Hello, world! I’m Mike Bramble and I am in the Planetary Geoscience graduate program at Brown University. I apply remote sensing techniques to quantify planetary geochemistry and surface processes.
- Using laboratory experiments to constrain how infrared emissivity spectra alter due to changing porosity, grain size, and albedo on airless bodies
- Remote characterization of the Northeast Syrits Major candidate landing site for the Mars 2020 rover
- Constraining carbonate formation mechanisms in Nili Fossae, Mars via manual and automated analyses of remote hyperspectral data
- Quantitative stratigraphic analysis of layered features at Bradbury crater, Mars using high spatial resolution orbital imagery
- Published in the August–September 2015 issue of American Mineralogist is a study I performed at Western on measuring mineral grain size using X-ray diffraction. I wrote a blog post explaining the paper and some needed background information in a shared language available here.
Department of Earth, Environmental, and Planetary Sciences
324 Brook St.
Providence, RI 02912
email: michael_bramble [at] brown [dot] edu
office: Lincoln Field Building Room 119
voicemail: +1 (626) 817-6715
links: Google Scholar / Research Gate / Astrophysics Data System / ORCID