Research outputs: Prof. Charles Cockell

  1. BASALT A: Basaltic Terrains in Idaho and Hawaii as Planetary Analogues for Mars Geology and Astrobiology DOI
    Scott S. Hughes, Christopher W. Haberle, Shannon E. Kobs Nawotniak, Alexander Sehlke, W. Brent Garry, Richard C. Elphic, Samuel J. Payler, Adam H. Stevens, Charles S. Cockell, Allyson L. Brady et al., Astrobiology (2018)
  2. Using exoplanets to test the universality of biology DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Nature Astronomy, 2, 10 , p. 758-759 (2018)
  3. Tactical Scientific Decision-Making During Crewed Astrobiology Mars Missions
    Adam Stevens, S E Kobs Nawotniak, W B Garry, Samuel Payler, A L Brady, M Miller, K Beaton, Charles Cockell and Darlene S. S. Lim, Astrobiology, 19, 3 (2018)
  4. Growth, Viability, and Death of Planktonic and Biofilm Sphingomonas desiccabilis in Simulated Martian Brines DOI
    Adam H Stevens, Delma Childers, Mark Fox-Powell, Natasha Nicholson, Elisha Jhoti and Charles S Cockell, Astrobiology (2018)
  5. Subsurface scientific exploration of extraterrestrial environments (MINAR 5) DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, John Holt, Jim Campbell, Harrison Groseman, Jean Luc Josset, Tomaso R.R. Bontognali, Audra Phelps, Lilit Hakobyan, Libby Kuretn, Annalea Beattie et al., International Journal of Astrobiology, p. 1-26 (2018)
  6. Y-Mars: An Astrobiological Analogue of Martian Mudstone DOI
    Adam H. Stevens, Elizabeth Steer, Alison Mcdonald, Elena S. Amador and Charles S. Cockell, Earth and Space Science (2018)
  7. Building a Geochemical View of Microbial Salt Tolerance: Halophilic Adaptation of Marinococcus in a Natural Magnesium Sulfate Brine DOI
    Mark G. Fox-powell and Charles S. Cockell, Frontiers in Microbiology, 9 (2018)
  8. The UK Centre for Astrobiology DOI
    Charles S Cockell, Beth Biller, Casey C. Bryce, Claire Cousins, Susana Direito, Duncan Forgan, Mark Fox-Powell, Jesse Harrison, Hanna Landenmark, Sophie L. Nixon et al., Astrobiology (2018)
  9. Rapid colonization of artificial endolithic uninhabited habitats DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Luke Hecht, Hanna Landenmark, Samuel J. Payler and Matthew Snape, International Journal of Astrobiology, p. 1-16 (2017)
  10. The responses of an anaerobic microorganism, Yersinia intermedia MASE-LG-1 to individual and combined simulated Martian stresses DOI
    Kristina Beblo-Vranesevic, Maria Bohmeier, Alexandra K. Perras, Petra Schwendner, Elke Rabbow, Christine Moissl-Eichinger, Charles S. Cockell, Rudiger Pukall, Pauline Vannier, Viggo T. Marteinsson et al., PLoS One, 12, 10 (2017)
  11. Mineralization and Preservation of an extremotolerant Bacterium Isolated from an Early Mars Analog Environment DOI
    F. Gaboyer, C. Le Milbeau, M. Bohmeier, P. Schwendner, P. Vannier, K. Beblo-Vranesevic, E. Rabbow, F. Foucher, P. Gautret, R. Guegan et al., Scientific Reports, 7 (2017)
  12. BioRock DOI
    Claire Marie Loudon, Natasha Nicholson, Kai Finster, Natalie Leys, Bo Byloos, Rob Van Houdt, Petra Rettberg, Ralf Moeller, Felix M. Fuchs, René Demets et al., International Journal of Astrobiology, p. 1-11 (2017)
  13. Perchlorates on Mars enhance the bacteriocidal effects of UV light DOI
    Jennifer Wadsworth and Charles S Cockell, Scientific Reports, 7, 1 (2017)
  14. Decontamination of geological samples by gas cluster ion beam etching or ultra violet/ozone DOI
    Graham Purvis, Neil Gray, Naoko Sano, Anders Barlow, Charles Cockell, Geoffrey D. Abbott, Cees van der Land and Peter Cumpson, Chemical Geology, 466, p. 256-262 (2017)
  15. The Janus face of iron on anoxic worlds DOI
    Jennifer Wadsworth and Charles S Cockell, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 93, 5 (2017)
  16. Liquid Water Restricts Habitability in Extreme Deserts DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Sarah Brown, Hanna Landenmark, Toby Samuels, Rebecca Siddall and Jennifer Wadsworth, Astrobiology, 17, 4 , p. 309-318 (2017)
  17. Viable cold-tolerant iron-reducing microorganisms in geographically diverse subglacial environments DOI
    Sophie L. Nixon, Jon P. Telling, Jemma L. Wadham and Charles S. Cockell, Biogeosciences, 14, 6 , p. 1445-1455 (2017)
  18. The laws of life DOI
    Charles Cockell, Physics Today, 70, p. 42-48 (2017)
  19. Atmospheric Habitable Zones in Y Dwarf Atmospheres
    Jack Yates, Paul Palmer, Beth Biller and Charles Cockell, Astrophysical Journal (2017)
  20. Destructive and non-destructive measurements of NORM in monazite-rich sands of Brazil DOI
    C. Larijani, P. Schwendner, C. Cockell, P. Ivanov, B. Russell, P. Aitken-Smith, A. K. Pearce and P. H. Regan, Radiation physics and chemistry, 140, p. 180-185 (2017)
  21. Astrobiology as a framework for investigating antibiotic susceptibility DOI
    Jesse P. Harrison, Roey Angel and Charles S. Cockell, Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 14, 126 (2017)
  22. The formation of peak rings in large impact craters DOI
    Joanna V. Morgan, Sean P. S. Gulick, Timothy Bralower, Elise Chenot, Gail Christeson, Philippe Claeys, Charles Cockell, Gareth S. Collins, Marco J. L. Coolen, Ludovic Ferriere et al., Science, 354, 6314 , p. 878-882 (2016)
  23. Microbial Diversity of Impact-Generated Habitats DOI
    Alexandra Pontefract, Gordon R. Osinski, Charles S. Cockell, Gordon Southam, Phil J. A. McCausland, Joseph Umoh and David W. Holdsworth, Astrobiology, 16, 10 , p. 775-786 (2016)
  24. The Ethical Status of Microbial Life on Earth and Elsewhere DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, In Defence of Intrinsic Value : Space and Society, p. 167-179 (2016)
  25. Venturing into new realms? Microorganisms in space DOI
    Christine Moissl-Eichinger, Charles Cockell and Petra Rettberg, FEMS microbiology reviews, 40, 5 , p. 722-737 (2016)
  26. Ionic strength is a barrier to the habitability of Mars DOI
    Charles Cockell, Claire R. Cousins, John E. Hallsworth and Mark Fox-Powell, Astrobiology, 16, 6 , p. 427-442 (2016)
  27. The similarity of life across the universe DOI
    Charles Cockell, Molecular Biology of the Cell, 27, 10 , p. 1553 (2016)
  28. Planetary science and exploration in the deep subsurface DOI
    Samuel J. Payler, Jennifer F. Biddle, Andrew J. Coates, Claire R. Cousins, Rachel E. Cross, David C. Cullen, Michael T. Downs, Susana O. L. Direito, Thomas Edwards, Amber L. Gray et al., International Journal of Astrobiology, 16, 2 , p. 114-129 (2016)
  29. Disobedience in Outer Space DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, : Space and Society, p. 21-40 (2016)
  30. Biosignatures for Astrobiology DOI
    Frances Westall and Charles S. Cockell, Origins of life and evolution of biospheres, 46, 1 , p. 105-106 (2016)
  31. Evaluating galactic habitability using high-resolution cosmological simulations of galaxy formation DOI
    Duncan Forgan, Pratika Dayal, Charles S. Cockell and Noam Libeskind, International Journal of Astrobiology, 16, 1 , p. 60-73 (2016)
  32. Mesophilic Mineral-Weathering Bacteria Inhabit the Critical-Zone of a Perennially Cold Basaltic Environment DOI
    Stephen Summers, Bruce C. Thomson, Andrew S. Whiteley and Charles S. Cockell, Geomicrobiology journal, 33, 1 , p. 52-62 (2016)
  33. An ESA roadmap for geobiology in space exploration DOI
    Claire R. Cousins, Charles S. Cockell and Geobiology Space Exploration, Acta astronautica, 118, p. 286-295 (2016)
  34. Habitability: A Review DOI
    C S Cockell, T Bush, C Bryce, S Direito, M Fox-Powell, J P Harrison, H Lammer, H Landenmark, J Martin-Torres, N Nicholson et al., Astrobiology, 16, 1 , p. 89-117 (2016)
  35. Biosignatures on Mars: What, Where, and How? Implications for the Search for Martian Life DOI
    Frances Westall, Frederic Foucher, Nicolas Bost, Marylene Bertrand, Damien Loizeau, Jorge L. Vago, Gerhard Kminek, Frederic Gaboyer, Kathleen A. Campbell, Jean-Gabriel Breheret et al., Astrobiology, 15, 11 , p. 998-1029 (2015)
