Research Program

HMP Publications 2005
Cockell C. and Lim D. S. S. 2005.
Impact Craters, Water and Microbial Life.
Life, Advances in Astrobiology and Biogeophysics, Tokano T. (ed.), pp. 261-275.

Eglinton L. B., Lim D. S. S., Slater G., Osinski, G., Whelan J. K. and Douglas M. S. V. 2005.
Geochemical Characterization of a Miocene Lacustrine Core from Haughton Impact Crater, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canadian High Arctic.
Organic Geochemistry, Accepted July 2005.

Glass B. J., Domville S. and Lee P. 2005.
Further geophysical studies of the Haughton impact structure (abstract #2398).
36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. CD-ROM.

Lee P., Boucher M., Desportes C., Glass B. J., Lim D. S. S., Mckay C. P., Osinski G. R., Parnell J. and Schutt J. W. 2005.
Mars, always cold, sometimes wet: New constraints on Mars denudation rates and climate evolution from analog studies at Haughton Crater, Devon Island, High Arctic (abstract #2270).
36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. CD-ROM.

Osinski G. R. 2005.
Shock-metamorphosed and shock-melted CaCO3-bearing sandstones from the Haughton impact structure, Canada: melting of calcite at ~10-20 GPa (abstract #2038).
36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. CD-ROM.

*Osinski G. R. and Spray J. G. 2005.
Tectonics of the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic.
Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Accepted May 2005.

*Osinski G. R., Lee P., Parnell J., Spray J. G. and Baron M. 2005.
A case study of impact-induced hydrothermal activity: The Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic.
Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Accepted October 2004.

*Osinski G. R., Spray J. G. and Lee P. 2005.
Impactites of the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic.
Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Accepted November 2004.

*Parnell J., Lee P., Osinski G. R. and Cockell C. S. 2005.
Application of organic geochemistry to detect signatures of organic matter in the Haughton impact structure.
Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Accepted September 2004.

Parnell J., Osinski G. R., Lee P. and Cockell C. S. 2005.
Microbial preservation in sulfates in the Haughton impact structure suggests target in search for life on Mars (abstract #1031).
36th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. CD-ROM.

Parnell J., Osinski G. R., Lee P., Green P. F., and Baron M. J. 2005.
Thermal alteration of organic matter in an impact crater and the duration of post-impact heating.
Geology 33:373-376.

Clancey, W. J., Lee, P., Cockell, C. S., and Shafto, M.
To the North Coast of Devon: Navigational Turn-Taking in Exploring Unfamiliar Terrain.
In J. Clarke, Mars Analogue Research, AAS Science and Technology series, in preparation.

*These papers will form part of a special issue of Meteoritics & Planetary Science on “Contributions of the Haughton-Mars Project to scientific investigations at the Haughton impact structure, Canadian High Arctic”, due to be published in 2005.

HMP Publications 2004
Cockell C. S. 2004.
Impact-shocked rocks – insights into Archean and extraterrestrial microbial habitats (and sites for prebiotic chemistry?).
Advances in Space Research 33:1231-1235.

Cockell C. S. and Stokes M. D. 2004.
Widespread colonization by polar hypoliths.
Nature 431:414.

Lee P., C. Cockell, and C. P. McKay. 2004.
Gullies on Mars: Origin by snow and ice melting and potential for life based on possible analogs from Devon Island, High Arctic (abstract #2122).
35th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. CD-ROM.

Lim D. S. S., Eglinton L., Slater G. F., Douglas M. S. V. and Lee P. 2004.
Physical, chemical and biological analysis of a lacustrine core recovered from Haughton Crater, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canadian High Arctic.
2nd Astrobiology Science Conference. CD-ROM.

Osinski G. R., Spray J. G. and Lee P. 2004.
Impactites of the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada (abstract #1004).
35th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. CD-ROM.

Parnell J., Lee P., Cockell C. S., and Osinski G. R. 2004.
Microbial colonization in impact-generated hydrothermal sulphate deposits, Haughton impact structure, and implications for sulphates on Mars.
International Journal of Astrobiology 3:247-256.

Parnell J., Osinski G. R., Lee P. and Cockell C. S. 2004
Hopane biomarkers traced from bedrock to recent sediments and ice at the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island: Implications for the search for biomarkers on Mars. (abstract #1516).
35th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. CD-ROM.

