Charles A. Wood: Publications


Red Number: Peer Reviewed

1.  1963: D.W.G. Arthur, A.P. Agnieray, R.A. Horvath, C.A. Wood and C.R.Chapman, The system of lunar craters, Quadrant I, Comm. LPL 2, 71.

2.  1964: D.W.G. Arthur, A.P. Agnieray, R.A. Horvath, C.A. Wood and C.R.Chapman, The system of lunar craters, Quadrant II, Comm. LPL 3, 1.

3.  1965: D.W.G. Arthur, A.P. Agnieray, R.A. Pellicori, C.A. Wood and T. Weller, The system of lunar craters, Quadrant III, Comm. LPL 3, 61.

4.  1966: D.W.G. Arthur, A.P. Agnieray, and C.A. Wood, The system of lunar craters, Quadrant IV, Comm. LPL 5, 1.

5 . 1967: C.A. Wood, A Guide to the Constellations, U.S. Peace Corps, Nairobi, Kenya.

6 . 1968: C.A. Wood, Statistics of central peaks of lunar craters, Comm. LPL 7, 157.

7 . 1969: C.A. Wood, Sundials for the equator, Sky and Telescope 37, 97.

8 . 1970: C.A. Wood and W.K. Hartmann, Tycho crater statistics, Comm. LPL 8, 232.

9.  1971: W.K. Hartmann and C.A. Wood, Moon: Origin and evolution of multi-ring basins, The Moon 3.

10. 1972: C.A. Wood, The system of lunar craters, revised, The Moon 3, 408.

11. 1972: D.P. Cruikshank and C.A. Wood, Lunar rilles and Hawaiian volcanic features: Possible analogues, The.Moon 3, 412.

12. 1973: D.P. Cruikshank, W.K. Hartmann and C.A. Wood, Moon: Ghost craters formed during mare filling, The Moon 7, 440.

13. 1973: C.A. Wood, Radar mapping of the moon: Central peaks (comment), Science 181, 364.

14. 1973: C.A. Wood, Moon: Central peak heights and crater origins, Icarus 20, 503.

16. 1974: C.A. Wood, External origin for lunar rilled craters and the mare basins (comment), Nature 251, 166.

17. 1974: C.A. Wood and R.R. Lovett, Rainfall, drought and the solar cycle, Nature 251, 594.

18 .1974: C.A. Wood, Reconnaissance geophysics and geology of the Pinacate Craters, Sonora, Mexico, Bull. Volc. 38, 149.

19. 1975: C.A. Wood and F. Dakin, Ara Shatan maar: Dynamics of an explosion, Bull. Geophys. Obs.(Addis Ababa) 15, 99.

20. 1975: R.R. Lovett and C.A. Wood, A preliminary analysis of rainfall reliability in Ethiopia, Eth. Inst. Agric. Res., Proc. 5th Ann. Agric. Res. Sem..

21. 1975: C.A. Wood and R.R. Lovett, Solar influences on Ethiopian rainfall, Eth. Inst. Agric. Res., Proc. 5th Ann. Agric. Res. Sem..

22. 1975: C.A. Wood and J.W. Head, Geologic setting and provenance of spectrally distinct pre-mare material of possible volcanic origin, Origins of Mare Basalts 189-93.

23. 1976: C.A. Wood and F. Dakin, Salt, fire and sand: A journey through Northern Dankalia, Walia 7, 2-9.

24. 1976: J.W.Head, M. Settle and C.A. Wood, Origin of Olympus Mons escarpment by erosion of prevolcano substrate, Nature 263, 667.

25. 1976: C.A. Wood and R.R. Lovett, Rainfall reliability in Ethiopia, Weather 31, 417.

26. 1976: C.A. Wood and J.W. Head, Comparisons of impact basins on Mercury, Mars, and the Moon, Proc. of the 7th Lunar Science Conference, 3629.

27. 1976: P.A. Mohr and C.A. Wood, Volcano spacings and lithospheric attenuation in the Eastern Rift of Africa, Earth, Planet. Science Lett. 33, 126.

28. 1977: J.W. Head, C.A. Wood and T. Mutch, Geologic evolution of the terrestrial planets, Amer. Scientist. 65, 21.

29. 1977: C.A. Wood, Mission to Earth (book review) Amer. Sciencist 65, 482.

