Joshua L. Bandfield, Ph.D.

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2000 Arizona State University, Tempe, AZ, United States 
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Geology, Atmospheric Science Physics
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Philip R. Christensen grad student 2000 Arizona State
 (Isolation and characterization of Martian atmospheric constituents and surface lithologies using thermal infrared spectroscopy.)
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Bandfield JL, Poston MJ, Klima RL, et al. (2018) Widespread distribution of OH/HO on the lunar surface inferred from spectral data. Nature Geoscience. 11: 173-177
Amador ES, Bandfield JL. (2016) Elevated bulk-silica exposures and evidence for multiple aqueous alteration episodes in Nili Fossae, Mars Icarus. 276: 39-51
Bandfield JL, Amador ES. (2016) Extensive aqueous deposits at the base of the dichotomy boundary in Nilosyrtis Mensae, Mars Icarus. 275: 29-44
Greenhagen BT, Neish CD, Williams JP, et al. (2016) Origin of the anomalously rocky appearance of Tsiolkovskiy crater Icarus. 273: 237-247
Glotch TD, Bandfield JL, Wolff MJ, et al. (2016) Constraints on the composition and particle size of chloride salt-bearing deposits on Mars Journal of Geophysical Research E: Planets. 121: 454-471
Glotch TD, Bandfield JL, Lucey PG, et al. (2015) Formation of lunar swirls by magnetic field standoff of the solar wind. Nature Communications. 6: 6189
Bandfield JL, Cahill JTS, Carter LM, et al. (2015) Distal ejecta from lunar impacts: Extensive regions of rocky deposits Icarus
Rivera-Hernandez F, Bandfield JL, Ruff SW, et al. (2015) Characterizing the thermal infrared spectral effects of optically thin surface dust: Implications for remote-sensing and in situ measurements of the martian surface Icarus. 262: 173-186
Davidsson BJR, Rickman H, Bandfield JL, et al. (2015) Interpretation of thermal emission. I. The effect of roughness for spatially resolved atmosphereless bodies Icarus. 252: 1-21
Shirley JH, McConnochie TH, Kass DM, et al. (2015) Temperatures and aerosol opacities of the Mars atmosphere at aphelion: Validation and inter-comparison of limb sounding profiles from MRO/MCS and MGS/TES Icarus. 251: 26-49
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