Peer-reviewed publications

      * indicates member of Wray research group

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  1. G. D. McDonald*, P. M. Corlies, A. G. Hayes, J. J. Wray, M. Ádámkovics, M. J. Malaska, M. L. Cable, J. D. Hofgartner, S. Hörst, L. R. Liuzzo, J. J. Buffo, R. D. Lorenz, and E. Turtle. “Modeling transmission windows in Titan’s lower troposphere: Implications for infrared spectrometers aboard future aerial and surface missions.” Submitted (10/2018).
  2. C. Huber, L. Ojha*, and J. J. Wray. “The nature of recurring slope lineae on Mars: Dry or wet gravity currents?” Submitted (3/2018).
  3. H. T. Chilton, B. E. Schmidt, K. Duarte, K. L. Ferrier, K. H. G. Hughson, J. E. C. Scully, J. J. Wray, H. G. Sizemore, A. Nathues, T. Platz, N. Schorghofer, P. M. Schenk, M. E. Landis, M. Bland, S. Byrne, C. T. R. Russell, and C. A. Raymond. “Landslides on Ceres: Inferences into ice content and layering in the upper crust.” Revised (8/2018).
  4. L. Ojha*, S. L. Murchie, M. Massé, A. S. McEwen, C. Dundas, J. J. Wray, M. B. Wilhelm*, and J. Hanley. “Oxychlorine salts in the northern mid-latitudes of Mars: Implications for ice stability and habitability.” In revision (3/2018).
  5. C. L. Young*, M. J. Poston, J. J. Wray, K. P. Hand, and R. W. Carlson (2019). “The mid-IR spectral effects of darkening agents and porosity on the silicate surface features of airless bodies. Icarus 321, 71-81. Link
  6. M. B. Wilhelm*, A. F. Davila, M. N. Parenteau, L. L. Jahnke, M. Abate, G. Cooper, E. T. Kelly, V. Parro García, M. G. Villadangos, Y. Blanco, B. Glass, J. J. Wray, J. L. Eigenbrode, R. E. Summons, and K. Warren-Rhodes (2018). “Constraints on the metabolic activity of microorganisms in Atacama surface soils inferred from refractory biomarkers: Implications for Martian habitability and biomarker detection.” Astrobiology 18, 955-966. Link ---> Astrobiology cover story
  7. S. Ackiss, B. Horgan, F. Seelos, W. Farrand, and J. Wray (2018). “Mineralogic evidence for subglacial volcanism in the Sisyphi Montes region of Mars.” Icarus 311, 357-370. Link
  8. R. P. Irwin III, J. J. Wray, S. C. Mest, and T. A. Maxwell (2018). “Wind-eroded crater floors and intercrater plains, Terra Sabaea, Mars.” J. Geophys. Res. Planets 123, 445-467. Link
  9. L. L. Tornabene, and 23 coauthors including J. J. Wray (2018). “Image simulation and assessment of the colour and spatial capabilities of the Colour and Stereo Surface Imaging System (CaSSIS) on the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter.” Space Sci. Rev. 214, 18. Link
  10. C. M. Dundas, A. M. Bramson, L. Ojha*, J. J. Wray, M. T. Mellon, S. Byrne, A. S. McEwen, N. E. Putzig, D. Viola, S. Sutton, E. Clark, and J. W. Holt (2018). “Exposed subsurface ice sheets in the Martian mid-latitudes.” Science 359, 199-201. Link
  11. L. Ojha*, M. Chojnacki, G. D. McDonald*, A. Shumway*, M. J. Wolff, M. D. Smith, A. S. McEwen, K. Ferrier, C. Huber, J. J. Wray, and A. Toigo (2017). “Seasonal slumps in Juventae Chasma, Mars.” J. Geophys. Res. Planets 122, 2193-2214. Link
  12. N. Thomas, and 60 coauthors including J. J. Wray (2017). “The Colour and Stereo Surface Imaging System (CaSSIS) for the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter.” Space Sci. Rev. 212, 1897-1944. Link
  13. P. Brož, E. Hauber, J. J. Wray, and G. Michael (2017). “Amazonian volcanism inside Valles Marineris on Mars.” Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 473, 122-130. Link
  14. J. S. Méndez Harper, G. D. McDonald*, J. Dufek, M. J. Malaska, D. M. Burr, A. G. Hayes, J. McAdams, and J. J. Wray (2017). “Electrification of sand on Titan and its influence on sediment transport.” Nature Geosci. 10, 260-265. Link ---> Highlighted in Nature
  15. D. Susko, S. Karunatillake, G. Kodikara, J. R. Skok, J. Wray, J. Heldmann, A. Cousin, and T. Judice (2017). “Rapid magmatic evolution of a major Martian volcanic province.” Scientific Reports 7, 43177. Link
  16. M. B. Wilhelm*, A. F. Davila, J. L. Eigenbrode, M. N. Parenteau, L. L. Jahnke, X.-L. Liu, R. E. Summons, J. J. Wray, B. N. Stamos, S. S. O’Reilly, and A. Williams (2017). “Xeropreservation of functionalized lipid biomarkers in hyperarid soils in the Atacama Desert.” Org. Geochem. 103, 97-104. Link
  17. B. L. Ehlmann, and 46 coauthors including J. J. Wray (2016). “The sustainability of habitability on terrestrial planets: Insights, questions, and needed measurements from Mars for understanding the evolution of Earth-like worlds (Invited Review).” J. Geophys. Res. Planets 121, 1927-1961. Link
  18. S. Karunatillake, J. J. Wray, O. Gasnault, S. M. McLennan, A. D. Rogers, S. W. Squyres, W. V. Boynton, J. R. Skok, N. E. Button, and L. Ojha* (2016). “The association of hydrogen with sulfur on Mars across latitudes, longitudes, and compositional extremes.” J. Geophys. Res. Planets 121, 1321-1341. Link
  19. B. L. Ehlmann, G. A. Swayze, R. E. Milliken, J. F. Mustard, R. N. Clark, S. L. Murchie, G. N. Breit, J. J. Wray, B. Gondet, F. Poulet, J. Carter, W. M. Calvin, W. M. Benzel, and K. D. Seelos (2016). “Discovery of alunite in Cross Crater, Terra Sirenum, Mars: Evidence for acidic, sulfurous waters.” Am. Mineral. 101, 1527-1542. Link ---> Featured in Highlights and Breakthroughs
  20. J. J. Wray, S. L. Murchie, J. L. Bishop, B. L. Ehlmann, R. E. Milliken, M. B. Wilhelm*, K. D. Seelos, and M. Chojnacki (2016). “Orbital evidence for more widespread carbonate-bearing rocks on Mars.” J. Geophys. Res. Planets 121, 652-677. Link ---> JGR-Planets Editor's Highlight and cover story
  21. V. Sautter, M. J. Toplis, P. Beck, N. Mangold, R. Wiens, P. Pinet, A. Cousin, S. Maurice, L. LeDeit, R. Hewins, O. Gasnault, C. Quantin, O. Forni, H. Newsom, P.-Y. Meslin, J. Wray, N. Bridges, and V. Payré (2016). “Magmatic complexity on early Mars as seen through a combination of orbital, in-situ and meteorite data.” Lithos 254-255, 36-52. Link
  22. G. Komatsu, C. H. Okubo, J. J. Wray, L. Ojha*, M. Cardinale, A. Murana, R. Orosei, M. A. Chan, J. Ormö, and R. Gallagher (2016). “Small edifice features in Chryse Planitia, Mars: Assessment of a mud volcano hypothesis.” Icarus 268, 56-75. Link
  23. L. Ojha*, M. B. Wilhelm*, S. L. Murchie, A. S. McEwen, J. J. Wray, J. Hanley, M. Massé, and M. Chojnacki (2015). “Spectral evidence for hydrated salts in recurring slope lineae on Mars.” Nature Geosci. 8, 829-832. Link ---> Highest Altmetric score ever in Nature Geoscience
  24. C. L. Young*, J. J. Wray, R. N. Clark, J. R. Spencer, D. E. Jennings, K. P. Hand, M. J. Poston, and R. W. Carlson (2015). “Silicates on Iapetus from Cassini’s Composite Infrared Spectrometer.” Astrophys. J. Lett., 811, L27. Link
  25. V. Sautter, and 25 coauthors including J. J. Wray (2015). “In situ evidence for continental crust on early Mars.” Nature Geosci. 8, 605-609. Link
  26. F. J. Martín-Torres, and 24 coauthors including J. Wray (2015). “Transient liquid water and water activity at Gale crater on Mars.” Nature Geosci. 8, 357-361. Link ---> Nature Geoscience cover story
  27. R. E. Arvidson, J. F. Bell III, J. G. Catalano, B. C. Clark, V. K. Fox, R. Gellert, J. P. Grotzinger, E. A. Guinness, K. E. Herkenhoff, A. H. Knoll, M. G. A. Lapotre, S. M. McLennan, D. W. Ming, R. V. Morris, S. L. Murchie, K. E. Powell, M. D. Smith, S. W. Squyres, M. J. Wolff, and J. J. Wray (2015). “Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter and Opportunity observations of the Burns Formation: Crater-hopping at Meridiani Planum.” J. Geophys. Res. Planets 120, 429-451. Link
  28. J. C. Stern, and 23 coauthors including J. J. Wray (2015). “Evidence for indigenous nitrogen in sedimentary and aeolian deposits from the Curiosity rover investigations at Gale crater, Mars.” Proc. Natl. Acad. Sci. U.S.A. 112, 4245-4250. Link
  29. C. M. Weitz, E. Noe Dobrea, and J. J. Wray (2015). “Mixtures of clays and sulfates within deposits in western Melas Chasma, Mars.” Icarus 251, 291-314. Link
  30. P. R. Mahaffy, and 27 coauthors including J. J. Wray (2015). “The imprint of atmospheric evolution in the D/H of Hesperian clay minerals on Mars.” Science 347, 412–414. Link
  31. S. Karunatillake^, J. J. Wray^, O. Gasnault, S. M. McLennan, A. D. Rogers, S. W. Squyres, W. V. Boynton, J. R. Skok, L. Ojha*, and N. Olsen (2014). “Sulfates hydrating bulk soil in the martian low and mid-latitudes.” Geophys. Res. Lett. 41, 7987-7996. Link ---> GRL Editor's Highlight
    (^ authors listed as equal contributors)
  32. J. D. Rummel, and 24 coauthors including J. J. Wray (2014). “A new analysis of Mars ‘Special Regions’: Findings of the Second MEPAG Special Regions Science Analysis Group (SR-SAG2).” Astrobiology 14, 887-968. Link ---> Astrobiology cover story