  36. Geological repositories: scientific priorities and potential high-technology transfer from the space and physics sectors DOI
    Susana O. L. Direito, Samantha Clark, Claire Cousins, Yoshiko Fujita, Jon Gluyas, Simon Harley, Richard J. Holmes, Ian B. Hutchinson, Vitaly A. Kudryavtsev, Jon Lloyd et al., Mineralogical Magazine, 79, 6 , p. 1651-1664 (2015)
  37. Martin Brasier (1947–2014) DOI
    Sean McMahon and Charles Cockell, International Journal of Astrobiology, 14, 4 , p. 527-531 (2015)
  38. Aerobically respiring prokaryotic strains exhibit a broader temperature-pH - salinity space for cell division than anaerobically respiring and fermentative strains DOI
    Jesse P. Harrison, Luke Dobinson, Kenneth Freeman, Ross McKenzie, Dale Wyllie, Sophie L. Nixon and Charles S. Cockell, Journal of the Royal Society Interface, 12, 110 (2015)
  39. Fourier Transform Infrared Spectral Detection of Life in Polar Subsurface Environments and Its Application to Mars Exploration DOI
    Louisa J. Preston, Diane Johnson, Charles S. Cockell and Monica M. Grady, Applied Spectroscopy, 69, 9 , p. 1059-1065 (2015)
  40. The Quest for Cradles of Life: Using the Fundamental Metallicity Relation to Hunt for the Most Habitable Type of Galaxy DOI
    Pratika Dayal, Charles Cockell, Ken Rice and Anupam Mazumdar, Astrophysical Journal Letters, 810, 1 (2015)
  41. The Interlayer Regions of Sheet Silicates as a Favorable Habitat for Endolithic Microorganisms DOI
    Dana Kapitulcinova, Charles S. Cockell, Manish Patel and Kristin Vala Ragnarsdottir, Geomicrobiology journal, 32, 6 , p. 530-537 (2015)
  42. Are thermophilic microorganisms active in cold environments? DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Claire Cousins, Paul T. Wilkinson, Karen Olsson-Francis and Ben Rozitis, International Journal of Astrobiology, 14, 3 , p. 457-463 (2015)
  43. Surface flux patterns on planets in circumbinary systems and potential for photosynthesis DOI
    Duncan H. Forgan, Alexander Mead, Charles S. Cockell and John A. Raven, International Journal of Astrobiology, 14, 3 , p. 465-478 (2015)
  44. Salinity Influences the Response of Halomonas hydrothermalis to Artificial Fossilization by Evaporative Silicification DOI
    Jesse P. Harrison, Surya D. Aggarwal and Charles S. Cockell, Geomicrobiology journal, 33, 5 , p. 377-386 (2015)
  45. An Estimate of the Total DNA in the Biosphere DOI
    Hanna K. E. Landenmark, Duncan H. Forgan and Charles S. Cockell, PLoS Biology, 13, 6 (2015)
  46. Transient liquid water and water activity at Gale crater on Mars DOI
    F. Javier Martín-Torres, María Paz Zorzano, Patricia Valentín-Serrano, Ari Matti Harri, Maria Genzer, Osku Kemppinen, Edgard G. Rivera-Valentin, Insoo Jun, James Wray, Morten Bo Madsen et al., Nature Geoscience, 8, 5 , p. 357-361 (2015)
  47. In Search of Future Earths: Assessing the Possibility of Finding Earth Analogues in the Later Stages of Their Habitable Lifetimes DOI
    Jack T. O'Malley-James, Jane S. Greaves, John A. Raven and Charles S. Cockell, Astrobiology, 15, 5 , p. 400-411 (2015)
  48. Nonphotosynthetic Pigments as Potential Biosignatures DOI
    Edward W. Schwieterman, Charles S. Cockell and Victoria S. Meadows, Astrobiology, 15, 5 , p. 341-361 (2015)
  49. Nonproteinogenic D-Amino Acids at Millimolar Concentrations Are a Toxin for Anaerobic Microorganisms Relevant to Early Earth and Other Anoxic Planets DOI
    Sophie L. Nixon and Charles S. Cockell, Astrobiology, 15, 3 , p. 238-246 (2015)
  50. Reduction of the Temperature Sensitivity of Halomonas hydrothermalis by Iron Starvation Combined with Microaerobic Conditions DOI
    Jesse P. Harrison, John E. Hallsworth and Charles S. Cockell, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 81, 6 , p. 2156-2162 (2015)
  51. A 500-year experiment
    Charles Cockell, Astronomy & Geophysics, 56, 1 (2015)
  52. Multiplication of microbes below 0.690 water activity: implications for terrestrial and extraterrestrial life DOI
    Andrew Stevenson, Juergen Burkhardt, Charles S. Cockell, Jonathan A. Cray, Jan Dijksterhuis, Mark Fox-Powell, Terence P. Kee, Gerhard Kminek, Terry J. McGenity, Kenneth N. Timmis et al., Environmental Microbiology, 17, 2 , p. 257-277 (2015)
  53. PELS (Planetary Environmental Liquid Simulator): A New Type of Simulation Facility to Study Extraterrestrial Aqueous Environments DOI
    Derek Martin and Charles S. Cockell, Astrobiology, 15, 2 , p. 111-118 (2015)
  54. Impact shocked rocks as protective habitats on an anoxic early Earth DOI
    Casey C. Bryce, Gerda Horneck, Elke Rabbow, Howell G. M. Edwards and Charles S. Cockell, International Journal of Astrobiology, 14, 1 , p. 115-122 (2015)
  55. Epifluorescence, SEM, TEM and nanoSIMS image analysis of the cold phenotype of Clostridium psychrophilum at subzero temperatures DOI
    Amedea Perfumo, Andreas Elsaesser, Sten Littmann, Rachel A. Foster, Marcel M. M. Kuypers, Charles S. Cockell and Gerhard Kminek, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 90, 3 , p. 869-882 (2014)
  56. Photosynthetic potential of planets in 3: 2 spin-orbit resonances DOI
    S. P. Brown, Alexander Mead, D. H. Forgan, J. A. Raven and C. S. Cockell, International Journal of Astrobiology, 13, 4 , p. 279-289 (2014)
  57. Pioneer Microbial Communities of the FimmvorA degrees uhals Lava Flow, Eyjafjallajokull, Iceland DOI
    Laura C. Kelly, Charles S. Cockell, Thorsteinn Thorsteinsson, Viggo Marteinsson and John Stevenson, Microbial Ecology, 68, 3 , p. 504-518 (2014)
  58. Where Do We Go from Here? Astrobiology Editorial Board Opinions DOI
    Lawrence P. Cady, Andre Brack, Jorge E. Bueno Prieto, Charles Cockell, Gerda Horneck, James F. Kasting, Charles H. Lineweaver, Francois Raulin, J. William Schopf, Norman Sleep et al., Astrobiology, 14, 8 , p. 629-644 (2014)
  59. Swansong biospheres II: the final signs of life on terrestrial planets near the end of their habitable lifetimes DOI
    Jack T. O'Malley-James, Charles S. Cockell, Jane S. Greaves and John A. Raven, International Journal of Astrobiology, 13, 3 , p. 229-243 (2014)
  60. Impact-Generated Endolithic Habitat Within Crystalline Rocks of the Haughton Impact Structure, Devon Island, Canada DOI
    Alexandra Pontefract, Gordon R. Osinski, Charles S. Cockell, Casey A. Moore, John E. Moores and Gordon Southam, Astrobiology, 14, 6 , p. 522-533 (2014)
  61. Habitable worlds with no signs of life DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Philosophical Transactions A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 372, 2014 (2014)
  62. The fifth UK Astrobiology Conference (ASB5) DOI
    Charles Cockell, Mark Burchell and Zita Martins, International Journal of Astrobiology, 13, 2 , p. 99-100 (2014)
  63. Types of habitat in the Universe DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, International Journal of Astrobiology, 13, 2 , p. 158-164 (2014)
  64. Trajectories of Martian Habitability DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Astrobiology, 14, 2 , p. 182-203 (2014)
  65. MASE - MARS analogues for space exploration project
    Charles Cockell, Petra Rettberg, Christine Moissl-Eichinger, Pascale Ehrenfreund, Petra Schwendner, Kristina Beblo-Vranesevic, Euan Monaghan, Alexandra Perras, Frances Westall, Viggo Marteinsson et al., 1, p. 213-216 (2014)
  66. Molecular Characterization of Prokaryotic Communities Associated with Lonar Crater Basalts DOI
    Chakkiath Paul Antony, Gaurav G. Shimpi, Charles S. Cockell, Milind S. Patole and Yogesh S. Shouche, Geomicrobiology journal, 31, 6 , p. 519-528 (2014)
  67. The 500-year microbiology experiment
    Charles Cockell, Toby Samuels, Marisa Mayer, Ellen Sirks, Indiarose Friswel, Ralf Moeller, Katja Nagler, Marina Raguse, Andrea Schröder, Thomas Berger et al., Microbiology Today, 41, 2 , p. 95-96 (2014)
  68. The subsurface habitability of terrestrial rocky planets
    Charles S. Cockell, Mars : Life in Extreme Environments, p. 225-259 (2014)
