Publications

Articles in refereed journals (published or accepted)

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  1. Hibbard S. M., Williams N. R. Golombek M. P., Osinski G. R., Godin E. 2021. Evidence for widespread glaciation in Arcadia Planitia, Mars. Icarus 359:114298.
  2. Caudill C., Osinski G. R., Greenberger R. N., Tornabene L. L., Longstaffe F. J., Flemming R L., B. L. and Ehlmann B. Forthcoming. Origin of the degassing pipes at the Ries impact structure and implications for impact-induced alteration on Mars and other planetary bodies. Meteoritics & Planetary Science doi:10.1111/maps.13600.
  3. Pilles E. A., Tornabene L. L., and Osinski G. R. 2021. Impactite dykes in impact crater central uplifts: Insights from Negril crater, Mars. Icarus 355:114153.
  4. Osinski G. R., Ferrière L., Hill P. J. A., Prave A. R., Preston L. J., Singleton A., and Pickersgill A. E. 2021. The Mesoproterozoic Stac Fada Member, NW Scotland: An impact origin confirmed but refined. Journal of the Geological Society 178:jgs2020-056.
  5. Greenberger R. N., Ehlmann B. L., Osinski G. R., Tornabene L. L., Green R. O. 2020. Compositional heterogeneity of impact melt rocks at the Haughton impact structure, Canada: Implications for planetary processes and remote sensing. Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets 125: e2019JE006218.
  6. Devillepoix H. A. R., Cupák M., Bland P.A., Sansom E. K., Towner M. C., Howie R. M., Hartig B. A. D., Jansen-Sturgeon T., Shober P. M., Anderson S.L., Benedix G. K., Busan D., Sayers R., Jenniskens P., Herd , P. Carlson C. D. K., Hill P. J. A., Brown P. G., Krzeminski Z. Osinski G. R., Chennaoui Aoudjehan H., T. Shisse, Z. Benkhaldoun, A. Jabiri, M. Guennoun, A. Barka, H. Darhmaoui, L. Daly, G. S. Collins, S. McMullan, M. D. Suttle, T. Ireland, G. Bonning, L. Baeza, T. Y. Alrefay, J. Horner, T. D. Swindle, C. W. Hergenrother, M. D. Fries, A. Tomkins, A. Langendam, T. A. Rushmer, C. O’Neill, D. Janches, J. L. Hormaechea, C. Shaw J., S. Young, M. Alexander and A. D. Mardon. Forthcoming. A Global Fireball Observatory. Planetary and Space Science 191, https://doi.org/10.1016/j.pss.2020.105036.
  7. Osinski G. R., Cockell C. S., Pontefract A., and Sapers H. M. 2020. The role of meteorite impacts in the origin of life. Astrobiology 20:1121–1149.
  8. Grau Galofre A., Jellinek A. M., and Osinski G. R. 2020. Valley formation on early Mars by subglacial and fluvial erosion. Nature Geoscience 13:663–668.
  9. Simpson S. L., Osinski G. R., Longstaffe F. J., Kring D. A., Schmieder M. 2020. Hydrothermal alteration associated with the Chicxulub impact crater upper peak-ring breccias. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 547:116425.
  10. Grieve R. A. F. and Osinski G. R. 2020. The Upper Contact Unit of the Sudbury Igneous Complex (SIC) in the Garson region: Constraints on the depth of origin of a peak-ring at the Sudbury impact structure. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 55: https://doi.org/10.1111/maps.13542.
  11. Tolometti G. D., Neish C. D., Osinski G. R., Hughes S. S., Kobs Nawotniak S. E., Sehlke A. 2020. Interpretations of lava flow properties from radar remote sensing data. Planetary and Space Science 190:104991.
  12. Xie T., Osinski G. R., and Shieh S. 2020. Raman study of shock features in plagioclase feldspar from the Mistastin Lake impact structure, Canada. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 55:1471–1490.
  13. Pittarello L., Ferrière L., Feignon J-C., Osinski G. R., Koeberl C. Forthcoming. Preferred orientation distribution of shock-induced planar microstructures in quartz and feldspar. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 55:1082–1092.
  14. Kring D. A., Tikoo S. M., Schmieder M., Riller U., Rebolledo-Vieyra M., Simpson S. L., Osinski G. R., Gattacceca J., Wittmann A., Verhagen C. M., Cockell C. S., Coolen M. J. L., Longstaffe F. J., Gulick S. P. S., Morgan J. V., Bralower T. J., Chenot E., Christeson G. L., Claeys P., Ferrière L., Gebhardt C., Goto K,, Green S. L., Jones H., Lofi J., Lowery C. M., Ocampo-Torres R., Perez-Cruz L., Pickersgill A. E., Poelchau M. H., Rae A. S. P, Rasmussen C., Sato H., Smit J., Tomioka H., Urrutia-Fucugauchi J., Whalen M. T., Xiao L., and Yamaguchi K. E. 2020. Probing the hydrothermal system of the Chicxulub Impact Crater. Science Advances 6:eaaz3053.
  15. Cockell C. S., Osinski G. R., Sapers H., Pontefract A. and Parnell J. 2020. Microbial life in impact craters. Current Issues in Molecular Biology 38:75–102.
  16. Hill P. J. A., Osinski G. R., and Banerjee N. R. 2020. Through the impact glass: Insight into the evolution of melt at the Mistastin Lake impact structure. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 55:591–621.
  17. Pickersgill A. E., Mark D. F., Lee M. R., and Osinski G. R. 2020. 40Ar/39Ar geochronology of the Gow Lake impact structure, Canada. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 274:317–332.
  18. Quesnel Y., Zylberman W., Rochette P., Uehara M., Gattacceca J., Osinski G. R., Dussouillez, P., Lepaulard C., and Champollion C. 2020. Geophysical Signature of the Tunnunik Impact Structure, Northwest Territories, Canada. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 55:480–495.
  19. Anders D., Osinski G. R., Grieve R. A. F., Pilles E. A., Péntek A., Smith D. 2020. Origin and formation of Metabreccia in the Parkin Offset Dike, Sudbury impact structure, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 57:1324–1336.
  20. Choe B-H., Osinski G. R., Neish C., and Tornabene L. L. 2020. A modified semi-empirical radar scattering model for weathered rock surfaces. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 43:1–14.
