David A. Paige 

Professor of Planetary Science

Dept. of Earth, Planetary, and Space Sciences

University of California, Los Angeles

595 Charles E. Young Drive

Los Angeles, CA 90095

dap@moon.ucla.edu

Current Research Projects

Diviner

I am the Principal Investigator of the Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment, which is one of six instruments on NASA's Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter (LRO).  Diviner has been mapping the Moon continuously since July of 2009, providing the most detailed and comprehensive measurements of the thermal emission of any solar system body. Diviner's measurements are revolutionizing our understanding of the thermal stability of lunar volatiles, the physical properties of the Moon's regolith, and the Moon's geological history. 

I am currently working to use Diviner's thermal emission measurements of the Moon's coldest regions to measure the heat flow rate from the Moon's interior.  Abstract

RIMFAX

I am Deputy Principal Investigator of the RIMFAX Ground Penetrating Radar Experiment on NASA's Mars 2020 Rover Mission. RIMFAX is currently being built by the Norwegian Defense Research Establishment (FFI) and will be delivered for integration with the rover in 2018. RIMFAX will probe the subsurface of Mars as the rover drives, providing geological and environmental context for the rovers in-situ science investigations and cached samples. Svein-Erik Hamran of FFI is the RIMFAX Principal Investigator. 

Next Generation Earth Orbital LIDAR

I am working with colleagues at JPL to develop technology that will enable next-generation Earth orbital LIDAR systems. LIDAR is proving to be a powerful, quantitative tool for characterizing global change.  The ability to acquire ranging information with centimeter accuracy scales is revolutionizing diverse fields such as ecology, glaciology, geomorphology, climatology, agriculture, hydrology and geography.  Applications for LIDAR data within the geosciences are growing more rapidly than the availability of high quality LIDAR data. Only a small fraction of the Earth has been surveyed by LIDAR, and existing LIDAR coverage is insufficient to fully assess and monitor the impacts of human activities on the global environment on interannual timescales. I am developing concepts for next-generation swath-mapping LIDAR systems that will eventually enable global LIDAR coverage at 5 meter spatial resolution.

 

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Group

Jessica Ban

Project Manager

Tyler Powell

Graduate Student

Tyler Horvath

Graduate Student

Sophie Taylor

Undergraduate Researcher

Jean-Pierre Williams

Researcher 

Patrick Russell

Researcher 

Mark Sullivan

Systems Administrator, Programmer, Archiving

Sarmen Ter-oganesyan

Computer Resource Specialist

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Peer-Reviewed Publications

  1. D. A. Paige and A. P. Ingersoll:  “Annual Heat Balance of Martian Polar Caps: Viking Observations”, Science, 228, 1160-1168 (1985) PDF

  2. D. J. McCleese, J.T. Schofield, R. W. Zurek, J. V. Martonchik, R. D. Haskins, D. A. Paige, R. A. West, D. J. Diner, J. R. Locke, M. P. Chrisp, W. Willis and F. W. Taylor: “Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere of Mars Using Infrared Pressure Modulation and Filter Radimetry”,  Applied Optics, 25,  4232-4345 (1986) PDF

  3. D. A. Paige, K. E. Herkenhoff and B. C. Murray: “Mariner 9 Observations of the South Polar Cap of Mars: Evidence for Residual CO2 Frost”, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 1319-1335 (1990) PDF

  4. B. C. Murray, M. K. Naraeva, A. S. Selivanov, B. H. Betts, T. Svitek, V. D. Kharlamov, A. V. Romanov, M. L. Santee, Y. M. Gektin, D. A. Fomin, D. A. Paige, A. S. Panfilov, D. Crisp, J. W. Head, S. L. Murchie and Z. Martin: “Preliminary Assessment of Termoskan Observations of Mars”, Planet. Space Sci., 39, 237-265  (1991) PDF

  5. M. A. Moreno, G. Schubert, J. Baumgardner, M. G. Kivelson and D. A. Paige:  “Io's Volcanic and Sublimation Atmospheres”, Icarus, 93, 63-81 (1991) PDF

