PUBLICATIONS BY RICHARD GREENBERG
(Updated October 2013)

BOOKS

Unmasking Europa: the Search for Life on Jupiter’s Ocean Moon, R. Greenberg, Copernicus/Springer/Praxis Books, New York, 2008.

Europa, the Ocean Moon, by R. Greenberg, Springer-Praxis, 2005.

Planetary Rings,  R. Greenberg and A. Brahic, editors, Univ. of Arizona Press, 1984

ARTICLES

Small Inner Companions of Warm Jupiters: Lifetimes and Legacies, Astrophys. J., in press, Van Laerhoven and Greenberg, 2013.

Formation, habitability, and detections of extrasolar moons, Astrobiology in preparation, R. Heller et al. 2013.

Spin-driven tidal pumping: Tidally driven changes in planetary spin coupled with secular interactions between planets, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astron. in press, by R. Greenberg, C. Van Laerhoven, and R. Barnes, 2013

Secular Behavior of Exoplanets: Self-consistency and Comparisons with the Planet-Planet Scattering Hypothesis, Astron. J. 146, article id. 63, M. Timpe et al., 2013.

Terrestrial accretionary wedges as analogs to ridge flanks on Europa:  Deformation by under-thrust terrain, by R. Greenberg & P. Sak, in review 2013.

Lenticulae, an invited article for the Encylopedia of Planetary Landforms, H. Hargitai, ed., Springer, New York,  Greenberg, R., in press 2013.

Acidification of Europa’s subsurface ocean as a consequence of oxidant delivery, Astrobiology 12 (2), 151-159, by M.A. Pasek & R. Greenberg, 2012.

Aligned major axes in a planetary system without tidal evolution: The 61 Virginis example, Monthly Notices RAS 419, 429-435, by R. Greenberg & C. Van Laerhoven, 2012.

Characterizing multiplanet systems with classical secular theory, Celestial Mechanics 113, 215-234, by C. Van Laerhoven & R. Greenberg 2012.

Exploration and Protection of Europa’s Biosphere:  Implications of Permeable Ice, Astrobiology 11, 183-191, by R. Greenberg, 2011.

The effect of sub-pixel slope variations on photoclinometry, Icarus 214, 348-350, 2011, by R. Greenberg et al.

Tidal evolution of a secularly interacting planetary system,  Astrophys. J., 733, article id 8, by R. Greenberg & C. Van Laerhoven, 2011.

Origin and Dynamics of the Mutually Inclined Orbits of υ Andromedae c and d, Astrophys. J. 726, article id. 71, 2011, R. Barnes et al.

Transport rates of radiolytic substances into Europa’s ocean: Implications for the potential origin and maintenance of life, Astrobiology 10, No. 3, 275-283, 2010.

The Icy Jovian Satellites after the Galileo Mission, An invited review for Reports on Progress in Physics (IOP Publishing), Rep. Prog. Phys. 73, 20pp., doi:10.1088/0034-4885/73/3/036801, 2010.

CoRoT-7b: Super-Earth or Super-Io?  Astrophys. J. Letters 709, L95-L98, 2010, R. Barnes et al.

Tides and Exoplanets, in Formation and Evolution of Exoplanets, (ed. R. Barnes), pp. 243-266, 2010, B. Jackson et al.

The roles of tidal evolution and evaporative mass loss in the origin of CoRoT-7 b, Mon. Not. Royal Astron. Soc. 407, 910-922, 2010, B. Jackson et al.

Tidal Constraints on Planetary Habitability, Proceedings of the "Pathways Towards Habitable Planets" Symposium (eds.: D. Gelino, et al.), 2010, R. Barnes et al.

Tidal effects on brown dwarfs: application to the eclipsing binary 2MASS J05352184-0546085. The anomalous temperature reversal in the context of tidal heating, Astron. and Astrophys. 514, id.A22, 2010, R. Heller et al.

Geological implications of a physical libration on Enceladus, Icarus 203, 541-552, 2009, T. Hurford et al.

Frequency dependence of tidal Q, Astrophys. J. Letters698, L42-L45, 2009.

Tidal Limits to Planetary Habitability, Astrophysical J. Letters, 700, L30-L33, 2009, R. Barnes et al.

Observational Evidence for Tidal Destruction of Exoplanets, Astrophys. J. 698, 1357-1366, 2009, B. Jackson et al.

Planet–planet scattering leads to tightly packed planetary systems, Astrophys. J. 696, L98–L101, 2009, S.N. Raymond et al.

The influence of obliquity on Europan cycloid formation, Icarus 202, 197-215, 2009, T. A. Hurford et al.

Planetary transits and tidal evolution, Proceedings IAU Symp. No. 253, "Transiting Planets", eds. F. Pont et al., 2009, by B. Jackson et al.

The HD 40307 Planetary System: Super-Earths or Mini-Neptunes? Astrophys. J. 695, 1006-1011, 2009, R. Barnes et al.

Tidal heating of terrestrial extrasolar planets and implications for their habitability, MNRAS 391, 237–245, 2008, by B. Jackson, R. Barnes and R. Greenberg.

Tidal Evolution of Dysnomia, Satellite of the Dwarf Planet Eris, Icarus 194, 847-849, 2008.

Tidal heating of extra-solar planets,  Astrophys. J., 681, 1631-1638, 2008, by B. Jackson, R. Greenberg and R. Barnes.

Tidal evolution of close-in extrasolar planets, Astrophys. J. 678, 1396-1406, 2008, by B. Jackson, R. Greenberg and R. Barnes.

Tides and the evolution of planetary habitability, Astrobiology 8, 557-568, 2008, by R. Barnes et al.

Extrasolar planet interactions, in Exoplanets: Detection, Formation and Dynamics, S. Ferraz-Mello, & Y.S. Sun, eds, Proceedings IAU Symposium No. 249, p. 469-478, 2008, R. Barnes and R. Greenberg.

Tidal evolution of close-in extra-solar planets, in Exoplanets: Detection, Formation and Dynamics, S. Ferraz-Mello, & Y.S. Sun, eds, Proceedings IAU Symposium No. 249, p. 187-196, 2008, B. Jackson, R. Greenberg and R. Barnes.

Eros’ Rahe Dorsum:  Implications for internal structure, Meteoritics and Planetary Science 43, 435-449 2008, by R. Greenberg

Stability limits in resonant planetary systems, Astrophys. J.- Letters 665, L67-L70, 2007, by R. Barnes and R. Greenberg.

Tidally driven strike-slip displacement on Europa:  Viscoelastic modeling, Planetary and Space Science 55, 1225-1245, 2007, B. Preblich et al.

Apsidal behavior among planetary orbits:  Testing the planet-planet scattering model,  Astrophys. J.- Letters 659, L53-L56, 2007,  R. Barnes and R. Greenberg.

Eruptions arising from tidally controlled periodic openings of rifts on Enceladus, Nature 447, 292-294, 2007, T. A. Hurford et al.

Cycloidal cracks on Europa: Improved modeling and nonsynchronous rotation implications, Icarus 186, 218-233, 2007, T. A. Hurford, A. Sarid, and R. Greenberg.

Behavior of apsidal orientations in planetary systems,  Astrophys. J.- Letters 652, L53-L56, 2006,  R. Barnes and R. Greenberg.

Numerical evaluation of Love’s solution for tidal amplitude:  Amplified tidal effects near singularities, Geophysical Journal International, in review, 2006, T. Hurford et al.

Europa’s south pole region: A sequential reconstruction of surface modification processes, Earth and Planetary Science Letters 248, 808–821, 2006, J. Riley et al.

Europa, the ocean moon:  Tides, permeable ice, and life, an invited chapter for Planetary Systems and the Origins of Life, R. Pudritz et al., editors, Cambridge University Press, in press 2007.

The icy moons of Jupiter, A review chapter for Space Exploration 2007, B. Harvey, ed., Springer-Praxis Books, 2007.

Stability limits in extra-solar planetary systems, Astrophys. J.- Letters 647, L163-L166, 2006,  R. Barnes and R. Greenberg.

Crack azimuths on Europa: Sequencing of the northern leading hemisphere,  J. Geophys. Res. - Planets 111, E08004, doi:10.1029/2005JE002524, 2006, A.R. Sarid, R. Greenberg, and T. A. Hurford.

Rock Star, a review of The Rock from Mars, by K. Sawyer, American Scientist 94, 375-376, 2006.

The icy moons of Jupiter, A review chapter for Solar System Update, P. Blondel and J.W. Mason, eds., Springer-Praxis Publishing, 2006.

Craters on asteroids: Reconciling diverse impact records with a common impacting population, Icarus 183, 79-92, 2006, D.P. O’Brien, R. Greenberg, and J.E. Richardson.

Extrasolar planetary systems near a secular separatrix, Astrophys. J. 638, 478-487, 2006, R. Barnes and R. Greenberg.

Numerical evaluation of Love’s solution for tidal amplitude:  Amplified tidal effects near singularities, in Chaotic Worlds: from Order to Disorder in Gravitational N-Body Dynamical Systems, Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Vol. 227, Steves, B.A.; Maciejewski, A.J.; Hendry, M. (Eds.), 2006, T. Hurford, S. Frey, and R. Greenberg.

Tides on Europa: Linking celestial mechanics, geology, and geophysics, in Chaotic Worlds: from Order to Disorder in Gravitational N-Body Dynamical Systems, Proceedings of the NATO Advanced Study Institute, NATO Science Series II: Mathematics, Physics and Chemistry, Vol. 227, Steves, B.A.; Maciejewski, A.J.; Hendry, M. (Eds.), 2006.

The global effects of impact-induced seismic activity on fractured asteroid surface morphology, Icarus 179, 325-349, 2005, J. Richardson et al.

Collisional and dynamical evolution of the main-belt and NEA size distributions, Icarus 178, 179-212, 2005, D.P. O’Brien and R. Greenberg.

Flexure of Europa’s lithosphere due to ridge loading, Icarus 177, 380-396, 2005, T. Hurford et al.

Crack azimuths on Europa: The G1 lineament sequence revisited, Icarus 173, 469-479, 2005, A. Sarid et al.

The DEPTHX Project: Pioneering technologies for exploration of extraterrestrial aqueous channels, Proceedings of the 56th International Astronautical Congress, International Astronautical Federation, 2005, R. Greenberg et al.

Impact-induced seismic activity on asteroid 433 Eros: A surface modification process, Science 306, 1526-1529, 2004, J.E. Richardson et al.

Crack azimuths on Europa: Time sequence in the southern leading face, Icarus, 168, 144-157, 2004, A. Sarid et al.

