Assistant Professor of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences (Research)


Dr. Ingrid Daubar is a planetary scientist. Her research interests include impact cratering, modern-day geologic processes on Mars including mass wasting and aeolian processes, atmosphere-surface interactions and the dust cycle of Mars, the geology and exploration of Europa, and impact-seismic studies. Dr. Daubar’s research on small, recent impact craters on Mars and the Moon has allowed us to better understand the impact flux in the inner solar system, the chronology of recent events and timescales of geologic processes on these bodies, and the processes involved in modern-day cratering and modification over time of planetary surfaces. Dr. Daubar has participated in science and operations on NASA planetary missions and instruments including HiRISE, InSight, Europa Clipper, and Juno


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