Prof. Bernhard Lee Lindner, Ph.D.

Publications and Presentations

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JOURNAL CONTRIBUTIONS AS FIRST AUTHOR:



CONFERENCE PRESENTATIONS AS FIRST AUTHOR:



BIBLIOGRAPHY


JOURNAL ARTICLES AND BOOKS:


  1. Lindner, B. L. and B. M. Jakosky, Martian atmospheric photochemistry and composition during periods of low obliquity, J. Geophys. Res., 90, 3435-3440, 1985.
  2. Lindner, B. L., The aeronomy and radiative transfer of the Martian atmosphere, Ph.D. Dissertation, 470 pp., University of Colorado, Boulder, 1985a.
  3. Lindner, B. L., Ozone on Mars: The effects of clouds and airborne dust, Planet. Space Sci., 36, 125-144, 1988.
  4. Lindner, B. L., The martian polar cap: Radiative effects of ozone, clouds, and airborne dust, J. Geophys. Res., 95, 1367-1379, 1990a.
  5. Lindner, B. L., Ozone heating in the martian atmosphere, Icarus, 93, 354-361, 1991a.
  6. Lindner, B. L., Sunlight penetration through the martian polar caps: Effects on the thermal and frost budgets, Geophys. Res. Lett., 19, 1675-1678, 1992b.
  7. Lindner, B. L. and R. G. Isaacs, Remote sensing of clouds by multispectral sensors, Applied Optics, 32, 2744-2746, 1993.
  8. Lindner, B. L., The hemispherical asymmetry in the martian polar caps, J. Geophys. Res., 98, 3339-3344, 1993c.
  9. Lindner, B. L., Cooling the martian atmosphere: The spectral overlap of the CO2 15 micron band and dust, Planet. Space Sci., 41, 743-746,1993d.
  10. Lindner, B. L., Questions and Answers, in The Planetary Report, 14, p. 21, 1994a.
  11. Lindner, B. L., Mars Ozone: Mariner 9 Revisited, Icarus, 113, 213-216, 1995a.
  12. Lindner, B.L., In Situ Mars Ozone Detector, Acta Astronautica, 35, 137-144, 1995b.
  13. Hiscox, J. A. and B.L. Lindner, Ozone and planetary habitability, Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 50, 109-114,1997.
  14. Lindner, B.L., Atmospheric Change and Life on Mars, in The Search for Life on Mars, pp. 73-77, special issue of the Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, 112 pages, British Interplanetary Society, London, 1999.
  15. Hiscox, J.A., B.L Lindner and R. Taylor, Life on Mars: Past, Present and Future, Gordon and Breech, London, accepted for publication, 1999.

TECHNICAL REPORTS:


  1. Isaacs, R. G., G. Deblonde, Y. Q. Jin, R. D. Worsham, C. Grassotti, A. M. Vogelman, and B. L. Lindner, Microwave moisture sounder feasibility study. Phase II: Retrieval optimization, Rep. AFGL TR-88-0058, 130 pp., Air Force Geophysics Laboratory, Hanscom Air Force Base, Bedford, Mass., 1988.
  2. Isaacs, R. G., R. D. Worsham, and B. L. Lindner, Characterizing microwave propagation using the AFGL microwave attenuation-transmission-brightness temperature code, Rep. AFGL TR 89-0188, 87 pp., Air Force Geophysics Laboratory, Hanscom Air Force Base, Bedford, Mass., 1989.
  3. Isaacs, R. G., S. A. Clough, R. D. Worsham, J.-L. Moncet, B. L. Lindner, and L. D. Kaplan, Path Characterization algorithms for FASCODE, Rep. AFGL TR 90-0080, 99 pp., Air Force Geophysics Laboratory, Hanscom Air Force Base, Bedford, Mass., 1990c.