The Evil Twin of Agenor:  Crustal convergence on Europa, Icarus 167, 313-319, 2004.

Ridges and tidal stress on Io, Icarus 169, 111-126, 2004, G. Bart et al.

Tidal stress patterns on Europa’s crust, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy, 87, 171-188, 2003, R. Greenberg et al.

Steady-state size distributions for collisional populations: analytical solution with size-dependent strength, Icarus 164, 334-345, 2003.  D.P. O’Brien and R. Greenberg.

Pits and uplifts on Europa, Icarus 161, 102-126, 2003, R. Greenberg et al.

Europa's dynamic icy crust, An invited review, Meteoritics and Planetary Science 37, 1685-1711, 2002. Greenberg and Paul Geissler.

The rotation of Europa, Celestial Mechanics and Dynamical Astronomy 83, 35-47, 2002, R. Greenberg, G.V. Hoppa, P. Geissler, A. Sarid, and B.R. Tufts.

Polar wander and surface convergence on Europa: Evidence from a survey of strike-slip displacement,  Icarus 158, 24-41, 2002, A. Sarid et al.

A melt-through model for chaos formation on Europa, Icarus 156, 152-161, 2002, D.P. O'Brien. P. Geissler, and R. Greenberg.

B. Randall Tufts (1948-2002), obituary, Eos 83, 459, 2002.

Numerical evaluation of the general Yarkovsky effect:  Effects on eccentricity and longitude of periapse, Icarus 156, 211-222, 2002, J. Spitale and R. Greenberg.

Tides and the Biosphere of Europa, American Scientist 90, No.1, pp. 48-55, 2002, by R. Greenberg.

Tidal tectonic processes and their implications for the character of Europa's icy crust (invited review),  Rev. Geophysics 40(2,1), 1-33, 2002. R. Greenberg et al.

Europa's crust and ocean: How tides create a potentially habitable physical setting, in "Astrobiology", a volume of the series Lecture Notes in Physics, Springer Verlag, pp. 111-124, 2002, R. Greenberg et al.

Numerical evaluation of the general Yarkovsky effect:  Effects on semi-major axis, Icarus 149, 222-234, 2001, J. Spitale and R. Greenberg.

The impact record on asteroid surfaces, invited review chapter in Collisional Processes in the Solar System (M.Y. Marov and H. Rickman, eds.), Kluwer, Dordrecht, pp. 51-71, 2001.  W.F. Bottke and R. Greenberg.

Impacts on asteroids: fragmentation, regolith transport, and disruption, Icarus 153, 1-15, 2001.  M.C. Nolan et al.

Europa's rate of rotation derived from the tectonic sequence in the Astypalaea region, Icarus 153, 208-213, 2001. G.V. Hoppa et al.

Observational selection effects in Europa image data:  Identification of chaotic terrain, Icarus 151, 181-189, 2001, G.V. Hoppa et al.

Infecting other worlds, American Scientist 89, No.4, pp. 296-300, 2001, Greenberg and B.R. Tufts.

Standards for prevention of biological contamination of Europa, Eos, Transactions AGU, 82, 26-28, 2001, Greenberg and Tufts.

Tidal evolution by elongated primaries:  Implications for the Ida/Dactyl system, Geophys. Res. Letters 27, 1595-1598, 2000.  T. Hurford and R. Greenberg

Habitability of Europa's crust,  J. Geophys. Res.-Planets, 105, E7, 17551-17561, 2000, R. Greenberg et al.

Distribution of strike-slip faults on Europa,  J. Geophys. Res.-Planets, 105, E9, 22617-22627, 2000, G. Hoppa et al.

Distribution of chaos on Europa,  J. Geophys. Res.-Planets, 105, E9, 22599-22615, 2000, J. Riley et al.

Lithospheric dilation on Europa, Icarus 146, 75-97, 2000, B.R.Tufts et al.

What are the Lagrangian points?, Planetary Report XX,1, 20-21, 2000.

Chaos on Europa. Icarus 141, 263-286, 1999, R. Greenberg et al.

Formation of cycloidal features on Europa.  Science 285, 1899-1902, 1999.  Hoppa et al.

Strike-slip faults on Europa: Global shear patterns driven by tidal stress, Icarus. 141, 287-298, 1999, G. Hoppa et al.

Astypalaea Linea: A large-scale strike-slip fault on Europa, Icarus 141, 53-64, 1999, B.R. Tufts, R. Greenberg, G. Hoppa, and P. Geissler.

Rotation of Europa: Constraints from terminator and limb positions, Icarus 137, 341-347, 1999, G. Hoppa, R. Greenberg, P. Geissler, B.R. Tufts, J. Plassman, and D.D. Durda.

Research experience as a component of science and mathematics teacher preparation, J. Sci. Teacher Educ. 10 (2), 147-158, 1999, J. Raphael, S. Tobias, and R. Greenberg.

How asteroids come to Earth.  Science 281, 1972-1973, 1998.

Tectonic processes on Europa:  Tidal stresses, mechanical response, and visible features, Icarus 135, 64-78, 1998, R. Greenberg et al.

Evolution of lineaments on Europa:  Clues from Galileo multispectral imaging observations, Icarus 135, 107-126, 1998, P. Geissler et al.

Collisional models and scaling laws:  A new interpretation of the main-belt asteroid size distribution, Icarus 135, 431-440, 1998, D.D. Durda, R. Greenberg, and R. Jedicke.

Tidal stress on Europa:  Celestial mechanics meets geology.  In "Solar System Formation and Evolution", (D. Lazzaro et al., eds.), Astron. Soc. Pacific Conf. Series, Vol. 149, 149-165, 1998, R. Greenberg, P. Geissler, G. Hoppa, B.R. Tufts, and D. Durda.

Image Processing for Teaching: Transforming a scientific research tool into an educational technology.  J. Computers in Math. and Science Teaching 17, 149-160, 1998.

Teaching high school science using image processing:  A case study of implementation of computer technology, J. Res. Science Teaching 35, 297-327, 1998, R. Greenberg et al.

Evidence for non-synchronous rotation of Europa, Nature 391, 368-370, 1998, P. Geissler et al.

New evidence for a global ocean on Europa, Nature 391, 363-365, 1998, M.H. Carr et al.

Europa: Initial Galileo geological observations, Icarus 135, 4-24, 1998, R. Greeley et al.

Sources of planetary rotation: Mapping planetesimals' contributions to angular momentum, Icarus 129, 384-400, 1997, R. Greenberg et al.

Image Processing: An enabling technology for science research, teaching, and learning, a chapter in "Internet Links for Science Education: Student Scientist Partnerships" (K.C. Cohen, ed.), Series on Innovations in Science Education and Technology, Plenum, New York, 1997.

The long-term dynamics of Dactyl's orbit,  Icarus 130, 177-197, 1997, J-M. Petit et al.

Mapping the effects of distant perturbations on particle-planet interactions, Icarus 125, 288-301, 1997, W.F. Bottke et al.

Impact craters on asteroids: Does gravity or strength control their size?, Icarus 124, 359-371, 1996, M.C. Nolan et al.

Viscosity in Keplerian disks: Steady-state velocity distribution and non-local collision effects, Icarus 123, 1996, J.-M. Petit and R. Greenberg.

Collisional and dynamical history of Ida, Icarus 120, 106-118, 1996, R. Greenberg et al.

Geology of 243 Ida, Icarus, Icarus 120, 119-139, 1996, R. Sullivan et al.

Erosion and ejecta reaccretion on 243 Ida and its moon, Icarus 120, 140-157, 1996, P. Geissler et al.

Origin of Spacewatch small Earth-approaching asteroids, Icarus 122, 406-427, 1996, W.F. Bottke et al.

The discovery and orbit of 1993 (243)1 Dactyl, Icarus 120, 185-199, 1996, M.J.S. Belton et al.

Image Processing for Teaching: A research tool enters schools, colleges, and the workplace.  Tech. Horizons in Educ. Journal 24 (5), 61-65, Dec. 1996.

The Image Processing for Teaching Project, In "Education and Technology" (C. Fisher et al., eds.), Jossey-Bass, Inc., San Francisco, 1996.

Image Processing for Teaching: Linking Education with Industry. Proceedings of College-Industry Conf., 1996, with D. Adams and M. Magisos.

Galileo's First Images of Jupiter and the Galilean Satellites, Science 274, 377-385, 1996, M.J.S. Belton et al.

Ejecta reaccretion on rapidly rotating asteroids: Implications for 243 Ida and 433 Eros, in "Completing the Inventory of the Solar System", Astron. Soc. Pacific Conf. Series 107, 57-68, 1996.  P. Geissler et al.

Provenance of the Spacewatch small Earth-approaching asteroids, in "Completing the Inventory of the Solar System", Astron. Soc. Pacific Conf. Series 107, 3-12, 1996.  W.F. Bottke et al.

The bulk density of asteroid 243 Ida from Dactyl's orbit, Nature 374, 785, 1995, M.J.S. Belton et al.

Galileo multispectral imaging of Earth, JGR 100, 16,895, 1995, P. Geissler et al.

Image processing:  A state-of-the-art way to learn science, Educ. Leadership 53-2, 34-37, 1995, J. Raphael and R. Greenberg.

Computer Enhanced Learning:  Image Processing,  Ties: J. of Design and Tech. Educ. Nov./Dec. 1995,  J. Raphael, R. Greenberg and L. Dahlman.

Computers in public schools:  Changing the image with image processing, Bulletin National Assn. of Secondary School Principals 79, 90-97, 1995, J. Raphael and R. Greenberg.

The Surprising World of Technology Education, Calif. Classroom Science 7-1, 18, 1995.  R. Greenberg. 

Collisional lifetimes and impact statistics of near-Earth asteroids. In Hazards due to Comets and Asteroids, University of Arizona Press, pp. 337-357, 1994, Bottke et al.

Velocity distributions among colliding asteroids, Icarus 107, 255-268, 1994, Bottke et al.

Collisional history of Gaspra. Icarus 107, 84-97, 1994, Greenberg et al.

Discovery of grooves on Gaspra, Icarus 107, 72-83, 1994, J. Veverka et al.

Image Processing for Teaching: A national dissemination program, Proceedings of ICIP, pp. 511-514, IEEE Computer Society Press, 1994, Greenberg et al.

Is there a planet around b-Pictoris? Perturbation of a planet on a circumstellar dust disk. II: The analytical model. Icarus 108, 59-80, 1994. D. Lazarro et al.

First images of 243 Ida, Science 265, 1543-1547, 1994, M.J.S. Belton et al.