Tornabene L. L., Osinski G. R., Moersch J. and Lee P. 2004.
Remote sensing of the Haughton impact structure (HIS): A terrestrial proof of concept for using the remote sensing of martian craters as a probe of subsurface composition. (abstract #1764).
35th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. CD-ROM.

Clancey, W. J.
Roles for agent assistants in field science: Understanding personal projects and collaboration.
IEEE Transactions on Systems, Man and Cybernetics, Part C: Applications and Reviews, Special Issue on Human-Robot Interaction, May 2004, Volume 34, Number 2, pp. 125-137.

Clancey, W. J.
Automating Capcom: Pragmatic Operations and Technology Research for Human Exploration of Mars.
In C. Cockell (ed.) Martian Expedition Planning, Vol. 107, AAS Science and Technology Series, pp. 411-430, 2004.

HMP Publications 2003
Berinstain A., Osinski G. R., Spray J. G., Lee P., Hahn J., and Ulitsky A. 2003.
Applications of time-of-flight Lidar in crater geology.
Paper submitted to the SPIE AeroSense: Aerospace/Defense Sensing, Simulation, and Controls Conference, Orlando, Florida, April 21-25 2003. 7 pages.

Cockell C. S., Osinski G. R. and Lee P. 2003.
The impact crater as a habitat: Effects of impact alteration of target materials.
Astrobiology 3:181-191.

Cockell C. S., Rettberg P., Horneck G., Scherer K. and Stokes M. D. 2003.
Measurements of microbial protection from ultraviolet radiation in polar terrestrial microhabitats.
Polar Biology 26:62-69.

Cockell, C. S., Lim, D. S. S., Braham, S., Lee, P. C., and Clancey, B. 2003.
Exobiological protocol and laboratory for the Human Exploration of Mars – Lessons from a Polar Impact Crater.
Journal of the British Interplanetary Society 563:74-86.

Lee P. and C. P. McKay. 2003.
Mars: Always Cold, Sometimes Wet? (abstract #2127).
34th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. CD-ROM.

Lim D. S. S. and Cockell C. S. 2003.
Paleolimnology in the High Arctic: Implications for the exploration of Mars.
International Journal of Astrobiology 1:381-386.

Lim D. S. S. and Douglas M. S. V. 2003.
Limnological Characteristics of 22 Lakes and Ponds in the Haughton Crater Region of Devon Island, Nunavut, Canadian High Arctic.
Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 35:509-519.

Osinski G. R. 2003.
Shocked into life.
New Scientist September 13-19 2003, p. 40-43.

Osinski G. R. and Spray J. G. 2003.
Evidence for shock melting of sulfates from the Haughton impact structure, Canada (abstract #5076).
66th Meteoritical Society Meeting. CD-ROM.

Osinski G. R. and Spray J. G. 2003.
Evidence for the shock melting of sulfates from the Haughton impact structure, Arctic Canada.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 215:357-370.

Osinski G. R., Spray J. G., Lee P., and Cockell C. 2003.
Distribution and setting of impact-induced hydrothermal deposits within the Haughton structure, Canadian Arctic.
ESF IMPACT Workshop on Biological Processes Associated with Impact Events. Cambridge, England, March 30 2003.

Osinski G. R. and Spray J. G. 2003.
Transient crater formation and collapse: Observations at the Haughton impact structure, Arctic Canada.
Impact cratering: Bridging the gap between modeling and observations Conference. Houston, USA, February 09 2003.

Parnell J., Osinski G. R., Lee P., Baron M., Pearson M. J. and Feely M. 2003.
Hydrocarbons in the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada (abstract #1118).
34th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. CD-ROM.

Clancey, W. J.
Principles for integrating Mars analog science, operations, and technology research.
Workshop on Analog Sites and Facilities for the Human Exploration of the Moon and Mars, May 21-23, 2003, Colorado School of Mines, Golden, CO.

HMP Publications 2002
Cockell C. S. and Lee P. 2002.
The biology of impact craters – a review.
Biological Reviews 77:279-310.
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Cockell C. S., Lee P., Osinski G. R., Horneck G. and Broady P. 2002.
Impact-induced formation of microbial endolithic habitats.
Meteoritics & Planetary Science 37:1287-1298.

Glass B. J., Lee M. R. and Osinski G. R. 2002.
Airborne geomagnetic investigations at the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada: New results. (abstract #2008).
33rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. CD-ROM.

