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Masters student studying the Critical Zone, the place in the Earth's crust where the geosphere, biosphere, hydrosphere, and atmosphere interact.
I am a current senior graduate student at Arizona State University. My PhD. Program is in Exploration Systems Design (ESD), which is a hybrid course of study to develop instrumentation for astronomical research.
Garello is a SESE graduate student. Her interests are in the interactions between climate, volcanism, and tectonics, how these interactions shaped paleolandscapes in rift basins, and influenced the evolution of hominins.
Graduate Research Associate at the School of Earth and Space Exploration at ASU.
Planetary geology graduate assistant at Arizona State University interested in planetary surface processes, remote sensing instrumentation, and space mission development.
Read more about me at my personal/research webpage: http://jmonkiew.weebly.com/
Finally returned to school to get the PhD.
I study surface features on Jupiter's icy moon Europa to understand internal processes and assess its potential for habitability. Most of my work centers around geological mapping, image processing, and statistical analyses.
My mid-life crisis has taken the form of saving our species from climate change. My research involves building and testing virtual field trips and online learning experiences in an effort to educate students and the public.
Zawacki is a third-year Geological Sciences Ph.D. Candidate studying under Ramon Arrowsmith and Christopher Campisano in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change.