Publications

English Published material that has appeared in print.

  • R.R. Chau, A.A. Mardon. LUNAR CAVING AND LAVA TUBES. International Scientific Workshop on Golden Spike Human Lunar Expeditions, October 3–4, 2013.
  • R.R. Chau, A.A. Mardon. USING THE MOON AS A STEPPING STONE TO REACH MARS. International Scientific Workshop on Golden Spike Human Lunar Expeditions, October 3–4, 2013.
  • R. R. Chau, A. A. Mardon. Comet of Year 677 AD in English Medieval History. 76th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, August 1, 2013.
  • R. R. Chau, A.A. Mardon. One of the First Recorded Sightings of a Comet in 541 AD in English Medieval History. 76th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, August 1, 2013.
  • R. R. Chau, A.A. Mardon. First Sighting of a Comet in 497 AD Recorded in English Medieval History. 76th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society, August 1, 2013.
  • R. R. Chau, A. A. Mardon. COMET OF YEAR 677 AD IN ENGLISH MEDIEVAL HISTORY. Planetary and Space Science. (Not Published)
  • Ernest George Mardon and Austin Mardon in collaboration with Elizabeth Hulge, “Broadus, Edmund Kemper” (1876-1936), Dictionary of Canadian Biography Online/Dictionnaire biographique du Canada en ligne (forthcoming). October 7, 2010. [Link] http://www.biographe.ca
  • Austin Mardon. “Flood brings a tidal wave of realizations: A burst pipe, followed by months of renovation trigger physical dilemmas only prayer can help.” Western Catholic Reporter. September 27, 2010, page 14.
  • Katarina Bogojevic & Austin Mardon. “An outsider’s view of schizophrenia.:” Lethbridge Herald. September 25, 2010, page A6.
  • Austin Mardon & Katarina Bogojevic. “Schizophrenia a disease – but is not a person.” Red Deer Advocate. September 25, 2010, page A-7. [Link] ADVN100925_A07.PDF
  • Austin Mardon & Justin Selner. “My journey into schizophrenia.” Fort McMurray Today, September 25, 2010, page 11.
  • Austin Mardon & Justin Selner. “Possible to live ‘normal’ life with schizophrenia: Social stigma slowly fades as curiosity about how we cope grows.” Edmonton Journal, September 24, 2010, page A17.
  • Austin Mardon & Andrea Tombrowski. “Learning to Live with Less: Quality trumps quantity for those who downsize to a simpler life.” Edmonton Journal, September 18, 2010, J1-J2.
  • A Mardon & G Zhou. “Lava tunnels on Moon would provide perfect shelter for humans.” Edmonton Journal, August 30, 2010, page 16.
  • Catherine Mardon & Austin Mardon. “Rappeling techniques in Low Gravity on the Moon in a spacesuit.” The Tomo Times. Wellington: New Zealand, Number 182, August 13, 2010, page 6.
  • A Mardon & E Mardon. “The unconfirmed Aztec comet of 1509 AD examined and societal reaction to it.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2010. March 2010, Houston, Texas [Link] LPSC Aztec Comet October 2009.pdf
  • Austin Mardon, S Ximenes, G. Baiden, G.R. Osinski, N. Ghafoor, O. Gurtana, A. Prévolt, M. G. Daly. “Lava tube analog mission for Lunar science and human performance studies.” Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2010, Houston, USA, March 2010. [Link] XArc_LPSC Abstract.pdf
  • Catherine Mardon & Austin Mardon. “Rappeling techniques in Low Gravity on the Moon in a spacesuit.” The Tomo Times. Wellington: New Zealand, Number 182, August 13, 2010, page 6.
  • Austin Mardon. “Homelessness the worst fear: Many mentally ill people cannot afford housing.” Edmonton Journal. January 2, 2010, page A-17.
