CLARK R. CHAPMAN Current Position Dept. of Space Studies, Southwest Research Institute, Boulder, CO, Senior Scientist (Also: Adjunct Prof., Univ. Colorado, since 1998) Previous Positions Planetary Science Institute (SAIC), Tucson, AZ Senior Scientist (also: sabbatical, Inst. for Astron., Univ. of Hawaii, 1984-5) Education A.B., Astronomy, Harvard College M.S., Meteorology, Massachusetts Institute of Technology Ph.D., Planetary Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology 1996 to Present 1971 to 1996 1967 1968 1972 Relevant Experience Galileo Imaging Science Team; Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous (NEAR) Mission MSI/NIS Imaging/Spectroscopy Team, MESSENGER Science Team; Deputy Director, Center for Lunar Origin and Evolution, NASA Lunar Science Inst., telescopic, interpretation, modeling, and theoretical studies of asteroids, comets, planetary surfaces, early solar system processes; writing and public outreach. Professional Societies American Astronomical Society, Div. for Planetary Sciences (Chair 1982-1983; Member DPS Committee 1978-1981; Chair, Program Comm. 1976-1977; Chair, Nominating Comm. 1977; Chair, Kuiper/Urey Prize Subcommittee 1983-1984; Sagan Medallist 1999) American Geophysical Union, Planetology Section (Editor, Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets 1991-1994) American Association for the Advancement of Science (Chairman, Astronomy Nom. Comm. 1981; Elected Fellow 2000) Meteoritical Society (Chairman, Leonard Medal Comm. 1983-84, Fellow Elected 1988, Council Member 1992-96) International Astronomical Union Commission 15 (President 1982-1985; Member Org. Comm. 1976-1985) Scientific Committee Work, Editing, and Consulting (partial list) Member URSA Lunar and Planetary Science Council of the Lunar and Planetary Institute 1975-1979 Member Committee on Planetary Exploration (COMPLEX), NRC Space Science Board 1977-1980 Member/Assoc. Editor Editorial Board, Icarus 1978-1980/1981-1991 Member Management Operations Working Group for NASA Infrared Telescope Facility 1981-1986 Member Small Bodies Working Group, NASA Solar System Exploration Committee (SSEC) 1981-1983 Member NASA Solar System Exploration Management Council 1984-1988 Member Comet Rendezvous Asteroid Flyby Science Working Group 1984-1985 Member Near Earth Asteroid Rendezvous Study Group 1985-1987 Member/Chair MOWG for NASA Planetary Astronomy Program 1985-1988 Member NASA Planetary Astronomy Committee 1986-1988 Member M.I.T. Corp. Visiting Committee to Dept. of Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Sciences 1986-1991 Chair Organizing Committee, International Conference on Near-Earth Asteroids 1991 Member NASA International Near-Earth-Object Detection Workshop 1991-1993 Editor Journal of Geophysical Research -- Planets 1991-1994 Member Task Group on Sample Return from Small Solar System Bodies, National Research Council 1997-1998 Member Mitigation Panel, Committee to Review NEO Surveys...Strategies, Natl. Research Council 2009 Member NASA Advisory Council Task Force on Planetary Defense 2010 Relevant Publications (selected from hundreds) E.B. Bierhaus, K. Zahnle & C.R.Chapman 2009. Europa’s crater distributions and surface ages. In Europa (ed. R.T. Pappalardo, W.B. McKinnon & K.K. Khurana, Univ. Ariz. Press), 161-180. R.G. Strom, C.R. Chapman, W.J. Merline, S.C. Solomon & J.W. Head 2008. Mercury cratering record viewed from MESSENGER’s first flyby. Science 321, 79-81. C.R. Chapman 2008. Meteoroids, meteors, and the near-Earth object impact hazard. Earth, Moon & Planets 102, 417-424. C.R. Chapman, B.A. Cohen & D.H. Grinspoon 2007. What are the real constraints on the existence and magnitude of the Late Heavy Bombardment? Icarus 189, 226-238. C.R. Chapman, B. Benke, W.J. Merline, P. Tamblyn, D. Nesvorny, E.F. Young & C. Olkin 2007. Young asteroid 832 Karin shows no rotational spectral variations. Icarus 191, 323-329. C.R. Chapman, W.J. Merline, P.C. Thomas, J. Joseph, A.F. Cheng & N. Izenberg 2002. Impact history of Eros: Craters and boulders. Icarus, 155, 104-118.