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January 18, 2007

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Janice Bishop

Selected Peer-Reviewed Publications

Bishop, J. L. 2005. Hydrated Minerals on Mars. In: T. Tokano (eds.) Water on Mars and Life. Springer. 65-96.

Bishop, J. L. & Murad, E. (2005) The visible and infrared spectral properties of jarosite and alunite. American Mineralogist, 90, 1100-1107.

Minitti, M. E., Lane, M. D. & Bishop, J. L. (2005) A new hematite formation mechanism for Mars. Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 40, 55-69.

Bishop, J. L., Dyar, M. D., Lane, M. D. & Banfield, J. F. (2005a) Spectral identification of hydrated sulfates on Mars and comparison with acidic environments on Earth. International Journal of Astrobiology, 3, 275-285.

Bishop J. L., Murad E., Lane M. D., and Mancinelli R. L. (2004) Multiple Techniques for Mineral Identification on Mars: A Study of Hydrothermal Rocks as Potential Analogues for Astrobiology Sites on Mars. Icarus, 169 (2), 311-323.

Bishop J. L. and Murad E. (2004) Characterization of minerals and biogeochemical markers on Mars: A Raman and IR spectroscopy study of montmorillonite. J. Raman Spectr., 35, 480-486.

Edwards, H. G. M., Jorge Villar, S. E., Bishop, J. L. & Bloomfield, M. (2004) Raman spectroscopy of sediments from the Antarctic Dry Valleys; an analog study for exploration of potential paleolakes on Mars. Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 35, 458-462.

Lane, M. D., Dyar, M. D. & Bishop, J. L. (2004) Spectroscopic evidence for hydrous iron sulfate in the Martian soil. Geophysical Research Letters, 31, L19702, doi:10.1029/2004GL021231.

Bishop, J. L., Anglen, B. L., Pratt, L. M., Edwards, H. G. M., Des Marais, D. J. & Doran, P. T. (2003) A Spectroscopy and Isotope Study of Sediments from the Antarctic Dry Valleys as Analogs for Potential Paleolakes on Mars. International Journal of Astrobiology, 2(4), 273-287.

Bishop J. L., S. L. Murchie, C. M. Pieters, Zent A. P. (2002) A Model for Formation of Dust, Soil and Rock Coatings on Mars: Physical and Chemical Processes on the Martian Surface. J. Geophys. Res. 107(E11), 5097, doi:10.1029/2001JE001581.

Bishop J. L., Madejova J., Komadel P., and Froeschl H. (2002) The Influence of Structural Fe, Al and Mg on the Infrared OH Bands in Spectra of Dioctahedral Smectites. Clay Miner. 37, 607-616.

Schiffman, P., Southard, R. J., Eberl, D. D. & Bishop, J. L. 2002. Distinguishing palagonitized from pedogenically-altered basaltic Hawaiian tephra: mineralogical and geochemical criteria. In: J. L. Smellie and M. G. Chapman (eds.) Volcano-Ice Interactions on Earth and Mars. Geological Society, Special Publication No.202. 393-405.

Bishop, J. L., Murad, E. & Dyar, M. D. (2002a) The influence of octahedral and tetrahedral cation substitution on the structure of smectites and serpentines as observed through infrared spectroscopy. Clay Minerals, 37, 617-628.

Bishop J. L., Schiffman P., Southard R. (2002) Geochemical and mineralogical analyses of palagonitic tuffs and altered rinds of pillow lavas on Iceland and applications to Mars. In Volcano-Ice Interactions on Earth and Mars, eds. J.L. Smellie and M.G. Chapman (Geological Society, Special Pub. No. 202) London, 371-392.

Bishop J. L. and Murad E. (2002) Spectroscopic and Geochemical Analyses of Ferrihydrite from Hydrothermal Springs in Iceland and Applications to Mars. In Volcano-Ice Interactions on Earth and Mars, eds. J. L. Smellie and M. G. Chapman (Geological Society, Special Pub. No. 202) London, 357-370.

Bishop J. L., Banin A., Mancinelli R. L., Klovstad M. L. (2002) Detection of soluble and fixed NH 4+ in clay minerals by DTA and IR reflectance spectroscopy: A potential tool for planetary surface exploration, Planetary Space Science 50, 11-19.

Bishop J. L., Froeschl H., Lougear A., Newton J., Körner W., Koeberl C., Doran P. and Trautwein A. X. (2001) Mineralogical and geochemical analyses of Antarctic sediments: A reflectance and Mössbauer spectroscopy study with applications for remote sensing on Mars. Geochim. Cosmochim. Acta, 65, 2875-2897.

Bishop J. L., Murad E., Madejova J., Komadel P., Wagner U. and Scheinost A. (1999) Visible, Mössbauer and infrared spectroscopy of dioctahedral smectites: Structural analyses of the Fe-bearing smectites Sampor, SWy-1 and SWa-1. 11th International Clay Conference, June, 1997, Ottawa, 413-419.

