Analysis Software - GIAS v2
Christopher W. Hamilton is a planetary scientist investigating the genesis and evolution of planetary surfaces and the role of natural resource distribution. He has been intimately involved in field-based studies of volcanism in Hawai'i and Iceland. He incorporates remote sensing data, statistical pattern recognition, and computational modeling to give a better understanding of the dynamics of lava-water interaction, which gives new insights into comparative planetology. Christopher finished his PhD in the University of Hawai'i in 2011 and is now a post-doctoral researcher at NASA Goddard Space Flight Center.
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