Lee P., McKay C. P., and Matthews J. 2002.
Gullies on Mars: Clues to their formation timescale from possible analogs from Devon Island, Nunavut, Arctic Canada (abstract #2122).
33rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. CD-ROM.

Osinski G. R. and Spray J. G. 2002.
Tectonics of crater rim collapse and central uplift development: Evidence from the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canada.
ESF IMPACT Workshop on Impact Tectonism. Mora, Sweden, June 01 2002.

Osinski G. R., Spray J. G. and Lee P. 2002.
Carbonate melt rocks from the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada. (abstract #1077).
33rd Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. CD-ROM.

Clancey, W. J.
Human Exploration Ethnography.
In F. Crossman and R. Zubrin (eds.) On to Mars: Colonizing a New World, Apogee Books, 2002.

HMP Publications 2001

Snow and ice melt flow features on Devon Island, Nunavut, Arctic Canada as possible analogs for recent slope flow features on Mars.
Lee, P., C. S. Cockell, M. M. Marinova, C. P. McKay, and J. W. Rice, Jr. 2001. Lunar & Planetary Science Conference XXXII, March 2001.

Impact-induced hydrothermal activity within the Haughton impact structure, arctic Canada: Generation of transient, warm, wet oasis.
Osinski, G. R., J. G. Spray, and P. Lee 2001. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 36, 731-745.

Highly shocked low density sedimentary rocks from the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada.
Osinski, G. R., and J. G. Spray 2001. Lunar & Planetary Science Conf. XXXII, March 2001.

Airborne geomagnetic investigations at the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada.
Glass, B. J., and P. Lee 2001. Lunar and Planetary Science XXXII, March 2001.

The biology of impact craters – A review. Cockell, C. S., and P. Lee 2001. Biological Reviews. In revision.

Microbiology and vegetation of micro-oases and polar desert, Haughton impact crater, Devon Island, Canada.
Cockell, C. S., P. Lee, A. C. Schuerger, L. Hidalgo, J. A. Jones, and M. D. Stokes 2001. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 22, 306-318.

Space networking and protocols for planetary exploration and analog planetary sites.
Braham, S., R. Alena, B. Gilbaugh, B. Glass 2001. In Proceedings of the 2001 IEEE Aerospace Conf., Big Sky, March, 2001.

Investigation of extravehicular activity requirements and techniques at an Arctic Mars analog field science base.
Etter, D., P. Kinsman, and P. Lee 2001. In Proceedings of the ICES Conference, Paper 2001-01-2199.

Diagnostics and imaging via telemedicine on Devon Island as a Mars analog.
Jones, J., P. McGinnis, S. Simmons, D. Butler, T. Guess, R. Effenhauser, D. Krause, S. Melton, J. Thomas, J. Logan, A. Sargsyan, D. Martin, and P. Lee 2001. Aerospace Medicine Grand Rounds, Center for Advanced Space STudies, Houston, TX, 1 May, 2001A, and Aerospace Medical Association Meeting (Space Medicine Branch sponsored session), Reno, NV, 7 May, 2001.v

The Haughton-Mars Project: Validation of medical technologies and operations on Devon Island.
Butler, D. J., S. C. Simmons, T. Guess, R. Effenhauser, J. Jones, P. McGinnis, and P. Lee 2001. American Telemedicine Association Meeting, Ft. Lauderdale, FL, 4 June, 2001.

Osinski G. R. and Spray J. G. 2001.
Impact-generated carbonate melts: Evidence from the Haughton Structure, Canada.
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 194:17-29.

Clancey, W. J.
Field Science Ethnography: Methods for Systematic Observation on an Expedition.
Field Methods, 13(3):223-243, August 2001.

HMP Publications 2000

Haughton Crater and surroundings, Devon Island, Nunavut, Arctic Canada: Significance for Astrobiology
Lee, P. 2000. Astrobiology Conf., NASA Ames Research Center, April 2000.
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Selective fluvial erosion on Mars: Glacial selective linear erosion on Devon Island, Nunavut, Arctic Canada, as a possible analog
Lee, P. 2000. Lunar & Planet. Sci. Conf. XXXI, March 2000.
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Post-impact hydrothermal activity at the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada
Osinski, G. R., J. G. Spray, T. E. Bunch, R. A. F. Grieve, J. W. Schutt, and P. Lee 2000. Lunar & Planet. Sci. Conf. XXXI, March, 2000.
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Osinski G. R., Spray J. G., and Lee P. 2000.
The modification stage of complex crater formation: Constraints from the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada.
Geological Society of America Annual Meeting. Reno, USA, November 14 2000.

