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Employment History

2010 – present: University of British Columbia, Vancouver. Professor of Geophysics
2010 – present: Planetary Science Institute, Tucson. Senior Scientist
2006 – 2010: University of British Columbia, Vancouver. Associate Professor of Geophysics
2003 – 2007: Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Associate Professor of Geophysics
2001 – 2003: Scripps Institution of Oceanography. Assistant Professor of Geophysics
1998 – 2001: Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology (IRIS) Education & Outreach Program Manager
1995 – 1997: Carnegie Institution of Washington. Postdoctoral Researcher

Education

1989 – 1994: Scripps Institution of Oceanography, UCSD. PhD in Geophysics
1985 – 1989: University of Edinburgh, Edinburgh, Scotland. B. Sc. Honors, Geophysics
1987 – 1988: University of Pennsylvania, Philadelphia. Junior year abroad

Research Overview

My research focuses on geophysical investigations of terrestrial planets, moons and small bodies in our solar system, specifically the magnetic fields of Mercury, Mars, Earth and the Moon, the lithospheric structure and interior evolution of Venus, and the seismicity and the interior structure of Mars and the Moon. I use sample, observatory and satellite data to probe the interior structure and history of these bodies, and to understand how internal and external processes interact to shape a planet or moon’s evolution. I have participated as an invited Co-I or a competitively selected Co-I on several NASA planetary missions.

Mission Experience

2012 – present: Co-I, InSight Discovery Mission. Chair, InSight Magnetics Working Group and member Science Leadership Committee (2018 – present).
2011 – present: Co-I, OSIRIS-REx Mission.
2015 – 2019: OSIRIS-REx Laser Altimeter (OLA) Deputy Instrument Scientist.
2007 – 2016: Participating Scientist, MESSENGER Mission. Vice Chair, Geophysics Group, MESSENGER Science Steering committee (2013-2016).

Honors

2019: Price Medal, Royal Astronomical Society. Awarded “for investigations … of outstanding merit into the formation and composition of the Earth and/or planets”. Full citation: https://ras.ac.uk/sites/default/files/2019-01/awards/Price%20Medal%20-%20Catherine%20Johnson.pdf

2019: Shen Kuo Award, International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy, IUGG. Citation: “For intrinsically interdisciplinary contributions, targeted at a holistic understanding of bodies throughout the Solar System, especially with respect to the magnetic field of the planet Mercury, and the Earth’s magnetic field within the past five million years.”

2018: Editor’s Citation for Excellence in Refereeing, J. Geophys. Res. Planets.

2016: Asteroid 129980 named Catherinejohnson (1999 UN42).

2014: Bullard Lecturer, Geomagnetism, Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism Section, American Geophysical Union (AGU) Fall Meeting.

2013: Fellow, American Geophysical Union.

2009: 3-yr Canadian NSERC Discovery Accelerator Grant (2010-2013). 100 total are awarded each year across all NSERC Science and Engineering Disciplines.

2006 – 2007: Peter Wall Early Career Scholar, UBC.

Service to the Community (excludes university service)

2021 – 2022: Member, AGU Board of Directors

2021: Member, AGU Governance Task Force

2020 – 2023: Member, Scientific Committee, International Space Science Institute, Bern

2019 – 2024: Member, Scientific Committee, UnivEarthS Laboratory of Excellence, Paris. (Advisory committee for the use of the annual 1M Euro budget).

2019 – 2020: President, Geomagnetism, Paleomagnetism and Electromagnetism (GPE) Section, AGU.

2018: Member, Preliminary Design Review Board for ICEMAG, Europa Clipper Mission.

2017 – 2018: President-Elect GPE Section, AGU.

2017 – 2018: Chair, Fellows Committee, GPE Section, AGU.

2017 – 2018: Chair, Gilbert Award Committee, GPE Section, AGU.

2015: AGU awards committees: Fleming Medal, Gilbert Award, Fellows committee.

2014 – 2015: NSERC Discovery Grants Panel, Geosciences Evaluation Group.

2012: Organized MESSENGER Science Team Meeting (100+ people), Vancouver.

2011 – 2014: Advisory Board, Studies of the Earth’s Deep Interior.

2010: NSERC Industrial Chair Site Visit Committee, Univ. Western Ontario.

2010: Co-organized “Ground-Based Geophysics on the Moon” workshop, ASU.

2008 – 2010: AGU, Fall Meeting Program Committee Chair.

2008: Chair, Geophysics group, NASA LASER proposal review panel.

2008: Member, International Review Panel for U.K. proposed mission “MoonLITE”.

2004 – 2006: Secretary, Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism section, AGU.

2005 – 2006: Geomagnetism and Paleomagnetism Fall Program Committee representative.

2006: National Academy of Sciences, National Research Council Space Studies Board review committee for NASA’s 2007-2016 Mars Architecture.

2004: Chair, NASA Proposal Review Panel to select Co-I for Japanese Lunar-A mission

2004 – 2006: Guest Editor, G-Cubed, AGU.

