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Sushil Atreya is author of a graduate level textbook on the giant planets. He has also written chapters in twenty books, and he is an editor of four books including one published in the Space Science Series of the University of Arizona Press. He has published 150 peer-reviewed research articles and over 40 proceedings and reports. Atreya has given several hundred presentations at national and international meetings, conferences and workshops, including more than 200 invited talks, public lectures, and keynote speeches. For specifics, please click Books and Chapters, and All Publications.


BOOKS AND CHAPTERS

BOOKS

  1. Atmospheres and Ionospheres of the Outer Planets and their Satellites, S. K. Atreya, Springer-Verlag, New York-Berlin-Heidelberg, 1986.

  2. Origin and Evolution of Planetary and Satellite Atmospheres, S. K. Atreya and J. B. Pollack (editors), University of Arizona Press, 1989.

  3. Planetary Aeronomy and Astronomy, S. K. Atreya and J. J. Caldwell (editors), Pergamon Press, 1981.

  4. Outer Planets, T. V. Johnson and S. K. Atreya (editors), Pergamon Press, Oxford, 1989.

  5. Cometary Environments, T. Gombosi, S. K. Atreya, E. Grun and M. Hanner (ed.), Pergamon Press, 1989.



CHAPTERS IN BOOKS

  1. Origin of Saturn and its Atmosphere, and an Exoplanet Perspective, S. K. Atreya, A. Crida, T. Guillot, J. I. Lunine, N. Madhusudhan, O. Mousis, A chapter in Saturn in the 21st Century (K. H. Baines et al. eds.), pp. , 2014, in preparation, 2015, Cambridge University Press.

  2. The Future Exploration of Saturn, with K. H. Baines, F. Crary, T. Greathouse, H. Melin, O. Mousis, G. Orton, T. Spilker, A. Wesley, A chapter in Saturn in the 21st Century (K. H. Baines et al. eds.), pp. , 2015, in preparation, 2014, Cambridge University Press.

  3. The Atmospheres of the Terrestrial Planets: Clues to the Origins and Early Evolution of Venus, Earth and Mars, with K. H. Baines, M. A. Bullock, D. H. Grinspoon, P. R. Mahaffy, C. T. Russell, G. Schubert, K. Zahnle, A Chapter in Comparative Climatology of Terrestrial Planets (S. J. Mackwell, et al., eds.), pp. 137-160, 2013, University of Arizona Press. (pdf)

  4. Atmospheric Moons Galileo Would Have Loved, S. K. Atreya, in Galileo’s Medicean Moons − Their Impact on 400 Years of Discovery (C. Barbieri et al., eds.), Chapter 16, pp130-140, 2011, Cambridge University Press. (pdf)

  5. Volatile Origin and Cycles: Nitrogen and Methane, S. K. Atreya, R. D. Lorenz, J. H. Waite, in Titan From Cassini-Huygens (R. H. Brown et al., eds.), Chapter 7, pp 177-199, 2009, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4020-9215-2_7, Springer Dordrecht, Heidelberg-London-New York. (pdf)

  6. Saturn Exploration Beyond Cassini-Huygens, T. Guillot, S. K. Atreya, S. Charnoz, M. Dougherty, P. Read, in Saturn From Cassini-Huygens (M. K. Dougherty et al., eds.), Chapter 23, pp 745-761, 2009, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4020-9217-6_23, Springer Dordrecht, Heidelberg-London-New York. (pdf)

  7. Atmospheric Structure and Composition, D. F. Strobel, S. K. Atreya, B. Bezard, F. Ferri, F. M. Flasar, M. Fulchignoni, E. Lellouch, and I. Muller-Wodarg, in Titan from Cassini-Huygens (R.H. Brown et al., eds.), Chapter 10, pp 235-257, 2009, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4020-9215-2_10, Springer Dordrecht, Heidelberg-London-New York. (pdf)

  8. Oxygen and Other Volatiles in the Giant Planets and their Satellites, with M. H. Wong, J. I. Lunine, T. V. Johnson, P. R. Mahaffy, T.C. Owen, Th. Encrenaz, Chapter 8 in Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry: Oxygen in the Earliest Solar System (G. McPherson et al., eds.), vol. 68, pp 219-246, Mineralogical Society of America, Chantilly, VA, 2008. (pdf)

  9. Neptune Orbiter, Probe, and Triton Lander, with B. Bienstock, D. Atkinson, K. Baines, M. Wright, J. Masciarelli, Chapter 4 in NASA Space Science Vision Missions (M. Allen, ed.) vol 204, pp 115-153, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Publisher, 2008. (pdf)

  10. Experiencing Venus: Clues to the Origin, Evolution, and Chemistry of Terrestrial Planets via in situ Exploration of our Sister World, with K. H. Baines, R. W. Carlson, D. Crisp, D. Grinspoon, C. T. Russell, G. Schubert, K. Zahnle, pp 171-190 in Exploring Venus as a Terrestrial Planet (L. W. Esposito et al., eds.), American Geophysical Union Monograph 176, 2007. (pdf)

  11. Coupled Chemistry and Clouds of the Giant Planets - A Case for Multiprobes, S. K. Atreya and A. S. Wong, in The Outer Planets and their Moons (T. Encrenaz, R. Kallenbach, T. C. Owen, C. Sotin, eds.), pp. 121-136, Springer Publishers, New York-Heidelberg, 2005. Also in Space Sci. Rev., 116, Nos. 1-2, pp 121-136, 2005. (pdf)

  12. The Composition of the Atmosphere of Jupiter, F. W. Taylor, S. K. Atreya, Th. Encrenaz, D. M. Hunten, P. G. J. Irwin, T. C. Owen, in Jupiter (F. Bagenal, ed.) Cambridge Univ. Press, pp 59-78, 2005. (pdf)

  13. On the Origin of Jupiter's Atmosphere and the Volatiles on the Medicean Stars, T. C. Owen, S. K. Atreya, P. R. Mahaffy, H. B. Niemann and M. H. Wong, in Three Galileos: The Man, The Spacecraft, The Telescope (C. Barbieri, J. Rahe, T. Johnson, A. Sohus, eds.), pp. 289-298, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1997.

  14. Chemistry and Clouds of Jupiter's Atmosphere: A Galileo Perspective, S. K. Atreya, M. H. Wong, T. C. Owen, H. B. Niemann and P. R. Mahaffy, in Three Galileos: The Man, The Spacecraft, The Telescope (C. Barbieri, J. Rahe, T. Johnson, A. Sohus, eds.), pp. 249-260, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1997. (pdf)

  15. Composition, Clouds and Chemistry of the Atmospheres of the Giant Planets, S. K. Atreya, in Atmospheric and Interstellar Physics and Chemistry (editor, C. F. Boutron), Les Editions de Physique Les Ulis Publisher, France, pp 433-455, 1996.

  16. Middle and Upper Atmosphere, with J. Bishop, P. N. Romani, B. R. Sandel, R. V. Yelle and G. S. Orton, in Neptune (editor, D. Cruikshank), University of Arizona Press, 1995. (pdf)

  17. Troposphere, with D. Gautier, B. Conrath, T. C. Owen and I. de Pater, in Neptune (editor, D. Cruikshank), University of Arizona Press, 1995.

  18. Upper Atmosphere and Electroglow, with D. Strobel, D. Shemansky and R. Yelle, in Uranus (editor, J. Bergstralh), University of Arizona Press, 1991.

  19. Photochemistry and Vertical Mixing, S. K. Atreya, B. R. Sandel and P. N. Romani, in Uranus (editor, J. Bergstralh), University of Arizona Press, 1991. (pdf)

  20. Present State and Chemical Evolution of the Atmospheres of Titan, Triton and Pluto, J. I. Lunine, S. K. Atreya and J. B. Pollack, in Origin and Evolution of Planetary and Satellite Atmospheres (S. K. Atreya and J. B. Pollack, editors), University of Arizona Press, 1989. (pdf)

  21. Photochemistry and Clouds of Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus, S. K. Atreya and P. N. Romani, in Planetary Meteorology (editor, G. E. Hunt), Cambridge University Press, 1985. (pdf)

  22. Theory, Measurements, and Models of the Upper Atmosphere and Ionosphere of Saturn, S. K. Atreya, J. H. Waite, T. M. Donahue, A. F. Nagy and J. C. McConnell, in Saturn (editor, T. Gehrels), University of Arizona Press, 1984. (pdf)

  23. Ionosphere, D. F. Strobel and S. K. Atreya, in Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere (editor, A. J. Dessler), Cambridge University Press, 1983. (pdf)

  24. Model Ionospheres of Jupiter, S. K. Atreya and T. M. Donahue, in Jupiter (editor, T. Gehrels), University of Arizona Press, 1976. (pdf) Also, Russian Translation in Jupiter Atmosphera, Ionosphera (editor, V. I. Moroz), Mir Publishing House, Moscow, 1979. (pdf)


ALL PUBLICATIONS

    POPULAR ARTICLES

  1. The Mystery of Methane on Mars and Titan, SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, May 2007, vol. 256, pp 42-51, Nature Publishing Group.
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  2. JOURNAL ARTICLES, BOOK CHAPTERS, PROCEEDINGS


    2014

  3. Fresh clouds: A parameterized updraft method for calculating cloud densities in one-dimensional models, with M. H. Wong, W. R. Kuhn, P. N. Romani and K. M. Mihalka, Icarus, 2014, Submitted.