  6. D. A. Paige: “The Thermal Stability of Near-Surface Ground Ice on Mars”, Nature, 356, 43-45 (1992) PDF

  7. P. B. James, H. H. Kieffer and D. A. Paige: “The Seasonal Cycle of Carbon Dioxide on Mars”, Mars, University of Arizona Press, 934-968 (1992) Link

  8. D. J. McCleese, R. D. Haskins, J. T. Schofield, R. W. Zurek, C. B. Leovy, D. A. Paige and F. W. Taylor:  “Atmosphere and Climate Studies of Mars Using the Mars Observer Pressure Modulator Infrared Radiometer”,  J. Geophys. Res., 97, 7735-7757 (1992) PDF

  9. S. E. Wood and D. A. Paige:  “Modeling the Martian Seasonal CO2 Cycle 1. Fitting the Viking Lander Pressure Curves”, Icarus,  99,  p.1-14 (1992) PDF

  10. D. A. Paige and S.E. Wood: “Modeling the Martian Seasonal CO2 Cycle 2. Interannual Variability”, Icarus, 99, 15-27 (1992) PDF

  11. C. J. Hansen and D. A. Paige:  “A Thermal Model for the Seasonal Nitrogen Cycle on Triton”, Icarus, 99, 273-288 (1992) PDF

  12. D. A. Paige, S.E. Wood and A.R. Vasavada:  “The Thermal Stability of Water Ice at the Poles of Mercury”, Science, 258, 643-646 (1992) PDF

  13. A. R. Vasavada, T. J. Milavec and D. A. Paige:  “Microcraters on Mars: Evidence for Past Climate Variations”, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 3469-3476 (1993) PDF

  14. D. A. Paige, J. E. Bachman and K. D. Keegan:  “Thermal and Albedo Mapping of the Polar Regions of Mars Using Viking Thermal Mapper Observations: 1. North Polar Region”, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 25,959-25,991 (1994) PDF

  15. D. A. Paige and K. D. Keegan:  “Thermal and Albedo Mapping of the Polar regions of Mars Using Viking Thermal Mapper Observations: 2. South Polar Region”,  J. Geophys. Res.,  v.99,  25,993-26,013  (1994) PDF

  16. D. A. Paige:  “Chance of Snowballs in Hell”, Nature, 369, 182  (1994) PDF

  17. D. Banfield, A. D. Toigo, A. P. Ingersoll and D. A. Paige:  “Martian Weather Correlation Length Scales”, Icarus, 119,  130-143  (1996) PDF

  18. C. J. Hansen and D. A. Paige:  “Seasonal Nitrogen Cycles on Pluto”, Icarus 120, 247-265 (1996) PDF

  19. A.R. Vasavada, D. A. Paige and S.E. Wood:  “Near-Surface Temperatures on Mercury and the Moon and the Stability of Polar Ice Deposits”, Icarus , 141, 179-193  (1999) PDF

  20. D. S. Bass, K.E. Herkenhoff, and D. A. Paige:  “Variability of Mars' North Polar Water Ice Cap 1. Analysis of Mariner 9 and Viking Orbiter Imaging Data”, Icarus, 144, 382-396  (2000) PDF

  21. D. S. Bass and D. A. Paige:  “Variability of Mars' North Polar Water Ice Cap 2. Analysis of Viking IRTM and MAWD Data”, Icarus, 144, 397-409 (2000) PDF

  22. L. K. Tamppari, R. W. Zurek and D. A. Paige:  “Viking Era Water Ice Clouds”, J. Geophys. Res., 105, 4087-4107 (2000)  PDF