  21. Osinski G. R., Grieve R. A. F., Hill P. J. A., Simpson S. L., Cockell C. S., Christeson G. L., Ebert M., Gulick S., Melosh H. J., Riller U., Tikoo S. M., and Wittmann A. 2020. Explosive interaction of impact melt and seawater following the Chicxulub impact event. Geology 48:108–112.
  22. O’CallaghanJ. W. and Osinski G. R. 2019. Geochemical and petrographic variations in pseudotachylyte along the Outer Hebrides Fault Zone, Scotland. Journal of the Geological Society 177:50–65.
  23. Choe B-H., Osinski G. R., Neish C., and Tornabene L. L. 2019. Polarimetric SAR signatures for characterizing geological units in the Canadian Arctic. IEEE Journal of Selected Topics in Applied Earth Observations and Remote Sensing 12: 4,406–4,414.
  24. Gulick S. P. S., Bralower T., Ormö J., Hall B., Grice K., Schaefer B., Lyons S., Freeman K. H., Morgan J. V, Artemieva N., Kaskes P., de Graaf S., Whalen M., Collins G. S., Tikoo S., Verhagen, C., Christeson G., Claeys P., Coolen M., Goderis S., Goto K., Grieve R. A. F., McCall N., Osinski G. R., Rae A. S. P., Riller U., Smit J., Vajda V., Wittmann A., 2019. The first day of the Cenozoic. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 116:19,342–19,351.
  25. Gattacceca J., Zylberman W., Coulter A. B., Demory F., Quesnel Y., Rochette P., Osinski G. R., Edwige B. 2019. Paleomagnetism and rock magnetism of East and West Clearwater Lake impact structures. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 56: 983–993.
  26. Rae A. S. P., Collins G. S., Morgan J. V., Salge T., Christeson G. L., Leung J., Lofi J., Gulick S. P. S., Poelchau M., Riller U., Gebhardt C., Grieve R. A. F., Osinski G. R., and IODP-ICDP Expedition 364 Scientists. 2019. Impact-induced porosity and micro-fracturing at the Chicxulub impact structure. Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets 124:1960–1978.
  27. Caudill C., Osinski G. R., Pilles E., Sapers H. M., Pontefract A., Francis R., Duff S., Laughton J., O’Callaghan J., Sopoco R., Tolometti G., Tuite M., Williford K., and Xie T. 2019. Field and laboratory validation of remote rover operations Science Team findings: The CanMars Mars Sample Return analogue mission. Planetary and Space Science 176:104682.
  28. Innis L. R. J. and Osinski G. R. 2019. Near-Earth asteroid resources: A review. Geoscience Canada 46:85–100.
  29. Hill P. J. A., Banerjee N. R., Ali A., Jabeen I.,. Osinski G. R., and Longstaffe F. J. 2019. Coupled Si and O isotope measurements of meteoritic material by laser fluorination isotope ratio mass spectrometry. Journal of Mass Spectrometry 54:667–675.
  30. Harrington E. M., Shaposhnikova M., Neish C. D., Tornabene L. L., Osinski G. R., Choe B-H., and Zanetti M. 2019. A polarimetric SAR and multispectral remote sensing approach for mapping salt diapirs: Axel Heiberg Island, NU, Canada. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 45:54–72.
  31. Bednar D., Hawkswell J., King D., Battler M., Kerrigan M., and Osinski G. R. 2019. Documentation of science and planning deliberation and decision making processes during the CanMars 2016 mission: Observations and recommendations for future missions. Planetary and Space Science 174:14–20.
  32. Tornabene L. L., Battler, M., Choe B. H., and Osinski G. R. 2019. An orbit-based remote sensing geological assessment of the CanMars Mars Sample Return Analogue Deployment (MSRAD) landing site situated in the Henry Mountains Basin, near Hanksville, Utah. Planetary and Space Science 173:14–34.
  33. Caudill C. M., Pontefract A., Osinski G. R., Tornabene L. L., Xie T., Mittelholz A., Poitras J., Simpson S., Svensson M. Grau Galofre A., Godin E., Pilles E., Francis R., Williford K., Tuite M., Battler M., Hipkin V., Haltigin T. 2019. CanMars mission Science Team operational results: Implications for operations and the sample selection process for Mars Sample Return (MSR). Planetary and Space Science 172:43–56.
  34. Fox-Powell M. G., Osinski G. R., Applin D., Stromberg J. M., Gázquez F., Cloutis E., Allender E., Cousins C. R. 2019. Natural analogue constraints on Europa’s non-ice surface material. Geophysical Research Letters 46:5759–5767.
  35. Rae A. S. P., Collins G. S., Poelchau M., Riller U., Davison T. M., Grieve R. A. F., Osinski G. R., Morgan J. V., IODP-ICDP Expedition 364 Scientists. 2019. Stress-strain evolution during peak-ring formation: A case study of the Chicxulub impact structure. Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets 124:396–417.
  36. Francis R., Pilles E. A., Osinski G. R., McIsaac K.Gaines D., and Kissi J. 2019. Utility and applications of rover science autonomy capabilities: Outcomes from a high-fidelity analogue mission simulation. Planetary and Space Science 170:52–60.
  37. Hopkins R., Osinski G. R., Collins G. 2019. Formation of complex craters in layered targets with material anisotropy. Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets 124:349–373.
  38. Morse Z., Harrington E., Hill P. J. A., Christoffersen P., Newman J., Choe B-H., Tornabene L. L., Caudill C. and Osinski G. R. 2019. The use of GIS, mapping, and immersive technologies in the CanMars Mars Sample Return analogue mission: Advantages for science interpretation and operational decision-making. Planetary and Space Science 168: 15–26.
  39. Rochette P., Alac, R., Beck P., Brocard, G., Cavosie, Debaille, V., Devouard, B., Jourdan F., Mougel B., Moustard F., Moynier F., Nomade S., Osinski G. R., Cornec J. Forthcoming. Pantasma: Evidence for a Pleistocene circa 14 km diameter impact crater in Nicaragua Meteoritics & Planetary Science 54:880–901.
  40. Hill P. J. A., Osinski G. R., Banerjee N. R., Korotev R. L., Nasir S. J., and Herd C. D. K. 2019. Petrography and geochemistry of lunar meteorites Dhofar 1673, 1983, and 1984. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 54:300–320.