  • A Mardon in Mardon. “Speak out: Keep Alberta Hospital beds open Closing them shoves the vulnerable mentally ill out onto the streets, into jail cells, homeless shelters.” Western Catholic Reporter, October 12, 2009. [Link] http://www.wcr.ab.ca/news/2009/1012/mardon101209.shtml
  • A. Mardon. “Bed closures sent ‘chill through my bones.” Edmonton Journal. August 24, pages 1-15. 2009. [Link] 08-24-2009 Bed closures.pdf
  • Austin Mardon and coauthors. “Next Steps in Mars Polar Science.” NASA Dedecal Survey white paper. Washington, DC, 2009.
  • Austin Mardon. “Marriage overcomes barriers erected by family, friends. Holy Spirit brings unlikely couple together from across a continent.” Western Catholic Reporter. June 18, 2009, page 21. [Link] love_story2.htm
  • Austin Mardon. “Living in fear of drug changes.” Calgary Herald. A-15, June 15, 2009. [Link] drug_changes1.htm
  • A. Mardon. “The Challenges of Schizophrenia.” Lethbridge Herald. May 29, 2009 page A-6. [Link] Lth052909-A06.pdf
  • Austin Mardon. “A near-normal love story: Austin and Catherine Mardon’s marriage defied distance, disability and disbelief of friends and family” Edmonton Journal. May 23, 2009. Lifestyle Section(E). [Link] love_story1.htm
  • Austin Mardon. “A Slow Ascent back to Sanity: Living with Schizophrenia.” Mental Notes. Spring 2009, page 17-18. [Link] MNSP09Pg17-19.pdf
  • Austin Mardon. “Faith and science can be complimentary medicine.” Western Catholic Reporter. January 26, 2009.
  • A. Mardon “Heavenly pursuits: Lloydminster meteorite affirms civilization’s fascination with space objects and rekindles memories of a search in Antarctica’s blue ice fields” Edmonton Journal December 10, 2008, A17. [Link] antarctica_meteorites1.htm
  • “Science and religion have co-existed throughout the ages.” Western Catholic Reporter. September 15, 2008, page 15. [Link] sciencereligion1.htm
  • “Canada needs own medal to honour citizens’ service in Far North.” The Edmonton Journal, September 11, 2008, page A19. [Link] medalnorth1.htm
  • “Serious mental illness demands full arsenal of treatment options” Lethbridge Herald. May 17th, page A6. [Link] Lth051708-A06.pdf
  • “All approved drugs for mental health should be available: Provinces vary in what medications they choose to permit.” The Edmonton Journal. May 12, 2008 page A14. [Link] available1.htm
  • “Brick’s won’t help homelessness.” The Lethbridge Herald. March 5th, 2008, page A6. [Link] Lth030508-A06.pdf
  • “Approving drugs can alleviate suffering.” The Edmonton Journal. Feb 13, 2008, page A16 [Link] approve1.htm
  • A. Mardon. “Applying for the RDSP.” Open Minds. February, 2008 page4 [Link] apply_rdsp1.htm
  • “No simple solutions to homeless problem: Building more affordable housing on it’s own not enough. Society must also address the mental-health of the disadvantaged.” The Edmonton Journal. November 28, 2007, page A16. [Link] nosimplesolution.pdf
  • A. Mardon & C. Mardon, “Distance Learning as a gateway for the mentally ill to improve job qualifications.” The Advocate: Alberta College of Social Workers. Fall 2007, page 18-19. [Link] Distance Learning article.pdf
  • Co-authored with Al Timchenko & JA Greenspon. “New approach in the problem of subsurface objects detection using remote sensing technique. Advances in Space Research: Remote Sensing of Oceanographic Processes and Land Surfaces; Space Science Education and Outreach. Volume 38, Issue 10, 2006, pages 2218-2222. [Link] abstract1.htm
  • “The Use of Geographic Remote Sensing, Mapping, and Aerial Photography to Aid the Recovery of Blue Ice Surficial Meteorites in the Antarctic.” Pacific Journal of Science and Technology. Volume 5, Number 2, October 2004 [Link] http://akamainuniversity.us/PJST5_2_83.pdf
  • Austin Mardon. “One short story of incompetence and political history: A book review of Political Asylums by Ron La Jeanesse.” Community Action, January 20, 2003.
