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Planetary Seismology using Single-Station and Small-Aperture Arrays: Implications for Mars and Ocean Worlds
Studying geophysical station deployment on Earth is essential preparation for future geophysical experiments elsewhere in the solar system. Here, I investigated how single-station seismometers and small-aperture seismic ...
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 ...
A prototype miniature mass spectrometer for in situ analysis of trace elements on planetary surfaces
Interrogation of the chemical composition of rocky planets provides a deeper understanding of the history and evolution of the solar system. While laboratory studies of returned samples and remote sensing surveys of planetary ...
Petrologic, Geochemical, and Spectral Characteristics of Oxidized Planetary Differentiation
Meteorites provide evidence that planetary formation occurred across a wide range of oxidation environments in the early Solar System. While the process of differentiation for many reduced, oxygen-poor assemblages has been ...