  4. Analytical techniques for retrieval of atmospheric composition with the quadrupole mass spectrometer of the Sample Analysis at Mars instrument suite on Mars Science Laboratory, with H.B. Franz et al., Planet. Space Sci. 96, 99-113, 2014; doi:10.1016/j.pss.2014.03.005.(pdf)

  5. Sulfur-bearing phases detected by evolved gas analysis of the Rocknest aeolian deposit, Gale Crater, Mars, with A. McAdam et al., J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1002/2013JE004518, 2014.(pdf)

  6. Volatile and organic compositions of sedimentary rocks in Yellowknife Bay, Gale crater, Mars, with D. W. Ming et al.,Science, 343(6169), 1245267, doi:10.1126/science.1245267, 2014. (pdf)


  7. 2013

  8. Primordial argon isotope fractionation in the atmosphere of Mars measured by the SAM instrument on Curiosity, and implications for atmospheric loss, Atreya, S.K., M.G. Trainer, H.B. Franz, M.H. Wong, H.L.K. Manning, C.A. Malespin, P.R. Mahaffy, P.G. Conrad, A.E. Brunner, L.A. Leshin, J.H. Jones, C.R. Webster, T.C. Owen, R.O. Pepin, and R. Navarro-González, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40(21):5605-5609, doi:10.1002/2013GL057763, 2013.(pdf)

  9. Isotopes of nitrogen on Mars: Atmospheric measurements by Curiosity's mass spectrometer, with M. H. Wong, M.H., P.N. Mahaffy, H.B. Franz, C. Malespin, M.G. Trainer, J.C. Stern, P.G. Conrad, H.L.K. Manning, R.O. Pepin, R.H. Becker, C.P. McKay, T.C. Owen, R. Navarro-González, J.H. Jones, B.M. Jakosky, and A. Steele, Geophys. Res. Lett., 40(23):6033-6037, doi:10.1002/2013GL057840, 2013. (pdf)

  10. Low Upper Limit to Methane Abundance on Mars, with C. R. Webster, P. R. Mahaffy, G. J. Flesch, K. A. Farley, Science, 342, no. 6156, pp. 355-357; doi:10.1126/science.1242902, 2013. (pdf)

  11. Abundance and Isotopic Composition of Gases in the Martian Atmosphere from the Curiosity Rover, with P.R. Mahaffy et al., Science, 341, no. 6143, pp. 263-266; doi: 10.1126/science.1237966. (pdf)

  12. Isotope Ratios of H, C and O in Martian Atmospheric Carbon Dioxide and Water Measured by the Curiosity Rover, with C.R. Webster et al., Science, 341, no. 6143, pp. 260-263; doi: 10.1126/science.1237961. (pdf)

  13. Volatile, Isotope, and Organic Analysis of Martian Fines wih the Mars Curiosity Rover, with L.A. Leshin et al., 2013. Volatile, isotope, and organic analysis of martian fines with the Curiosity rover, Science, 341(6153):1238937, doi:10.1126/science:1238937, 2013. (pdf)

  14. Evidence for Perchlorates and the Origin of Chlorinated Hydrocarbons Detected by SAM at the Rocknest Aeolian Deposit in Gale Crater, with D.P. Glavin et al., J. Geophys. Res. (Planets), 118(10):1955-1973, doi:10.1002/jgre.20144, 2013 (pdf)

  15. Radiation-Induced Formation of Chlorine Oxides and Their Potential Role in the Origin of Martian Perchlorates, with Y. S. Kim, K. P. Wo, S. Maity, R. I. Kaiser, dx.doi.org/10.1021/ja3122922, J. Am. Chem. Soc. 135, 4910−4913, 2013. (pdf)

  16. HDO and SO2 Thermal Mapping on Venus. II. The SO2 Spatial Distribution Above and Within the Clouds, with T. Encrenaz et al., Astron. Astrophys., 559, A65, DOI: 10.1051/0004-6361/201322264, 2013. (pdf)

  17. The Atmospheres of the Terrestrial Planets: Clues to the Origins and Early Evolution of Venus, Earth and Mars, with K.H. Baines, M.A. Bullock, D.H. Grinspoon, P.R. Mahaffy, C.T. Russell, G. Schubert, K. Zahnle. A Chapter in Comparative Climatology of Terrestrial Planets (S.J. Mackwell, et al., eds.), pp. 137-160, University of Arizona Press, 2013. (pdf)

  18. Surfaces, atmospheres and magnetospheres of the outer planets and their satellites and ring systems: Part IX, with J. Castillo, P. Coll, I. Mueller-Wodarg and L. Spiker , Planet. Space Sci., 88, 1-2, 2013. (pdf)

  19. Surfaces and Atmospheres and Magnetospheres of the Outer planets, their Satellites and Ring Systems: Part VIII. A. Coustenis, S. K. Atreya, J. Castillo, P. Coll, I. Mueller-Wodarg, L. Spilker, Planet. Space Sci., 77, 1-2, 2013. (pdf)


  20. 2012

  21. The Sample Analysis at Mars Investigation and Instrument Suite on Mars Science Laboratory, with P. R. Mahaffy et al., Space Sci. Rev., 170, 401-478, 2012, DOI 10.1007/s11214-012-9879-z. (pdf)

  22. Hydrogen Peroxide on Mars: Observations, Interpretation, and Future Plans, with Th. Encrenaz, T. K. Greathouse, F. Lefevre, Planet. Space Sci., 68, 3-17, doi:10.1016/j.pss.2011.03.019, 2012. (pdf)

  23. Surfaces and Atmospheres and Magnetospheres of the Outer planets, their Satellites and Ring Systems: Part VII. Preface to Special Issue on Outer Planets, A. Coustenis, S. K. Atreya, J. Castillo, P. Coll, I. Mueller-Wodarg, L. Spilker, Planet. Space Sci., 61, 1-2, 2012. (pdf)


  24. 2011

  25. A Stringent Upper Limit on Sulfur Dioxide in the Martian Atmosphere, with Th. Encrenaz et al., Astron. Astrophys. 530, A37, 1-5, DOI:10.1051/0004-6361/201116820. (pdf)

  26. Methane on Mars: Current Observations, Interpretation, and Future Plans, S. K. Atreya, O. Witasse, V. F. Chevrier, F. Forget, P. R. Mahaffy, B. Price, C. R. Webster, R. W. Zurek, in a special issue on Methane on Mars, Planet. Space Sci., 59, 133-136, 2011, doi: 10.1016/j.pss.2010.10.008. (pdf)

  27. The Composition of Liquid Methane-Nitrogen Aerosols in Titan's Lower Atmosphere from Monte Carlo Simulations, with G. Firanescu, D. Luckhaus, G. N. Patey, R. Signorell, Icarus 212, 779-789, 2011. doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2011.01.021. (pdf)

  28. Planetary Probes and Balloons in the Solar System, with A. Coustenis et al., Journal of Aerospace Engineering, 225, 2011, DOI: 10.1177/09544100JAERO802. Special issue on "Challenges in Planetary Exploration". (pdf)


  29. 2010

  30. Atmospheric Moons Galileo Would Have Loved, S. K. Atreya, in Galileo's Medicean Moons Their Impact on 400 Years of Discovery (C. Barbieri et al., eds.), Chapter 16, pp130-140, 2010, Cambridge University Press. (pdf)

  31. The Significance of Trace Constituents in the Solar System, S. K. Atreya, Faraday Discussions, The Royal Society of Chemistry, 147, 9-29, DOI: 10.1039/c005460g, 2010. (pdf)

  32. The Composition of Titan's Lower Atmosphere and Simple Surface Volatiles as Measured by the Cassini-Huygens Probe, with H.B. Niemann, et al., J. Geophys. Res., 115, E12006, doi:1029/2010JE003659, 2010. (pdf)

  33. Water Vapor Map of Mars Near Summer Solstice Using Ground-based Infrared Spectrosccopy, with Th. Encrenaz, et al., Astron. Astrophys., 520 A33, 2010, doi: 10.1051/0004-6361/2009 13905. (pdf)

  34. Evidence for Layered Methane Clouds in Titan's Troposphere, C. C. Wang, S. K. Atreya, R. Signorell, Icarus, 206, 787-790, 2010. (pdf)