  • Co-authored with J Greenspon. “Developing a First Generation Space Tower Technology: An Available Technology, A Needed Power System.” Pacific Journal of Science and Technology. Volume 2, Number 1, June 2001.
  • “The Ecology of Medieval English Monasteries.” Pacific Journal of Science and Technology. Volume 2, Number 1, June 2001.
  • *”International websites for immediate access to launch info to prevent accidental nuclear war.” COSPAR: Information Bulletin. Letter to the Editor, December, 1998
  • *”The Use of Russian Strategic Radar Systems to detect infalling meteorites for the purpose of recovering meteorites. Meteor News. Spring 1997, page 3.
  • *”Why the moons of Mars should be swiss cheese. Spaceflight. Volume 39, January 1997.
  • *”Meteorite Recovery.” Science. Volume 274, Number 5286, October 18, 1996, page 329.
  • Alberta Electoral Boundaries changes submission and published in Alberta Electoral Boundaries Commission 1995-1996 Edmonton, Alberta November 1995.
  • *”A proposal for a series of well organized and properly equipped scientific expeditions to the Antarctic by the Canadian Scientific and Academic Community.” Polar Times. Fall-Winter 1995, pages 22-23.
  • *”Teaching Place-Names within the Cognitive Psychology Model.” Educational . Resources Clearinghouse (ERIC) Microfilm publication. 1992, ED336336
  • *”Birthing into Space.” The Quest: A quarterly journal of Philosophy, Science, Religion and the Arts. Wheaton, Illinois, Spring, 1992, page 43-46.
  • “The Lacombe Meteorite Hunt.” Co-author, Meteor News Late Fall 1990.
  • *”Noctilucent Clouds – A Meteoritic Origin,” Meteors, December, 1990.
  • *”Mining Potential of Asteroid Belt: Two economic powers already investigating.” Canadian Mining Journal. Co-author with T. Kryzanowski. April, 1990, page 43.
  • *”-100 Farenheit has a purifying effect. Western People. Co-author with T. Kryzanowski.. 1989, pages 4-5.
  • *”Canadian Geography Lesson Plan.” Educational Resources Clearinghouse (ERIC) in Microfilm publication December 1989.
  • *”Scope and Sequence Document for Canadian Geography.” Educational Resources Clearinghouse (ERIC) in Microfilm publication December 1989.
  • *”Photography for Meteorite Recovery”. Meteor News. Number 78, July 1988
  • *”1986-1987 Antarctic Meteorite Program.” Meteor News. Number 80, January 1988, page 4.
  • *”The Use of Low Level Aerial Photography to Detect Surficial Blue Ice Meteorites.” The Explorers Journal. September 1987, page 41.
  • *”Meteorite”. Meteor News. Published by the ‘American Meteor Society’, Number 76, January 1987, page 3.

