Paul D. Spudis mostly deals with Impact crater, Paleontology, Remote sensing, Geophysics and South Pole–Aitken basin. His study brings together the fields of Solar System and Impact crater. His Structural basin and Topography of the Moon study in the realm of Paleontology interacts with subjects such as Ring.
The Remote sensing study combines topics in areas such as Lunar day, Sunlight, Bistatic radar and Geodesy. His Geophysics study combines topics in areas such as Radar, Radar imaging and Polar. His biological study spans a wide range of topics, including Mare Crisium, Lunar geologic timescale and Crust.
Paul D. Spudis focuses on Impact crater, Remote sensing, Geochemistry, Basalt and Astrobiology. His Impact crater study incorporates themes from Lava, Structural basin, Geophysics and Radar. Paul D. Spudis has included themes like Orbiter and Radar imaging, Bistatic radar in his Remote sensing study.
In his study, Lunar geologic timescale is inextricably linked to Earth science, which falls within the broad field of Geochemistry. His work is dedicated to discovering how Basalt, Anorthosite are connected with Crust and other disciplines. His Astrobiology research incorporates elements of Robot, Space exploration and Clementine.
His primary areas of study are Impact crater, Remote sensing, Geophysics, Radar and Synthetic aperture radar. His Impact crater research includes elements of Geochemistry, Structural basin, Regolith and Polar. Paul D. Spudis combines topics linked to Earth science with his work on Geochemistry.
His Structural basin research is multidisciplinary, incorporating perspectives in Mare Crisium, Chronology and Topography of the Moon. The Remote sensing study combines topics in areas such as Stokes parameters, Spacecraft, Radar imaging, Bistatic radar and Orbiter. In his study, which falls under the umbrella issue of Radar, Scattering, Selenographic coordinates, Shadow and Latitude is strongly linked to Backscatter.
Impact crater, Geophysics, Regolith, Remote sensing and Radar are his primary areas of study. His research integrates issues of Geochemistry, Basalt and Latitude in his study of Impact crater. The various areas that he examines in his Geophysics study include Volcano, Pyroclastic rock, Antipodal point and Flood basalt.
His Regolith research is multidisciplinary, incorporating elements of Robot and Lunar orbit. The study incorporates disciplines such as Orbiter, Solar System and Bistatic radar in addition to Remote sensing. His Radar research focuses on Polar and how it relates to Shadow, Selenographic coordinates, Backscatter and Albedo.
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The Clementine Bistatic Radar Experiment
S. Nozette;C. L. Lichtenberg;P. Spudis;R. Bonner.
Volcanism on Mars
Ronald Greeley;Paul D. Spudis.
Reviews of Geophysics (1981)
The Clementine Mission to the Moon: Scientific Overview
Stewart Nozette;P. Rustan;L. P. Pleasance;D. M. Horan.
Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Overview: The Instrument Suite and Mission
Gordon Chin;Scott Brylow;Marc Foote;James Garvin.
Space Science Reviews (2007)
The geology of multi-ring impact basins : the moon and other planets
Paul D. Spudis.
Chicxulub multiring impact basin - Size and other characteristics derived from gravity analysis
Virgil L. Sharpton;Kevin Burke;Antonio Camargo-Zanoguera;Stuart A. Hall.
Beginning and end of lunar mare volcanism
P. H. Schultz;P. D. Spudis.
The geology of multi-ring impact basins
Paul D. Spudis.
Ancient Multiring Basins on the Moon Revealed by Clementine Laser Altimetry
Paul D. Spudis;Jeffrey J. Gillis;Robert A. Reisse.
A model of the Chicxulub impact basin based on evaluation of geophysical data, well logs, and drill core samples
Virgil L. Sharpton;Luis E. Marin;John L. Carney;Scott Lee.
Geological Society of America Special Papers (1996)
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