  41. Osinski G. R., Battler M., Caudill C. M., Francis R., Haltigin T., Hipkin V. J., Kerrigan M., Pilles E., Pontefract A., Tornabene L. L., Allard P., Bakambu J. N., Balachandran K., Beaty D., Bednar D., Bina A., Bourassa M., Cao F., Christoffersen P., Choe B-H., Cloutis E., Cote K., Cross M., D’Aoust B., Draz O., Dudley B., Duff S., Dzamba T., Fulford P., Godin E., Goordial J., Grau A., Haid T., Harrington E., Harrison T., Hawkswell J., Hickson D., Hill P., Innis L., King D., Kissi J., Laughton J., Li Y., Lymer B., Maggiori C., Maloney M., Marion C. L., Maris J., Mcfadden S., McLennan S. M., Mittelholz A., Morse Z., Newman J., O’Callaghan J., Pascual A., Patel P., Picard M., Pritchard I., Poitras J., Ryan C., Sapers H., Silber E. A., Simpson S., Sopoco R., Svensson M., Tolometti G., Uribe D., Wilks R., Williford K., Xie T., Zylberman W. 2019. The CanMars Mars Sample Return Analogue Mission. Planetary and Space Science 166:110–130.
  42. Balme M., Curtis-Rouse M.C., Banham S., Barnes D., Barnes R., Bauer A., Bedford C., Bridges J., Butcher F. E. G., Caballo P., Caldwell A., Coates A., Cousins C., Davis J. M., Dequaire J., Edwards J., Fawdon P., Furuya K., Gadd M., Get P., Griffiths A., Grindrod P. M., Gunn M., Gupta S., Hansen R., Harris J. K., Holt J., Huber B., Huntly C., Hutchinson I., Jackson L., Kay S., Kyberd S., Lerman H. N., McHugh M., McMahon W., Muller J-P., Osinski G. R., Paar G., Preston L. J., Schwenzer S., Stabbins R., Tao Y., Traxler C., Turner S., Tyler L., Venn S., Walker H., Wilcox T., Wright J., Yeomans B. 2019. The 2016 UK Space Agency Mars Utah Rover Field Investigation (MURFI). Planetary and Space Science 165:31–56.
  43. Bourassa M., Osinski G. R., Tornabene L. L., Caudill C., Christoffersen P., Daly M., Godin E., Pilles E. A., and Ryan C. 2019. TEMMI, a Three-dimensional Exploration Multispectral Microscope Imager for planetary-exploration missions. Planetary and Space Science 165:57–74.
  44. Pilles E. A., Cross M., Caudill C., Francis R., Newman J., Bourassa M., Hipkin V., Battler M., Silber E., McLennan S., Williford K., Haltigin T., Kerrigan M., and Osinski G. R. 2019. Exploring new models for improving planetary rover operations efficiency through the 2016 CanMars Mars Sample Return (MSR) Analogue Deployment. Planetary and Space Science 165:250–259.
  45. Lepaulard C., Gattacceca J., Swanson-Hysell N., Quesnel Y., Demory F., Osinski G. R. 2019. A Paleozoic age for the Tunnunik impact structure. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 54:740–751.
  46. Godin E., Osinski G. R., Harrison T. N., Pontefract A., Zanetti M. 2019. Geomorphology of gullies at Thomas Lee Inlet, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 30:19–34.
  47. Osinski G. R., Silber E. A., Clayton J., Grieve R. A. F., Hansen K., Johnson C. L., Kalynn J., Tornabene L. L. 2019. Transitional impact craters on the Moon: Insight into the effect of target lithology on the impact cratering process. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 54:573–591.
  48. Choe B-H., Tornabene L. L., Osinski G. R., and Newman J. D. 2019. Remote predictive mapping of the Tunnunik impact structure in the Canadian Arctic using multispectral and polarimetric SAR data fusion. Canadian Journal of Remote Sensing 44:513–531.
  49. Shu L., Osinski G. R., McIsaac K., and Dong W. 2018. An automatic methodology for analyzing sorting level of rock particles. Computers & Geosciences 120:97–104.
  50. Caudill C. M., Osinski G. R., and Tornabene. L. L. 2018. Ejecta deposits of Bakhuysen Crater, Mars. Icarus 314:175–194.
  51. Mader M. M. and Osinski G. R. 2018. Impactites of the Mistastin Lake impact structure: Insights into impact ejecta emplacement Meteoritics & Planetary Science 53:2492–2518.
  52. Pilles E. A., Osinski G. R., Grieve R. A. F., Smith D., and Bailey J. 2018. Formation of large-scale impact melt dikes: A case study of the Foy Offset Dike at the Sudbury impact structure, Canada. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 495:224–233.
  53. Shu L., McIsaac K., and Osinski G. R. 2018. Hyperspectral image classification with stacking spectral patches and convolutional neural networks. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 56:5975–5984.
  54. Grau Galofre A.,Jellinek A. M., Osinski G. R., Zanetti M., and Kukko A. 2018. Subglacial drainage patterns of Devon Island, Canada: Detailed comparison of river and tunnel valleys. The Cyrosphere 12:1461–1478.
  55. Shu L., McIsaac K., and Osinski G. R. 2018. Learning spatial-spectral features for hyperspectral image classification. IEEE Transactions on Geoscience and Remote Sensing 56: 5138–5147.
  56. Ali A., Jabeen I., Banerjee N. R., Osinski G. R., Nicklin I., Gregory D., Herrmann P. 2018. The oxygen isotope compositions of olivine in main group (MG) pallasites: New measurements by adopting an improved laser fluorination approach. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 53:1223–1237.
  57. Osinski G. R., Grieve R. A. F., Bleacher J. E., Neish C. D., Pilles E. A. and Tornabene L. L. 2018. Igneous rocks formed by hypervelocity impact. Journal of Volcanological and Geothermal Research 353:25–54.
  58. Zhang F., Zhua M.-H., Bugiolacchia R., Huang Q., Osinski G. R., Xiao L., Zou Y. L. 2018. Diversity of basaltic lunar volcanism associated with buried impact structures: Implications for intrusive and extrusive events Icarus 307:216–234.
  59. Morse Z. R., Osinski G. R., and Tornabene L. L. 2018. New morphological mapping and interpretation of ejecta deposits from Orientale Basin on the Moon. Icarus 299: 253–271.
