Dana Hurley Print


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  Dana.Hurley@jhuapl.edu

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:   Planetary scientist

:  Planetary, Heliophysics

  LADEE, NMS, LRO, LAMP, MGS, MAG/ER, SSERVI, VORTICES, LEADER, RESOURCE

 
Degree Field of Study Year Attained Institution Name
Ph.D. Space Physics and Astronomy 1999 Rice University
M.S. Space Physics and Astronomy 1996 Rice University
B.A. Physics 1993 Johns Hopkins University

Dr. Hurley studies the evolution of volatiles in the inner Solar System and the effects of the space environment on planetary bodies. She analyzes spacecraft data to increase understanding of planetary exospheres, space plasma environments, and volatile contents. Dr. Hurley developed multiple numerical models to simulate physical processes occurring in the Solar System including plume dynamics, exospheric dynamics, plasma-exosphere interactions, plasma-surface interactions, impact gardening, and thermal diffusion.

 
AGU Index Category AGU Index Sub-Category
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLID SURFACE PLANETS Atmospheres
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLID SURFACE PLANETS Ices
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLID SURFACE PLANETS Interactions with particles and fields
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLID SURFACE PLANETS Magnetic fields and magnetism
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLID SURFACE PLANETS Polar regions
COMPUTATIONAL GEOPHYSICS Modeling
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLAR SYSTEM OBJECTS Saturnian satellites
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLAR SYSTEM OBJECTS Moon
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLAR SYSTEM OBJECTS Mars
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLID SURFACE PLANETS Impact phenomena, cratering
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Start Year End Year Description
2020 Current Strategic Integration Lead for Planetary Sciences, JHUAPL
2016 Current Assistant Group Supervisor, JHUAPL
2008 Current Staff Scientist, JHUAPL
2002 2008 Assistant Research Professor, Catholic University of America
1999 2002 National Research Council Postdoctoral Fellow, Goddard Space Flight Center
Year Description
2018-present NASA Planetary science Advisory Committee (PAC)
2016, 2019 JHUAPL Diversity Recognition Award
2018 Robert H Goddard Exceptional Achievement for New Opportunities Captured
2015 - 2018 Lunar Exploration Analysis Group, Executive Committee
2013, 2018 Robert H Goddard Exceptional Achievement for Science-Team
2016 SSERVI Michael J. Wargo Award
2010, 2015 NASA Group Achievement Award
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C. I. Honniball, P. G. Lucey, S. Li, S. Shenoy, T. M. Orlando, C. A. Hibbitts, D. M. Hurley, W. M. Farrell, (2020), Molecular water detected on the sunlit Moon by SOFIA, Nature Astronomy , https://doi.org/10.1038/s41550-020-01222-x

Cesare Grava, Dana M Hurley, Paul D Feldman, Kurt D Retherford, Thomas K Greathouse, Wayne R Pryor, G Randall Gladstone, Jasper S Halekas, Kathleen E Mandt, Danielle Y Wyrick, Michael W Davis, Anthony F Egan, David E Kaufmann, Maarten H Versteeg, S Alan Stern, (2020), LRO/LAMP observations of the lunar helium exosphere: constraints on thermal accommodation and outgassing rate, Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society , https://doi.org/10.1093/mnras/staa3884

Parvathy Prem, Dana M. Hurley, David B. Goldstein, Philip L. Varghese, (2020), The Evolution of a Spacecraft-Generated Lunar Exosphere, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets , 125, 8, https://doi.org/10.1029/2020je006464

Shuai Li, Paul G. Lucey, Abigail A. Fraeman, Andrew R. Poppe, Vivian Z. Sun, Dana M. Hurley, Peter H. Schultz, (2020), Widespread hematite at high latitudes of the Moon, Science Advances

O. J. Tucker, W. M. Farrell, R. M. Killen, D. M. Hurley, (2019), Solar Wind Implantation Into the Lunar Regolith: Monte Carlo Simulations of H Retention in a Surface With Defects and the H 2 Exosphere, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets , 124, 2, 278--293, https://doi.org/10.1029/2018je005805