  23. S. M. Clifford, D. Crisp, D. A. Fisher, K. E. Herkenhof, S. E. Smrekar, P. C. Thomas, D. D. Wynn-Williams, R. W. Zurek, J. R. Barnes, B. G. Bills, E. W. Blake, W. M. Calvin, J. M. Cameron, M. H. Carr, R. R. Christensen, B. C. Clark, G. D. Clow, D. Dahl-Jensen, W. B. Durhan, F. P. Fanale, J. D. Farmer, F. Forget, K. Gotto-Azuma, R. Grard, R. M. Maberle, W. Harrison, R. Harvey, A. D. Howard, A. P. Ingersoll, P. B. James, J. S. Kargel, H. H. Kieffer, J. Larsen, K. Lepper, M. C. Malin, D. J. McCleese, B. C. Murray, J. F. Nye, D. A. Paige, S. R. Platt, J. J. Plaut, N. Reeh, J. W. Rice, D. E. Smith, C. R. Stoker, K. L. Tanaka, E. Mosley-Thompson, T. Thorsteinsson, S. E. Wood, A. Zent, M.T . Zuber, H. Jay Zwally:  “The State and Future of Mars Polar Science and Exploration”, Icaurs, 144, 210-242 (2000) PDF

  24. A. R. Vasavada, J. P. Williams, D. A. Paige, K. E. Herkenhoff, N. T. Bridges, R. Greeley, B. C. Murray, D. S. Bass and K. S. McBride:  “Surface Properties of Mars' Polar Layered Deposits and Polar Landing Sites”,  J. Geophys. Res. 105, 6961-6969  (2000) PDF

  25. W. V. Boynton, S. H. Bailey, D. K Hamara, M. S. Williams, R. C. Bode, M. R. Fitzgibbon, W. Ko, M.  G. Ward, K.R. Sridhar, J.A. Blanchard, R.D. Lorenz, R.D. May, D. A. Paige, A.V. Pathare, D.A. Kring, L.A. Leshin, D.W. Ming, A.P. Zent, D.C. Golden, K.E. Kerry, H.V. Lauer, R.C. Quinn:  “The Thermal and Evolved Gas Analyzer: Part of the Mars Volatile and Climate Surveyor Integrated Payload”, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 17,683-17,698  (2001) PDF

  26. R. D. May, S. Forouhar, D. Crisp, W. S. Woodward, D. A. Paige, A. V. Pathare, W. V. Boynton: “The MVACS Tunable Diode Laser Spectrometers”, J. Geophys. Res. 106, 17,673-17-682 (2001) PDF

  27. R. B. Bonitz, J. T. Slostad, B. Bon, D. Braun, R. Bill, C. Buck, R. Fleischner, A. Haldeman, J. Herman, M. Hetzel, D. Noon, G. Pixler, P. Schenker, T. Ton, C. Tucker, W. Zimmerman, D. A. Paige:  “MVACS Robotic Arm”, J. Geophys. Res. 106, 17,623-17,634  (2001) PDF

  28. H. U. Keller, H. Hartwig, R. Kramm, D. Koschny, W.J. Markiewicz, N. Thomas, M. Ferandes, P. Smith, R. Reynolds, M.T. Lemmon, J. Weinberg, R. Marcialis, R. Tanner, B.J. Bos, C. Oquest, D. A. Paige:  “The MVACS Robotic Arm Camera”,  J. Geophys. Res., 106, 17,609-17,621 (2001) PDF

  29. P. H. Smith, R. Reynolds, J. Werinbeg, T. Friedman. M. T. Lemmon, R. Tanner, R. J. Reid, R. L. Marceialis, B. J. Bos, C. Oquest, H. U. Keller, W. J. Markiewicz, R. Kramm, F. Gleim. P. Rueffer, D. A. Paige:  “The MVACS Surface Stereo Imager on Mars Polar Lander”, J. Geophys. Res., 106, 17,589-17-609  (2001) PDF

  30. C. T. Mogensen, J.M. Knudsen, M.B. Madswn, P. Bertelsen, S.F. Hviid, R.B. Hargraves, P.H. Smith and D. A. Paige:  “Magnetic Properties Experiments on the Mars Polar Lander”, J. Geophys. Res., 106,  17,579-17,587 (2001) PDF

  31. D. A. Paige:  “Global Change on Mars”, Science, 294, 2107-2108 (2001) PDF

  32. J.-P. Williams, D. A. Paige, and C. E. Manning: “Layering in the wall rock of Valles Marineris: intrusive and extrusive magmatism”, Geophys. Res. Lett., 30 (2003) PDF