MULTI-PAGE CHAPTERS IN BOOKS:


  1. Jakosky, B. M. and B. L. Lindner, Mars atmospheric photochemistry, surface reactions, and climate change, in Lunar and Planetary Science XV, pp. 399-400, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas, 1984.
  2. Lindner, B. L. and R. G. Isaacs, Multispectral cloud property retrieval, in Preprints, seventh conference on atmospheric radiation, pp. 312-319, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass., 1990a.
  3. Lindner, B. L., T. P. Ackerman, and J. B. Pollack, An efficient and accurate technique to compute the absorption, emission, and transmission of radiation by the martian atmosphere, in Scientific results of the NASA-sponsored study project on Mars: Evolution of volcanism, tectonics and volatiles, S.C. Solomon, V.L. Sharpton, and J.R. Zimbelman, ed.s, p. 198-200, LPI Tech. Rpt. 90-06, 322 pp., Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas, 1990a.
  4. Lindner, B. L. and R. G. Isaacs, Cloud Opacity Retrieval using LOWTRAN and the Stamnes scattering model, in Proceedings, 13th Annual Review Conference on Atmospheric Transmission Models, p. 45-53, F. X. Kneizys and L. W. Abreu, editors, 304 pp. Air Force Geophysics Laboratory, Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., 1990b.
  5. Lindner, B. L., Clouds and chemistry on Mars, in Preprints, conference on cloud physics, pp. 226-227, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass., 1990b.
  6. Lindner, B. L., T. P. Ackerman, J. B. Pollack, O. B. Toon, and G. E. Thomas, Solar and IR radiation near the martian surface: A parameterization for CO2 transmittance, In Lunar and Planetary Science XXI, pp. 696-697, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas, 1990b.
  7. Lindner, B. L., The effect of polar clouds and dust on the radiative budget of the martian polar cap, in Preprints, seventh conference on atmospheric radiation, pp. 200-201, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass., 1990d.
  8. Isaacs, R. G., S. A. Clough, R. D. Worsham, J.-L. Moncet, B. L. Lindner, and L. D. Kaplan, Path Characterization algorithms for FASCODE, Proceedings, 13th Annual Review Conference on Atmospheric Transmission Models, p.137-144, F. X. Kneizys and L. W. Abreu, ed.s, 304 pp., Air Force Geophysics Laboratory, Hanscom Air Force Base, Mass., 1990b.
  9. Lindner, B. L., Why is the north polar cap on Mars different than the south polar cap?, Summaries, International Symposium on the Physics and Chemistry of Ice, p. 120-121, held in Sapporo Japan, Sept. 1-6, 1991b.
  10. Lindner, B. L., Simulations of the seasonal polar caps on Mars, in Workshop on the martian surface and atmosphere through time, p. 76-77, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas, 1991e.
  11. Lindner, B. L., C. P. McKay, G. D. Clow, and R. A. Wharton, Computational modeling of Antarctic lake ice, in Advances in Ice Technology, T. K. S. Murthy, W. M. Sackinger, and P. Wadhams, ed.s, pp. 105-116, Computational Mechanics Publications, Southampton, U.K., 1992a.
  12. Lindner, B. L., Is carbon dioxide ice permanent?, in Workshop on the polar regions of Mars: Geology, glaciology and climate history, Clifford, S.M., Howard, A.D., and Paterson, W.S.B., eds., pp. 16-17, LPI Tech. Rpt. 92-08, Part 1, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas, 1992e.
  13. Lindner, B. L., Does UV instrumentation effectively measure ozone abundance?, in Workshop on innovative instrumentation for the in situ study of atmosphere-surface interactions on Mars, B. Fegley, Jr. and H. Waenke, ed.s, pp. 10-11, LPI Tech. Rep. #92-07, Part 1, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas, 1992f.
  14. Lindner, B. L., CO2-ice on Mars: Theoretical simulations, in Physics and Chemistry of Ice, N. Maeno and T. Hondoh, ed.s, pp. 225-228, Hokkaido University Press, Sapporo, 1992c.