* List of presentations at international conferences (inclusive of detailed information)

    • A.A. Mardon “Use of Lunar Lava Tubes as Habitation Structures on the Moon.” 2009 Annual Meeting of Lunar Exploration Analysis Group. Houston, Texas, USA, November 16-19, 2009. [Link] LEAG 2010 pdf Lava tubes on Moon sept.pdf
    • A. Mardon, G. Zhou, R. Hale. “World consumptions trends and space mineral resource utilization.” Print only publication. Ukranian Space Conference 2009. Ukraine, 2009 [Link] Asteroid belt mineral resources June 2009.pdf
    • A. Mardon. G Zhou & C Mardon. “Growing Older with Schizophrenia: The personal story of Austin Mardon.” Graying Nation Conference 2009: Keeping Ahead of the Wave. June 10-12, 2009 Shaw Conference Centre, Edmonton, Alberta, Canada. [Link] Poster_Mardon_V2.pdf
    • Co-author C Mardon “The 536 A.D. Dust veil: Was this an impact that destroyed civilizations?” 1st IAA Planetary Defense Protecting Earth from Asteroids Conference. 27 – 30 April 2009, Granada, Spain [Link] planetarydefense1.htm
    • Mardon, A. A. Mardon, C.A. , & Rybicki, G. “Community education models of community education in Alberta to fight the stigma of mental illness.” Alberta Mental Health Research Showcase, Banff, Alberta, Canada, November 19-21, 2008. in press. [Link] COMMUNITY.pdf
    • Mardon, A. A., Mardon, C. A., & Ribicki, G. “Survey on perception by family members and consumer of mental health public education in Edmonton.” Alberta Mental Health Research Showcase, Banf, Alberta, Canada, November 19-21, 2008. in press.
    • Coauthors Rybicki, G. & Mardon, C. A. “Perception of Dual Recovery Anonymous among 12 Step members in Edmonton” Alberta Mental Health Research Showcase, Banff, Alberta, Canada, November 19-21, 2008. in press.
    • A. Mardon “A potential large impact in 536 AD. “Cosmic Cataqclysms and life Conference ESLA 10-14 November 2008, ESRIN, Frascati, Italy. [Link] cosmiccat1.htm
    • Co-author C Mardon. “The use of Lunar Lava Tubes as emergency shelters and supply depots.” Lunar Exploration Analysis Group (LEAG) International Lunar Conference 2008, the ICEUM ILEWG Conference on Exploration and Utilization of the Moon. & the Space Resources Roundtable (SRR X), October 28-31, 2008, Radisson Resort at the Port, Cape Canaveral, Florida, USA. [Link]http://www.lpi.usra.edu/leag
    • Co-Author A Zeoli. “The potential existence of analogue meteorite placers in formerly glaciated regions of Russia when compared to Antarctic meteorite placers.” The 48th Vernadsky-Brown Microsymposium on Comparative Planetology, October 20-22, 2008 Vernadsky Institute, Moscow, Russia.
    • Rejected Co-Author C Mardon & K Nichol. “Who pays for space junk?” 59th International Astronautical Congress 2008: 51st INTERNATIONAL COLLOQUIUM ON THE LAW OF OUTER SPACE (IISL) (E8.): Private International Law Regarding Space Activities (1.). Glascow, Scotland, October 2008. Paper ID: 1522. [Link] IAF_Glascow_2008_Space_junk_and_Law.pdf
    • Co-Authored with C Mardon. “Comet references by the Venerable Bede in Historia Ecclesiastica Observed in 678 C.E. and 729 C.E., Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society. Matsue, Japan, July 28th-August 1, 2008.
    • “Manito Stone: Native Cree beliefs of the Iron Creek Alberta, Canada iron meteorite.” 71st Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society. Matsue, Japan, July 28-August 1, 2008.
    • Rejected Co-Author with C. Mardon. “Tears of Saint Lawrence an Example of Medieval European Knowledge of the Periodicity of Perseids Meteor Shower”, Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society. Matsue, Japan, July 28-August 1, 2008.
    • “Differences in meteor flux rates in outer solar system planetary bodies as compared with inner solar system bodies.” Dynamics of Solar System Bodies. Tomsk, Russia, July 27-August 1, 2008, page 49.
    • “Bodes Law correlation with center bodies mass in large Outer Solar System bodies like Saturn”; Saturn After Cassini-Huygens. Imperial College London, UK, July 1 – August 2008.
