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  1. Adrian Lenardic

  2. Andrew Rushby

  3. 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,...

  4. Caroline Morley

  5. Chris MacKay

  6. Daniel Weimer

  7. Edward Schwieterman

  8. Gavin Schmidt

  9. Jared Bell

  10. Kostas Tsigaridis

  11. Linda Sohl

  12. Maxwell Kelley

  13. Nicholas Heavens

  14. Panayotis Lavvas

  15. Paul Dijkstra

  16. Ravi Kopparapu

  17. Russell Deitrick

  18. Scott Guzewich

  19. 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...

  20. Thomas Clune

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