Journal Articles (peer-reviewed)

  1. N. Schorghofer, L.P. Kadanoff, D. Lohse. How the viscous subrange determines inertial range properties in turbulence shell models. Physica D 88, 40-54 (1995).
  2. N. Schorghofer and T. Zhou. Inelastic collapse of rotating spheres. Physical Review E 54, 5511-5515 (1996).
  3. L.P. Kadanoff, D. Lohse, N. Schorghofer. Scaling and linear response in the GOY turbulence model. Physica D 100, 165-186 (1997).
  4. P. Constantin, Q. Nie, N. Schorghofer. Nonsingular surface quasi-geostrophic flow. Physics Letters A 241, 168-172 (1998).
  5. N. Schorghofer. Equipartition in a model of turbulence. European Physical Journal direct B 1, 1-5 (1998).
  6. P. Constantin, Q. Nie, N. Schorghofer. Front formation in an active scalar equation. Physical Review E 60, 2858-2863 (1999).
  7. N. Schorghofer. Universality of probability distributions among two-dimensional turbulent flows. Physical Review E 61, 6568-6571 (2000).
  8. N. Schorghofer. Energy spectra of steady two-dimensional turbulent flows. Physical Review E 61, 6572-6577 (2000).
  9. Y. Huang, N. Schorghofer, E.S.C. Ching. Two vortex rings produce chaos. Europhysics Letters 52, 399-405 (2000).
  10. E.S.C. Ching, Y.N. Huang, N. Schorghofer. Regular and chaotic streamlines of two vortex rings. Fluid Dynamics Research 29, 295-311 (2001).
  11. N. Schorghofer and D.H. Rothman. Basins of attraction on random topography. Physical Review E 63, 026112 (2001).
  12. N. Schorghofer and S.T. Gille. Statistics of velocity gradients in two-dimensional Navier-Stokes and ocean turbulence. Physical Review E 65, 026307 (2002).
  13. N. Schorghofer and D.H. Rothman. Acausal relations between topographic slope and drainage area. Geophysical Research Letters 29(13), 1633 (2002).
  14. O. Aharonson, M.T. Zuber, D.H. Rothman, N. Schorghofer, K.X Whipple. Drainage basins and channel incision on Mars. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences USA 99, 1780-1783 (2002).
  15. N. Schorghofer, O. Aharonson, S. Khatiwala. Slope streaks on Mars: Correlations with surface properties and the potential role of water. Geophysical Research Letters 29(23), 2126 (2002).
  16. O. Aharonson, N. Schorghofer, M.F. Gerstell. Slope streak formation and dust deposition rates on Mars. Journal of Geophysical Research 108(E12), 5138 (2003).
  17. N. Schorghofer, W. Jensen, A. Kudrolli, D.H. Rothman. Spontaneous channelization in permeable ground: theory, experiment, and observation. Journal of Fluid Mechanics 503, 357-374 (2004).
  18. M.F. Gerstell, O. Aharonson, N. Schorghofer. A distinct class of avalanche scars on Mars. Icarus 168(1), 122-130 (2004).
  19. N. Schorghofer and O. Aharonson. Stability and exchange of subsurface ice on Mars. Journal of Geophysical Research 110(E5), E05003 (2005).
  20. N. Schorghofer. A physical mechanism for long-term survival of ground ice in Beacon Valley, Antarctica. Geophysical Research Letters 32(19), L19503 (2005).
  21. N. Schorghofer and K.S. Edgett. Seasonal surface frost at low latitudes on Mars. Icarus 180(2), 321-334 (2006).
  22. O. Aharonson and N. Schorghofer. Subsurface ice on Mars with rough topography. Journal of Geophysical Research 111(E11), E11007 (2006).
  23. N. Schorghofer. Theory of ground ice stability in sublimation environments. Physical Review E 75, 041201 (2007).
  24. T.L. Hudson, O. Aharonson, N. Schorghofer, C.B. Farmer, M.H. Hecht, N.T. Bridges. Water vapor diffusion in Mars subsurface environments. Journal of Geophysical Research 112(E5), E05016 (2007).
