Atmospheric structure and composition: Pluto and Charon
R. V. Yelle and J. L. Elliot, in Pluto and Charon, University of Arizona Press, Tucson AZ, 1996.
Volatile Transport and Lower Atmospheric Structure on Triton
R. V. Yelle, J. I. Lunine, R. H. Brown, and J. Pollack, in Neptune and Triton, University of Arizona Press, D. Cruikshank ed., Tucson AZ, 1996.
A model for the overabundance of methane in Pluto's atmosphere
J. A. Stansberry, J. R. Spencer, B. Schmitt, A. Benchkoura, R. V. Yelle, and J. I. Lunine, Planetary and Space Science, 44, 1051-1063, 1996.
J. A. Stansberry, W. B. Hubbard, J. I. Lunine, R. V. Yelle, and D. M. Hunten, Icarus, 111, 503-513, 1994.
The occultation of 28 Sgr by Titan
W. B. Hubbard et al.Astronomy and Astrophysics, 269, 541-563, 1992.
Energy coupling between Triton's surface and atmosphere
J. A. Stansberry, R. V. Yelle and J. I. LunineIcarus, 99, 242, 1992.
On the temperature of Triton's thermosphere
M. Stevens, D. F. Strobel, M. Summers, and R. V. YelleGeophys. Res. Letts., 19, 669, 1992.
The effect of surface roughness on Triton's volatile distribution
R. V. YelleScience, 255, 1553, 1992.
Energy balance and plume dynamics in Triton's lower atmosphere
R. V. Yelle, J. I. Lunine and D. M. HuntenIcarus, 89, 347, 1991.
Non-isothermal Pluto atmosphere models
W. B. Hubbard, R. V. Yelle and J. I. Lunine, Icarus, 84, 1, 1989.
Evidence for a Molecule Heavier than Methane in the Atmosphere of Pluto
R. V. Yelle and J. I. Lunine, Nature, 339, 288-291, 1989.
Ultraviolet spectrometer observations of Neptune and Triton
A. L. Broadfoot et al., Science, 246, 1459, 1989.