  69. Land coverage influences the bacterial community composition in the critical zone of a sub-Arctic basaltic environment DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, FEMS Microbiology Ecology, 86, 3 , p. 381-393 (2013)
  70. Asteroids and planets are potentially valuable mineral resources, but finding and exploiting them will be a challenge. Kian Raafat, Jordan Burnett, Thomas Chapman and Charles S Cockell ask
    Kian Raafat, J. A. Burnett, Thomas Chapman and Charles S. Cockell, Astronomy & Geophysics, 54, 5 , p. 10-12 (2013)
  71. Cyanobacteria isolated from the high-intertidal zone: a model for studying the physiological prerequisites for survival in low Earth orbit DOI
    Karen Olsson-Francis, Jonathan S. Watson and Charles S. Cockell, International Journal of Astrobiology, 12, 4 , p. 292-303 (2013)
  72. Actinobacteria: An Ancient Phylum Active in Volcanic Rock Weathering DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Geomicrobiology journal, 30, 8 , p. 706-720 (2013)
  73. Impact-generated hydrothermal systems on Earth and Mars DOI
    Gordon R. Osinski, Livio L. Tornabene, Neil R. Banerjee, Charles S. Cockell, Roberta Flemming, Matthew R. M. Izawa, Jenine McCutcheon, John Parnell, Louisa J. Preston, Annemarie E. Pickersgill et al., Icarus, 224, 2 , p. 347-363 (2013)
  74. MINAR - Better mining by exploring space
    Charles Cockell, Astronomy & Geophysics, 54, 3 , p. 27-27 (2013)
  75. Glaciovolcanic hydrothermal environments in Iceland and implications for their detection on Mars DOI
    C. Cockell, Journal of Volcanology and Geothermal Research, 256, p. 61-77 (2013)
  76. Boulby International Subsurface Astrobiology Laboratory
    Charles Cockell, Samuel Payler, Sean Paling and Dave McLuckie, Astronomy & Geophysics, 54, 2 , p. 25-27 (2013)
  77. Investigating the role of microbes in mineral weathering: Nanometre-scale characterisation of the cell-mineral interface using FIB and TEM DOI
    Michael B. Ward, Dana Kapitulcinova, Andrew P. Brown, Peter J. Heard, David Cherns, Charles S. Cockell, Keith R. Hallam and K. Vala Ragnarsdottir, Micron, 47, p. 10-17 (2013)
  78. Swansong biospheres: refuges for life and novel microbial biospheres on terrestrial planets near the end of their habitable lifetimes DOI
    Jack T. O'Malley-James, Jane S. Greaves, John A. Raven and Charles S. Cockell, International Journal of Astrobiology, 12, 2 , p. 99-112 (2013)
  79. The limits for life under multiple extremes DOI
    Jesse Harrison and Charles Cockell, Trends in Microbiology, 21, 4 , p. 204-212 (2013)
  80. Plausible microbial metabolisms on Mars DOI
    Sophie L. Nixon, Charles S. Cockell and Claire R. Cousins, Astronomy & Geophysics, 54, 1 (2013)
  81. Archaea in Past and Present Geobiochemical Processes and Elemental Cycles DOI
    Michael Hoppert, Martin Krueger, Joachim Reitner and Charles Cockell, Archaea, 2013, p. 1-2 (2013)
  82. Back to the Moon: The scientific rationale for resuming lunar surface exploration DOI
    I. A. Crawford, M. Anand, C. S. Cockell, H. Falcke, D. A. Green, R. Jaumann and M. A. Wieczorek, Planetary and space science, 74, 1 , p. 3-14 (2012)
  83. Scientific preparations for lunar exploration DOI
    James D. Carpenter, Ian A. Crawford, Charles Cockell, Detlef Koschny, Ralf Jaumann and Mark Wieczorek, Planetary and space science, 74, 1 , p. 1-2 (2012)
  84. Supporting Mars exploration: BIOMEX in Low Earth Orbit and further astrobiological studies on the Moon using Raman and PanCam technology DOI
    Jean-Pierre de Vera, Ute Boettger, Rosa de la Torre Noetzel, Francisco J. Sanchez, Dana Grunow, Nicole Schmitz, Caroline Lange, Heinz-Wilhelm Huebers, Daniela Billi, Mickael Baque et al., Planetary and space science, 74, 1 , p. 103-110 (2012)
  85. The Role of Synthetic Biology for In Situ Resource Utilization (ISRU) DOI
    Michael Montague, George H. McArthur, Charles S. Cockell, Jason Held, William Marshall, Louis A. Sherman, Norman Wang, Wayne L. Nicholson, Daniel R. Tarjan and John Cumbers, Astrobiology, 12, 12 , p. 1135-1142 (2012)
  86. Limitations to a microbial iron cycle on Mars DOI
    Sophie L. Nixon, Charles S. Cockell and Martyn Tranter, Planetary and space science, 72, 1 , p. 116-128 (2012)
  87. EChO DOI
    G. Tinetti, J. P. Beaulieu, T. Henning, M. Meyer, G. Micela, I. Ribas, D. Stam, M. Swain, O. Krause, M. Ollivier et al., Experimental Astronomy, 34, 2 , p. 311-353 (2012)
  88. High precision astrometry mission for the detection and characterization of nearby habitable planetary systems with the Nearby Earth Astrometric Telescope (NEAT) DOI
    Fabien Malbet, Alain Leger, Michael Shao, Renaud Goullioud, Pierre-Olivier Lagage, Anthony G. A. Brown, Christophe Cara, Gilles Durand, Carlos Eiroa, Philippe Feautrier et al., Experimental Astronomy, 34, 2 , p. 385-413 (2012)
  89. The effects of meteorite impacts on the availability of bioessential elements for endolithic organisms DOI
    Alexandra Pontefract, Gordon R. Osinski, Paula Lindgren, John Parnell, Charles S. Cockell and Gordon Southam, Meteoritics & planetary science, 47, 10 , p. 1681-1691 (2012)
  90. Hypolithic microbial communities DOI
    Yuki Chan, Donnabella C Lacap, Maggie C Y Lau, Kong Ying Ha, Kimberley A Warren-Rhodes, Charles S Cockell, Donald A Cowan, Christopher P McKay and Stephen B Pointing, Environmental Microbiology, 14, 9 , p. 2272-2282 (2012)
  91. The effect of rock composition on cyanobacterial weathering of crystalline basalt and rhyolite DOI
    K. Olsson-Francis, A. E. Simpson, D. Wolff-Boenisch and C. S. Cockell, Geobiology, 10, 5 , p. 434-444 (2012)
  92. Puncturing Mars: How impact craters interact with the Martian cryosphere DOI
    S. P. Schwenzer, O. Abramov, C. C. Allen, S. M. Clifford, C. S. Cockell, J. Filiberto, D. A. Kring, J. Lasue, P. J. McGovern, H. E. Newsom et al., Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 335, p. 9-17 (2012)
  93. Survival of Spores of the UV-Resistant Bacillus subtilis Strain MW01 After Exposure to Low-Earth Orbit and Simulated Martian Conditions DOI
    Marko Wassmann, Ralf Moeller, Elke Rabbow, Corinna Panitz, Gerda Horneck, Guenther Reitz, Thierry Douki, Jean Cadet, Helga Stan-Lotter, Charles S. Cockell et al., Astrobiology, 12, 5 (2012)
  94. Diverse microbial species survive high ammonia concentrations DOI
    Laura C. Kelly, Charles S. Cockell and Stephen Summers, International Journal of Astrobiology, 11, 2 , p. 125-131 (2012)
  95. Clean access, measurement, and sampling of Ellsworth Subglacial Lake: A method for exploring deep Antarctic subglacial lake environments DOI
    M. J. Siegert, R.J. Clarke, M. Mowlem, N. Ross, C.S. Hill, A. Tait, D. Hodgson, J. Parnell, M. Tranter, D. Pearce et al., Reviews of Geophysics, 50, 1 , p. 1-40 (2012)
  96. Impact Disruption and Recovery of the Deep Subsurface Biosphere DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Mary A. Voytek, Aaron L. Gronstal, Kai Finster, Julie D. Kirshtein, Kieren Howard, Joachim Reitner, Gregory S. Gohn, Ward E. Sanford, J. Wright Horton et al., Astrobiology, 12, 3 , p. 231-246 (2012)
  97. Life in (and on) the rocks DOI
    Chakkiath Paul Antony, Charles S. Cockell and Yogesh S. Shouche, Journal of Biosciences, 37, 1 , p. 3-11 (2012)
  98. Life and Light: Exotic Photosynthesis in Binary and Multiple-Star Systems DOI
    J. T. O'Malley-James, J. A. Raven, C. S. Cockell and J. S. Greaves, Astrobiology, 12, 2 , p. 115-124 (2012)
  99. Uninhabited habitats on Mars DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Matt Balme, John C. Bridges, Alfonso Davila and Susanne P. Schwenzer, Icarus, 217, 1 , p. 184-193 (2012)
  100. The Microbial Stages of Humanity DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 36, 4 , p. 301-313 (2011)
  101. Survival of Deinococcus radiodurans Against Laboratory-Simulated Solar Wind Charged Particles DOI
    Ivan Glaucio Paulino-Lima, Eduardo Janot-Pacheco, Douglas Galante, Charles Cockell, Karen Olsson-Francis, John Robert Brucato, Giuseppe Antonio Baratta, Giovanni Strazzulla, Tony Merrigan, Robert McCullough et al., International Journal of Astrobiology, 11, 9 , p. 875-882 (2011)
