PTYS/LPL Graduate Students

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Zarah Brown

PTYS Graduate Student

Planetary Atmospheres

B.A. Astrophysics and Planetary Science, 2017, University of Colorado

Major Advisor(s): Tommi Koskinen

J. Moses, Z. Brown, [and 13 others]. Saturn’s atmospheric response to the large influx of ring material inferred from Cassini INMS measurements. Icarus. (submitted)

Z. Brown, A. Medvedev, E. Starichenko, T. Koskinen, I. Müller-Wodarg. Evidence for Gravity Waves in the Thermosphere of Saturn and Implications for Global Circulation. Geophysical Research Letters. 49, id. E97219 (2022)

T. Koskinen, D.F. Strobel, Z. Brown. An empirical model of the Saturn thermosphere. Icarus. 632, 114396 (2021)

Z. Brown, T. Koskinen, I. Müller-Wodarg, R. West, A. Jouchoux, L. Esposito. A Pole-to-Pole Pressure-Temperature Map of Saturn's Thermosphere from Cassini Grand Finale Data. Nature Astronomy, 4, 872-879 (2020).

J.W. Noonan, V. Reddy, [and 23 others, including Z. Brown]. Search for the H Chondrite Parent Body among the Three Largest S-type Asteroids: (3) Juno, (7) Iris, and (25) Phocaea. The Astronomical Journal. 158, 213-221 (2019).

V. Reddy, M.S. Kelley, [and 68 others, including Z.L. Brown]. Near-Earth asteroid 2012 TC4 observing campaign: Results from a global planetary defense exercise. Icarus. 326, 133-150 (2019).

M.E. Rehnberg, Z.L. Brown, L.W. Esposito, N. Albers. Direct Detection of Gaps in Saturn's A Ring. Icarus. 297, 110-118 (2017).

M.E. Rehnberg, L.W. Esposito, M. Sremcevic, Zarah L. Brown, G.R. Stewart. A Traveling Feature in Saturn’s Rings. Icarus. 279, 100-108 (2016).

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