Review Articles:

Kaib & Volk, 2022. Dynamical Population of Comet Reservoirs, chapter in press for the book Comets III, edited by K. Meech and M. Combi, University of Arizona Press (arXiv link)

Fraser, Dones, Volk, Womack, & Nesvorný (2022), The Transition from the Kuiper Belt to the Jupiter-Family Comets, chapter in press for the book Comets III, edited by K. Meech and M. Combi, University of Arizona Press (arXiv link)

Gladman & Volk, 2021. Transneptunian Space. Annual Reviews of Astronomy & Astrophysics (paywall-free link)


Volk & Malhotra 2024. Machine Learning Assisted Dynamical Classification of Trans-Neptunian Objects. Chapter to appear in the Elsevier book “Machine Learning for Small Solar System Bodies”, edited by Valerio Carruba, Evgeny Smirnov, and Dagmara Oszkiewicz (arXiv link)

Graham & Volk 2024. Uranus’s influence on Neptune’s exterior mean motion resonances, PSJ, in press (arXiv link)

Kareta, Noonan, Volk, Strauss, & Trilling 2024. Jupiter Co-Orbital Comet P/2023 V6 (PANSTARRS): Orbital History and Modern Activity State, ApJ Letters, in press (arXiv link)

Volk & Malhotra 2024. Differences between Stable and Unstable Architectures of Compact Planetary Systems, AJ, in press (arXiv link)

Volk & Van Laerhoven 2024. Dynamical Classifications of Multi-opposition TNOs as of 2023 December, RNAAS (RNAAS link)

Lilly et al. 2024. Semi-major Axis Jumps as the Activity Trigger in Centaurs and High-Perihelion Jupiter Family Comets, ApJ Letters, in press. (ADS link)

Noonan, Volk, Nesvorný, & Bottke 2024. Dynamical feasibility of (3) Juno as a parent body of the H chondrites, Icarus (ADS link)

Pike, Fraser, Volk, et al. 2023. Col-OSSOS: The Distribution of Surface Classes in Neptune’s Resonances,  PSJ (ADS link)

Marsset et al. 2023. Col-OSSOS: Evidence for a Compositional Gradient Inherited from the Protoplanetary Disk?, PSJ (ADS link)

Balaji et al. 2023. Can the orbital distribution of Neptune’s 3:2 mean motion resonance result from stability sculpting?, MNRAS (ADS link)

Beaudoin et al. 2023. OSSOS XXIX: The Population and Perihelion Distribution of the Detached Kuiper Belt,PSJ (ADS link)

Petit et al., 2023. The hot main Kuiper belt size distribution from OSSOS. ApJ Letters (ADS link)

Fraser et al., 2023. Col-OSSOS: The Two Types of Kuiper Belt Surfaces, PSJ (ADS link)

Schwamb, Jones, Yoachim, Volk et al., 2023. Tuning the Legacy Survey of Space and Time (LSST) Observing Strategy for Solar System Science, ApJS (ADS link)

Volk & Malhotra, 2022. Orbital dynamics landscape near the most distant known trans-Neptunian objects, ApJ (ADS link)

Abedin et al. 2022. OSSOS. XXVI. On the Lack of Catastrophic Collisions in the Present Kuiper Belt, AJ (ADS link)

Lisse et al., 2022. 29P/Schwassmann-Wachmann: A Rosetta Stone for Amorphous Water Ice and CO to CO2 Conversion in Centaurs and Comets?, PSJ (ADS link).

