2013 - Fellow of American Geophysical Union (AGU)
Her primary areas of investigation include Geodesy, Magnetopause, Geophysics, Magnetometer and Mercury's magnetic field. Her work carried out in the field of Geodesy brings together such families of science as Ground segment, Data set and Moment magnitude scale. Her Magnetopause study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Astrophysics and Nuclear magnetic resonance.
Her research links Earth's magnetic field with Geophysics. Her Mercury's magnetic field research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Field strength, Equator and Magnetic dipole. Her work focuses on many connections between Magnetic dipole and other disciplines, such as Magnetosphere, that overlap with her field of interest in Planet, Solar wind and Meteorology.
The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Geophysics, Astrobiology, Mars Exploration Program, Mercury's magnetic field and Geodesy. Catherine L. Johnson combines subjects such as Magnetopause, Magnetosphere, Planet and Earth's magnetic field with her study of Geophysics. Her research investigates the connection between Magnetosphere and topics such as Solar wind that intersect with issues in Meteorology.
Her work in Mercury's magnetic field covers topics such as Magnetometer which are related to areas like L-shell. Her biological study deals with issues like Northern Hemisphere, which deal with fields such as Southern Hemisphere. In her study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Crust, Volcanism is strongly linked to Mantle.
Catherine L. Johnson spends much of her time researching Mars Exploration Program, Asteroid, Geophysics, Spacecraft and Astrobiology. Her research in Mars Exploration Program intersects with topics in Aeronautics, Magnetometer, Seismometer and Dynamo. Her Asteroid research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Altimeter, Remote sensing, Northern Hemisphere and Equator.
She focuses mostly in the field of Northern Hemisphere, narrowing it down to matters related to Near-Earth object and, in some cases, Geodesy. Catherine L. Johnson is interested in Mantle, which is a branch of Geophysics. Her Spacecraft research integrates issues from Heliosphere, Interplanetary magnetic field and Venus.
Her scientific interests lie mostly in Mars Exploration Program, Seismometer, Asteroid, Spacecraft and Astronomy. Her study in Mars Exploration Program is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Ground segment and Geodesy. Catherine L. Johnson has researched Seismometer in several fields, including Tidal force, Epicenter and Fault, Thrust fault.
Her work deals with themes such as Northern Hemisphere and Southern Hemisphere, which intersect with Asteroid. Her studies deal with areas such as Magnetometer, Payload and Atmospheric pressure as well as Spacecraft. Her studies in Astronomy integrate themes in fields like Coronal mass ejection, Solar wind and Interplanetary spaceflight.
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Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter: Experiment summary after the first year of global mapping of Mars
David E. Smith;Maria T. Zuber;Herbert V. Frey;James B. Garvin.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
Internal Structure and Early Thermal Evolution of Mars from Mars Global Surveyor Topography and Gravity
Maria T. Zuber;Maria T. Zuber;Sean C. Solomon;Roger J. Phillips;David E. Smith.
The global magnetic field of Mercury from MESSENGER orbital observations.
Brian J. Anderson;Catherine L. Johnson;Catherine L. Johnson;Haje Korth;Michael E. Purucker.
Observations of the North Polar Region of Mars from the Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter
Maria T. Zuber;David E. Smith;Sean C. Solomon;James B. Abshire.
Gravity Field and Internal Structure of Mercury from MESSENGER
David E. Smith;Maria T. Zuber;Roger J. Phillips;Sean C. Solomon.
New Perspectives on Ancient Mars
Sean C. Solomon;Oded Aharonson;Jonathan M. Aurnou;W. Bruce Banerdt.
Recent investigations of the 0–5 Ma geomagnetic field recorded by lava flows
C. L. Johnson;C. G. Constable;L. Tauxe;R. Barendregt.
Geochemistry Geophysics Geosystems (2008)
The curious case of Mercury's internal structure
Steven A. Hauck;Jean-Luc Margot;Sean C. Solomon;Sean C. Solomon;Roger J. Phillips.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2013)
Changing zooplankton seasonality in a changing ocean: Comparing time series of zooplankton phenology
DL Mackas;W Greve;M Edwards;S Chiba.
Progress in Oceanography (2012)
Initial results from the InSight mission on Mars
W. Bruce Banerdt;Suzanne E. Smrekar;Don Banfield;Domenico Giardini.
Nature Geoscience (2020)
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