  33. S. E. Ackiss* and J. J. Wray (2014). “Occurrences of possible hydrated sulfates in the southern high latitudes of Mars.” Icarus 243, 311-324. Link
  34. A. C. McAdam, and 24 coauthors including J. J. Wray (2014). “Sulfur-bearing phases detected by evolved gas analysis of the Rocknest aeolian deposit, Gale Crater, Mars.” J. Geophys. Res. Planets 119, 373-393. Link ---> JGR cover story
  35. P. D. Archer Jr., and 20 coauthors including J. J. Wray (2014). “Abundances and implications of volatile-bearing species from Evolved Gas Analysis of the Rocknest aeolian deposit, Gale Crater, Mars.” J. Geophys. Res. Planets 119, 237-254. Link
  36. M. Chojnacki, D. M. Burr, J. E. Moersch, and J. J. Wray (2014). “Valles Marineris dune sediment provenance and pathways.” Icarus 232, 187-219. Link ---> Icarus cover story
  37. L. Ojha*, A. McEwen, C. Dundas, S. Byrne, S. Mattson, J. Wray, M. Masse, and E. Schaefer (2014). “HiRISE observations of Recurring Slope Lineae (RSL) during southern summer on Mars.” Icarus 231, 365-376. Link
  38. D. W. Ming, and 57 coauthors including J. J. Wray (2014). “Volatile and Organic Compositions of Sedimentary Rocks in Yellowknife Bay, Gale Crater, Mars.” Science 343, 1245267. Link ---> Science cover story
  39. A. S. McEwen, C. M. Dundas, S. S. Mattson, A. D. Toigo, L. Ojha*, J. J. Wray, M. Chojnacki, S. Byrne, S. L. Murchie, and N. Thomas (2014). “Recurring slope lineae in equatorial regions of Mars.” Nature Geosci. 7, 53-58. Link ---> Nature Geoscience cover story
  40. L. Ojha*, J. J. Wray, S. L. Murchie, A. S. McEwen, M. J. Wolff, and S. Karunatillake (2013). “Spectral constraints on the formation mechanism of recurring slope lineae.” Geophys. Res. Lett. 40, 5621-5626. Link
  41. J. J. Wray, S. T. Hansen*, J. Dufek, G. A. Swayze, S. L. Murchie, F. P. Seelos, J. R. Skok, R. P. Irwin III, and M. S. Ghiorso (2013). “Prolonged magmatic activity on Mars inferred from the detection of felsic rocks.” Nature Geosci. 6, 1013-1017. Link
  42. L. A. Leshin, and 34 coauthors including J. J. Wray (2013). “Volatile, Isotope, and Organic Analysis of Martian Fines with the Mars Curiosity Rover.” Science 341, 1238937. Link ---> Science cover story
  43. L. L. Tornabene, G. R. Osinski, A. S. McEwen, J. J. Wray, M. A. Craig, H. M. Sapers, and P. R. Christensen (2013). “An impact origin for hydrated silicates on Mars: A synthesis.” J. Geophys. Res. Planets 118, 994-1012. Link
  44. J. J. Wray (2013). “Gale crater: the Mars Science Laboratory/Curiosity Rover Landing Site” (Invited Review). Int. J. Astrobiol. 12, 25-38. Link
  45. E. Z. Noe Dobrea, J. J. Wray, F. J. Calef III, T. J. Parker, and S. L. Murchie (2012). “Hydrated minerals on Endeavour Crater’s rim and interior, and surrounding plains: New insights from CRISM data.” Geophys. Res. Lett. 39, L23201. Link
  46. P. R. Mahaffy, and 84 coauthors including J. Wray (2012). “The Sample Analysis at Mars Investigation and Instrument Suite.” Space Sci. Rev. 170, 401–478. Link
  47. A. S. McEwen, L. Ojha, C. M. Dundas, S. S. Mattson, S. Byrne, J. J. Wray, S. C. Cull, S. L. Murchie, N. Thomas, and V. C. Gulick (2011). “Seasonal Flows on Warm Martian Slopes.” Science 333, 740–743. Link
  48. M. S. Rice, J. F. Bell III, E. A. Cloutis, J. J. Wray, K. E. Herkenhoff, R. Sullivan, J. R. Johnson, and R. B. Anderson (2011). “Temporal observations of bright soil exposures at Gusev crater, Mars.” J. Geophys. Res. 116, E00F14. Link
  49. J. J. Wray and B. L. Ehlmann (2011). “Geology of possible Martian methane source regions.” Planet. Space Sci. 59, 196–202. Link
  50. J. J. Wray, R. E. Milliken, C. M. Dundas, G. A. Swayze, J. C. Andrews-Hanna, A. M. Baldridge, M. Chojnacki, J. L. Bishop, B. L. Ehlmann, S. L. Murchie, R. N. Clark, F. P. Seelos, L. L. Tornabene, and S. W. Squyres (2011). “Columbus crater and other possible groundwater-fed paleolakes of Terra Sirenum, Mars.” J. Geophys. Res. 116, E01001. Link ---> Most cited JGR-Planets paper published 2011-Present
  51. J. R. Michalski, J.-P. Bibring, F. Poulet, D. Loizeau, N. Mangold, E. Noe Dobrea, J. L. Bishop, J. J. Wray, N. K. McKeown, M. Parente, E. Hauber, F. Altieri, F. G. Carrozzo, and P. B. Niles (2010). “The Mawrth Vallis Region of Mars: A Potential Landing Site for the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL) Mission.” Astrobiology 10, 687–703. Link
  52. J. J. Wray, S. W. Squyres, L. H. Roach, J. L. Bishop, J. F. Mustard, and E. Z. Noe Dobrea (2010). “Identification of the Ca-sulfate bassanite in Mawrth Vallis, Mars.” Icarus 209, 416–421. Link
  53. N. T. Bridges, M. E. Banks, R. A. Beyer, F. C. Chuang, E. Z. N. Dobrea, K. E. Herkenhoff, L. P. Keszthelyi, K. E. Fishbaugh, A. S. McEwen, T. I. Michaels, B. J. Thomson, and J. J. Wray (2010). “Aeolian bedforms, yardangs, and indurated surfaces in the Tharsis Montes as seen by the HiRISE Camera: Evidence for dust aggregates.” Icarus 205, 165–182. Link
  54. M. A. Chan, J. Ormö, S. Murchie, C. H. Okubo, G. Komatsu, J. J. Wray, P. McGuire, J. A. McGovern, and the HiRISE Team (2010). “Geomorphic knobs of Candor Chasma, Mars: New Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter data and comparisons to terrestrial analogs.” Icarus 205, 138–153. Link
  55. A. S. McEwen, and 69 coauthors including J. J. Wray (2010). “The High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) during MRO’s Primary Science Phase (PSP).” Icarus 205, 2–37. Link
  56. S. Karunatillake, J. J. Wray, S. W. Squyres, G. J. Taylor, O. Gasnault, S. M. McLennan, W. Boynton, M. R. El Maarry, and J. M. Dohm (2009). “Chemically striking regions on Mars and Stealth revisited.” J. Geophys. Res. 114, E12001. Link
  57. J. J. Wray, E. Z. Noe Dobrea, R. E. Arvidson, S. M. Wiseman, S. W. Squyres, A. S. McEwen, J. F. Mustard, and S. L. Murchie (2009). “Phyllosilicates and sulfates at Endeavour Crater, Meridiani Planum, Mars.” Geophys. Res. Lett. 36, L21201. Link
  58. J. J. Wray, S. L. Murchie, S. W. Squyres, F. P. Seelos, and L. L. Tornabene (2009). “Diverse aqueous environments on ancient Mars revealed in the southern highlands.” Geology 37, 1043–1046. Link
  59. B. L. Ehlmann, J. F. Mustard, G. A. Swayze, R. N. Clark, J. L. Bishop, F. Poulet, D. J. Des Marais, L. H. Roach, R. E. Milliken, J. J. Wray, O. Barnouin-Jha, and S. L. Murchie (2009). “Identification of hydrated silicate minerals on Mars using MRO-CRISM: Geologic context near Nili Fossae and implications for aqueous alteration.” J. Geophys. Res. 114, E00D08. Link
  60. S. L. Murchie, J. F. Mustard, B. L. Ehlmann, R. E. Milliken, J. L. Bishop, N. K. McKeown, E. Z. Noe Dobrea, F. P. Seelos, D. L. Buczkowski, S. M. Wiseman, R. E. Arvidson, J. J. Wray, G. Swayze, R. N. Clark, D. J. Des Marais, A. S. McEwen, and J.-P. Bibring (2009). “A synthesis of Martian aqueous mineralogy after 1 Mars year of observations from the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.” J. Geophys. Res. 114, E00D06. Link
  61. B. L. Ehlmann, J. F. Mustard, S. L. Murchie, F. Poulet, J. L. Bishop, A. J. Brown, W. M. Calvin, R. N. Clark, D. J. Des Marais, R. E. Milliken, L. H. Roach, T. L. Roush, G. A. Swayze, and J. J. Wray (2008). “Orbital Identification of Carbonate-Bearing Rocks on Mars.” Science 322, 1828–1832. Link
  62. J. J. Wray, B. L. Ehlmann, S. W. Squyres, J. F. Mustard, and R. L. Kirk (2008). “Compositional stratigraphy of clay-bearing layered deposits at Mawrth Vallis, Mars.” Geophys. Res. Lett. 35, L12202. Link ---> GRL Editor's Highlight and cover story
  63. R. Sullivan, R. Arvidson, J. F. Bell III, R. Gellert, M. Golombek, R. Greeley, K. Herkenhoff, J. Johnson, S. Thompson, P. Whelley, and J. Wray (2008). “Wind-driven particle mobility on Mars: Insights from Mars Exploration Rover observations at ‘El Dorado’ and surroundings at Gusev Crater.” J. Geophys. Res. 113, E06S07. Link
  64. J. J. Wray and J. E. Gunn (2008). “A New Technique for Galaxy Photometric Redshifts in the Sloan Digital Sky Survey.” Astrophys. J. 678, 144–153. Link ---> Highlighted in Nature
  65. A. S. McEwen, and 32 coauthors including J. J. Wray (2007). “A Closer Look at Water-Related Geologic Activity on Mars.” Science 317, 1706–1709. Link ---> Science cover story
  66. J. J. Wray, N. Bahcall, P. Bode, C. Boettiger, and P. F. Hopkins (2006). “The Shape, Multiplicity, and Evolution of Superclusters in ΛCDM Cosmology.” Astrophys. J. 652, 907–916. Link
  67. J. J. Wray, L. Eyer, and B. Paczynski (2004). “OGLE small-amplitude variables in the Galactic bar.” Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc. 349, 1059–1068. Link

