Eastern Mineral and Environmental Resources Science Center
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The primary objective of this research is to utilize Earth analogs of planetary environments to improve our understanding of the formation, evolution and preservation of these environments, including their potential to support life, and apply that understanding to search for life elsewhere in the solar system.
Click on the photo (left) to link to: J. K. Crowley and others, 2008, Spectral Diversity of Terrestrial Banded Iron Formations and Associated Rocks: Implications for Mars Remote Sensing (Abstract #1263, 38th LPSC, Houston, TX)
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