  35. Surfaces and Atmospheres of the Outer Planets, their Satellites and Ring Systems: Preface to Special Issue on Outer Planets, A. Coustenis, S. K. Atreya, J. Castillo, P. Coll, Planet. Space Sci., 58, 1665-1666, 2010. (pdf)


  36. 2009

  37. Titan's Carbon Budget, and the Case of the Missing Ethane, with E. H. Wilson, J. Phys. Chem. A, 113, 11221-11226, 2009. (pdf)

  38. KRONOS - Exploring the Depths of Saturn with Probes and Remote Sensing Through an International Mission, with B. Marty et al., Experimental Astronomy, 23, 947-976, 2009. DOI 10.1007/s10686-008-9094-9. Springer-Verlag, Dordrecht. (pdf)

  39. TandEM - Titan and Enceladus Mission, with A. Coustenis, et al., Experimental Astronomy, 23, 893-946, 2009. DOI 10.1007/s10686-008-9103. Springer-Verlag, Dordrecht. (pdf)

  40. LAPLACE - A Mission to Europa and the Jupiter System for ESA's Cosmic Vision Programme, with M. Blanc et al., Experimental Astronomy, 23, 849-892. DOI 10.1007/s10686-008-9127-4, Springer-Verlag, Dordrecht, 2009. (pdf)

  41. Volatile Origin and Cycles: Nitrogen and Methane, S. K. Atreya, R. D. Lorenz, J. H. Waite, in Titan From Cassini-Huygens (R. H. Brown et al., eds.), Chapter 7, pp 177-199, 2009, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4020-9215-2_7, Springer Dordrecht, Heidelberg-London-New York. (pdf)

  42. Saturn Exploration Beyond Cassini-Huygens, T. Guillot, S. K. Atreya, S. Charnoz, M. Dougherty, P. Read, in Saturn From Cassini-Huygens (M. K. Dougherty et al., eds.), Chapter 23, pp 745-761, 2009, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4020-9217-6_23, Springer Dordrecht, Heidelberg-London-New York. (pdf)

  43. Atmospheric Structure and Composition, D. F. Strobel, S. K. Atreya, B. Bezard, F. Ferri, F. M. Flasar, M. Fulchignoni, E. Lellouch, and I. Muller-Wodarg, in Titan from Cassini-Huygens (R.H. Brown et al., eds.), Chapter 10, pp 235-257, 2009, DOI 10.1007/978-1-4020-9215-2_10, Springer Dordrecht, Heidelberg-London-New York. (pdf)

  44. Mars Astrobiology Explorer-Cacher (MAX-C): A Potential Rover Mission for 2018, Final report of the Mars Mid-Range Rover Science Analysis Group (MRR-SAG), L. Pratt et al., 94 pp., November 10, 2009. (pdf)

  45. Preface to Special Issue on the "Surfaces and Atmospheres of the Outer Planets, Their Satellites" and Ring Systems, A Coustenis, S. K. Atreya, J. Castillo, P. Coll, Planet. Space Sci., 57, 1523-1524, 2009. (pdf)


  46. 2008

  47. The Methane Cycle on Titan, J. I. Lunine and S. K. Atreya, Nature Geoscience, 1, 159-164, March 2008.(pdf)

  48. Simultaneous Mapping of H2O and H2O2 on Mars from High Resolution Infrared Spectroscopy, with Th. Encrenaz, Icarus 195, 547-556, 2008. (pdf)

  49. Oxygen and Other Volatiles in the Giant Planets and their Satellites, with M. H. Wong, J. I. Lunine, T. V. Johnson, P. R. Mahaffy, T.C. Owen, Th. Encrenaz, Chapter 8 in Reviews in Mineralogy and Geochemistry: Oxygen in the Earliest Solar System (G. McPherson et al., eds.), vol. 68, pp 219-246, Mineralogical Society of America, Chantilly, VA, 2008. (pdf)

  50. Neptune Orbiter, Probe, and Triton Lander, with B. Bienstock, D. Atkinson, K. Baines, M. Wright, J. Masciarelli, Chapter 4 in NASA Space Science Vision Missions (M. Allen, ed.) vol 204, pp 115-153, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics Publisher, 2008. (pdf)

  51. Preface to Special Issue on the "Surfaces and Atmospheres of the Outer Planets, Their Satellites" and Ring Systems, A Coustenis, S. K. Atreya, P. Casavecchia, J. Castillo, O. Dutuit, H. Haussmann, F. Sohl, Planet. Space Sci., 56, 1571-1572, 2008. (pdf)

  52. Preface to Special Issue on the "Surfaces and Atmospheres of the Outer Planets, Their Satellites" and Ring Systems, A Coustenis, S. K. Atreya, C. Ferrari, L. Spilker, Planet. Space Sci., 56, 1-2, 2008. (pdf)


  53. 2007

  54. Titan's Organic Factory, S. K. Atreya, Science, 316, 843-845, 2007. PERSPECTIVES Article.(pdf)

  55. Methane and Related Trace Species on Mars: Origin, Loss, Implications for Life, and Habitability, S. K. Atreya, P. R. Mahaffy and A. S. Wong, Special Mars Issue on Planet. Space Sci., 55, 358-369, 2007. (pdf)

  56. Experiencing Venus: Clues to the Origin, Evolution, and Chemistry of Terrestrial Planets via in situ Exploration of our Sister World, with K. H. Baines, R. W. Carlson, D. Crisp, D. Grinspoon, C. T. Russell, G. Schubert, K. Zahnle, pp 171-190 in Exploring Venus as a Terrestrial Planet (L. W. Esposito et al., eds.), American Geophysical Union Monograph 176, 2007. (pdf)

  57. Venus Exploration Goals, Objectives, Investigations, and Priorities: Report of the NASA Venus Exploration Analysis Group, by VEXAG Chairs, S. K. Atreya, J. G. Luhman, and the VEXAG Steering Group, S. Mackwell, K. Baines and J. Cutts, October 2007. (pdf)

  58. Grading NASA's Solar System Exploration Program: A Midterm Review. Report of the Committee for Assessment of Solar System Exploration (CASSE), W. Huntress, N. Noonan, S. K. Atreya et al., National Academy Press, 2007. (pdf)


  59. 2006

  60. Titan's Methane Cycle, S. K. Atreya, E. Y. Adams, H. B. Niemann, J. E. Demick-Montelara, T. C. Owen, M. Fulchignoni, F. Ferri, E. H. Wilson, Special Issue on the Outer Planets, Satellites, and Rings, Planet. Space Sci., 54, 1177-1187, 2006. (pdf)

  61. Methane Drizzle on Titan, with T. Tokano, C. P. McKay, F. M. Neubauer, F. Ferri, M. Fulchignoni, H. B. Niemann, Nature, 442, 432-435, 2006/doi:10.1038/nature04948. (pdf)

  62. Between Heaven and Earth: The Exploration of Titan, with T. C. Owen, H. B. Niemann, M. Y. Zolotov, Faraday Discussions, Royal Society of Chemistry, 133, 387-391, 2006. (pdf)

  63. Oxidant Enhancement in Martian Dust Devils and Storms: Implications for Life, and Habitability, S. K. Atreya, A. S. Wong, N. O. Renno, W. M. Farrell, G. T. Delory, D. D. Sentman, S. A. Cummer, J. R. Marshall, S. C. R. Rafkin, and D. C. Catling, Special issue on Space Physics, Mars, and Life, Astrobiology, vol. 6 (no. 3), 439-450, 2006.(pdf)

  64. Oxidant Enhancement in Martian Dust Devils and Storms: Storm Electric Fields and Electron Dissociative Attachment, with G. T. Delory, W. M. Farrell, N. O. Renno, A. S. Wong, D. D. Sentman, S. A. Cummer, J. R. Marshall, S. C. R. Rafkin, and D. C. Catling, Special issue on Space Physics, Mars, and Life, Astrobiology, vol. 6 (no. 3), 451-462, 2006. (pdf)

  65. Martian Dust Storms as a Possible Sink of Atmospheric Methane, with W. M. Farrell, G. T. Delory, J. Geophys. Res. Ltrs, 33,. L21203, doi:10.1029/2006GL027210, 2006. (pdf)

  66. On the Discovery of CO Nighttime Emission on Titan by Cassini/VIMS: Vertical Profiles, Derived Abundances, and Geological Implications, with K. H. Baines, P. Drossart, M. Lopez-Valverde, C. Sotin, T. Momary, Special Issue of Planetary and Space Science on the Outer Planets Satellites, Planet. Space Sci., 54, 1552-1562, 2006. (pdf)

  67. To the Depths of Venus: Exploring the Deep Atmosphere and Surface of our Sister World with Venus Express, with K. H. Baines, R. W. Carlson, D. Crisp, P. Drossart, V. Formisano, S. Limaye, W. Markiewicz, G. Piccioni, Special Issue of Planetary and Space Science on Venus Express, Planet. Space Sci., Planet. Space Sci., 54, 1263-1278, 2006.(pdf)