Amanda R. Hendrix, Dana M. Hurley, William M. Farrell, Benjamin T. Greenhagen, Paul O. Hayne, Kurt D. Retherford, Faith Vilas, Joshua T. S. Cahill, Michael J. Poston, Yang Liu, (2019), Diurnally Migrating Lunar Water: Evidence From Ultraviolet Data, Geophysical Research Letters , 46, 5, 2417--2424, https://doi.org/10.1029/2018gl081821

Y. Dong, X. Fang, D. A. Brain, D. M. Hurley, J. S. Halekas, J. R. Espley, R. Ramstad, S. Ruhunusiri, B. M. Jakosky, (2019), Magnetic Field in the Martian Magnetosheath and the Application as an IMF Clock Angle Proxy, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics

W. M. Farrell, D. M. Hurley, M. J. Poston, P. O. Hayne, J. R. Szalay, J. L. McLain, (2019), The Young Age of the LAMP-observed Frost in Lunar Polar Cold Traps, Geophysical Research Letters , 46, 15, 8680--8688, https://doi.org/10.1029/2019gl083158

Xiaohua Fang, Yingjuan Ma, Janet Luhmann, Yaxue Dong, David Brain, Dana Hurley, Chuanfei Dong, Christina O. Lee, Bruce Jakosky, (2018), The Morphology of the Solar Wind Magnetic Field Draping on the Dayside of Mars and Its Variability, Geophysical Research Letters , 45, 8, 3356--3365, https://doi.org/10.1002/2018gl077230

Dana M. Hurley, Yaxue Dong, Xiaohua Fang, David A. Brain, (2018), A Proxy for the Upstream IMF Clock Angle Using MAVEN Magnetic Field Data, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics , https://doi.org/10.1029/2018ja025578

Anton V. Kulchitsky, Dana M. Hurley, Jerome B. Johnson, Paul X. Duvoy, Michael Zimmerman, (2018), Solar Wind Access to Grains in the Upper Layer of Regolith, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets , 123, 4, 972--981, https://doi.org/10.1002/2017je005392

Shuai Li, Paul G. Lucey, Ralph E. Milliken, Paul O. Hayne, Elizabeth Fisher, Jean-Pierre Williams, Dana M. Hurley, Richard C. Elphic, (2018), Direct evidence of surface exposed water ice in the lunar polar regions, Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, 115, 36, 8907-8912

Yoshifumi Futaana, Stas Barabash, Martin Wieser, Peter Wurz, Dana Hurley, Mihaly Horanyi, Urs Mall, Nicolas Andre, Nickolay Ivchenko, Juergen Oberst, Kurt Retherford, Andrew Coates, Adam Masters, Jan-Erik Wahlund, Esa Kallio, SELMA Proposal Team, (2018), SELMA mission: How do airless bodies interact with space environment? The Moon as an accessible laboratory, Planetary and Space Science, 156, 23-40

Dana M. Hurley, Jason C. Cook, Kurt D. Retherford, Thomas Greathouse, G. Randall Gladstone, Kathleen Mandt, Cesare Grava, David Kaufmann, Amanda Hendrix, Paul D. Feldman, Wayne Pryor, Angela Stickle, Rosemary M. Killen, S. Alan Stern, (2017), Contributions of solar wind and micrometeoroids to molecular hydrogen in the lunar exosphere, Icarus , 283, 31--37, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.icarus.2016.04.019

W. M. Farrell, D. M. Hurley, V. J. Esposito, J. L. McLain, M. I. Zimmerman, (2017), The statistical mechanics of solar wind hydroxylation at the Moon, within lunar magnetic anomalies, and at Phobos, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets , 122, 1, 269--289, https://doi.org/10.1002/2016je005168

M. I. Zimmerman, W. M. Farrell, C. M. Hartzell, X. Wang, M. Horanyi, D. M. Hurley, K. Hibbitts, (2016), Grain-scale supercharging and breakdown on airless regoliths, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 121, 10, 2150-2165

