Use of a Novel Rover-mounted Fluorescence Imager and Fluorescent Probes to Detect Biological Material in the Atacama Desert in Daylight

Shmuel Weinstein, David Pane, Kim Warren-Rhodes, Charles Cockell, Lauren A. Ernst, Edwin Minkley, Gregory Fisher, Sujata Emani, David Wettergreen, Michael D. Wagner, Nathalie Cabrol, and Alan Waggoner
Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXXVI, March, 2005.


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Abstract
We deployed our fluorescence imaging system which detects fluorescence signals from sparse microorganisms and biofilms on Carnegie Mellon University? autonomous rover Zo? The results of the 2004 Atacama Desert field season, in Chile, are discussed.

Notes
Associated Center(s) / Consortia: Field Robotics Center
Associated Project(s): Life in the Atacama

Text Reference
Shmuel Weinstein, David Pane, Kim Warren-Rhodes, Charles Cockell, Lauren A. Ernst, Edwin Minkley, Gregory Fisher, Sujata Emani, David Wettergreen, Michael D. Wagner, Nathalie Cabrol, and Alan Waggoner, "Use of a Novel Rover-mounted Fluorescence Imager and Fluorescent Probes to Detect Biological Material in the Atacama Desert in Daylight," Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXXVI, March, 2005.

BibTeX Reference
@inproceedings{Wettergreen_2005_5245,
   author = "Shmuel Weinstein and David Pane and Kim Warren-Rhodes and Charles Cockell and Lauren A. Ernst and Edwin Minkley and Gregory Fisher and Sujata Emani and David Wettergreen and Michael D Wagner and Nathalie Cabrol and Alan Waggoner",
   title = "Use of a Novel Rover-mounted Fluorescence Imager and Fluorescent Probes to Detect Biological Material in the Atacama Desert in Daylight",
   booktitle = "Lunar and Planetary Science Conference XXXVI",
   month = "March",
   year = "2005",
}