Galileo Multi-spectral Imaging of the Moon, Science 264, 1112-1115, 1994, M.J.S. Belton et al.

Equilibrium nonsynchronous rotation of Titan. Icarus 105, 259-262, 1993, Sears et al.

Image processing for teaching, Journal of Science Education and Technology 2, No. 3, 469-480, 1993, Greenberg et al.

Dynamical relationships of near-Earth asteroids to main-belt asteroids. In Resources of Near-Earth Space (J.S. Lewis and M.S. Matthews, eds.), Univ. Arizona Press, 1993, R. Greenberg and M.C. Nolan.

Asteroidal collision probabilities.  Geophys. Res. Lett. 20, 879-881, 1993, Bottke and Greenberg.

Scanning the images of science. The Science Teacher, 59, No. 8, 14-18, 1992, R. Greenberg.

Image processing for teaching in a Navajo school setting. J. Navajo Ed., IX, No. 2, 23-29, 1992, R. Greenberg and K. Franklin.

A critical reanalysis of planetary accretion models. Icarus, 98, 2-19, 1992, R.A. Kolvoord and R. Greenberg.

Imaging of Venus from Galileo:  Early results and camera performance. Advances in Space Sci., Res. 12, No. 9, 91-103, 1992, M.J.S. Belton et al.

Galileo encounter with 951 Gaspra: First pictures of an asteroid. Science, 257, 1647-1652, 1992, M. Belton et al.

Lunar impact basins and crustal heterogeneity: New western limb and for side data from Galileo. Science 255, 570, 1992, M. Belton et al.

The Galileo solid-state imaging experiment. Space Sci. Reviews, 60, 413-455, 1992, M. Belton et al.

Planetary accretion rates derived analytically. Icarus 94, 98-111, 1991, R. Greenberg et al.

Miranda. Invited review chapter for Uranus (J. Bergstralh, ed.), Univ. Arizona Press, 1991, R. Greenberg et al.

Images from Galileo of the Venus cloud deck. Science 253, 1531, 1991, M. Belton et al.

Image processing for teaching. In Proceedings of Hands-on Astronomy for Education, (C. Pennypacker, ed.), World Sci. Pub. Co., p. 147, 1992, R. Greenberg and R.G. Strom.

Why is there an asteroid belt?  Planetary Report, Vol. X, No. 3, 28, 1990.

Planetary close encounters: Geometry of approach and post-encounter orbital parameters. Celestial Mechanics 49, 111-132, 1990, A. Carusi, G.B. Valsecchi, and R. Greenberg.

Photometric astrometry of main-belt asteroids III. Additional lightcurves. Icarus, 86, 402-447, 1990, S.J. Weidenschilling et al.

Arizona Science Essential Skills Framework, Arizona Dept. of Education, Phoenix, 1990, E.P. Seitz et al.

Observations of the 8 Dec. 1987 occultation of AG+40˚783 by 324 Bamberga. Astron. J. 98, 1094, 1989, by R.L. Millis et al.

Viscosity and mass transport in non-uniform keplerian disks. Icarus 88, 146-171, 1989,  G.W. Ojakangas and R. Greenberg.

Science education programs in the Faculty of Science. Report to the Dean of Science, University of Arizona, May 1989.

Delivery of asteroids and meteorites to the inner solar system. Invited review chapter for Asteroids II, Univ. Arizona Press, Gehrels and Binzel, eds., 1989, by R. Greenberg et al.

Asteroidal regoliths. Invited review chapter for Asteroids II (Gehrels and Binzel, eds.), Univ. Arizona Press, 1989, D.S. McKay, T.D. Swindle and R. Greenberg.

Dust bands in the asteroid belt. Invited review chapter for Asteroids II (Gehrels and Binzel, eds.), Univ. Arizona Press, 1989, M.V. Sykes et al.

Mean motion resonances. Invited review chapter for Asteroids II (Gehrels and Binzel, eds.), Univ. Arizona Press, 1989, C. Froeschle and R. Greenberg.

Planetary accretion. Invited review chapter for The Origin and Evolution of Planetary Atmospheres (Atreya and Pollack, eds.), Univ. Arizona Press, 1989.

Time-varying orbits and tidal heating of the Galilean satellites. Invited review for Time-Variable Phenomena in the Jovian System (Belton, West, and Rahe, eds.), NASA Special Publication 494, pp. 100-115, 1989.

Outcome of planetary close encounters: A systematic comparison of methodologies. Icarus 75, 1-29, 1988, with A. Carusi and G.B. Valsecchi.

Particle properties and the large-scale structure of planetary rings: Rebound characteristics and viscosity. Icarus 75, 527-539, 1988.

Infrared lightcurves of asteroids 532 Herculina and 45 Eugenia: Proof of the absence of significant albedo markings. Icarus 75, 518-526, 1988, L.A. Lebofsky et al.

Warming of Miranda during chaotic rotation. Nature 328, 227-229, 1987, R. Marcialis and R. Greenberg.

The chronology of Mercury's geological and geophysical evolution: The volcanoid hypothesis. Icarus 71, 350-375, 1987, M.A. Leake et al.

Coordinated observations of asteroids 1219 Britta and 1972 Yi Xing. Icarus 71, 148-158, 1987, R.P. Binzel et al.

Collision mechanics and the structure of planetary ring edges. Icarus 70, 289-302, 1987, D. Spaute and R. Greenberg.

Galilean satellites: Evolutionary paths in deep resonance. Icarus 70, 334-347, 1987.

Photometric geodesy of main-belt asteroids. I. Observations of 26 large rapid rotators. Icarus 70, 191-245, 1987, S. J. Weidenshilling et al.

Orbital acceleration and the energy budget in the galilean satellite system. Nature 323, 789-791, 1986, with S.J. Goldstein and K.C. Jacobs.

The formation and origin of the IRAS zodiacal dust bands as a consequence of single collisions between asteroids. Icarus, 65, 51-69, 1986, M.V. Sykes and R. Greenberg.

Origin of the Moon from a circumterrestrial disk. In Origin of the Moon (Lunar Planet. Inst., Hartmann, Phillips and Taylor, eds.), 1986, S.J. Weidenschilling, R.Greenberg, C.R. Chapman, F. Herbert, D.R. Davis, M.J. Drake, J.H. Jones and W.K. Hartmann.

Orbital resonance of the Titan ringlet. In Resonances in the Motion of Planets, Satellites and Asteroids, (S. Ferraz-Mello, ed.) 1985.

The origin of comets among the accreting outer planets. In Dynamics of Comets (A. Carusi and G. Valsecchi, eds.) Reidel Pub. Co., 1985.

Collisional history of asteroids. Icarus 62, 30-53, 1985, D.R. Davis,  C.R. Chapman, S.J. Weidenschilling and R. Greenberg.

Lorentz resonances and the structure of the jovian ring. Nature 316, 115-119, 1985. J.A. Burns, L.E. Schaffer, R.J. Greenberg and M.R. Showalter.

From icy planetesimals to outer planets and comets. Icarus 59, 87-113, 1984, R. Greenberg, S.J. Weidenschilling, C.R. Chapman, and D.R. Davis.

A photometric geodesy program for main belt asteroids. Minor Planet Bulletin 11, 31-33, 1984, D.H. Levy, D.R. Davis, S.J. Weidenschilling, C.R. Chapman, R. Greenberg.

Saturn ring particles as dynamic ephemeral bodies. Science 224, 744-747, 1984, D.R. Davis, S.J. Weidenschilling, C.R. Chapman and R. Greenberg.

Satellite masses in the Uranus and Neptune systems. In Uranus and Neptune (J. Bergstrahl, ed.), NASA CP-2330, 1984.

How fast do galilean satellites spin? Icarus 58, 186-196, 1984 (R. Greenberg and  S.J. Weidenschilling).

Ring particles: Their collisional interactions and physical nature. In Planetary Rings (R. Greenberg and A. Brahic, eds.), University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 1984, S.J. Weidenschilling, C.R. Chapman, D.R. Davis, and R. Greenberg.

Planetary rings: A dynamic, evolving subject. In Planetary Rings (R. Greenberg and A. Brahic, eds.), University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 1984 (with A. Brahic).

Asteroids and meteorites: Origin of stony-iron meteorites at mantle-core boundaries. Icarus 57, 267-279, 1984 (with C.R. Chapman).

Orbital resonances among Saturn's satellites. In Saturn (T. Gehrels, ed.), University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 1984.

How a shepherd guides a sheep herd. In Anneaux des Planetes, Proceedings of IAU Colloq. 75, (A. Brahic, ed., CNES, Toulouse), 331-338, 1984.

Asteroids. In The Planetary Report (of the Planetary Society) Volume III,  No. 4, 1983.

Asteroids and meteorites: Parent bodies and delivered samples. Icarus 55, 455-481, 1983 (R. Greenberg and C.R. Chapman).

The role of dissipation in shepherding of ring particles. Icarus 53, 207-218, 1983.

Orbital interactions: A new geometrical formalism. Astron. J. 87, 184-195, 1982.

Orbital resonances and planetary formation sites. Icarus 49, 313-326, 1982, M. Torbett, R. Greenberg, and R. Smoluchowski.

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Orbital evolution of the galilean satellites. In The Satellites of Jupiter (D. Morrison, ed.), University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 65-92, 1982.

The birth of the Sun and planets. Geotimes 26, 20, 1981.

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Apsidal precession of orbits about an oblate planet. Astron. J. 86,  912-914, 1981.

On information transfer in verbal presentations. EOS 62, 642, 1981.

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Collisional growth of planetesimals. The Moon and the Planets 22, 63-66, 1980.

Growth of large, late-stage planetesimals. Icarus 39, 141-150, 1979.

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Collisional evolution of asteroids: Populations, rotations, and velocities. In Asteroids (T. Gehrels, ed.), University of Arizona Press, Tucson, 528-557, 1979 (with D.R. Davis, C.R. Chapman, S.J. Weidenschilling, and A.W. Harris).

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Planetesimals to planets: Numerical simulation of collisional evolution. Icarus 35, 1-26, 1978 (with J.F. Wacker, W.K. Hartmann, and C.R. Chapman).

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Orbit-orbit resonances in the solar system: Varieties and similarities. Vistas in Astronomy 21, 209, 1977.

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On the Laplace relation among the satellites of Uranus. Mon. Not. Roy. Astron. Soc. 173, 121, 1975.

On the motion of a particle in orbit around a growing mass. J. Astronaut. Sci. 23, 75, 1975.