2001 – 2005: Assistant Editor, Geophysical Research Letters, AGU.

1998 – 2004: Committee on Education and Human Resources, AGU.

1998 – 2001: Professional development workshops for K-college educators throughout the U.S.

1998 – 2001: Workshops for Teach for America teachers on topics in earth science.

1998 – 2001: Development of museum exhibits at New Mexico Natural History Museum, Denver Museum of Science, American Museum of Natural History, Franklin Institute.

1997 – 1999: NASA Planetary Geology and Geophysics Program (PGG) Proposal Review Panel.

1997 – 1999: PGG Program Management Operations Working Group.

1998: NASA Planetary Instrument Definition and Development Proposal Review Panel.

1995 – 1998: NASA Cartography and Geological Mapping Working Group.

Invited Appointments and Lectureships

2020: Meierjurgen Faculty Fellow, Dept. of Earth Sciences, University of Oregon (fellowship postponed to 2022 because of pandemic).

2019 – 2020: Green Scholar, Institute of Geophysics and Planetary Physics (IGPP), Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

2013: Short Course: “Mathematical Modeling of Geophysical Fluids”, African Institute for Mathematical Sciences, Cape Town, South Africa.

2012 – 2013: Visiting Scientist, Southwest Research Institute, Boulder.

2010 – present: Annual “Graduate Short Course in Planetary Science”, University of Western Ontario, Canada.

2008: Cooperative Institute for Deep Earth Research, (CIDER), Santa Barbara. USA.

2006: Invited Professor, Institut de Physique du Globe de Paris, Paris, France.

Selected Invited Seminars (last ~6 yrs)

2022:  Department of Earth, Atmospheric and Planetary Sciences, MIT.

2021 (Zoom): Northern Arizona University.

2020 (Zoom): Dept. of Earth and Space Sciences, UCLA.

2019: Walter Munk Memorial Lecture, IGPP, Scripps Institution of Oceanography.

2019: Plenary Lecture, German Geophysical Society (DGG), 2019 Kongress.

2018: Dept. of Earth and Planetary Sciences, Johns Hopkins University

2017: William P. Smith Meeting, The Geological Society, London UK

2017: Massachusetts Institute of Technology, MA.

2016: Hampton University / National Institute of Aerospace, VA.

2015: Lamont Doherty Earth Observatory

2015: MESSENGER BepiColombo Workshop, DLR, Berlin, Germany.

2015: Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, University of Arizona.

Teaching

I am committed to effective teaching at all levels including non-scientist first year students, upper division general science majors, specialist majors / Honors students or graduate students. These audiences present different opportunities and challenges in course design and implementation. I continued my professional development in education through active participation in the UBC Carl Weiman Science Education Initiative (http://www.cwsei.ubc.ca). I have developed and taught

  • large enrollment Earth and planetary science courses, at the 1st year and 3rd year level (~60-180 students) for undergraduate non-scientists and general science majors,
  • a 2nd year computing class (90-120 students) with labs for Earth Science Honors students,
  • specialized third and fourth year undergraduate courses in geodynamics, remote sensing and planetary physics (~10 – 15 students) and
  • graduate courses in planetary science, space physics, and in mathematics and inverse theory for geophysics, space physics.

Mentoring

  • Primary mentoring: see Our Group page.
    • includes 5 BSc. Hons theses or major undergraduate research projects, 7 MSc. students, 8 PhD students (secondary supervisor for Leah Ziegler), 6 postdocs, 3 research associates.
  • Short-term undergraduate interns (10), K – 12 teachers (3), high school students (1).
  • Graduate thesis committees (16)

Outreach

Interviews: CBC’s Quirks and Quarks (2011, 2012, 2015, 2018), Discovery Channel, New Scientist, Australian Broadcasting Company, Science News, Forbes, Globe and Mail, New York Times, LA Times, C-FAX Radio, CTV News, Sky & Telescope (2012, 2015, 2018), Vancouver ScienceWorld “Future Science Leaders” Grade 10 program (2012). Consultant for Discovery Channel (2004), Science Museum Minnesota and Red Hill Studios, Sausalito (2001), and WNET, Public Television (1998).

Public talks (recent): Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, Vancouver and Sunshine Coast Chapters, 2016; Nerd Night, Vancouver, 2016; Macdonald Space Center, Vancouver, Aug 2018; Pacific Museum of Earth UBC, Nov. 2018; UBC Extended Learning, March 2019; The Vancouver Institute (2020).