Kathleen E. Mandt, Thomas K. Greathouse, Kurt D. Retherford, G. Randall Gladstone, Andrew P. Jordan, Myriam Lemelin, Steven D. Koeber, Ernest Bowman-Cisneros, G. Wesley Patterson, Mark Robinson, Paul G. Lucey, Amanda R. Hendrix, Dana Hurley, Angela M. Stickle, Wayne Pryor, (2016), LRO-LAMP detection of geologically young craters within lunar permanently shaded regions, Icarus, 273, 114-120

C. Grava, K. D. Retherford, D. M. Hurley, P. D. Feldman, G. R. Gladstone, T. K. Greathouse, J. C. Cook, S. A. Stern, W. R. Pryor, J. S. Halekas, D. E. Kaufmann, (2016), Lunar exospheric helium observations of LRO/LAMP coordinated with ARTEMIS, Icarus, 273, 36-44

A. R. Hendrix, T. K. Greathouse, K. D. Retherford, K. E. Mandt, G. R. Gladstone, D. E. Kaufmann, D. M. Hurley, P. D. Feldman, W. R. Pryor, S. A. Stern, J. T. S. Cahill, (2016), Lunar swirls: Far-UV characteristics, Icarus, 273, 68-74

Catherine Dukes, Dana Hurley, (2016), Sampling the Moon's atmosphere, Science, 351, 6270, 230-231

W. M. Farrell, D. M. Hurley, M. J. Poston, M. I. Zimmerman, T. M. Orlando, C. A. Hibbitts, R. M. Killen, (2016), The gas-surface interaction of a human-occupied spacecraft with a near-Earth object, Advances in Space Research, 58, 9, 1648-1653

Dana M. Hurley, Jason C. Cook, Mehdi Benna, Jasper S. Halekas, Paul D. Feldman, Kurt D. Retherford, R. Richard Hodges, Cesare Grava, Paul Mahaffy, G. Randall Gladstone, Thomas Greathouse, David E. Kaufmann, Richard C. Elphic, S. Alan Stern, (2016), Understanding temporal and spatial variability of the lunar helium atmosphere using simultaneous observations from LRO, LADEE, and ARTEMIS, Icarus, 273, 45-52

Dana M. Hurley, Menelaos Sarantos, Cesare Grava, Jean-Pierre Williams, Kurt D. Retherford, Matthew Siegler, Benjamin Greenhagen, David Paige, (2015), An analytic function of lunar surface temperature for exospheric modeling, Icarus, 255, 159-163

M. E. Perry, B. D. Teolis, D. M. Hurley, B. A. Magee, J. H. Waite, T. G. Brockwell, R. S. Perryman, R. L. McNutt, (2015), Cassini INMS measurements of Enceladus plume density, Icarus, 257, 139-162

Cesare Grava, J. -Y. Chaufray, K. D. Retherford, G. R. Gladstone, T. K. Greathouse, D. M. Hurley, R. R. Hodges, A. J. Bayless, J. C. Cook, S. A. Stern, (2015), Lunar exospheric argon modeling, Icarus, 255, 135-147

Francis M. McCubbin, Kathleen E. Vander Kaaden, Romain Tartese, Rachel L. Klima, Yang Liu, James Mortimer, Jessica J. Barnes, Charles K. Shearer, Allan H. Treiman, David J. Lawrence, Stephen M. Elardo, Dana M. Hurley, Jeremy W. Boyce, Mahesh Anand, (2015), Magmatic volatiles (H, C, N, F, S, Cl) in the lunar mantle, crust, and regolith: Abundances, distributions, processes, and reservoirs, American Mineralogist, 100, 8-9, 1668-1707

Dana M. Hurley, Mark E. Perry, J. Hunter Waite, (2015), Modeling insights into the locations of density enhancements from the Enceladus water vapor jets, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 120, 11, 1763-1773

W. M. Farrell, D. M. Hurley, M. I. Zimmerman, (2015), Solar wind implantation into lunar regolith: Hydrogen retention in a surface with defects, Icarus, 255, 116-126

W. M. Farrell, D. M. Hurley, M. I. Zimmerman, (2015), Spillage of lunar polar crater volatiles onto adjacent terrains: The case for dynamic processes, Geophysical Research Letters, 42, 9, 3160-3165