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ABSTRACTS AND PRESENTATIONS BY RICHARD GREENBERG

 

The high multiplicity systems Gliese 667C and KOI 3158, DPS meeting, Denver, Van Laerhoven et al., 2013.

Reflectance Properties and Age of the Baptistina Family, DPS meeting, Denver, M. Dykhuis et al., 2013.

Local Topographic Shielding and Radiation Shadows from Electron Irradiation on Europa,, DPS meeting, Denver, Hurford et al., 2013.

Ridges on ridges: Extensions of adjacent topography onto the flanks of Europan ridges, AAS/DPS Meeting, Reno NV, Oct. 2012, R.Greenberg & C. Van Laerhoven.

Changes in one planet's mass or semi-major axis affects all planets' eccentricities, AAS/DPS Meeting, Reno NV, Oct. 2012, C. Van Laerhoven & R.Greenberg.

Kinematics and dynamics of a high order mean-motion resonance:consideration of the Kepler-16 system, AAS/DDA Meeting, Mt. Hood OR, May 2012, R.Greenberg et al.

Secular dynamics of the Kepler-11 system, AAS/DDA Meeting, Mt. Hood OR, May 2012, C. Van Laerhoven et al.

Propagation of coupled changes in orbital e and a via secular perturbations, AAS/DDA Meeting, Mt. Hood OR, May 2012, R.Greenberg et al.

Origin, dynamics and stability of the mutually inclined orbits of the υ Andromedae planetary system, AAS Meeting, BAAS 43, Jan. 2011, R. Barnes et al.

Secular behavior of exoplanetary systems: self-consistency and comparisons with the planet-planet scattering hypothesis, BAAS 43, Jan. 2011, M. Timpe et al.

The role of tides in planetary habitability, BAAS 43, Jan. 2011, R. Barnes et al.

Europa, an invited presentation at the Pardee Keynote Symposium, Exploring for Life in the Cosmos: Celebrating Five Decades of Astrobiology, GSA Annual Meeting, Denver, Nov. 2010.

Secular behavior in multi-planet systems: 61 Virginis, 55 Cancri, etc., AAS/DPS Meeting,  Oct. 2010, C. Van Laerhoven & R.Greenberg.

Tidal effects on the habitability of exoplanets:  The case of GJ 581d, Astrobio. Science Conf., 2010, R. Barnes et al.

Is CoRoT-7 B the Remnant Core of an Evaporated Gas Giant? AAS Meeting, January 2010, B. Jackson et al.

CoRoT-7 b: Super-Earth or Super-Io? AAS Meeting, January 2010, R. Barnes et al.

Tidal Heating and the Boundaries of the Habitable Zone (invited presentation), AGU meeting, Dec. 2009, R. Greenberg et al.

The Role of Planetary System Architecture in Planetary Habitability, AGU meeting, Dec. 2009, R. Barnes et al.

Vertical Transport through Europa's Crust: Implications for Oxidant Delivery and Habitability, AAS/DPS Meeting, Puerto Rico, October 2009.

Coorbital Collision as the Energy Source for Enceladus' Plumes, AAS/DPS Meeting, Puerto Rico, October 2009, S, Peale and R. Greenberg.

Effects of Secular, Resonant and Tidal Perturbations on Planetary Habitability, AAS/DPS Meeting, Puerto Rico, October 2009, B. Jackson et al.

Evaluation and Frequency Dependence of Tidal Q, AAS/DDA meeting, May 2009.

Using Geological Implications of a Physical Libration to Constrain Enceladus' Libration State, Lunar and Planetary Science XXXX, March 2009, T.Hurford et al.

The effects of tides on close-in exoplanets, AAS Meeting, January 2009, B. Jackson et al.

Jupiter's tidal Q: The range of uncertainty, AAS/DPS Meeting, Ithaca, NY, October 2008.

Implications of spin-orbit librations on Enceladus, AAS/DPS Meeting, Ithaca, NY, October 2008, T.Hurford.

Tidal heating of extrasolar terrestrial-scale planets and constraints on habitability, AAS/DPS Meeting, Ithaca, NY, October 2008, B. Jackson et al.

Planetary transits and tidal evolution, IAU Symp. No. 253, "Transiting Planets", Cambridge, MA, May 2008, B. Jackson et al.

How libration affects strike-slip displacement on Enceladus, Lunar and Planetary Science XXXIX, March 2008, T.Hurford et al.

The Planet HD 74156 d: A successful prediction by the theory of packed planetary systems, AAS Meeting, Austin, Texas, January 2008, Rory Barnes et al.

Extrasolar Plant Interactions, IAU Symposium 249: Exoplanets: Detection, Formation and Dynamics, held in Suzhou, China, Oct 22-26, 2007, R. Barnes and R. Greenberg.

Coorbital collision as the source of Enceladus’ heat, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2007, abstract #P12B-02, 2007, S.J. Peale and R. Greenberg.

Geological evidence that Enceladus librates about synchronous rotation, American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2007, abstract #P11F-05, 2007, T.A. Hurford et al.

Tidal evolution of close-in extra-solar planets, AAS Meeting #211, 2007, B. Jackson et al.

Tidal evolution of close-in extra-solar planets, IAU Symposium 249: Exoplanets: Detection, Formation and Dynamics, held in Suzhou, China, Oct 22-26, 2007, B. Jackson et al.

The Planet HD 74156 d: A Successful Prediction by the Theory of Packed Planetary Systems, AAS Meeting #211, 2007, R. Barnes et al.

The late stage of planetary system formation: evidence from secular interactions among extra-solar planets, AAS/DPS Meeting, Orlando, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 39, 468, 2007, R. Greenberg and R. Barnes.

Tides and the evolution of planetary habitability, AAS/DPS Meeting, Orlando, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 39, 468, 2007, R. Barnes and R. Greenberg.

The lack of small craters on Eros is not due to the Yarkovsky Effect, AAS/DPS Meeting, Orlando, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 39, 512, 2007, D. P. O'Brien and R. Greenberg.

Geological Evidence that Enceladus Librates about Synchronous Rotation, AAS/DPS Meeting, Pasadena, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 39, 410, 2007, T.A. Hurford et al.

Eros' Rahe Dorsum Plane: Implications for Internal Structure and Partial Differentiation, 70th Meteoritical Soc. Meeting, Tucson, Meteoritics and Planetary Science Supplement 42, 5275, 2007.

Apsidal Orientations in Planetary Systems:  Behavior and Implications for Early Planet-Planet Scattering, AAS Div. on Dynamical Astronomy, Ann Arbor, 2007, R. Greenberg and R. Barnes.

Tidal Evolution of Exoplanetary Eccentricity, AAS Div. on Dynamical Astronomy, Ann Arbor, 2007, by B. Jackson, R. Greenberg, and R. Barnes.

Stability Limits in Resonant Planetary Systems, AAS Div. on Dynamical Astronomy, Ann Arbor, 2007, R. Barnes & R. Greenberg.

Precision and accuracy of topography measurements on Europa,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXVIII, abstract #1850, 2007, R. Greenberg et al.

Strike-slip on Europa:  Viscoelastic modeling of tidally driven displacement,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXVIII, abstract # 1766, 2007, B. Preblich, R, Greenberg, J. Norton-Riley, and D.P. O’Brien.

A cycloid-like rift near Enceladus’ south pole:  Europa-style production by tidal stress,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXVIII, 2007,  T. A. Hurford et al.

Tidally controlled geyser-like eruptions on Enceladus,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXVIII, 2007,  T. A. Hurford et al.

Behavior of Apsidal Orientations in Planetary Systems, AAS meeting, Seattle 2007, R. Barnes and R. Greenberg.

Implications of Cycloid Modeling: Evidence of a Forced Obliquity of Europa, AAS/DPS Meeting, Pasadena, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 38, 612-613, 2006, A.R. Sarid, T.A. Hurford and R. Greenberg.

An Assessment of Topography Measurements on Europa, AAS/DPS Meeting, Pasadena, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 38, 539, 2006, R. Greenberg et al.

South Polar Cycloidal Rift on Enceladus, AAS/DPS Meeting, Pasadena, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 38, 514, 2006, T.A. Hurford, R. Greenberg and G.V. Hoppa.

Stability limits in planetary systems, AAS Div. on Dynamical Astronomy, Halifax, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 38, 672, 2006, R. Greenberg and R. Barnes.

Evidence for a finite obliquity of Europa from cycloidal cracks, AAS Div. on Dynamical Astronomy, Halifax, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 38, 678, 2006, A.R. Sarid, T.A. Hurford and R. Greenberg.

The influence of obliquity on Europan cycloid formation, European Planetary Science Congress Berlin, Germany, September 2006, T.A. Hurford, R. Greenberg, B. Bills and A.R. Sarid.

Unraveling Europa’s tectonic history:  Evidence for a finite obliquity?, Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXVII, abstract #1303, 2006, T. Hurford et al.

Europa, the Ocean Moon (invited keynote), Central Pennsylvania Consortium Astronomy Conference, April 2006.

Reconstruction of the surface of Jupiter’s moon Europa: A sequence of events near the south pole, GSA Regional Conference, Harrisburg, PA, March 2006, R. Greenberg and J. Riley.

Tidal stress on Europa: Sensitivity to ice shell thickness, AAS/DPS meeting, Cambridge, England, October 2005, T. A. Hurford and R. Greenberg.

Cycloidal cracks on Europa: Improved propagation parameters and rotation implications, AAS/DPS meeting, Cambridge, England, October 2005, A.R. Sarid et al.

Packed planetary systems, AAS/DPS meeting, Cambridge, England, October 2005, R. Barnes and R. Greenberg.

Extra-solar planetary systems tend to be near a secular separatrix, AAS/DPS meeting, Cambridge, England, October 2005, R. Greenberg and R. Barnes.

Europa, the Ocean Moon: Tides, permeable ice, and life.  Conference on Astrobiology and the Origins of Life (invited presentation), Hamilton, ON, Canada, June 2005.

The DEPTHX project:  Pioneering technologies for exploration of extraterrestrial aqueous channels (invited presentation),  International Astronautical Congress of the International Astronautical Federation, Fukuoka, Japan, October, 2005.  R. Greenberg et al.

Eccentricity-Driven Crack Patterns on Europa:  Constraints on Rotation, Div. Dyn. Astron., Santa Barbara, 2005, A.R. Sarid, T. Hurford, and R. Greenberg.

Singularities in the elastic tidal deformation of a sphere with radially varying density and elasticity, Div. Dyn. Astron., Santa Barbara, 2005, S.E. Frey, T. Hurford, and R. Greenberg.