  15. Lindner, B. L., Antarctic hydroclimatology: Radiative interactions between the atmosphere and the ice, in Conference on Hydroclimatol-ogy, pp. 171-172, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass., 1993a.
  16. Lindner, B. L., Perennial ice cover on Lake Hoare: Evidence for climate change?, in Proceedings, Fourth conference on southern hemisphere meteorology and oceanography, pp. 465-466, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass., 1993b.
  17. Lindner, B. L., Changing climate and a closed lake system, in Eighth conference on applied climatology, pp. 1-2, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass., 1993f.
  18. Lindner, B. L., How well was total ozone abundance inferred with Mariner 9?, in Mars: Past, Present, and Future - Results from the MSATT Program, Haberle, R., eds., LPI Tech. Rpt. No. 93-06,Pt. 1, pp. 25-26, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas, 1993g.
  19. Lindner, B. L., G. D. Clow, C. P. McKay, and R. A. Wharton, Global Change Implications for Antarctic Lakes, in Fourth Symposium on Global Change Studies, pp. 276-279, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass., 1993b.
  20. Lindner, B. L., Probing the martian atmosphere in the ultraviolet, in Optical Remote Sensing of the Atmosphere, 1993 Technical Digest Series Volume 5, pp.153-156, Optical Society of America, Washington, D.C., 1993h.
  21. Lindner, B. L., The effect of polar caps on obliquity, in Mars: Past, Present, and Future - Results from the MSATT Program, Haberle, R., eds., LPI Tech. Rpt. No. 93-06,Pt. 1, pp. 26-27, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, Texas, 1993i.
  22. Lindner, B. L., Atmospheric chemistry on Mars, in Conference on Atmospheric Chemistry, pp. 11-14, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass.,1993j.
  23. Lindner, B. L., C.P. McKay, and G.D. Clow, Links between lake ice and climate variations, in Sixth Conference on Climate Variations, pp. 377-378, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass., 1994a.
  24. Lindner, B.L. and E. M. Weinstock, In-Situ Mars Ozone Detector, in IAA International Conference on Low-Cost Planetary Missions, Book of Abstracts, pp. 26-27, International Academy of Astronautics, Paris, France, 1994a.
  25. Lindner, B.L., C.P. McKay, G. Clow, and R. Wharton, NOAA investigation into the climatic causes of Antarctic lake ice thinning, NOAA National Environmental Watch, (electronic publication available on CD-Rom from NOAA), 1994b.
  26. Lindner, B.L. and E. M. Weinstock, Ozone Measurements via Balloon, in Mars Surveyor Science Objectives and Measurements Requirements Workshop, (D.J. McCleese et al., eds.), pp. 104, JPL Technical Report No. D12017, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, California Institute of Technology, Pasadena, CA, 1994b.
  27. Lindner, B.L., C.P. McKay and G. Clow, Effects of atmospheric climate change on ice stability, in Third Annual WAIS Workshop; Agenda and Abstracts, 1996.
  28. Hiscox, J.A. and B.L. Lindner, Ozone and the habitability of Mars, pp. 327-338 of Part II: Base building, colonisation and terraformation in book From Imagination to Reality: Mars exploration studies of the Journal of the British Interplanetary Society, Robert Zubrin, Editor, Vol. 92 of the Science and Technology Series: A Supplement to Advances in the Astronautical Sciences, paper number AAS 97-391, published by Univelt, San Diego, 1997b
  29. Frysinger, J.R., S.L. Brueske and B.L. Lindner, Prediction and Characterization of Sea Breezes in Coastal South Carolina, in Third Conference on Coastal Atmospheric and Oceanic Prediction Processes, pp. 27-32, American Meteorological Society, Boston, Mass., 1999.