  68. The Planetary Fourier Spectrometer (PFS) for the Venus Express Mission, with V. Formisano, et al., Special Issue of Planetary and Space Science on Venus Express, Planet. Space Sci., 54, 1298-1314, 2006.(pdf)

  69. Saturn Probes: Why, Where, How? S. K. Atreya, International Planetary Probe Workshop IPPW-4 Proceedings, 2006. (pdf)

  70. Probes to Saturn and Beyond, Panel Discussion Report, International Planetary Probe Workshop IPPW-4 Proceedings, 2006. (pdf)

  71. Multiprobe Exploration of the Giant Planets - Shallow Probes, S. K. Atreya, S. Bolton, T. Guillot, T. C. Owen, International Probe Workshop IPPW-3 Proceedings, ESA Special Publication WPP263, 2006.(pdf)

  72. Results from Panel Discussion of Session on Outer Planets - Future Mission Concepts and Technology Needs, with M. Roos-Serote, et al., International Probe Workshop IPPW-3 Proceedings, ESA Special Publication WPP263, 2006.(pdf)

  73. In Situ Exploration of Venus on a Global Scale by a Long Duration Aerial Science Station, with K. H. Baines, et al., International Probe Workshop IPPW-3 Proceedings, ESA Special Publication WPP263, 2006.(pdf)

  74. In Situ Exploration of the Venus Atmosphere: Key to Understanding Our Sister World, with K. H. Baines, et al., International Probe Workshop IPPW-3 Proceedings, ESA Special Publication WPP263, 2006.(pdf)

  75. Tracing the Origins of the Solar System, with M. Blanc, et al, ESLAB Symposium Proceedings, ESA Publications, ESA SP 588, 213-224, 2006.

  76. Preface to Special Issue on the Surfaces and Atmospheres of the Outer Planets, Their satellites and Ring Systems, A Coustenis, C, Ferrari, S. Atreya, L. Spilke, Planet. Space Sci., 54, 1115-1116, 2006. (pdf)

  77. Scientific Goals and Pathways for Exploration of the Outer Solar System: Report of the NASA Outer Planets Assessment Group, with F. Bagenal (OPAG Chair) and the OPAG Steering Group (incl. S. K. Atreya), July 2006. (pdf)


  78. 2005

  79. The Abundance of Trace Constituents of Titan's Atmosphere from the Gas Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer Instrument on the Huygens Probe, with H. B. Niemann and the GCMS Team, Nature, doi:10.1038/nature04122, 2005. (pdf)

  80. Complex Organic Matter in Titan's Atmospheric Aerosols from in situ Pyrolysis and Analysis, with G. Israel, and the Huygens ACP Team, Nature, doi:10.1038/nature04349, 2005.(pdf)

  81. A "Wild Surmise": Results from the Huygens Probe into Titan's Atmosphere, T. C. Owen, S. K. Atreya, H. B. Niemann, Physics Uspekhi, 48(6), 635, 2005; DOI: 10.1070/PU2005v048n06ABEH00244. (pdf)

  82. Correction and Updated Reaction in "Chemical Markers of Possible Hot Spots on Mars", J. Geophys. Res., doi: 10.1029/2002JE002003, 2003, with A. S. Wong, JGR, 110, E10002, doi:10.1029/2005JE,002509, 2005. (pdf)

  83. Infrared imaging spectroscopy of Mars: H2O Mapping and Determination of CO2 Isotopic Ratios, with Th. Encrenaz, et al., Icarus, 179, 43, 2005.(pdf)

  84. The Planetary Fourier Spectrometer on Mars Express: Initial Results, with V. Formisano, et al., Planet. Space Sci., 53, 963, 2005. (pdf)

  85. Jupiter's Ammonia Clouds - Localized or Ubiquitous?, S. K. Atreya, A. S. Wong, T. C. Owen, M. H. Wong, K. H. Baines, Planet. Space Sci., 53, 498, 2005. (pdf)

  86. Coupled Chemistry and Clouds of the Giant Planets - A Case for Multiprobes, S. K. Atreya and A. S. Wong, in The Outer Planets and their Moons (T. Encrenaz, R. Kallenbach, T. C. Owen, C. Sotin, eds.), pp. 121-136, Springer Publishers, New York-Heidelberg, 2005. Also in Space Sci. Rev., 116, Nos. 1-2, pp 121-136, 2005. (pdf)

  87. The Composition of the Atmosphere of Jupiter, F. W. Taylor, S. K. Atreya, Th. Encrenaz, D. M. Hunten, P. G. J. Irwin, T. C. Owen, in Jupiter (F. Bagenal, ed.) Cambridge Univ. Press, pp 59-78, 2005. (pdf)

  88. Preface to Special Issue on the Surfaces and Atmospheres of the Outer Planets, Their satellites and Ring Systems, A Coustenis, C, Ferrari, S. Atreya, L. Spilke, Planet. Space Sci., 53, pp 459-460, 2005. (pdf)


  89. 2004

  90. Hydrogen Peroxide on Mars: Spatial Distribution and Seasonal Variations, with Th. Encrenaz, B. Bezard, T. Greathouse, M. Richter, J. Lacey, A. S. Wong, S. Lebonnois, F. Lefevere, F. Forget, Icarus, 170, 424, 2004. (pdf)

  91. First Detection of CO in Uranus: Evidence of an External Origin, with Th. Encrenaz, P. Drossart, E. Lellouch, H. Feuchtgruber, G. Orton, Astron. Astrophys., 413, L5, 2004 (doi:10.1051/004-6361:20034637). (pdf)

  92. The Current State of Modeling the Photochemistry of Titan's Mutually-Dependent Atmosphere and Ionosphere, E. H. Wilson and S. K. Atreya, J. Geophys. Res., 109, E06002, doi:10.1029/2003JE002181, 2004. (pdf)

  93. On the Water Abundance in the Atmosphere of Jupiter, M. Roos-Serote, S. K. Atreya, M. H. Wong, P. Drossart, Planet. Space Sci., 52, 397, 2004. (pdf)

  94. Updated Galileo Probe Mass Spectrometer Measurements of Carbon, Oxygen, Nitrogen, and Sulfur on Jupiter, with M. H. Wong, P. R. Mahaffy, H. B. Niemann, T. C. Owen, Icarus, 171, 153, 2004. (pdf)

  95. Detection of Methane in the Atmosphere of Mars, V. Formisano, S. K. Atreya, T. Encrenaz, N. Ignatiev, M. Giuranna, Science, 306, 1758, 2004. (Online in Science Express, 28 October 2004). (pdf)

  96. Detectability of Minor Constituents in the Atmosphere of Mars by Infrared and Submillimeter Spectroscopy, with Th. Encrenaz, E. Lellouch, A. S. Wong, Planet. Space Sci, 52, 1023, 2004. (pdf)

  97. Chemical Markers of Possible Hot Spots on Mars: Correction, A.-S. Wong, S. K. Atreya, Th. Encrenaz, J. Geophys. Res.-Planets, 109, E01007, doi:10.1029/2003JE002210, 2004. (pdf)

  98. Neptune Polar Orbiter with Probes, with B. Bienstock, D. Atkinson, K. Baines, P. Mahaffy, et al., in NASA Proceedings of Planetary Probes Workshop (E. Venkatapathy, et al. eds.), NASA/CP-2004-213456 (E. Venkatapathy, et al., eds.), pp 29-40, 2004. (pdf)

  99. Clouds of Neptune and Uranus, S. K. Atreya and A. S. Wong, in NASA Proceedings of Planetary Probes Workshop NASA/CP-2004-213456 (E. Venkatapathy, et al., eds.), pp 107-110, 2004. (pdf)

  100. The Planetary Fourier Spectrometer for Mars Express, with V. Formisano, et al., in Mars Express: The Scientific Payload (A. Wilson, ed.), ESA SP-1240, 2004.

