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Dr Matt Balme

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Dr Matt Balme

About me

Matt is a senior lecturer at The Open University, and works in the Planetary Environments research group - part of the Department of Physical Sciences. He is a planetary scientist specialising in planetary geomorphological studies. He works on a variety of Mars-related research topics but focuses mainly on aeolian and cold-climate processes.

Dr Matt Balme's research

Colman Gallagher et al. (2018-07-15) Formation and degradation of chaotic terrain in the Galaxias regions of Mars: implications for near-surface storage of ice, In Icarus(309)

Jack Wright et al. (2018-03-25) Constructional volcanic edifices on Mercury: candidates and hypotheses of formation, In Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, Wiley-Blackwell

Jack Wright et al. (2018-03-09) Candidate constructional volcanic edifices on Mercury, In Mercury: Current and Future Science of the Innermost Planet

Jack Wright et al. (2018-03-09) Geological mapping of the Hokusai (H05) quadrangle of Mercury: Status update, In Mercury: Current and Future Science of the Innermost Planet

Jack Wright et al. (2018-03-09) Post-deposition (and ongoing?) modification of Caloris ejecta blocks, In Mercury: Current and Future Science of the Innermost Planet

Jack Wright et al. (2018-02-02) Geological mapping of the Hokusai (H05) quadrangle of Mercury: Status update, In 49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference

Jack Wright et al. (2018-02-02) Spatial distribution and morphometric measurements of circum-Caloris knobs on Mercury: Application of novel shadow measurements, In 49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference

T. de Haas et al. (2018) Time will tell: temporal evolution of Martian gullies and palaeoclimatic implications. 467, The Geological Society of London

Laura Brooker et al. (2018) Clastic Polygonal Networks Around Lyot Crater, Mars: Possible Formation Mechanisms From Morphometric Analysis, In Icarus(302)

Frances E. G. Butcher et al. (2018) Evidence for Recent Wet-Based Crater Glaciation in Tempe Terra, Mars., In 49th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference(2083)

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