories. Proc. of the Sixth International Conference on Advances in Databases, Knowledge, and Data Applications, 41-50.
  • Ilardo, M. A., Freeland, S. J. (2014). Testing for adaptive signatures of amino acid alphabet evolution using chemistry space. Journal of Systems Chemistry, 5, 1-9.
  • Bally, J., A. Ginsburg, R. Probst, B. Reipurth, Y. L. Shirley, and G. S. Stringfellow (2014). Outflows, Dusty Cores, and a Burst of Star Formation in the North America and Pelican Nebulae. The Astronomical Journal, 148, 120.
  • Bennett, C. J., C. E. Ennis, R. I. Kaiser (2014). Implantation of energetic D+ ions into carbon dioxide ices and implications for our solar system: Formation of D2O and D2CO3. Astrophysical Journal, 794, 57.
  • DiSanti, M., G. L. Villanueva, L. Paganini, B. P. Bonev, J. V. Keane, K. J. Meech, M. J. Mumma (2014). Pre- and Post-Perihelion Observations of C/2009 P1 (Garradd): Evidence for an Oxygen-Rich Heritage?. Icarus, 228, 167-180.
  • Hayne, P.O., Ingersoll, A., Paige, D.A. (eds.); 33 authors incl. B. Hermalyn and N. Schorghofer (2014). New Approaches to Lunar Ice Detection and Mapping. Keck Institute for Space Studies (KISS) workshop report. . WWW Link
  • Lin, H.-T., James P. Cowen, E. J. Olson, M. D. Lilley, S. P. Jungbluth, S. T. Wilson, M. S. Rappé (2014). Dissolved hydrogen and methane in the oceanic basaltic biosphere. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 405, 62-73.
  • Rodriguez, L. F., B. Reipurth, and H-F. Chiang (2014). Radio Continuum Sources associated with the HH 92 and HH 34 Jets. Revista Mexicana de Astronomia y Astrofisica, 50, 285-291.

 
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