Astrogeology Science Center

This plot shows the cap edge as a function of season. The data used was 30 µ mpre-mapping TES data. The contour lines are spaced at 10 degrees of Ls, starting with 215 as the dark blue contour.
This plot shows the cap edge as a function of season. The data used was 30 µ mpre-mapping TES data. The contour lines are spaced at 10 degrees of Ls, starting with 215 as the dark blue contour.

The Mars Ice Consortium is a joint project between the USGS Astrogeology Research Program (Flagstaff, AZ) and the Arizona State University Mars Space Flight Facilty (Tempe, AZ) to bring together a single resource for the exploration of martian ices. Much of this research is done at the USGS Flagstaff Science Center.

This consortium and website were put together to facilitate exchange of information that pertains to Martian ice studies. Currently the consortium is made up of members from the USGS Astrogeology Team and Arizona State University. Group members are listed below.

Timothy Titus: ttitus@usgs.gov
Dr. Titus is a Space Scientist at the U.S. Geological Survey in Flagstaff, AZ. His research interests include Mars polar processes, thermal inertia studies, and Mars dunes. Click here for more information on Tim's research interests.

Rose Hayward: rhayward@usgs.gov

Kyle Winfree: winfree@seas.upenn.edu