Conference presentations

      * indicates member of Wray research group

    2018

  1. P. Corlies, G. McDonald*, A. G. Hayes, M. Ádámkovics, S. M. Hörst, J. J. Wray, E. Turtle, and R. Lorenz. “Returning to Titan: Assessing Titan’s transmission for future missions.” COSPAR 42nd Scientific Assembly (2018).
  2. C. L. Young*, M. J. Poston, J. J. Wray, K. P. Hand, and R. W. Carlson. “The mid-IR spectral effects of darkening agents and porosity on the silicate surface features of airless bodies.” Asia-Oceania Geosciences Society Meeting (2018): #PS22-A027.
  3. A. M. Sessa*, J. J. Wray, and J. L. Bishop. “Discovery of alunite in candidate ExoMars landing site, Mawrth Vallis: Evidence for localized evaporative environments.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 49 (2018): #2983. Link
  4. P. Corlies, G. McDonald*, A. G. Hayes, M. Ádámkovics, S. M. Hörst, and J. J. Wray. “On the transmission of Titan’s atmosphere in application to future missions.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 49 (2018): #2596. Link
  5. L. C. Chaves, B. Horgan, K. L. Lynch*, L. Kimbrough*, J. Hanley, and J. J. Wray. “Acidic environments in Columbus crater, Mars: Implications for habitability.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 49 (2018): #1744. Link
  6. I. J. Daubar, L. Ojha, M. Chojnacki, M. Golombek, R. Lorenz, J. Wray, and K. Lewis. “Lifetime of a dust devil track and dust deposition rate in Gusev crater.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 49 (2018): #1730. Link
  7. C. Huber, L. Ojha*, and J. Wray. “Dry versus wet conditions for RSL.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 49 (2018): #1472. Link
  8. J. L. Bishop, J. J. Wray, A. Sessa*, J. Danielsen, B. L. Ehlmann, S. L. Murchie, B. Horgan, C. Gross, M. Parente, and F. P. Seelos. “Evidence of salty residues in layered outcrops at Mawrth Vallis and implications for evaporative environments on early Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 49 (2018): #1117. Link

    2017

  9. J. J. Wray, C. L. Young*, M. J. Poston, K. P. Hand, and R. W. Carlson. “The mid-IR spectral effects of darkening agents and porosity on the silicate surface features of airless bodies.” AGU Fall Meeting (2017): #P54B-07. Link
  10. C. Dundas, A. Bramson, L. Ojha*, J. Wray, M. Mellon, S. Byrne, A. McEwen, N. Putzig, D. Viola, and S. Sutton. “Ice exposures and landscape evolution in the Martian mid-latitudes.” AGU Fall Meeting (2017): #P52C-05. Link
  11. A. M. Sessa* and J. J. Wray. “Feldspathic rocks and associated mineral phases on Mars: Evidence for metamorphism?” AGU Fall Meeting (2017): #P33B-2881. Link.
  12. A. M. Dapremont* and J. J. Wray. “Visible and near-infrared spectroscopy of Hephaestus Fossae cratered cones, Mars.” AGU Fall Meeting (2017): #P33B-2880. Link
  13. K. Duarte, B. E. Schmidt, H. Chilton, K. L. Ferrier, K. H. G. Hughson, J. E. C. Scully, H. G. Sizemore, A. Nathues, T. Platz, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, and J. J. Wray. “Determining Ceres’ subsurface ice content through the properties of intermediate landslides.” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (2017): #178-6. Link
  14. H. Chilton, B. E. Schmidt, K. L. Ferrier, K. Duarte, K. H. G. Hughson, J. E. C. Scully, H. G. Sizemore, A. Nathues, T. Platz, C. T. Russell, C. A. Raymond, and J. J. Wray. “Ceres’ near surface properties from landslides.” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (2017): #146-6. Link
  15. L. Ojha*, M. Chojnacki, G. McDonald*, A. Shumway, M. J. Wolff, M. Smith, A. S. McEwen, K. L. Ferrier, C. Huber, J. J. Wray, and A. Toigo. “Seasonal slumps in Juventae Chasma, Mars.” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (2017): #319-10. Link
  16. N. Thomas, and 25 coauthors including J. Wray. “TGO/CaSSIS — First in-orbit observations.” European Planetary Science Congress (2017): #417. Link
  17. G. Eggers*, J. Wray, and J. Dufek. “Feldspathic rock on Mars: Compositional mapping of Nili Patera, Syrtis Major.” IAVCEI Scientific Assembly (2017): #MT13A-003.
  18. L. Ojha*, J. Wray, A. McEwen, and M. B. Wilhelm*. “Orbital observation of hydrated oxychlorine salts on Mars: Implications for habitability.” Astrobiology Science Conference (2017): #3509. Link
  19. A. M. Sessa* and J. J. Wray. “Occurrence of feldspathic rocks in the Martian southern highlands.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 48 (2017): #3013. Link
  20. L. P. Kimbrough* and J. J. Wray. “Phyllosilicates in Shalbatana Vallis, Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 48 (2017): #2914. Link
  21. E. K. Leask, B. L. Ehlmann, R. Anderson, and J. J. Wray. “Martian lake plumbing: Mineralogy, morphology, and geologic context of hydrated minerals in Terra Sirenum.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 48 (2017): #2609. Link
  22. L. L. Tornabene, and 22 coauthors including J. J. Wray. “Colour and Stereo Surface Imaging System on the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter: An assessment of colour and spatial capabilities through image simulations.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 48 (2017): #2179. Link
  23. G. D. McDonald*, L. Ojha*, T. H. McConnochie, M. D. Smith, and J. J. Wray. “Water vapor retrievals over north polar craters with ice mounds: Constraints on sublimation rates.” Sixth International Workshop on the Mars Atmosphere (Jan 17-20, 2017), Granada, Spain. Link

    2016

  24. P. D. Archer Jr., D. W. Ming, B. Sutter, R. V. Morris, B. C. Clark, P. H. Mahaffy, J. J. Wray, A. G. Fairen, R. Gellert, A. S. Yen, D. F. Blake, D. T. Vaniman, D. P. Glavin, J. L. Eigenbrode, M. G. Trainer, R. Navarro-González, C. P. McKay, C. Freissinet, and P. Martin. “Oxychlorine species on Mars: Implications from Gale Crater samples.” AGU Fall Meeting (2016): #P23B-2169. Link
  25. G. D. McDonald*, L. Ojha*, T. H. McConnochie, M. D. Smith, and J. J. Wray. “Constraining the sublimation rate of the Louth crater ice mound with observations of atmospheric water vapor in the thermal infrared.” AGU Fall Meeting (2016): #P21B-2090. Link
  26. A. M. Sessa* and J. J. Wray. “Detection and mapping of hydrated mineral phases associated with flat-floored Noachian impact craters in the southern highlands on Mars.” AGU Fall Meeting (2016): #P11B-1852. Link
  27. G. L. Eggers*, J. J. Wray, and J. Dufek. “Feldspathic Material in Nili Patera at Syrtis Major, Mars: Extent and Relation to Surrounding Units.” AGU Fall Meeting (2016): #P11B-1854. Link
  28. C. Huber, L. Ojha*, and J. Wray. “The shallow water cycle budget of Mars from Recurring Slope Lineae.” AGU Fall Meeting (2016): #EP43D-03. Link
  29. C. L. Young*, J. J. Wray, K. P. Hand, M. J. Poston, R. W. Carlson, R. N. Clark, J. R. Spencer, and D. E. Jennings. “Mid-infrared spectroscopy to better characterize icy moon surface compositions.” DPS Meeting 48/European Planetary Science Congress 11 (2016): #519.05.
  30. J. J. Wray, A. M. Sessa*, G. L. Eggers*, and J. Dufek. “Orbital evidence for more widespread feldspathic rocks on Mars.” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (2016): #49-8. Link
  31. S. E. Ackiss, B. Horgan, A. Campbell, F. P. Seelos, W. H. Farrand, and J. J. Wray. “Mineralogical evidence for subglacial volcanoes in the Sisyphi Montes region of Mars.” Sixth International Conference on Mars Polar Science and Exploration (September 5-9, 2016), Reykjavik, Iceland: #6086. Link
  32. C. L. Young*, J. J. Wray, K. P. Hand, M. J. Poston, R. W. Carlson, R. N. Clark, J. R. Spencer, and D. E. Jennings. “Mid-infrared spectroscopy to identify icy moon surface compositions: Evidence for phyllosilicates?” 53rd Annual Meeting of the Clay Minerals Society (2016).
  33. J. J. Wray and J. L. Bishop. “Carbonates mixed with clay minerals on Mars: Identification and implications.” 53rd Annual Meeting of the Clay Minerals Society (2016).
  34. K. L. Lynch, J. F. Biddle, R. J. Schneider, K. A. Rey, J. J. Wray, and R. F. Rosenzweig. “The Pilot Valley Basin, Utah: A Modern Habitability and Preservation Model for Groundwater-fed Martian Paleolake Basins.” Biosignature Preservation and Detection in Mars Analog Environments (2016): #2075. Link
  35. M. B. Wilhelm*, A. F. Davila, J. L. Eigenbrode, M. N. Parenteau, L. L. Jahnke, X. Liu, R. E. Summons, B. N. Stamos, J. J. Wray, S. S. O’Reilly, and A. J. Williams. “Xeropreservation of Functionalized Lipid Biomarkers in Hyperarid Soils in the Atacama Desert, Chile.” Biosignature Preservation and Detection in Mars Analog Environments (2016): #2019. Link
  36. P. D. Archer Jr., D. W. Ming, B. Sutter, R. V. Morris, B. C. Clark, P. H. Mahaffy, J. J. Wray, A. G. Fairen, R. Gellert, A. S. Yen, D. F. Blake, D. T. Vaniman, D. P. Glavin, J. L. Eigenbrode, M. G. Trainer, R. Navarro-González, C. P. McKay, and C. Freissinet. “Oxychlorine species on Mars: Implications from Gale Crater samples.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 47 (2016): #2947. Link
  37. A. M. Sessa* and S. A. Parra*, J. J. Wray, R. P. Irwin III, T. A. Maxwell, and S. C. Mest. “Compositional mapping of Noachian impact crater floors on Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 47 (2016): #2391. Link
  38. D. R. Lowe, J. L. Bishop, R. A. Beyer, M. B. Wilhelm*, J. J. Wray, and D. Loizeau. “Characterization of aeolian and sedimentary features in the Mawrth Vallis region, Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 47 (2016): #1651. Link
  39. J. L. Bishop, C. Gross, E. B. Rampe, J. J. Wray, M. Parente, B. Horgan, D. Loizeau, C. E. Viviano-Beck, F. P. Seelos, B. L. Ehlmann, and R. N. Clark. “Mineralogy of layered outcrops at Mawrth Vallis and implications for early aqueous geochemistry on Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 47 (2016): #1332. Link
  40. N. Thomas, and 58 coauthors including J. J. Wray. “The Colour and Stereo Surface Imaging System for ESA’s Trace Gas Orbiter.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 47 (2016): #1306. Link
  41. S. E. Ackiss, A. Campbell, B. Horgan, F. P. Seelos, and J. J. Wray. “Mineralogical evidence for subglacial volcanoes in the Sisyphi Montes region of Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 47 (2016): #1305. Link
  42. G. Komatsu, C. H. Okubo, J. J. Wray, L. Ojha*, M. Cardinale, A. Murana, R. Orosei, M. A. Chan, J. Ormö, and R. Gallagher. “Probable mud volcanoes in Chryse Planitia, Mars: Updates on morphological, sedimentological and spectral studies.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 47 (2016): #1067. Link