30. 1977: C.A. Wood, M. J. Cintala and J. W. Head, Crater degradation on Mercury and the Moon: Clues to surface evolution, Proc. Lunar Sci. Conf. 8th, 3503.

31. 1977: M. J. Cintala, C.A. Wood and J. W. Head, The effects of target characteristics on fresh crater morphology: Preliminary results for the Moon and Mercury, Proc. Lunar Sci. Conf. 8th, 3409.

32. 1977: C.A. Wood, J.L. Whitford-Stark and J.W. Head, Iceland Field Itinerary, Contribution #6 of the Basaltic Volcanism Study Project, Lunar Sci. Inst., 53 pp.

33. 1977: D.A. Emilia, B.J. Last F.M. Dakin and C.A. Wood, Geophysics and geology of an explosion crater in the Ethiopian Rift Valley, Bull. Volc. 40, 133.

34. 1977: C.A. Wood, A Preliminary chronology of Ethiopian droughts, in Drought in Africa (Ed. by D. Dalby, R. J. Harrison and Fatima Bezzaz), 68 (International Africa Institute, London).

35. 1978: C.A. Wood and J.W. Head, Rift valleys on Earth, Mars and Venus, in Tectonics and Geophysics of Continental Rifts (Ed. by I. B. Ramberg and E. R. Neumann), 401 (Reidel, Dordrecht).

36. 1978: C.A. Wood, Morphometric evolution of composite volcanoes, Geophys. Res. Lett. 5, 437.

37. 1978: C.A. Wood and L. Andersson, New morphometric data for fresh lunar craters, Proc. Lunar Sci. Conf. 9th, 3669 .

38. 1978: C.A. Wood, J.W. Head and M.J. Cintala, Interior morphology of fresh Martian craters: The effects of target characteristics, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 9th, 369l

39. 1978: C.A. Wood, Geology on the Moon, by Guest and Greeley (book review), Amer. Scientist. 66, 620.

40. 1979: C.A. Wood, Morphometric Studies of Planetary Landforms: Impact Craters and Volcanoes, Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, Brown Univ., Providence.

41. 1979: C.A. Wood, The Martian Landscape, by Mutch and Jones (book review), Amer. Scientist 67.

42. 1979: C.A. Wood, The Marda Fault Zone and the opening of the Red Sea, in Apollo/Soyuz Test Project, Summary Science Project, Vol. 2: Earth Observations and Photography (Ed. by F. El-Baz and D. M. Warner) 29, NASA SP-4l2.

43. 1979: C.A. Wood, Monogenetic volcanoes of the terrestrial planets, Proc. Lunar Planet Sci. Conf. l0th, 2815.

44. 1980: C.A. Wood, Hazards of volcanic tuff (letter), Amer. Scientist 68, 6.

45. 1980: C.A. Wood, Morphometric evolution of cinder cones, J. Volc. Geotherm. Res. 7, 387-4l3.

46. 1980: C.A. Wood, Solar Activity prediction for cycle 2l, in: Solar-Terrestrial Predictions Proc. III, A37-A40.

47. 1980: P.T. Taylor, C.A. Wood and .J. O'Hearn, Morphological investigations of submarine volcanism, Henderson Seamount, Geology 8, 390-395.

48. 1980: C.A. Wood, Morphometric analysis of cinder cone degradation, J. Volc. Geotherm. Res. 3, l37-l60.

49. 1980: C.A. Wood, Martian double ring basins: New observations, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. llth, 222l-224l.

50. 1981: C.A. Wood, Periglacial research by any other name, (book review), Open Earth l2, 33.

51. 1981: C.A. Wood, Possible terrestrial analogs of Valhalla and other ripple-ring basins, in Multi-ring Basins, l73-l80.

52. 1981: R.R. Lovett and C.A. Wood, Rainfall reliability in Ethiopia: Tables and maps, Sinet-Ethiopian J. Sci. 2, lll-l20 (submitted in 1977, published in 1981 with 1979 date!)

53. 1981: C.A. Wood and L.D. Ashwal, SNC meteorites: Igneous rocks from Mars? Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. l2th, l359-l375.

54. 1981: P.T. Taylor, C.A. Wood and T.J. O'Hearn, Morphological investigation of submarine volcanism: Henderson Seamount: Reply, Geology ll, 504.