    • Co-Author with C Mardon and K Nichol. “The reduction and treatment of serious mental illness during long duration space mission.” 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly 2008: Life Sciences as Related to Space(F): Psychological Issues Related to Long Duration Space Missions (F53). Montreal, Quebec, Canada July 2008. [Link] COSPAR_2008_Mental_Illness_and_Long_space_missions.pdf
    • Co-Author C Mardon and K Nichol. “The use of inflight online distance education for mission support and psychological support.” 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly 2008: Space Studies of the Earth-Moon System, Planets, and Small Bodies of the Solar System(B): The Moon: Science, New Results, Ongoing Missions, Future Robotic and Human Exploration(B01). Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 2008. [Link] COSPAR_2008_Online_education_and_space_flight.pdf
    • Co-Author C Mardon and K Nichol. “Lunar Lava Tubes as prepared emergency shelters.” 37th COSPAR Scientific Assembly 2008: Space Studies of the Earth-Moon System, Planets, and Small Bodies of the Solar System (B): The Moon: Science, New Results, Ongoing Missions, Future Robotic and Human Exploration (B01). Montreal, Quebec, Canada, July 2008. [Link] COSPAR_2008_Lunar_Lava_tube_as_emergency_shelter.pdf
    • “Differences in meteor flux rates in Outer Solar System planetary bodies as compared with Inner Solar System Bodies.” Dynamics of Solar System Bodies, Tomsk State University, Tomsk, Siberia, Russia, July 27-31, 2008.
    • Co-Authored with C Mardon. “The use of Lunar Lava tubes as emergency storage and habitation during future human activity on the Lunar surface.” NLSI Lunar Science Conference. NASA Ames Research Station, July 20-23, 2008.
    • “Noctilucent Clouds as Multiplanetary Phenomena and Interaction with Solar Wind.” Chapman Conference on the Solar Wind Interaction with Mars. American Geophysical Union, San Diego, California, USA, January 22-25, 2008. [Link] noctilucent.htm
    • “Meteor Flux rates in the Outer Solar System.” Livinhg with a Star Science Workshop towards the Earth. September 10-13, 2007, Boulder Colorado [Link] meteor_flux.htm
    • Co-Author “The potential existence of analogue Pleistocene meteorite placers in formerly glaciated regions of Russia when compared to Antarctic meteorite placers. 70th Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting, Tucson Arizona August 2007, abstract # 5216. [Link] 5216.pdf
    • Co-Author “Documentary evidence for the apparition of a comet in late 593 and early 594 A.D.” Lunar and Planetary Space Conference XXXVIII(2007), Houston, Texas March 2007, abstract # 1184. [Link] 1184.pdf
    • Authored “Lunar Lava Tubes: An analogue for martian lava tubes: Resource that should be mapped today for use as habitation structures when we go back to the Moon” Seventh International Conference on Mars, Pasedena, California, 2007, abstract # 3011. [Link] 3011.pdf
    • Authored “Martian lava tubes: A resource that should be mapped today for use as habitation structures when we go to Mars” Seventh International Conference on Mars, Pasedena, California, 2007, abstract # 3012. [Link] 3012.pdf
    • Co-Author “Planetary waves as a transport medium of European Noctilucent clouds after the Tunguska event of 1908.” 70th Annual Meteoritical Society meeting, Tucson Arizona, abstract # 5202. [Link] 5202.pdf
    • “Childhood trauma and psychosis: Asking the important questions.” Alberta Mental Health Research Showcase, October 30 – November 1st, 2006, Banff, Alberta, Canada.
    • “The Importance of Meteorite recovery and understanding asteroid geology for inner solar system resource Development.” Spacecraft Reconnaissance of Asteroid and Comet Interiors, October, 2006, Santa Cruz, California.
    • “The potential push and pull of the development and construction of solar power satellites to Earth orbit colonization and Inner Solar System colonization: Asteroids as a source of construction material.” Spacecraft Reconnaissance of Asteroid and Comet Interiors, October, 2006, Santa Cruz, California.
    • “Recovery of Martian Polar Ice Standing Surfaces.” Fourth International Conference on Mars Polar Science and Exploration, October 2-6, 2006, Davos, Switzerland.