    2015

  43. G. Eggers*, J. Wray, and J. Dufek. “Areal Distribution of Potential Felsic Material in Nili Patera at Syrtis Major, Mars.” AGU Fall Meeting (2015): #P43D-2137. Link
  44. C. Young*, J. Wray, K. Hand, M. Poston, R. Carlson, R. Clark, J. Spencer, and D. Jennings. “Discovering New Compounds on Icy Moon Surfaces with Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy.” AGU Fall Meeting (2015): #P43A-2094. Link
  45. M. B. Wilhelm*, A. Davila, J. Eigenbrode, M. Parenteau, L. Jahnke, R. Summons, X. Liu, J. Wray, B. Stamos, S. O’Reilly, and A. Williams. “Preservation of Lipid Biomarkers Under Prolonged and Extreme Hyperaridity in Atacama Desert Soils.” AGU Fall Meeting (2015): #P31A-2026. Link
  46. N. Thomas, and 24 coauthors including J. Wray. “The Colour and Stereo Surface Imaging System (CaSSIS) on ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO): Building on orbital imaging from MRO and Mars Express.” AGU Fall Meeting (2015): #P11B-2078. Link
  47. C. L. Young*, J. J. Wray, K. P. Hand, M. J. Poston, R. W. Carlson, R. N. Clark, J. R. Spencer, and D. E. Jennings. “Identifying new surface constituents of icy moons using mid-infrared spectroscopy.” DPS Meeting 47 (2015): #508.08. Link
  48. G. D. McDonald*, P. M. Corlies, J. J. Wray, J. D. Hofgartner, S. M. Hörst, A. G. Hayes, L. R. Liuzzo, and J. J. Buffo. “Transmission windows in Titan’s lower troposphere: Implications for IR spectrometers aboard future aerial and surface missions.” DPS Meeting 47 (2015): #310.12. Link
  49. J. L. Bishop, C. Gross, M. Parente, J. J. Wray, B. Horgan, C. E. Viviano-Beck, and F. P. Seelos. “The transition from neutral to acidic alteration at Mawrth Vallis as observed from the mineralogical record.” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (2015): #21-7. Link
  50. K. L. Lynch and J. J. Wray. “Exploring Habitability, Hydrology, and Climate Change on Mars at Columbus Crater.” First Landing Site/Exploration Zone Workshop for Human Missions to the Surface of Mars (Oct 27-30, 2015), Houston, TX: #1041. Link
  51. S. E. Ackiss, J. J. Wray, K. D. Seelos, and P. B. Niles. “Huygens crater: Insights into Noachian volcanism, stratigraphy, and aqueous processes.” First Landing Site/Exploration Zone Workshop for Human Missions to the Surface of Mars (Oct 27-30, 2015), Houston, TX: #1032. Link
  52. A. McEwen, M. Chojnacki, H. Miyamoto, R. Hemmi, C. Weitz, R. Williams, C. Quantin, J. Flahaut, J. Wray, S. Turner, J. Bridges, S. Grebby, C. Leung, and S. Rafkin. “Landing site and exploration zone in eastern Melas Chasma.” First Landing Site/Exploration Zone Workshop for Human Missions to the Surface of Mars (Oct 27-30, 2015), Houston, TX: #1007. Link
  53. M. B. Wilhelm*, A. F. Davila, J. L. Eigenbrode, M. N. Parenteau, L. L. Jahnke, R. E. Summons, X. Liu, and J. J. Wray. “Lipid biomarker preservation under extreme and prolonged dryness in the Atacama Desert, Chile and implications for Mars.” European Planetary Science Congress (2015): #890. Link
  54. L. Ojha*, M. B. Wilhelm*, S. L. Murchie, A. S. McEwen, J. J. Wray, J. Hanley, M. Massé, and M. Chojnacki. “Spectral evidence for hydrated salts in seasonal brine flows on Mars.” European Planetary Science Congress (2015): #838. Link
  55. V. Sautter, M. J. Toplis, A. Cousin, C. Fabre, R. C. Wiens, N. Mangold, O. Forni, O. Gasnault, P. Pinet, W. Rapin, M. Fisk, L. Le Deit, P.-Y. Meslin, S. Maurice, J. Lasue, E. Stolper, P. Beck, J. Wray, J. C. Bridges, S. Le Mouelic, H Newsom, N. Lanza, and the ChemCam Team. “Granodiorite and alkaline suite at Gale crater: Continental crust on early Mars.” European Planetary Science Congress (2015): #729. Link
  56. A. McEwen, C. Dundas, M. Chojnacki, and J. Wray. “Recurring Slope Lineae (RSL) near candidate Mars 2020 landing sites.” 2nd Landing Site Workshop for the 2020 Mars Rover Mission (Aug 4-6, 2015), Monrovia, CA. Link
  57. R. Irwin, J. Wray, and J. Grant. “Phases of erosion and deposition recorded in Holden crater outcrops.” 2nd Landing Site Workshop for the 2020 Mars Rover Mission (Aug 4-6, 2015), Monrovia, CA. Link
  58. M. B. Wilhelm*, A. F. Davila, J. E. Eigenbrode, M. N. Parenteau, L. L. Jahnke, R. E. Summons, X. Liu, A. J. Williams, and J. J. Wray. “Preservation of lipid biomarkers in the Atacama Desert, Chile.” Astrobiology Science Conference (2015): #7413. Link
  59. J. L. Bishop, S. J. King, A. J. Brown, and J. J. Wray. “Investigating the chemistry of martian carbonates using CRISM data.” Astrobiology Science Conference (2015): #7285. Link
  60. N. A. Cabrol, and 27 coauthors including J. Wray. “Roadmap to biosignature exploration on Mars.” Astrobiology Science Conference (2015): #7010. Link
  61. P. D. Archer Jr., D. W. Ming, B. Sutter, R. V. Morris, B. C. Clark, P. H. Mahaffy, J. J. Wray, A. G. Fairen, R. Gellert, A. S. Yen, D. F. Blake, D. T. Vaniman, D. P. Glavin, J. L. Eigenbrode, M. G. Trainer, R. Navarro-González, C. P. McKay, and C. Freissinet. “Oxychlorine species on Mars: The Gale Crater story.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 46 (2015): #2971. Link
  62. G. D. McDonald*, P. Corlies, J. J. Wray, S. M. Hörst, J. D. Hofgartner, L. R. Liuzzo, J. Buffo, and A. G. Hayes. “Altitude-dependence of Titan's methane transmission windows: Informing future missions.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 46 (2015): #2307. Link
  63. V. Sautter, and 23 coauthors including J. J. Wray. “Granodiorite and an alkaline suite analysed by ChemCam at Gale Crater.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 46 (2015): #1943. Link
  64. J. S. Méndez Harper, G. D. McDonald*, J. Dufek, A. G. Hayes, M. J. Malaska, J. S. McAdams, M. B. Wilhelm*, and J. J. Wray. “Triboelectric charging of Titan dune grains: Effect on sediment transport.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 46 (2015): #1637. Link
  65. J. L. Bishop, C. Gross, J. J. Wray, B. Horgan, C. E. Viviano-Beck, and F. P. Seelos. “Acid alteration at Mawrth Vallis between the older Fe/Mg-rich clays and the younger Al/Si-rich clays.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 46 (2015): #1455. Link
  66. S. Karunatillake^, J. J. Wray^, O. Gasnault, S. M. McLennan, A. D. Rogers, S. W. Squyres, W. V. Boynton, J. R. Skok, N. E. Button, and L. Ojha*. “Latitudinal variation in the association of H2O with sulfur in Martian soil.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 46 (2015): #1175. Link
    (^ authors listed as equal contributors)

