Tim is currently a Postdoctoral Fellow at the Jackson School of Geosciences. He received his BSc from Queen's University, and his ScM and PhD from Brown University. Tim is a spectroscopist and planetary scientist who is interested in how aqueous surface processes are recorded in landscape topography and geomorphology, and how changes in a planet's surface environment are recorded through time in the mineralogy and stratigraphy of the sedimentary rock record. His research primarily focuses on the use of remote sensing data (e.g., images, topography, imaging spectroscopy) to study the surface geology of Mars.

For more information on Tim's research, visit his research website.

Areas of Expertise

Remote sensing; reflectance spectroscopy; geomorphology; surface processes; martian surface geology; planetary science.