  33. A. V. Pathare, D. A. Paige and E. Turtle: “Viscious Relaxation of Craters within the Martian Polar Layered Deposits”,  Icarus, 174, 396-418 (2005) PDF

  34. A. V. Pathare, and D. A. Paige:  “The effects of martian orbital variations upon the sublimation and relaxation of north polar troughs and scarps”, Icarus, 174, 419-443  (2005) PDF

  35. D. A. Paige: “Ancient Mars: Wet in Many Places”, Science, 307, 1575-1576  (2005) PDF

  36. D. A. Paige: “The Mars Journal”, Mars, 1, 1-4  (2005) PDF

  37. The MEPAG Special Regions-Science Analysis Group;  D. Beaty, K. Buxbaum, M. Meyer, N. Barlow, W. Boynton, B. Clark, J. Deming, P.T. Doran, K. Edgett, S. Hancock, J. Head, M. Hecht, V. Hipkin, T. Kieft, R. Mancinelli, E. McDonald, C. McKay, M. Mellon, H. Newsom, G. Ori,, D. Paige, A.C. Schuerger, M. Sogin, J.A. Spry, A. Steele, K. Tanaka, M.D. Voytek,: “Findings of the Mars Special Regions Science Analysis Group”, Astrobiology 6, 677-732 (2006) PDF

  38. D. J. McCleese, J. T. Schofield, F. W. Taylor, S. B. Calcutt, M. C. Foote, D. M. Kass, C.B. Leovy, D. A. Paige, P. L. Read, R. W. Zurek:  “Mars Climate Sounder: An investigation of thermal and water vapor structure, dust and condensate distributions in the atmosphere, and energy balance of the polar regions”, J. Geophys. Res., 112, E05S06 (2007) PDF

  39. C. J. Hansen, D. A. Paige, G. Bearman, S. Furstenau, J. Horn, C. Mahoney, S. Patrick, G. Peters, J. Scherbenski, L. Shiraishi, W. Zimmerman:  “SPADE: A rock-crushing and sample-handling system developed for Mars missions”, J. Geophys. Res. 113, E10011 (2007) PDF

  40. G. Chin, S. Brylow,  M. Foote, J. Garvin, J. Kasper, J. Keller, M. Litvak, I. Mitrofanov, D. Paige, K. Raney, M. Robinson, A. Sanin, D. Smith, H. Spence, P. Spudis, S.  Stern, M. Zuber: “Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Overview: The Instrument Suite and Mission”, Space Science Reviews, v.129, 391-419 (2007) PDF

  41. J.-P. Williams, F. Nimmo, W.B. Moore, D. A. Paige:  “The formation of Tharsis on Mars: What the line-of-sight gravity is telling us”, J. Geophys. Res. 113, E10011 (2008) PDF

  42. D. J. McCleese, J. T. Schofield, F. W. Taylor, W. A. Abdou, O. Aharonson, D. Banfield, S. B. Calcutt, N. G. Heavens, P .G. J. Irwin, D. M. Kass, A. Kleinböhl, W. G. Lawson, C. B. Leovy, S. R. Lewis, D. A. Paige, P. L. Read, M. I. Richardson, N. Teanby,  R. W. Zurek:  “Intense polar temperature inversion in the middle atmosphere on Mars”, Nature Geoscience, 1, 745 - 749 (2008) PDF

  43. D. A. Paige, M. C. Foote, B. T. Greenhagen, J. T. Schofield, S. Calcutt, A. R. Vasavada, D. J. Preston, F. W. Taylor, C. C. Allen, K. J. Snook, B. M. Jakosky, B. C. Murray, L. A. Soderblom, B. Jau, S. Loring, J. N. Bulharowski, E. Bowles I. R. Thomas, M. T. Sullivan, C. Avis, E. M. de Jong, W. Hartford, D. J. McCleese:  “The Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment”, Space Science Reviews, 150, 125-160 (2010) PDF