    • “The use of third world high school curriculum to recover meteorites, observing meteors and increasing awareness of astronomy.” Global Hands-on Universe Conference, August 7-10, 2006, Observatoire de Haute Provence, Toulouse, France.
    • “Martian Lava Tubes: A Resource that should be mapped today for use as habitation structures when we go to Mars.” Mars Society Conference, Washington, D.C., August 3-6, 2006.
    • “Lunar Lava Tubes: A Resource that should be mapped today for use as habitation structures when we go back to the Moon.” International Lunar Exploration Working Group Conference. July, 2006, Bejing, China.
    • * With co-authors. “The use of geographic remote sensing, mapping and aerial photography to aid the recovery of blue ice surficial meteorites in Antarctic.” Antarctic Meteorite Conference: National Institute of Polar Research, Tokyo, Japan, June, 2006
    • * With co-authors. “The importance of meteorite recovery for inner solar system development.” Antarctic Meteorite Conference: National Institute of Polar Research, Tokyo, Japan, June, 2006.
    • * With co-authors. “The potential push & pull of the development and construction of solar power satellites to Earth orbit colonization and Inner Solar system colonization.” 2nd Hayabusa Symposium. Tokyo, Japan, June, 2006.
    • * The potential of a Chinese Antarctic meteorite recovery program.” 2nd Hayabusa Symposium. Tokyo, Japan, June, 2006.
    • “Distance Learning at the Post Secondary Level: An Opportunity for the Mentally Ill” Alberta Mental Health Research Showcase, Banff, Canada, November 2005. [Link] Showcase_2005_for_PDF.pdf
    • “Co-author J. Greenspon. Robotic Tunnelling for Space Exploration.” LPSC2001, LPI, March 2001.
    • “Unsung Heroes.” World Congress on Mental Health. July, 2000, Vancouver.
    • “Co-Author J. Greenspon. Robotic Tunnelling for Space Exploration.” LPSC2001, LPI, March 2001.
    • Co-Author J. Greenspon. “Tunneling for Mars Exploration” (Var. of title.) Mars Society Meeting, August, Toronto. 2000
    • “Underground tunneling for Lunar base construction.” BO.2 Lunar Exploration: COSPAR, Warsaw, Poland, July 2000. In-absentia-abstract.
    • “Frequent low-yield nuclear detonations to deflect Near-Earth objects”. BO.3. Near Earth Objects Threat mitigation: COSPAR Warsaw, Poland, July 2000. In-absentia-abstract.
    • “Near Earth Object Observation from Argentina.” Co-author with Rene Duffard. 9th UN/USA Workshop on Basic Space Science: Satellites and Networks of Telescopes – Tools for Global Participation in the Study of the Universe. June 27th – 30th, 2000, Toulouse, France, in-absentia.
    • “Potential effects on the climate of Earth by interplanetary dust and small meteorides.” IAU: 181, April 2000, Canterbury, United Kingdom.
    • “Unsung Heroes: An Edmonton self-help group for people with Schizophrenia” Second Annual Best Practises and Mental Health Reform. Proceedings. April 5th – 7th, 2000, Vancouver, B.C., page 90.
    • “Alberta Mental Health Self Help Network: A Provincial Network for Mental Health Consumers” Second Annual Best Practises and Mental Health Reform. Proceedings. April 5th – 7th, 2000, Vancouver, B.C., page 91.
    • “Technological Driver and Mars manned exploration.” Bioastronomy 1999; Proceedings Hawaii, 2000.
    • Co-Author with E. Mardon. “Halley’s Comet as depicted in Giotto’s The Adoration of the Magi Fresco.” Asteroids, Comets, and Metoers 1999. Cornell, New York, July 1999.
    • Co-Author with E. Mardon. “The 1066 A.D. appearance of Halley’s Comet as depicted in the 11th century ‘Bayeux Tapestry’. Asteroids, Comets and Meteors 1999. Cornell, New York, July 1999.
