Emma Rogers, Dartmouth University
What are your EPSP research interests?
Martian terrestrial analogs, Alluvial fan geomorphology, Grain shape evolution, stratigraphy
What influenced you to study EPSP?
I love taking something like rock shape or alluvial fans, something that many people wouldn't consider for longer than a couple of seconds, and using them to explore the past and present history of not only the Earth, but the other planets in our solar system. I think it is so cool that this field allows me to use the world around me to see 'back in time' to landscapes and environments that no longer exist. I find it even cooler that I can do the same for somewhere such as Mars, where we have only scratched the surface of exploration.
What do you like to do in your free time?
I love tapping into my creativity with watercolor painting, sewing, embroidery, or any other craft that comes my way! I also love being outdoors by traveling, hiking, hammocking, swimming, or even just reading a nice book out in the sun!
Contact Info: firstname.lastname@example.org; Watercolor Instagram: @designs_by_emma_rae