Crompvoets, Lawler, Volk, et al, 2022. OSSOS XXV: Large Populations and Scattering-Sticking in the Distant Transneptunian Resonances, PSJ in press (ADS link)

Huang, Gladman, & Volk, 2022. Free Inclinations for Transneptunian Objects in the Main Kuiper Belt, ApJS in press (ADS link)

Buchanan et al., 2022. Col-OSSOS: Probing Ice Line/Color Transitions within the Kuiper Belt’s Progenitor Populations, PSJ (ADS link)

Kavelaars et al., 2021. OSSOS finds an Exponential Cutoff in the Size Distribution of the Cold Classical Kuiper belt. ApJ Letters (ADS link)

Alexandersen et al., 2021. OSSOS XXII: 2013 VZ70 and the Temporary Coorbitals of the Giant Planets. PSJ (ADS link)

Fink et al., 2021. Dust outburst dynamics and hazard assessment for close spacecraft-comet encounters. PSJ (ADS link)

Fraser et al., 2021. Col-OSSOS: The Distinct Colour Distribution of Single and Binary Cold Classical KBOs. PSJ (ADS link)

Abedin et al., 2021. Collision Probabilities in the Edgeworth-Kuiper belt. AJ (ADS link)

Lin, Chen, Volk, et al., 2021. OSSOS: The Eccentricity and Inclination Distributions of the Stable Neptunian Trojans. Icarus (ADS link)

Hardegree-Ullman et al., 2021. K2-138 g: Spitzer Spots a Sixth Planet for the Citizen Science System. AJ (ADS link)

Kareta et al., 2021. Contemporaneous Multi-Wavelength and Precovery Observations of Active Centaur P/2019 LD2 (ATLAS). PSJ (ADS link)

Ashton et al., 2021. OSSOS: XVII. An upper limit on the number of distant planetary objects in the Solar System. Icarus (ADS link)

Steckloff, Sarid, Volk, et al., 2020. P/2019 LD2 (ATLAS): An Active Centaur in Imminent Transition to the Jupiter Family. ApJ Letters (ADS link)

Smullen & Volk, 2020. Machine Learning Classification of Kuiper Belt Populations. MNRAS (ADS link)

Volk & Malhotra, 2020. Dynamical instabilities in systems of multiple short-period planets are likely driven by secular chaos: a case study of Kepler-102. AJ (ADS link)

Nesvorný et al., 2020. OSSOS XX: The Meaning of Kuiper Belt Colors. AJ (ADS link)

Kareta, Volk, et al., 2020. An Extremely Temporary Co-orbital: The Dynamical State of Active Centaur 2019 LD2. RNAAS (ADS link)

Marsset et al., 2020. Col-OSSOS: Compositional homogeneity of three Kuiper belt binaries. PSJ (ADS link)

Kareta et al., 2020. Carbon Chain Depletion of 2I/Borisov. ApJ Letters (ADS link)

Pike et al., 2020. A dearth of small members in the Haumea family revealed by OSSOS. Nature Astronomy (ADS link)

Kareta et al., 2019. Physical Characterization of the December 2017 Outburst of the Centaur 174P/Echeclus. AJ (ADS 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 (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)

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)

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)

White papers:

Harris et al., 2020. Active Primordial Bodies: Exploration of the primordial composition of ice-rich planetesimals and early-stage evolution in the outer solar system. White Paper submitted for the Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey 2023-2032 (ADS link)

Woodney et al., 2020. Strength In Diversity: Small Bodies as the Most Important Objects in Planetary Sciences. White Paper submitted for the Planetary Science and Astrobiology Decadal Survey 2023-2032 (arXiv 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)

Selected recent conference proceedings:

2021: Volk, Malhotra, & Graham, Mapping Neptune’s resonances into the distant solar system. DPS Meeting

2021: Volk, Malhotra, & Graham, Mapping Neptune’s resonances into the distant solar system. DDA Meeting (ADS; link to recording)

2020: Volk, Active Centaurs in Context: understanding future members of the Jupiter family comets. Invited plenary talk, DPS Meeting (ADS; link to recording)

2020: Volk & Malhotra, Characterizing and predicting dynamical instabilities in multiplanet systems. DPS Meeting (ADS)

2020: Volk & Malhotra, Kepler-102: a case study for using dynamical constraints to characterize exoplanet systems. AAS Meeting, Honolulu, HI (ADS)

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)