Emma Marcucci is a postdoctoral fellow with UAF's Geophysical Institute's Remote Sensing group. She is a planetary scientist and uses stereo photogrammetry to study landscapes and landscape change in Alaska and on other planets, namely Mars. Prior to coming to Alaska, she completed her Ph.D. at the University of Colorado Boulder in Geological Sciences and a B.S. in Physics at Johns Hopkins. Emma is particularly interested in comparative planetology, a method of using locations and processes on Earth as analogs for other planets. She is also highly active in educational outreach, including UAF's traveling planetarium.