ABSTRACTS PUBLISHED IN PROCEEDINGS VOLUMES:


  1. Lindner, B. L. and G. E. Thomas, On the importance of ozone heating in the martian atmosphere (abstract), Bull. Am. Astron. Soc., 15, 849, 1983.
  2. Lindner, B. L., Radiative transfer in the martian atmosphere at winter polar latitudes (abstract), Bull. Am. Astron. Soc., 17, 734, 1985b.
  3. Lindner, B. L., Ozone on Mars: Effects of clouds and dust (abstract), Bull. Am. Astron. Soc., 18, 807, 1986a.
  4. Lindner, B. L., Albedo of the polarcaps on Mars (abstract), EOS Trans. AGU, 67, 1078, 1986b.
  5. Lindner, B. L., The martian polar cap: Radiative effects of ozone, clouds, and airborne dust (abstract), Bull. Am. Astron. Soc., 21, 979, 1989.
  6. Isaacs, R. G., B. L. Lindner, and R. N. Hoffman, Multispectral cloud property retrieval exploiting radiative transfer theory (abstract), In Proceedings, CIDOS 89/90, Naval Postgraduate School, Monterey, Calif., 1990a.
  7. Lindner, B. L. and B. M. Jakosky, Penetration of light into the martian polar cap: Implications for the energy budget (abstract), Bull. Am. Astron. Soc., 22, 1060, 1990.
  8. Lindner, B. L., Single-scattering albedo for marine stratocumulus cloud (abstract), EOS Trans. AGU, 71, 1251, 1990c.
  9. Lindner, B. L., J. B. Pollack, and T. P. Ackerman, CO2 transmittance in the Mars atmosphere: An exponential-sum fit for use in multiple-scattering models (abstract), Annales Geophysicae, EGS special issue, p. 328, 1990e.
  10. Lindner, B. L., Cloud properties inferred from LANDSAT near-IR data (abstract), in International Union of Geodesy and Geophys. General Assembly XX, IAMAP Program and Abstracts, p. 61, RM-Druck- and Verlagsgesell-schaft, Graz, Austria, 1991c.
  11. Lindner, B. L., Mars seasonal CO2-ice lifetimes and the angular dependence of albedo (abstract), in International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics General Assembly XX, IAMAP Program and Abstracts, p. 309, RM-Druck- and Verlagsgesellschaft, Graz, Austria, 1991d.
  12. Lindner, B. L., C. P. McKay, G. D. Clow, and R. A. Wharton, Computational modeling of Antarctic lake ice (abstract), in Antarctic Bibliography, Volume 20, Division of Polar Programs, National Science Foundation, Washington, DC,1992b.
  13. Lindner, B. L., Martian polar cap seasonal regression simulations (abstract), Bull. Amer. Astron. Soc., 24, 1013-1014, 1992a.
  14. Lindner, B. L., How well is martian ozone inferred with reflectance spectroscopy? (abstract), in Program of invited papers and contributed posters, for the Fourth International Conference on Laboratory Research for Planetary Atmospheres, pp. 46, held in Munich, Germany, Oct. 10-11, 1992d.
  15. Lindner, B. L., C. P. McKay, G. D. Clow, and R. A. Wharton, Why is Antarctic lake ice thinning? (abstract), in Proceedings, 43rd American Association for the Advancement of Science Arctic Science Division Conference, held in Valdez, Alaska, Sept. 8-12, pp. 43, Geophys. Inst., Univ. Alaska, Fairbanks, Aug. 1992c.
  16. Lindner, B. L., C. P. McKay, G. D. Clow, and R. A. Wharton, Global Change Implications for Antarctic Lakes (abstract), in Antarctic Bibliography, Volume 21, Division of Polar Programs, National Science Foundation, Washington, DC,1993a.
  17. Lindner, B. L., The abundance of ozone on Mars (abstract), in American Association for the Advancement of Science 1993 annual meeting program, pp.236-237, AAAS Pub. 93-03S, Amer. Assoc. Advance. Sci., Washington, D.C., 1993e.
  18. Lindner, B.L., Mars Ozone Via Spacecraft (abstract), Bulletin of the South Carolina Academy of Science, 57, 126, 1995c.
