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Ken Farley

Kenneth Farley

Ken Farley is the W.M. Keck Foundation Professor of Geochemistry at the California Institute of Technology. His research centers around noble gas geochemistry and its applications to a range of Earth science problems. He is also interested in the exploration of Mars and its geochemistry, geology, and geomorphology; much of his current work is centered on Martian geochronology and surface exposure dating using in-situ noble-gas based techniques.

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