Peer Reviewed


  • de Haas, T., B.W. McArdell, S.J. Conway, J.N. McElwaine, M.G. Kleinhans, F. Salese, and P.M. Grindrod (2019), Initiation and flow conditions of contemporary flows in Martian gullies, J. Geophys. Res., (in press).

  • Davis, J.M., S. Gupta, M. Balme, P.M. Grindrod, P. Fawdon, Z. I Dickeson, and R.M.E. Williams (2019), A Diverse Array of Fluvial Depositional Systems in Arabia Terra: Evidence for mid-Noachian to Early Hesperian Rivers on Mars, J. Geophys. Res., (in press).

  • Kneller, B.D., G.P. Roberts, and P.M. Grindrod (2019), Correlation between graben orientation, channel direction change and lithospheric loads: The Elysium Province, Mars, J. Geophys. Res. (in press).

  • Balme, M.R., et al. (including P.M. Grindrod) (2019), The 2016 UK Space Agency Mars Utah Rover Field Rover Investigation (MURFI), Plan. Space Sci., 165, 31-56 (doi).


  • Davis, J.M., P.M. Grindrod, P. Fawdon, R.M.E. Williams, S. Gupta, and M. Balme (2018), Episodic and Declining Fluvial Processes in Southwest Melas Chasma, Valles Marineris, Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 123, 2527– 2549 (OPEN ACCESS)

  • Fawdon, P. , S. Gupta, J.M. Davis, N.H. Warner, J.B. Adler, M.R. Balme, J.F. Bell, P.M. Grindrod, E. Sefton-Nash (2018), The Hypanis Valles Delta: The last hightand of a sea on early Mars? Earth Plan. Sci. Lett., 500, 225-241 (OPEN ACCESS)

  • Grindrod, P.M., J. Hollingsworth, F. Ayoub, and S. Hunt, The Search for Active Marsquakes Using Subpixel Coregistration and Correlation: First Results and Best Practices, J. Geophys. Res., J. Geophys. Res., 123, 1881–1900 (OPEN ACCESS).

  • Conway, S.J., F. Butcher, T. de Haas, A.J. Deijns, P.M. Grindrod, and J.M. Davis (2018) Glacial and gully erosion on Mars: A terrestrial perspective, Geomorph., 318, 26-57 (doi link).

  • Harris, J.K. and P.M. Grindrod, Hapke mixture modelling applied to VNIR spectra of mafic mineral mixtures and shergottites: Implications for quantitative analysis of satellite data, Meteorit. Planet. Sci.,  53, 1179-1206 (OPEN ACCESS).

  • Grindrod, P.M., N.H. Warner, D.E.J. Hobley, C. Schwartz, and S. Gupta (2018), Stepped fans and facies-equivalent phyllosilicates in Coprates Catena, Mars, Icarus, 307, 260-280 (OPEN ACCESS).


  • Durrant, L., M.R. Balme, P.A. Carling, and P.M. Grindrod (2017), Aqueous dune-like bedforms in Athabasca Valles and neighbouring locations utilized in palaeoflood reconstruction, Plan. Space Sci., 148, 45-55 (doi link).

  • de Haas, T., S.J. Conway, F.E.G. Butcher, J. Levy, P.M. Grindrod, T.A. Goudge, and M.R. Balme (2017), Time will tell: temporal evolution of Martian gullies and paleoclimatic implications, In: Conway, S.J., Carrivick, J.L., Carling, P.A., de Haas, T., Harrison, T.N. (Eds.), Martian Gullies and their Earth AnaloguesGeol. Soc. London, Sp. Pub., 467 (doi link).

  • Coates, A.J., et al. (including P.M. Grindrod) (2016), The PanCam instrument for the ExoMars rover, Astrobiology, 17, 6 + 7 (doi link).