  102. Exposure of phototrophs to 548 days in low Earth orbit: microbial selection pressures in outer space and on early earth DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Petra Rettberg, Elke Rabbow and Karen Olsson-Francis, The ISME Journal, 5, 10 , p. 1671-1682 (2011)
  103. Synthetic geomicrobiology: engineering microbe-mineral interactions for space exploration and settlement DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, International Journal of Astrobiology, 10, 4 , p. 315-324 (2011)
  104. Following the Kinetics: Iron-Oxidizing Microbial Mats in Cold Icelandic Volcanic Habitats and Their Rock-Associated Carbonaceous Signature DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Laura C. Kelly, Stephen Summers and Viggo Marteinsson, International Journal of Astrobiology, 11, 7 , p. 679-694 (2011)
  105. The Microbial Habitability of Weathered Volcanic Glass Inferred from Continuous Sensing Techniques DOI
    Elizabeth A. Bagshaw, Charles S. Cockell, Naresh Magan, Jemma L. Wadham, T. Venugopalan, Tong Sun, Matt Mowlem and Anthony J. Croxford, Astrobiology, 11, 7 , p. 651-664 (2011)
  106. Volcanism and Astrobiology: Life on Earth and Beyond DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Sherry L. Cady and Nicola McLoughlin, International Journal of Astrobiology, 11, 7 , p. 583-584 (2011)
  107. Microbial diversity in Calamita ferromagnetic sand DOI
    Amedea Perfumo, Charles Cockell, Andreas Elsaesser, Roger Marchant and Gerhard Kminek, Environmental microbiology reports, 3, 4 , p. 483-490 (2011)
  108. Bacterial Diversity of Terrestrial Crystalline Volcanic Rocks, Iceland DOI
    Laura C. Kelly, Charles S. Cockell, Aude Herrera-Belaroussi, Yvette Piceno, Gary Andersen, Todd DeSantis, Eoin Brodie, Thorsteinn Thorsteinsson, Viggo Marteinsson, Franck Poly et al., Microbial Ecology, 62, 1 , p. 69-79 (2011)
  109. Shock experiments in support of the Lithopanspermia theory: The influence of host rock composition, temperature, and shock pressure on the survival rate of endolithic and epilithic microorganisms DOI
    Cornelia Meyer, Joerg Fritz, Martin Misgaiski, Dieter Stoeffler, Natalia A. Artemieva, Ulrich Hornemann, Ralf Moeller, Jean-Pierre de Vera, Charles Cockell, Gerda Horneck et al., Meteoritics & planetary science, 46, 5 , p. 701-718 (2011)
  110. Microbial rights? DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, EMBO Reports, 12, 3 , p. 181-181 (2011)
  111. Life in the lithosphere, kinetics and the prospects for life elsewhere DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Philosophical Transactions A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 369, 1936 , p. 516-537 (2011)
  112. Implications of a 3.472-3.333-Gyr-old subaerial microbial mat from the Barberton greenstone belt, South Africa for the UV environmental conditions on the early Earth (vol 361, pg 2261, 2006) DOI
    Frances Westall, Cornel E. J. de Ronde, Gordon Southam, Nathalie Grassineau, Maggy Colas, Charles Cockell and Helmut Lammer, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 366, 1563 , p. 464-464 (2011)
  113. Vacant habitats in the Universe DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 26, 2 , p. 73-80 (2011)
  114. Damage Escape and Repair in Dried Chroococcidiopsis spp. from Hot and Cold Deserts Exposed to Simulated Space and Martian Conditions DOI
    Daniela Billi, Emanuela Viaggiu, Charles S. Cockell, Elke Rabbow, Gerda Horneck and Silvano Onofri, Astrobiology, 11, 1 , p. 65-73 (2011)
  115. Ellsworth Subglacial Lake, West Antarctica DOI
    N. Ross, M. J. Siegert, A. Rivera, M. J. Bentley, D. Blake, L. Capper, R. Clarke, C. S. Cockell, H. F. J. Corr, W. Harris et al., A Review of Its History and Recent Field Campaigns : Geophysical Monograph Series, p. 221-233 (2011)
  116. Molecular Characterization and Geological Microenvironment of a Microbial Community Inhabiting Weathered Receding Shale Cliffs DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, David Pybus, Karen Olsson-Francis, Laura Kelly, David Petley, Nick Rosser, Kieren Howard and Fred Mosselmans, Microbial Ecology, 61, 1 , p. 166-181 (2011)
  117. Subglacial Environments and the Search for Life Beyond the Earth DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Elizabeth Bagshaw, Matt Balme, Peter Doran, Christopher P. McKay, Katarina Miljkovic, David Pearce, Martin J. Siegert, Martyn Tranter, Mary Voytek et al., : Geophysical Monograph Series, p. 129-148 (2011)
  118. The science of EChO DOI
    Giovanna Tinetti, James Y-K. Cho, Caitlin A. Griffith, Olivier Grasset, Lee Grenfell, Tristan Guillot, Tommi T. Koskinen, Julianne I. Moses, David Pinfield, Jonathan Tennyson et al., : IAU Symposium Proceedings Series, p. 359-370 (2011)
  119. Weathering of Post-Impact Hydrothermal Deposits from the Haughton Impact Structure: Implications for Microbial Colonization and Biosignature Preservation DOI
    M. R. M. Izawa, Neil R. Banerjee, G. R. Osinski, R. L. Flemming, J. Parnell, C. S. Cockell and Charles Cockell, International Journal of Astrobiology, 11, 6 , p. 537-550 (2011)
  120. Microbial endolithic colonization and the geochemical environment in young seafloor basalts DOI
    C. S. Cockell, Peter van Calsteren, J. Fred W. Mosselmans, Ian A. Franchi, Iain Gilmour, Laura Kelly, Karen Olsson-Francis, Diane Johnson, JC24 Shipboard Sci Party and Charles Cockell, Chemical Geology, 279, 1-2 , p. 17-30 (2010)
  121. Astrobiology-What Can We Do on the Moon? DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Earth moon and planets, 107, 1 , p. 310 (2010)
  122. Microarray analysis of a microbe-mineral interaction DOI
    K. Olsson-Francis, R. Van Houdt, M. Mergeay, N. Leys, C. S. Cockell and Charles Cockell, Geobiology, 8, 5 , p. 446-456 (2010)
  123. The Microbial Diversity of Volcanic Rocks
    C. S. Cockell, A. Herrera, L. Kelly, V. Marteinsson, K. Olsson, A. Simpson, S. Summers, T. Thorsteinsson, P. Wilkinson and Charles Cockell, Origins of life and evolution of biospheres, 40, 6 , p. 533-534 (2010)
  124. Bacterial Diversity of Weathered Terrestrial Icelandic Volcanic Glasses DOI
    Laura C. Kelly, Charles S. Cockell, Yvette M. Piceno, Gary L. Andersen, Thorsteinn Thorsteinsson and Viggo Marteinsson, Microbial Ecology, 60, 4 , p. 740-752 (2010)
  125. Polarized optical scattering signatures from biological materials DOI
    W. E. Martin, E. Hesse, J. H. Hough, W. B. Sparks, C. S. Cockell, Z. Ulanowski, T. A. Germer, P. H. Kaye and Charles Cockell, Journal of quantitative spectroscopy & radiative transfer, 111, 16 , p. 2444-2459 (2010)
  126. Report of the COSPAR Mars Special Regions Colloquium DOI
    G. Kminek, J. D. Rummel, C. S. Cockell, R. Atlas, N. Barlow, D. Beaty, W. Boynton, M. Carr, S. Clifford, C. A. Conley et al., Advances in Space Research, 46, 6 , p. 811-829 (2010)
  127. New Priorities in the Robotic Exploration of Mars DOI
    Alfonso F. Davila, Mark Skidmore, Alberto G. Fairen, Charles Cockell and Dirk Schulze-Makuch, Astrobiology, 10, 7 , p. 705-710 (2010)
  128. The microbe-mineral environment and gypsum neogenesis in a weathered polar evaporite DOI
    C. S. Cockell, G. R. Osinski, N. R. Banerjee, K. T. Howard, I. Gilmour, J. S. Watson and Charles Cockell, Geobiology, 8, 4 , p. 293-308 (2010)
  129. Astrobiology on the Moon DOI
    Ian Crawford and Charles Cockell, Astronomy & Geophysics, 51, 4 , p. 11-14 (2010)
  130. Survival of lichens and bacteria exposed to outer space conditions - Results of the Lithopanspermia experiments DOI
    Rosa de la Torre, Leopoldo G. Sancho, Gerda Horneck, Asuncion de los Rios, Jacek Wierzchos, Karen Olsson-Francis, Charles S. Cockell, Petra Rettberg, Thomas Berger, Jean-Pierre P. de Vera et al., Icarus, 208, 2 , p. 735-748 (2010)
  131. Use of cyanobacteria for in-situ resource use in space applications DOI
    Karen Olsson-Francis and Charles S. Cockell, Planetary and space science, 58, 10 , p. 1279-1285 (2010)
