GRADUATE RESEARCH ASSISTANT
Russell’s research aims to characterize and interpret the environments of planetary bodies to further understand their geologic evolutionary processes. His current project focuses on deciphering the Martian surface and near-surface with radar statistics. These include the search for ice deposits, the search for near-surface brines, the search for lava tubes, as well as landing site selection support.
geophysics, seismic stratigraphy, planetary geology, basin analysis
Cyril Grima and Sean Gulick
B.S., Geology, University of Arkansas