  60. Tornabene L. L., Watters W. A., Osinski G. R., Boyce J. M., Harrison T. N., Ling V., McEwen A. S. 2018. A depth versus diameter scaling relationship for the best-preserved melt-bearing complex craters on Mars. Icarus 299:68–83.
  61. Sapers H. M., Ronholm J., Raymond-Bouchard I., Comery R., Osinski G. R., and Whyte L. 2017. Biological characterization of microenvironments in a hypersaline cold spring Mars analogue. Frontiers in Microbiology 8: doi:10.3389/fmicb.2017.02527.
  62. Pilles E. A., Osinski G. R., Grieve R. A. F., Coulter A. B., Smith D., and Bailey J. 2018. The Pele Offset Dykes, Sudbury impact structure, Canada. Canadian Journal of Earth Science 55: 230–240.
  63. Weitz N., Zanetti M., Osinski G. R., and Fastook J. L. 2018. Modeling concentric crater fill in Utopia Planitia, Mars, with an ice flow line model. Icarus 308: 209–220.
  64. Pilles E. A., Osinski G. R. Grieve R. A. F., Smith D., and Bailey J. 2017. Chemical variations and genetic relationships between the Hess and the Foy Offset Dikes at the Sudbury impact structure. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 52:2647–2671.
  65. O’CallaghanJ. W., Linnen R. L. LightfootP. C. and Osinski G. R. 2017. Contrasting mineralogical and geochemical characteristics of Sudbury breccia adjacent to footwall Cu-Ni-PGE sulfide in the Creighton and Coleman Deposits. Canadian Mineralogist 55:909–943.
  66. Ali A., Nasir S. J., Jabeen I., Al Rawas, Banerjee N. R., and Osinski G. R. 2017. Chemical and oxygen isotopic properties of ordinary chondrites (H5, L6) from Oman: Signs of isotopic equilibrium during thermal metamorphism. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 52: 2097–2112.
  67. Ali A., Nasir S. J., Jabeen I., Al Rawas, Banerjee N. R., and Osinski G. R. 2017. Geochemical and oxygen isotope perspective of a new R chondrite Dhofar 1671: Affinity with ordinary chondrites Meteoritics & Planetary Science 52:1991–2003.
  68. Zylberman W., Quesnel Y., Rochette P., Osinski G. R., Marion C., and Gattacceca J. 2017. Hydrothermally-enhanced magnetization at the center of the Haughton impact structure? Meteoritics & Planetary Science 52: 2147–2165.
  69. Hui H., Guan Y., Chen Y., Peslier A. H., Zhang Y., Liu Y., Flemming R. L., Rossman G. R., Eiler J. M., Neal C. R., Osinski G. R. 2017. A heterogeneous lunar interior for hydrogen isotopes as revealed by the lunar highlands samples. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 473:14–23.
  70. Shu L., McIssac K., Osinski G. R., Francis R. 2017. Unsupervised feature learning for autonomous rock image classification. Computers & Geosciences 106:10–17.
  71. Silber E. A., Osinski G. R., Johnson B. C., Grieve R. A. F. 2017. Effect of impact velocity and acoustic fluidization on the simple-to-complex transition of lunar craters. Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets doi. 2016JE005236RR.
  72. Rae A. S. P., Collins G. S., Grieve R. A. F., Osinski G. R., Morgan J. V. 2017. Complex crater formation: Insights from combining observations of shock pressure distribution with numerical models at the West Clearwater Lake impact structure. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 52: 1330–1350.
  73. McCraig M. A., Osinski G. R., Cloutis E. A., Flemming R. L., Izawa M. R. M., Reddy V., Fieber-Beyere S. K., Pompilio L., van der Meerg F., Abell P. A., Kelley M. S., Bergera J. A., Bramble M. S. and Applin D. M. 2017. Fitting the curve in Excel®: Systematic curve fitting of laboratory and remotely sensed planetary spectra. Computers & Geosciences 100:103–114.
  74. Hopkins R. T., Tornabene L. L., and Osinski G. R. 2017. The central uplift of Elorza Crater: Insights into its geology and possible relationships to the Valles Marineris and Tharsis regions. Icarus 284:284–304.
  75. Sapers H. M., Osinski G. R., Flemming R. L., Buitenhuis E., Banerjee N. R., Tornabene L. L., Blain S., and Hainge J. 2017. Evidence for a spatially extensive hydrothermal system at the Ries impact structure, Germany. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 52:351–371.
  76. Coates A. J., Jaumann R., Griffiths A. D., Leff C. E., Schmitz N., Josset J. L., Paar G., Gunn M., Hauber E., Cousins C. R., Cross R. E., Grindrod P., Bridges J. C., Balme M., Gupta S., Crawford I. A., Irwin P., Stabbins R., Tirsch D., Vago J. L., Theodorou T., Caballo-Perucha M., Osinski G. R., and the PanCam team. 2017. The PanCam instrument for the ExoMars rover. Astrobiology  17: 511–541.
  77. Morgan J., Gulick S., Bralower T., Chenot E., Christeson G., Claeys P., Cockell C., Collins G. S., Coolen M. J. L., Ferrière L., Gebhardt C., Goto K., Jones H., Kring D. A., Le Ber E., Lofi J., Long X., Lowery C., Mellett C., Ocampo-Torres R., Osinski G. R., Perez-Cruz L., Pickersgill A., Pölchau M., Rae A., Rasmussen C., Rebolledo-Vieyra M., Riller U., Sato H., Schmitt D. R., Smit J., Tikoo S., Tomioka N., Urrutia-Fucugauchi J., Whalen M., Wittmann A., Yamaguchim K., and Zylberman W. 2016. The formation of peak rings in large impact craters. Science 354:878–882.
  78. Stuurman C. M., Osinski G. R., Holt J. W., Levy J. S., Brothers T. C., Kerrigan M., and Campbell B. A. 2016. SHARAD detection and characterization of subsurface water ice deposits in Utopia Planitia, Mars. Geophysical Research Letters 43:9,484–9,491.
  79. Osinski G. R., Grieve R. A. F., Chanou A., and Sapers H. M. 2016. The “suevite” conundrum, Part 1: The Ries suevite and Sudbury Onaping Formation compared. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 51:2,316–2,333.
