Research by a University at Buffalo planetary geologist suggests that generally accepted estimates about the geologic age of surfaces on Mars — which influence theories about its history and whether or not it once sustained life — could be way off. Funded by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration, the research eventually could overturn principles about the relative ages of different areas on the Red Planet that have not been questioned for nearly 20 years.
January 23rd, 2003
Mars May Be Much Older — or Younger — than Thought University of Buffalo
March 15th, 2000
UB Geologist’s Study Of Volcanoes On Earth May Help Determine If There Ever Was Life On Mars University of Buffalo
Was there ever life on Mars? That question may one day be answered in part by research now being conducted by a University at Buffalo geologist who studies volcanoes on earth.