Dohm, James M.
- Dohm, James M.
- Affiliated Scientist (University of Tokyo)
Main Publication List and Awards
Main Publication List
Tanaka, K.L., Skinner, J.A., Jr., Dohm, J.M., and 7 others (in review//slated to be published in 2013) Geologic map of Mars. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigatons Map SIM xxxx, scale:1:20,000,000.
Soare, S.J., Conway, S., Dohm, J.M. (2013—Icarus—submitted) Possible ice-wedge polygons and recent landscape modification by “wet” periglacial processes in and around the Argyre impact basin, Mars.
Mahaney, W.C., Keiseer, L., Kringsley, D.H., Pentlavalli, P., Allen, C.C.R., Somelar, P., Schwartz, Dohm, J.M., Dirszowski, R., and Julig, P., (2013—in press) Weathering rinds as mirror images of paleosols: examples from the western Alps with correlation to Mars. Journ. of the Geological Society.
El-Maarry, M.R., Dohm, J.M., Michael, G., Thomas, N., and Maruyama, S. (2013) Morphology and evolution of the ejecta of Hale crater in Argyre basin, Mars: results from high resolution mapping. Icarus 226, 905-922.
Ruiz, J., Williams, J-P., Dohm, J.M., Fernandez, C., Lopez, V. (2013—in press) Is Earth-based scaling a valid procedure for calculating heat flows for Mars? Icarus http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.icarus.
Dohm, J.M., Miyamoto, H., Maruyama, S., and 11 others (2013) Mars Evolution. In Mars: Evolution, Geology, and Exploration. A.G. Fairén (ed.). In press, Book entitled: “Mars: Evolution, Geology and Exploration”, Nova Science Publishers, Inc., pgs. 1-33.
Davila, A.F., Fairen, A.G., Stokes, C.R., Platz, T., Rodriguez, A.P., Lacelle, D., Dohm, J., Pollard, W. (2013) Evidence for Hesperian glaciation along the Martian dichotomy boundary. Geology, doi:10.1130/G34201.1.
Mahaney, W.C., Fairen, A.G., Dohm, J.M., Krinsely, D. (2012) Weathering rinds on clasts: examples from Earth and Mars as short and long term recorders of paleoenvironment. Planet. Space Sci. 73, 243-253.
Kim, K.J., Dohm, J.M., and 13 others (2012) The South Pole-Aitken basin region, Moon: GIS-based geologic investigation using Kaguya elemental information. Advances in Space Research 50, 1629-1637.
Ruiz, J., Lopez, V., Dohm, J.M., Fernandez, C. (2012) Structural control of scarps in the Rembrandt region of Mercury. Icarus 219, 511-514.
Schulze-Makuch, D., Head, J.N., Houtkooper, J.M., Knoblauch, M., Furfaro, R., Fink, W., Fairén, A.G., Vali, H., Sears, S.K., Daly, M., Deamer, D., Schmidt, H., Hawkins, A.R., Sun , H.J., Lim, D.S.S., Dohm, J.M., and three others (2012) The biological oxidant and life detection (BOLD) mission: a proposal for a mission to Mars. Planet. Space Sci. 67, 57-69.
Jiango, Y., Li, F., Ping, J., Dohm, J.M., and two others (2012) A simulation of Martian gravity field recovery by using a near equatorial orbiter. Advances in Space Research 49, 019-1027.
Mahaney, W.C., Hart, K.M., O’Reilly, S.S., Allen, C.C.R., Dohm, J.M., and three others (2012) Coleoptera and microbe biomass in Antarctic Dry Valleys paleosols adjacent to the Inland Ice: implications for Mars. Planet. Space Sci. 60, 386-398.
El Maarry, M.R., Dohm, J.M., and six other authors (2012) Searching for evidence of hydrothermal activity at Apollinaris Mons, Mars. Icarus 217, 297-314.
Fairén, A.G., Dohm, J.M., and 14 other authors (2011) Meteorites at Merdiani Planum provide evidence for significant amounts of surface and near-surface on early Mars. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 46, 1832-1841.
Dohm, J.M., and 39 other authors (2011) An inventory of potentially habitable environments on Mars: geological and biological perspectives. in Garry, W.B., and Bleacher, J.E., eds., Analogs for Planetary Exploration: Geological Society of America Special Paper 483, 317–347, doi:10.1130/2011.2483(21).