    • Co-Author with E. Mardon. “Pictorial representation of late Aztec comets”. Asteroids, Comets and Meteors 1999. Cornell, New York, July 1999.
    • Coauthor with E. Mardon. “The 1095 A.D. Meteor shower as recorded in the Anglo Saxon Chronicle.” Asteroids, Comets and Meteors 1999. Cornell, New York, July 1999.
    • “Proposal for curriculum for junior high and high school physics / earth sciences classes involving meteor / celestial observations in rural schools.” Asteroids, Comets and Meteors 1999. Cornell, New York, July 1999.
    • Co-Author with E. Mardon. “Contemporary Anglo-Saxon literary confirmation of the 729 A.D. comet” Asteroids, Comets, and Meteors 1999. Cornell, New York, July 1999.
    • “Robotic excavation machine for Lunar exploration.” ESTEC: Workshop on space exploration. Europe, Fall, 1998
    • “Means of cooperation between Japanese Antarctic meteorite recovery program and potential Russian Antarctic meteorite recovery program.” ESO Workshop on Minor Bodies in the Outer Solar System: Abstract Volume. Garching, Germany, November 2 – 5, 1998.
    • “Annual fluctuations of fern-snow cover in meteorite moraine.” ESO Workshop on Minor Bodies in the Outer Solar System: Abstract Volume. Garching, Germany, November 2 – 5, 1998.
    • “Meteor flux rates on planetary bodies: Impacts on planetary formation.” Origin of the Earth and Moon Conference Abstract Volume. Fall, 1998.
    • “Robotic excavation machine for Lunar exploration.” Workshop on Space Exploration & Resource Exploitation (ESA): Abstract Volume. Sardinia, Italy, 20-22 October, 1998.
    • “Robotic tunnel construction on the Moon as first stage structure for manned base.” 3rd Conference on the exploration and utilization of the Moon Abstract Volume. Moscow, Russia, October 11 – 14, 1998.
    • “Inflated structures as Lunar base within lava tubes.” 3rd Conference on the exploration and utilization of the Moon Abstract Volume. Moscow, Russia, October 11 – 14, 1998.
    • “Use of geographic information system for the cartography of the Moon.” 3rdConference on the exploration and utilization of the Moon Abstract Volume. Moscow, Russia, October 11 – 14. 1998.
    • “Meteor showers on Saturn and the outer Soar system.” Saturn before Cassini. Nantes, France, Spring, 1998.
    • “The mystery of the 536 A.D. dust veil event: Was it a cometary or meteorite impact? Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution: Sudbury 1997 Conference Abstract Volume. Sudbury, September 3, 1997.
    • “Importance of Networks among Alberta Politicians.” Sunbelt XVI: International Sunbelt Social Network Conference. Charleston, South Carolina, February 22 – 25, 1996, page 46.
    • “The Two Anglo Saxon Chronicle Meteor Showers of 744 A.D. and 1095 A.D.” Co-authored. Papers presented to the 19th Symposium on Antarctic Meteorites, National Institute for Polar Research, Tokyo. July 1994.
    • “Robotic Tunneling Device for Mars.” Planetary Mobile Vehicles/ ISAIRAS. December, Toulouse, France, December, 1992.
    • “Meteor Flux Rates on Non-Terrestrial Planetary Bodies: Impacts on Planetary Formation.” Planetary Systems: Formation, Evolution and Detection. December 7-10, 1992, Caltech, Pasedena, California.
    • “Fostering International Cooperation in Space Rescue Systems through International Space Law.” International Astronautical Federation: Space Congress 1992. Washington, D.C., September, 1992.
    • “The Use of Russian Strategic Radar Systems to detect infalling meteorites for the purpose of recovering meteorites.” American Society for Photogrammetry and remote sensing/ ACSM/ RT Technical papers. Volume 4 Remote Sensing and Data acquisition. Washington, D.C., August 3 – 8, 1992, pages 466 – 467.