Singularities in the elastic tidal deformation of a homogeneous sphere, Div. Dyn. Astron., Santa Barbara, 2005,  T. Hurford, S.E. Frey, and R. Greenberg.

The DEPTHX Project:  Pioneering technologies for exploration of extraterrestrial aqueous channels, Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXVI, abstract #2206, 2005, W.C. Stone et al.

A stochastic cratering model for asteroid surfaces, Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXVI, abstract #2032, 2005, J. Richardson, H.J. Melosh, and R. Greenberg.

Europa’s south pole region: Reconstruction of the sequential resurfacing history, Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXVI, abstract #1516, 2005, J. Riley, R. Greenberg, and A.R. Sarid.

Impact -induced seismic shaking on asteroid 433 Eros: The mechanics of a surface modification process, DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 36, 1186, 2004, J.E. Richardson et al.

Eros' Rahe Dorsum: Surface expression of a plane of weakness, or of strength?, DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 36, 1180, 2004.

Tidal Stress Patterns' Dependence on Crustal Thickness: Application to Europa, DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 36, 1101, 2004. T.A. Hurford and R. Greenberg.

Branched Cusps Along Europan Cycloids, DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 36, 1084, 2004, A.R. Sarid et al.

The Collisional Evolution of the Trans-Neptunian Object Size Distribution, DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 36, 1082, 2004, D.P. O’Brien and R. Greenberg.

The Collisional and Dynamical  Evolution of the Main-Belt, NEA and TNO Populations, IAU Colloquium No. 197, Dynamics of Populations of Planetary Systems, Belgrade, Serbia and Montenegro, August 31 - September 4, 2004, D.P. O’Brien and R. Greenberg.

The Seismic Effect of Impacts on Asteroid Surface Morphology: Early Modeling Results, Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXV, abstract # 1864, 2004, J.E. Richardson et al.

Flexure of Europa’s lithosphere due to tidal loading, Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXV, abstract # 1831, 2004, T.A. Hurford et al.

Characterization of Instabilities in the Tidal Deformation of a Planetary Body, Fall AGU meeting, abstract #G21C-0278, 2003, S.E. Frey,  T.A. Hurford, R. Greenberg.

Seismic effects of Impacts on asteroids:  Preliminary results, Fall AGU meeting, abstract #P52A-0476, 2003, J. Richardson et al.

Tides on Europa:  Linking celestial mechanics, geology, and geophysics, an invited lecture series, NATO Advanced Study Institute, Cortina d’Ampezzo, Italy, Sept. 17- 19, 2003.

Boulders and craters on Eros: Mutually consistent size distributions, DPS meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 35 , 960, 2003, R. Greenberg and D.P. O’Brien.

Lineament azimuth sequence on Europa:  The Cadmus-Minos region revisited, DPS meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 35 , 920, 2003, A.R. Sarid et al.

Flexure of Europa’s lithosphere due to ridge-loading, DPS meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 35 , 920, 2003, T.A. Hurford et al.

Possible surface effects of tidal stress on Io, DPS meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 35 , 911, 2003, G.D. Bart et al.

Numerical modelling of asteroid collisional evolution: Recent results, DPS meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 35 , 972, 2003, D.P. O’Brien and R. Greenberg.

Analytical and numerical modelling of asteroid collisional evolution, 6th workshop on catastrophic disruption in the solar system, Cannes, France, June 2003, D.P. O’Brien and R. Greenberg.

The main-belt and NEA size distributions: Linked collisional and dynamical evolution, Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXIV, 2003, D.P. O’Brien and R. Greenberg.

Crack azimuth sequences on Europa:  The southern leading hemisphere, Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXIV, 2003, A.R. Sarid et al.

The Evil Twin of Agenor:  More evidence for tectonic convergence on Europa,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXIV, 2003, R. Greenberg and T. Hurford.

Cycloids and wedges: Global patterns from tidal stress on Europa, Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXIV, 2003, G.D. Bart et al.

An impact ejecta behavior model for small, irregular bodies,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. XXXIV, 2003, J.E. Richardson et al.

Tidal processes and the geophysics of Europa (invited review), IAU Colloquium No. 189 "Astrophysical Tides", Nanjing, China, September 2002.

Numerical Evaluation of Love's Solution for Tidal Amplitude: Extreme tides possible, IAU Colloquium No. 189 "Astrophysical Tides", Nanjing, China, September 2002, T. Hurford, R. Greenberg, and S. Frey.

Habitability of Europa's crust (invited review),  European Geophysical Society General Assembly, Nice, France, April 2002, Greenberg et al.

The evolution of the main belt and NEA size distributions, DPS meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 34, 836, 2002, D. P. O'Brien, R. Greenberg.

Numerical Evaluation of Love's Solution for Tidal Amplitude: Extreme tides possible, DPS meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 34, 893, 2002, T.A. Hurford, R. Greenberg, S. Frey.

Global patterns of diurnal tensile cracking on Europa, DPS meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 34, 915, 2002, G.D. Bart, R. Greenberg, G.V. Hoppa, T.A. Hurford.

The Evil Twin of Agenor, and other issues regarding crust displacement on Europa, DPS meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 34, 915, 2002, R. Greenberg, P. Geissler, D. O'Brien, T. Hurford, G. Hoppa.

Polar wander on Europa:  Results from a survey of strike-slip faults, Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXIII, 2002, Sarid et al.

Constraining the size-dependent removal rate of asteroids from the main belt, Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXIII, 2002, O'Brien and Greenberg.

How collisional and dynamical evolution shape the main belt and NEA size distributions. Asteroids, Comets, and Meteors Conference, Berlin, 2002, D. P. O'Brien and R. Greenberg.

Europa's surface-area budget:  Identification of convergence features by strike-slip reconstructions, Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXIII, 2002, Greenberg et al.

A Survey of Pits and Uplift Features on Europa, Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXIII, 2002, M.A. Leake et al.

Tides on a compressible sphere: Sensitivity of the h2 Love number, Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXIII, 2002, Hurford and Greenberg.

Polar wander and surface convergence on Europa (DPS meeting), Bull. AAS 33, 1100, 2001, Sarid et al.

Pits and uplifts on Europa: Distributions and characteristics (DPS meeting), Bull. AAS 33, 1099, 2001, Greenberg et al.

Tides on self-gravitating, compressible bodies (DPS meeting), Bull. AAS 33, 1099, 2001, Hurford and Greenberg.

The Yarkovsky effect: Role of asteroid shape and albedo distribution (DPS meeting), Bull. AAS 33, 1137, 2001, Spitale and Greenberg.

Can the Yarkovsky effect significantly influence the main-belt size distribution (DPS meeting), Bull. AAS 33, 1137, 2001, O'Brien and Greenberg.

Finite-difference calculations of the general Yarkovsky effect, Asteroids 2001 Conference, Palermo, 2001. J. Spitale and R. Greenberg.

Collisional evolution of really tiny asteroids: implications for their size distribution and lifetimes, Asteroids 2001 Conference, Palermo, 2001. D. O'Brien and R. Greenberg.

Celestial mechanics yields potentially habitable environments on Europa (Invited review), CelMec III Confernce, Monte Porzio, Italy, 2001, R. Greenberg.

Non-Synchronous Rotation of Io?  Jupiter Conference, Boulder, 2001, M.P. Milazzo et al..

Europa's habitability follows from classical dynamical astronomy, invited review for AAS, Div. Dyn. Astron. Conf., Houston,  Bull. AAS 33, 1192-1193, 2001.

Tidal amplitude for a self-gravitating, compressible sphere (AAS, Div. Dyn. Astron. Conf., Houston), Bull. AAS 33, 1193, 2001, T.A. Hurford and R. Greenberg.

Exploration of a Habitable World: Europa (Invited),  What's New in Astronomy 2001, UCLA Public Lecture, Los Angeles, May 5, 2001.

Does Io rotate non-synchronously?,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXII, 2001, abstract #2089, M. Milazzo et al.

Silicate volcanism on Europa,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXII, abstract #2068, 2001, P. Geissler et al.

A melt-through model for chaos formation on Europa,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXII, 2001, D. O'Brien et al.

Tidal amplitude for a self-gravitating, compressible sphere,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXII, 2001, Hurford and Greenberg.

Life on Europa: How tidal processes create suitable environments,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXII, 2001, R. Greenberg et al.

Ocean-to-surface linkages resurface Europa (an invited review),  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXII, 2001, R. Greenberg et al.

A need to update the exploration strategy for Europa, NASA Outer Planets Forum, Houston, 2001, Greenberg et al.

Europa's crustal biosphere:  Implications for exploration and contamination (DPS meeting), Bull. AAS 32, 1068, 2000, R. Greenberg et al.

Tidal evolution by elongated primaries (DPS meeting), Bull. AAS 32, 1116, 2000, Hurford and Greenberg.

The Yarkovsky effect on regolith-covered bodies (DPS meeting), Bull. AAS 32, 1016, 2000, Spitale and Greenberg.

Tidal heat in Europa:  Ice thickness and the plausibility of melt-through (DPS meeting), Bull. AAS 32, 1066, 2000, D. O'Brien et al.

Europa cycloids; Key to the chronology of tectonics and implications for nonsynchronous rotation (DPS meeting), Bull. AAS 32, 1066, 2000, G.V. Hoppa et al.

Lithospheric dilation on Europa (DPS meeting), Bull. AAS 32, 1066-1067, 2000, B.R. Tufts et al.

Exploration of a Habitable World: Jupiter's moon Europa (Invited),  Chesley Bonestell Memorial Lecture, Monterey Inst. for Research in Astronomy, Monterey CA, Nov. 11, 2000.

Habitability of Europa's crust and ocean (Invited keynote review), NASA First Astrobiology Science Conference, April 2000,  R. Greenberg et al.

Habitability of Europa's crust (Invited keynote review) Astrobiology Workshop,  Boulder, Feb. 5, 2000, R. Greenberg.

Europa's habitable crust: Tidal processes link ocean to surface (Invited),  Euro. Geophys. Soc., Spring 2000.

Distribution of chaotic terrain on Europa,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXI, 2000, R. Greenberg et al.

Non-Synchronous Rotation of Europa,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXI, 2000, R. Greenberg et al.

Dilation of the Europan lithosphere,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXI, 2000, R. Tufts et al.

Europa's sub-Jovian hemisphere from Galileo I25,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXXI, 2000, G. Hoppa et al.

Habitability of Europa's crust (Invited review at Astrobiology session), AGU meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 1999,  R. Greenberg et al.

