MARTIAN CRATER EJECTA
Hargraves Crater on Mars shows beautiful exposures of impact ejecta. My work on this crater looked at HiRISE images of the ejecta to understand its structure and place it in the context of Martian craters. It has important implications for impact processes. Link to paper will come! For now, here's an abstract. Image is from ESP_044161_2005 Courtesy NASA/JPL/University of Arizona.
Moons and Fractures
My current work focuses on studying fracture structures on some icy moons in the outer solar system. I'll be looking at their characteristics, drawing comparisons, and hoping to help us understand how these fractures form. No written work on this yet, but in the works!