Mahaney, W.C., and Dohm, J.M. (2011) The 2011 Japanese 9.0 magnitude earthquake: test of a kinetic energy wave model using coastal configuration and offshore gradient of Earth and beyong. Sedimentary Geology 239, 80-86.
Dohm, J.M., Tanaka, K.L., and Skinner, J.A. (2011) Geologic map of the Metis Mons quadrangle (V–6), Venus. U.S. Geological Survey Scientific Investigations Map 3158.
Komatsu, G., Ori, G.G., Cardinale, M., Dohm, J.M., and 5 others (2011) Roles of methane and carbon dioxide in geological processes on Mars. Planet. Space Sci. 59, 169-181.
Hart, K.M., Szpak, M.T., Frazer, A.R., Mahaney, W.C., Dohm, J.M., Jordan, S.F., Allen, C.C.R., and Kelleher, B.P. (2011) A bacterial enrichment study and overview of the extractable lipids from paleosols in the dry valleys, Antarctica: implications for future Mars reconnaissance. Astrobiology 11, 303-321.
Rossi, A.P., Gasselt, S.V., Pondrelli, M., Dohm, J.M., Hauber, E., Dumke, A., Zegers, T., Neukum, G. (2011) Evolution of periglacial landforms in Thaumasia Highland, Mars. M.R. Balme, A.S. Bargery, C.J. Gallagher, and S. Gupta (eds.) In Geomorphology on Mars and other planets, Geological Society, London, Special Publications 356, 69-85.
Mahaney, W.C., Hart, K.M., Dohm, J.M., Hancock, R.G.V., Costa, P., O’Reilly, S.S., Kelleher, B.P., Schwartz, S., and Lanson, B. (2011) Aluminum extracts in Antarctic paleosols: proxy data for organic compounds and bacteria and implications for Martian paleosols Sedimentary Geology 237, 84-94.
Davila, A.F., Gross, C., Marzo, G.A., Fairén, A.G., Kneissl, T., McKay, C.P., and Dohm, J.M. (2011) A large sedimentary basin in the Terra Sirenum region of the southern highlands of Mars. Icarus 212, 579-589.
Mahaney, W.C., Dohm, J.M., and 2 others (2010) Tsunamis on Mars: Earth analogues of projected martian sediment. Planet. Space Sci. 58, 1823-1831
Mahaney, W.C., Netoff, D.I., Dohm, J.M., and 2 others (2010) Grain coatings: diagenesis of Jurassic sandstones in south-central Utah and implications for targeting fossil microbes on Mars. Sedimentary Geology 230, 1-9.
El Maarry, M.R., Markiewicz, W.J., Mellon, M.T., Goetz, W., Dohm, J.M., and 1 other (2010) Crater floor polygons: desiccation patterns of ancient lakes on Mars? J. Geophys. Res. 115, 10.1029/2010JE003609.
Fairén, A.G., Davila, A.F., Lin, D., Bramll, N., Bonaccorsi, R., Zavaleta, J., Uceda, E.R., Stoker, C., Wierzchos, J., Dohm, J.M., and 3 others (2010) Astrobiology through the ages of Mars: the study of terrestrial analogues to understand the habitability of Mars. Astrobiology 10, 821-843.
Fairén, A.G., Chevrier, V., Abramov, O., Marzo, G.A., Gavin, P., Davila, A.F., Tornabene, L.L., Bishop, J.L., Roush, T.L., Gross, C., Kneissl, T., Uceda, E.R., Dohm, J.M., and 4 others (2010) Noachian and more recent phyllosilicates in impact craters on Mars. PNAS 107, 12095-12100.
Marzo, G.A., Davila, A.F., Tornabene, L.L., Dohm, J.M., and 6 others (2010) Evidence for Hesperian impact-induced hydrothermalism on Mars. Icarus 208, 667-683.
Ruiz, J., Lopez, V., Dohm, J.M. (2010) The present-day thermal state of Mars. Icarus 207, 503-1014.
Gasnault, O., Taylor, G.J., Karunatillake, S., Dohm, J.M., Newsom, H., Forni, O., Pinet, P., Boynton, W.V. (2010) Quantitative geochemical mapping of martian elemental provinces. Icarus 207, 226-247.