Funding History

Agency

Title

PI/Co-I

Year

Canadian Space Agency (CSA): Planetary Missions Co-InvestigatorMagnetic Field Investigations of Mars with InSight

 

(support for my group members; my participation supported by NASA)

PI2019-2021
NASA, Discovery Data Analysis ProgramStructure of Mercury’s core and lithospheric magnetic fields from MESSENGER dataCo-I2019-2022
Natural Sciences and Engineering Research Council of Canada (NSERC) Discovery GrantMagnetic Field Investigations of Mars and MercuryPI2016-2021
NSERC Promoscience and Promoscience SupplementThe Pacific Museum of the Earth Outreach ProgramPI2016-2018
Canadian Space Agency (CSA): Planetary Missions Co-InvestigatorGeophysical Studies for the InSight Mission to Mars

 

(support for students; my participation supported by NASA)

PI2015-2019
Canadian Space AgencyGeophysical Investigations of Asteroid Bennu

 

(Science investigations support)

PI2016-2021
CSA / Public Works of CanadaOSIRIS REx (OLA) Support

 

(Operational support for the OSIRIS REx Laser Altimeter (OLA) and data product delivery)

Co-I2013-2021
NSERC CREATETechnologies and Techniques for Earth and Space ExplorationCo-I2011-2016
NSERC Discovery GrantGeophysical Investigations of Earth, Moon and MercuryPI2009-2016
NSERC PromoscienceThe Pacific Museum of the Earth Outreach ProgramPI2011-2015
NASA, Planetary Geology and Geophysics ProgramThe Lunar Magnetic Field RecordPI2013-2015
NSERC Accelerator AwardGeophysical Investigations of Earth, Moon and MercuryPI2010-2013
UBC Faculty of ScienceActive Earth (Seismic Display, Pacific Museum of the Earth, Earth and Ocean Sciences)PI2010-2011
NSERC PromoscienceThe Pacific Museum of the Earth Outreach ProgramPI2008-2011
NASA, MESSENGER Participating Scientist ProgramInvestigations of Mercury’s Magnetic FieldPI2007-2016
NASA, Planetary Geology and Geophysics ProgramGeophysical Investigations of the MoonPI2008-2011
NSERC Discovery GrantGeophysical Studies of the Terrestrial PlanetsPI2007-2009
Peter Wall Institute (UBC, Vancouver)Early Career ScholarPI2006-2007
NASA, Planetary Geology and Geophysics ProgramGeophysical Investigations of the Terrestrial PlanetsPI2005-2008
NSF, Geophysics ProgramModeling of the Geomagnetic Field on Million Year Time ScalesPI2003-2006
NSF, Earth Sciences DirectorateCollaborative Proposal for Facility Support: Development and Maintenance of the Magnetics Information Consortium (MagIC)Co-I2003-2006
NSF, Digital LibrariesBridging the Gap Between Libraries and Data ArchivesCo-I2001-2003
NASA, Planetary Geology and Geophysics ProgramGeologic Mapping of the Sedna/Lavinia Region, VenusCo-I2001-2003
NSF, Professional Opportunities for Women in Research and Education (POWRE)Building a Research Program in Geomagnetism and PaleomagnetismPI2000-2002
NASA, Planetary Geology and Geophysics ProgramComparative Studies of Planetary LithospheresPI1999-2002
NSF, Geophysics ProgramTime-Averaged Field InvestigationsCo-I1998-2001
NSF, Geophysics ProgramLong Term Structure and Variability in the Geomagnetic FieldCo-I1996-1999
NASA, Planetary Geology and Geophysics ProgramLithospheric Thickness Variations on Venus from Magellan DataPI1995-1998
NSF, Geophysics ProgramLava Flow Records of Paleosecular Variation from the AzoresCo-I1995-1996

Refereed Publications

First authorship: My philosophy is that work done by my students or postdocs should result in publications on which that individual is first author. Publications with the first author in bold font, indicate a student/post-doc/researcher supervised by me at the time the research was done.