  132. Geomicrobiology beyond Earth: microbe-mineral interactions in space exploration and settlement DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Trends in Microbiology, 18, 7 , p. 308-314 (2010)
  133. Testing the survival of microfossils in artificial martian sedimentary meteorites during entry into Earth's atmosphere: The STONE 6 experiment DOI
    Frederic Foucher, Frances Westall, Franz Brandstaetter, Rene Demets, John Parnell, Charles S. Cockell, Howell G. M. Edwards, Jean-Michel Beny and Andre Brack, Icarus, 207, 2 , p. 616-630 (2010)
  134. The Fe-Rich Clay Microsystems in Basalt-Komatiite Lavas: Importance of Fe-Smectites for Pre-Biotic Molecule Catalysis During the Hadean Eon DOI
    Alain Meunier, Sabine Petit, Charles S. Cockell, Abderrazzak El Albani and Daniel Beaufort, Origins of life and evolution of biospheres, 40, 3 , p. 253-272 (2010)
  135. Response - Cretaceous Extinctions
    Peter Schulte, Laia Alegret, Ignacio Arenillas, Jose A. Arz, Penny J. Barton, Paul R. Bown, Timothy J. Bralower, Gail L. Christeson, Philippe Claeys, Charles S. Cockell et al., Science, 328, 5981 , p. 975-976 (2010)
  136. Isolation of Novel Extreme-Tolerant Cyanobacteria from a Rock-Dwelling Microbial Community by Using Exposure to Low Earth Orbit DOI
    Karen Olsson-Francis, Rosa de la Torre and Charles S. Cockell, Applied and Environmental Microbiology, 76, 7 , p. 2115-2121 (2010)
  137. The Chicxulub Asteroid Impact and Mass Extinction at the Cretaceous-Paleogene Boundary DOI
    Peter Schulte, Laia Alegret, Ignacio Arenillas, Jose A. Arz, Penny J. Barton, Paul R. Bown, Timothy J. Bralower, Gail L. Christeson, Philippe Claeys, Charles S. Cockell et al., Science, 327, 5970 , p. 1214-1218 (2010)
  138. Field geology on the Moon: Some lessons learned from the exploration of the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic DOI
    Gordon R. Osinski, Pascal Lee, Charles S. Cockell, Kelly Snook, Darlene S. S. Lim and Stephen Braham, Planetary and space science, 58, 4 , p. 646-657 (2010)
  139. Experimental methods for studying microbial survival in extraterrestrial environments DOI
    Karen Olsson-Francis and Charles S. Cockell, Journal of microbiological methods, 80, 1 , p. 113 (2010)
  140. Origin and Evolution of Life on Terrestrial Planets DOI
    A. Brack, G. Horneck, C. S. Cockell, A. Berces, N. K. Belisheva, Carlos Eiroa, Thomas Henning, Tom Herbst, Lisa Kaltenegger, Alain Leger et al., International Journal of Astrobiology, 10, 1 , p. 69-76 (2010)
  141. The Geomicrobiology of Catastrophe DOI
    Charles Seaton Cockell, A Comparison of Microbial Colonization in Post-volcanic and Impact Environments, p. 193-217 (2010)
  142. Survival of Akinetes (Resting-State Cells of Cyanobacteria) in Low Earth Orbit and Simulated Extraterrestrial Conditions DOI
    Karen Olsson-Francis, Rosa de la Torre, Martin C. Towner and Charles S. Cockell, Origins of life and evolution of biospheres, 39, 6 , p. 565-579 (2009)
  143. Description of Tessaracoccus profundi sp.nov., a deep-subsurface actinobacterium isolated from a Chesapeake impact crater drill core (940 m depth) DOI
    K. W. Finster, C. S. Cockell, M. A. Voytek, A. L. Gronstal, K. U. Kjeldsen and Charles Cockell, Antonie van Leeuwenhoek, 96, 4 , p. 515-526 (2009)
  144. Advancing the case for microbial conservation DOI
    Charles S. Cockell and Harriet L. Jones, Oryx, 43, 4 , p. 520-526 (2009)
  145. Cryptic Photosynthesis-Extrasolar Planetary Oxygen Without a Surface Biological Signature DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Lisa Kaltenegger and John A. Raven, International Journal of Astrobiology, 9, 7 , p. 623-636 (2009)
  146. Experiments on Mixotrophic Protists and Catastrophic Darkness DOI
    Harriet Jones, Charles S. Cockell, Claire Goodson, Nicola Price, Annika Simpson and Benjamin Thomas, International Journal of Astrobiology, 9, 6 , p. 563-571 (2009)
  147. A Cryptoendolithic Community in Volcanic Glass DOI
    Aude Herrera, Charles S Cockell, Stephen Self, Mark Blaxter, Joachim Reitner, Thorsteinn Thorsteinsson, Gernot Arp, Wolfgang Dröse and Andrew G Tindle, Astrobiology, 9, 4 , p. 369-381 (2009)
  148. What makes a planet habitable? DOI
    H. Lammer, J. H. Bredehoeft, A. Coustenis, M. L. Khodachenko, L. Kaltenegger, O. Grasset, D. Prieur, F. Raulin, P. Ehrenfreund, M. Yamauchi et al., Astronomy and astrophysics review, 17, 2 , p. 181-249 (2009)
  149. LIBERTY AND THE LIMITS TO THE EXTRATERRESTRIAL STATE
    Charles S. Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 62, 4 , p. 139-157 (2009)
  150. Darwin-an experimental astronomy mission to search for extrasolar planets DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Tom Herbst, Alain Leger, O. Absil, Charles Beichman, Willy Benz, Andre Brack, Bruno Chazelas, Alain Chelli, Herve Cottin et al., Experimental Astronomy, 23, 1 , p. 435-461 (2009)
  151. Laboratory experiments on the weathering of iron meteorites and carbonaceous chondrites by iron-oxidizing bacteria DOI
    Aaron Gronstal, Victoria Pearson, Andreas Kappler, Craig Dooris, Mahesh Anand, Franck Poitrasson, Terence P. Kee and Charles S. Cockell, Meteoritics & planetary science, 44, 2 , p. 233-247 (2009)
  152. A Festschrift in honour of Professor John A. Raven DOI
    Mitchell Andrews, John Beardall, Charles Cockell and Kevin Flynn, Plant Ecology & Diversity, 2, 2 , p. 107-110 (2009)
  153. Alteration textures in terrestrial volcanic glass and the associated bacterial community DOI
    K. Olsson-Francis, A. Herrera, A. Meunier and Charles Cockell, Geobiology, 7, 1 , p. 50-65 (2009)
  154. Association of anatase (TiO(2)) and microbes DOI
    Mihaela Glamoclija, Andrew Steele, Marc Fries, Juergen Schieber, Mary A. Voytek and Charles S. Cockell, Unusual fossilization effect or a potential biosignature? : Geological Society of America Special Papers, p. 965-975 (2009)
  155. Bacteria in Weathered Basaltic Glass, Iceland DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Karen Olsson, Felicity Knowles, Laura Kelly, Aude Herrera, Thorsteinn Thorsteinsson and Viggo Marteinsson, Geomicrobiology journal, 26, 7 , p. 491-507 (2009)
  156. Contamination assessment in microbiological sampling of the Eyreville core, Chesapeake Bay impact structure DOI
    Aaron L. Gronstal, Mary A. Voytek, Julie D. Kirshtein, Nicole M. von der Heyde, Michael D. Lowit and Charles S. Cockell, : Geological Society of America Special Papers, p. 951-964 (2009)
  157. Darwin-A Mission to Detect and Search for Life on Extrasolar Planets DOI
    C. S. Cockell, A. Leger, M. Fridlund, T. M. Herbst, L. Kaltenegger, O. Absil, C. Beichman, W. Benz, M. Blanc, A. Brack et al., Astrobiology, 9, 1 , p. 122 (2009)
  158. Earthrise: How Man First Saw the Earth DOI
    Charles Cockell, Nature, 457, 7225 , p. 30-30 (2009)
  159. Microbial abundance in the deep subsurface of the Chesapeake Bay impact crater: Relationship to lithology and impact processes DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Aaron L. Gronstal, Mary A. Voytek, Julie D. Kirshtein, Kai Finster, Ward E. Sanford, Mihaela Glamoclija, Gregory S. Gohn, David S. Powars and J. Wright Horton, : Geological Society of America Special Papers, p. 941-950 (2009)
  160. Planetary targets in the search for extrasolar oxygenic photosynthesis DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, John A. Raven, Lisa Kaltenegger and Roberta C. Logan, Plant Ecology & Diversity, 2, 2 , p. 207-219 (2009)
  161. Interstellar planetary protection DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Advances in Space Research, 42, 6 , p. 1161-1165 (2008)
  162. The evolution of inorganic carbon concentrating mechanisms in photosynthesis DOI
    John A. Raven, Charles S. Cockell and Christina L. De La Rocha, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 363, 1504 , p. 2641-2650 (2008)
  163. An essay on extraterrestrial liberty
    Charles S. Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 61, 7 , p. 255-275 (2008)
  164. Deep drilling into the Chesapeake Bay impact structure DOI