Mahaney, W.C., Kalm, V., Krinsley, D.H., Tricart, P., Schwartz, S., Dohm, J., Kim, K.J., Kapran, B., Milner, M.W., Beukens, R., Boccia, S., Hancock, R.G.V., Hart, K.M., Kelleher, B. (2010) Evidence from the northwestern Venezuelan Andes for extraterrestrial impact: the black mat enigma. Geomorphology 116, 48-57.
Mahaney, W.C., and Dohm, J.M. (2010) Life on Mars?: microbes in Mars-like Antarctic environments. Journal of Cosmology 5, 951-958.
Dohm, J.M., and Kim, K.J. (2009) Paleohydrologic activity and environmental change on Mars. Korean Journal.
Karunatillake, Suniti, Wray, J.J., Squyres, S.W., Taylor, G.J., Gasnault, O., McLennan, S.M., Boynton, W., El Marry, M.R., and Dohm, J.M. (2009) Chemically striking regions on Mars and stealth revisited. J. Geophys. Res. 114, E12001.
Mahaney, W.C., Dohm, J.M., Kapran, B., Hancock, R.G.V., and Milner, M.W. (2009) Secondary Fe and Al in Antarctic paleosols: correlation to Mars with prospect for the presence of life. Icarus 203, 320-330.
Ruiz, J., Williams, J.P., Dohm, J.M., Fernández, C., and López, V. (2009) Ancient heat flow and crustal thickness at Warrego rise, Thaumasia highlands, Mars: implications for a stratified crust. Icarus 203, 47-57.
Dohm and 13 other authors (2009) Claritas rise: Pre-Tharsis magmatism. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 185, 139-156.
Dohm and 15 other authors (2009) New evidence for a magmatic influence on the origin of Valles Marineris, Mars. Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 185, 12-27.
El Maarry, M.R., Gasnault, O., Toplis, M.J., Baratoux, D., J.M. Dohm, and 3 other authors, (2009) Gamma-ray constraints on the chemical composition of the martian surface in the Tharsis region: A signature of partial melting of the mantle? Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research 185, 116-1221.
Tanaka, K.L., Anderson, R., Dohm, J.M., Hansen, V.L., McGill, G.E., Pappalardo, R.T., Schultz, R.A., and Watters, T.R., (2009) Planetary structural mapping. In Planetary Tectonics. Thomas R. Watters and Richard A. Schutz (eds.). Cambridge University Press, pgs. 349-394.
Tanaka, K.L., Skinner, J.A., Crumpler, L.S., Dohm, J.M. (2009) Assessment of planetary geologic mapping techniques for Mars using terrestrial analogues: The SP Mountain area of the San Francisco volcanic field, Arizona, Special Planet. & Space Sci. 57, 510-532.
Dohm, J.M., and 19 others, (2009) GRS evidence and the possibility of ancient oceans on Mars, Special Planet. & Space Sci. 57,664-684.
I have worked on geological and paleohydrological investigations at local to global scales for Earth, the Moon, Mars, and Venus. I have extensive field experience coupled with more than 25 years of experience with Mars-related geological research, which includes 12 years as assistant coordinator to the NASA-based Mars and Venus Programs (MGM and VGM, respectively), now known as the Planetary Mapping Program. In addition, I have been recently involved with the development and implementation of future autonomous satellite and rover missions as a science team member of the Autonomous Sciencecraft Experiment, the Life in the Atacama Rover Field Experiment, and the Nomad Rover Atacama Field Experiment. I have also been involved with Sensor Web activities. During this Golden Age of Space Exploration Education & Discovery (SEED), I look forward to pouring out into the interdisciplinary and international ELSI effort which will bear tremendous fruit. Our collective team efforts will provide: (1) a new classification of planets, satellites, and history of planetary evolution, (2) a new classification of habitable planets (Habitable Trinity), (3) a model for the origin of atmosphere and ocean on primordial Earth, (4) an index of a habitable planet (as a road map), (5) a new perspective and systemization of Astrobiology, (6) foundational information to select prime targets for future science-driven missions, and (7) positively perturbing future generation (i.e., our children and grand children) and sharing the optimism of a bright and promising future (what is a truly wonderful golden age this is and what opportunities lie on the near- and far-term horizons for upcoming generations).