Last week, the Geological Society of America held its 130th Annual Meeting in Indianapolis, Indiana.
BRIGHT member Tony Maue traveled to present recent preliminary analyses on radar analogs for Titan’s alluvial sediment. Spaceborne radar imaging of the Earth may be linked to surface sediment properties that can be used to better constrain sedimentation in Titan’s fluvial features. Stay tuned for results from upcoming planned field work!
BRIGHT member Cole Nypaver also co-authored 3 abstracts on projects stretching the Earth, Moon, and Venus: Quaternary deformation indicated by channel incision in NW Pennsylvania, analogs on Earth for venusian shield volcanoes, and the evolution of lunar craters as seen in radar.