55. 1981: J.W. Head and 8 others, Distribution and morphology of basalt deposits on planets, in: Basaltic Volcanism on the Terrestrial Planets, 702-803.

56. 1981: Basaltic Volcanism on the Terrestrial Planets, l286 pp (co-editor).

57. 1982: C.A. Wood, On the geometric form of volcanoes - comment, Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 57, 45l-452.

58. 1982: P.W. Francis and C.A. Wood, Absence of silicic volcanism on Mars: Implications for crustal composition and volatiles abundance, J. Geophys. Res. 87, 9881-9889.

59. 1982: C.A. Wood, The most ancient depiction of a volcanic eruption? Volcano News 9, 3.

60. 1982: L.D. Ashwall, J.L. Warner and C.A. Wood, SNC meteorites: Evidence against an asteroidal origin, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 13th: J Geophys. Res. Supplement, A393-A400.

61. 1983: C.A. Wood, Continental rift jumps, Tectonophysics 94, 529-540.

62. 1983: C.A. Wood, Volcanoes in Our Solar System, by G. Taylor (book review) Lunar and Planetary Information Bull. #35, 14-5 (Lunar Planetary Science Inst., Houston).

63. 1984: C.A. Wood, Calderas: A planetary perspective, J. Geophys. Res. 89, 8391-8406.

64. 1984: C.A. Wood, The amazing and portentous summer of 1783, EOS, 65, 409.

65. 1985: C.A. Wood, Interpreting images requires imagination, Geotimes 30, #6, 19-20.

66. 1985: C.A. Wood, Explosive Volcanism (book review), EOS 66, 481.

67. 1985: M.L. Hall and C.A. Wood, Volcano-tectonic segmentation of the Northern Andes, Geology 13, 203-207.

68. 1985: C.A. Wood and M. Helfert, Shuttle crews record shrinking Lake Chad, Geotimes 30 #12, 4.

69. 1986: M. Helfert and C.A. Wood, Shuttle photos show Madagascar erosion, Geotimes 31 #3, 4.

70. 1986: C.A. Wood, Planet Earth by J. Weiner (book review), Sky & Telescope 72, 360-361.

71. 1987: C.A. Wood and P.W. Francis, Venus lives! Proc. 18th Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf., 659-664.

72. 1988: D.A. Rothery, P.W. Francis and C.A. Wood, Emitted short wavelength infrared radiation for detection and monitoring of volcanic activity, ISPRSS (published but exact reference unknown to me).

73. 1988: D.A. Rothery, P.W. Francis and C.A. Wood, Volcano monitoring by short wavelength infrared satellite remote sensing, Proc. 6th Thematic Conf. Remote Sensing for Exploration Geology, Houston, TX, 283-291.

74. 1988: C.A. Wood, Astronaut photography of the Earth: Low cost images for resource exploration, Proc. 6th Thematic Conf. Remote Sensing for Exploration Geology, Houston, TX, 383-390.

75. 1988: R.A.F. Grieve, C.A. Wood, J.B. Garvin. G. McLaughlin and J.F. McHone, Jr., Astronaut's Guide to Terrestrial Impact Craters, LPI Tech. Rpt. 88-03, Lunar and Planetary Inst., Houston, TX, 89 pp.

76. 1988: D.A. Rothery, P.W. Francis and C.A. Wood, Volcano monitoring using short wavelength infrared data from satellites, J. Geophys. Res. 93, 7993-8008.

77. 1988: K.J. Draper and C.A. Wood, Payload Bay Earth Observing Facility, SSEOO Rpt. 1, NASA Johnson Space Center, 60 pp.

78. 1989: M.R. Helfert and C.A. Wood, The NASA space shuttle Earth observations office, Geocarto International 4 #1, 15-24.

79. 1889: C.A. Wood, Geologic applications of space shuttle photography, Geocarto International 4 #1, 49-54.

80. 1989: C.A. Wood, The Planetary System by Morrison and Owen, (book review) Sky and Telescope published.

81. 1989: C.A. Wood, M.R. Helfert, K. Lulla and R. Covey, Discovery's mission to Earth, Geocarto International 4 #2, 55-63.

82. 1989: V.S. Whitehead, M.R. Helfert, K.P. Lulla, C.A. Wood, and D.L. Amsbury, Earth observations during Space Shuttle flight STS-27: A high latitude observations opportunity, Geocarto International 4 #3, 63-76.