      1. McKenzie, D., P. G. Ford, C. L. Johnson, B. Parsons, D. Sandwell, S. Saunders & S. C. Solomon (1992). Features on Venus Generated by Plate Boundary Processes, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 97, 13,533-13,544.
      2. Johnson, C. L. & D. T. Sandwell (1992). Joints in Venusian Lava Flows, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 97, 13, 601-13,610.
      3. Johnson, C. L. & D. T. Sandwell (1994). Lithospheric flexure on Venus, Geophysical Journal International, 119, 627-647.
      4. Sandwell, D. T., E. L. Winterer, J. Mammerickx, R. A. Duncan, M. A. Lynch, D. A. Levitt, D. A. & C. L. Johnson(1995). Evidence for diffuse extension of the Pacific plate from Pukapuka ridges and cross-grain gravity lineations,Journal of Geophysical Research: Solid Earth, 100, 15,087-15,099.
      5. Johnson, C. L. & C. G. Constable (1995). The time-averaged geomagnetic field as recorded by lava flows over the past 5 Myr, Geophysical Journal International, 122, 489 – 519.
      6. Johnson, C. L. & C. G. Constable (1996). Palaeosecular Variation Recorded by Lava Flows over the past Five Million Years, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 354, #1704, 89-141.
      7. Johnson, C. L. & C. G. Constable (1997). The time-averaged geomagnetic field: global and regional Biases for 0 – 5 Ma, Geophysical Journal International, 131, 643-666.
      8. Sandwell, D. T., C. L. Johnson, F. Bilotti & J. Suppe (1997). Driving Forces for Limited Tectonics on Venus, Icarus, 129, 232-244.
      9. Phillips, R. J., C. L. Johnson, S. J. Mackell, P. Morgan, D. T. Sandwell, & M. T. Zuber (1997). Lithospheric Mechanics and Dynamics of Venus, in Venus II, University of Arizona Press.
      10. Johnson, C. L. & C. G. Constable (1998). Persistent Anomalous Pacific Geomagnetic Fields, Geophysical Research Letters, 25, 1011-1014.
      11. Johnson, C. L., J. Wijbrans, C. G. Constable, J. Gee, H. Staudigel, L. Tauxe, V. H. Forjaz, & M. Salgueiro (1998). 40Ar/39Ar ages and paleomagnetism of São Miguel lavas, Azores, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 160, 637-649.
      12. Zuber, M. T., D. E. Smith, J. B. Abshire, R. S. Azfal, O. Aharonson, K. Fishbaugh, P. G. Ford, H. V. Frey, J. B. Garvin, J. W. Head, A. B. Ivanov, C. L. Johnson, D. O. Muhleman, G. A. Neumann, G. H. Pettengill, R. J. Phillips, S. C. Solomon, X. Sun, H. J. Zwally, W. B. Banerdt, T. C. Duxbury (1998). Observations of the North Polar Region of Mars from the Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter, Science, 282, 2053-2060.
      13. Constable, C. G. & C. L. Johnson (1999). Anisotropic paleosecular variation models: implications for geomagnetic field observables, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 115, 17-34.
      14. Johnson, C. L., S. C. Solomon, J. W. Head, R. J. Phillips, M. T. Zuber & D. E. Smith (2000). Lithospheric Loading by the Northern Polar Cap on Mars, Icarus, 144, 313-328.
      15. Constable, C. G., C. L. Johnson & S. P. Lund (2000). Global geomagnetic field models for the past 3000 years: transient or permanent flux lobes? Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society of London, 358, 991-1008.
      16. Smith, D. E., M. T. Zuber, H, V, Frey, J. B. Garvin, J. W. Head, D. O. Muhleman, G. H. Pettengill, R. J. Phillips, S. C. Solomon, H. J. Zwally, W. B. Banerdt, T. C. Duxbury, M. P. Golombek, F. G. Lemoine, G. A. Neumann, D. D. Rowlands, O. Aharonson, P. G. Ford, A. B. Ivanov, C. L. Johnson, P. J. McGovern, J. B. Abshire, R S. Azfal & X. Sun (2001). Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter: Experiment summary after the first year of global mapping of Mars, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 106, 23,689 – 23,732.
      17. Tauxe, L., C. G. Constable, C. L. Johnson, W. R. Miller, H. Staudigel (2003). Paleomagnetism of the southwestern USA recorded by 0-5 Ma igneous rocks, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 4 (4), doi: 10.1029/2002GC000343.
      18. Johnson, C. L. & M. R. Richards (2003). A conceptual model for the relationship between coronae and large-scale mantle dynamics on Venus, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 108 (E6), 5058, doi: 10.1029/2002JE001962.
      19. Kilb, C. S. Keen, R. L. Newman, G. M. Kent, D. T.Sandwell, F. L. Vernon, C. L. Johnson, J.A. Orcutt (2003). The Visualization Center at Scripps Institution of Oceanography: Education and Outreach.  Seismological Research Letters, 74, 641-648. 
      20. Johnson, C. L., & R. J. Phillips (2004). Evolution of the Tharsis region of Mars: Insights from magnetic field observations, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 230, 241-254, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2004.10.038.