    G. S. Gohn, C. Koeberl, K. G. Miller, W. U. Reimold, J. V. Browning, C. S. Cockell, J. W. Horton, T. Kenkmann, A. A. Kulpecz, D. S. Powars et al., Science, 320, 5884 , p. 1740-1745 (2008)
  165. Mineralogical alteration of artificial meteorites during atmospheric entry. The STONE-5 experiment DOI
    Franz Brandstaetter, Andre Brack, Pietro Baglioni, Charles S. Cockell, Rene Demets, Howell G. M. Edwards, Gero Kurat, Gordon R. Osinski, Judith M. Pillinger, Claude-Alain Roten et al., Planetary and space science, 56, 7 , p. 976-984 (2008)
  166. Why are some microorganisms boring? DOI
    Charles S. Cockell and Aude Herrera, Trends in Microbiology, 16, 3 , p. 101-106 (2008)
  167. Ultraviolet radiation-induced limitation to epilithic microbial growth in and deserts - Dosimetric experiments in the hyperarid core of the Atacama Desert DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Christopher P. Mckay, Kim Warren-Rhodes and Gerda Horneck, Journal of Photochemistry & Photobiology, 90, 2 , p. 79-87 (2008)
  168. Microbial rock inhabitants survive hypervelocity impacts on Mars-like host planets: First phase of lithopanspermia experimentally tested DOI
    Gerda Horneck, Dieter Stoeffler, Sieglinde Ott, Ulrich Hornemann, Charles S. Cockell, Ralf Moeller, Cornelia Meyer, Jean-Pierre De Vera, Joerg Fritz, Sara Schade et al., Astrobiology, 8, 1 , p. 17-44 (2008)
  169. Control of lunar and martian dust - Experimental insights from artificial and natural cyanobacterial and algal crusts in the desert of Inner Mongolia, China DOI
    Yongding Liu, Charles S. Cockell, Gaohong Wang, Chunxiang Hu, Lanzhou Chen and Roberto De Philippis, International Journal of Astrobiology, 8, 1 , p. 75-86 (2008)
  170. Effect of cyanobacterial growth on biotite surfaces under laboratory nutrient-limited conditions DOI
    D. Kapitulcinova, C. S. Cockell, K. R. Hallam, K. V. Ragnarsdottir and Charles Cockell, Mineralogical Magazine, 72, 1 , p. 71-75 (2008)
  171. Identification of morphological biosignatures in martian analogue field specimens using in situ planetary instrumentation DOI
    Derek Pullan, Frances Westall, Beda A. Hofmann, John Parnell, Charles S. Cockell, Howell G. M. Edwards, Susana E. Jorge Villar, Christian Schroeder, Gordon Cressey, Lucia Marinangeli et al., International Journal of Astrobiology, 8, 1 , p. 119-156 (2008)
  172. The interplanetary exchange of photosynthesis DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Origins of life and evolution of biospheres, 38, 1 , p. 87-104 (2008)
  173. Application of pulsed-excitation fluorescence imager for daylight detection of sparse life in tests in the Atacama Desert DOI
    S. Weinstein, D. Pane, L. A. Ernst, K. Warren-Rhodes, J. M. Dohm, A. N. Hock, J. L. Piatek, S. Emani, F. Lanni, M. Wagner et al., Journal of Geophysical Research, 113, G1 (2008)
  174. Bacterial colonization and weathering of terrestrial obsidian in Iceland DOI
    Aude Herrera, Charles S. Cockell, Stephen Self, Mark Blaxter, Joachim Reitner, Gernot Arp, Wolfgang Droese, Thorsteinn Thorsteinsson and Andrew G. Tindle, Geomicrobiology journal, 25, 1 , p. 25-37 (2008)
  175. Cyanobacterial bacteriohopanepolyol signatures from cultures and natural environmental settings DOI
    Helen M. Talbot, Roger E. Summons, Linda L. Jahnke, Charles S. Cockell, Michel Rohmer and Paul Farrimond, Organic Geochemistry, 39, 2 , p. 232-263 (2008)
  176. Shock experiments in support of the Lithopanspermia theory: the influence of host rock composition, temperature and shock pressure on the survival rate of endolithic and epilithic microorganisms DOI
    C. Meyer, D. Stoeffler, M. Misgaiski, J. Fritz, R. Moeller, E. Rabbow, G. Horneck, J-P De Vera, C. Cockell and U. Hornemann, International Journal of Astrobiology, 7, 1 , p. 70-70 (2008)
  177. Life in the Atacama: A scoring system for habitability and the robotic exploration for life DOI
    Andrew N. Hock, Nathalie A. Cabrol, James M. Dohm, Jennifer Piatek, Kim Warren-Rhodes, Shmuel Weinstein, David S. Wettergreen, Edmond A. Grin, Jeffrey Moersch, Charles S. Cockell et al., Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, G4 (2007)
  178. Impact-induced impoverishment and transformation of a sandstone habitat for lithophytic microorganisms
    Charles S. Cockell and Gordon R. Osinski, Meteoritics & planetary science, 42, 11 , p. 1985-1993 (2007)
  179. Surface and subsurface composition of the Life in the Atacama field sites from rover data and orbital image analysis DOI
    Jennifer L. Piatek, Craig Hardgrove, Jeffrey E. Moersch, Darrell M. Drake, Michael B. Wyatt, Michael Rampey, Orion Carlisle, Kim Warren-Rhodes, James M. Dohm, Andrew N. Hock et al., Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, G4 (2007)
  180. Lunar astrobiology DOI
    Aaron Gronstal, Charles S. Cockell, Maria Antonietta Perino, Tobias Bittner, Erik Clacey, Olathe Clark, Olivier Ingold, Catarina Alves De Oliveira and Steven Wathiong, Astrobiology, 7, 5 , p. 767-782 (2007)
  181. Comparing different methods for assessing ground truth of rover data analysis for the 2005 season of the Life in the Atacama Project DOI
    G. W. Thomas, I. Ukstins Peate, J. Nakamoto, E. Pudenz, J. Glasgow, J. Bretthauer, N. Cabrol, D. Wettergreen, E. Grin, P. Coppin et al., Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, G4 (2007)
  182. Searching for microbial life remotely DOI
    K. Warren-Rhodes, S. Weinstein, J. Dohm, J. Piatek, E. Minkley, A. Hock, C. S. Cockell, D. Pane, L. A. Ernst, G. Fisher et al., Journal of Geophysical Research, 112, G4 (2007)
  183. Microbe-mineral interactions in naturally radioactive beach sands from Espirito Santo, Brazil: experiments on mutagenicity DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Harilaos Tsikos, Marco Durante and John Parnell, Radiation and environmental biophysics, 46, 3 , p. 247-253 (2007)
  184. Searching for life on mars: Selection of molecular targets for ESA's aurora ExoMars mission DOI
    John Parnell, David Cullen, Mark R. Sims, Stephen Bowden, Charles S. Cockell, Richard Court, Pascale Ehrenfreund, Francois Gaubert, William Grant, Victor Parro et al., Astrobiology, 7, 4 , p. 578-604 (2007)
  185. Ozone and life on the Archaean earth DOI
    Charles S. Cockell and John A. Raven, Philosophical Transactions A: Mathematical, Physical and Engineering Sciences, 365, 1856 , p. 1889-1901 (2007)
  186. Exploring microbial diversity in volcanic environments: A review of methods in DNA extraction DOI
    Aude Herrera and Charles S. Cockell, Journal of microbiological methods, 70, 1 , p. 1-12 (2007)
  187. First evidence for a bipolar distribution of dominant freshwater lake bacterioplankton DOI
    David A. Pearce, Charles S. Cockell, Eva S. Lindstrom and Lars J. Tranvik, Antarctic Science, 19, 2 , p. 245-252 (2007)
  188. Originism: Ethics and extraterrestrial life
    Charles S. Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 60, 4 , p. 147-153 (2007)
  189. Emergence of a habitable planet DOI
    Kevin Zahnle, Nick Arndt, Charles S. Cockell, Alex Halliday, Euan Nisbet, Franck Selsis and Norman H. Sleep, Space Science Reviews, 129, 1-3 , p. 35-78 (2007)
  190. Mutually assured pathogenicity DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 32, 1 , p. 7-10 (2007)
  191. A pilot survey of attitudes to space sciences and exploration among British school children DOI
    Harriet Jones, Kay Yeoman and Charles Cockell, Space policy, 23, 1 , p. 20-23 (2007)
  192. Experimental evidence for the potential impact ejection of viable microorganisms from Mars and Mars-like planets DOI
    Dieter Stoeffler, Gerda Horneck, Sieglinde Ott, Ulrich Hornemann, Charles S. Cockell, Ralf Moeller, Cornelia Meyer, Jean-Pierre de Vera, Joerg Fritz and Natalia A. Artemieva, Icarus, 186, 2 , p. 585-588 (2007)
