Lake Baïkal,  Russia., 2000


n     Martineau, N. “Cinématique et Ditribution de Masse dans les Galaxies Spirales NGC 247, NGC 300 et NGC 7793”. M. Sc. thesis, Université de Montréal. July 2002.

n     Martineau, N. “Commande Active des Vibrations dans les Dérives du bi-réacteur F-18”.  B. thesis, École Polytechnique de Montréal. December 1997


n     Forsyth, D.S., Fahr, A. and N. Martineau “Inspection Reliability Assessment”. Canadian Aeronautics and Space Journal. ISSN 0008-2821, Vol. 43, No. 1. March 1997


n    Pollard, W. (Principal investigator). “Design study of capacity-coupled resistivity methods for ice-bearing detection in the Martian landscape”. Submitted to the Canadian Space Agency. July 2003.

n     Schmidt, K. D. and V. Singhroy (eds.), “Cassiopee : Concepts for an advanced small satellite to improve observation and preservation of Europes Environment”. International Space University. Design project report. International Space University. Bremen, Germany. September 2001.    N. Martineau wrote and edited the Chapter on “Additional Mission Concept”, dealing with the micro satellite observation of atmospheric carbon monoxide.

n     Martineau, N. “Application of SAR and hyperspectral data for geologic mapping – Two case studies”. Project report. International Space University. Strasbourg, France. July 2002


n     Martineau, N., and W.H. Pollard. AGU 2003 Fall Meeting. 8-12 December 2003. San Francisco, California. Session: Gilmore, M S and N. Martineau (co-chairs) P11B Mars and Venus Geomorphology. “P11B-1039 Ground Ice on Earth and Mars”. 


n     Favatà, P. and N. Martineau. World Space Congress – 53rd International Astronautical Congress. 10-19 October 2002. Houston, Texas. Session: IAA.1.3 Space tourism and other novel space applications. IAC-02-IAA.1.3.01 A fast access to space”.