      21. Bulow, R., C. L. Johnson, & P. Shearer (2005). New events discovered in the Apollo lunar seismic data. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 110, E10003, doi:10.1029/2005JE002414.
      22. Solomon, S. C, O. Aharonson, J. M. Aurnou, W. B. Banerdt, M. H. Carr, A. J. Dombard, H. V. Frey, M. P. Golombek, S. A. Hauck, J. W. Head, B. Jakosky, C. L. Johnson, P. J. McGovern, G. A. Neumann, R. J. Phillips, D. E. Smith, M. T. Zuber (2005). New Perspectives on Ancient Mars, Science, 307, 1214-1220, doi: 10.1126/science.1101812, 2005.
      23. Constable, C. G. & C. L. Johnson (2005). A paleomagnetic power spectrum. Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 153, 61-73, doi:10.1016/j.pepi.2005.03.015.
      24. Lawrence, K. L., C. G. Constable and C. L. Johnson (2006). Paleosecular variation and the average geomagnetic field at ±20° latitude, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 7 (7), doi:10.1029/2005GC001181.
      25. Dombard, A. J., C. L. Johnson, M. A. Richards & S. C. Solomon (2007). A Magmatic Loading Model for Coronae on Venus, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 112, E04006, doi:10.1029/2006JE002731.
      26. Bulow, R., C. L. Johnson, B. G. Bills, P. M. Shearer (2007). Temporal and spatial properties of some deep moonquake clusters, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 112, E09003, doi:10.1029/2006JE002847, 2007.
      27. Lognonné, P. & C. L. Johnson (2007). Planetary Seismology, in Treatise on Geophysics, vol. 10, ch. 3. Editor-in-Chief: G. Schubert, Elsevier.
      28. Johnson, C. L. & P. McFadden (2007). Time-Averaged Field and Paleosecular Variation, in Treatise on Geophysics, vol 5, ch. 11. Editor-in-Chief: G. Schubert, Elsevier.
      29. Johnson, C. L., G. Constable, L. Tauxe, R. Barendregt, L. L. Brown, R. S. Coe, P. Layer, V. Mejia, N. D. Opdyke, B. S. Singer, H. Staudigel & D. B. Stone (2008). Recent investigations of the 0-5 Ma geomagnetic field recorded by lava flows, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 9(4), doi:10.1029/2007GC001696.
      30. Lawrence, K., C. L. Johnson, J. S. Gee & L. Tauxe (2008). Lunar paleointensity measurements: Implications for lunar magnetic evolution, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 168, 71–87, doi:10.1016/j.pepi.2008.05.007.
      31. Jellinek, M., C. L. Johnson & G. Schubert (2008). Constraints on the elastic thickness, heat flow and melt production at early Tharsis from topography and magnetic field observations, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 113, E09004, doi:10.1029/2007JE003005.
      32. Anderson, B. J., M. H. Acuña, H. Korth, M. E. Purucker, C. L. Johnson, J. A. Slavin, S. C. Solomon & R. L. McNutt, Jr (2008). The Structure of Mercury’s Magnetic Field from MESSENGER’s First Flyby, Science, 321, 82-85, doi:10.1126/science1159081.
      33. Ziegler, L., C. G. Constable & C. L. Johnson (2008). Testing the robustness and limitations of 0-1 Ma absolute paleointensity data, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 170, 34-45, doi: doi:10.1016/j.pepi.2008.07.027.
      34. Lawrence, K. L., L. Tauxe, H. Staudigel, C. G. Constable, A. Koppers, W. McIntosh & C. L. Johnson (2009). Paleomagnetic field properties at high southern latitude, Geochemistry, Geophysics, Geosystems, 10 (1), doi:10.1029/2008GC002072.
      35. Uno, H., C. L. Johnson, B. J. Anderson, H. Korth & S. C. Solomon (2009). Modeling Mercury’s internal magnetic field with smooth inversions, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 285, issues 3-4, 328-339, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2009.02.032.
      36. Mohit, P. S., C. L. Johnson, O. Barnouin-Jha, M. T. Zuber & S. C. Solomon (2009). Shallow basins on Mercury: Evidence of relaxation? Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 285, issues 3-4, 355-363, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2009.04.023.
      37. Weber, R.,G. Bills & C. L. Johnson (2009). Constraints on deep moonquake focal mechanisms through analyses of tidal stress, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 114, E05001, doi:10.1029/2008JE003286.
      38. Lognonné, P.L., M. Le Feuvre, C.  L. Johnson & R. Weber (2009).  Moon meteoritic seismic hum: state prediction, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 114, E12003, doi:10.1029/2008JE003294.
      39. Anderson, B. J., M. H. Acuna, H. Korth, J. A. Slavin, H. Uno, C.  L. Johnson, M. E. Purucker, S. C. Solomon, J. M. Raines, T. H. Zuburchen, G. Gloeckler & R. L. McNutt (2009). The Magnetic Field of Mercury, Space Science Reviews, 152, 307-339, doi:10.1007/s11214-009-9544-3.