  25. N. Schorghofer, O. Aharonson, M.F. Gerstell, L. Tatsumi. Three decades of slope streak activity on Mars. Icarus 191(1), 132-140 (2007).
  26. N. Schorghofer. Dynamics of ice ages on Mars. Nature 449(7159), 192-194 (2007). [Editor's summary]
  27. N. Schorghofer and G.J. Taylor. Subsurface migration of H2O at lunar cold traps. Journal of Geophysical Research 112(E2), E02010 (2007).
  28. N. Schorghofer. The lifetime of ice on main belt asteroids. Astrophysical Journal 682, 697-705 (2008).
  29. B. Diez, W.C. Feldman, S. Maurice, O. Gasnault, T.H. Prettyman, M.T. Mellon, O. Aharonson, N. Schorghofer. H layering in the top meter of Mars. Icarus 196(2), 409-421 (2008).
  30. N. Schorghofer. Temperature response of Mars to Milankovitch cycles. Geophysical Research Letters 35, L18201 (2008).
  31. T.L. Hudson, O. Aharonson, N. Schorghofer. Laboratory experiments and models of diffusive emplacement of ground ice on Mars. Journal of Geophysical Research 114, E01002 (2009).
  32. N. Schorghofer. Buffering of sublimation loss of subsurface ice by percolating snowmelt: a theoretical analysis. (short communication) Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 20, 309-313 (2009).
  33. N. Schorghofer. Expressions for tidal conversion at seafloor topography using physical-space integrals. Fluid Dynamics Research 42, 065503 (2010).
  34. N. Schorghofer. Fast numerical method for growth and retreat of subsurface ice on Mars. Icarus 208, 598-607 (2010).
  35. N. Schorghofer and C.M. King. Sporadic formation of slope streaks on Mars. Icarus 216, 159-168 (2011).
  36. K.L. Wagstaff, J. Panetta, A. Ansar, R. Greeley, M. Pendleton-Hoffer, M. Bunte, N. Schorghofer. Dynamic landmarking for surface feature identification and change detection. ACM Transactions on Intelligent Systems and Technology 3, article no. 49 (2012).
  37. M. Siegler, O. Aharonson, E. Carey, M. Choukroun, T.L. Hudson, N. Schorghofer, S. Xu. Measurements of thermal properties of icy Mars regolith analogs. Journal of Geophysical Research 117, E03001 (2012).
  38. N. Schorghofer and F. Forget. History and anatomy of subsurface ice on Mars. Icarus 220, 1112-1120 (2012).
  39. J.R. Bergonio, K.M. Rottas, N. Schorghofer. Properties of Martian slope streak populations. Icarus 225, 194-199 (2013).
  40. N. Schorghofer and O. Aharonson. The lunar thermal ice pump. Astrophysical Journal 788, 169 (2014).
  41. N. Schorghofer. Migration calculations for water in the exosphere of the Moon: Dusk-dawn asymmetry, heterogeneous trapping, and D/H fractionation. Geophysical Research Letters 41, 4888-4893 (2014).
  42. N. Schorghofer, E. Kantar, P.M. Nogelmeier. Snow on the summits of Hawaiʻi Island: Historical Sources from 1778 to 1870. Hawaiian Journal of History 48, 89-113 (2014).
  43. H.H. Hsieh and 19 co-authors. The main-belt comets: The Pan-STARRS1 perspective. Icarus 248, 289-312 (2015).
  44. N. Schorghofer. Two-dimensional description of surface-bounded exospheres with application to the migration of water molecules on the Moon. Physical Review E 91, 052154 (2015).
  45. A. Pflitsch, N. Schorghofer, S.M. Smith, D. Holmgren. Massive ice loss from the Mauna Loa Icecave, Hawaii. Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research 48, 33-43 (2016).
