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 an associate professor at the Lunar and Planetary Science Laboratory, Arizona.
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