Richard S. Miller, David J. Lawrence, Dana M. Hurley, (2014), Identification of surface hydrogen enhancements within the Moon's Shackleton crater, Icarus, 233, 229-232

W. M. Farrell, D. M. Hurley, R. R. Hodges, R. M. Killen, J. S. Halekas, M. I. Zimmerman, G. T. Delory, (2013), Redistribution of lunar polar water to mid-latitudes and its role in forming an OH veneer, Planetary and Space Science, 89, 15-20

G. Randall Gladstone, Kurt D. Retherford, Anthony F. Egan, David E. Kaufmann, Paul F. Miles, Joel W. Parker, David Horvath, Paul M. Rojas, Maarten H. Versteeg, Michael W. Davis, Thomas K. Greathouse, David C. Slater, Joey Mukherjee, Andrew J. Steffl, Paul D. Feldman, Dana M. Hurley, Wayne R. Pryor, Amanda R. Hendrix, Erwan Mazarico, S. Alan Stern, (2012), Far-ultraviolet reflectance properties of the Moon's permanently shadowed regions, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 117

Dana M. Hurley, G. Randall Gladstone, S. Alan Stern, Kurt D. Retherford, Paul D. Feldman, Wayne Pryor, Anthony F. Egan, Thomas K. Greathouse, David E. Kaufmann, Andrew J. Steffl, Joel William Parker, Paul F. Miles, David Horvath, Michael W. Davis, Maarten H. Versteeg, David C. Slater, Amanda R. Hendrix, Charles A. Hibbitts, Carolyn M. Ernst, Ronald J. Vervack, Gregory A. Grieves, (2012), Modeling of the vapor release from the LCROSS impact: 2. Observations from LAMP, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 117

W. M. Farrell, J. S. Halekas, R. M. Killen, G. T. Delory, N. Gross, L. V. Bleacher, D. Krauss-Varben, P. Travnicek, D. Hurley, T. J. Stubbs, M. I. Zimmerman, T. L. Jackson, (2012), Solar-Storm/Lunar Atmosphere Model (SSLAM): An overview of the effort and description of the driving storm environment, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 117

Paul D. Feldman, Dana M. Hurley, Kurt D. Retherford, G. Randall Gladstone, S. Alan Stern, Wayne Pryor, Joel Wm. Parker, David E. Kaufmann, Michael W. Davis, Maarten H. Versteeg, LAMP Team, (2012), Temporal variability of lunar exospheric helium during January 2012 from LRO/LAMP, Icarus, 221, 2, 854-858

R. M. Killen, D. M. Hurley, W. M. Farrell, (2012), The effect on the lunar exosphere of a coronal mass ejection passage, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 117

Amanda R. Hendrix, Kurt D. Retherford, G. Randall Gladstone, Dana M. Hurley, Paul D. Feldman, Anthony F. Egan, David E. Kaufmann, Paul F. Miles, Joel W. Parker, David Horvath, Paul M. Rojas, Maarten H. Versteeg, Michael W. Davis, Thomas K. Greathouse, Joey Mukherjee, Andrew J. Steffl, Wayne R. Pryor, S. Alan Stern, (2012), The lunar far-UV albedo: Indicator of hydration and weathering, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 117

Dana M. Hurley, David J. Lawrence, D. Benjamin J. Bussey, Richard R. Vondrak, Richard C. Elphic, G. Randall Gladstone, (2012), Two-dimensional distribution of volatiles in the lunar regolith from space weathering simulations, Geophysical Research Letters, 39

DANA H. CRIDER, ROSEMARY M. KILLEN, RICHARD R. VONDRAK, (2006), ICE ON THE MOON AND MERCURY, Advances in Geosciences, 93--100, https://doi.org/10.1142/9789812707192_0010

Dana M. Hurley, (2011), Modeling of the vapor release from the LCROSS impact: Parametric dependencies, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 116

D. J. Lawrence, D. M. Hurley, W. C. Feldman, R. C. Elphic, S. Maurice, R. S. Miller, T. H. Prettyman, (2011), Sensitivity of orbital neutron measurements to the thickness and abundance of surficial lunar water, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 116