HMP Publications 1999
Small valley networks on Mars: The glacial meltwater channel networks of Devon Island, Nunavut Territory, Arctic Canada, as possible analogs
Lee, P., and J. W. Rice, Jr. 1999. 5th Mars Conference, Jul 1999.
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Possible analogs for small valleys on Mars at the Haughton impact crater site, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic
Lee, P., J. W. Rice, Jr., T. E. Bunch, R. A. F. Grieve, C. P. McKay, J. W. Schutt, and A. P. Zent 1999. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXX., Mar 99.
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Canada and analogue sites for Mars exploration
Braham, S., P. Anderson, P. Lee, R. Alena, and B. Glass 1999. Second Canadian Space Exploration Workshop, Calgary, AL, Oct., 1999.
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Clancey, W. J.
Visualizing Practical Knowledge: The Haughton-Mars Project.
In C. Maar, E. Pöppel and H. Ulrich Obrist (Eds.), Weltwissen – Wissenswelt. Das globale Netz von Text und Bild, pp. 325-341. Cologne: Dumont Verlag.

Osinski G. R. and Spray J. G. 1999.
Impact into sedimentary targets; II, Haughton Crater, Devon Island, Canada.
Abstracts with Programs Geological Society of America 31, 65.

HMP Publications 1998
A unique Mars analog site: The Haughton impact crater and surroundings, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic
Lee, P., A. P. Zent, and the Haughton-Mars Project Team 1998. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc.

Haughton-Mars 97 – I: Overview of observations at the Haughton impact crater, a unique Mars analog site in the Canadian High Arctic
Lee, P., T. E. Bunch, N. Cabrol, C. S. Cockell, R. A. F. Grieve, C. P. McKay, J. W. Rice, Jr., J. W. Schutt, and A. P. Zent 1998. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXIX, Mar 98, 1973-1974.

Haughton-Mars 97 – II: Preliminary observations on highly shocked crystalline basement rocks from the Haughton impact crater
Bunch, T. E., R. A. F. Grieve, P. Lee, C. P. McKay, J. W. Rice, Jr., J. W. Schutt, and A. P. Zent 1998. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXiX, Mar 98, 1307-1308.

The role of brecciation in controlling morphology at Haughton crater: Climatic implications for Mars
Zent, A. P., T. E. Bunch, R. A. F. Grieve, P. Lee, C. P. McKay, J. W. Rice, Jr., and J. W. Schutt 1998. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXIX, Mar 98, 1301-1302.

HMP Publications 1997

A unique Mars/Early Mars analog on Earth: The Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canadian Arctic
Lee, P. 1997. In Conf. on Early Mars: Geologic and hydrologic evolution, physical and chemical environments, and the implications for life. LPI Contrib. No. 916, 50.

HMP Publications 1997

Lee P. 1997.
A unique Mars/Early Mars analog on Earth: The Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canadian Arctic.
1st Conference on Early Mars: Geologic and hydrologic evolution, physical and chemical environments, and the implications for life. LPI Contrib. No. 916, 50.

Related Publications

Antarctica
Search for meteorites at Martin Hills and Pirrit Hills, Antarctica.
Lee, P., W. A. Cassidy, D. Apostolopoulos, D. Bassi, L. Bravo, H. Cifuentes, M. Deans, A. Foessel, S. Moorehead, M. Parris, C. Puebla, L. Pedersen, M. Sibenac, F. ValdÈs, N. Vandapel, and W. L. Whittaker 1999. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXX, Mar 99.

Search for meteorites in the Patriot Hills area, Ellsworth Mountains, West Antarctica.
Lee, P., W. A. Cassidy, D. Apostolopoulos, M. Deans, A. Foessel, C. Krause, S. Parra, L. Pedersen, K. Schwehr, and W. L. Whittaker 1998. Meteorit. & Planet. Sc i., 33 Supplement, A92-A93.

Robotic rock classification using visible light reflectance spectroscopy. Preliminary results from the Robotic Antarctic Meteorite Search Program.
Pedersen, L., D. Apostolopoulos, W. Whittaker, W. Cassidy, P. Lee and T. Roush 1999. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. XXX, Mar 99.

