Fellow of the Geological Society of America
His primary areas of investigation include Titan, Astrobiology, Radar imaging, Synthetic aperture radar and Remote sensing. His Titan study integrates concerns from other disciplines, such as Aeolian processes, Geomorphology, Impact crater, Fluvial and Atmospheric sciences. His study on Astrobiology is mostly dedicated to connecting different topics, such as Volcano.
His biological study deals with issues like Latitude, which deal with fields such as Sand dune stabilization, Terrain and Meteorology. His studies deal with areas such as Altimeter and Mineralogy as well as Synthetic aperture radar. The various areas that Jani Radebaugh examines in his Remote sensing study include Spectral line, Northern Hemisphere, Infrared and Aerosol.
Jani Radebaugh mainly investigates Titan, Astrobiology, Volcano, Remote sensing and Geomorphology. His Titan study incorporates themes from Impact crater, Fluvial, Latitude, Synthetic aperture radar and Radar imaging. The concepts of his Latitude study are interwoven with issues in Polar, Tectonics, Atmospheric sciences and Terrain.
His Astrobiology research includes elements of Orbiter, Aeolian processes and Earth science. His Volcano research incorporates elements of Thermal emission and Geophysics. His studies examine the connections between Geophysics and genetics, as well as such issues in Lithosphere, with regards to Mantle.
His main research concerns Astrobiology, Titan, Yardang, Planetary science and Orbiter. The study incorporates disciplines such as Exoplanet and Liquid methane in addition to Astrobiology. His work deals with themes such as Impact crater, Terrain, Solar System, Sedimentary depositional environment and Remote sensing, which intersect with Titan.
He has included themes like Volcano, Caldera and Martian in his Impact crater study. In the subject of general Volcano, his work in Patera is often linked to Tanzania, thereby combining diverse domains of study. Jani Radebaugh interconnects Northern Hemisphere, Sinuosity and Shore in the investigation of issues within Remote sensing.
His primary areas of study are Titan, Astrobiology, Yardang, Impact crater and Remote sensing. His research in Titan intersects with topics in Sedimentary depositional environment and Terrain. His work on Exploration of Saturn, Planetary science and Enceladus as part of general Astrobiology research is frequently linked to Sublimation, bridging the gap between disciplines.
His study looks at the relationship between Yardang and topics such as Flow, which overlap with Geomorphology. His study in Impact crater is interdisciplinary in nature, drawing from both Volcano, Caldera and Polar. In general Remote sensing, his work in Radiometry is often linked to Long wavelength linking many areas of study.
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The lakes of Titan
Ellen R. Stofan;Charles Elachi;Jonathan I. Lunine;Ralf D. Lorenz.
The sand seas of Titan: Cassini RADAR observations of longitudinal dunes.
R. D. Lorenz;S. Wall;J. Radebaugh;G. Boubin.
Titan's inventory of organic surface materials
Ralph D. Lorenz;Karl L. Mitchell;Randolph L. Kirk;Alexander G. Hayes.
Geophysical Research Letters (2008)
Cryovolcanic features on Titan's surface as revealed by the Cassini Titan Radar Mapper
Rosaly M.C. Lopes;K. L. Mitchell;Ellen R. Stofan;Jonathan I. Lunine;Jonathan I. Lunine.
Dunes on Titan observed by Cassini Radar
J. Radebaugh;R. D. Lorenz;J. I. Lunine;S. D. Wall.
Correlations between Cassini VIMS spectra and RADAR SAR images: Implications for Titan's surface composition and the character of the Huygens Probe Landing Site
Laurence A. Soderblom;Randolph L. Kirk;Jonathan I. Lunine;Jeffrey A. Anderson.
Planetary and Space Science (2007)
Fluvial channels on Titan: Initial Cassini RADAR observations
Ralph D. Lorenz;Rosaly M. Lopes;Flora Paganelli;Jonathan I. Lunine.
Planetary and Space Science (2008)
Mountains on Titan observed by Cassini Radar
Jani Radebaugh;Ralph D. Lorenz;Randolph L. Kirk;Jonathan I. Lunine.
Distribution and interplay of geologic processes on Titan from Cassini radar data
R.M.C. Lopes;E. R. Stofan;R. Peckyno;J. Radebaugh.
Cryovolcanism on Titan: New results from Cassini RADAR and VIMS
R. M. C. Lopes;R. L. Kirk;K. L. Mitchell;A. LeGall.
Journal of Geophysical Research (2013)
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