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Arrokoth (2014 MU69)
Spencer, J. R., al., e., 2020. The Geology and Geophysics of Kuiper Belt Object (486958) Arrokoth. Science, doi:10.1126/science.aay3999. <<Contributed crater data, figures, statistics, etc.>>

Greenstreet, S., Gladman, B., McKinnon, W. B., Kavelaars, J. J., Singer, K. N., 2019. Crater Density Predictions for New Horizons Flyby Target 2014 MU69. ApJ Letters 872, L5, 6 pp. doi:10.3847/2041-8213/ab01db

Pluto and Charon

Singer, K. N.
, and the New Horizons Team (2019) Impact craters on Pluto and Charon indicate a deficit of small Kuiper belt objects. Science, 363, 955.

Moore, J. M., et al., (2016) The geology of Pluto and Charon through the eyes of New Horizons. Science 351, 1284-1293. doi:10.1126/science.aad7055  (Arxiv
<<Contributed to various parts of this paper>>

Weaver, H. A., et al., (2016) The small satellites of Pluto as observed by New Horizons. Science 351, aae0030. doi:10.1126/science.aae0030  (Arxiv)  
<<Contributed a figure and crater analysis to this paper>>

Grundy, W. M., et al., (2016) The formation of Charon's red poles from seasonally cold-trapped volatiles. Nature 539, 65-68.  <<Contributed some thoughts and minor analysis to this paper>>

Singer, K.N
., and Stern, S.A. (2015). On the Provenance of Pluto’s N2 (Nitrogen). ApJ Letters.  Accepted Manuscript.

Singer, K.N., McKinnon, W.B., and Nowiki, L.T. (2013) Secondary Craters from Large Impacts on Europa and Ganymede: Ejecta Size-velocity Distributions on Icy Worlds, and the Scaling of Ejecta Blocks. Icarus, 226, 1, 865-884.

Cataldi, G., et al. (2017) Searching for biosignatures in exoplanetary impact ejecta. Astrobiology17, 721-746. doi:10.1089/ast.2015.1437


Singer, K. N., Bland, M. T., Schenk, P. M., McKinnon, W. B., (2018) Relaxed impact craters on Ganymede: Regional variation and high heat flows. Icarus 306, 214-224. doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2018.01.012

Singer, K.N., McKinnon, W.B., Schenk, P.M., and Moore, J.M. (2012). Massive ice avalanches on Iapetus caused by friction reduction during flash heating.  Nature Geoscience, 5, 8, 574-578.

Singer, K.N.
and McKinnon, W.B. (2011). Tectonics on Iapetus: Despinning, respinning or something completely different?  Icarus, 216, 1, 198-211

Bland, M. T., Singer, K. N., McKinnon, W. B., Schenk, P. M. (2012) Enceladus' extreme heat flux as revealed by its relaxed craters. Geophysical Research Letters, 39, 17204.

Hynek, B.M. and Singer, K. (2007). Ground truth from the Opportunity Rover for Mars thermal inertia data. Geophysical Research Letters, 34, 11201.

Selected Abstracts

Singer, K. N., etal, 2019. Impact Craters on 2014 MU69: Implications for the Geologic History of MU69 and Kuiper Belt Population Size-Frequency Distributions. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference.

Pluto and Charon

Singer, K., et al., 2019. The Kuiper belt vs the asteroid belt: Insights from the New Horizons mission results. EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2019, Vol. 2019.

Singer, K. N., et al., 2017. Chaotic Mountain Blocks in Pluto’s Sputnik Planitia. AAA/DPS Meet. Abst., Vol. 49,  id.221.01.

Singer, K. N., et al., 2016. Pluto's Putative Cryovolcanic Constructs. Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Vol. 47, pp. 2276.

Singer, K. N., et al., 2016. Impact Craters on Pluto and Charon Indicate a Deficit of Small Kuiper Belt Objects. AAS/Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting Abstracts, Vol. 48, pp. #213.12.

Singer, K. N., and S. A. Stern (2015), Impacts and Cratering on Pluto: Implications for the Source of Pluto's Nitrogen (N2), LPI Contributions, 1841, 9031.


Singer, K. N., McKinnon, W. B., Schenk, P. M., 2017. Two Geologic Constraints on Europa's Ice Shell Thickness and Implications for Habitability. Europa Deep Dive 1: Ice-Shell Exchange Processes, Vol. 2048.

Singer, K. N., McKinnon, W. B., Schenk, P. M. (2013) Ice Shell Thickness and Endogenic Processes on Europa from Mapping and Topographic Analyses of Pits, Uplifts and Small Chaos Features. AGU abstract #P54A-02.

Singer, K. N., McKinnon, W. B., Schenk, P. M. (2013) Ice lithosphere thickness on Europa from impact basin ring-graben. LPSC abstract  #2197.