    • “Historical Aerial Photographic Interpretation Errors and their impact on battlefield situations in important battles.” American Society for Photogrammetry and remote sensing/ ACSM/ RT Technical papers. Volume 4 Remote Sensing and Data Acquisition. Washington, D.C., August 3 – 8, 1992, pages 532 – 535.
    • “Contemporary Inuit beliefs concerning meteorites.” Meteorites. Volume 27, Number 1, March 1992, page 254.
    • “The Application of Robotic Mining Vehicles in Manned Exploration of Near Earth Asteroids.” International Conference on Near-Earth Asteroids. Planetary Science Institute, Tucson, Arizona, June, 1991, page 22.
    • “Utilization of Geographic Information system in Lunar Mapping.” Proceedings of the 22 Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Houston, March 18 – 22, 1991, page 851.
    • “Space Gopher: Robotic Mining Systems in Inner Solar System Exploration.” Space Engineering Systems. Toulouse, France, 1990.
    • * “The Use of NORAD Radar detection systems in the Detection of infalling Meteors and Meteorites, Meteoritics. December, 1990.
    • “The Use of NORAD radar detection systems in the Detection of Infalling Meteors and Meteorites.” Proceedings of the 53rd Annual Symposium of the Meteoritical Society. Perth, Australia. September, 1990, page 90.
    • “The Use of Archived Antarctic Aerial Photography.” Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers [AAG] – 1989 Annual Meeting. Baltimore, Maryland, April, 1989.
    • “The Deposition of Pleistocene Meteorite Placer Deposits Located in North America.” Proceedings of the 51st Annual meeting of the Meteoritical Society – July 1988. Arkansas.
    • “Antarctic Remote Sensing: Airborne, Satellite and Archival Sensing Systems.” Proceedings of the American Association of Geographers [AAG] – 1988 Annual Meeting. Phoenix, April 1988, page 121.
    • “X-Ray laser Sensing of Underwater Contours.” Limited circulation in Texas A & M University, Remote Sensing Research Group. College Station, Texas, March 1988.
    • “The Use of Low Level Remote Remote Sensing to Directly Detect Surficial Blue Ice Meteorites.” Proceedings of the 19th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference. Clearlake, Texas, March 1987, 723.
    • “Geographic Research in the Antarctic by the United States Research Program. The 20th South Dakota State University Geography Conference. March 1987. Submitted in print only.
    • “Antarctic Support Systems as a Model for Space Support Systems.” Controlled Environment Life Support Systems Research Conference. February 22, page 9.
    • “Shattered Stars beyond the South Pole [Poem].” Internal Circulation: Antarctic Society, January, 1988.
    • “Shattered Stars beyond the South Pole [Poem].” Internal Circulation: the Lunar and Planetary Institute, January 1988.
    • “The Meteorite Concentration at the Lewis Cliff, Anartic, Ice Tongue.” Co-author. Conference Proceedings – 50th Annual Meeting of the Meteoritical Society. July, 1987, Newcastle Upon – Tyne, United Kingdom. Referenced in Astronomy and Astrophysics Abstracts.
    • “Antarctic Meteorite Surface Traverse 1986 – 1987: A Field Report.” Proceedings of the Association of American Geographers – 1987 Annual Meeting. April 24, 1987, Portland, Oregon.
    • “A Conspectus of the Effect of Herodotus on the Development of Geographic Thought.” Proceedings of the South West Association of American Geographers [SWAG] September Meeting – 1986. September 1986, San Marcos, Texas.
    • “High School Geography” Proceedings Western Canadian Association of Geographers (WCAG) Conference. Annual meeting, Victoria, British Columbia.
    • “The Lethbridge Public Transit System.” Proceedings Western Canadian Association of Geographers (WCAG) Conference. March 1983 Annual Meeting, Kamloops, British Columbia.