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I'm in the Plant Biology and Conservation Program and have in interest in plant ecology, conservation and ecosystem dynamics with a focus on what makes a species become invasive.
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.
I'm currently working with Dr. Craig Hardgrove on various interdisciplinary projects for nuclear planetary science applications here at ASU.
Joel is a geomorphologist interested in the tectonic and surface evolution of orogenic systems who uses field geology, geochronology, remote sensing, and numerical techniques to investigate modern and ancient landscapes.
With Master's degrees in Physics and Electrical Engineering, worked in Semiconductor Circuit Design for many years before a late career switch to Astrophysics.
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.
Vance is an astrophysics graduate student whose research interests include supernova nucleosynthesis and high-energy neutrinos.
Zawacki is a fourth-year Geological Sciences Ph.D. Candidate studying under Ramon Arrowsmith and Christopher Campisano in the School of Human Evolution and Social Change.