D. Brain, S. Barabash, A. Boesswetter, S. Bougher, S. Brecht, G. Chanteur, D. Hurley, E. Dubinin, X. Fang, M. Fraenz, J. Halekas, E. Harnett, M. Holmstrom, E. Kallio, H. Lammer, S. Ledvina, M. Liemohn, K. Liu, J. Luhmann, Y. Ma, R. Modolo, A. Nagy, U. Motschmann, H. Nilsson, H. Shinagawa, S. Simon, N. Terada, (2010), A comparison of global models for the solar wind interaction with Mars, Icarus, 206, 1, 139-151

G. Randall Gladstone, S. Alan Stern, Kurt D. Retherford, Ronald K. Black, David C. Slater, Michael W. Davis, Maarten H. Versteeg, Kristian B. Persson, Joel W. Parker, David E. Kaufmann, Anthony F. Egan, Thomas K. Greathouse, Paul D. Feldman, Dana Hurley, Wayne R. Pryor, Amanda R. Hendrix, (2010), LAMP: The Lyman Alpha Mapping Project on NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Mission, Space Science Reviews, 150, 1-4, 161-181

G. Randall Gladstone, Dana M. Hurley, Kurt D. Retherford, Paul D. Feldman, Wayne R. Pryor, Jean-Yves Chaufray, Maarten Versteeg, Thomas K. Greathouse, Andrew J. Steffl, Henry Throop, Joel Wm. Parker, David E. Kaufmann, Anthony F. Egan, Michael W. Davis, David C. Slater, Joey Mukherjee, Paul F. Miles, Amanda R. Hendrix, Anthony Colaprete, S. Alan Stern, (2010), LRO-LAMP Observations of the LCROSS Impact Plume, Science, 330, 6003, 472-476

R. M. Killen, A. E. Potter, D. M. Hurley, C. Plymate, S. Naidu, (2010), Observations of the lunar impact plume from the LCROSS event, Geophysical Research Letters, 37

D. A. Brain, D. Hurley, M. R. Combi, (2010), The solar wind interaction with Mars: Recent progress and future directions, Icarus, 206, 1, 1-4

B. V. Jackson, J. A. Boyer, P. P. Hick, A. Buffington, M. M. Bisi, D. H. Crider, (2007), Analysis of solar wind events using interplanetary scintillation remote sensing 3D reconstructions and their comparison at Mars, Solar Physics, 241, 2, 385-396

D Crider, RM Killen, (2005), Burial rate of Mercury's polar volatile deposits, Geophysical Research Letters, 32, 12

BB Ferguson, JC Cain, DH Crider, DA Brain, EM Harnett, (2005), External fields on the nightside of Mars at Mars Global Surveyor mapping altitudes, Geophysical Research Letters, 32, 16

G. Randall Gladstone, S. Alan Stern, Kurt D. Retherford, Ron Black, John R. Scherrer, David C. Slater, John M. Stone, Paul D. Feldman, Dana Crider, Richard B. Hoover, Gilbert V. Levin, Alexei Y. Rozanov, G. Randall Gladstone, (2005), LAMP: the Lyman Alpha Mapping Project aboard the NASA Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter mission, Astrobiology and Planetary Missions, https://doi.org/10.1117/12.617778

JR Espley, PA Cloutier, DH Crider, DA Brain, MH Acuna, (2005), Low-frequency plasma oscillations at Mars during the October 2003 solar storm, Journal of Geophysical Research-Space Physics, 110, A9

DH Crider, J Espley, DA Brain, DL Mitchell, JEP Connerney, MH Acuna, (2005), Mars Global Surveyor observations of the Halloween 2003 solar superstorm's encounter with Mars, Journal of Geophysical Research-Space Physics, 110, A9

TK Breus, NF Ness, AM Kryrnskii, DH Crider, MH Acuna, JEP Connerney, D Hinson, KK Barashyan, O Witasse, MA Shea, (2005), The effects of crustal magnetic fields and the pressure balance in the high latitude ionosphere/atmosphere at Mars, Planetary Atmospheres, Ionospheres, and Magnetospheres, 36 , 2043-2048