Cycloidal features on Europa (Invited), AGU meeting, San Francisco, Dec. 1999,  G.V. Hoppa et al.

Cracks, ridges, and chaos:  Europa e un bel posto per vivere (DPS meeting, Padova, Italy) Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 31, 1177, 1999.

Cycloidal features on Europa: Circumstantial evidence for a global ocean  (DPS meeting, Padova, Italy) Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 31, 1177, 1999. G.V. Hoppa et al.

Numerical investigation of the Yarkovsky effect:  Mutiny on the high e's. (DPS meeting, Padova, Italy) Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 31, 1112, 1999.  J. Spitale and R. Greenberg.

Tidal evolution by elongated primaries: Implications for the Ida/Dactyl system (DPS meeting, Padova, Italy) Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 31, 1092, 1999. T.A. Hurford and R. Greenberg.

Galileo views of Astapalaea Linea: Strike-slip on Europa (DPS meeting, Padova, Italy) Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 31, 1172, 1999. B.R. Tufts et al.

Tiny asteroids: Three contradictory lines of evidence for their numbers (DPS meeting, Padova, Italy) Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 31, 1091, 1999.  D. O'Brien and R. Greenberg.

Asteroidal Collisional Evolution: Three Contradictory Lines of Evidence.  ACM Conference, Ithaca, NY, 1999.  D. O'Brien and R. Greenberg.

Numerical calculation of the Yarkovsky effect.  ACM Conference, Ithaca, NY, 1999.  J.N. Spitale and R. Greenberg.

Cracks, ridges, and chaos: A global model of Europa (EGS meeting, The Hague, April 1999), Geophys. Res. Abstracts 1, no. 3, 741, 1999,  R. Greenberg et al.

Chaos, cracks, and ridges:  Surface effects of thin ice over liquid water on Europa.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXX, 1999, R. Greenberg et al.

Strike-slip on Europa:  Galileo views of Astypalea Linea.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXX, 1999, B.R. Tufts et al.

Tidal model for lithospheric dilation on Europa.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXX, 1999, B.R. Tufts et al.

Plume detection on Europa: Locations of favorable tidal stress.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXX, 1999, G.V. Hoppa et al.

Formation of cycloidal features on Europa.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXX, 1999, G.V. Hoppa et al.

Rotation of lineaments in Europa's southern hemisphere.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXX, 1999, P. Geissler et al.

The formation of grey mottled terrain on Europa (AGU Meeting) Eos Transactions, 1999, J. Klemaszewski et al.

An active lineament on Europa? (AGU Meeting) Eos Transactions 79, F539, 1998, P. Geissler et al.

A subsurface liquid layer on Europa:  More evidence from lithospheric displacement features. (AGU Meeting) Eos Transactions 79, F540, 1998, B.R. Tufts et al.

From lenticulae to chaos:  Widespread melt-through to the surface of Europa? (AGU Meeting) Eos Transactions 79, F540, 1998, R. Greenberg et al.

Shear patterns on Europa driven by tidal stress.  (AGU Meeting) Eos Transactions 79, F541, 1998, G.V. Hoppa et al.

Chaos regions: Widespread melt-through to the surface of Europa? DPS Meeting,  BAAS 30, 1084, 1998. R. Greenberg et al.

Strike-slip faults on Europa: Global shear patterns driven by tidal stress.  DPS Meeting,  BAAS 30, 1084, 1998. G.V. Hoppa et al.

Lithospheric displacement features on Europa:  More reasons why there may be subsurface liquid water.  DPS Meeting,  BAAS 30, 1085, 1998. B.R. Tufts et al.

The search for a subsurface ocean on Europa.  Western Pacific Geophysics Meeting, Taipei, Taiwan, July 1998. Eos 79, W56, 1998.  R. Pappalardo et al.

Tides and tectonics:  Squeezing ice to Europa's surface.  Proceedings AGU meeting (cryovolcanism section), Boston, May 1998, R. Greenberg et al.

Ridges on Europa:  A proposed taxonomy and genetic interpretation.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXIX, 1998, R. Greenberg et al.

Tidal stress on Europa:  Non-synchronous rotation and diurnal variations.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXIX, 1998, R. Greenberg et al.

A new interpretation of the size distribution of main-belt asteroids.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXIX, 1998, D.Durda et al.

Europan lithospheric displacement features.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXIX, 1998, R. Tufts et al.

Comparison of global stress models with geographic features on Europa.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXIX, 1998, G. Hoppa et al.

A Recently Active Lineament On Europa?  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXIX, 1998, P.E. Geissler et al.

Tidal stresses and tectonic processes on Europa. Invited review at International Conference on Planetary Sciences, Rio de Janiero, Nov. 1997.

Tectonic processes on Europa: Tidal stresses and visible features (DPS meeting), BAAS 29, 983, 1997, R. Greenberg et al.

Rotation of Europa: Constraints from terminator and limb positions (DPS meeting), BAAS 29, 982-983, 1997, G. Hoppa et al.

Crustal displacement features on Europa (DPS meeting), BAAS 29, 983, 1997, R. Tufts et al.

Size distribution of 10 km-scale main-belt asteroids (DPS meeting), BAAS 29, 974, 1997, D.D. Durda et al.

Lithospheric displacement features on Europa, Eos Transactions 78, F415, 1997, R. Tufts et al.

Geology of Europa as revealed by Galileo imaging (DPS meeting), BAAS 29, 982, 1997, R.T. Pappalardo et al.

Image Processing for Teaching: A Research Technology for the Mathematics Classroom and the Workplace, Keynote presentation at the Amer. Math. Assn. of Two-Year Colleges (AMATYC) Conference, Flagstaff, Arizona, July 18, 1997 (Also presented at Arizona Mathematics Education Conference, Tempe, January 1997).

The role of curriculum in systemic reform, invited presentation at Annual Forum of National Inst. for Science Educ., Washington, Feb. 1997; published in Proceedings of the Workshop on Research on Systemic Reform, National Inst. for Science Educ., Madison, Wisconsin, 1997.

Long-term and diurnal tidal stresses on Europa.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXVIII, 1997, R. Greenberg et al.

Rotation of Europa:  Constraints from terminator positions.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXVIII, 1997, G.V. Hoppa et al.

Galileo multispectral imaging of Europa: Evidence for non-synchronous rotation.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXVIII, 1997, P. Geissler et al.

Reconstruction of Europan terrain and its geological implications.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXVIII, 1997, B.R. Tufts et al.

Sources of planetary rotation: Mapping planetesimals' contributions to angular momentum, (DPS meeting) BAAS 28, 1108, 1996, R. Greenberg et al.

Generation of Regolith on 243 Ida, (DPS meeting) BAAS 28, 1102-1103, 1996, P. Geissler et al.

A San Andreas-sized strike-slip fault on Europa, (DPS meeting) BAAS 28, 1074, 1996, R. Tufts et al.

Image processing:  Exploration in the research lab and science classroom.  Invited featured presentations at conferences of Kansas Sci. Teachers Assn., April 1996; Oregon Sci. Teachers Assn., Oct. 1996;  Natl. Sci Teachers Assn., Phoenix, Oct. 1996; Science Teachers Assoc. of Texas, Austin, Nov. 1996; Kentucky Sci. Teachers Assn., Lexington, Nov. 1996; Va. Sci. Teachers Assn., Roanoke, Nov. 1996; Arizona Educational Tech. Conference, Tucson, Feb. 1997;  Minn. Science Teachers' Assn., Mankato, March 1997.

Image Processing for Teaching: Transforming a Scientific Research Tool into an Educational Technology.  International Conference on the Learning Sciences, Assoc. Advance.
Computers in Educ., Evanston, Illinois, 1996.

On the long-term dynamics of Dactyl's orbit, ACM (Versailles) 1996, J-M. Petit, T.A. Hurford, D. Durda, R. Greenberg, P. Geissler.

Evolution of asteroidal regoliths: Clues from 243 Ida, ACM 1996.  P. Geissler, D, Durda, and R. Greenberg.

Image Processing for Teaching: Linking Education with Industry. Proceedings of College-Industry Conf., 1996.  R. Greenberg,  D. Adams and M. Magisos.

Ida's impact history, (DPS meeting) BAAS 27, 1069-1070, 1995, R. Greenberg et al.

Long-term evolution of the Ida/Dactyl system, (DPS meeting) BAAS 27, 1070, 1995, Petit et al.

Ejecta reaccretion on 243 Ida, (DPS meeting) BAAS 27, 1070, 1995, P. Geissler et al.

Stable periodic orbits around Ida: Several fit Dactyl's motion, (DPS meeting) BAAS 27, 1070-1071, 1995, T.A. Hurford et al.

Collisional history of Ida.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXVI, 503-504, 1995. Greenberg et al.

Ejecta reaccretion on rapidly rotating asteroids: Implications for 243 Ida and 433 Eros,  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXVI, 449-450, 1995, P. Geissler et al.

Image Processing for Teaching: A national dissemination program (invited paper), IEEE International Conf. on Image Processing, Austin, Texas, Nov. 1994.

Asteroid family formation.  Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 26, 1165, 1994 (DPS meeting). M. Nolan and Greenberg.

Viscosity in planetary rings.  Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 26, 1141, 1994 (DPS meeting). Greenberg and Petit.

Provenance of the Spacewatch small Earth-approaching asteroids.  Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 26, 1164, 1994 (DPS meeting). W. Bottke et al.

Erosion and regolith redistribution on Ida and its moon.  Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 26, 1157, 1994 (DPS meeting). P. Geissler et al.

Orbits around a small, highly elongated asteroid: Constraints on Ida's moon.  Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 26, 1157, 1994 (DPS meeting). J-M Petit et al.

Determination of the orbit of (243)1 and the mass of 243 Ida.  Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 26, 1154, 1994 (DPS meeting). M. Belton et al.

Surface geology of 243 Ida.  Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 26, 1157, 1994 (DPS meeting). R. Sullivan et al.

Ida (six additional abstracts by the Galileo imaging team).  Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 26, 1154-1158, 1994 (DPS meeting).

Origin and Distribution of Surface Blocks on Ida.  PASP Meeting, Flagstaff, 1994. J-M Petit et al.

Provenance of the Spacewatch small Earth-approaching asteroids.  Small bodies in the Solar System conference, Mariehamn, Aland, 1994, W.F. Bottke et al.

Provenance of the Spacewatch small Earth-approaching asteroids.  Meteoritical Soc. meeting, Prague, 1994, W.F. Bottke et al.

Provenance of the Spacewatch small Earth-approaching asteroids.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXV, 1994, W.F. Bottke et al.

