Brian M. Hynek, Ph.D.

2003 Washington University, Saint Louis, St. Louis, MO 
Geology, Astronomy and Astrophysics
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Roger Jay Phillips grad student 2003 Washington University
 (The surface evolution of Mars with emphasis on hydrologic and volcanic processes.)
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Thomas RJ, Hynek BM, Rothery DA, et al. (2016) Mercury's low-reflectance material: Constraints from hollows Icarus. 277: 455-465
Hynek BM, Osterloo MK, Kierein-Young KS. (2015) Late-stage formation of Martian chloride salts through ponding and evaporation Geology. 43: 787-790
Small EE, Blom T, Hancock GS, et al. (2015) Variability of rock erodibility in bedrock-floored stream channels based on abrasion mill experiments Journal of Geophysical Research F: Earth Surface
Marcucci EC, Hynek BM. (2014) Laboratory simulations of acid-sulfate weathering under volcanic hydrothermal conditions: Implications for early Mars. Journal of Geophysical Research. Planets. 119: 679-703
McCollom TM, Ehlmann BL, Wang A, et al. (2014) Detection of iron substitution in natroalunite-natrojarosite solid solutions and potential implications for Mars American Mineralogist. 99: 948-964
Hoke MRT, Hynek BM, Di Achille G, et al. (2014) The effects of sediment supply and concentrations on the formation timescale of martian deltas Icarus. 228: 1-12
Robbins SJ, Hynek BM. (2014) The secondary crater population of Mars Earth and Planetary Science Letters. 400: 66-76
Robbins SJ, Hynek BM. (2013) Utility of laser altimeter and stereoscopic terrain models: Application to Martian craters Planetary and Space Science. 86: 57-65
Robbins SJ, Hynek BM, Lillis RJ, et al. (2013) Large impact crater histories of Mars: The effect of different model crater age techniques Icarus. 225: 173-184
Marcucci EC, Hynek BM, Kierein-Young KS, et al. (2013) Visible-near-infrared reflectance spectroscopy of volcanic acid-sulfate alteration in Nicaragua: Analogs for early Mars Journal of Geophysical Research E: Planets. 118: 2213-2233
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