David G. Finley
Partial List of Publications

"Surfing Long Waves of the Universe...The National Radio Astronomy Observatory in the 21st Century," in State of the Universe 2008, Martin Ratcliffe, Editor, Praxis Publishing Ltd., West Sussex, UK, pp. 134-143, 2007.

Radio on the Rio: Amateur Radio in Socorro, New Mexico and the Socorro Amateur Radio Association, Socorro Amateur Radio Association, 2005.

"Grote Reber (1911-2002)," Mercury, Vol. 32, No. 2, March-April, 2003, p. 6.

"Public Relations for a National Observatory," in Organizations and Strategies in Astronomy III, A. Heck, Editor, Kluwer Academic Publishers, Dordrecht, pp. 21-34, 2002.

"Education and Public Outreach at the VLA and VLBA," Proceedings of the State-of-the-Art Telescope Educational Consortium (STARTEC) meeting, Cape Town, South Africa, 2001.

"Milky Way Wonder," The Albuquerque Tribune, Oct. 13, 2001, p. C1.

"Summer School Pays Off," Air & Space, June/July 2001, p. 12.

"Educating the Public About Interference to Radio Observatories," in Preserving the Astronomical Sky, IAU Symposium 196, editors R.J. Cohen and W.T. Sullivan, III, PASP, San Francisco, pp. 377-384, 2001.

"Ham Radio and the World's Largest Fully-Steerable Antenna," QST, August 2000, pp. 28-29.

Twenty Years of Frontier Science With the VLA, Dave Finley and Mark Claussen: Abstract in BAAS, Vol. 32, No. 4, p. 1492; 2000.

Radio Interferometry: The Saga and the Science, Proceedings of a Symposium Honoring Barry Clark at 60; David G. Finley and W. Miller Goss, editors, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, 2000. (ISBN 0-9700411-0-1)

"Radio Tuned in Technology That Transformed Century," The Albuquerque Journal, Nov. 26, 1999, p. A21.

"N.M. Is High as the Heavens" (New Mexico is a national leader in astronomy), The Albuquerque Tribune, Dec. 4, 1998, p. D1.

"Gamma Ray Burst Briefly Affects Propagation," The ARRL Letter, Vol. 17, No. 39, October 2, 1998.

Morse Code: Breaking the Barrier, MFJ Publishing Co., Starkville, MS, 1997 (ISBN 1-891237-19-5).

"Radio Telescope," McGraw-Hill Yearbook of Science & Technology 1998, McGraw-Hill, New York, 1997, pp. 324-327.

Hollywood Comes to Socorro: Filming Contact at the VLA, 1997.

Bringing Your Class to the VLA: Maximizing the Educational Experience, National Radio Astronomy Observatory, 1997.

"Effective Training for High Speed Morse -- An Auditory-Learning Based Model," MORSEls, Volume 2, Number 2, Fall/Winter 1996/97, p. 3.

"Socorro, New Mexico -- Ham City, USA?," QST, December 1996, pp. 43-45.

"Radio Astronomy in New Mexico: The VLA and VLBA," New Mexico Journal of Science, Vol. 35, November 1995, pp. 21-33.

The Radio Universe II: The Best of the Very Large Array, Slide Set and Captions, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, 1995.

"Reducing the Barrier: Effective Morse code training," Radio Fun, May 1995, pp. 14-15.

"How Does That Thing Work? Explaining the VLA to Non-Scientists," Display presentation to 185th Meeting of the American Astronomical Society, Tucson, AZ, 9 January 1995 (Abstract in BAAS. Vol. 26, No. 4, p. 1312, 1994).

"World Watches as Comet Collides with Jupiter this Summer," Lite Geology, New Mexico Bureau of Mines and Mineral Resources, Spring 1994, pp. 1-2.

"New Capabilities for the Very Large Array," Southern Sky, May/June 1994, pp. 47-48.

"Very Long Baseline Array," Star Observer, November/December 1993, pp. 28-30.

Supercomputing at NUSC: An Effective Force Multiplier for the Center's RDT&E Efforts, Naval Underwater Systems Center Technical Memorandum #912032, 22 April 1991, with Stephan A. Schneller.

"Raster Graphics File Compression: Putting Remote Users in the Supercomputing Picture," Larry Rapagnani and Dave Finley, presented to Supercomputing World '89, 17 October 1989, San Francisco, Calif.

"Cold Dark Matter," in Science at SDSC 1987, San Diego Supercomputer Center, 1988.

"The Pulse of the Sun," in Science at SDSC 1987, San Diego Supercomputer Center, 1988.

"Pluto and Charon," in Science at SDSC 1987, San Diego Supercomputer Center, 1988.

"Are we measuring the universe with a yardstick made of rubber?" The Miami Herald, 13 April 1983.

"Amateur Satellites are Nothing New for Radio Hams," AMATEURADIO, December 1981, p. 3.

"The Search for Extrasolar Planets," Astronomy, December 1981, pp. 90-95.

"Quasars: Distant Mystery," three-part series, The Miami Herald, July 1981.