  46. N. Schorghofer. Predictions of depth-to-ice on asteroids based on an asynchronous model of temperature, impact stirring, and ice loss. Icarus 276, 88-95 (2016).
  47. M. Leopold, A. Morelli, N. Schorghofer. Subsurface architecture of two tropical alpine desert cinder cones that hold water. Journal of Geophysical Research 121, 1148-1160 (2016).
  48. N. Schorghofer, E. Mazarico, T. Platz, F. Preusker, S.E. Schröder, C.A. Raymond, C.T. Russell. The permanently shadowed regions of dwarf planet Ceres. Geophysical Research Letters 43, 6783-6789 (2016).
  49. D.L. Buczkowski and 25 co-authors. The geomorphology of Ceres. Science 353, 1004 (2016).
  50. T. Platz and 18 co-authors. Surface water-ice deposits in the northern shadowed regions of Ceres. Nature Astronomy 1, 0007 (2016).
  51. T.H. Prettyman and 17 co-authors. Extensive water ice within Ceres' aqueously altered regolith: Evidence from nuclear spectroscopy. Science 355, 55-59 (2017).
  52. N. Schorghofer, P. Lucey, J.-P. Williams. Theoretical time variability of mobile water on the Moon and its geographic pattern. Icarus, in press (2017).
  53. A.I. Ermakov and 8 co-authors. Ceres's obliquity history and implications for the permanently shadowed regions. Geophysical Research Letters 44, 2652-2661 (2017).
  54. B.E. Schmidt and 25 co-authors. Geomorphological evidence for ground ice on dwarf planet Ceres. Nature Geoscience, in press (2017).
  55. N. Schorghofer, M. Leopold, K. Yoshikawa. Survey for high-altitude permafrost on tropical Mauna Kea volcano, Hawaii. Submitted to Permafrost and Periglacial Processes (2016).
  56. K.B. Teehera and 10 co-authors. Cryogenic minerals in Hawaiian lava tubes: A geochemical and microbiological survey. Submitted to Geomicrobiology Journal (2017).
  57. H.G. Sizemore and 19 co-authors. Pitted terrain on dwarf planet Ceres and implications for volatiles. Submitted to Geophysical Research Letters (2017).
  58. J.-P. Combe et al. Exposed H2O-rich areas detected on Ceres with the Dawn Visible and InfraRed mapping spectrometer. Submitted to Icarus (2017).
  59. M.E. Landis et al. Conditions for sublimating water ice to supply Ceres’ exosphere. Submitted to Journal of Geophysical Research (2017).

Book Chapters, Commentaries, Invited Blogs, Reports, etc.

  1. N. Schorghofer. Subsurface air flow on Mars (News & Views). Nature Physics 10, 14-15 (2014).
  2. "Planetary geomorphology image of the month: Slope streaks on Mars", blog entry by N. Schorghofer. Blog by M. Bourke, Feb 2014.
  3. P. Hayne, A. Ingersoll, D. Paige (eds.) (33 authors). "New Approaches to Lunar Ice Detection and Mapping." Keck Institute for Space Studies (KISS) workshop report (2014).
  4. N. Schorghofer. Slope Streak (Mars). In: "Encyclopedia of Planetary Landforms", (eds.) A. Kereszturi and H. Hargitai. Springer (2014).
  5. M.A. Kreslavsky, N. Schorghofer, A. Kereszturi. Triangular Scar (Mars). In: "Encyclopedia of Planetary Landforms", (eds.) A. Kereszturi and H. Hargitai. Springer (2014).
  6. F. Forget, S. Byrne, J. Head, M. Mischna, N. Schorghofer. Climate Variations. Chapter 16 in "The Atmosphere and Climate of Mars", (eds.) R.M. Haberle et al., Cambridge University Press, in press (2017).
  7. N. Schorghofer. The Lunar Exosphere, Transport and Storage of its Volatiles. In: "Encyclopedia of Lunar Science", (ed.) B. Cudnik. Springer, in press (2017).

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