His main research concerns Astrophysics, Molecular cloud, Astronomy, Atmosphere and Mars Exploration Program. His study in the field of Star formation, Protostar and Milky Way is also linked to topics like Protein filament and Power law. His Molecular cloud research incorporates themes from Turbulence, Flattening, Connection and Shock.
His Atmosphere research includes themes of Tidal heating, Jovian, Jupiter and Astrobiology, Solar System. Nicholas M. Schneider usually deals with Mars Exploration Program and limits it to topics linked to Planet and Airglow, Atmospheric sciences and Spectrograph. His research in Spire intersects with topics in Spectrometer and Optics.
Astrophysics, Mars Exploration Program, Astrobiology, Atmosphere and Environmental science are his primary areas of study. His Astrophysics study which covers Astronomy that intersects with Magnetosphere. The concepts of his Mars Exploration Program study are interwoven with issues in Airglow, Atmospheric sciences and Thermosphere.
His work on Atmospheric escape as part of general Astrobiology research is frequently linked to Materials science, thereby connecting diverse disciplines of science. His Atmosphere study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Brightness, Water vapor and Emission spectrum. He interconnects Turbulence and Interstellar medium in the investigation of issues within Molecular cloud.
His primary areas of study are Mars Exploration Program, Astrophysics, Environmental science, Martian and Atmosphere. His Mars Exploration Program study is focused on Astrobiology in general. His Star formation, Interstellar medium and Molecular cloud study, which is part of a larger body of work in Astrophysics, is frequently linked to Protein filament, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His studies deal with areas such as Computational physics and Intermittency as well as Molecular cloud. His work deals with themes such as Library science and Thermosphere, which intersect with Martian. His study in Atmosphere is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Deuterium, Equivalent width, Spectral resolution, Gas giant and Orbital decay.
Nicholas M. Schneider mainly investigates Astrophysics, Mars Exploration Program, Environmental science, Protein filament and Martian. His Astrophysics study often links to related topics such as Ionization. Nicholas M. Schneider studied Mars Exploration Program and Aeronomy that intersect with Heliophysics and Aerospace engineering.
Nicholas M. Schneider integrates many fields, such as Environmental science, Astrobiology, Dust storm, Atmospheric sciences, Atmosphere and Airglow, in his works. His research integrates issues of Latitude and Atmospheric tide in his study of Astrobiology. Nicholas M. Schneider has included themes like Planetary Data System and Thermosphere in his Martian study.
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The Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution (MAVEN) Mission
Bruce M. Jakosky;R. P. Lin;J. M. Grebowsky;J. G. Luhmann.
Space Science Reviews (2015)
Ignition of global wildfires at the Cretaceous/Tertiary boundary
H. J. Melosh;N. M. Schneider;K. J. Zahnle;D. Latham.
IO ON THE EVE OF THE GALILEO MISSION
John R. Spencer;Nicholas M. Schneider.
Annual Review of Earth and Planetary Sciences (1996)
Loss of the Martian atmosphere to space: Present-day loss rates determined from MAVEN observations and integrated loss through time
Bruce Jakosky;David Brain;Michael Chaffin;Shannon M. Curry.
MAVEN observations of the response of Mars to an interplanetary coronal mass ejection
Bruce M. Jakosky;Joseph M. Grebowsky;Janet G. Luhmann;J. Connerney.
The Imaging Ultraviolet Spectrograph (IUVS) for the MAVEN Mission
William E. McClintock;Nicholas M. Schneider;Gregory M. Holsclaw;John T. Clarke.
Space Science Reviews (2015)
Volcanic eruption plumes on Io
R. G. Strom;N. M. Schneider.
Unexpected variability of Martian hydrogen escape
Michael S. Chaffin;Jean-Yves Chaufray;Ian Stewart;Franck Montmessin.
Geophysical Research Letters (2014)
Elevated atmospheric escape of atomic hydrogen from Mars induced by high-altitude water
M. S. Chaffin;J. Deighan;N. M. Schneider;A. I. F. Stewart.
Nature Geoscience (2017)
Early MAVEN Deep Dip campaign reveals thermosphere and ionosphere variability
S. Bougher;B. Jakosky;J. Halekas;J. Grebowsky.
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