Lauren Jozwiak Print


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  Lauren.Jozwiak@jhuapl.edu

: SES

:   Planetary geologist; Planetary volcanologist

:  Planetary

  MESSENGER, MDIS

 
2016, Ph.D. in Planetary Science, Brown University
2013, Sci. M. in Planetary Science, Brown University
2011, B. S. in Earth, Atmospheric, and Planetary Science, Massachusetts Institute of Technology

Lauren Jozwiak joined the Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory in 2016 as a postdoctoral researcher. Prior to this, she was a graduate student at Brown University studying with Dr. Jim Head. Her disseration focused on shallow intrusive magmatism on terrestrial bodies, and her research explored the physical mechanics of intrusion emplacement, geomorphologic analysis of created landforms, and remote sensing observations supporting the existance of these subsurface bodies. Her research focuses on using geologic observations to inform and support volcanological modeling of magma propagation processes. Lauren is also interested in bubble formation processes and how the planetary volatiles gained during accreation can be traced using much later volcanic processes on a body. As a graduate student, Lauren was involved with the GRAIL science team, and with the MESSENGER Geology Discipline Group as well as the MDIS instrument team.

 
AGU Index Category AGU Index Sub-Category
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLID SURFACE PLANETS Volcanism
PLANETARY SCIENCES: SOLID SURFACE PLANETS Tectonics
VOLCANOLOGY Planetary volcanism
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2016 - Present
Postdoctoral Fellow; Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory
2013 - 2016
NASA Harriet G. Jenkins Graduate Fellow
2011 - Present
Geological Society of America
2011 - Present
American Geophysical Union
2016: Geological Society of America, Dwornik Award Honorable Mention, poster presentation
2015: AGU Fall Meeting Outstanding Student Paper Award, Planetary Sciences Section
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The following publication information was downloaded from http://www.researcherId.com/rid/N-2474-2016. Click on the publication title to view details.
Observational constraints on the identification of shallow lunar magmatism: Insights from floor-fractured craters
:   Jozwiak, L. M.; Head Iii, J. W.; Neumann, G. A.; Wilson, L.
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: Icarus
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Name Link to Datasource Notes
http://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0019103516300719
Lunar floor-fractured craters as magmatic intrusions: Geometry, modes of emplacement, associated tectonic and volcanic features, and implications for gravity anomalies
:   Jozwiak, Lauren M.; Head, James W.; Wilson, Lionel
:MAR 1 2015
: Icarus
  248
  424
  447
: WOS:000348411000030
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The volcanic history of Olympus Mons from paleo-topography and flexural modeling
:   Isherwood, Ryan J.; Jozwiak, Lauren M.; Jansen, Johanna C.; Andrews-Hanna, Jeffrey C.
:FEB 1 2013
: Earth and Planetary Science Letters
  363
  88
  96
: WOS:000316643300010
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Lunar floor-fractured craters: Classification, distribution, origin and implications for magmatism and shallow crustal structure
:   Jozwiak, Lauren M.; Head, James W.; Zuber, Maria T.; Smith, David E.; Neumann, Gregory A.
:NOV 15 2012
: Journal of Geophysical Research-Planets
  117
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: WOS:000311256000001
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