  80. Neish C. D., Hamilton C. W., Hughes S. S., Kobs Nawotniak S., Garry W. B., Skok J. R., Elphic R. W., Schaefer E., Carter L. M., Bandfield J. L., Osinski G. R., Lim D., Heldmann J. L. 2017. Terrestrial analogues for lunar impact melt flows. Icarus 281:73–89.
  81. Osinski G. R. and Ferrière L. 2016. Shatter cones: (Mis)understood? Science Advances 2:e1600616.
  82. Greenberger R. N., Mustard J. F., Osinski G. R., Tornabene L. L., Pontefract A. J., Marion C. L., Flemming R. L., Wilson J. H., and Cloutis E. A. 2016. Hyperspectral mapping of alteration assemblages within a hydrothermal vug at the Haughton impact structure, Canada. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 51:2,274–2,292.
  83. O’Callaghan J. W., Osinski G. R., Lightfoot P. C., Linnen R. L. and Weirich J. R. 2016. Reconstructing the geochemical signature of Sudbury Breccia, Ontario, Canada: Implications for its formation and trace metal content. Economic Geology 111:1705–1729.
  84. Pontefract A., Osinski G. R., Cockell C. S., Southam G., McCausland P. J. A., Umoh J., Holdsworth D. A. 2016. Microbial diversity of impact-generated habitats. Astrobiology 16:775–786.
  85. Jones E., Caprarelli G., and Osinski G. R. 2016. Insights into complex layered ejecta emplacement and subsurface stratigraphy in Chryse Planitia, Mars, through an analysis of THEMIS brightness temperature data. Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets 121:986–1015.
  86. Cohen B. A., Lim D. S. S., Young K. E., Brunner A., Elphic R. C., Horne A., Kerrigan M. C., Osinski G. R ., Skok J. R., Squyres S. W., Saint-Jacques D., and Heldmann J. L. 2015. Pre-mission input requirements to enable successful sample collection by a remote field/EVA team. Journal of Human Performance in Extreme Environments: 12: Article 7. http://dx.doi.org/10.7771/2327-2937.1071.
  87. Osinski G. R., Bunch T. E., Flemming R., Buitenhuis E., and Wittke J. H. 2015. Impact melt- and projectile-bearing ejecta at Barringer Crater, Arizona. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 432:283–292.
  88. Sears D. W. G., Tornabene L. L., Osinski G. R., Hughes S. S. and Heldmann J. L. 2015. Formation of the “ponds” on asteroid (433) Eros by fluidization. Planetary and Space Science 117:106–118.
  89. Pickersgill A. E., Flemming R. L., and Osinski G. R. 2015. Toward quantification of strain-related mosaicity in shocked lunar and terrestrial plagioclase by in situ micro-X-ray diffraction. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 50:1851–1862.
  90. Sapers H. M., Banerjee N. R., and Osinski G. R. 2015. Potential for impact glass to preserve microbial metabolism. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 430:95–104.
  91. Pickersgill A. E., Osinski G. R., and Flemming R. L. 2015. Shock effects in plagioclase feldspar from the Mistastin Lake impact structure, Canada. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 50:1546–1561.
  92. Anders D., Osinski G. R., Grieve R. A. F., and Brillinger D. T. M. 2015. The Basal Onaping Intrusion in the North Range: Roof rocks of the Sudbury Igneous Complex. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 50:1577–1594.
  93. Hervéa G., Gildera S. A., Marion C. L., Osinski G. R., Pohl J., Petersen N., and Sylvester P. 2015. Paleomagnetic and rock magnetic study of the Mistastin Lake impact structure (Labrador, Canada): Implications for geomagnetic perturbation and shock effects. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 417:151–163.
  94. Harrison T. N., Osinski G. R., Tornabene L. L., and Jones E. 2015. Global documentation of gullies with the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter Context Camera and implications for their formation. Icarus 252: 236–254.
  95. Jones E. and Osinski G. R. 2015. Using Martian single and double layered ejecta craters to probe subsurface stratigraphy. Icarus 247:260–278.
  96. Schmieder M., Schwarz, W. H., Trieloff M., Tohver E., E. Buchner, Hopp J., and Osinski G. R. 2015. New 40Ar/39Ar dating of the Clearwater Lake impact structures (Québec, Canada) – Not the binary asteroid impact it seems? Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 148:304–324.
  97. Sapers H. M., Banerjee N. R., Osinski G. R., and Preston L. and Ferrière L. 2014. Enigmatic tubular features in impact glass: REPLY. Geology 42:e348 doi: 10.1130/G36073Y.1.
  98. Sapers H. M., Osinski G. R., Banerjee N. B., Ferrière L., Lambert P., Izawa M. R. M. 2014. Revisiting the Rochechouart impact structure, France. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 49:2152–2168.
  99. Neish C. D., Madden J., Carter L. M., Hawke B. R., Giguere T., Bray V. J., Osinski G. R., and Cahill J. T. S. 2014. Global distribution of lunar impact melt flows. Icarus 239:105–117.
  100. Pontefract A., Osinski G. R., Cockell C. S., McCausland P. J. and Southam G. 2014. Impact-generated endolithic habitats within crystalline rocks of the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canada. Astrobiology 14:522–533.
  101. Sapers H. M., Osinski G. R., Banerjee N. R., and Preston L. 2014. Enigmatic tubular features in impact glass. Geology 42:471–474.
  102. Bramble M., Flemming R., Hutter J., Battler M. M., Osinski G. R., and Banerjee N. R. 2014. A temperature-controlled sample stage for in situ micro-X-ray diffraction: Application to Mars analogue mirabilite-bearing perennial cold spring precipitate mineralogy. American Mineralogist 99:943–947.
  103. Chanou A., Osinski G. R., and Grieve R. A. F. 2014. A methodology for the semi-automatic digital image analysis of fragmental impactites. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 49:621–635.
  104. Haltigin T. W., Pollard W. H., Dutilleul P., Osinski G. R., and Koponen L. 2014. Co-evolution of polygonal and scalloped terrains, southwestern Utopia Planitia, Mars. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 387:1:44–54.
  105. Francis R., Moores J., McIsaac K., Choi D., and Osinski G. R. 2014. Observations of wind direction by automated analysis of images from Mars and the MSL rover. Acta Astronautica 94:776–783.