  • Middleton, C.A., P.M. Grindrod, and P.R. Sammonds (2017), The effect of rock particles and D2O replacement on the flow behaviour of ice, Phil. Trans. R. Soc. A., 375, 20150349 (OPEN ACCESS).


  • Davis, J.M., M. Balme, P.M Grindrod, R.M.E. Williams, and S. Gupta (2016), Extensive Noachian fluvial systems in Arabia Terra: Implications for early Martian climate, Geology,  (OPEN ACCESS).

  • Diot, X., M.R. El-Maarry, F. Schlunegger, K.P. Norton, N. Thomas, P.M. Grindrod, and M. Chojnacki (2016), Complex geomorphologic assemblage of terrains in association with the banded terrain in Hellas basin, Mars, Plan. Space Sci., 121, 36-52 (doi link).

  • Bugiolacchi, R. S. Bamford, P. Tar, N. Thacker, I.A. Crawford, K.H. Joy, P.M. Grindrod, and C. Lintott (2015), The Moon Zoo citizen science project: Preliminary results for the Apollo 17 landing site, Icarus, 271, 30-48 (OPEN ACCESS).


  • Diot, X., M.R. El-Maarry, L. Guallini, F. Schlunegger, K.P. Norton, N. Thomas, S. Sutton, and P.M. Grindrod (2015), An ice-rich flow origin for the banded terrain in the Hellas Basin, Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 120,2258–2276 (doi link).

  • Brough, S., B. Hubbard, C. Souness, P.M. Grindrod, and J. Davis (2015), Landscapes of polyphase glaciation: Eastern Hellas Planitia, Mars, J. Maps, v2015, 1-13, (doi link) .

  • Harris, J.K., C.R. Cousins, M. Gunn, P.M. Grindrod, D. Barnes, I.A Crawford, and A.J. Coates (2015), Remote detection of past habitability at Mars-analogue hydrothermal 1 alteration terrains using an ExoMars Panoramic Camera Emulator, Icarus, 252, 284-300 (OPEN ACCESS).

  • Warner, N.H., S. Gupta, F. Calef, P.M. Grindrod, N. Boll, and K. Goddard (2014), Minimum Effective Area for High Resolution Crater Counting of Martian Terrains: Assessment and Recommendations, Icarus, 245, 198-240 (doi link)


  • Grindrod, P.M., and N.H. Warner (2014), Erosion rate and previous extent of interior layered deposits on Mars revealed by obstructed landslides, Geology, 42, 795-798 (OPEN ACCESS).

  • Diot, X., M.R. El-Maarry, F. Schlunegger, K.P Norton, N. Thomas, P.M. Grindrod (2014), The geomorphology and morphometry of the banded terrain in Hellas basin, Mars, Plan. Space Sci., 101, 118-134 (doi link)

  • Poole, W., J.-P. Muller, S. Gupta, and P.M. Grindrod (2014), Calibrating Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter Pulse widths at Mars Science Laboratory Candidate landing sites, Plan. Space Sci., 99, 118-227 (doi link).


  • Soare, R.J., S.J. Conway, G.D. Pearce, J.M. Dohm, and P.M. Grindrod (2013), Possible crater-based pingos, paleolakes and periglacial landscapes in the high latitudes of Utopia Planitia, Mars, Icarus, 225, 971-981 (doi link).


  • De Rosa, D., et al. (including P.M. Grindrod) (2012), Characterisation of Potential Landing Sites for the European Space Agency’s Lunar Lander Project, Plan. Space Sci., 74, 224-246 (doi link).

  • Sefton-Nash, E., D.C. Catling, S.E. Wood, and P.M. Grindrod (2012), Topographic, spectral and thermal inertia analysis of layered deposits in Iani Chaos, Icarus, 221, 20-42 (doi link).

  • Grindrod, P.M., M. West, N.H. Warner, S. Gupta (2012), Formation of an Hesperian-aged sedimentary basin containing phyllosilicates and sulfates in Coprates Catena, Mars, Icarus, 218, 178-195 (doi link).


