Joseph’s research focuses on understanding the structure, origins and future responses of polar, alpine and planetary landscapes to climate change. His field and lab research is synthesized into a probe of surface composition and history through remote sensing and GIS. Joseph’s work links global conditions to hillslope processes. By combining geology, ecology, and remote-sensing, his research works to advance the fundamental science that underlies planetary exploration.
geomorphology, hydrology, Antarctica
Ph.D., Brown University
M.S., Brown University
B.S., University of Chicago