  101. Composition, Clouds, and Origin of Jupiter's Atmosphere - A Case for Multiprobes into Giant Planets, S. K. Atreya, in "Planetary Entry Probes" ESA SP-544, 57, 2004.(pdf)

  102. Photochemistry above Possible Martian Hot Spots, A.-S. Wong, S. K. Atreya, Th. Encrenaz, V. Formisano, N. Ignatiev, Adv. Space Res., 33, 2236, 2004. (pdf)


  103. 2003

  104. Chemical Markers of Possible Hot Spots on Mars, A.-S. Wong, S. K. Atreya, Th. Encrenaz, J. Geophys. Res.-Planets, 108(E4), 5026, doi:10.1029/2002JE002003, 2003. (pdf)

  105. Chemical Sources of Haze Formation in Titan's Atmosphere, E. H. Wilson and S. K. Atreya, Planet. Space Sci., 51, 1017, 2003. (pdf)

  106. Composition of the Atmosphere of Jupiter - An Update, and Implications for the Extrasolar Giant Planets, S. K. Atreya, P. R. Mahaffy, H. B. Niemann, M. H. Wong, T. C. Owen, Planet. Space Sci., 51(2), 105, 2003. (pdf)

  107. Electrical Discharges and Broadband Radio Emission by Martian Dust Devils and Dust Storms, N. O. Renno, A. S. Wong, S. K. Atreya, I. de Pater, M. Roos-Serote. Geophys. Res. Lett., 30, 2140, doi:10.1029/2003GL017879, 2003. (pdf)

  108. The Rotational Temperature and Column Density of H3+ on Uranus, with Th. Encrenaz, P. Drossart, E. Lellouch, G. Orton, Planet. Space Sci., 51, 1013, 2003. (pdf)

  109. Mechanisms for the Formation of Benzene in the Atmosphere of Titan, E. H. Wilson, S. K. Atreya, A. Coustenis, J. Geophys. Res.-Planets, 108(E2), 5014, doi:10.1029/2002JE001896, 2003. (pdf)

  110. Detection of Hydrogen Peroxide on Mars, with Th. Encrenaz, B. Bezard, T. Greathouse, J. Lacey, M. Richter, and A.-S. Wong, IAU Circular No. 8254, Central Bureau of Astronomical Telegrams, 9 December, 2003. (pdf)

  111. Electrical Discharges in the Martian Dust Devils and Dust Storms, N. O. Renno, A. S. Wong, and S. K. Atreya, International Mars Conference Book, 3191, Pasadena, CA, 2003.(pdf)

  112. Chemistry Related to Possible Outgassing Sources on Mars, A. S. Wong, S. K. Atreya, and N. O. Renno, International Mars Conference Book, 3125, Pasadena, CA, 2003.(pdf)

  113. Preface to Special Issue of Planetary and Space Science on Atmospheres of the Outer Planets and Ttian, A. Coustenis, S. K. Atreya, Planet. Space Sci., 51, 87, 2003. (pdf)


  114. 2002

  115. The Gas Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer for the Huygens Probe, H. B. Niemann, S.K. Atreya, S. J. Bauer, K. Biemann, B. Block, G.R. Carignan, T.M. Donahue, R. L. Frost, D. Gautier, J. A. Haberman, D. Harpold, D. Hunten, G. Israel, J. I. Lunine, K. Mauresburger, T. C. Owen, F. Raulin,J. E. Richards and S. H. Way, Space Sci. Rev., 104, 553, 2002. (pdf)

  116. A Stringent Upper Limit of the H2O2 Abundance in the Martian Atmosphere, with Th. Encrenaz, et al., Astron. Astrophys, 396 (3), 1037, 2002. (pdf)

  117. Divergent Evolution Among Earth-like Planets: The Case for Venus Exploration, with D. Crisp, et al., In The Future Of Solar System Exploration, 2003-2013, Community Contributions to the NRC Solar System Exploration Survey, ASP Conference Series, vol. 272, 5-34, 2002. (pdf)


  118. 2001

  119. Protosolar Nitrogen, with T. C. Owen, P. R. Mahaffy, H. B. Niemann, and M. Wong, Astrophys. J., 553, L77-L79, 2001. (pdf)

  120. Composition and Cloud Structure of Jupiter's Deep Atmosphere, S. K. Atreya, P. R. Mahaffy, H. B. Niemann and T. C. Owen, in Highlights of Planetary Exploration from Space and from Earth (B. Bezard and J. Spencer, eds.), Astron. Soc. Pacific, 12 2001.

  121. MA_MISS: Mars Multispectral Imager for Subsurface Studies, with A. Coradini et al., Adv. Space Res., 28, 1203, 2001. (pdf)


  122. 2000

  123. The ISO Spectra of Uranus and Neptune Between 2.5 and 4.2mm: Constraints on Albedos and H3+, with Th. Encrenaz, B. Schulz, P. Drossart, E. Lellouch and H. Feuchtgruber, Astron. Astrophys., 358, L83-L87, 2000. (pdf)

  124. Noble Gas Abundances and Isotope Ratios in the Atmosphere of Jupiter from the Galileo Probe Mass Spectrometer, with P. R. Mahaffy, H. B. Niemann, A. Alpert, J. Demick, T. M. Donahue, D. N. Harpold, and T. C. Owen, J. Geophys. Res.-Planets, 105 (E6), 15061, 2000. (pdf)

  125. Sensitivity Studies of Methane Photolysis and its Impact on the Hydrocarbon Chemistry in the Atmosphere of Titan, E. H. Wilson and S. K. Atreya, J. Geophys. Res. (Planets), 105, 20263, 2000. (pdf)

  126. The ISO Spectra of Uranus and Neptune Between 2.5 and 5.0 m Range, with Th. Encrenaz, B. Schulz, P. Drossart, E. Lellouch and H. Feuchtgruber, in ISO Beyond the Peaks (A.Salama, et. al., eds.) ESA SP-456, 19, 2000. (pdf)


  127. 1999

  128. Comparison of the Atmospheres of Jupiter and Saturn: Deep Atmospheric Composition, Cloud Structure, Vertical Mixing, and Origin, S. K. Atreya, M. H. Wong, T. C. Owen, P. R. Mahaffy, H. B. Niemann, I. de Pater, Th. Encrenaz, and P. Drossart, Planet. Space Sci.,47, 1243, 1999. (pdf)

  129. The Atmospheric Composition and Structure of Jupiter and Saturn from ISO Observations, with Th. Encrenaz, P. Drossart, H. Feuchtgruber, E. Lellouch, B. Bezard, T. Fouchet, Planet. Space Sci., 47, 1225, 1999. (pdf)

  130. Ammonia and Eddy Mixing Variations in the Upper Troposphere of Jupiter from HST Faint Object Spectrograph Observations, S. Edgington, S. K. Atreya, L. M. Trafton, J. J. Caldwell, R. F. Beebe, A. Simon, R. A. West and C. Barnet, Icarus, 142, 342, 1999. (pdf)

  131. Detection of C2H4 in Neptune's Atmosphere from ISO/PHT-S Observations, with B. Schulz, Th. Encrenaz, P. Romani, B. Bezard and E. Lellouch, Astron. Astrophys., 350, L13-L17, 1999. (pdf)

  132. A Low Temperature Origin for the Planetesimals that Formed Jupiter, with T. Owen, P. Mahaffy, H. Niemann, A. Bar-Nun, T. Donahue and I. de Pater, Nature, 402, 269, 1999. (pdf)

  133. The Champollion Cometary Molecular Analysis Experiment, P.R. Mahaffy et al., Adv. Space Res., 23 (no. 2), 349-359, 1999.

  134. Galileo Probe: Latest Results, S. K. Atreya and R. E. Young, in Physical Studies of Planets and Satellites: Report of IAU Commission 16 - Reports on Astronomy (J. Andersen, ed.) Vol. XXIVA, pp 1-20, 1999.

  135. ISO Observations of C2H2 on Uranus and CH3 on Saturn: Implications for Atmospheric Vertical Mixing in the Voyager and ISO Epochs, and a Call for Relevant Laboratory Measurements, S. K. Atreya, S. G. Edgington, Th. Encrenaz, H. Feuchtgruber, in The Universe as Seen by ISO, (P. Cox and M. Kessler, eds.) ESA SP-427, 149, 1999. (pdf)


  136. 1998

  137. Galileo Probe Measurements of D/H and 3He/4He in Jupiter's Atmosphere, P. R. Mahaffy, T. M. Donahue, S. K. Atreya, T. C. Owen and H. B. Niemann, in Primordial Nuclei and Their Evolution (N. Prantzos, M. Tosi, R. von Steiger, editors), Special Issue of Space Sci. Rev., 84, 251, 1998, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht. (pdf)

  138. The Composition of the Jovian Atmosphere as Determined by the Galileo Probe Mass Spectrometer, with H. B. Niemann, et al, J. Geophys. Res., 103, 22831, 1998. (pdf)

  139. The Planet-B (Mars) Neutral Gas Mass Spectrometer, with H. B. Niemann, et al., Earth, Planets and Space (Japan), 50 (no. 9), 785, 1998. (pdf)

  140. On the Latitude Variation of Ammonia, Phosphine and Acetylene Altitude Profiles in the Atmosphere of Jupiter from HST Faint Object Spectrograph Observations, S. Edgington,S. K. Atreya, L. Trafton, J. J. Caldwell, R. F. Beebe, A. Simon, R. A. West, C. Barnes, Icarus, 133, 192, 1998. (pdf)

  141. ISO Observations of Uranus: The Stratospheric Distribution of C2H2 and the Eddy Diffusion Coefficient, Th. Encrenaz, H. Feuchtgruber, S.K. Atreya, B. Bezard, E. Lellouch, J. Bishop, S. Edgington, T. de Graauw, M. Griffin, and M. Kessler, Astron. Astrophys., 333, L43, 1998. (pdf)

  142. Chemical Composition Measurements of the Atmosphere of Jupiter with the Galileo Probe Mass Spectrometer, with H.B. Niemann, et al., Adv. Space Res., 21 (no. 11), 1455, 1998. (pdf)

  143. Voyager II Ultraviolet Spectrometer Solar Occultation at Neptune: Photochemical Modeling of the 125-165 nm Lightcurves, J. Bishop, P.N. Romani and S. K. Atreya, Planet. Space Sci., 46, 1-20, 1998. (pdf)

  144. In Situ Chemical and Isotopic Measurement of the Atmosphere of Jupiter, P. R. Mahaffy, S. K. Atreya, H. B. Niemann and T. C. Owen, in Highlights of Astronomy: Proc. XXIIIrd General Assembly of IAU, The Galileo Symposium (M. Marov and R. Carlson, eds.), Kluwer Academic Publishers, 1998.


