I am a fifth year graduate student in the Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences at Brown University working with Jack Mustard and Jim Head in the planetary geosciences group. My research primarily focuses on the use of remote sensing data to assess the morphology and mineralogy of paleolake deposits on Mars to help unravel what the ancient martian surface environment might have been like.
I also have a longstanding interest in public outreach, and always enjoy the opportunity to talk to people about planetary science. Apart from science, my hobbies range from hockey (playing and avid Leafs fan), to Lord of the Rings, to surfing, to a newly acquired interest in brewing (as opposed to just drinking) beer.
Department of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences
324 Brook St.
Providence, RI 02912
Telephone: +1 (401) 863-3485
Email: Tim_Goudge <at> brown <dot> edu
Office: Lincoln Field Building Room 111
Timothy A. Goudge | Graduate Student | Brown Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences
Please feel free to email me at: Tim_Goudge <at> brown <dot> edu
Last updated: 10/28/2014