Ida: Distribution and Origin of Surface Blocks.  Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXV, 1994, P. Geissler et al.

Impacts into a body the size of 243 Ida: Numerical hydrocode modeling (Meteoritical Soc. Meeting).  Meteoritics 28, 413, 1993, M.C. Nolan et al.

Numerical simulation of impacts on small asteroids: Application to 951 Gaspra.  Asteroids, Comets, Meteors Conf. 1993, M.C. Nolan et al.

Nonsynchronous rotation of Titan (DPS Meeting).  Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 25, 1099, 1993, Sears et al.

Collisional evolution of spin axes amoung main-belt asteroids (DPS Meeting).  Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 25, 1118, 1993, Bottke et al.

Galileo/SSI observation of 243 Ida (DPS Meeting).  Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 25, 1136, 1993, Belton et al.

Twice in a lifetime: Effects of a recent major impact on Gaspra (DPS Meeting).  Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 25, 1138, 1993, Greenberg et al.

Numerical hydrocode modelling of impacts into Ida (DPS Meeting).  Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 25, 1140, 1993, Nolan et al.

Lunar observations from Galileo's second Earth-Moon Flyby (2 abstracts) Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXIV, 1993, A.S. McEwen et al.

Performance characteristics of the Galileo solid-state imaging system (SSI), COSPAR Meeting 1992, K.P. Klaasen and the Galileo Imaging Team.

Collisional and dynamical history of Gaspra, Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXIV, 1993, R. Greenberg et al.

Collision lifetimes and impact statistics of near-Earth asteroids, Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXIV, 1993, W.F. Bottke et al.

Earth imaging results from Galileo's second encounter, Lunar and Planetary Sci. Conference XXIV, 1993, R. Greenberg et al.

Gaspra: Galileo imaging results (5 abstracts at DPS Meeting), Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 24, 931-932, 1992, Galileo Imaging Team.

Collisional and dynamical evolution of Gaspra (DPS Meeting), Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 24, 933, 1992, R. Greenberg et al.

Numerical simulation of impacts on small asteroids (DPS Meeting), Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 24, 959, 1992, M.C. Nolan et al.

Velocity distributions among colliding asteroids (DPS Meeting), Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 24, 960, 1992, W.F. Bottke et al.

Quantum accretion of planetesimals (DPS Meeting), Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 24, 982, 1992, R.A. Kolvoord and R. Greenberg.

Resonance trapping and Poynting-Robertson effect confining dust grains in Beta-Pic Disk (DPS Meeting), Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 24, 983, 1992, D. Lazzara et al.

Image processing for teaching, National Science Teachers Association Meeting, Boston 1992 and 15 other conferences.

Collisional lifetimes and impact statistics of near-Earth asteroids, at Hazards Due to Comets and Asteroids Conference, Tucson 1993, W.F. Bottke et al.

Numerical simulation of Proto-Neptune formation. Neptune and Triton Conference, Tucson, 1992, R.A. Kolvoord and R. Greenberg.

Incipient runaway growth of planets: Critical physical processes. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XXIII, 1992, R.A. Kolvoord and R. Greenberg.

The Galileo SSI experiment at Gaspra (4 abstracts). Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XXIII, 1992, The Galileo Imaging Team.

Image processing for teaching (2 abstracts). Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XXIII, 1992, the IPT team.

Mapping arrival geometries for "beams" of small particles approaching a planet. DPS meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 23, 1225, 1991, W. Bottke et al.

New orbital elements useful for predicting a particle's behavior upon encounter with a planet. DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 23, 1225, 1991, R. Greenberg et al.

Effect of stochastic variations on the size distribution of bodies impacting the Earth. DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 23, 1155, 1991, M.C. Nolan and R. Greenberg.

Delivery of meteorites from the asteroid belt. ACM '91 Conference on Asteroids, Comets and Meteorites, 1991, M.C. Nolan and R. Greenberg.

Delivery of meteorites from the asteroid belt. Meteoritical Soc. Meeting, Meteoritics 26, 380, 1991, M.C. Nolan and R. Greenberg.

Galileo imaging results (4 abstracts). DPS Meeting 1991, Galileo Imaging Team.

Galileo imaging results (2 abstracts). Fall AGU Meeting 1991, Galileo Imaging Team.

Sky distributions of Oort cloud comets during and outside of showers. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XXII, 1991, J. Heisler-Indik et al.

A reexamination of early numerical simulations of planetary accretion. Lunar and Planet. Sci. XXII, 1991, R.A. Kolvoord and R. Greenberg.

The Galileo solid-state imaging experiment and performance of the camera at Earth-Moon encounter 1. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XXII, 1991, M. Belton et al.

Crustal heterogeneity of the moon viewed from the Galileo SSI camera: Lunar sample calibrations and compositional implications. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XXII, 1991, C.M. Pieters et al.

Orientale and South Pole-Aitken basins: preliminary Galileo imaging results. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XXII, 1991, J.W. Head et al.

Lunar Maria and related deposits: preliminary Galileo imaging results. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XXII, 1991, R. Greeley et al.

Dynamical relationships of near-Earth asteroids to main-belt asteroids. Invited review at Conference on Resources of Near-Earth Space, Tucson, Jan. 1991, R. Greenberg and M. Nolan.

Planetary image processing on micro-computers. Amer. Assoc. Adv. Sci. Meeting, Feb. 1991, R. Strom et al.

Planetary accretion rates: Analytic formulae confirmed by a variety of numerical simulations. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XXI, 1990, R. Greenberg and W.F. Bottke.

Mapping effects of distant perturbations on particle-planet encounters. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XXI, 1990, W.F. Bottke et al.

Science teacher education in a research-oriented university. AACTE Meeting, Chicago 1990.

Education of science teachers in a large research-oriented university: A case study. Assoc. Educ. Teachers of Sci./NSTA Meeting, Atlanta 1990.

Planetary accretion rates: Comparison of analytic and numerical evaluations. Protostars and Planets III, Tucson, 1990, R. Greenberg and W.F. Bottke.

Stochastic collisional evolution of asteroids. Meteoritics, 25, 393, 1990, Michael C. Nolan and Richard Greenberg.

Imaging of Venus from Galileo: Early results. DPS Meeting, Charlottesville, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 22, 1050, 1990, P. Gierasch et al.

Analytic evaluations of planetary accretion rates. DPS Meeting, Charlottesville, Bull. Amer Astron. Soc., 22, 1081, 1990, R. Greenberg and W. Bottke.

Asteroids arriving at Earth: Stochastic variations in the meteorite population. DPS Meeting, Charlottesville, Bull Amer Astron. Soc., 22, 1125, 1990, M.C. Nolan and R. Greenberg.

Image processing in the classroom. Arizona Science Teacher Association Meeting, Oct. 1990, R. Greenberg and K. Johnson.

University researchers and earth science teachers: Opportunities for collaboration. Invited presentation at Arizona Science Teacher Association Meeting, Oct. 1990.

Image processing for teaching. Invited presentation at Workshop of Hands-on Astronomy for Education, Nov. 1990.

Stochastic evolution of asteroids en route to Earth. DPS Meeting, Providence, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 21, 964, 1989, M.C. Nolan and R. Greenberg.

Stochastic evolution of asteroids to produce the ordinary chondrites. Meteoritical Society Meeting 1989, Meteoritics 24, 310, 1989, M.C. Nolan and R. Greenberg.

The viscosity formula for a uniform planetary ring also applies if optical thickness varies radially. DPS Meeting, Providence, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 21, 931, 1989, G.W. Ojakangas and R. Greenberg.

Orbital acceleration of galilean satellites. DPS Meeting, 1988, Austin, Texas.

Viscosity and mass transport in keplerian disks with radial gradients in surface density. DPS Meeting, 1988, Austin, Texas, G.W. Ojakangas and R. Greenberg.

Miranda. Invited review at Uranus Conference, July 1, 1988, Pasadena.

Formation of stony-iron meteorites: Laboratory simulations. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XIX, 911-912, 1988. B. Pavri et al.

Gravitational focussing during planetary encounters. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XIX, 1211-1212, 1988. G.B. Valsecchi et al.

Planetesimal collision rates: Transition from random to keplerian approaches. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XIX, 425-426, 1988. R. Greenberg et al.

Asteroid regoliths. At Asteroids II Conference, Tucson, March, 1988. T. Swindle et al.

Dust bands in the asteroid belt. At Asteroids II Conference, Tucson, March, 1988. M. Sykes et al.

Delivery of asteroids and meteorites to the inner solar system. At Asteroids II Conference, Tucson, March, 1988. R. Greenberg et al.

Observations of the 8 December 1987 occultation by 324 Bamberga. At Asteroids II Conference, Tucson, March, 1988. R.L. Millis et al.

The mysterious case of 532 Herculina. At Asteroids II Conference, Tucson, March, 1988. J. Drummond et al.

Cycloidal ridges on Europa: Analogs to Earth's island arcs. AAS/DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 19, 860, 1987, M. Nolan and R. Greenberg.

Warming of Miranda during chaotic rotation. AAS/DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 19, 820, 1987, R. Marcialis and R. Greenberg.

Simulation of pallasite and mesosiderite formation mechanisms. AAS/DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 19, 841, 1987, B. Pavri et al.

Particle properties and the structure of planetary rings. AAS/DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 19, 892, 1987.

Viscosity of planetary rings. AAS/Div. Dyn. Astron. Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc. 19, 913, 1987.

Time-varying orbits and tidal heating of the galilean satellites. Invited review for the International Workshop on Time-Variable Phenomena in the Jovian System, Flagstaff, Arizona, August 1987.

Viscosity and the physical properties of particles. Invited presentation at workshop Kinetic Theories for Planetary Rings, Cornell Univ., May 1987.

Planetary accretion. Invited review at Origin and Evolution of Planetary Atmospheres Conference, Tucson, March 1987.

Incipient runaway growth of planetesimals. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XVIII, 362-363, 1987, R. Greenberg and B. Rizk.

Outcomes of gravitational encounters of a planetesimal with a planetary embryo. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XVIII, 159-160, 1987, A. Carusi, R. Greenberg, and G.B. Valsecchi.
Are the galilean satellites evolving away from resonance? DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 18, 761, 1986.

Outcome of planetary close encounters: Validity of the two-body approximation. DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 18, 776-777, 1986, A. Carusi, G.B. Valsecchi, and R. Greenberg.

Collisional behavior and the evolution of planetary rings. DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 18, 779, 1986, D. Spaute and R. Greenberg.

Photometry of large rapidly rotating main-belt asteroids. DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 18, 796, 1986, C.R. Chapman et al.

