How does life interact with water, which is widespread across the Universe? How does life begin and evolve through its interaction with atmospheric, surface, and subsurface nutrient pathways?
Dynamics of Planets and Atmospheres seeks to quantify habitability through new investigations into planetary dynamics, atmospheres and hydrospheres, and conduct complementary research into Earth’s surface and interior processes and that of observable exoplanets.
Integrated Measurements and Analysis of Geophysics of Schrodinger (IMAGES)
Sean Gulick (UT Austin) Cyril Grima (UT Austin) Georgiana Kramer (Planetary Science Institute)
What are radar bright terranes on Mars?
Cyril Grima (UT Austin) Sean Gulick (UT Austin) Timothy Goudge (UT Austin)
Exploring Controls on the Lack of Valley Network-Fed Crater Lakes on Early Mars
Timothy Goudge (UT Austin) Emily Bamber (UT Austin)
How Do Crater Lakes on Mars Develop Inlets?
Timothy Goudge (UT Austin)
CPSH– 2020 Seed Grant
Quantifying paleoclimate and habitability timescales from coupled lake systems on Mars
Gaia Stucky de Quay (UT Austin) Timothy Goudge (UT Austin)
CPSH – 2021 Seed Grant
Mapping buried Martian lava tubes through orbital radar sounding