These old papers and abstracts came up in conversation, and I thought I’d surface them here from Google Scholar for easy blog reference.
The contents are decades old, but lunar matters are much the same. The major difference these days is that the ‘non-renewable resource’ of scientific ignorance has diminished a bit.
So we’ve got that going for us, which is nice.
This list is in chronological order, and nowhere near complete. Three full lunar/asteroidal development papers for the Journal of the British Interplanetary Society seem to be tucked elsewhere, and there is a ridiculously extensive collection of presentations made through the years that are very slightly bending a shelf to my right.
If you’d like copies, just ask over a coffee or pint.
Commercial activities resulting from a lunar base – Charles D. O’Dale (1994)
British Interplanetary Society, Journal (ISSN 0007-094X)
vol. 47, no. 12, p. 549-554
Policy Considerations for Lunar Development – Charles D. O’Dale (1995)
Thirty Second Space Congress, Paper Session II-C (1995)
The International Lunar Base as a Foundation for Commercial Industry – Charles D. O’Dale (2000)
Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Exploration and Utilisation of the Moon: ICEUM 4
Public and Private Sector Coordination for Effective Lunar Resource Use – Charles D. O’Dale (2005)
Proceedings of the International Lunar Conference, 2005
Lessons from Earth: Experiences Which can Guide Lunar and Asteroidal Development – Charles D. O’Dale (2004)
Space Resources Roundtable VI
Using Secondary Objectives to Guide the Development of Lunar Industry – Charles D. O’Dale (2005)
Lunar Exploration Analysis Group (LEAG) (2005)