His primary scientific interests are in Impact crater, Mars Exploration Program, Geomorphology, Titan and Landform. His Impact crater research includes elements of Martian, Crater counting, Regolith and Meteorite. His study on Mars Exploration Program is covered under Astrobiology.
His Geomorphology research includes themes of Lava, Atmosphere of Mars, Elysium and Meridiani Planum. The study incorporates disciplines such as Soil science, Sediment gravity flow, Sediment transport, Terrain and Synthetic aperture radar in addition to Titan. His Landform study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Aeolian processes, Fault scarp, Ridge and Hesperian.
His primary areas of study are Mars Exploration Program, Geomorphology, Titan, Astrobiology and Aeolian processes. Devon M. Burr is interested in Martian, which is a branch of Mars Exploration Program. His work deals with themes such as Sedimentary rock, Tectonics and Volcano, which intersect with Geomorphology.
His studies deal with areas such as Synthetic aperture radar, Remote sensing, Sediment transport and Drainage as well as Titan. The various areas that Devon M. Burr examines in his Astrobiology study include Spacecraft and Planet. Devon M. Burr combines subjects such as Wind speed, Meteorology, Wind tunnel and Bedform with his study of Aeolian processes.
His scientific interests lie mostly in Mars Exploration Program, Wind tunnel, Aeolian processes, Saltation and Titan. Mars Exploration Program is a primary field of his research addressed under Astrobiology. Devon M. Burr usually deals with Saltation and limits it to topics linked to Mechanics and Wind speed.
His Titan research integrates issues from Atmospheric sciences, Remote sensing and Geomorphology. His Sediment, Meander and Channel bank study in the realm of Geomorphology interacts with subjects such as Paleoclimatology. His Volcanism research incorporates elements of Volcano and Martian.
Devon M. Burr mostly deals with Mars Exploration Program, Geomorphology, Titan, Martian and Saltation. His study in Impact crater extends to Mars Exploration Program with its themes. Devon M. Burr works mostly in the field of Geomorphology, limiting it down to topics relating to Alluvial fan and, in certain cases, Sediment, Debris, Debris flow and Middle latitudes.
His Titan research incorporates themes from Aeolian processes and Wind tunnel. His work in Martian addresses issues such as Volcano, which are connected to fields such as Sediment transport, Granular material and Solar System. Devon M. Burr interconnects Mineralogy, Water content, Moisture, Capillary action and Relative humidity in the investigation of issues within Saltation.
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The rayed crater Zunil and interpretations of small impact craters on Mars
Alfred S. McEwen;Brandon S. Preblich;Elizabeth P. Turtle;Natalia A. Artemieva.
Repeated Aqueous Flooding from the Cerberus Fossae: Evidence for Very Recently Extant, Deep Groundwater on Mars
Devon M. Burr;Jennifer A. Grier;Alfred S. McEwen;Laszlo P. Keszthelyi.
NEAR-INFRARED SPECTROSCOPY OF TROJAN ASTEROIDS: EVIDENCE FOR TWO COMPOSITIONAL GROUPS
J. P. Emery;D. M. Burr;D. P. Cruikshank.
The Astronomical Journal (2011)
Recent aqueous floods from the Cerberus Fossae, Mars
Devon M. Burr;Alfred S. McEwen;Susan E. H. Sakimoto.
Geophysical Research Letters (2002)
Near-infrared (0.8-4.0 μm) spectroscopy of Mimas, Enceladus, Tethys, and Rhea
J. P. Emery;D. M. Burr;D. P. Cruikshank;R. H. Brown.
Astronomy and Astrophysics (2005)
Young (late Amazonian), near-surface, ground ice features near the equator, Athabasca Valles, Mars
Devon M. Burr;Devon M. Burr;Richard J. Soare;Richard J. Soare;Jean-Michel Wan Bun Tseung;Joshua P. Emery.
Sediment transport by liquid surficial flow: Application to Titan
Devon M. Burr;Joshua P. Emery;Ralph D. Lorenz;Geoffrey C. Collins.
Orbital observations of contemporary dune activity in Endeavor crater, Meridiani Planum, Mars
Matthew Chojnacki;Devon M. Burr;Jeffrey E. Moersch;Timothy I. Michaels.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2011)
Pervasive aqueous paleoflow features in the Aeolis/Zephyria Plana region, Mars
Devon M. Burr;Devon M. Burr;Marie-Therese Enga;Rebecca M.E. Williams;James R. Zimbelman.
Fluvial features on Titan: Insights from morphology and modeling
Devon M. Burr;J. Taylor Perron;Michael P. Lamb;Rossman P. Irwin.
Geological Society of America Bulletin (2013)
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