83. 1989: P.J. Mouginis-Mark, D.C. Pieri, P.W. Francis, L. Wilson, S. Self, W.I. Rose, and C.A. Wood, Remote sensing of volcanos and volcanic terrains, EOS 70, 1567-1575.

84. 1989: C.A. Wood, Volcanology, Geotimes 34 #2, 60-61.

85. 1990: C.A. Wood, Volcanology, Geotimes 35 #2, 56-57.

86. 1990: C.A. Wood and J. Kienle, Volcanoes of North America: United States and Canada. Cambridge Univ. Press, pp 254.

87. 1991: P.W. Francis, P. Mouginis-Mark, D.C. Pieri, W. Rose, S. Self, C.A. Wood, Report of the Panel on Volcanology, Solid Earth Sciences in the 1990s. NASA Tech. Mem. 4256, Vol. 2, IV-1-IV-24.

88. 1991:  C.A. Wood and R. Nelson, Astronaut observations of Biomass Burning, in Global Biomass Burning (J. Levine, ed.) MIT Press, Cambridge, 29-40.

89. 1991: J.I. Gabrynowicz and C.A. Wood, An interdisciplinary analysis of the Landsat Act. Proceedings, ERIM Global Change Conference, Krieger Pub. Co., 253-256.

90. 1991: C.A. Evans, M.A. Chambers, M.R. Helfert, K.P. Lulla, C.A. Wood, and STS-31 crew, Earth observations during Space Shuttle flight STS-31: The Earth from 600 km. Geocarto International 6 #3, 99-112.

91. 1991: C.A. Wood, Institutional and Research Development. in Second National Space Grant Conference Report (eds. J.T. Heimsoth, E.J. Dasch, R.F. Devon, and L. Keffer), NASA Headquarters, 92-93.

92. 1992: C.A. Wood, Climate effects of the 1783 Laki eruption. in The Year Without a Summer? World Climate in 1816 (C.R. Harington, ed.) Canadian Museum of Nature, Ottawa, 58-77.

93. 1992: C.A. Wood, A Portfolio of Lunar Drawings (book review) Meteoritics 27, 609.

94. 1995: R. Wichman and C.A. Wood, The Davy Crater Chain: Implications for tidal disruption in the Earth-Moon system and elsewhere. Geophys. Res. Lett. 22, 583-586.

95. 1995: C.A. Wood, Geology. New Book of Knowledge Encyclopedia.

96. 1995: C.A. Wood, Volcanoes. New Book of Knowledge Encyclopedia.

97. 1996: C.A. Wood, WWW.SPACE.EDU - Graduate space education anywhere. Ad Astra, Nov/Dec, 44-45.

98. 1997: Mark Leon, Andrea McCurdy and C.A. Wood, NASA Virtual Conferences and Instruction over the Internet.  INET97 (International Internet Society Annual Conference), Malaysia (CD with no page numbers).

99. 2001: C.A. Wood, The Moon is Rising (review of 5 books about the Moon). Sky & Telescope, May, 75-77.

100: 2002: C.A. Wood and C.D. Garmany, Astronomy Adventure at Biosphere 2. Sky & Telescope, April, 68-71.

101: 2002: C.A. Wood, “Disturbing the Solar System” and “Children of the Stars” (book review). Nature (published but reference unknown).

102. 2003: C.A. Wood, The Modern Moon: A Personal View. Sky Publishing Co.

103: 2004: C.A. Wood, “Discover the Moon” and “The Clementine Atlas of the Moon” (book review) Sky and Telescope (in press).

 

I have also published more than 100 2-3 page abstracts for the Lunar & Planetary Science Conference and 1 paragraph abstracts for other annual meetings. Additionally, 60 monthly Lunar Notes articles have been published in Sky & Telescope magazine since 1999. A listing of these and conference abstracts is available on request.

 

Note: Here are my two latest conference abstracts from March of 2004:

2004: C.A. Wood, J. Brausch, R. Kramer and A. Ayiomamitis, Observing the Sky and Lunar Photo of the Day: Two New Astronomy Education Web Sites. Abstracts, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, March 2004 (CD with no page numbers).

2004: C.A. Wood, K.C. Pau and B. Daversin, A New Source for High Resolution Lunar Images: Amateur Astronomers! Abstracts, Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Houston, March 2004 (CD with no page numbers).