The Astrogeology Research Program is a team of over 80 research scientists, cartographers, computer scientists, administrative staff, students, contractors, and volunteers working to support the efforts to explore, map, and understand our solar system. Fields of particular interest are mapping, planetary geologic processes, remote sensing and monitoring, and scientific analysis. These quests to find answers to our questions about our solar system not only lead to a greater understanding of our neighboring planets, but of our own planet, Earth.
Astrogeology Research Program - program information, publications, images, maps, news, research, missions, and more
Meet the People of Astro - biographies and photos of a few of the folks who work to support space exploration missions, study the Solar System, and create maps of the planets
Geology and Geophysics Science Center
The western region of the United States is the most geologically active and varied part of the country. This group provides geologic information that helps us understand the interactions among humans, plants, animals, air, water, soil, and rock on the Earth's surface. The team is composed of geologists, geophysicists, paleontologists, and support personnel located in Flagstaff and throughout the western states.
Geology and Geophysics Science Center - projects, activities, maps, news, and geologic information
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