Dr. Myriam Telus
I’m an assistant professor in Earth and Planetary Sciences at the University of California Santa Cruz. My research in cosmochemistry focuses on understanding the timing and conditions of solar system formation and early evolution through chemical and isotope analyses of meteorites. Here, you will find some information about my research and some general information about cosmochemistry, asteroids, meteorites, and chronology. You can also find me on ResearchGate.net.
I will give a talk in the topical session: “T123. Rocks from Space! Using Meteorites to Understand the Physical, Chemical, and Mineralogical Evolution of Planetary Bodies”
Dr. Myriam Telus and Ph.D. candidate Maggie Thompson discuss meteorites as tools to understand the atmospheres of extrasolar planets for Santa Cruz Astronomy on Tap.