    2014

  67. D. A. Susko, S. Karunatillake, J. J. Wray, J. R. Skok, J. Hurowitz, L. Ojha*, T. Judice, and R. O. J. Bentley. “Chemical provinces reveal Elysium volcano's compositional evolution.” AGU Fall Meeting (2014): #P41B-3904. Link
  68. S. Karunatillake, J. J. Wray, O. Gasnault, S. M. McLennan, D. Rogers, W. V. Boynton, J. R. Skok, L. Ojha*, and N. E. Button. “Variations in the association of H2O with sulfur on Mars.” AGU Fall Meeting (2014): #P41A-3890. Link
  69. J. J. Wray, C. L. Young*, K. P. Hand, M. J. Poston, R. W. Carlson, R. N. Clark, J. R. Spencer, and D. E. Jennings. “Laboratory infrared spectroscopy to identify new compounds on icy moon surfaces.” DPS Meeting 46 (2014): #418.16. Link
  70. L. Ojha*, M. J. Wolff, M. B. Wilhelm*, and J. J. Wray. “Temporal variations observed in spectra of active features on Mars.” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (2014): #329-6. Link
  71. J. L. Bishop, B. Horgan, J. J. Wray, D. Loizeau, C. Gross, P. C. McGuire, M. Parente, F. Seelos, C. E. Viviano-Beck, and S. L. Murchie. “Composition and stratigraphy of acidic or salty components at Mawrth Vallis, Mars.” European Planetary Science Congress (2014): #694. Link
  72. N. Thomas, and 23 coauthors including J. Wray. “The Colour and Stereo Surface Imaging System (CaSSIS) for ESA’s Trace Gas Orbiter.” European Planetary Science Congress (2014): #100. Link
  73. A. C. McAdam, H. B. Franz, P. D. Archer Jr., B. Sutter, J. L. Eigenbrode, C. Freissinet, S. K. Atreya, D. L. Bish, D. F. Blake, A. Brunner, P. R. Mahaffy, D. W. Ming, R. V. Morris, R. Navarro-Gonzalez, E. B. Rampe, A. Steele, J. J. Wray, and the MSL Science Team. “Reduced and oxidized sulfur compounds detected by evolved gas analyses of materials from Yellowknife Bay, Gale Crater, Mars.” 8th International Mars Conference (2014): #1439. Link
  74. A. McEwen, and 21 coauthors including J. Wray. “Recurring Slope Lineae on Mars.” 8th International Mars Conference (2014): #1149. Link
  75. D. W. Beaty, and 24 coauthors including J. Wray. “An updated planetary protection special regions on Mars analysis by the MEPAG Special Regions-Science Analysis Group 2.” 8th International Mars Conference (2014): #1145. Link
  76. N. Thomas, and 23 coauthors including J. Wray. “The Colour and Stereo Surface Imaging System (CaSSIS) for ESA’s Trace Gas Orbiter.” 8th International Mars Conference (2014): #1067. Link
  77. S. E. Ackiss* and J. J. Wray. “Occurrences of possible hydrated sulfates in the southern high latitudes of Mars.” 8th International Mars Conference (2014): #1040. Link
  78. R. Navarro-González, and 26 coauthors including J. J. Wray. “Search for nitrates on Mars by the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) instrument.” COSPAR 40th Scientific Assembly (2014). Link
  79. N. Thomas, and 20 coauthors including J. Wray. “The Colour and Stereo Surface Imaging System (CaSSIS) for ESA’s 2016 Trace Gas Orbiter mission.” Asia-Oceania Geosciences Society Meeting (2014): #ST16-PS13-A021. Link
  80. R. Arevalo Jr., and 21 coauthors including J. J. Wray. “Evolved Gas Analysis of the Rocknest aeolian bedform, Gale Crater, Mars.” Goldschmidt Conference (2014). Link
  81. R. Navarro-González, and 26 coauthors including J. Wray. “Search for nitrates on Mars by the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) instrument.” EGU General Assembly (2014): #14820. Link
  82. A. McEwen, S. Byrne, V. F. Chevrier, M. Chojnacki, C. M. Dundas, M. Masse, S. Mattson, L. Ojha*, A. Pommerol, A. D. Toigo, and J. J. Wray. “Recurring Slope Lineae and Future Exploration of Mars.” EGU General Assembly (2014): #8851. Link
  83. R. Navarro-González, and 27 coauthors including J. J. Wray. “Detection of nitric oxide by the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) instrument. Implications for the presence of nitrates.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 45 (2014): #2909. Link
  84. J. C. Stern, R. Navarro-González, C. Freissinet, C. P. McKay, P. D. Archer Jr., A. Buch, A. E. Brunner, P. Coll, J. L. Eigenbrode, H. B. Franz, D. P. Glavin, A. C. McAdam, D. W. Ming, A. Steele, B. Sutter, C. Szopa, J. J. Wray, P. G. Conrad, P. R. Mahaffy, and the MSL Science Team. “Detection and quantification of nitrogen compounds in the first drilled Martian solid samples by the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) instrument suite on the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL).” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 45 (2014): #2743. Link
  85. M. Chojnacki, A. McEwen, C. Dundas, S. Mattson, L. Ojha*, S. Byrne, J. Wray, and the HiRISE Team. “Geologic context of recurring slope lineae in Coprates Chasma.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 45 (2014): #2701. Link
  86. A. C. McAdam, H. B. Franz, P. D. Archer Jr., B. Sutter, J. L. Eigenbrode, C. Freissinet, S. K. Atreya, D. L. Bish, D. F. Blake, A. Brunner, P. R. Mahaffy, D. W. Ming, R. V. Morris, R. Navarro-Gonzalez, E. B. Rampe, A. Steele, J. J. Wray, and the MSL Science Team. “Sulfur-bearing compounds detected by MSL SAM evolved gas analysis of materials from Yellowknife Bay, Gale Crater, Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 45 (2014): #2257. Link
  87. C. L. Young*, J. J. Wray, R. N. Clark, K. P. Hand, and J. R. Spencer. “Icy satellite surface compositions from thermal infrared spectroscopy.” Workshop on The Habitability of Icy Worlds (February 5-7, 2014), Pasadena, CA: #4038. Link

    2013

  88. A. S. McEwen, C. M. Dundas, S. Mattson, A. D. Toigo, L. Ojha*, J. J. Wray, M. Chojnacki, S. Byrne, S. L. Murchie, and N. Thomas. “Recurring Slope Lineae in Mid-Latitude and Equatorial Mars.” AGU Fall Meeting (2013): #P31C-10.
  89. S. J. Ralston* and J. J. Wray. “Correlations Between Textures and Infrared Spectra of the Martian Surface in Valles Marineris.” AGU Fall Meeting (2013): #P23F-1860.
  90. J. C. Stern, R. Navarro-Gonzalez, C. Freissinet, C. P. McKay, P. D. Archer, A. Buch, J. L. Eigenbrode, H. Franz, D. P. Glavin, D. W. Ming, A. Steele, C. Szopa, J. J. Wray, P. G. Conrad, P. R. Mahaffy, and the MSL Science Team. “Detection and Quantification of Nitrogen Compounds in Martian Solid Samples by the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) Instrument Suite.” AGU Fall Meeting (2013): #P23C-1813.
  91. R. Navarro-Gonzalez, and 26 coauthors including J. J. Wray. “The Search for Nitrates on Mars by the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) instrument.” AGU Fall Meeting (2013): #P23C-1809.
  92. C. L. Young*, J. J. Wray, J. R. Spencer, R. N. Clark, and K. P. Hand. “Cassini CIRS characterization of icy moon surface composition.” DPS Meeting 45 (2013): #417.03. Link
  93. A. McEwen, C. Dundas, S. Mattson, A. Toigo, L. Ojha*, S. Murchie, N. Thomas, J. Wray, S. Byrne, and M. Chojnacki. “Recurring Slope Lineae (RSL) in Equatorial Mars.” European Planetary Science Congress (2013): #846. Link
  94. L. Ojha* & M. B. Wilhelm*, and J. J. Wray. “Spectral study of water tracks as an analog for recurring slope lineae.” Analog Sites for Mars Missions II: Past, Present and Future Missions to Mars (August 5-7, 2013), Washington, DC: #4013. Link
  95. M. B. Wilhelm* & L. Ojha*, A. E. Brunner, J. Dufek, and J. J. Wray. “Organic entrainment and preservation in volcanic glasses.” Analog Sites for Mars Missions II: Past, Present and Future Missions to Mars (August 5-7, 2013), Washington, DC: #4021. Link
  96. E. Z. Noe Dobrea, J. J. Wray, F. J. Calef III, T. J. Parker, and S. L. Murchie. “Hydrated minerals on Endeavour Crater's rim, interior, and surrounding plains: New insights from CRISM data.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 44 (2013): #3079. Link
  97. J. J. Wray, S. T. Hansen*, J. Dufek, G. A. Swayze, S. L. Murchie, F. P. Seelos, J. R. Skok, R. P. Irwin III, and M. S. Ghiorso. “Infrared spectral identification of unusually feldspar-rich rocks on Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 44 (2013): #3065. Link
  98. G. Di Achille, C. Popa, S. Silvestro, J. Wray, F. G. Carrozzo, and F. Esposito. “High resolution morphometry and mineralogy of the Shalbatana paleolacustrine deposits (Mars) using MRO HiRISE and CRISM data.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 44 (2013): #3027. Link
  99. J. J. Wray, P. D. Archer Jr., W. B. Brinckerhoff, J. L. Eigenbrode, H. B. Franz, C. Freissinet, D. P. Glavin, P. R. Mahaffy, C. P. McKay, R. Navarro-González, A. Steele, J. C. Stern, C. R. Webster, and the MSL Science Team. “The search for ammonia in Martian soils with Curiosity's SAM instrument.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 44 (2013): #2942. Link
  100. J. C. Stern, A. Steele, A. Brunner, P. Coll, J. Eigenbrode, H. B. Franz, C. Freissinet, D. Glavin, J. H. Jones, R. Navarro-Gonzalez, P. R. Mahaffy, A. C. McAdam, C. McKay, J. Wray, and the MSL Science Team. “Detection of Reduced Nitrogen Compounds at Rocknest using the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) Instrument on the Mars Science Laboratory (MSL).” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 44 (2013): #2790. Link
  101. R. Navarro-González, and 31 coauthors including J. J. Wray. “Possible detection of nitrates on Mars by the Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) instrument.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 44 (2013): #2648. Link
  102. J. L. Bishop, J. J. Wray, B. L. Ehlmann, A. J. Brown, and M. Parente. “Refining Martian carbonate chemistries determined through CRISM analyses of several carbonate-bearing outcrops.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 44 (2013): #2555. Link
  103. M. B. Wilhelm*, J. L. Bishop, J. J. Wray, and L. Ojha*. “Structural variation in the ancient phyllosilicates at Mawrth Vallis, Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 44 (2013): #2440. Link
  104. L. Ojha*, J. J. Wray, A. S. McEwen, and S. L. Murchie. “Spectral constraints on the nature and formation mechanism of recurring slope lineae.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 44 (2013): #2423. Link
  105. P. G. Conrad, and 29 coauthors including J. Wray. “Habitability assessment at Gale crater: Implications from initial results.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 44 (2013): #2185. Link
  106. C. M. Weitz, E. Noe Dobrea, and J. J. Wray. “Gypsum, jarosite, and other minerals associated with a blocky deposit in western Melas Chasma.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 44 (2013): #2076. Link
  107. A. C. McAdam, and 20 coauthors including J. Wray. “Insights into the sulfur mineralogy of Martian soil at Rocknest, Gale crater, enabled by evolved gas analysis.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 44 (2013): #1751. Link
  108. P. R. Mahaffy, and 60 coauthors including J. Wray. “Curiosity's Sample Analysis at Mars (SAM) investigation: Overview of results from the first 120 sols on Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 44 (2013): #1395. Link
  109. L. Ojha*, J. J. Wray, A. S. McEwen, and S. L. Murchie. “Spectral Constraints on the Nature and Formation Mechanism of Recurring Slope Lineae.” Conference on The Present-Day Habitability of Mars (February 4-6, 2013), Los Angeles, CA: #55. Link
  110. S. Karunatillake, J. J. Wray, O. Gasnault, S. M. McLennan, A. D. Rogers, S. W. Squyres, and W. V. Boynton. “Regional prevalence of Fe-sulfates on Mars.” Conference on The Present-Day Habitability of Mars (February 4-6, 2013), Los Angeles, CA: #53. Link
  111. A. S. McEwen, S. Byrne, C. Dundas, L. Ojha*, S. Murchie, N. Thomas, and J. Wray. “Recurring Slope Lineae (RSL): Flow of Briny Water on Present-Day Mars?” Conference on The Present-Day Habitability of Mars (February 4-6, 2013), Los Angeles, CA: #36. Link

