Devon Burr


Devon Burr
Assistant Professor
Earth and Planetary Sciences

Devon Burr is an expert in planetary geology, particularly of Mars and Titan. Her research focuses on understanding the evolution of these bodies as evidenced by their surface features. Burr is involved in investigations into flooding and fluvial (river-related), glacial, periglacial (ground ice) or wind-formed landscapes. She regularly uses data returned by NASA spacecraft missions to other planetary bodies. To support analysis of these remote mission data, she conducts geologic field work on terrestrial analogues, wind tunnel laboratory experiments and numerical modeling.

Expertise Categories: Geology | Planetary Geology | Geomorphology | Mars | Titan | Rivers | Flooding | Astrobiology | Wind Tunnels

Contact Information

Phone: 865-974-6010

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