Outstanding student paper


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One presentation in the Planetology Section was named Outstanding Student Paper at AGU's Spring Meeting in Baltimore, Md. Noam Izenberg presented “The Erosion and Deposition Associated With the Great Flood of 1993, Missouri River, Missouri.” He received his B.Sc. with honors from Brown University in 1989 and is planning on defending his Ph.D. dissertation research in late September 1995, at the Department of Earth and Planetary Sciences at Washington University. His main research interest is the evolution of planetary surfaces and the quantitative measurement of surficial change on the Earth and planetary bodies. Currently, he is focusing on the methods of determining catastrophic flood damage using interferometric and polarimetric airborne and satellite radar data, coupled with field analysis.