  19. Lindner, B.L., Ice and Climate Change (abstract), Bulletin of the South Carolina Academy of Science, 57, 126-127, 1995d.
  20. Lindner, B.L., Could the College of Charleston become involved in a mission to Mars? (abstract), in Collection of Abstracts, College of Charleston Seventh Annual Scientific Research Poster Session, (R.L. Nusbaum and J.L. Wragg, eds.), p. 12, College of Charleston, Charleston SC, 1995e.
  21. Lindner, B. L., K. Iwasaki and T. Akabane, Analysis of Japanese observations of the Martian polar caps (abstract), Bull. Am. Astron. Soc., 27, 828-829, 1995.
  22. Lindner, B. L., M. Smoak, D. Aurin, D. Drost, L. Mills, D. Pelkey, J. Mirecki, P. Bertsch and K. Pickler, Wet deposition into Charleston Harbor (abstract), Annales Geophysicae, 14 (Supplement 2), C593, 1996a.
  23. Lindner, B. L., C. Duchon and D. Aurin, Correlations between cloud structure and cloud amount (abstract), Annales Geophysicae, 14 (Supplement 2), C568, 1996b.
  24. Lindner, B. L., K. Iwasaki, T. Akabane and M. Freeman, Atmospheric CO2 and surface roughness (abstract), Annales Geophysicae, 14 (Supplement 3), C798, 1996c.
  25. Lindner, B. L., M. Smoak, D. Aurin, D. Drost, L. Mills, D. Pelkey, J. Mirecki, P. Bertsch and K. Pickler, Nutrients and pollutants in Charleston rain (abstract), Bulletin of the South Carolina Academy of Science, 58, p. 117, 1996d.
  26. Aurin, D. and B.L. Lindner, Charleston Weather Project 1995 (abstract), Bulletin of the South Carolina Academy of Science, 58, p. 74, 1996.
  27. Freeman, M. and B.L. Lindner, A study of the advance and retreat of the polar caps on Mars (abstract), Bulletin of the South Carolina Academy of Science, 58, p. 94, 1996.
  28. Petrusak, C. and B.L. Lindner, Climatology of Charleston and the surrounding areas (abstract), Bulletin of the South Carolina Academy of Science, 58, p. 128-129, 1996a.
  29. Petrusak, C. and B.L. Lindner, Climatology of Charleston: The Heat Island Effect (abstract), in Collection of Abstracts, College of Charleston Eighth Annual Scientific Research Poster Session, (R.L. Nusbaum and J.L. Wragg, eds.), p. 12, College of Charleston, Charleston SC, 1996b.
  30. Christiansen, D. and B.L. Lindner, Simulation of the martian polar caps (abstract), Bulletin of the South Carolina Academy of Science, 60, 67, 1998.
  31. Lindner, B.L., Environmental Physics (abstract), Proceedings Volume, Third Annual Fall Meeting Southern Atlantic Coast Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers, p. 6, 1998.
  32. Lindler, J.M., B.L. Lindner, J. Neff and J.R. Frysinger, The College of Charleston Weather Center (abstract), Proceedings Volume, Fifth Mini-technical conference of the Palmetto Chapter of the American Meteorological Society, p. 7, 1999.
  33. Frysinger, J.R., J. Chenault, B.L. Lindner and S. Brueske, Sea Temperature Monitoring with a Portable Weather Station near Charleston, SC (abstract), Proceedings Volume, Fifth Mini-technical conference of the Palmetto Chapter of the American Meteorological Society, p. 13, 1999.
  34. Frysinger, J.R., S.L. Brueske and B.L. Lindner, Prediction and Characterization of Sea Breezes in Coastal South Carolina (abstract), http://www.confex2.com/ams/cpp3/index.htm, 1999.
  35. Lindner, B.L., Astronomy on cloudy nights: Computer-based instruction (abstract), Proceedings Volume, Fourth Annual Fall Meeting Southern Atlantic Coast Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers, p. 6, 1999.
  36. Frysinger, J.R., B.L. Lindner and S.L. Brueske, Statistical modeling of Sea Breezes (abstract) ), Proceedings Volume, Fourth Annual Fall Meeting Southern Atlantic Coast Section of the American Association of Physics Teachers, p. 4-5, 1999.