Russell Miller

B.S., Geology, University of Arkansas, Fayetteville, 2020
M.S., Geosciences/Geophysics, University of Texas at Austin, expected 2022


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My interest is understanding planetary bodies evolutionary history with regards to the diversity of landscapes across the solar system. My work aims to better understand the recent Martian environment with the expectation to be applied to analogue terrains.

Current Research Projects

Volcanic Facies and 15m Scale Roughness Throughout Athabasca Valles Outflow System: A multi-Stage Flow Development

Britton Redifer Endowed Geology Scholarship Fund - Brit Oil and Gas (2019 - 2020)

Machine Learning Classification of the Martian Surface: Application to Radar Reflectometry, University of Texas at Austin, 52 Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, https://lpsc2021.ipostersessions.com/?s=56-3E-BB-80-D3-45-04-73-7F-31-64-14-30-6C-C0-C1 (2021)

Liu-Schiaffini, M., Christian, S., Miller, R., Grima, C., Ng, G. & Gulick, S. (2021). Machine Learning Classification of the Martian surface: Application to radar reflectometry. LPSC, 2. https://www.hou.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2021/pdf/1224.pdf. doi:.

Miller, R., Grima, C., Gulick, S., Goudge, T., Putzig, N., Perry, M. & Russell, A. (2022). Volcanic Facies and 15m Scale Roughness Throughout Athabasca Valles Lava System: A Multi-Stage Flow Development. LPSC 53, 2.