    2012

  112. S. E. Ackiss* and J. J. Wray. “Hydrated Sulfates in the Southern High Latitudes of Mars.” AGU Fall Meeting (2012): #P11E-1860.
  113. A. McEwen, S. Byrne, C. Dundas, S. Mattson, L. Ojha*, E. Schaefer, and J. Wray. “Recurring Slope Lineae in Valles Marineris, Mars.” AGU Fall Meeting (2012): #P21C-1857.
  114. J. J. Wray, S. T. Hansen*, J. Dufek, G. A. Swayze, S. L. Murchie, F. P. Seelos, J. R. Skok, and R. P. Irwin III. “Identification and formation of felsic rocks on Mars.” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (2012): #60-3. Link
  115. A. McEwen, S. Byrne, C. Dundas, S. Mattson, S. Murchie, L. Ojha*, E. Schaefer, N. Thomas, and J. Wray. “Recurring Slope Lineae: Evidence for Present-Day Flowing Water on Mars?” European Planetary Science Congress (2012): #276. Link
  116. J. J. Wray. “The Scientific Necessity of Landing at Diverse Sites on Mars.” Concepts and Approaches for Mars Exploration (2012): #4380. Link
  117. K. P. Hand, J. Wray, W. Calvin, and R. W. Carlson. “Active and Passive Mid-Infrared Spectroscopy on Mars for In Situ analyses and Connection to Remote Sensing Observation.” Concepts and Approaches for Mars Exploration (2012): #4375. Link
  118. A. McEwen, S. Byrne, V. Chevrier, C. Dundas, C. Hansen, M. Masse, S. Mattson, S. Murchie, L. Ojha, D. Paige, E. Schaefer, N. Thomas, and J. Wray. “Future Orbital Measurements Needed to Understand Present-day Liquid H2O on the Surface of Mars.” Concepts and Approaches for Mars Exploration (2012): #4284. Link
  119. P. B. Niles, and 51 coauthors including J. J. Wray. “Multiple Smaller Missions as a Direct Pathway to Mars Sample Return.” Concepts and Approaches for Mars Exploration (2012): #4234. Link
  120. S. Karunatillake, C. Hardgrove, and J. J. Wray. “Importance of Future Gamma and Neutron Spectrometers at Mars.” Concepts and Approaches for Mars Exploration (2012): #4083. Link
  121. M. Chojnacki, J. E. Moersch, D. M. Burr, and J. J. Wray. “Potential sediment sources and pathways in Valles Marineris dune fields: Implications for Martian aeolian systems.” 3rd International Planetary Dunes Workshop (2012): #7040. Link
  122. L. L. Tornabene, C. M. Caudill, G. R. Osinski, A. S. McEwen, J. J. Wray, J. F. Mustard, J. R. Skok, J. A. Grant, and S. Mattson. “A crater-exposed bedrock database for Mars with applications for determining the composition and structure of the upper crust.” 3rd International Conference on Early Mars (2012): #7069. Link
  123. R. P. Irwin III, J. J. Wray, T. A. Maxwell, S. C. Mest, and S. T. Hansen*. “Wind-eroded stratigraphy on the floor of a Noachian impact crater, Noachis Terra, Mars.” 3rd International Conference on Early Mars (2012): #7066. Link
  124. G. R. Osinski, L. L. Tornabene, and J. J. Wray. “Impact craters and aqueous mineral phases on Mars.” Astrobiology Science Conference (2012). Link
  125. J. J. Wray, S. L. Murchie, K. D. Seelos, B. L. Ehlmann, R. E. Milliken, J. L. Bishop, and E. Z. Noe Dobrea. “Expanding the inventory of carbonate-bearing rocks on Mars.” Astrobiology Science Conference (2012). Link
  126. S. Karunatillake, O. Gasnault, S. McLennan, A. D. Rogers, J. J. Wray, S. Squyres, and W. V. Boynton. “The Hydration State of Sulfates on Mars.” Astrobiology Science Conference (2012). Link
  127. J. L. Bishop, R. Beyer, J. J. Wray, M. Parente, D. Loizeau, D. Lowe, L. Saper, and N. McKeown. “Evidence for Sedimentary Processes at Mawrth Vallis, Mars and Implications for Habitability.” Astrobiology Science Conference (2012). Link
  128. S. E. Ackiss* and J. J. Wray. “Hydrated Sulfates in the Southern High Latitudes of Mars.” Astrobiology Science Conference (2012). Link ---> 3rd Place, student poster competition
  129. S. Karunatillake, O. Gasnault, S. M. McLennan, A. D. Rogers, J. J. Wray, S. W. Squyres, and W. V. Boynton. “The hydration state of sulfates on Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 43 (2012): #2940. Link
  130. N. K. McKeown, J. Mazurok, K. Kamanos, and J. J. Wray. “Mineralogies of the Amenthes-Northern Terra Cimmeria Region, Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 43 (2012): #2670. Link
  131. M. Chojnacki, J. E. Moersch, D. M. Burr, and J. J. Wray. “Valles Marineris dune fields: sediment pathways and provenance.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 43 (2012): #2444. Link
  132. S. E. Ackiss* and J. J. Wray. “Hydrated sulfates in the southern high latitudes of Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 43 (2012): #2434. Link
  133. G. Komatsu, C. H. Okubo, J. J. Wray, R. Gallagher, R. Orosei, M. Cardinale, M. A. Chan, and J. Ormö. “Small mounds in Chryse Planitia, Mars: Testing a mud volcano hypothesis.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 43 (2012): #1103. Link