  145. 1997

  146. On the Origin of Jupiter's Atmosphere and the Volatiles on the Medicean Stars, T. C. Owen, S. K. Atreya, P. R. Mahaffy, H. B. Niemann and M. H. Wong, in Three Galileos: The Man, The Spacecraft, The Telescope (C. Barbieri, J. Rahe, T. Johnson, A. Sohus, eds.), pp. 289-298, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1997.

  147. Chemistry and Clouds of Jupiter's Atmosphere: A Galileo Perspective, S. K. Atreya, M. H. Wong, T. C. Owen, H. B. Niemann and P. R. Mahaffy, in Three Galileos: The Man, The Spacecraft, The Telescope (C. Barbieri, J. Rahe, T. Johnson, A. Sohus, eds.), pp. 249-260, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, 1997. (pdf)

  148. The Aerosol Collector-Pyrolyzer Experiment for Huygens, with G. Israel, et al, in Huygens: Science, Payload and Mission, ESA-SP 1179, 59-84, 1997. (pdf)

  149. The Gas Chromatograph Mass Spectrometer for the Huygens Probe, H. Niemann, S.K. Atreya, G.R. Carignan, T.M. Donahue, K. Biemann, D. Gautier, D. Hunten, J. Lunine, G. Israel, K. Mauresburger, T. Owen and F. Raulin, in Huygens: Science, Payload and Mission, ESA SP-1177, 85-108, 1997. (pdf)


  150. 1996

  151. The Galileo Probe Mass Spectrometer: Composition of Jupiter's Atmosphere, H. B. Niemann, S. K. Atreya, G. R. Carignan, T. M. Donahue, J. Haberman, D. Harpold, R. Hartle, D. M. Hunten, W. Kasprzak, P. Mahaffy, T. C. Owen, N. W. Spencer and S. Way, Science, 272, 846, 1996. (pdf)

  152. Feasibility of Determining Composition of Planetary Ices by Far Infrared Observations: Application to Martian Cloud and Surface Ices, with B. R. Johnson, Icarus,, 119, 405, 1996. (pdf)

  153. Composition, Clouds and Chemistry of the Atmospheres of the Giant Planets, S. K. Atreya, in Atmospheric and Interstellar Physics and Chemistry (editor, C. F. Boutron), Les Editions de Physique Les Ulis Publisher, France, pp 433-455, 1996.


  154. 1995

  155. The Collision of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 with Jupiter: Detection and Evolution of HCN in the Stratosphere of the Planet, with A. Marten and the JCMT/SL9 Team, Geophys. Res. Lett., 22, 1589, 1995. (pdf)

  156. Methane and Carbon Monoxide Infrared Emissions Observed at the Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope during the Collision of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 with Jupiter, with J.P. Maillard and the CFHT/SL9 Team, Geophys. Res. Lett., 22, 1573, 1995. (pdf)

  157. Abundances of Ammonia and Carbon Disulfide in the Jovian Stratosphere following the Impact of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9, S.K. Atreya, S. Edgington, L. Trafton, J. Caldwell, K. Noll and H. Weaver, Geophys. Res. Lett., 22, 1625, 1995. (pdf)

  158. Hubble Space Telescope Spectroscopic Observations of Jupiter After the Collision of Comet P/Shoemaker-Levy 9, with K.S. Noll, M.A. McGrath, L.M. Trafton, J.J. Caldwell, H.A. Weaver, R. Yelle, C. Barnet and S. Edgington, Science, 267, 1307, 1995. (pdf)

  159. Origin of the Major Planet Atmospheres: Clues from Trace Species, S.K. Atreya, S.G. Edgington, D. Gautier and T.C. Owen, in Special Issue on Comparative Planetology of Earth, Moon and Planets, 67, nos.1-3, 71-75, 1995 (M. A'Hearn, M. Chahine and J. Rahe, editors), Dordrecht. (pdf)

  160. Photochemistry and Stability of the Atmosphere of Mars, S.K. Atreya and Z.G. Gu, Adv. Space Res., 16, No. 6, 57, 1995. (pdf)

  161. Detectability of Molecular Species in Planetary and Satellite Atmospheres from their Rotational Transitions, with Th. Encrenaz, B Bezard, J. Crovisier, A. Coustenis, E. Lellouch and S. Gulkis, Planet. Space Sci., 43, 1485, 1995. (pdf)

  162. Middle and Upper Atmosphere, with J. Bishop, P. N. Romani, B. R. Sandel, R. V. Yelle and G. S. Orton, in Neptune (editor, D. Cruikshank), University of Arizona Press, 1995. (pdf)

  163. Troposphere, with D. Gautier, B. Conrath, T. C. Owen and I. de Pater, in Neptune (editor, D. Cruikshank), University of Arizona Press, 1995.


  164. 1994

  165. Stability of the Martian Atmosphere -- Is Heterogeneous Catalysis Essential?, S.K. Atreya and Z.G. Gu, J. Geophys. Res., 99, 13133, 1994. (pdf)


  166. 1993

  167. Methane Photochemistry on Neptune: Ethane and Acetylene Mixing Ratios and Haze Production, with P. Romani, J. Bishop and B. Bezard, Icarus, 106, 442, 1993. (pdf)

  168. Tentative identification of formaldehyde in the Martian atmosphere, with O. Korablev, M. Ackerman, V. Krasnopolsky, V. Moroz, C. Mueller and A. Rodin, Planet. Space Sci., 41, 441, 1993. (pdf)

  169. Thermal Profiles in the Auroral Regions of Jupiter, with P. Drossart, B. Bezard, J. Bishop and J. Waite, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 18, 803, 1993.(pdf)

  170. First Observations of CO and HCN on Neptune and Uranus at Millimeter Wavelengths and their Implications for Atmospheric Chemistry, with A. Marten, D. Gautier, T. Owen, and others, Astrophys. J., 406, 285, 1993. (pdf)


  171. 1992

  172. Vertical Structure and Size Distributions of Martian Aerosols from Phobos Solar Occultation Measurements, with E. Chassefiere, J.E. Blamont, V. Krasnopolsky, O. Korablev and R. A. West, Icarus, 97, 46, 1992. (pdf)

  173. Voyager 2 UVS Solar Occultations at Neptune: Constraints on Stratospheric Hydrocarbon Abundances and Comparisons with Photochemical Models, J. Bishop, S. K. Atreya, P. Romani, F. Herbert and B. Sandel, J. Geophys. Res., 97, 11681, 1992. (pdf)

  174. Galileo Probe Mass Spectrometer Experiment, with H. Niemann, D. Hunten, T. Owen, and G. Carignan, Space Sci. Rev., 60, 111, 1992. (pdf)

  175. Hydrocarbons and Eddy Mixing in Neptune's Atmosphere, S. K. Atreya, Adv. Space Res., 12, (11), pp. 11-18, 1992. (pdf)

  176. Clues on Current and Past Organic Chemistry in the Outer Solar System, with J. B. Pollack, in Exobiology in Solar System Exploration, NASA SP 512, 1992.(pdf)


  177. 1991

  178. Possible Microwave Absorption by H2S in Uranus and Neptune Atmospheres, with I. de Pater and P. Romani, Icarus, 91, 220, 1991. (pdf)

  179. Upper Atmosphere and Electroglow, with D. Strobel, D. Shemansky and R. Yelle, in Uranus (editor, J. Bergstralh), University of Arizona Press, 1991.