  106. Thomson L. I., Osinski G. R., and Pollard W. H. 2013. Application of the Brewster angle to quantify the dielectric properties of ground ice formations. Journal of Applied Geophysics 99:12–17.
  107. Tornabene L. L., Osinski G. R., McEwen A. S., Wray J. J. and Christensen P. R. 2013. An impact origin for hydrated silicates on Mars: A synthesis. Journal of Geophysical Research – Planets 118:994–1012.
  108. Quesnel Y., Gattacceca J., Osinski G. R., and Rochette P. 2013. Origin of the central magnetic anomaly at the Haughton impact structure, Canada. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 367:116–122.
  109. Osinski G. R., Tornabene L. L., Banerjee N. R., Cockell C. S., Flemming R., Izawa M. R. M., McCutcheon J., Parnell J., Preston L., Pickersgill A. E., Pontefract A., Sapers H. M., and Southam G. 2013. Impact-generated hydrothermal systems on Earth and Mars. Icarus 224:347 – 363.
  110. Battler M. M., Osinski G. R., and Banerjee N. R. 2013. Mineralogy of saline perennial cold springs on Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada and implications for spring deposits on Mars. Icarus 224:364–381.
  111. Battler M. M., Osinski G. R., Lim D. S. S., Davila A. F., Michel F., Craig M. A., Izawa M. R. M., Leoni L., Slater G. F., Fairén A. G., Banerjee N. R., and Preston L. P. 2013. Characterization of the acidic cold seep emplaced jarositic Golden Deposit, NWT, Canada, as an analogue for jarosite deposition on Mars. Icarus 224:382–398.
  112. Antonenko I., Osinski G. R., Battler M., Beauchamp M., Cupelli L., Chanou A., Francis R., Mader M. M., Marion C., McCullough E., Pickersgill A. E., Preston L. J., Shankar B., Unrau T., and Veillette D. 2013. Issues of geologically-focused situational awareness in robotic planetary missions: Lessons from an analogue mission at Mistastin Lake impact structure, Labrador, Canada. Advances in Space Research 52:272–284.
  113. Kalynn K., Johnson C. L., Osinski G. R., Barnouin O. 2013. Topographic characterization of lunar complex craters. Geophysical Research Letters 40:38–42.
  114. Shankar B., Osinski G. R., Antonenko I., and Neish C. A. 2013. A multispectral geological study of the Schrödinger impact basin. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 50:44–63.
  115. Pontefract A., Osinski G. R., Lindgren P., Parnell J., Cockell C. S., and Southam G. 2012. The effects of meteorite impacts on the availability of bioessential elements for endolithic organisms. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 47:168–1691.
  116. Fernández-Remolara D. C., Preston L. J., Sánchez-Romána M., Izawa M. R. M., Huang L., Southam G., Banerjee N. R., Osinski G. R., Flemming R., Gómez-Ortíz D., Prieto Ballesterosa O., Rodrígueza N., Amilsa R., M. D. Dyar. 2012. Carbonate precipitation under bulk acidic conditions as a potential biosignature for searching life on Mars. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 351–352:13–26.
  117. Thomson L. I., Osinski G. R., and Pollard W. H. 2012. Factors controlling the dielectric signature of terrestrial ground ice and considerations for planetary exploration using ground-penetrating radar. Journal of Geophysical Research 117:E09003:doi:10.1029/2012JE004053.
  118. Haltigin T. W., Pollard W. H., Dutilleul P., and Osinski G. R. 2012. Geometric evolution of polygonal terrain networks in the Canadian High Arctic: evidence of increasing regularity over time. Permafrost and Periglacial Processes 23:178–186.
  119. Tornabene L. L., Osinski G. R., McEwen A. S., Boyce J. M., Bray V. J., Caudill C. M., Grant J. A., Mattson S., Mouginis-Mark P. J. 2012. Widespread crater-related pitted materials on Mars: Further evidence for the role of target volatiles during the impact process. Icarus 220:348–368.
  120. Moores J. E., Francis R., Mader M., Osinski G. R., Barfoot T., Barry N., Basic G., Battler M., Beauchamp M., Blain S., Bondy M., Capitan R. D., Chanou A., Clayton J., Cloutis E., Daly M., Dickinson C., Dong H., Flemming R., Furgale P., Gammel J., Ghafoor N., Hussein M., Grieve R. A. F., Henry H., Jaziobedski P., Lambert A., Leung K., Marion C., McCullough E., McManus C., Neish C., Ng H. K., Ozaruk A., Pickersgill A., Preston L. J., Redman D., Sapers H., Shankar B., Singleton A., Souders K., Stenning B., Stooke P., Sylvester P., and Tornabene L. L. 2012. A mission control architecture for robotic lunar sample return as field tested in an analogue deployment to the Sudbury impact structure. Advances in Space Research 50:1666–1686.
  121. Parnell J., Boyce A., Osinski G. R., Izawa M. R., Banerjee N., Flemming R., and Lee P. 2012. Evidence for life in the isotopic analysis of surface sulphates in the Haughton impact structure, and potential application on Mars. International Journal of Astrobiology 11:93–101.
  122. Collins G., Melosh H. J., and Osinski G. R. 2012. The impact cratering process. Elements 8:25–30.
  123. Singleton A. C., Osinski G. R., Moser D., and McCausland P. J. A. 2011. Shock induced changes in density and porosity in shock metamorphosed crystalline rocks, Haughton impact structure. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 46:1774–1786.
  124. Thomson L. I., Osinski G. R., and Ommanney S. L. 2011. Glacier change on Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada. Journal of Glaciology 57:1079–1086.
  125. Izawa M. R. M., Banerjee N. R., Osinski G. R., Flemming R. L., Parnell J., and Cockell C. S. 2011. Weathering of post-impact hydrothermal deposits from the Haughton impact structure: implications for microbial colonization and biosignature preservation. Astrobiology 11:537–550.
  126. Osinski G. R., Tornabene L. L., and Grieve R. A. F. 2011. Impact ejecta emplacement on terrestrial planets. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 310:167–181.
  127. Ferrière L., Lubala F. R. T., Osinski G. R., and Kaseti P. K. 2011. The newly-confirmed Luizi impact structure, Democratic Republic of Congo – Insights into central uplift formation and post-impact erosion. Geology 39:851–854.