  193. Interplanetary transfer of photosynthesis: An experimental demonstration of a selective dispersal filter in planetary island biogeography DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Andre Brack, David D. Wynn-Williams, Pietro Baglioni, Franz Brandstaetter, Rene Demets, Howell G. M. Edwards, Aaron L. Gronstal, Gero Kurat, Pascal Lee et al., Astrobiology, 7, 1 , p. 1-9 (2007)
  194. Geomicrobiology of a weathering crust from an impact crater and a hypothesis for its formation DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Niki Kennerley, Maurits Lindstrom, Jonathan Watson, Vala Ragnarsdottir, Erik Sturkell, Sieglinde Ott and Andrew G. Tindle, Geomicrobiology journal, 24, 5 , p. 425-440 (2007)
  195. Planetary parks- formulating a wilderness policy for planetary bodies DOI
    Charles S. Cockell and Gerda Horneck, Space policy, 22, 4 , p. 256-261 (2006)
  196. Implications of a 3.472-3.333 Gyr-old subaerial microbial mat from the Barberton greenstone belt, South Africa for the UV environmental conditions on the early Earth DOI
    Frances Westall, Cornel E. J. de Ronde, Gordon Southam, Nathalie Grassineau, Maggy Colas, Charles S. Cockell and Helmut Lammer, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 361, 1474 , p. 1857-1875 (2006)
  197. The origin and emergence of life under impact bombardment DOI
    Charles S. Cockell, Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society B: Biological Sciences, 361, 1474 , p. 1845-1855 (2006)
  198. Hypolithic colonization of opaque rocks in the Arctic and Antarctic Polar Desert
    Charles S. Cockell and M. Dale Stokes, Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 38, 3 , p. 335-342 (2006)
  199. Influence on photosynthesis of starlight, moonlight, planetlight, and light pollution (reflections on photosynthetically active radiation in the universe)
    J. A. Raven and C. S. Cockell, Astrobiology, 6, 4 , p. 668-675 (2006)
  200. Dying planet: Mars in science and the imagination
    CS Cockell, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 31, 1 , p. 94-96 (2006)
  201. The ethical relevance of earth-like extrasolar planets
    Charles S. Cockell, Environmental Ethics, 28, 3 , p. 303-314 (2006)
  202. Application of organic geochemistry to detect signatures of organic matter in the Haughton impact structure
    J Parnell, P Lee, GR Osinski and CS Cockell, Meteoritics & planetary science, 40, 12 , p. 1879-1885 (2005)
  203. Effects of asteroid and comet impacts on habitats for lithophytic organisms - A synthesis
    CS Cockell, P Lee, P Broady, DSS Lim, GR Osinski, J Parnell, C Koeberl, L Pesonen and J Salminen, Meteoritics & planetary science, 40, 12 , p. 1901-1914 (2005)
  204. Geological overview and cratering model for the Haughton impact structure, Devon Island, Canadian High Arctic
    GR Osinski, P Lee, JG Spray, J Parnell, DSS Lim, TE Bunch, CS Cockell and B Glass, Meteoritics & planetary science, 40, 12 , p. 1759-1776 (2005)
  205. Re-evaluating the age of the Haughton impact event
    SC Sherlock, SP Kelley, J Parnell, P Green, P Lee, GR Osinsk and CS Cockell, Meteoritics & planetary science, 40, 12 , p. 1777-1787 (2005)
  206. Planetary protection - A microbial ethics approach DOI
    CS Cockell, Space policy, 21, 4 , p. 287-292 (2005)
  207. Radiative habitable zones in martian polar environments DOI
    C Cordoba-Jabonero, MP Zorzano, F Selsis, MR Patel and CS Cockell, Icarus, 175, 2 , p. 360-371 (2005)
  208. Effects of a simulated martian UV flux on the cyanobacterium, Chroococcidiopsis sp 029
    CS Cockell, AC Schuerger, D Billi, EI Friedmann and C Panitz, Astrobiology, 5, 2 , p. 127-140 (2005)
  209. Genomics: applications to Antarctic ecosystems DOI
    LS Peck, MS Clark, A Clarke, CS Cockell, P Convey, HW Detrich, KPP Fraser, IA Johnston, BA Methe, AE Murray et al., Polar biology, 28, 5 , p. 351-365 (2005)
  210. The evolutionary and ecological benefits of asteroid and comet impacts DOI
    CS Cockell and PA Bland, Trends in Ecology & Evolution, 20, 4 , p. 175-179 (2005)
  211. The scientific case for human space exploration
    J. Crawford and C Cockell, Astronomy & Geophysics, 46, 1 , p. 17-18 (2005)
  212. Vanguard - a European robotic astrobiology-focussed Mars sub-surface mission proposal DOI
    A Ellery, AJ Ball, C Cockell, D Dickensheets, H Edwards, C Kolb, H Lammer, M Patel and L Richter, Acta astronautica, 56, 3 , p. 397-407 (2005)
  213. Duties to extraterrestrial microscopic organisms
    CS Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 58, 11-12 , p. 367-373 (2005)
  214. Raman spectroscopic analysis of cyanobacterial gypsum halotrophs and relevance for sulfate deposits on Mars DOI
    HGM Edwards, SEJ Villar, J Parnell, CS Cockell and P Lee, Analyst, 130, 6 , p. 917-923 (2005)
  215. Raman spectroscopy of endoliths from Antarctic cold desert environments DOI
    SEJ Villar, HGM Edwards and CS Cockell, Analyst, 130, 2 , p. 156-162 (2005)
  216. The unsupported transpolar assault on the Martian Geographic North Pole
    CS Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 58, 1-2 , p. 28-33 (2005)
  217. The value of microorganisms
    CS Cockell, Environmental Ethics, 27, 4 , p. 375-390 (2005)
  218. A Planetary Park system for Mars DOI
    CS Cockell and G Horneck, Space policy, 20, 4 , p. 291-295 (2004)
  219. Ecology - Widespread colonization by polar hypoliths DOI
    CS Cockell and MD Stokes, Nature, 431, 7007 , p. 414-414 (2004)
  220. Microbial colonization in impact-generated hydrothermal sulphate deposits, Haughton impact structure, and implications for sulphates on Mars DOI
    J. Parnell, P. Lee, C. S. Cockell and G. R. Osinski, International Journal of Astrobiology, 3, 3 , p. 247-256 (2004)
  221. Stratified response to environmental stress in a polar lichen characterized with FT-Raman microscopic analysis DOI
    HGM Edwards, DD Wynn-Williams, SJ Little, LFC de Oliveira, CS Cockell and JC Ellis-Evan, Spectrochimica Acta - Part A: Molecular and Biomolecular Spectroscopy, 60, 8-9 , p. 2029-2033 (2004)
  222. Protective pigmentation in UVB-screened Antarctic lichens studied by Fourier transform Raman spectroscopy DOI
    HGM Edwards, CS Cockell, EM Newton and DD Wynn-Williams, Journal of Raman Spectroscopy, 35, 6 , p. 463-469 (2004)
  223. The rights of microbes DOI
    CS Cockell, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 29, 2 , p. 141-150 (2004)
  224. The value of humans in the biological exploration of space DOI
    CS Cockell, Earth moon and planets, 94, 3-4 , p. 233-243 (2004)
  225. Zones of photosynthetic potential on Mars and the early Earth DOI
    CS Cockell and JA Raven, Icarus, 169, 2 , p. 300-310 (2004)
  226. Antarctic genomics DOI
    MS Clark, A Clarke, CS Cockell, P Convey, HW Detrich, KPP Fraser, IA Johnston, BA Methe, AE Murray, LS Peck et al., Comparative and functional genomics, 5, 3 , p. 230-238 (2004)
  227. The UV environment of the Beagle 2 landing site: detailed investigations and detection of atmospheric state DOI
    MR Patel, AA Christou, CS Cockell, TJ Ringrose and JC Zarnecki, Icarus, 168, 1 , p. 93-115 (2004)
  228. A migratory Martian base - Using the polar summer, escaping the polar winter
    CS Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 57, 1-2 , p. 40-44 (2004)
  229. Biological UV dosimetry using the DLR-biofilm DOI
    P Rettberg and CS Cockell, Photochemical & photobiological sciences, 3, 8 , p. 781-787 (2004)
  230. Coupling of climate change and biotic UV exposure through changing snow-ice covers in terrestrial habitats
    CS Cockell and C Cordoba-Jabonero, Photochemistry and photobiology, 79, 1 , p. 26-31 (2004)
  231. Field innovations in support of Martian polar expeditions
    CS Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 57, 3-4 , p. 92-98 (2004)
  232. Martian expedition planning - Foreword
    C Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 57, 3-4 , p. 74-74 (2004)
  233. Medical issues for a human mission to Mars and Martian surface expeditions
    JA Jones, M Barratt, R Effenhauser, CS Cockell and P Lee, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 57, 3-4 , p. 144-160 (2004)