  180. Photochemistry and Vertical Mixing, S. K. Atreya, B. R. Sandel and P. N. Romani, in Uranus (editor, J. Bergstralh), University of Arizona Press, 1991. (pdf)


  181. 1990

  182. Reanalysis of Voyager 2 UVS Occultations at Uranus: Hydrocarbon Mixing Ratios in the Equatorial Stratosphere, J. Bishop, S. K. Atreya, F. Herbert and P. Romani, Icarus, 88, 448, 1990. (pdf)

  183. Stability of the Martian Atmosphere: Possible Role of Heterogeneous Chemistry, S. K. Atreya and J. E. Blamont, Geophys. Res. Lett., 17, 287, 1990. (pdf)

  184. Uranus Photochemistry and Prospects for Voyager 2 at Neptune, S. K. Atreya, Adv. Space Res., 10, (1), 113, 1990. (pdf)

  185. Review of the Book, Physics and Chemistry of the Upper Atmosphere, by M. H. Rees, Cambridge University Press, EOS, 71, 1029, 1990.(pdf)


  186. 1989

  187. Voyager Ultraviolet Spectrometer Observations of Neptune and Triton, with A. L. Broadfoot, et al., Science, 246, 1459, 1989. (pdf)

  188. Detection of H3+ on Jupiter, with P. Drossart, et al., Nature, 340, 539, 1989. (pdf)

  189. Neptune's Deep Atmosphere Revealed, with P. N. Romani and I. de Pater, Geophys. Res. Lett., 16, 933, 1989. (pdf)

  190. Stratospheric Aerosols from CH4 Photochemistry on Neptune, with P. N. Romani, Geophys. Res. Lett., 16, 941, 1989. (pdf)

  191. Uranus Deep Atmosphere Revealed, with I. de Pater and P. N. Romani, Icarus, 82, 288, 1989. (pdf)

  192. Ground-based Measurements of O(1D) and the H2O Production Rates from Comets, with R. B. Kerr, et al., Adv. Space Res., 9, (3) 1989. (pdf)

  193. Observations of the J=1-0 CO Lines in Mars Atmosphere: Radio detection of 13CO and Monitoring of 12CO, with E. Lellouch, M. Gerin, F. Combes and T. Encrenaz, Icarus, 77, 414, 1989. (pdf)

  194. Present State and Chemical Evolution of the Atmospheres of Titan, Triton and Pluto, J. I. Lunine, S. K. Atreya and J. B. Pollack, in Origin and Evolution of Planetary and Satellite Atmospheres (S. K. Atreya and J. B. Pollack, editors), University of Arizona Press, 1989. (pdf)

  195. Variations in the Jovian Atmospheric Composition and Chemistry, P. Drossart, R. Courtin, S. K. Atreya and A. Tokunaga, in Time Variable Phenomena in the Jovian System, NASA SP-494, pp. 344-361, 1989.(pdf)


  196. 1988

  197. Methane Photochemistry and Haze Production on Neptune, P. N. Romani and S. K. Atreya, Icarus, 74, 424, 1988. (pdf)


  198. 1987

  199. Nature of the Stratospheric Haze on Uranus: Evidence for Condensed Hydrocarbons, with J. B. Pollack, et al., J. Geophys. Res., 92, 15037, 1987. (pdf)

  200. The Upper Atmosphere of Uranus: EUV Occultations Observed by Voyager 2, with F. Herbert, et al., J. Geophys. Res., 92, 15093, 1987. (pdf)

  201. Neutral Upper Atmospheres of the Outer Planets, S. K. Atreya, Adv. Space Res., 7, (12) 79, 1987. (pdf)

  202. Observations of Comet Halley at H-Alpha and OI 6300"H, with R. B. Kerr, et al., Geophys. Res. Lett., 14, 53, 1987. (pdf)


  203. 1986

  204. High Spectral Resolution Fabry-Perot Interferometer Measurements of Comet Halley at Hydrogen Balmer-Alpha and Oxygen 6300"H, with R. B. Kerr, et al., Adv. Space Res., 5, 283, 1986. (pdf)

  205. Ultraviolet Spectrometer Observations of Uranus, with A. L. Broadfoot, et al., Science, 233, 74, 1986. (pdf)

  206. Enhanced Acetylene Emission Near the North Pole of Jupiter, with P. Drossart, et al., Icarus, 66, 610, 1986. (pdf)

  207. Continued Observations of the H Lyman-Alpha Emission from Uranus, with J. T. Clarke, et al., J. Geophys. Res., 91, 8771, 1986.(pdf)

  208. A Study of the Upper Atmosphere of Uranus using IUE, with Th. Encrenaz, et al., Astron. Astrophys., 162, 317, 1986. (pdf)

  209. Simultaneous Profile and Radar Measurements at Arecibo, with R. B. Kerr, J. Geophys. Res., 91, 4491, 1986.(pdf)


  210. 1985

  211. Photochemistry and Clouds of Jupiter, Saturn and Uranus, S. K. Atreya and P. N. Romani, in Planetary Meteorology (editor, G. E. Hunt), Cambridge University Press, 1985. (pdf)

  212. Upper Atmosphere and Ionosphere of Saturn: Prospects for Cassini, S. K. Atreya, European Space Agency/European Science Foundation Publication, ESA/ESF, SP-241, 1985, Strasbourg, France.


  213. 1984

  214. Modification of Planetary Atmospheres by Material from the Rings, S. K. Atreya, Adv. Space Res., 4, 31, 1984. (pdf)

  215. Theory, Measurements, and Models of the Upper Atmosphere and Ionosphere of Saturn, S. K. Atreya, J. H. Waite, T. M. Donahue, A. F. Nagy and J. C. McConnell, in Saturn (editor, T. Gehrels), University of Arizona Press, 1984. (pdf)

  216. Saturn Atmospheric Structure and Composition, S. K. Atreya, Proceedings Planetary Symposium, European Space Agency/European Science Foundation,Strasbourg, France, 1984.(pdf)

  217. Aeronomy, S. K. Atreya, in Uranus and Neptune (editor, J. T. Bergstralh), NASA CP 2330, pp. 55-88, 1984.


  218. 1983

  219. Photolysis of Methane and the Ionosphere of Uranus, S. K. Atreya and J. J. Ponthieu, Planet. Space Sci., 31, 939, 1983. (pdf)

  220. Search for Hydrogen Atoms and the Noble Gas Abundances in the Head of Comet Schwassmann-Wachmann 1 (1974II), M. C. Festou, and S. K. Atreya, pp. 203-220, in Cometary Exploration, (editor, T. Gombosi), Hungarian Academy of Sciences, Budapest, 1983.(pdf)

  221. Electron Precipitation and Related Aeronomy of the Jovian Thermosphere and Ionosphere, with J. H. Waite, Jr., et al., J. Geophys. Res., 88, 6143, 1983. (pdf)

  222. Ionosphere, D. F. Strobel and S. K. Atreya, in Physics of the Jovian Magnetosphere (editor, A. J. Dessler), Cambridge University Press, 1983. (pdf)


  223. 1982

  224. Eddy Mixing Coefficient on Saturn, S. K. Atreya, Planet. Space Sci., 30, 849, 1982. (pdf)

  225. Voyager Ultraviolet Stellar Occultation Measurement of the Composition and Thermal Profiles of the Saturnian Upper Atmosphere, M. C. Festou, and S. K. Atreya, Geophys. Res. Lett., 9, 1147, 1982.(pdf)

  226. Copernicus Measurement of the Jovian Lyman-Alpha Emission and its Aeronomical Significance, S. K. Atreya, M. C. Festou, T. M. Donahue, R. B. Kerr, E. S. Barker, W. D. Cochran, J. L. Bertaux, and W. L. Upson II, Astrophys. J., 262, 377, 1982. (pdf)

  227. Titan's Ion Exosphere Observed from Voyager 1, with R. E. Hartle, et al., J. Geophys. Res., 87, 1383, 1982.(pdf)

  228. Extreme Ultraviolet Observations from Voyager 2 Encounter with Saturn, with B. R. Sandel, et al., Science, 215, 548, 1982. (pdf)

  229. The Atmosphere and Ionosphere of Jupiter, S. K. Atreya, and T. M. Donahue, Vistas in Astronomy (editor, P. Beer), "The Jupiter Issue", 25, 315, 1982, Pergamon Press, Oxford. (pdf)


  230. 1981

  231. Saturn Ionosphere: Theoretical Interpretation, S. K. Atreya, J. H. Waite Jr., Nature, 292, 682, 1981. (pdf)

  232. Extreme Ultraviolet Observations from Voyager 1 Encounter with Saturn, with A. L. Broadfoot, et al., Science, 212, 206, 1981. (pdf)

  233. International Ultraviolet Explorer Detection of Bursts of Hydrogen Lyman Alpha Emission from Saturn, J. T. Clarke, H. W. Moos, S. K. Atreya, and A. L. Lane, Nature, 290, 226, 1981. (pdf)

  234. Composition and Thermal Profiles of the Jovian Upper Atmosphere Determined by the Voyager Ultraviolet Stellar Occultation Experiment, M. C. Festou, S. K. Atreya, T. M. Donahue, B. R. Sandel, D. E. Shemansky, and A. L. Broadfoot, J. Geophys. Res., 86, 5715, 1981.(pdf)

