NOTES

 

1. National Research Council, Mars Sample Return: Issues and Recommendations, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 1997, pp. 30-33.

 

2. National Research Council, The Quarantine and Certification of Martian Samples, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 2002, pp. 47-59.

 

3. J.H. Allton, J.R. Bagby, and P.D. Stabekis, “Lessons Learned During Apollo Lunar Sample Quarantine and Sample Curation,” Advances in Space Research 22:373-382, 1998.

 

4. M.S. Race, J.H. Allton, C.C. Allen, and J.Y. Richmond, “Containment Design Concepts for Extraterrestrial Sample Materials,” in Anthology of Biosafety: 1. Perspectives on Laboratory Design (J.Y. Richmond, ed.), American Biological Safety Association, Mundelein, Ill., 1999.

 

5. National Research Council, The Quarantine and Certification of Martian Samples, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 2002.

 

6. J.D. Rummel, M.S. Race, D.L. DeVincenzi, P.J. Schad, P.D. Stabekis, M. Viso, and S.E. Acevedo, eds., A Draft Test Protocol for Detecting Possible Biohazards in Martian Samples Returned to Earth, NASA/CP-20-02-211842, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif., 2002.

 

7. D.L. DeVincenzi, J. Bagby, M. Race, and J. Rummel, eds., Mars Sample Quarantine Protocol Workshop Report, NASA/CP-199-208722, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif., 1999.

 

8. M.H. Carr, ed., Mars Sample Handling and Requirements Panel (MSHARP): Final Report, NASA/TM-199-209145, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Pasadena, Calif., 1999.

 

9. G.J. MacPherson and the Mars Sample Return Science Steering Group, “Groundbreaking MSR: Science Requirements and Cost Estimates for a First Mars Surface Sample-return Mission,” unpublished white paper, 2002, available at http://mepag.jpl.nasa.gov/reports/index.html.

 

10. G.J. MacPherson and the Mars Sample Return Science Steering Group II, “The First Mars Surface Sample-return Mission: Revised Science Considerations in Light of the 2004 MER Results,” unpublished white paper, 2005, available as Appendix III of Science Priorities for Mars Sample Return, posted March 2008 by the Mars Exploration Program Analysis Group at http://mepag.jpl.nasa.gov/reports/ND-SAG_Appendix_IIIpost1.doc.

 

11. International Mars Architecture for the Return of Samples (iMARS) Working Group, Preliminary Planning for an International Mars Sample Return Mission: Report of the International Mars Architecture for the Return of Samples (iMARS) Working Group, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington, D.C., and European Space Agency, Paris, France, 2008.

 

12. Mars Exploration Program Analysis Group, “Scientific Goals, Objectives, Investigations, and Priorities: 2006” (J. Grant, ed.), white paper, February 2006, available at http://mepag.jpl.nasa.gov/report/index.html.

 

13. C.R. Neal, “Issues Involved in a Martian Sample Return: Integrity Preservation and the Curation and Analysis Planning Team for Extraterrestrial Materials (CAPTEM) Position,” Journal of Geophysical Research—Planets 105(E9):22487-22506, 2000.

 

14. G.K. Gronvall, J. Fitzgerald, A. Chamberlain, T.V. Inglesby, and T. O’Toole, “High-containment Biodefense Research Laboratories: Meeting Report and Center Recommendations,” Biosecurity and Bioterrorism 5:75-85, 2007.

 

15. M.S. Race, “Evaluation of the Public Review Process and Risk Communication at High-Level Biocontainment Laboratories,” Applied Biosafety 13:45-56, 2008.

 

16. M.S. Race, “Planetary Protection, Biocontainment and Societal Issues: Planning for a Sample Receiving Facility for Returned Martian Materials,” presented at COSPAR General Assembly, Montreal 2008, submitted for publication in Advances in Space Research.

 

17. J.D. Rummel, M.S. Race, D.L. DeVincenzi, P.J. Schad, P.D. Stabekis, M. Viso, and S.E. Acevedo, eds., A Draft Test Protocol for Detecting Possible Biohazards in Martian Samples Returned to Earth, NASA/CP-20-02-211842, NASA Ames Research Center, Moffett Field, Calif., 2002.

 

18. International Mars Architecture for the Return of Samples (iMARS) Working Group, Preliminary Planning for an International Mars Sample Return Mission: Report of the International Mars Architecture for the Return of Samples (iMARS) Working Group, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington, D.C., and European Space Agency, Paris, France, 2008.

 

19. National Research Council, The Quarantine and Certification of Martian Samples, National Academy Press, Washington, D.C., 2002, pp. 55-56.



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