PTYS/LPL Graduate Students

Emileigh Shoemaker

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Emileigh Shoemaker

PTYS Graduate Student

Planetary Surfaces, Planetary Analogs, Ground Penetrating Radar, Radar Remote Sensing, Volcanology

B.S. Physics, 2017, Towson University
MS (en route) Planetary Sciences, 2021, The University of Arizona

Major Advisor(s): Lynn Carter
Minor Field(s) of Study: Geosciences

Eide, S., Casademont, T. M., Berger, T., Dypvik, H., Shoemaker, E. S., & Hamran, S.-E. (2022). Radar Attenuation in the Shallow Martian Subsurface: RIMFAX Time-Frequency Analysis and Constant-Q Characterization over Jezero Crater Floor. Geophysical Research Letters, e2022GL101429.

Shoemaker, E. S., Carter, L. M., Garry, W. B., Morgan, G. A., & Plaut, J. J. (2022). New Insights Into Subsurface Stratigraphy Northwest of Ascraeus Mons, Mars, Using the SHARAD and MARSIS Radar Sounders. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 127(6), e2022JE007210.

Scott, J. E., Shoemaker, E. S., & Hamill, C. D. (2021). Identifying Circumgalactic Medium Absorption in QSO Spectra: A Bayesian Approach. The Astrophysical Journal, 923(1), 44. 

Shoemaker, E. S., Baker, D. M. H., & Carter, L. M. (2018). Radar Sounding of Open Basin Lakes on Mars. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 123(6), 1395–1406.



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