The scientist’s investigation covers issues in Mars Exploration Program, Astrobiology, Martian, Mineralogy and Perchlorate. His Mars Exploration Program research focuses on Environmental chemistry and how it connects with Carbon dioxide. The various areas that Richard C. Quinn examines in his Astrobiology study include Sulfate and Supersaturation.
His Martian study incorporates themes from Organic matter, Ultraviolet, Regolith and Exploration of Mars. His Mineralogy research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Calcium carbonate, Endothermic process, Carbon dioxide in Earth's atmosphere and Calcium. The concepts of his Perchlorate study are interwoven with issues in Martian soil and Wet chemistry.
Richard C. Quinn spends much of his time researching Astrobiology, Mars Exploration Program, Environmental science, Martian and Mineralogy. Richard C. Quinn combines subjects such as Perchlorate and Space environment with his study of Astrobiology. Richard C. Quinn has researched Mars Exploration Program in several fields, including Environmental chemistry, Atmosphere and Regolith.
His Atmosphere of Mars and CRISM study in the realm of Martian connects with subjects such as Sample Analysis at Mars. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Calcium carbonate, Endothermic process, Carbonate and Analytical chemistry. His research in Martian soil intersects with topics in Sulfate and Wet chemistry.
Richard C. Quinn spends much of his time researching Astrobiology, Life detection, Mars Exploration Program, Electrochemistry and Enceladus. Martian and Planetary science are the subjects of his Astrobiology studies. His work on Martian surface as part of his general Martian study is frequently connected to Sample Analysis at Mars and Deinococcus radiodurans, thereby bridging the divide between different branches of science.
His Mars Exploration Program research incorporates themes from Titan and Library science. His studies deal with areas such as Chemical energy, Molecule and Nicotinamide as well as Electrochemistry. His Enceladus research includes themes of Characterization, Redox, Chemical engineering and In situ.
Richard C. Quinn mainly focuses on Astrobiology, Mars Exploration Program, Planet, Planetary science and Sample Analysis at Mars. His EXPOSE study, which is part of a larger body of work in Astrobiology, is frequently linked to Outreach, bridging the gap between disciplines. His work on Library science expands to the thematically related Mars Exploration Program.
His Planet research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Extraterrestrial life, Abiogenesis and Search for extraterrestrial intelligence. His Planetary science research integrates issues from Exoplanetology, Solar System, Astrobiology Science and Technology for Exploring Planets, Origin of water on Earth and Field. The Martian study combines topics in areas such as Carbon, Pyrolysis and Mars landing.
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Detection of Perchlorate and the Soluble Chemistry of Martian Soil at the Phoenix Lander Site
M. H. Hecht;S. P. Kounaves;R. C. Quinn;S. J. West.
Mars-like soils in the Atacama Desert, Chile, and the dry limit of microbial life
Rafael Navarro-González;Fred A. Rainey;Paola Molina;Danielle R. Bagaley.
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference
R. Quinn;A. Elsaesser;P. Ehrenfreund;A. Ricco.
44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2013)
Evidence for Calcium Carbonate at the Mars Phoenix Landing Site
W. V. Boynton;D. W. Ming;S. P. Kounaves;S. M. M. Young.
On the possibility of liquid water on present‐day Mars
Robert M. Haberle;Christopher P. McKay;James Schaeffer;Nathalie A. Cabrol.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2001)
Atmospheric origins of perchlorate on Mars and in the Atacama
D. C. Catling;D. C. Catling;Mark Claire;K. J. Zahnle;R. C. Quinn;R. C. Quinn.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Epitaxial Directional Growth of Indium-Doped Tin Oxide Nanowire Arrays
Pho Nguyen;Hou T. Ng;Jing Kong;Alan M. Cassell.
Nano Letters (2003)
Spectral comparison of heavily hydrated salts with disrupted terrains on Europa
J.B. Dalton;O. Prieto-Ballesteros;J.S. Kargel;C.S. Jamieson.
Wet Chemistry experiments on the 2007 Phoenix Mars Scout Lander mission: Data analysis and results
S. P. Kounaves;M. H. Hecht;J. Kapit;J. Kapit;K. Gospodinova;K. Gospodinova.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2010)
Amino acid photostability on the Martian surface
Inge Loes Ten Kate;James R. C. Garry;Zan Peeters;Richard Quinn;Richard Quinn.
Meteoritics & Planetary Science (2005)
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