  44. J. A.  Zhang and D. A. Paige: “Cold-trapped organic compounds at the poles of the Moon and Mercury: Implications for origins”, Geophys. Res. Lett. 36, L16203 (2009) PDF

  45. J. A. Zhang, D. A. Paige: "Correction to Cold-trapped organic compounds at the poles of the Moon and Mercury: Implications for origins" Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L03203 (2010) PDF

  46. B. T. Greenhagen, P. G. Lucey, M. B. Wyatt, T. D. Glotch, C. C. Allen, J. A. Arnold, J. L. Bandfield, N. E. Bowles, K. Donaldson-Hanna, P. O. Hayne, E. Song, I. R. Thomas, D. A. Paige:  “Global Silicate Mineralogy of the Moon from the Diviner Lunar Radiometer”, Science, 329, 1507-1509 (2010) PDF

  47. T. D. Glotch, P. G. Lucey, J. L. Bandfield, B. T. Greenhagen, I. R. Thomas, R. C. Elphic, N. Bowles, M. B. Wyatt, C. C. Allen, K. Donaldson-Hanna, D. A. Paige:  “Highly Silicic Compositions on the Moon”, Science, 329, 1510-1513 (2010) PDF

  48. P. O. Hayne, B. T. Greenhagen, M. C. Foote, M. A. Siegler, A. R. Vasavada, D. A. Paige:  “Diviner Lunar Radiometer Observations of the LCROSS Impact”, Science, 330, 477-479 (2010) PDF

  49. D.A. Paige, M. A. Siegler, J. A. Zhang, P. O. Hayne, E. J. Foote, K. A. Bennett, A. R. Vasavada, B. T. Greenhagen, Schofield, J. T., D. J. McCleese, M. C. Foote, E. M. De Jong, B. G. Bills, W. Hartford, B. C. Murray, C. C. Allen, K. J. Snook, L. A. Soderblom, S. Calcutt, F. W. Taylor, N. E. Bowles, J. L. Bandfield, R. C. Elphic, R. R. Ghent, T. D. Glotch, M. B. Wyatt, P. G. Lucey:  “Diviner Lunar Radiometer Observations of Cold Traps in the Moon’s South Polar Region”, Science, 330, 479-482 (2010) PDF

  50. D. J. McCleese, N. G. Heavens, J. T. Schofield, W. Abdou, J.L. Bandfield, S.B. Calcutt, P.G.J. Irwin, D. M. Kass, A. Kleinbohl, S.R. Lewis, D.A. Paige, P.L. Read, M. I. Richardson, J. H. Shirley, F.W. Taylor, N.A. Teanby, and R.W. Zurek:  “Structure and dynamics of the Martian lower and middle atmosphere as observed by the Mars Climate Sounder: Seasonal variations in zonal mean temperature, dust, and water ice aerosols”,  J. Geophys. Res., 115, E12016 doi:10.1029/2010JE003677 (2010) PDF

  51. Siegler, M. A., B. G. Bills and D. A. Paige: "Effects of orbital evolution on lunar ice stability" J. Geophys. Res. 116, E03010 doi:10.1029/2010JE003652 (2011) PDF

  52. Jolliff, B. L., S. A. Wiseman, S. L. Lawrence, T. N. Tran, M. S. Roginson, H. Sato, B. R. Hawke, F. Sholten, Jurgen Oberst, H. Hiesinger, C. H. van der Bogert. B. T. Greenhagen, T. D. Glotch and D. A. Paige, "Non-mare silicic volcanism on the lunar farside at Compton-Belkovich" Nature Geoscience, 4, 566-571 doi:10.1038/ngeo1212 (2011) PDF

  53. Lawrence, D. J. , J. K. Harmon, W. C. Feldman, J. O. Goldstein, D. A. Paige, P. N. Peplowski, e. a. Rhodes, c. M. Selby and S. C. Solomon, "Predictions of MESSENGER Neutron Spectrometer measurements for Mercury's north polar region" Planetary and Space Science, 59, 1665-1669. doi:10.1016/j.pss.2011.07.001 (2011) PDF

