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Geophysical Exploration of Terrestrial and Lunar Volcanic Fields
Planetary analogs are environments representative of current or past conditions on other planetary bodies. My research uses terrestrial volcanic fields as lunar analogs to conduct geophysical studies on the subsurface ...
DEFORMATION AND FAILURE OF LUNAR LAVA TUBES
Lava tubes are long void spaces left by lava flows. Terrestrial tubes have been extensively studied. Evidence indicates lunar tubes also exist, potentially ideal environments for lunar exploration, habitation, and study. ...
ANALYZING TIME-VARYING SEISMICITY AND AFTERSHOCK BEHAVIOR IN CENTRAL AND EASTERN UNITED STATES
Central and Eastern United States (CEUS) earthquakes are far less common than those in the tectonically active west coast, but the significance is elevated for a few reasons. Due to older, harder, and often denser rocks ...