NSSDCA Master Catalog Display: Publication Query Results
Apollo lunar orbital sciences program Alpha and X-ray spectrometers - final report, Am. Sci. and Eng., Incorp., ASE-3015, Cambridge, MA, Aug. 1972.

Adler, I., X-ray emission spectrography in geology, Elsevier Publishing Co., New York, N.Y., 1966. (QE 435 A23).

Adler, I., Apollo orbital geochemistry - X-rays, In -- Signif. Accomp. in Sci., 1972, NASA-SP-331, 127-131, Greenbelt,MD, 1973.

Adler, I., et al, Apollo 15 and 16 X-ray fluorescence experiment, Space Sci. Instrum., 1, No. 3, 305-316, Aug. 1975.

Adler, I., et al, Apollo 16 geochemical X-ray fluorescence experiment - preliminary report, Science, 177, 256-259, July 1972.

Adler, I. and J. I. Trombka, Geochemical exploration of the moon and planets, Springer Verlag, New York, N.Y., 1970. (QB 591 A23).

Adler, I. and J. I. Trombka, Lunar composition from Apollo orbital measurements, IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci., NS-20, 24-32, Feb. 1973.

Adler, I., et al, Results of the Apollo 15 and 16 X-ray experiment, in -- Proc. Fourth Lunar Sci. Conf., 3, 2783-2792, Pergamon Press,New York, NY, 1973.

Adler, I., et al, Apollo 15 and 16 results of the integrated geochemical experiment, Moon, 7, 487-504, May-June 1973.

Andre, C. G. and P. L. Strain, The lunar nearside highlands: Evidence of resurfacing, J. Geophys. Res., 88, Suppl., A544-A552, Feb. 1983.

Andre, C. G., et al, Are early magnesium-rich basalts widespread on the moon?, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 10th, 1739-1751, 1979.

Clark, P., et al, Searching the Sinus Amoris: Using profiles of geological units, impact and volcanic features to characterize a major terrane interface on the moon, Earth, Moon, Planets, 64, 165-185, Feb. 1994.

Davis, P. A. and P. D. Spudis, Petrologic province maps of the lunar highlands derived from orbital geochemical data, J. Geophys. Res., 90, Suppl, D61-D74, Nov. 1985.

Fischer, E. M. and C. M. Pieters, Lunar surface aluminum and iron concentration from Galileo solid state imaging data, and the mixing of mare and highland materials, J. Geophys. Res., 100, No. E11, 23279-23290, Nov. 1995.

Hubbard, N., Regional chemical variations in lunar basaltic lavas, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 10th, 1753-1774, 1979.

Jagoda, N., et al, Apollo X-ray fluorescence spectrometer, IEEE Trans. Nucl. Sci., NS-21, 194-200, Feb. 1974.

Lucey, P. G., et al, Topographic-Compositional units on the Moon and the early evolution of the lunar crust, Science, 266, No. 5192, 1855-1858, Dec. 1994.

Maxwell, T. A., et al, Mare Crisium: Compositional inferences from low altitude X-ray fluorescence data, in -- Proc. Eighth Lunar Sci. Conf., 1, 933-944, Pergamon Press,New York, NY, 1977.

Metzger, A. E., et al, Observation of a cosmic gamma-ray burst on Apollo, Astrophys. J., 194, No. 1, Pt. 2, L19-L33, Nov. 1974.

Schultz, P. H. and P. D. Spudis, Evidence for ancient mare volcanism, Proc. Lunar Planet. Sci. Conf. 10th, 2899-2918, 1979.

Trombka, J. I., Lunar elemental analysis obtained from the Apollo gamma ray and X-ray remote sensing experiment, NASA-GSFC, TM-X-72195, Greenbelt, MD, 1974.

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