      40. Aubert, J., C. L. Johnson & J. A. Tarduno (2010). Observations and Models of the Long-Term Evolution of Earth’s Magnetic Field, Space Science Reviews, 155, 337-370, doi: 10.1007/s11214-010-9684-5.
      41. Zuber, M. T., L. G. J. Montési, G. T. Farmer, S. A. Hauck II, J. Andreas Ritzer, R. J. Phillips, S. C. Solomon, D. E. Smith, M. Talpe, J. W. Head III, G. A, Neumann, T. R. Watters & C. L. Johnson (2010). Accommodation of lithospheric shortening on Mercury from altimetric profiles of ridges and lobate scarps measured during MESSENGER flybys 1 and 2, Icarus, 209, 247-255, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2010.02.026, 2010.
      42. Smith, D. E., M. T. Zuber, R. J. Phillips, S. C. Solomon, G. A. Neumann, F. G. Lemonine, S. J. Peale, J.-L. Margot, M. H. Torrence, M. J. Talpe, J. Head III, S. A. Hauck II, C. L. Johnson, M. E. Perry, O. Barnouin-Jha, D. K. Snrinivasan & R. J. McNutt (2010). The equatorial shape and gravity field of Mercury from MESSENGER flybys 1 and 2, Icarus, 209, 88-100, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2010.04.007.
      43. Alexeev, I. I., E. S. Belenkaya, J. A. Slavin, D. H. Baker, B. J. Anderson, S. A. Boardsen, C. L. Johnson, H. Korth, M. E. Purucker, M. Sarantos & S. C. Solomon (2010). Mercury’s magnetospheric magnetic field after the first two MESSENGER flybys, Icarus, 209, 23-29, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2010.01.024 .
      44. Weber, R.C., Bills, B.G. & C. L. Johnson (2010). A simple physical model for deep moonquakes, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, 182, #3-4, 152-160, doi:10.1016/j.pepi.2010.009.
      45. Watters, T. & C. L. Johnson (2010). Lunar Tectonics, in Planetary Tectonics, Cambridge University Press.
      46. Ziegler, L. B., C. G. Constable, C. L. Johnson & L. Tauxe (2011). PADM2M: A penalized maximum likelihood model of the 0-2 Ma paleomagnetic axial dipole moment, Geophysical Journal International, 184, 1069-1089, doi:10.1111/j.1365-246X.2010.04905.x.
      47. Monteux, J., Jellinek, M. & C. L. Johnson (2011).Why Might Planets and Moons Have Early Dynamos?, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 310, 349-359, doi:10.1016/j.epsl.2011.08.014.
      48. Anderson, B. J., C. L. Johnson, H. Korth, M. E. Purucker, R. M. Winslow, J. A. Slavin, S. C. Solomon, R. L. McNutt, Jr., M. Raines & T. H. Zurbuchen (2011). The global magnetic field of Mercury from MESSENGER orbital observations, Science, 333, 1859-1862, doi:10.1126/science.1211001.
      49. Korth, H., B. J. Anderson, J. M. Raines, J. A. Slavin, T. H. Zurbuchen, C. L. Johnson, M. E. Purucker, R. M. Winslow, S. C. Solomon & R. L. McNutt Jr. (2011). Plasma pressure in Mercury’s equatorial magnetosphere derived from MESSENGER Magnetometer observations, Geophysical Research Letters, 38(22), doi:10.1029/2011GL049451.
      50. Zuber, M. T., D. E. Smith, R. J. Phillips, S. C. Solomon, G. A. Neumann, S. A. Hauck, II, S. J. Peale, O. S. Barnouin, J. W. Head, C. L. Johnson, F. G. Lemoine, E. Mazarico, X. Sun, M. H. Torrence, A. M. Freed, C. Klimczak, J.-L. Margot, J. Oberst, M. E. Perry, C. M. Ernst, R. J. McNutt, Jr., J. A. Balcerski, N. Michel, M. J. Talpe & D. Yang (2012). Topography of the northern hemisphere of Mercury from MESSENGER laser altimetry, Science, 336, 217-220, doi:10.1126/science.1218805.
      51. Smith, D. E., M. T. Zuber, R. J. Phillips, S. C. Solomon, S. A. Hauck, II, F. G. Lemoine, E. Mazarico, G. A. Neumann, S. J. Peale, J.-L. Margot, C. L. Johnson, M. H. Torrence, M. E. Perry, D. D. Rowlands, S. Goossens, J. W. Head & A. H. Taylor (2012). Gravity field and internal structure of Mercury from MESSENGER, Science, 336, 214-217, doi:10.1126/science.1218809.
      52. Winslow, R. M., C. L. Johnson, B. J. Anderson, H. Korth, J. A. Slavin, M. E. Purucker & S. C. Solomon (2012). Observations of Mercury’s northern cusp region with MESSENGER’s Magnetometer, Geophysical Research Letters, 39 (8), 10.1029/2012GL051472.
      53. Blanchette-Guertin, J.-F., C. L. Johnson & J. F. Lawrence (2012). Investigation of scattering in lunar seismic data, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 117 (E6), doi:10.1029/2011JE004042.
      54. Slavin, J. A., S. M. Imber, S. A. Boardsen, G. A. DiBraccio, T. Sundberg, M. Sarantos, T. Nieves-Chinchilla, A. Szabo, B. J. Anderson, H. Korth, T. H. Zurbuchen, J. M. Raines, C. L. Johnson, R. M. Winslow, R. M. Killen, R. L. McNutt Jr. & S. C. Solomon (2012). MESSENGER observations of a flux-transfer-event shower at Mercury, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 117 (A12), doi:10.1029/2012JA017926.