DA Brain, JS Halekas, R Lillis, DL Mitchell, RP Lin, DH Crider, (2005), Variability of the altitude of the Martian sheath, Geophysical Research Letters, 32, 18

TK Breus, AM Krymskii, DH Crider, NF Ness, D Hinson, KK Barashyan, (2004), Effect of the solar radiation in the topside atmosphere/ionosphere of Mars: Mars Global Surveyor observations, Journal of Geophysical Research-Space Physics, 109, A9

D Vignes, MH Acuna, JEP Connerney, DH Crider, H Reme, C Mazelle, (2004), Magnetic flux ropes in the Martian atmosphere: Global characteristics, Space Science Reviews, 111, 1-2, 223-231

DH Crider, DA Brain, MH Acuna, D Vignes, C Mazelle, C Bertucci, (2004), Mars Global Surveyor observations of solar wind magnetic field draping around Mars, Space Science Reviews, 111, 1-2, 203-221

M Verigin, D Vignes, D Crider, J Slavin, M Acuna, G Kotova, A Remizov, R Grard, PL Masson, TI Gombosi, (2004), Martian obstacle and bow shock: origins of boundaries anisotropy, Mercury, Mars and Saturn, 33 , 2222-2227

C Bertucci, C Mazelle, DH Crider, DL Mitchell, K Sauer, MH Acuna, JEP Connerney, RP Lin, NF Ness, D Winterhalter, X BlancoCano, CT Russell, (2004), MGS MAG/ER observations at the magnetic pileup boundary of Mars: draping enhancement and low frequency waves, Comparative Magnetospheres, 33 , 1938-1944

JR Espley, PA Cloutier, DA Brain, DH Crider, MH Acuna, (2004), Observations of low-frequency magnetic oscillations in the Martian magnetosheath, magnetic pileup region, and tail, Journal of Geophysical Research-Space Physics, 109, A7

AM Krymskii, NF Ness, DH Crider, TK Breus, MH Acuna, DP Hinson, (2004), Solar wind interaction with the ionosphere/atmosphere and crustal magnetic fields at Mars: Mars Global Surveyor Magnetometer/Electron Reflectometer, radio science, and accelerometer data, Journal of Geophysical Research-Space Physics, 109, A11

DH Crider, E Kallio, H Shinagawa, (2004), The influence of crustal magnetism on the solar wind interaction with Mars: recent observations, Planetary Atmospheres, Ionospheres and Plasma Interactions, 33 , 152-160

M Oieroset, DL Mitchell, TD Phan, RP Lin, DH Crider, MH Acuna, (2004), The magnetic field pile-up and density depletion in the martian magnetosheath: A comparison with the plasma depletion layer upstream of the Earth's magnetopause, Space Science Reviews, 111, 1-2, 185-202

AF Nagy, D Winterhalter, K Sauer, TE Cravens, S Brecht, C Mazelle, D Crider, E Kallio, A Zakharov, E Dubinin, M Verigin, G Kotova, WI Axford, C Bertucci, JG Trotignon, (2004), The plasma environment of Mars, Space Science Reviews, 111, 1-2, 33-114

JM Grebowsky, DH Crider, DS Intriligator, RE Hartle, MH Acuna, E Kallio, H Shinagawa, (2004), Venus/Mars pickup ions and ionosheath wave structures, Planetary Atmospheres, Ionospheres and Plasma Interactions, 33 , 176-181

DH Crider, D Vignes, AM Krymskii, TK Breus, NF Ness, DL Mitchell, JA Slavin, MH Acuna, (2003), A proxy for determining solar wind dynamic pressure at Mars using Mars Global Surveyor data, Journal of Geophysical Research-Space Physics, 108, A12

RR Vondrak, DH Crider, (2003), Ice at the lunar poles - That the moon harbors ice at high latitudes is well known. The source of that water, however, may come as something of a surprise, American Scientist, 91, 4, 322-329

C Bertucci, C Mazelle, DH Crider, D Vignes, MH Acuna, DL Mitchell, RP Lin, JEP Connerney, H Reme, PA Cloutier, NF Ness, D Winterhalter, (2003), Magnetic field draping enhancement at the Martian magnetic pileup boundary from Mars global surveyor observations, Geophysical Research Letters, 30, 2