Observations magnÈtiques des Terres Australes et Antarctiques FranÁaises: Observations magnÈtiques ‡ Dumont d’Urville, Terre AdÈlie (66∞40′S,140∞01′E) – 1988
Bitterly, J., P. Lee et al. 1994. . In Observations magnÈtiques 1988 (P. Tarits and H. Robic, Eds.), Bull. No. 2, Bureau Central de MagnÈtisme Terrestre, Paris, France, 53-100.

Observations sismologiques ‡ Dumont d’Urville, Terre AdÈlie (66∞39’54″S,140∞00’35″E) – 1988.
Rouland, D., P. Lee et al. 1989. In Bulletin sismologique de la station Dumont d’Urville, Terre AdÈlie (Ch. Condis et al., Eds.), Fasc. 2, 67 pp. Institut de Physique du Globe, Strasbourg, France.

Asteroids

Physical Properties and Processing of Asteroid Regoliths and Interiors.
Lee, P. 1997. Ph.D. Thesis. Cornell University, Ithaca, N.Y. 260pp.

Dust levitation on asteroids.
Lee, P. 1996. Icarus 124, 181-194.

Ejecta blocks on 243 Ida and on other asteroids.
Lee, P., J. Veverka, P. Thomas, M. J. S. Belton, C. R. Chapman, P. Geissler, R. Greenberg, J.-M. Petit, R. Greeley, R. Pappalardo, R. Sullivan, and the Galileo SSI Team 1996. Icarus 120, 87-105.

The exchange of impact ejecta between terrestrial planets.
Gladman, B., J. A. Burns, M. Duncan, P. Lee, and H. Levison 1996. Science 271, 1387-1392.

Impact Craters

Search for a meteoritic component at the Beaverhead impact structure, Montana.
Lee, P. and R. W. Kay 1992. LPI Contrib. No.790, 47.

Preliminary scientific results of the International Cambodian Crater Expedition – 1992
Hartung, J., C. Koeberl, P. Lee, K. Pagnacith, and T. Sambath 1992. Meteoritics 27, 231.

Microbial mats in the Tswaing impact crater, South Africa – Results from a south african exobiology expedition and implications for the search for biological molecules on Mars.
Cockell, C.S., D. Brandt, K. Hand, P. Lee 2001. Lunar & Planet. Sci. Conf. XXXII, March 2001.

Mars

Longitudinal dunes on Mars: Relation to current wind regimes.
Lee, P. and P. C. Thomas 1994. Journal of Geophysical Research 100, MSATT special issue, 5381-5395.

Briny lakes on early Mars? Terrestrial intracrater playas and martian candidates.
Lee, P. 1993. LPI Tech. Rep. 93-03, Part 1, 17.

The ultraviolet environment of Mars: Biological implications past, present and future.
Cockell, C. S., D. Catling, W. L. Davis, K. Snook, R. L. Kepner, P. Lee, and C. P. McKay 2000. Icarus 146, 343-359.

The 1999 Marsokhod rover mission simulation at Silver Lake, California: Mission overview, data sets, and summary of results.
Stoker, C. R., N. A. Cabrol ; T. R. Roush, J. Moersch, J. Aubele, N. Barlow, E. A. Bettis, III, J. Bishop, M. Chapman, S. Clifford, C. Cockell, L. Crumpler, R. Craddock, R. DeHon, T. Foster, V. Gulick, E. Grin, K. Horton, G. Hovde, J. R. Johnson, P. Lee, M. T. Lemmon, J. Marshall, H. E. Newsom, G. G. Ori, M. Reagan, J. W. Rice, S. W. Ruff, J. Schreiner, M. Sims, P. H. SMith, K. Tanaka, H. J. Thomas, R. A. Yingst 2001. J. Geophys. Res. 106 , No. E4 , p. 7639.

Nomad Rover Field Experiment, Atacama Desert, Chile, 1, Science results overview.
Cabrol, N. A., G. Chong-Diaz, C. R. Stoker, V. C. Gulick, R. Landheim, P. Lee, T. L. Roush, A. P. Zent, C. Lameli, I. Herrera, A. Jensen ; M. P. Arrerondo, J. M. Dohm, R. Keaten, D. Wettergreen, M. H. Sims, K. Schwher, M. G. Bualat, H. J. Thomas, E. Zbinden, D. Christian, L. Pedersen, A. Bettis, III, G. Thomas, B. Witzke 2001. J. Geophys. Res. Vol. 106 , No. E4 , p. 7785.

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