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      59. Kalynn, J., C. L. Johnson, G. R. Ozinski & O. Barnouin (2013). Topographic characterization of lunar complex craters, Geophysical Research Letters, 40, 38-42, doi:10.1029/2012GL053608.
      60. Winslow, R. M., J. Anderson, C. L. Johnson, J. A. Slavin, H. Korth, M. E. Purucker, N. Baker & S. C. Solomon (2013). Mercury’s magnetopause and bow shock from MESSENGER Magnetometer observations, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 118, 2213-2227, doi:10.1002/jgra.50237.
      61. Monteux, J., M. Jellinek & C. L. Johnson (2013). Dynamics of core merging after a mega-impact with applications to Mars’ early dynamo, Icarus, 226, 20-32, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2013.05.008.
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      63. Masters, A., J. A. Slavin, G. A. DiBraccio, T. Sundberg, M. Winslow, C. L. Johnson, B. J. Anderson & H. Korth (2013). A comparison of magnetic overshoots at the bow shocks of Mercury and Saturn, Journal Geophysical Research: Space Physicsz, 118, 4381-4390, doi:10.1002/jgra.50428.
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      69. Domingue, D. L. C. R. Chapman, R. M. Killen, T. H. Zurbuchen, J. A. Gilbert, M. Sarantos, M. Benna (both at GSFC), J. A. Slavin, D. Schriver, P. M. Trávníček, T. M. Orlando, A. L. Sprague, D. T. Blewett, J. J. Gillis-Davis (Univ. Hawaii), W. C. Feldman, J. Lawrence, G. C. Ho, D. S. Ebel, L. R. Nittler, F. Vilas, C. M. Pieters, S. C. Solomon, C. C. L. Johnson, R. M. Winslow, J. Helbert, P. N. Peplowski, S. Z. Weider, N. Mouawad, N. R. Izenberg & W. E. McClintock (2014). Mercury’s weather-beaten surface: Understanding Mercury in the context of lunar and asteroidal space weathering studies, Space Science Reviews, 181, 121-214, doi:10.1007/s11214-014-0039-5.
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      71. Lognonné, P. & C. L. Johnson (2015). Planetary Seismology in Treatise on Geophysics 2nd Edition, vol. 10, ch. 4, Editor-in-Chief: G. Schubert, Elsevier.
      72. Johnson, C. L. & P. McFadden (2015). Time-Averaged Field and Paleosecular Variation, in Treatise on Geophysics 2nd Edition, 5, ch. 11, Editor-in-Chief: G. Schubert, Elsevier.
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      75. Blanchette-Guertin, J.-F., C. L. Johnson & J. F. Lawrence (2015). Effects of lateral variations in megaregolith thickness on predicted lunar seismic signals. Geophysical Research Letters, 42, 10,171 – 10,178, doi:10.1002/2015GL066151.
      76. Dewey, R., D. N. Baker B. J. Anderson, M. Benna, C. L. Johnson, H. Korth, D. J. Gerschman, G. C. Ho, W. E. McClintock, D. Odstrcil, L. C. Philpott, J. M. Raines, D. Schriver, J. A. Slavin, S. C. Solomon, R. M. Winslow & T. H. Zurbuchen (2015). Improving solar wind modeling at Mercury: Incorporating transient solar phenomena into the WSA-ENLIL model with the Cone extension, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 120(7), 5667-5685, doi:10.1002/2015JA021194.
      77. Perry, M. E., G. A. Neumann, R. J. Phillips, O. S. Barnouin, C. M. Ernst, D. S. Kahan, S. C. Solomon, M. T. Zuber, D. E. Smith, S. A. Hauck, S. J. Peale, J.-L. Margot, E. Mazarico, C. L. Johnson, R. W. Gaskell, J. H. Roberts, R. L. McNuttt Jr., J. Oberst. (2015). The low-degree shape of Mercury. Geophysical Research Letters, 42, 6951-6958.
      78. Johnson, C. L., C. Philpott, B. J. Anderson, S. A. Hauck II, D. Heyner, H. Korth, R. J. Phillips, R. M. Winslow & S. C. Solomon (2016). MESSENGER Observations of Induced Magnetic Fields in Mercury’s Core, Geophysical Research Letters, vol. 43(6), 2436–2444, doi: 10.1002/2015GL067370
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      81. Strauss, B. E., J. M. Feinberg, & C. L. Johnson (2016). Magnetic mineralogy of the Mercurian lithosphere, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 121, 2225–2238, doi:10.1002/2016JE005054.
      82. Korth, H., C. L. Johnson, L. Philpott, N. A. Tsyganenko & B. J. Anderson, (2017). A dynamic model of Mercury’s magnetospheric magnetic field. Geophysical Research Letters, 44, 10,147-10,154, doi: 10.1002/2017GL074699.
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      84. Mittelholz, A., C. L. Johnson,
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      85. Moore, W. B., A. Lenardic, A. M. Jellinek, C. L. Johnson, C. Goldblatt & R. D. Lorenz, (2017). How habitable zones and super-Earths lead us astray. Nature Astronomy, (Comment), 1(2), 43, doi: 10.1038/s41550-017-0043.