  128. Barfoot T. D., Furgale P. T., Stenning B., Carle P., Thomson L., Osinski G. R., Daly M., and Ghafoor N. 2011. Field testing of a rover guidance, navigation, and control architecture to support a ground-ice prospecting mission to Mars. Robotics and Autonomous Systems 59:472–488.
  129. Preston L. J., ShusterJ., Fernández-RemolarD., BanerjeeN., OsinskiG. R., and Southam G. 2011. The preservation and degradation of filamentous bacteria and biomolecules within iron oxide deposits at Rio Tinto, Spain. Geobiology 9:233–249.
  130. Antonenko I. and Osinski G. R. 2011. Automated identification of basalt spectra in Clementine lunar data. Planetary and Space Science 59:715–721.
  131. Pearce G., Osinski G. R., and Soare R. J. 2011. Intra-crater glacial processes in central Utopia Planitia, Mars. Icarus 212:86–95.
  132. Lim D. S. S., Warman G. L., Gernhardt M. L., Mckay C. P., Fong T., Marinova M. M., Davila A. F., Andersen D., Brady A. L., Cardman Z., Cowie B., Delaney M. D., Fairèn A. G., Forrest A. L., Heaton J., Laval B. E., Arnold R., Nuytten P., Osinski G. R., Reay M., Reid D., Schulze-Makuch D., Shepard R., Slater G. F. and Williams D. 2010. Scientific field training for human planetary exploration. Planetary and Space Science 58:920-930.
  133. Cockell C. S., Osinski G. R., Banerjee N R., Howard K., Gilmour I., Watson J. S. 2010. The microbe-mineral environment and gypsum neogenesis in a weathered polar evaporite. Geobiology 8:293–308.
  134. Furgale P. T., Barfoot T. D., Osinski G. R., Williams K., and Ghafoor N. 2010. Field testing of an integrated surface/subsurface modeling technique for planetary exploration. International Journal of Robotics Research 29:1529-1549.
  135. Renne P. R., Schwarcz H. P., Kleindienst M. R., Osinski G. R., and Donovan J. J. 2010. Age of the Dakhleh impact event and implications for Middle Stone Age archeology in the Western Desert of Egypt. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 291:201–206.
  136. Ferrière L., Raiskila S., Osinski G. R., Pesonen L., and Lehtinen M. 2010. The Keurusselkä impact structure, Finland – Impact origin confirmed by characterization of planar deformation features in quartz grains. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 45:3:434–446.
  137. Parnell J., Taylor C., Thackrey S., Osinski G. R., and Lee P. 2010. Permeability data for impact breccias imply focussed hydrothermal fluid flow. Journal of Geochemical Exploration 106:171–175.
  138. Parnell J., Boyce A., Thackrey S., Muirhead D., Lindgren P., Mason C., Taylor C., Still J., Bowden S., Osinski G. R., and Lee P. 2010. Sulfur isotope signatures for rapid colonization of an impact crater by thermophilic microbes. Geology 38:3:271-274.
  139. Osinski G. R., Lee P., Cockell C. S., Snook K., Lim D. S. S., and Braham S. 2010. Field geology on the Moon: Some lessons learned from the exploration of the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic. Planetary and Space Science 58:646–657.
  140. Barfoot T., Furgale P., Osinski G. R., Ghafoor N., Williams K. 2010. Field testing of a mission concept to robotically prospect for ground ice in Martian polygonal terrain. Planetary and Space Science 58:671–681.
  141. Singleton A. C., Osinski G. R., Samson C., Williamson M-C., Holladay S. 2010. Electromagnetic characterization of polar ice wedge polygons: Implications for periglacial studies on Mars and Earth. Planetary and Space Science 58:472–481.
  142. Cloutis E. A, Grasby S. E., Last W. M., Léveillé R., Osinski G. R., and Sherriff B. L. 2010. Spectral reflectance properties of carbonates from terrestrial analogue environments: Implications for Mars. Planetary and Space Science 58:522–537.
  143. Osinski G. R., Barfoot T. D., Ghafoor N., Izawa M., Banerjee N., Jasiobedzki P., Tripp J., Richards R., Auclair S., Sapers H., Thomson L., and Flemming R. 2010. Lidar and the mobile Scene Modeler (mSM) as scientific tools for planetary exploration. Planetary and Space Science 58:691–700.
  144. Soare R. J. and Osinski G. R. 2009. Stratigraphical evidence of late Amazonian periglaciation and glaciation in the Astapus Colles region of Mars. Icarus 202:17–21.
  145. Smith J. R., Kleindienst M. R., Schwarcz H. P., Churcher C. S., Kieniewicz J. M., Osinski G. R., Haldemann A. F. C. 2009. Potential consequences of a Mid-Pleistocene impact event for the Middle Stone Age occupants of Dakhleh Oasis, Western Desert, Egypt. Quaternary International 195:138–149.
  146. Lindgren P., Parnell J., Bowden S., Taylor C., Osinski G. R., and Lee P. 2009. Preservation of biological markers in clasts within impact melt breccias from the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island. Astrobiology 9:4:391–400.
  147. Osinski G. R., Kieniewicz J. M., Smith J. R., Boslough M. B. E., Eccleston M., Schwarcz H. P., Kleindienst M. R., Haldemann A. F. C., Churcher C. S. 2008. The Dakhleh Glass: Product of an impact airburst or cratering event in the Western Desert of Egypt? Meteoritics & Planetary Science 43:12: 2089–2107.
  148. Muttik N., Kirsimäe, K., Somelar P., Osinski G. R. 2008. Post-impact alteration of surficial suevites in Ries crater, Germany: Hydrothermal modification or weathering processes? Meteoritics & Planetary Science 43:11:1827–1840.
  149. Collins G. S., Kenkmann T., Osinski G. R., and Wünnemann K. 2008. Mid-size complex crater formation in mixed crystalline–sedimentary targets: Insight from modeling and observation. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 43:12:1955–1977.
  150. Osinski G. R., Grieve R. A. F., Collins G. S., Marion C., and Sylvester P. 2008. The effect of target lithology on the products of impact melting. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 43:12:1939–1954.
  151. Soare R. J., Osinski G. R., and Roehm C. L. 2008. Thermokarst lakes and ponds on Mars in the very recent (late Amazonian) past. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 272:382–393.