  54. Glotch, T. D., J. J. Hagerty, P. G. Lucey, B. Ray Hawke, T. a. Giguere, J. A. Arnold, J. P. Williams, B. L. Jolliff and D. A. Paige: "The Mairan domes: Silicic volcanic constructs on the Moon" Geophs Res. Lett. 38, L21204 doi:10.1029/2011GL049548 (2011) PDF

  55. Bandfield, J. L., R. R. Ghent, A. R. Vasavada, D. A. Paige, S. L. Lawrence and Mark. S. Robinson:  "Lunar surface rock abundance and regolith fines temperatures derived from LRO Diviner Radiometer data" J. Geophys. Res.  116, E00H02 doi:10.1029/2011JE003866 (2011) PDF

  56. K. L. Donaldson Hanna, M. B. Wyatt, I. R. Thomas, N. E. Bowles, B. T. Greenhagen, A. Maturilli, J. Helbert and D. A. Paige: "Thermal infrared emissivity measurements under a simulated lunar environment: Application to the Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment" J. Geophys. Res. 117, E00H05 doi:10.1029/2011JE003862 (2012) PDF

  57. A. R. Vasavada, J. L. Bandfield, B. T. Greenhagen, P. O. Hayne, M. A. Siegler, J. P. Williams and D. A. Paige: "Lunar equatorial surface temperatures and regolith properties from the Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment" J. Geophys. Res. 117, E00H18 doi:10.1029/2011JE003987 (2012) PDF

  58. Allen, C. C., B. T. Greenhagen, K. L. Donaldson-Hanna and D. A. Paige: "Analysis of lunar pyroclastic deposit FeO abundances by LRO Diviner", J. Geophys. Res. Planets 117, E00H28 doi:10.1029/2011JE003982 (2012) PDF

  59. Hayne, P. O., D. A. Paige, J. T. Schofield, D. M. Kass, A. Kleinbohl, N. G. Havens and D. J. McCleese: "Carbon dioxide snow clouds on Mars: South polar winter observations by the Mars Climate Sounder" J.  Geophys. Res. Planets 117, E08014 doi:10.1029/2011JE004040 (2012) PDF

  60. McGovern, J. A., D. B. Bussey, B. T. Greenhagen, D. A. Paige, J. T. Cahill, and  P. D. Spudis: “Mapping and characterization of non-polar permanent shadows on the lunar surface", Icarus 223, 566-581  doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2012.10.018 (2013) PDF

  61. G. A. Neumann, J. F. Cavanah, X. Sun, E. M. Mazarico, D. E. Smith, M. T. Zuber, D. Mao, D. A. Paige, S. C. Solomon, C. M. Ernst and O. S. Barnouin: "Bright and Dark Polar Deposits on Mercury: Evidence for Surface Volatiles", Science 339, 296-300 DOI:10.1126/science.1229764 (2013) PDF

  62. Paige, D. A., M. A. Siegler, J. K. Harmon, G. A Neumann, E. M. Mazarico, D. E. Smith, M. T. Zuber, E. Harju, M. L. Delitsky and S. C. Solomon: "Thermal Stability of Volatiles in the North Polar Region of Mercury", Science Vol. 339, 300-303, DOI: 10.1126/science.1231106 (2013) PDF  

  63. Johnson, J. R., M. K. Shepard, W. M. Grundy, D. A. Paige and E. J. Foote: "Spectrogoniometry and modeling of martian and lunar analog samples and Apollo soils", Icarus 223, 283-406, DOI: 10.1016/j.icarus.2012.12.004 (2013) PDF

  64. Song, E., J. L. Bandfield, P. G. Lucey, B. T. Greenhagen and D. A. Paige,  "Bulk mineralogy of lunar crater central peaks via thermal infrared spectra from the Diviner Lunar Radiometer: A study of the Moon's crustal composition at depth", J. Geophs. Res. Planets, 118, 689–707, DOI: 10.1002/jgre.20065 (2013) PDF