Singer, K.N., McKinnon, W.B., and Schenk, P.M. (2010).  Pits, Spots, Uplifts, and Small Chaos Regions on Europa: Evidence for Diapiric Upwelling from Morphology and Morphometry.  LPSC abstract #2195.

Singer, K.N., McKinnon, W.B., and Schenk, P.M. (2009).  Pits, Spots, Uplifts, and Small Chaos Regions on Europa: A Search for Regional Variations.  LPSC abstract #2336.

Ganymede and Enceladus Viscous Relaxation

Singer, K.N., Bland, M. T., McKinnon, W. B., Schenk, P. M. (2012) Relaxed craters across Enceladus signal widespread high heat flows. DPS abstract #112.11.

Singer, K.N., Bland, M.T., McKinnon, W.B. , and Schenk, P.M. (2012). Relaxed Impact Craters on Ganymede: Not all Sulci are Created Equal. LPSC abstract #2775.

Bland, M.T., Singer, K.N., McKinnon, W.B., and Schenk, P.M. (2012) Crater Relaxation on Enceladus: Takes of High Heat Fluxes in Unexpected Places. LPSC abstract #2168.

Singer, K.N., Bland, M.T., McKinnon, W.B. , and Schenk, P.M. (2011). Topographic Analysis of Impact Craters on Enceladus and Ganymede: Evidence for Viscous Relaxation. EPSC-DPS2011-1161.

Bland, M.T., Singer, K.N., McKinnon, W.B. (2011). Enceladus' ancient heat flux: Clues from numerical simulation of crater relaxation. EPSC-DPS2011-1050. 

Bland, M.T., Singer, K.N., McKinnon, W.B. , and Schenk, P.M. (2011). Constraints on Ganymede’s Thermal Evolution from Models of Crater Relaxation. LPSC abstract #1814.


Singer, K. N., W. B. McKinnon, B. L. Jolliff, and J. B. Plescia (2015), Icy Satellite and Lunar Ejecta from Mapping of Secondary Craters: Implications for Sesquinary Forming Fragments, LPI Contributions, 1841, 9034.

Ostrach, L. R., K. N. Singer, N. E. Petro, and M. S. Robinson (2015), Detecting Non-Obvious Secondary Craters on the Moon, LPI Contributions, 1841, 9028.

Singer, K. N., McKinnon, W. B., Jolliff, B.L. (2013) Secondary Craters and the Size-Velocity Distribution of Ejected Fragments around Lunar Craters Measured Using LROC Images. AGU abstract #P41F-1976.

Singer, K.N., Nowicki, L., McKinnon, W.B., and Schenk, P.M. (2011). Secondary Craters and Ejecta on Icy Satellites: Size-velocity Distributions.  LPSC abstract #1649.

Kring, D. A., … Singer, K. N., et al. (2011) Fold Hinge in Overturned Coconino Sandstone and its Structural Displacement During the Formation of Barringer Meteorite Crater (a.k.a Meteor Crater). LPSC abstract #1740.

Kring, D. A., … Singer, K. N., et al. (2011) Asymmetrical Distribution of Impact Ejected Lithologies at Barringer Meteorite Crater (a.k.a Meteor Crater). LPSC abstract #1746.

McKinnon, W.B. and Singer, K.N. (2010). Small Impact Craters on Triton: Evidence for a Turn-up in the Size-frequency Distribution of Small (sub-km) KBOs, and Arguments Against a Planetocentric Origin. DPS abstract #42, #20.09.


McKinnon, W.B., Singer, K.N., Schenk, P.M. and Moore, J.M. (2012) Massive Ice Avalanches on Iapetus, and the Mechanism of Friction Reduction in Long-runout Landslides. LPSC abstract #2823.

Singer, K.N. and McKinnon, W.B. (2010).  Iapetian Tectonics: Despinning, Respinning, Contraction, Or Something Completely Different? DPS abstract #42, #1.01.

Singer, K.N., McKinnon, W.B., Schenk, P.M., and Moore, J.M. (2009).  Large Landslides on Iapetus: Implications for Crater and Ridge Modification.  DPS meeting abstract #41, #38.01.

Singer, K.N. and McKinnon, W.B. (2008). A Search for Despinning Fractures on Iapetus.  LPSC abstract #2415.


Singer, K. N., McKinnon, W. B., Schenk, P. M. (2013) Large landslides on icy satellites: New examples from Rhea and Tethys. LPSC abstract #2955.

Niebur, S. M., Singer, K., Gardner-Vandy, K., Manning, J. G., Gibbs, M. G., Daou, D. (2012) Women in Planetary Science: Career Resources and e-Mentoring on Blogs, Twitter, Facebook, Google+, and Pinterest. In: J. B. Jensen, (Ed.), Connecting People to Science: A National Conference on Science Education and Public Outreach, Vol. 457, pp. 313.

Lynch, K. L., Smith, I. B.,  Singer, K. N., et al. (2011) The Ganymede Interior Structure, and Magnetosphere Observer (GISMO) Mission Concept. LPSC abstract #2364.