    2011

  134. S. L. Murchie, J. F. Mustard, R. E. Arvidson, B. L. Ehlmann, J.-P. Bibring, J. L. Bishop, and J. J. Wray. “The Diversity of Aqueous Mineral-Bearing Deposits on Mars.” AGU Fall Meeting (2011): #P22A-06. Link
  135. J. J. Wray. “Rovers and orbiters reveal wide-ranging aqueous conditions on Mars.” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (2011): #167-7. Link
  136. K. D. Seelos, J. F. Mustard, B. L. Ehlmann, A. A. Fraeman, and J. J. Wray. “Phyllosilicates in Tyrrhena Terra, Mars: A systematic evaluation using CRISM data.” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (2011): #100-12. Link
  137. J. J. Wray, S. L. Murchie, B. L. Ehlmann, R. E. Milliken, J. L. Bishop, K. D. Seelos, E. Z. Noe Dobrea, J. F. Mustard, and S. W. Squyres. “Orbital evidence for iron or calcium carbonates on Mars.” DPS Meeting 43/European Planetary Science Congress (2011): #1719. Link
  138. J. L. Bishop, J. J. Wray, M. Parente, D. Loizeau, R. A. Beyer, D. Lowe, L. Saper, and N. K. McKeown. “Sedimentary Features in Phyllosilicate-bearing Outcrops of Crater Rims at Mawrth Vallis, Mars.” DPS Meeting 43/European Planetary Science Congress (2011): #1704. Link
  139. A. S. McEwen, L. Ojha, C. M. Dundas, S. S. Mattson, S. Byrne, J. J. Wray, S. C. Cull, S. L. Murchie, N. Thomas, V. C. Gulick, and M. Masse. “Recurring Slope Lineae on Mars.” DPS Meeting 43/European Planetary Science Congress (2011): #1368. Link
  140. A. McEwen, N. Thomas, J. Bridges, S. Byrne, G. Cremonese, W. Delamere, C. Hansen, E. Hauber, A. Ivanov, L. Kestay, R. Kirk, N. Mangold, W. J. Markiewicz, M. Massironi, S. Mattson, C. Okubo, and J. Wray. “The High-resolution Stereo Color Imager (HiSCI) on ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter (TGO).” DPS Meeting 43/European Planetary Science Congress (2011): #1352. Link
  141. A. S. McEwen, L. Ojha, C. M. Dundas, S. S. Mattson, S. Byrne, J. J. Wray, S. C. Cull, S. L. Murchie, N. Thomas, and M. Masse. “Recurring Slope Lineae: Warm-season incremental flows in the middle southern latitudes of Mars.” Fifth International Conference on Mars Polar Science and Exploration (September 12-16, 2011), Fairbanks, AK: #6017. Link
  142. A. McEwen, L. Ojha, C. Dundas, S. Byrne, S. Mattson, J. Wray, S. Cull, S. Murchie, and N. Thomas. “Transient Slope Lineae: Possible Summertime Briny Flows on Mars.” Conference on Exploring Mars Habitability (June 13-15, 2011), Lisbon, Portugal. Link
  143. J. Wray. “Mineralogic diversity at Holden crater.” 5th MSL Landing Site Workshop (May 16-18, 2011), Monrovia, CA. Link
  144. M. C. Bourke and J. J. Wray. “Interdune deposits suggest high groundwater in an equatorial crater on Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 42 (2011): #2749. Link
  145. J. J. Wray, S. L. Murchie, B. L. Ehlmann, R. E. Milliken, K. D. Seelos, E. Z. Noe Dobrea, J. F. Mustard, and S. W. Squyres. “Evidence for regional deeply buried carbonate-bearing rocks on Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 42 (2011): #2635. Link
  146. W. A. Delamere, A. S. McEwen, K. Becker, N. T. Bridges, E. M. Eliason, K. E. Herkenhoff, L. Kestay, S. Mattson, P. S. Russell, M. Milazzo, F. Seelos, L. L. Tornabene, and J. Wray. “Understanding HiRISE Color Imaging of Mars – a potential new tool for assisting in mineral identification at the meter resolution.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 42 (2011): #2402. Link
  147. C. Caudill, L. Tornabene, A. McEwen, and J. Wray. “Crater-exposed intact stratigraphy blocks and volcanogenic origin.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 42 (2011): #2393. Link
  148. J. L. Bishop, L. Saper, R. A. Beyer, D. Lowe, J. J. Wray, N. K. McKeown, and M. Parente. “Possible sedimentary features in phyllosilicate-bearing rocks at Mawrth Vallis, Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 42 (2011): #2374. Link
  149. A. McEwen, L. Ojha, C. Dundas, S. Mattson, S. Byrne, J. Wray, S. Cull, and S. Murchie. “Transient slope lineae: evidence for summertime briny flows on Mars?” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 42 (2011): #2314. Link
  150. M. Chojnacki, J. Moersch, and J. J. Wray. “HiRISE analysis of the western rim of Endeavour crater, Meridiani Planum, Mars: morphology, composition and topography.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 42 (2011): #2272. Link
  151. A. McEwen, N. Thomas, J. Bridges, S. Byrne, G. Cremonese, W. Delamere, C. Hansen, E. Hauber, A. Ivanov, L. Kestay, R. Kirk, N. Mangold, W. J. Markiewicz, M. Massironi, S. Mattson, C. Okubo, and J. Wray. “HiSCI experiment on ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 42 (2011): #2270. Link
  152. L. Ojha, A. McEwen, C. Dundas, S. Mattson, S. Byrne, and J. Wray. “Transient Slope Lineae on Mars: Observations by HiRISE.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 42 (2011): #2101. Link
  153. A. M. Baldridge, M. D. Lane, and J. J. Wray. “The Earlier Mars Odyssey Orbit Time Reveals Aqueous Mineralogy in Mid-IR Data.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 42 (2011): #1663. Link
  154. G. Komatsu, M. Cardinale, D. A. Vaz, and J. J. Wray. “Conical features and basin-filling deposits in Isidis Planitia, Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 42 (2011): #1187. Link
  155. A. McEwen, N. Thomas, W. J. Markiewicz, J. Bridges, S. Byrne, G. Cremonese, W. Delamere, C. Hansen, E. Hauber, A. Ivanov, L. Kestay, R. Kirk, N. Mangold, M. Massironi, S. Mattson, C. Okubo, and J. Wray. “HiSCI experiment on ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter.” Fourth International Workshop on the Mars Atmosphere: Modeling and Observations (February 8-11, 2011), Paris, France. Link

    2010

  156. L. L. Tornabene, C. M. Caudill, A. S. McEwen, G. Osinski, J. J. Wray, J. F. Mustard, J. R. Skok, G. Marzo, and J. A. Grant. “High-resolution morphologic and spectral characteristics of Crater-exposed Bedrock on Mars: Insights into the petrogenesis, stratigraphy and geologic history of the Martian crust.” AGU Fall Meeting (2010): #P44B-07. Link
  157. J. J. Wray and S. W. Squyres. “Diverse Aqueous Conditions on Mars from New Orbital Detections of Carbonate and Sulfate.” DPS Meeting 42 (2010): #34.02. Link
  158. J. Wray. “Mineralogic diversity at Holden crater.” 4th MSL Landing Site Workshop (September 27-29, 2010), Monrovia, CA. Link
  159. N. Thomas, R. Beyer, S. Byrne, J. M. Moore, S. Wilson, J. J. Wray, and A. S. McEwen. “The Banded Terrain in the NW Region of Hellas Basin.” European Planetary Science Congress (2010): #338. Link
  160. J. L. Bishop, N. K. McKeown, M. Parente, J.-P. Bibring, D. Loizeau, N. Mangold, J. R. Michalski, E. Noe Dobrea, F. Poulet, J. J. Wray, D. J. Des Marais, S. L. Murchie, and J. F. Mustard. “Phyllosilicate-bearing Rocks at Mawrth Vallis, Mars, and Implications for Habitable Environments and Biomarkers.” European Planetary Science Congress (2010): #177. Link
  161. S. L. Murchie, J. F. Mustard, R. E. Arvidson, J. L. Bishop, R. T. Clancy, B. L. Ehlmann, J. R. Skok, J. J. Wray, K. A. Lichtenberg, and J. C. Andrews-Hanna. “New results from the MRO/CRISM investigation.” 38th COSPAR Scientific Assembly (2010): #B10-0009-10. Link
  162. J. C. Andrews-Hanna, K. J. Zabrusky, R. E. Arvidson, S. M. Wiseman, S. L. Murchie, J. J. Wray, and S. W. Squyres. “The Sedimentary Rocks of Early Mars: Global and Regional Hydrological Context.” First International Conference on Mars Sedimentology and Stratigraphy (2010): #6062. Link
  163. T. S. Altheide, V. F. Chevrier, E. G. Rivera-Valentin, and J. J. Wray. “Geochemical modeling of the evaporation of an ancient paleolake in Columbus crater, Terra Sirenum, Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 41 (2010): #2479. Link
  164. M. Chojnacki, J. Moersch, J. J. Wray, and D. M. Burr. “The Stratigraphy, Composition and Thermophysical Properties of Endeavour Crater, Meridiani Planum, Mars, from Orbital Remote Sensing.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 41 (2010): #2175. Link
  165. L. L. Tornabene, A. S. McEwen, C. Caudill, G. R. Osinski, J. J. Wray, G. A. Marzo, J. F. Mustard, J. R. Skok, J. A. Grant, and S. Mattson. “A Crater-Exposed Bedrock Database for Mars with Applications for Determining the Composition and Structure of the Upper Crust.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 41 (2010): #1737. Link
  166. E. G. Rivera-Valentin, R. Ulrich, V. F. Chevrier, T. S. Altheide, and J. J. Wray. “Dynamic modeling of Martian paleolake stability.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 41 (2010): #1446. Link

