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
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”.