  65. Siegler, M. A., B. G. Bills and D. A. Paige,  "Orbital eccentricity driven temperature variation at Mercury's poles", J. Geophys. Res., Planets 118, 930–937, DOI: 10.1002/jgre.20070 (2013) PDF

  66. Hayne, P. O, Paige, D. A., and N. G. Heavens, “The role of snowfall in forming the seasonal ice caps of Mars: Models and constraints from the Mars Climate Sounder”, Icarus 231,122-130 (2014) PDF

  67. Bandfield, J. L, Song, E., Hayne, P. O, Brand, B. D., Ghent, R. R., Vasavada, A. R. and Paige, D. A., “Lunar cold spots: Granular flow features and extensive insulating materials surrounding young craters”, Icarus 231, 221-231 (2014) PDF

  68.  Lucey, P. G., Neumann, G. A., Riner, M. A., Mazarico, E., Smith, D. E., Zuber, M. T., Paige, D. A., Bussey, D. B., Cahill, J. T., McGovern, A., Isaacson, P., Corley, L. M., Torrence, M. H., Melosh, H. J., Head, J. W. and  Song, E.: “The global albedo of the Moon at 1064 nm from LOLA”, J. Geophys. Res. 119, 1665-1679 (2014) PDF

  69. Ghent, R. R., Hayne, P. O., Bandfield, J. L., Campbell, B. A., Allen, C. C., Carter, L. M., and Paige, D. A. “ Constraints onf the recent rate of lunar ejecta breakdown and implications for crater ages”, Geology 42, 1059-1062 (2014) PDF

  70. Hansen, C. J., Paige, D. A., and Young, L. A.: ” Pluto’s climate modeled with new observational constraints”, Icaurs 246, 183-191 (2015) PDF

  71. Gong, X., Paige, D. A., Siegler, M. A. and Jin, Y.-Q: “Inversion of Dielectric Properties of the Lunar Regolith Media With Temperature Profiles Using Chang'e Microwave Radiometer Observations”, IEE Geoscience and Remote Sensing 12, 384-388 (2015) PDF

  72. Glotch, T. D., Bandfield, J. L.; Lucey, Paul G.; Hayne, P. O.; Greenhagen, B. T.; Arnold, J. A.; Ghent, R R. and Paige, D. A.: “Formation of lunar swirls by magnetic field standoff of the solar wind”. Nature Communications, 6189, doi: 10.1038/ncomms/7189 (2015) PDF

  73. Bandfield, J. L., Hayne, P. O., Williams, J.-P., Greenhagen, B. T. and Paige, D. A.: “Lunar surface roughness derived from LRO Diviner Radiometer observations”, Icarus 248, 357-372 (2015) PDF

  74.  Hayne, P. O., Hendrix, A., Sefton-Nash, E.; Siegler, M. A.; Lucey, P. G.; Retherford, K. D.; Williams, J.-P., Greenhagen, B. T. and Paige, D. A.: “Evidence for exposed water ice in the Moon's south polar regions from Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter ultraviolet albedo and temperature measurements”. Icarus 255, 58-69 (2015) PDF

  75. Siegler, M., Paige, D. A., Williams, J. P. and Bills, B.: “Evolution of lunar polar ice stability”, Icaurs 255, 78-87 (2015) PDF

  76. Hurley, D. M., Sarantos, M., Grava, C., Williams, J.-P., Retherford, K. D.; Siegler, M. T., Greenhagen, B. T. and Paige, D. A.: “An analytic function of lunar surface temperature for exospheric modeling”, Icarus 255, 159-163 (2015) PDF

  77. Siegler, M. A., Miller, R. S., Keane, J. T., Laneuville, M., Paige, D. A., Matsuyama, I., Lawrence, D. J., Crotts, A. and Poston, M. J.:  “Lunar true polar wander inferred from polar hydrogen”, Nature 531, 480-484 (2016) PDF

  78. Williams, J. P., Sefton-Nash, E. and Paige, D. A.: “The temperatures of Giordano Bruno crater observed by the Diviner Lunar Radiometer Experiment: Application of an effective field of view model for a point-based data set”, Icaurs 273, 205-213 (2016) PDF

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