Two-body models for planetary encounters. Lunar & Planet. Sci. Conference XVII, 287-288, 1986 (with A. Carusi and G.B. Valsecchi).

Orbital energy flow in Io, Europa, and Ganymede. AAS/DDA Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 18, 838, 1986, with S.J. Goldstein and K.C. Jacobs.

Viscosity in planetary rings.  Conference on Dynamique des Disques et Anneaux Planetaires, Aussois, France, 1985.

Photometric geodesy of asteroids: The data base. DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 17, 919, 1985, D.R. Davis, C.R. Chapman, S.J. Weidenschilling, R. Greenberg and D. Levy.

Evolution paths for the galilean satellites. DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 17, 921-922, 1985.

Analysis of zodiacal dust bands in the IRAS sky survey. DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 17,   704, 1985.  M.V. Sykes, R. Greenberg, D.M. Hunten, and F.J. Low.

An integrated dynamical and geochemical approach to lunar origin modelling. Conference on Origin of the Moon, 1984, R. Greenberg and the Tucson Lunar Origin Consortium.

A circumterrestrial compositional filter. Conference on Origin of the Moon, 1984, C.R. Chapman and R. Greenberg.

Asteroid collision history. DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 16, 697, 1984, D.R. Davis, C.R. Chapman, S.J. Weidenschilling, R. Greenberg.

Numerology or not?  Jovian ring features are near resonances.  DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 16, 674, 1984, J.A. Burns, L.E. Schaffer, R. Greenberg, M.R. Showalter.

Stability of the Laplace Relation in deep resonance. DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 16, 687, 1984.

Formation of the zodiacal dust bands in the asteroid belt. DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 16, 690, 1984.  M.V. Sykes, R. Greenberg and D.M. Hunten.

Late stage planetesimals: How big?  Presented at 1985 Terrestrial Planets Conference in Pasadena with D.R. Davis, C.R. Chapman and S.J. Weidenschilling.

Origin of comets among the accreting outer planets.  Invited review, IAU Colloquium #83, Rome, 1984.

Questions about Mercury's role in comparative planetary geophysics. Presented at Terrestrial Planets Conference in Pasadena, 1985.  C.R. Chapman, S.J. Weidenschilling, D.R. Davis, and R. Greenberg.

Asteroid collisional evolution studies (abstract). Lunar Planet. Sci. Conference XV, 1984 (with D.R. Davis, C.R. Chapman, and S.J. Weidenschilling).

Photometric geodesy of asteroids:  More lightcurves (abstract). Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 15, 829, 1983 (with C.R. Chapman, D.R. Davis, and S.J. Weidenschilling).

Photometric geodesy of asteroids: More lightcurves (abstract). DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 15, 829, 1983.  C.R. Chapman et al.

Conditions for spontaneous escape from Saturn ring particles. DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 15, 812, 1983 (with D.R. Davis, C.R. Chapman, and S.J. Weidenschilling).

Dynamic ephemeral bodies of Saturn's rings. DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 15, 812-813, 1983 (with D.R. Davis, S.J. Weidenschilling, and C.R. Chapman).

Tidal effects on Saturn ring particles:  Implications for ring evolution (extended abstract). Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XIV, 95-96, 1983 (with C.R. Chapman, D.R. Davis, and S.J. Weidenschilling).

Asteroid collisions:  Effective body strength and efficiency of catastrophic disruption (extended abstract). Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XIV, 146-147, 1983 (with D.R. Davis, C.R. Chapman, and S.J. Weidenschilling).

The origin of comets:  Icy residue of planet growth (extended abstract). Lunar and Planet. Sci. XIV, 263-264, 1983 (with S.J. Weidenschilling, C.R. Chapman, and D.R. Davis).

Apollo asteroids:  Relationships to main-belt asteroids and meteorites (abstract). Meteoritics 17, 193, 1982 (with C.R. Chapman, D.R. Davis, and R. Greenberg).

Initial sizes of planetesimals (abstract). DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 14, 717, 1982 (with S.J. Weidenschilling).

Formation of comets among the outer planets (abstract). DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 14, 717, 1982.

Hirayama families (abstract). DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 14, 720, 1982 (with D.R. Davis, C.R. Chapman, and S.J. Weidenschilling).

Photometric geodesy of asteroids (abstract). DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 14, 728, 1982 (with C.R. Chapman, D.R. Davis, and S.J. Weidenschilling).

Formation and collisional evolution of small bodies:  Effects of two-material systems on large-scale geologic structure (extended abstract). Reports of Planetary Geology Program 1981, NASA Tech. Memo. 84211, 1982 (with D.R. Davis, C.R. Chapman, and S.J. Weidenschilling).

Mercury's history revisited (extended abstract). Reports of Planetary Geology Program 1981, NASA Tech. Memo. 84211, 1982 (with M.A. Leake, C.R. Chapman, D.R. Davis, and S.J. Weidenschilling).

Meteorites from the asteroid belt: Provenance and providence (extended abstract). Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XIII, 281, 1982.

Planetary formation sites. Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XIII, 805, 1982, M. Torbett, R. Smoluchowski, R. Greenberg.

Origin and derivation of stony-iron meteorites (abstract). Meteoritics 16, 320, 1981 (with C.R. Chapman).

Oblique impacts and asteroidal structure (extended abstract). Reports of Planetary Geology Program 1980, NASA TM 82385, 1981 (with C.R. Chapman, S.J. Weidenschilling, and D.R. Davis).

Meteorites from the asteroid belt: The stony-iron connection (extended abstract). Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XII, 129-131, 1981 (with C.R. Chapman).

Planetesimal growth: Comparison of numerical and analytical models (abstract). Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 12, 707, 1980 (with S.J. Weidenschilling).

On the Q of Jupiter (abstract). Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XI, 871-873, 1980 (with S.J. Peale).

Dynamics of Jupiter's satellites.  An invited review at Satellites of Jupiter Conference, IAU Colloquium 57, 1980.

Numerical simulation of planet growth: Early runaway growth (extended abstract). Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference XI, 365-367, 1980.

Asteroidal collisions and evolution. Reports of Planetary Geology Program 1979 (extended abstract). NASA TM 81776, 1980 (with C.R. Chapman, D.R. Davis, and S.J. Weidenschilling).

Dynamical studies of Phobos and Deimos: Groove origin and ejecta dynamics (extended abstract). Reports of Planetary Geology Program 1979, NASA TM 81776, 1980 (with S.J. Weidenschilling, C.R. Chapman, D.R. Davis, and K.R.
Housen).

Early runaway growth of planets (abstract). DPS Meeting, Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 11, 552, 1979.

A comparison of regolith evolution on asteroids and the Moon. In Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference X (extended abstract), 579-581, 1979 (with C.R. Chapman, K.R. Housen, and L.L. Wilkening).

Asteroids collisions and evolution (extended abstract). Reports of Planetary Geology Program 1978, NASA TM 80339, 1979 (with C.R. Chapman, D.R. Davis, and J.F. Wacker).

Growth of planets from planetesimals (extended abstract). Lunar and Planet. Sci. Conference IX, 413-415, 1978 (with C.R. Chapman, W.K. Hartmann, and J.F. Wacker).

Asteroids as geologic materials (extended abstract). Reports of Planetary Geology Program 1977-1978, NASA TM 79729, 25-27, 1978 (with C.R. Chapman, D.R. Davis, and J.F. Wacker).

Regolith evolution on small bodies (extended abstract). Lunar and Planet.Sci. Conference IX, 546-548, 1978 (with K.R. Housen, L.L. Wilkening, and C.R. Chapman).

Astrophysical implications of numerical simulations of planet formation (abstract). Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 9, 545, 1977 (with W.K. Hartmann, J.F. Wacker, and C.R. Chapman).

Planetesimals to planets: A simulation of collisional evolution (abstract). Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 9, 544, 1977 (with J.F. Wacker, W.K. Hartmann, and C.R. Chapman).

Clearing gaps and divisions in belts and rings (abstract). Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 9, 520, 1977.

Regolith evolution on small bodies (abstract). Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 9, 504, 1977 (with K.R. Housen, L.L. Wilkening, and C.R. Chapman).

Asteroid fragmentation processes and collisional evolution. Reports of Planetary Geology Program 1976-1977, 1977.

Long-term stability of solar storage orbits. Astrodynamics Conference, Jackson Hole, Wyoming, 1977.

Orbital resonances in the planet-building process (abstract). Lunar Science VIII, 374, 1977 (with W.K. Hartmann and C.R. Chapman).

Collisional and dynamic processes in planet formation (abstract). Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 9,
460, 1977 (with W.K. Hartmann, D.R. Davis, C.R. Chapman, and J.F. Wacker).

Impact strength: A fundamental parameter of collisional evolution (abstract). Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 9, 455, 1977 (with W.K. Hartmann).

Dynamics of Cassini's division in Saturn's rings (abstract). Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 8, 462, 1977.

The location of Cassini's division in Saturn's rings (abstract). Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 8, 433, 1976.

A new constraint on the Uranian satellites' masses (abstract). Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 8, 292, 1976.

Dynamics of the Uranus system. Invited presentation at AGU Uranus Symposium, Washington, June 1975.

Miranda: Her eccentricity and inclination. Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 6, 206, 1974 (with E. A. Whitaker).

Constraints on Saturn's Q from satellite orbit theory (abstract). Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 5, 289, 1973.

 

BOOK REVIEWS BY RICHARD GREENBERG

 

Europa, R. Pappalardo et al., eds., Univ. Arizona Press, reviewed in Meteoritics and Planetary Science, 2011.

“Near Earth Objects, Our Celestial Neighbors: Opportunity and Risk”, Proceedings of IAU Symposium 236, reviewed in Earth, Moon, and Planets 105, 57-59, 2009.

Rock Star, a review of The Rock from Mars, by K. Sawyer, in American Scientist 94, 375-376, 2006.

"Celestial Mechanics: A Computational Guide for the Practitioner," L.G. Taff, in Icarus 69, 1985.

"Origin of the Earth and Moon," A.E. Ringwood, in Astrophys. Ltrs., 1981.
 
"Orbital Motion," A.E. Roy, in Icarus 29, 1979.

"Interplanetary Encounters," E.J. Opik, in Icarus 35, 1978.

 

EDITORIAL RESPONSIBILITIES

Associate Editor, Icarus, 1980-present.

Associate Editor, Proceedings Lunar and Planetary Conf., 1978-1980.

Editor, Planetary Rings, University of Arizona Press, Space Science Series, 1984.

Editorial Advisor, Reference Encyclopedia of Astronomy and Astrophysics, Van Nostrand          Reinhold, 1991.