I'm interested in planetary materials, including their early evolution in the solar system, re-creating their exotic properties in the lab, and extracting them sustainably as space resources.
Oct 29, 5:00pm: Celestial harvest: extracting space resources and learning to live off the land on the Moon and Mars. Daytona State College.
Dec 11, 2:28pm: Ancient Hydrated Silicates in the Martian Deep: Crustal Density, Water Budget, and Astrobiology. 2018 AGU Fall Meeting, Walter E. Washington Convention Center 206.
1. Carbonaceous muds (Recent abstract).
2. Martian clay formation and noble gas sequestration in the pre-Noachian (Recent publication).
3. High fidelity regolith simulants (Recent publication).
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