Publications

  • Kareta et al., 2019. Physical Characterization of the December 2017 Outburst of the Centaur 174P/Echeclus. AJ in press (arXiv link)
  • Chen, Gladman, Volk, et al., 2019. OSSOS XVIII: Constraining migration models with the 2:1 resonance using the Outer Solar System Origin Survey. AJ in press (ADS link)
  • Sarid, Volk, Steckloff, Harris, Womack, & Woodney, 2019. 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann 1, A Centaur in the Gateway to the Jupiter-Family Comets. ApJ Letters (ADS link)
  • Pike et al., 2019. A dearth of small members in the Haumea family revealed by OSSOS. Nature Astronomy (ADS link)
  • Nesvorný et al., 2019. OSSOS XIX: Testing Early Solar System Dynamical Models using OSSOS Centaur Detections. AJ (ADS link)
  • Volk & Malhotra, 2019. Not a simple relationship between Neptune’s migration speed and Kuiper belt inclination excitation. AJ (ADS link)
  • Van Laerhoven, Gladman, Volk, et al., 2019. OSSOS: XIV. The plane of the Kuiper Belt. AJ (ADS link)
  • Schwamb, Fraser, Bannister, et al., 2019. Col-OSSOS: The Colours of the Outer Solar System Origins Survey. ApJS (ADS link)
  • Lawler et al., 2019. OSSOS: XIII. Fossilized resonant dropouts tentatively confirm Neptune’s migration was grainy and slow. AJ (ADS link)
  • Alexandersen et al., 2019. OSSOS XII: Variability studies of 65 Trans-Neptunian Objects using the Hyper Suprime-Cam. ApJS. (ADS link)
  • Marsset et al., 2019. Col-OSSOS: Color and Inclination are Correlated Throughout the Kuiper Belt. AJ (ADS link)
  • Schwamb et al., 2019. A Software Roadmap for Solar System Science with the Large Synoptic Survey Telescope. RNAAS (ADS link)
  • Volk, Schwamb, Fraser, et al., 2018. The Effects of Filter Choice on Outer Solar System Science with LSST. LSST Cadence Optimization White Paper (ADS link)
  • Schwamb, Volk, Lin, et al., 2018. A Northern Ecliptic Survey for Solar System Science. LSST Cadence Optimization White Paper (ADS link)
  • Cabral, Guilbert-Lepoutre, Fraser, Marsset, Volk, et al., 2019. OSSOS: XI. No active Centaurs in the Outer Solar System Origins Survey. A&A (ADS link)
  • Volk et al., 2018. OSSOS IX: two objects in Neptune’s 9:1 resonance — implications for resonance sticking in the scattering population. AJ (ADS link)
  • Malhotra, Lan, Volk, & Wang, 2018. Neptune’s 5:2 Resonance in the Kuiper Belt. AJ (ADS link)
  • Yu, Murray-Clay, & Volk, 2018. Trans-Neptunian Objects Transiently Stuck in Neptune’s Mean Motion Resonances: Numerical simulations of the current population. AJ (ADS link)
  • Lawler et al., 2018. OSSOS VIII. The transition between two size distribution slopes in the scattering disk. AJ (ADS link)
  • Bannister, Gladman, Kavelaars, Petit, Volk, & the OSSOS Collaboration, 2018. OSSOS: VII. 800+ trans-Neptunian objects — the full data release. ApJS (ADS link).
  • Volk & Malhotra, 2017. The curiously warped mean plane of the Kuiper belt. AJ (ADS link)
  • Pike et al., 2017. Col-OSSOS: Z band photometry reveals three distinct TNO surface types. AJ (ADS link)
  • Shankman et al., 2017. OSSOS: VI. Striking biases in the detection of large semimajor axis trans-Neptunian objects. AJ (ADS link)
  • Bannister, Shankman, Volk, et al., 2017. OSSOS: V. Diffusion in the orbit of a high-perihelion distant Solar System object. AJ (ADS link)
  • Fraser et al., 2017. All Planetesimals born near the Kuiper belt formed as binaries. Nature Astronomy (ADS link)
  • Bannister et al., 2016. OSSOS: IV. Discovery of a dwarf planet candidate in the 9:2 resonance. AJ (ADS link)
  • Volk et al., 2016.  OSSOS III – Resonant Trans-Neptunian Populations: Constraints from the first quarter of the Outer Solar System Origins Survey. AJ (ADS link)
  • Malhotra, Volk, & Wang, 2016. Corralling a distant planet with extreme resonant Kuiper belt objects. ApJ Letters (ADS link)
  • Bannister, Kavelaars, Petit, Gladman, Gwyn, Volk, Chen, Alexandersen, & the OSSOS collaboration, 2016. The Outer Solar System Origins Survey I: design and first-quarter discoveries. AJ  (ADS link)
  • Shankman et al., 2016. OSSOS II: A sharp transition in the absolute magnitude distribution of the Kuiper belt’s scattering population.  AJ  (ADS link)
  • Volk & Gladman, 2015.  Consolidating and Crushing Exoplanets: Did it Happen Here? ApJ Letters (ADS link)
  • Pike, Kavelaars, Petit, Gladman, Alexandersen, Volk, & Shankman, 2015. The 5:1 Neptune Resonance as Probed by CFEPS: Dynamics and Population. AJ (ADS link)
  • Volk & Malhotra, 2013.  Do Centaurs preserve their source inclinations?  Icarus (ADS link)
  • Volk & Malhotra, 2012.  The effect of orbital evolution on the Haumea (2003 EL61) collisional family. Icarus (ADS link)
  • Volk & Malhotra, 2011.  Inclination Mixing in the Classical Kuiper Belt. ApJ (ADS link)
  • Volk & Malhotra, 2008.  The Scattered Disk as the Source of the Jupiter Family Comets. ApJ (ADS link)
  • Cui, Yelle, & Volk, 2008.  Distribution and escape of molecular hydrogen in Titan’s thermosphere and exosphere. JGR (ADS link)

Selected Recent Conference Proceedings

  • 2019: Volk & Malhotra, Not a simple relationship between Neptune’s migration speed and Kuiper belt inclination excitation. DDA Meeting, Boulder, CO (ADS)
  • 2018: Volk & Malhotra, A statistical exploration of the dynamical stability of Kepler and K2 multi-planet systems. DPS Meeting, Knoxville, TN (ADS)
  • 2018: Volk et al., Two objects in Neptune’s 9:1 resonance — implications for resonance sticking in the scattering population. DDA Meeting, San Jose, CA (ADS)
  • 2017: Volk et al., OSSOS: constraints on resonant trans-Neptunian populations from the full survey sample. DPS Meeting, Provo, UT. (ADS)
  • 2017: Volk & Malhotra, The curiously warped mean plane of the Kuiper belt. ACM Meeting, Montevideo, Uruguay.
  • 2016: Volk & Malhotra, Evidence for a distant unseen solar system planet: Assessing the observational biases in the extreme Kuiper belt population. EPSC-DPS joint meeting, Pasadena, CA. (ADS)
  • 2016: Volk, Malhotra, & Wang, Dynamics of the Most Distant Kuiper Belt Objects. DDA Meeting, Nashville, TN. (ADS)
  • 2015: Volk, et al., Resonant Trans-Neptunian Populations: Constraints from the first quarter of the Outer Solar System Origins Survey. DPS Meeting, National Harbor, MD. (ADS)
  • 2015: Volk & Gladman, Crushed Exoplanet systems: Did it happen here? AAS Meeting, Seattle, WA. (ADS)