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  1. Edward Schwieterman

    http://nexss.info/members/1308

  2. Adrian Lenardic

    http://nexss.info/members/1282

  3. Andrew Rushby

    http://nexss.info/members/1249

  4. Nicholas Heavens

    http://nexss.info/members/1167

  5. Panayotis Lavvas

    http://nexss.info/members/1170

  6. Paul Dijkstra

    http://nexss.info/members/1171

  7. Thomas Clune

    http://nexss.info/members/1194

  8. Tyler Robinson

    http://nexss.info/members/1197

  9. Ravi Kopparapu

    http://nexss.info/members/1042

  10. Kostas Tsigaridis

    http://nexss.info/members/1041

  11. Scott Guzewich

    http://nexss.info/members/1040

  12. Anthony D. Del Genio

    After deciding to enter the field of planetary science as a result of guidance from Joe Burns at Cornell, I started graduate school at UCLA intending to study mantle convection with my advisor,...

    http://nexss.info/members/1006

  13. Shawn D Domagal-Goldman

    My research focuses on ascertaining as much as possible about "alien planets" using sparse data sets. For the early Earth and other terrestrial planets, I work on utilizing isotopic trends as...

    http://nexss.info/members/1002

  14. Caroline Morley

    http://nexss.info/members/1076

  15. Chris MacKay

    http://nexss.info/members/1078

  16. Daniel Weimer

    http://nexss.info/members/1084

  17. Gavin Schmidt

    http://nexss.info/members/1101

  18. Jared Bell

    http://nexss.info/members/1111

  19. Linda Sohl

    http://nexss.info/members/1035

  20. Maxwell Kelley

    http://nexss.info/members/1141

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