  152. Wünnemann K., Collins G. S., and Osinski G. R. 2008. Numerical modeling of impact melt production in porous rocks. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 269:3–4:530–539.
  153. Motto-Ros V., Koujelev A. S., Osinski G. R., and Dudelzak A. E. 2008. Quantitative multi-elemental laser-induced breakdown spectroscopy using artificial neural networks. Journal of the European Optical Society: Rapid Publications 3:08011.
  154. Brack A., Brandstätter F., Baglioni P., Cockell C., Demets R., Edwards H., Kurat G., Osinski G. R., Pillinger J., Roten C-A., Sancisi-Frey S. 2008. Mineralogical alteration of artificial meteorites during atmospheric entry. The STONE-5 experiment. Planetary and Space Science 56:7: 976–984.
  155. Parnell J., Bowden S., Osinski G. R., Taylor C. W., and Lee P. 2008. The transfer of organic signatures from bedrock to sediment. Chemical Geology 247:242–252.
  156. Osinski G. R. 2007. Impact metamorphism of CaCO3-bearing sandstones at the Haughton structure, Canada. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 42:11:1945–1960.
  157. Cockell C. S. and Osinski G. R. 2007. Impact-induced impoverishment and transformation of a sandstone habitat for lithophytic microorganisms. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 42:11:1985–1993.
  158. Parnell J., Bowden S. A., Osinski G. R., Lee P., Green P., Taylor C., and Baron M. 2007. Organic geochemistry of impactites from the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 71:7:1800–1819.
  159. Soare R. J., Kargel J. S., Osinski G. R., and Costard F. 2007. Gully formation, periglacial processes and evidence of near-surface ground-ice in Utopia and western Elysium Planitia. Icarus 191:1:95–112.
  160. Cockell C. S., Brack A., Wynn-Williams D. D., Baglioni P., Brandstätter F., Demets R., Edwards H., Gronstal A., Kurat G., Lee P., Osinski G. R., Pearce D., Pillinger J., Roten C., Sancisi-Frey S. 2007. A Selective dispersal filter in planetary island biogeography. Astrobiology 7:1:1–9.
  161. Osinski G. R., Schwarcz H. P., Smith J., Kleindienst M. R., Haldemann A. F. C., and Churcher C. S. 2007. Evidence for a 100–200 ka meteorite impact in Western Egypt. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 253:3–4:378–388.
  162. Osinski G. R., Léveillé R., Berinstain A., Lebeuf M., and Bamsey M. 2006. Terrestrial analogues to Mars and the Moon: Canada’s role. Geoscience Canada 33:4: 175–188.
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  164. Osinski G. R., Lee P., Spray J. G., Parnell J., Lim D., Bunch T. E., Cockell C. S., and Glass B. 2005. Geological overview and cratering model for the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 40:12:1759–1776.
  165. Sherlock S., Kelley S., Parnell J., Green P., Lee P., Osinski G. R., and Cockell C. S. 2005. Re-evaluating the age of the Haughton impact event. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 40:12:1777–1788.
  166. Tornabene L. L., Moersch J. E., Osinski G. R., Lee P., and Wright S. P. 2005. Spaceborne remote-sensing and mapping of the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, High Canadian Arctic: Applications to Mars. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 40:12:1835–1858.
  167. Cockell C. S., Lee P., Broady P., Lim D. S. S., Osinski G. R., Parnell J., Koeberl C., and Pesonen L. 2005. Effects of asteroid and comet impacts on lithophytic habitats – A synthesis. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 40:12:1901–1914.
  168. Osinski G. R. and Lee P. 2005. Intra-crater sedimentary deposits at the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 40:12:1887–1900.
  169. Osinski G. R. 2005. Hydrothermal activity associated with the Ries impact event, Germany. Geofluids 5:202–220.
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  171. Parnell J., Osinski G. R., Lee P., Green P. F., and Baron M. J. 2005. Thermal alteration of organic matter in an impact crater and the duration of post-impact heating. Geology 33:5:373–376.
  172. Osinski G. R., Spray J. G., and Lee P. 2005. Impactites of the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 40:12:1789–1812.
  173. Osinski G. R., Parnell J., Lee P., Spray J. G., and Baron M. J. 2005. A case study of impact-induced hydrothermal activity: The Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 40:12:1859–1878.
  174. Parnell J., Bowden S., Osinski G. R., Lee P., and Cockell C. S. 2005. Application of organic geochemistry to detect signatures of organic matter in the Haughton impact structure. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 40:12:1879–1886.
  175. Osinski G. R. 2004. Impact melt rocks from the Ries impact structure, Germany: An origin as impact melt flows? Earth and Planetary Science Letters 226:3–4:529–543.
  176. Osinski G. R., Grieve R. A. F., and Spray J. G. 2004. The nature of the groundmass of surficial suevites from the Ries impact structure, Germany, and constraints on its origin. Meteoritics and Planetary Science 39:10:1655–1684.
  177. Parnell J., Lee P., Cockell C. S., and Osinski G. R. 2004. Microbial colonization in impact-generated hydrothermal sulphate deposits, Haughton impact structure, and implications for sulphates on Mars. International Journal of Astrobiology 3:247–256.
  178. Osinski G. R. 2003. Impact glasses in fallout suevites from the Ries impact structure, Germany: An analytical SEM study. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 38:11:1641–1668.
  179. Osinski G. R. and Spray J. G. 2003. Evidence for the shock melting of sulfates from the Haughton impact structure, Arctic Canada. Earth and Planetary Science Letters 215:3–4:357–370.
  180. Cockell C. S., Osinski G. R., and Lee P. 2003. The impact crater as a habitat: Effects of impact alteration of target materials. Astrobiology 3:181–191.
  181. Cockell C. S., Lee P., Osinski G. R., Horneck G., and Broady P. 2002. Impact-induced formation of microbial endolithic habitats. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 37:1287–1298.
  182. Osinski G. R., Spray J. G., and Lee P. 2001. Impact-induced hydrothermal activity in the Haughton impact structure, Canada: Generation of a transient, warm, wet oasis. Meteoritics & Planetary Science 36:731–745.
  183. Osinski G. R., Alsop G. I., and Oliver G. J. H. 2001. Extensional tectonics of the Outer Hebrides Fault Zone, NW Scotland. Geological Magazine 138:325–344.