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Kat Scanlon

Ms. Scanlon is a graduate student in Geological Sciences at Brown University, and the lead author of a paper published in the Geophysical Research Letters that offers computational modeling evidence for ancient precipitation on Mars.

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The Ancient Snows of Mars

08/05/2013 | 28:50

When she was learning to forecast the weather in Hawaii, Brown University grad student Kat Scanlon didn’t suspect it would help her uncover evidence for rain or, more likely, snow that helped shape the surface of Mars billions of years ago.

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