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Appendix C: Committee and Staff Biographical Information
Pages 30-34

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... Ehlmann's research interests include planetary surface processes, infrared spectroscopy, the evolution of Mars, and water–rock interactions throughout the solar system. Previously, she was a European Union Marie Curie Fellow and a collaborator on the Mars Exploration Rovers during their primary and first extended missions and an affiliate of the Dawn science team for its Ceres phase.
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... Research interests include comparative planetology and solar system exploration, with a special interest in the ocean worlds of the outer solar system and the use of spacecraft-based platforms to study the properties of planetary surfaces, including an engineering background in instrument design and calibration. Hayes's NASA flight project experience includes Cassini, Mars Exploration Rovers, Mars Science Laboratory, Mars2020, and the Europa Multiple Flyby Mission.
From page 32...
... ; and is a scientific editor for the AAS journals The Astrophysical Journal, The Astronomical Journal, The Astrophysical Journal Letters, and The Astrophysical Journal Supplement. McGrath has been awarded the NASA Exceptional Service Medal, the NASA Superior Accomplishment Award, and the NASA Ames Honor Award in Lunar Science.
From page 33...
... Stevenson's research applies condensed matter physics and fluid dynamics to data from space missions, including NASA's Galileo, Cassini, and Juno missions. Stevenson served as the chair of the Geological and Planetary Sciences Division and as the chair of the faculty at Caltech.
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... After beginning her government career as a presidential management intern under Ronald Reagan, Hartman worked on Capitol Hill for House Science and Technology Committee Chairman Don Fuqua, as a senior engineer building spacecraft at NASA Goddard, and as a senior policy analyst at the White House. She has served as the Planetary Division director, deputy associate administrator, and acting associate administrator at NASA's Science Mission Directorate, as the deputy assistant administrator at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration, and as the deputy center director and director of science and exploration at NASA's Goddard Space Flight Center.

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