  • Grindrod, P.M., and S.E. Fawcett (2011), Possible climate-related signals in high-resolution topography of lobate debris aprons in Tempe Terra, Mars, Geophys. Res. Lett., 38, L19201 (doi link).

  • Conway, S.J., M.R. Balme, M.C. Towner, J.B. Murray, C. Okubo, and P.M. Grindrod (2011), The indication of martian gully formation processes by slope-area analysis, In: Balme, M.R., Bargery, A.S., Gallagher, C.J., and Gupta, S. (Eds.), Martian GeomorphologyGeol. Soc. London, Sp. Pub., 356, 171-201.

  • Gowen, R.A., et al. (including P.M. Grindrod) (2011), Micro-penetrators for in-situ sub-surface investigations of Europa, Advances Space Res., 48, 725-742 (doi link).

  • Joy, K. I. Crawford, P.M. Grindrod, C. Lintott, S. Bamford, A. Smith, A. Cook, Moon Zoo Team (2011), Moon Zoo: citizen science in lunar exploration, Astron. & Geophys., 52, 2.10-2.12 (doi link).


  • Gallagher, C., M.R. Balme, S.J. Conway, and P.M. Grindrod (2010), Sorted clastic stripes, lobes and associated gullies in high-latitude craters on Mars; landforms indicative of very recent, polycyclic ground-ice thaw and liquid flows, Icarus, 211, 458-471 (doi link).

  • Grindrod, P.M., E.R. Stofan, and J.E. Guest (2010), Volcanism and resurfacing on Venus at the full resolution of Magellan SAR data, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L13202 (doi link).

  • Grindrod, P.M., and M.R. Balme (2010), Groundwater Processes in Hebes Chasma, Mars, Geophys. Res. Lett., 37, L13202 (doi link).

  • Grindrod, P.M., M.J. Heap, A.D. Fortes, P.G. Meredith, I.G. Wood, F. Trippetta, and P.R. Sammonds (2010), Experimental Investigation of the Mechanical Properties of Synthetic Magnesium Sulfate Hydrates: Implications for the Strength of Hydrated Deposits on Mars, J. Geophys. Res., 115, E06012 (doi link).


  • Grindrod, P.M., A.D. Fortes, F. Nimmo, D.L. Feltham, J.P. Brodholt and L. Vocadlo (2008),The long-term stability of a possible aqueous ammonium sulfate ocean inside Titan, Icarus, 197, 137-151 (doi link).


  • Fortes, A.D., P.M. Grindrod, S.K. Trickett and L. Vocadlo (2007), Ammonium sulfate on Titan: possible origin and role in cryovolcanism, Icarus, 188, 139-153 (doi link).


  • Grindrod, P.M., and J.E. Guest (2006), 1:1,500,000 geological map of the Aglaonice region on Venus, J. Maps, v2006, 103-117 (doi link).

  • Grindrod, P.M., and T. Hoogenboom (2006), Venus: the corona conundrum, Astron. & Geophys., 47, 3.16-3.21 (doi link).

  • Fortes, A.D., and P.M. Grindrod (2006), Modelling of possible mud volcanism on Titan, Icarus, 182, 550-558 (doi link).

  • Grindrod, P.M., E.R. Stofan, A.W. Brian and J.E. Guest (2006), The Geological Evolution of Atai Mons, Venus: A Volcano-Corona ‘Hybrid’, J. Geol. Soc., 163, 365-275 (doi link).


  • Grindrod, P.M., F. Nimmo, E.R. Stofan and J.E. Guest (2005), Strain at Radially-Fractured Centers on Venus, J. Geophys. Res., 110, E12002 (doi link).


  • Stofan E.R., S.W. Tapper, J.E. Guest, S.E. Smrekar and P.M. Grindrod (2001), Preliminary analysis of an expanded corona database for Venus, Geophys. Res. Lett., 28, 4267-4270 (doi link).