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      94. Smrekar, S. & 33 others including C. L. Johnson, Mittelholz (2019). Pre-Mission insights on the interior of Mars, Space Science Reviews, 215(3), 1-72, doi:10.1007/s11214-018-0563-9.
      95. Lognonne, P. L. & 151 others including C. L. Johnson (2019). SEIS: The Seismic Experiment for Internal Structure of Mars from InSight, Space Science Reviews, 215(12), 170, doi:10.1007/s11214-018-0574-6.
      96. Bandfield, J. L. & 25 others including C. L. Johnson, A. Mittelholz (2018). InSight Auxiliary Payload Sensor Suite (APSS), Space Science Reviews, 215(1), 1-33, doi:10.1007/s11214-018-0570-x.
      97. Susorney, H. C. M., C. L. Johnson, O. S. Barnouin, M. G. Daly, J. A. Seabrook, E. B. Bierhaus & D. S. Lauretta (2019). The global surface roughness of 25143 Itokawa, Icarus, 325, 141-152, doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2019.01.021
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      102. S. Barnouin, M. G. Daly, E. E. Palmer, R. W. Gaskell, J. R. Weirich, C. L. Johnson, M. Al Asad, J. H. Roberts, M. E Perry, H. C. M. Susorney, R. T. Daly, E. B. Bierhaus, J. A. Seabrook, R. C. Espiritu, A. H. Nair, L. Nguyen, G.A. Neumann, C.M. Ernst, W. V. Boynton, M. C. Nolan, C. D. Asam, M. C. Moreau, B. Rizk, C. Y. Drouet D’Aubigny, E. R. Jawin, K. J. Walsh, P. Michel, , S. R. Schwartz, R. L. Ballouz, E. M. Mazarico, D. J. Scheeres, J. W. McMahon, W. F. Bottke, S. Sugita, N. Hirata, N. Hirata, S.-i. Watanabe, K. N. Burke, D. N.DellaGiustina, C. A. Bennett, D.S. Lauretta & the OSIRIS-REx Team. (2019). Shape of (101955) Bennu indicative of a rubble pile with internal stiffness, Nature Geoscience, 12, 247-252, doi:10.1038/s41561-019-0330-x.
      103. Watters, T., R. C. Weber, G. C. Collins, I. J. Howley, N. Schmerr & C. L. Johnson (2019). Shallow seismic activity and young thrust faults on the Moon. Nature Geoscience, 12, 411-417, doi:10.1038/s41561-019-0362-2.
      104. Seabrook, J., M. G. Daly, O. S. Barnouin, C. L. Johnson, C. Dickinson, A. H. Nair, R. C. Espiritu, R. W. Gaskell, E. Palmer, E. B. Bierhaus, M. Nolan, W. Boynton & D. S. Lauretta (2019). Global Shape Modeling Using the OSIRIS-REx Scanning Laser Altimeter, Planetary and Space Science, 177, doi:10.1016/j.pss.2019.07.003.
      105. Barnouin, O., M. G. Daly, E. E. Palmer, C. L. Johnson, R. W. Gaskell, M. Al Asad, E. B. Bierhaus, K. L. Craft, C. M. Ernst, R. C. Espirutu, H. Nair, G. A. Neumann, L. Nguyen, M. C. Nolan, E. Mazarico, M. E. Perry, L. C. Philpott, J. H. Roberts, R. J. Steele, J. Seabrook, H. C. M. Susorney, J. R. Weirich & D. S. Lauretta (2019). Digital terrain mapping by the OSIRIS-REx mission, Planetary and Space Science, 180, doi:10.1016/j.pss.2019.104764.
      106. Vander Kaaden, K. E., F. M. McCubbin, P. K. Byrne, N. L. Chabot, C. M. Ernst, C. L. Johnson & M. S. Thompson (2019). Revolutionizing our Understanding of the Solar System via Sample Return from Mercury, Space Science Reviews, 215:49, doi:10.1007/s11214-019-0614-x.
      107. Hanneson, C., C. L. Johnson, M. M. Al Asad, A. Mittelholz and C. Goldblatt (2020). Dependence of the Interplanetary Magnetic Field on Heliospheric Distance at 0.3 – 1.7 AU: A Six-Spacecraft Study, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, e2019JA027139. doi:10.1029/2019JA027139
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      110. Lognonné, P., W. B. Banerdt, W. T. Pike, and 104 others including C. L. Johnson, Constraints on the shallow elastic and anelastic structure of Mars from InSight seismic data (2020). Nature Geoscience, doi:10.1038/s41561-020-0536-y
      111. Banfield D., A. Spiga and 57 others including C. L. Johnson, A. Mittelholz (2020), The atmosphere of Mars as observed by InSight, Nature Geoscience, Nature Geoscience. doi:10.1038/s41561-020-0534-0
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      113. Golish, D. R., D. N., DellaGiustina, J.-Y. Li, B. E. Clark, X.-D. Zou, P. H. Smith, J. L. Rizos, P. H. Hasselmann, C. A. Bennett, S. Fornasier R.-L. Ballouz, C. Drouet d’Aubigny, B. Rizk, M. G. Daly, O. S. Barnouin, Philpott, M. Al Asad, J. A. Seabrook, C. L. Johnson & D. S. Lauretta (2020). Disk-Resolved photometric modeling and properties of asteroid (101955) Bennu. Icarus doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2020.113724.
      114. Philpott, L. C., C. L. Johnson, B. J. Anderson & R. M. Winslow (2020), The shape of Mercury’s Magnetopause: The picture from MESSENGER magnetometer observations and future prospects for BepiColombo, Journal of Geophysical Research: Space Physics, 125, doi: 10.1029/2019JA027544
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