Bishop J. L., Fröschl H. and R. L. Mancinelli (1998c) Alteration processes in volcanic soils and identification of exobiologically important weathering products on Mars using remote sensing. J. Geophys. Res. 103, 31,457-31,476.

Bishop J. L., Pieters C. M., Hiroi T. and Mustard J. F. (1998a) Spectroscopic analysis of martian meteorite ALH 84001 powder and applications for spectral identification of minerals and other soil components on Mars. Meteorit. Planet. Sci. 33, 699-708.

Selected List of Published Contributions to Academic Conferences

Bishop, J. L., Schiffman, P., Lane, M. D. & Dyar, M. D. 2005b. Solfataric alteration in Hawaii as a mechanism for formation of the sulfates observed on Mars by OMEGA and the MER instruments. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXVI., CD-ROM #1456 (abstr.).

Bishop, J. L., Rothstein, Y., Dyar, M. D., Lane, M. D., Klima, R. L. & Brophy, G. P. (2005c) Distinguishing Na, K, and H3O+ jarosite and alunite on Mars using VNIR, emittance and Mössbauer spectroscopy on the MER and Mars Express/OMEGA missions. Eos Trans. AGU, 86(52), Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P21A-0126.

Bishop J. L., Schiffman P., Drief A., and Southard R. J. (2004) Cemented volcanic soils, martian spectra and implications for the martian climate. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXV., Lunar Planet. Inst., Houston., CD-ROM #1796 (abstr.).

Schiffman, P., Zierenberg, R. A., Marks, N. & Bishop, J. L. (2004) Acid fog Deposition of Crusts on Basaltic Tephra Deposits in the Sand Wash Region of Kilauea Volcano: A Possible Mechanism for Siliceous-Sulfatic Crusts on Mars. Eos Trans. AGU, 85, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract P21A-0208.

Bishop, J. L., Schiffman, P., Southard, R. J., Drief, A., Verosub, K. L. & Smith, D. J. 2004c. Classifying terrestrial volcanic alteration processes and defining alteration processes they represent on Mars. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXV., CD-ROM #1780 (abstr.).

Pieters C. M., Dyar M. D., Hiroi T., Bishop J., Sunshine J., and Klima R. (2004) Pigeonite masquerading as olivine at Mars: First results from Mars spectroscopy consortium. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXV., Lunar Planet. Inst., Houston., .

Bishop J. L., Parente M., and Hamilton V. E. (2003) Identifying Minerals on Mars Through VNIR and Mid-IR Spectral Deconvolution based on the Martian Meteorites. Eos Trans. AGU 84 (46), Abstr.# P21B-0045.

Bishop J. L., Drief A. and M. D. Dyar (2003) Physical Alteration of Martian Dust Grains, its Influence on Detection of Clays and Identification of Aqueous Processes on Mars. In Sixth Int'l Conf. on Mars, Pasadena, CA, CD-ROM abs. #3008.

Bishop J. L. (2003) Identification of secondary minerals on Mars: Importance for water, chemical alteration, and life. Eur. Geophys. Soc. Meeting, Nice, France, CD-ROM abs. #08115.

Bishop, J. L., Parente, M. & Hamilton, V. E. (2003a) Identifying Minerals on Mars Through VNIR and Mid-IR Spectral Deconvolution based on the Martian Meteorites. Eos Trans. AGU, 84 (46), Abstr.# P21B-0045.

Bishop, J. L., Minitti, M. E., Lane, M. D. & Weitz, C. M. 2003b. The influence of glassy coatings on volcanic rocks from Mauna Iki, Hawaii and applications to rocks on Mars. Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXIV., CD-ROM #1516 (abstr.).

Bishop, J. L., Schiffman, P., Southard, R. J., Drief, A. & Verosub, K. L. 2003c. Constraints on Martian Surface Material from a Study of Volcanic Alteration in Iceland and Hawaii. Sixth Int'l Conf. on Mars, CD-ROM #3009 (abstr.).

Bishop, J. L., 2002 Rock coatings on Mars; How they might from and what they can tell us.  Lunar Planet. Sci. XXXIII., CD-ROM #1170 (abstr.).

Bishop J. L. and L. J. Rothschild (2002) Iron Oxide May Have Filtered UV for Early Photosynthetic Microbes, Astrobiology Science Conference, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, CA, p.141.

Bishop J. L., Schiffman P., Murad E. and R. Southard (2001) Iceland as a Model for Chemical Alteration on Mars. In Lunar and Planet. Sci. XXXII, CD-ROM abs. #1435.

Popular Articles

Bishop, Janice, "Seeing the Invisible Colors of Mars", SPACE.com, January 29, 2004.