Emerging Trends in Comet Taxonomy. “Emerging trends and a comet taxonomy based on the volatile chemistry measured in thirty comets with high-resolution infrared spectroscopy between 1997 and 2013.” in IcarusCycles of Glaciation on Ancient Mars. “Climate Cycling on Early Mars Caused by the Carbonate-Silicate Cycle” in Earth and Planetary Astrophysics.Methane Muted: How Did Early Earth Stay Warm?. “A proper accounting of biogeochemical cycles in the oceans reveals that methane has a much more powerful foe than oxygen.” in PNAS
Emerging Trends in Comet Taxonomy“Emerging trends and a comet taxonomy based on the volatile chemistry measured in thirty comets with high-resolution infrared spectroscopy between 1997 and 2013.” in Icarus01/03
Cycles of Glaciation on Ancient Mars“Climate Cycling on Early Mars Caused by the Carbonate-Silicate Cycle” in Earth and Planetary Astrophysics.02/03
Methane Muted: How Did Early Earth Stay Warm?“A proper accounting of biogeochemical cycles in the oceans reveals that methane has a much more powerful foe than oxygen.” in PNAS03/03
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October 2018Organic synthesis on Mars by electrochemical reduction of CO2

Steele, A., Benning, L. G., Wirth, R., Siljeström, S., Fries, M. D., Hauri, E., … Blanco, J. D. R. (2018). Organic synthesis on Mars by electrochemical reduction of CO2. Science Advances, 4(10), eaat5118. doi:10.1126/sciadv.aat5118

September 2018Geological and Geochemical Constraints on the Origin and Evolution of Life

Sleep, N. H. (2018). Geological and Geochemical Constraints on the Origin and Evolution of Life. Astrobiology, 18(9), 1199–1219. doi:10.1089/ast.2017.1778

Less absorbed solar energy and more internal heat for Jupiter

Li, L., Jiang, X., West, R. A., Gierasch, P. J., Perez-Hoyos, S., Sanchez-Lavega, A., … Schmude, R. W. (2018). Less absorbed solar energy and more internal heat for Jupiter. Nature Communications, 9(1), None. doi:10.1038/s41467-018-06107-2

Marine sulfur cycle evidence for upwelling and eutrophic stresses during early triassic cooling events

Stebbins, A., Algeo, T. J., Krystyn, L., Rowe, H., Brookfield, M., Williams, J., … Hannigan, R. (2018). Marine sulfur cycle evidence for upwelling and eutrophic stresses during early triassic cooling events. Earth-Science Reviews. doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2018.09.007

Data calibration for the MASCARA and bRing instruments.

Talens, G. J. J., Deul, E. R., Stuik, R., Burggraaff, O., Lesage, A-L., Spronck, J. F. P., … Snellen, I. A. G. (2018). Data calibration for the MASCARA and bRing instruments.. Astronomy & Astrophysics. doi:10.1051/0004-6361/201834070

A Framework for Prioritizing the TESS Planetary Candidates Most Amenable to Atmospheric Characterization

Kempton, E-R., Bean, J. L., Louie, D. R., Deming, D., Koll, D. D. B., Mansfield, M., … Essen, C. v. (2018). A Framework for Prioritizing the TESS Planetary Candidates Most Amenable to Atmospheric Characterization. Publications of the Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 130(993), 114401. doi:10.1088/1538-3873/aadf6f

The Vegetation Red Edge Biosignature Through Time on Earth and Exoplanets

O'Malley-James, J. T., & Kaltenegger, L. (2018). The Vegetation Red Edge Biosignature Through Time on Earth and Exoplanets. Astrobiology, 18(9), 1123–1136. doi:10.1089/ast.2017.1798

Theoretical and experimental evidence of conformational transformation in stereoisomers of nucleoside analogues

Hernández-Hernández, L. A., Yi, R., Cleaves, H. J., Fuentes-Cabrera, M., Sumpter, B. G., Hernández-Hernández, A., … Vallejo, E. (2018). Theoretical and experimental evidence of conformational transformation in stereoisomers of nucleoside analogues. International Journal of Quantum Chemistry, None, e25714. doi:10.1002/qua.25714

Ediacaran scavenging as a prelude to predation

Gehling, J. G., & Droser, M. L. (2018). Ediacaran scavenging as a prelude to predation. Emerging Topics in Life Sciences, 2(2), 213–222. doi:10.1042/etls20170166

Chlorate brines on Mars: Implications for the occurrence of liquid water and deliquescence

Toner, J. D., & Catling, D. C. (2018). Chlorate brines on Mars: Implications for the occurrence of liquid water and deliquescence. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 497, 161–168. doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2018.06.011