    2009

  167. N. K. McKeown, J. L. Bishop, J. J. Wray, M. Parente, and E. A. Silver. “Rock Morphologies of the Mawrth Vallis Landing Site Region.” AGU Fall Meeting (2009): #P43D-1458. Link
  168. J. J. Wray, R. Milliken, G. A. Swayze, B. L. Ehlmann, C. M. Dundas, A. M. Baldridge, J. C. Andrews-Hanna, and S. L. Murchie. “Evaporites in Martian Paleolakes: Observations and Implications.” AGU Fall Meeting (2009): #P41B-06. Link
  169. J. J. Wray and B. L. Ehlmann. “Morphology and Mineralogy of Methane Source Regions.” Workshop on Methane on Mars: Current Observations, Interpretation and Future Plans (November 25-27, 2009), Frascati, Italy. Link
  170. A. McEwen, J. Grant, J. Mustard, J. Wray, and L. Tornabene. “Early Noachian rocks in megabreccia deposits on Mars.” European Planetary Science Congress (2009): #504. Link
  171. J. L. Bishop, N. K. McKeown, J. F. Mustard, D. L. Buczkowski, R. N. Clark, D. J. Des Marais, B. L. Ehlmann, G. Marzo, R. E. Milliken, S. L. Murchie, E. Z. Noe Dobrea, M. Parente, T. L. Roush, G. A. Swayze, J. J. Wray, and the CRISM Team. “Distribution and Variability of Phyllosilicates on Mars Observed by MRO/CRISM and What They Can Tell Us About Early Martian Chemistry.” The New Martian Chemistry Workshop (July 27-28, 2009): #8003. Link
  172. J. L. Bishop, N. K. McKeown, J. F. Mustard, D. L. Buczkowski, R. N. Clark, B. L. Ehlmann, G. Marzo, R. E. Milliken, S. L. Murchie, E. Noe Dobrea, M. Parente, T. L. Roush, G. A. Swayze, J. J. Wray, and The CRISM Team. “Distribution and Variability of Phyllosilicates on Mars Observed by MRO/CRISM.” 14th International Clay Conference (2009): #MC1b.Mon.L4. Link
  173. S. Murchie, F. Seelos, D. Buczkowski, J. Mustard, B. Ehlmann, R. Milliken, E. Z. Noe Dobrea, J. Bishop, N. McKeown, S. Wiseman, R. Arvidson, J. Wray, G. Swayze, and R. Clark. “Diversity of Martian Phyllosilicate Deposits from Orbital Remote Sensing.” 14th International Clay Conference (2009): #MC1b.Mon.L1. Link
  174. T. S. Altheide, V. F. Chevrier, E. G. Rivera-Valentin, and J. J. Wray. “Modeling the Stability of an Ancient Paleolake in Columbus Crater, Terra Sirenum, Mars.” Workshop on Modeling Martian Hydrous Environments (June 1-3, 2009): #4030. Link
  175. N. K. McKeown, J. L. Bishop, J. J. Wray, E. Z. Noe Dobrea, and E. A. Silver. “Textures and Morphologies of Phyllosilicate-bearing Units at Mawrth Vallis.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 40 (2009): #2433. Link
  176. N. T. Bridges, L. P. Keszthelyi, B. J. Thomson, J. J. Wray, M. E. Banks, R. A. Beyer, F. C. Chuang, K. E. Herkenhoff, K. E. Fishbaugh, A. S. McEwen, and T. I. Michaels. “Characteristics and Possible Genetic Link Between Dust Aggregate Bedforms and Yardangs Seen by the HiRISE Camera.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 40 (2009): #2099. Link
  177. J. J. Wray, R. E. Milliken, G. A. Swayze, C. M. Dundas, J. L. Bishop, S. L. Murchie, F. P. Seelos, and S. W. Squyres. “Columbus Crater and Other Possible Paleolakes in Terra Sirenum, Mars.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 40 (2009): #1896. Link
  178. S. Karunatillake, S. W. Squyres, J. J. Wray, G. J. Taylor, O. Gasnault, S. M. McLennan, W. Boynton, M. R. El Maarry, and J. M. Dohm. “Chemically Striking Martian Regions and Stealth Revisited.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 40 (2009): #1302. Link

    2008

  179. J. J. Wray, R. E. Milliken, S. L. Murchie, G. A. Swayze, C. M. Dundas, F. P. Seelos, and S. W. Squyres. “Clays and Sulfates in a Potential Lacustrine Evaporite Sequence at Columbus Crater, Mars.” AGU Fall Meeting (2008): #P53B-1446. Link
  180. G. A. Swayze, B. L. Ehlmann, R. E. Milliken, F. Poulet, J. J. Wray, R. O. Rye, R. N. Clark, G. A. Desborough, J. K. Crowley, B. Gondet, J. F. Mustard, K. D. Seelos, S. L. Murchie, and the MRO CRISM Team. “Discovery of the Acid-Sulfate Mineral Alunite in Terra Sirenum, Mars, Using MRO CRISM: Possible Evidence for Acid-Saline Lacustrine Deposits?” AGU Fall Meeting (2008): #P44A-04. Link
  181. R. N. Clark, G. A. Swayze, S. L. Murchie, J. F. Mustard, R. E. Milliken, B. L. Ehlmann, N. K. McKeown, W. M. Calvin, J. J. Wray, and J. L. Bishop. “Diversity of Mineralogy and Occurrences of Phyllosilicates on Mars.” AGU Fall Meeting (2008): #P43D-04. Link
  182. A. S. McEwen, L. Tornabene, J. Grant, J. Wray, and J. Mustard. “Noachian Megabreccia on Mars.” AGU Fall Meeting (2008): #P43D-03. Link
  183. B. L. Ehlmann, J. F. Mustard, A. A. Fraeman, O. S. Barnouin-Jha, J. J. Wray, S. L. Murchie, and the MRO CRISM Team. “Diverse Alteration Minerals Around Martian Impact Craters Revealed by MRO-CRISM: Indicators of Hydrothermal Activity or Subsurface Aqueous Alteration?” AGU Fall Meeting (2008): #P34A-04. Link
  184. B. L. Ehlmann, J. F. Mustard, G. A. Swayze, J. J. Wray, O. S. Barnouin-Jha, J. L. Bishop, D. J. Des Marais, F. Poulet, L. H. Roach, R. E. Milliken, R. N. Clark, S. L. Murchie, and the MRO CRISM Team. “Phyllosilicates, Zeolites, and Carbonate Near Nili Fossae, Mars: Evidence for Distinct Environments of Aqueous Alteration.” Workshop on Martian Phyllosilicates: Recorders of Aqueous Processes? (October 21-23, 2008): #7019. Link
  185. J. J. Wray, F. P. Seelos, S. L. Murchie, and S. W. Squyres. “Hydrated Mineral Exposures in the Southern Highlands.” Workshop on Martian Phyllosilicates: Recorders of Aqueous Processes? (October 21-23, 2008): #7018. Link
  186. J. J. Wray, F. P. Seelos, S. L. Murchie, and S. W. Squyres. “Hydrated Minerals in the Martian Southern Highlands.” DPS Meeting 40 (2008): #03.04. Link
  187. J. Wray. “Mawrth Vallis: Morphology and Stratigraphy from HiRISE.” 3rd MSL Landing Site Workshop (September 15-17, 2008), Monrovia, CA. Link
  188. R. A. Beyer, F. C. Chuang, B. J. Thomson, M. P. Milazzo, J. J. Wray, and The HiRISE Team. “Martian slope streak brightening mechanisms.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 39 (2008): #2538. Link
  189. N. T. Bridges, E. Gorbaty, R. A. Beyer, S. Byrne, B. J. Thomson, J. J. Wray, and the HiRISE Team. “Low Thermal Inertia and High Elevation Bedforms as Seen by the HiRISE Camera.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 39 (2008): #2108. Link
  190. R. Sullivan, R. Arvidson, J. F. Bell III, M. Golombek, E. Guinness, R. Greeley, K. Herkenhoff, J. Johnson, S. Squyres, S. Thompson, P. Whelley, and J. Wray. “Wind-Driven Particle Mobility on Mars: Insights from MER Observations at ‘El Dorado’ and Surroundings at Gusev Crater.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 39 (2008): #2092. Link

    2007

  191. C. Okubo, J. Wray, W. Jaeger, A. McEwen, and the HiRISE Science Team. “Recent Advances in Mars Tectonics Through the Eye of HiRISE.” Geological Society of America Annual Meeting (2007): #197-3. Link
  192. J. Michalski, J. Wray, J.-P. Bibring, N. Mangold, and J. Bishop. “Mawrth Vallis.” 2nd MSL Landing Site Workshop (October 23-25, 2007), Pasadena, CA. Link
  193. L. L. Tornabene, A. S. McEwen, G. R. Osinski, J. F. Mustard, and J. J. Wray. “MRO identification and characterization of volatile-rich impact melt bodies on Mars: Implications for valley network and phyllosilicate formation.” DPS Meeting 39 (2007): #40.04. Link
  194. J. J. Wray, S. W. Squyres, B. L. Ehlmann, J. F. Mustard, and R. L. Kirk. “Phyllosilicate Stratigraphy near Mawrth Vallis, Mars: New Insights from Topography.” DPS Meeting 39 (2007): #14.04. Link
  195. L. L. Tornabene, A. S. McEwen, G. R. Osinski, P. J. Mouginis-Mark, J. M. Boyce, R. M. E. Williams, J. J. Wray, J. A. Grant, and the HiRISE Team. “Impact Melting and the Role of Subsurface Volatiles: Implications for the Formation of Valley Networks and Phyllosilicate-Rich Lithologies on Early Mars.” 7th International Mars Conference (2007): #3288. Link
  196. J. J. Wray, S. W. Squyres, B. L. Ehlmann, J. F. Mustard, and the HiRISE Team. “Meter-Scale Morphology and Stratigraphy of Phyllosilicate-Rich Outcrops in Mawrth Vallis.” 7th International Mars Conference (2007): #3119. Link
  197. L. L. Tornabene, G. R. Osinski, A. S. McEwen, S. M. Pelkey, and J. J. Wray. “A possible impact origin for phyllosilicates on Mars: Examples from terrestrial impact melt-bearing lithologies.” Exploring Mars and its Earth Analogues, Second International Workshop (June 19-23, 2007), Trento, Italia. Link
  198. L. L. Tornabene, A. S. McEwen, J. A. Grant, P. J. Mouginis-Mark, S. W. Squyres, J. J. Wray, and the HiRISE Team. “Evidence for the Role of Volatiles on Martian Impact Craters as Revealed by HiRISE.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 38 (2007): #2215. Link
  199. J. J. Wray, S. W. Squyres, B. Ehlmann, and J. Mustard. “Morphology and Stratigraphy of Phyllosilicate-Rich Outcrops in Mawrth Vallis and Beyond.” Vernadsky-Brown Microsymposium 45, The Evolution of Climate and Weathering on Mars (March 10-11, 2007), Houston, TX. Link

    2006

  200. J. J. Wray. “EAGLE (Enceladus Astrobiology & Geophysics Landing Expedition): Science Payload.” Enceladus Focus Group, Inaugural Meeting (October 8, 2006), Pasadena, CA. Link

    2005

  201. J. J. Wray, M. C. Liu, and I. N. Reid. “New Debris Disks Around Low-Mass Stars.” Bulletin of the American Astronomical Society 37 (2005): 1166-1167. Link

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