Alexander G. Hayes spends much of his time researching Impact crater, Titan, Mineralogy, Mars Exploration Program and Atmospheric sciences. His Impact crater study deals with the bigger picture of Astrobiology. Alexander G. Hayes interconnects Synthetic aperture radar, Altimeter, Radar imaging and Latitude in the investigation of issues within Titan.
Alexander G. Hayes combines subjects such as Geologic Sediments, Volcanic rock and Meridiani Planum with his study of Mineralogy. Alexander G. Hayes has included themes like Pixel, Field of view, Optics and Remote sensing in his Mars Exploration Program study. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Hydrology, Water cycle, Polar and Greenhouse gas.
His primary scientific interests are in Titan, Astrobiology, Remote sensing, Atmospheric sciences and Geomorphology. His Titan study incorporates themes from Impact crater, Geophysics, Latitude, Altimeter and Polar. His work in Impact crater addresses subjects such as Meridiani Planum, which are connected to disciplines such as Outcrop.
His Remote sensing study combines topics in areas such as Emissivity and Mars Exploration Program. His Mars Exploration Program research incorporates elements of Pixel and Multispectral image. His research ties Bathymetry and Geomorphology together.
Alexander G. Hayes mainly investigates Titan, Astrobiology, Remote sensing, Geomorphology and Comet. His research investigates the connection between Titan and topics such as Bathymetry that intersect with issues in Altimeter. His work on Solar System and Planetary science is typically connected to Dragonfly, History and Ice giant as part of general Astrobiology study, connecting several disciplines of science.
His study looks at the relationship between Remote sensing and fields such as Mars Exploration Program, as well as how they intersect with chemical problems. His work in the fields of Geomorphology, such as Fluvial and Alluvial fan, intersects with other areas such as Dissolution. In his study, Terrestrial planet and Mantle is inextricably linked to Fault scarp, which falls within the broad field of Comet.
Alexander G. Hayes mostly deals with Titan, Astrobiology, Remote sensing, Solar System and Multispectral image. His Titan study combines topics from a wide range of disciplines, such as Spaceborne radar, Doppler effect, Radar tracker, Bathymetry and Specular reflection. His research integrates issues of Habitability, Orbiter and Water cycle in his study of Astrobiology.
His study in Remote sensing is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Radiative transfer, Northern Hemisphere, Emissivity and Shore. His studies in Multispectral image integrate themes in fields like Pixel and Mars Exploration Program. His work on Exploration of Mars and Martian surface as part of general Mars Exploration Program research is often related to Zoom, thus linking different fields of science.
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Mineralogy at Meridiani Planum from the Mini-TES Experiment on the Opportunity Rover.
Philip Christensen;M. B. Wyatt;T. D. Glotch;A. D. Rogers.
Mars Exploration Rover Athena Panoramic Camera (Pancam) investigation
J.F. Bell;S. W. Squyres;Kenneth E. Herkenhoff;J.N. Maki.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2003)
Hydrocarbon lakes on Titan: Distribution and interaction with a porous regolith
A. Hayes;O. Aharonson;P. Callahan;C. Elachi.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
Titan's inventory of organic surface materials
Ralph D. Lorenz;Karl L. Mitchell;Randolph L. Kirk;Alexander G. Hayes.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
Rapid and extensive surface changes near Titan's equator: evidence of April showers.
E. P. Turtle;J. E. Perry;A. G. Hayes;R. D. Lorenz.
An asymmetric distribution of lakes on Titan as a possible consequence of orbital forcing
O. Aharonson;A. G. Hayes;J. I. Lunine;R. D. Lorenz.
Nature Geoscience (2009)
Initial results from the Mini-TES experiment in Gusev Crater from the Spirit Rover
Philip Christensen;Steven Ruff;R. L. Fergason;A. T. Knudson.
Pancam multispectral imaging results from the Spirit Rover at Gusev Crater
James Bell;S. W. Squyres;R. E. Arvidson;H. M. Arneson.
The NASA Roadmap to Ocean Worlds
Amanda R. Hendrix;Terry A. Hurford;Laura M. Barge;Michael T. Bland.
Evidence from Opportunity's Microscopic Imager for Water on Meridiani Planum
Kenneth E Herkenhoff;Steven W Squyres;Raymond E Arvidson;Deborah S Bass.
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