DH Crider, RR Vondrak, (2003), Space weathering effects on lunar cold trap deposits, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 108, E7

DH Crider, RR Vondrak, (2003), Space weathering of ice layers in lunar cold traps, Moon: Science, Exploration and Utilisation, 31 , 2293-2298

D Vignes, MH Acuna, JEP Connerney, DH Crider, H Reme, C Mazelle, (2002), Factors controlling the location of the Bow Shock at Mars, Geophysical Research Letters, 29, 9

DH Crider, RR Vondrak, (2002), Hydrogen migration to the lunar poles by solar wind bombardment of the moon, Lunar Exploration 2000, 30 , 1869-1874

DA Brain, F Bagenal, MH Acuna, JEP Connerney, DH Crider, C Mazelle, DL Mitchell, NF Ness, (2002), Observations of low-frequency electromagnetic plasma waves upstream from the Martian shock, Journal of Geophysical Research-Space Physics, 107, A6

Dana H. Crider, Mario H. Acuña, John E. P. Connerney, Didier Vignes, Norman F. Ness, Alexander M. Krymskii, Tamara K. Breus, Henri Rème, Christian Mazelle, David L. Mitchell, Robert P. Lin, Paul A. Cloutier, Daniel Winterhalter, (2002), Observations of the latitude Dependence of the location of the Martian Magnetic Pileup Boundary, Geophysical Research Letters, 29, 8

AM Krymskii, TK Breus, NF Ness, MH Acuna, JEP Connerney, DH Crider, DL Mitchell, SJ Bauer, (2002), Structure of the magnetic field fluxes connected with crustal magnetization and topside ionosphere at Mars, Journal of Geophysical Research-Space Physics, 107, A9

D Crider, M Acuna, J Connerney, D Mitchell, R Lin, P Cloutier, H Reme, C Mazelle, D Brain, N Ness, S Bauer, (2001), Magnetic field draping around Mars: Mars global surveyor results, Planetary Ionospheres, 27 , 1831-1836

Y Chen, PA Cloutier, DH Crider, C Mazelle, H Reme, (2001), On the role of charge exchange in the formation of the Martian magnetic pileup boundary, Journal of Geophysical Research-Space Physics, 106, A12, 29387-29399

D Crider, P Cloutier, C Law, P Walker, Y Chen, M Acuna, J Connerney, D Mitchell, R Lin, K Anderson, C Carlson, J McFadden, H Reme, C Mazelle, C d'Uston, J Sauvaud, D Vignes, D Brain, N Ness, (2000), Evidence of electron impact ionization in the magnetic pileup boundary of Mars, Geophysical Research Letters, 27, 1, 45-48

DL Mitchell, RP Lin, H Reme, DH Crider, PA Cloutier, JEP Connerney, MH Acuna, NF Ness, (2000), Oxygen Auger electrons observed in Mars' ionosphere, Geophysical Research Letters, 27, 13, 1871-1874

D Vignes, C Mazelle, H Rme, MH Acuna, JEP Connerney, RP Lin, DL Mitchell, P Cloutier, DH Crider, NF Ness, (2000), The Solar Wind interaction with Mars: locations and shapes of the Bow Shock and the Magnetic Pile-up Boundary from the observations of the MAG/ER experiment onboard Mars Global Surveyor, Geophysical Research Letters, 27, 1, 49-52

DH Crider, RR Vondrak, (2000), The solar wind as a possible source of lunar polar hydrogen deposits, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets, 105, E11, 26773-26782

PA Cloutier, CC Law, DH Crider, PW Walker, Y Chen, MH Acuna, JEP Connerney, RP Lin, KA Anderson, DL Mitchell, CW Carlson, J McFadden, DA Brain, H Reme, C Mazelle, JA Sauvaud, C d'Uston, D Vignes, SJ Bauer, NF Ness, (1999), Venus-like interaction of the solar wind with Mars, Geophysical Research Letters, 26, 17, 2685-2688