Steven F. Sholes [EMAIL]

Graduate Student,
Earth & Space Sciences

Office: Johnson 240

Astrobiology Areas of Interest: Habitability & Life on Mars, Education & Outreach


Peer-reviewd Publications

[3] Sholes, S.F., M.L. Smith, M.W. ClaireK.J. Zahnle, and D.C. Catling. 2017. "Anoxic Atmospheres on Mars Driven by Volcanism: Implications for Past Environments and Life." Icarus 290: 46 62. doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2017.02.022

[2] Misra, A.J. Krissansen-Totton, M.C. Koehler, and S. Sholes. 2015. "Detecting Volcanism on Exoplanets using Transient Sulfate Aerosols." Astrobiology 15(6): 462-477. doi:10.1089/ast.2014.1204

[1] Thomas, P.C., W. Calvin, P. Gierasch, R. Haberle, P.B. James, and S. Sholes. 2013. "Time Scales of Erosion and Deposition Recorded in the Residual South Polar Cap of Mars." Icarus 225(2): 923:932. ​doi:10.1016/j.icarus.2012.08.038