  235. Jupiter: Structure and Composition of the Upper Atmosphere (Theory), S. K. Atreya, T. M. Donahue, and M. C. Festou, Astrophys. J., 247, L43, 1981. (pdf)

  236. The Jovian Hydrogen Bulge: Evidence for Co-Rotating Magnetospheric Convection, A. J. Dessler, B. R. Sandel, and S. K. Atreya, Planet. Space Sci., 29, 215, 1981. (pdf)

  237. Measurement of Minor Species (H2, Cl, O3, NO) in the Earth's Atmosphere by the Stellar Occultation Technique, S. K. Atreya, in Planetary Aeronomy and Astronomy - Adv. Space Res., 1 (9), 127, 1981, Pergamon Press, Oxford. (pdf)

  238. Upper Atmosphere of Jupiter--A Post Voyager Perspective, S. K. Atreya, in Planetary Aeronomy and Astronomy - Adv. Space Res., 1 (9), 69, 1981, Pergamon Press, Oxford. (pdf)

  239. Overview of the Ultraviolet Spectrometry Results through Jupiter Encounters, with A. L. Broadfoot, et al., J. Geophys. Res., 86, 8259, 1981. (pdf)

  240. Observations of the Io-Plasma Torus, H. W. Moos, J. T. Clarke, S. K. Atreya, and A. L. Lane, in The Universe in Ultraviolet Wavelengths: The First Two Years of IUE, (editor R. D. Chapman), pp 49-54, 1981, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.(pdf)

  241. Observations of Auroras on Jupiter, J. T. Clarke, H. W. Moos, S. K. Atreya, and A. L. Lane, in The Universe in Ultraviolet Wavelengths: The First Two Years of IUE, (R. D. Chapman, ed.), pp. 45-48, 1981, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C.(pdf)


  242. 1980

  243. Measurements of the Spectral Profile of Balmer Alpha Emission from the Hydrogen Geocorona, J. W. Meriwether, S. K. Atreya, and T. M. Donahue, Geophys. Res. Lett., 7, 967, 1980. (pdf)

  244. Observations from Earth Orbit and Variability of the Polar Aurora on Jupiter, J. T. Clarke, H. W. Moos, S. K. Atreya, and A. L. Lane, Astrophys. J., 241, L179, 1980. (pdf)

  245. Saturn: Tropospheric Ammonia and Nitrogen, S. K. Atreya, W. R. Kuhn, and T. M. Donahue, Geophys. Res. Lett., 7, 474, 1980. (pdf)


  246. 1979

  247. The Influence of Ozone on the Martian Atmospheric Temperature W. R. Kuhn, S. K. Atreya, and S. Postawko, J. Geophys. Res., 84, 8341, 1979 (Special Mars Issue). (pdf)

  248. Jovian Upper Atmospheric Temperature Measurement by the Voyager 1 UV Spectrometer, S. K. Atreya, T. M. Donahue, B. R. Sandel, A. L. Broadfoot, and G. R. Smith, Geophys. Res. Lett., 6, 795, 1979. (pdf)

  249. Extreme Ultraviolet Observations from Voyager 2 Encounter with Jupiter, with B. R. Sandel, et al., Science, 206, 962, 1979. (pdf)

  250. The Ionosphere of Saturn: Predictions for Pioneer 11, J. H. Waite Jr., S. K. Atreya, and A. F. Nagy, Geophys. Res. Lett., 6, 723, 1979.(pdf)

  251. An Interpretation of the Voyager Measurement of Jovian Electron Density Profiles, S. K. Atreya, T. M. Donahue, and J. H. Waite Jr., Nature, (London), 280, 795, 1979. (pdf)

  252. EUV Observations from Voyager 1 Encounter with Jupiter, with A. L. Broadfoot, et al., Science, 204, 979, 1979. (pdf)

  253. Solar Radiation Incident on the Martian Surface, W. R. Kuhn, and S. K. Atreya, J. Molecular Evolution, 14, 57, 1979; Special Issue on The Viking Mission and the Question of Life on Mars, Springer Verlag, Heidelberg. (pdf)

  254. Models of the Jovian Upper Atmosphere, S. K. Atreya, and T. M. Donahue, Rev. Geophys. Space Phys., 17, 388, 1979. (pdf)

  255. Ammonia Photolysis and the Greenhouse Effect in the Primordial Atmosphere of the Earth, W. R. Kuhn, and S. K. Atreya, Icarus, 37, 207, 1979. (pdf)

  256. Model Ionospheres of Jupiter, S. K. Atreya and T. M. Donahue, in Jupiter (editor, T. Gehrels), University of Arizona Press, 1976. (pdf) Also, Russian Translation in Jupiter Atmosphera, Ionosphera (editor, V. I. Moroz), Mir Publishing House, Moscow, 1979. (pdf)


  257. 1978

  258. Evolution of a Nitrogen Atmosphere on Titan, S. K. Atreya, T. M. Donahue, and W. R. Kuhn, Science, 201, 611, 1978. (pdf)


  259. 1977

  260. Search for Jovian Auroral Hot Spots, S. K. Atreya. Y. L. Yung, T. M. Donahue, and E. S. Barker, Astrophys. J., 218, L83, 1977. (pdf)

  261. Ultraviolet Spectrometer Experiment for the Voyager Mission, with A. L. Broadfoot, et al., Space Sci. Rev., 21, 183, 1977. (pdf)

  262. The Distribution of Ammonia and its Photochemical Products on Jupiter, S. K. Atreya, W. R. Kuhn, and T. M. Donahue, Icarus, 31, 348, 1977. (pdf)

  263. The Distribution of Methylamine in the Jovian Atmosphere, W. R. Kuhn, S. K. Atreya, and S. Chang, Geophys. Res. Lett., 4, 203, 1977. (pdf)

  264. UV Stellar Occultation Measurements of Nighttime Equatorial Ozone, G. Riegler, S. K. Atreya, T. M. Donahue, S. C. Liu, B. Wasser, and J. F. Drake, Geophys. Res. Lett., 4, 145, 1977. (pdf)


  265. 1976

  266. Ultraviolet Stellar Occultation Measurement of the H2 and O2 Densities near 100 km in the Earth's Atmosphere, S. K. Atreya, T. M. Donahue, W. E. Sharp, B. Wasser, J. F. Drake, G. R. Riegler, Geophys. Res. Lett., 3, 607, 1976. (pdf)

  267. Electron Temperature of the Jovian Ionosphere, A. F. Nagy, W. L. Chameides, R. Chen, and S. K. Atreya, J. Geophys. Res., 81, 5567, 1976. (pdf)

  268. Stellar Occultation Measurements of Nighttime Equatorial Ozone Between 42 km and 114 km Altitude, G. Riegler, S. K. Atreya, R. J. Cicerone, J. F. Drake, and S. C. Liu. Proceedings of the Joint Symposium on Atmospheric Ozone of the International Association of Meteorology and Atmospheric Physics and World Meteorology Organization, Dresden, Germany, 1976. (pdf)

  269. The Atmosphere of Jupiter, S. K. Atreya, Chapter II in the Outer Planetary Mass Spectrometer Study, NASA CR-137886, U.S. Government Printing Office, Washington, D.C., June, 1976. (pdf)


  270. 1975

  271. The Role of Hydrocarbons in the Ionospheres of the Outer Planets, S. K. Atreya, and T. M. Donahue, Icarus, 25, 335, 1975. (pdf)

  272. A Model of the Venus Ionosphere, A. F. Nagy, S. C. Liu, T. M. Donahue, S. K. Atreya, and P. M. Banks, Geophys. Res. Lett., 2, 83, 1975. (pdf)

  273. Ionospheric Models of Saturn, Uranus, and Neptune, S. K. Atreya and T. M. Donahue, Icarus, 24, 358, 1975. (pdf)

  274. Doppler Profile Measurements of the Geocoronal Hydrogen Balmer Alpha Line, S. K. Atreya, P. B. Hays, and A. F. Nagy, J. Geophys. Res., 80, 635, 1975. (pdf)


  275. 1974

  276. Jupiter's Ionosphere: Prospects for Pioneer 10, S. K. Atreya, T. M. Donahue and M. B. McElroy, Science, 184, 154, 1974. (pdf)


  277. 1973

  278. An Investigation into the Geocoronal and Interplanetary Hydrogen Balmer Emissions, S. K. Atreya, University of Michigan, Space Physics Research Laboratory, Technical Report 010179, 190 pp., June, 1973.


  279. 1971

  280. The Influence of Thermospheric Winds on the Auroral Red-Line Profile of Atomic Oxygen, P. B. Hays, and S. K. Atreya, Planet. Space Sci., 19, 1225, 1971. (pdf)


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