  234. Protection from UV radiation in the economic crop, Opuntia spp.
    CS Cockell, J Berry, A Southern, A Herrera and C Yackulic, Economic botany, 58 (2004)
  235. The ascent of Olympus - An Everest anniversary perspective
    CS Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 57, 3-4 , p. 103-107 (2004)
  236. The circumnavigation of the moon
    CS Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 57, 7-8 , p. 277-282 (2004)
  237. The Trans-Hellas expedition - An exercise in Martian expedition planning
    CS Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 57, 3-4 , p. 108-112 (2004)
  238. The uses of Martian ice DOI
    CS Cockell, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 29, 4 , p. 395-407 (2004)
  239. A scientific response to small asteroid and comet impacts DOI
    CS Cockell, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 28, 2 , p. 74-75 (2003)
  240. Exobiological protocol and laboratory for the human exploration of Mars - Lessons from a polar impact crater
    CS Cockell, DSS Lim, S Braham, P Lee and B Clancey, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 56, 3-4 , p. 74-86 (2003)
  241. Measurements of microbial protection from ultraviolet radiation in polar terrestrial microhabitats DOI
    CS Cockell, P Rettberg, G Horneck, K Scherer and MD Stokes, Polar biology, 26, 1 , p. 62-69 (2003)
  242. Solar UV irradiation conditions on the surface of Mars
    G Ronto, A Berces, H Lammer, CS Cockell, GJ Molina-Cuberos, MR Patel and F Selsis, Photochemistry and photobiology, 77, 1 , p. 34-40 (2003)
  243. The human exploration of the Martian poles part 1 - From early expeditions to a permanent station
    CS Cockell and AA Ellery, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 56, 1-2 , p. 33-42 (2003)
  244. The human exploration of the Martian poles part 2 - Support technologies
    AA Ellery and CS Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 56, 1-2 , p. 43-55 (2003)
  245. The impact crater as a habitat: Effects of impact processing of target materials
    CS Cockell, GR Osinski and P Lee, Astrobiology, 3, 1 , p. 181-191 (2003)
  246. Astrobiology - a new opportunity for interdisciplinary thinking
    CS Cockell, Space policy, 18, 4 , p. 263-266 (2002)
  247. Fostering links between environmental and space exploration
    CS Cockell, D White, D Messier and MD Stokes, Space policy, 18, 4 , p. 301-306 (2002)
  248. Impact-induced microbial endolithic habitats
    CS Cockell, P Lee, G Osinski, G Horneck and P Broady, Meteoritics & planetary science, 37, 10 , p. 1287-1298 (2002)
  249. Influence of ice and snow covers on the UV exposure of terrestrial microbial communities: dosimetric studies
    CS Cockell, P Rettberg, G Horneck, DD Wynn-Williams, K Scherer and A Gugg-Helminger, Journal of Photochemistry & Photobiology, 68, 1 , p. 23-32 (2002)
  250. The biology of impact craters - a review DOI
    CS Cockell and P Lee, Biological reviews, 77, 3 , p. 279-310 (2002)
  251. Human exposure to ultraviolet radiation at the Antipodes - a comparison between an Antarctic (67 degrees S) and Arctic (75 degrees N) location DOI
    CS Cockell, G Horneck, P Rettberg, J Arendt, K Scherer, R Facius and A Gugg-Helminger, Polar biology, 25, 7 , p. 492-499 (2002)
  252. On the plausibility of a UV transparent biochemistry
    CS Cockell and A Airo, Origins of life and evolution of biospheres, 32, 3 , p. 255-274 (2002)
  253. Impact excavation and the search for subsurface life on Mars DOI
    CS Cockell and NG Barlow, Icarus, 155, 2 , p. 340-349 (2002)
  254. 'Radio-agriculture' - Ground and space-based determination of agricultural productivity
    CS Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 55, 11-12 , p. 362-365 (2002)
  255. Interstellar predation
    CS Cockell and M Lee, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 55, 1-2 , p. 8-20 (2002)
  256. Mars is an awful place to live DOI
    CS Cockell, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 27, 1 , p. 32-38 (2002)
  257. The science and scientific legacy of Operation Chastise DOI
    CS Cockell, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 27, 4 , p. 278-286 (2002)
  258. The Trans-Mars Expedition - A long-distance, long-duration, scientific EVA
    CS Cockell, Jbis-Journal of the british interplanetary society, 55, 9-10 , p. 291-306 (2002)
  259. Martian polar expeditions: Problems and solutions
    CS Cockell, Acta astronautica, 49, 12 , p. 693-706 (2001)
  260. The martian and extraterrestrial uv radiation environment part II: Further considerations on materials and desi,qn criteria for artificial ecosystems
    CS Cockell, Acta astronautica, 49, 11 , p. 631-640 (2001)
  261. Exposure of arctic field scientists to ultraviolet radiation evaluated using personal dosimeters
    CS Cockell, K Scherer, G Horneck, P Rettberg, R Facius, A Gugg-Helminger, C Driscoll and P Lee, Photochemistry and photobiology, 74, 4 , p. 570-578 (2001)
  262. Microbiology and vegetation of micro-oases and polar desert, Haughton impact crater, Devon Island, Nunavut, Canada
    CS Cockell, P Lee, AC Schuerger, L Hidalgo, JA Jones and MD Stokes, Arctic, Antarctic, and Alpine Research, 33, 3 , p. 306-318 (2001)
  263. Geological characterization of remote field sites using visible and infrared spectroscopy: Results from the 1999 Marsokhod field test
    Toby Johnson, SW Ruff, J Moersch, T Roush, K Horton, J Bishop, NA Cabrol, CS Cockell, P Gazis, HE Newsom et al., Journal of Geophysical Research, 106, E4 , p. 7683-7711 (2001)
  264. Search for life on Mars in surface samples: Lessons from the 1999 Marsokhod rover field experiment
    HE Newsom, JL Bishop, CS Cockell, TL Roush and Toby Johnson, Journal of Geophysical Research, 106, E4 , p. 7713-7720 (2001)
  265. The 1999 Marsokhod rover mission simulation at Silver Lake, California: Mission overview, data sets, and summary of results
    CR Stoker, NA Cabrol, TR Roush, J Moersch, J Aubele, N Barlow, EA Bettis, J Bishop, M Chapman, S Clifford et al., Journal of Geophysical Research, 106, E4 , p. 7639-7663 (2001)
  266. The history of the UV radiation climate of the earth - Theoretical and space-based observations
    CS Cockell and G Horneck, Photochemistry and photobiology, 73, 4 , p. 447-451 (2001)
  267. 'Astrobiology' and the ethics of new science
    CS Cockell, Interdisciplinary Science Reviews, 26, 2 , p. 90-96 (2001)
  268. Lack of UV radiation in Biosphere 2 - practical and theoretical effects on plants
    CS Cockell, A Southern and A Herrera, Ecological Engineering, 16, 2 , p. 293-299 (2000)
  269. Ultraviolet radiation and the photobiology of earth's early oceans
    CS Cockell, Origins of life and evolution of biospheres, 30, 5 , p. 467-499 (2000)
  270. The ultraviolet environment of Mars: Biological implications past, present, and future
    CS Cockell, DC Catling, WL Davis, K Snook, RL Kepner, P Lee and CP McKay, Icarus, 146, 2 , p. 343-359 (2000)
  271. UV radiation and potential biological effects beneath the perennial ice cover of an antarctic lake
    RL Kepner, RA Wharton, RD Collier, CS Cockell and WH Jeffrey, Hydrobiologia, 427, 1-3 , p. 155-165 (2000)
  272. "Ultraviolet spring" and the ecological consequences of catastrophic impacts
    CS Cockell and R Blaustein, Ecology Letters, 3, 2 , p. 77-81 (2000)
  273. The ultraviolet history of the terrestrial planets - implications for biological evolution
    CS Cockell, Planetary and space science, 48, 2-3 , p. 203-214 (2000)
  274. Radiation: microbial evolution, ecology, and relevance to Mars missions
    LJ Rothschild and CS Cockell, Mutation research, 430, 2 , p. 281-291 (1999)
  275. Life on venus
    CS Cockell, Planetary and space science, 47, 12 , p. 1487-1501 (1999)
  276. Carbon biochemistry and the ultraviolet radiation environments of F, G, and K main sequence stars
    CS Cockell, Icarus, 141, 2 , p. 399-407 (1999)
  277. Ultraviolet radiation screening compounds
    CS Cockell and J Knowland, Biological reviews of the cambridge philosophical society, 74, 3 , p. 311-345 (1999)
  278. Polar winter: A biological model for impact events and related dark/cold climatic changes
    CS Cockell and MD Stokes, Climatic Change, 41, 2 , p. 151-173 (1999)
  279. The effects of UV radiation A and B on diurnal variation in photosynthesis in three taxonomically and ecologically diverse microbial mats
    CS Cockell and LJ Rothschild, Photochemistry and photobiology, 69, 2 , p. 203-210 (1999)
  280. Crises and extinction in the fossil record - a role for ultraviolet radiation?
    CS Cockell, Paleobiology, 25, 2 , p. 212-225 (1999)
  281. The Martian and extraterrestrial UV radiation environment - 1. Biological and closed-loop ecosystem considerations
    CS Cockell and AL Andrady, Acta astronautica, 44, 1 , p. 53-62 (1999)
  282. Biological effects of high ultraviolet radiation on early Earth - a theoretical evaluation
    CS Cockell, Journal of Theoretical Biology, 193, 4 , p. 717-729 (1998)
  283. Evidence that the conformation of unliganded human plasminogen is maintained via an intramolecular interaction between the lysine-binding site of kringle 5 and the N-terminal peptide
    CS Cockell, JM Marshall, KM Dawson, SA Cederholm-Williams and CP Ponting, Biochemical Journal, 333, p. 99-105 (1998)
  284. Ultraviolet radiation, evolution and the pi-electron system
    CS Cockell, Biological journal of the linnean society, 63, 3 , p. 449-457 (1998)