Lecturer, Monash University
Dr. Andrew Gunn is a Lecturer in Physical Geography in the School of Earth, Atmosphere and Environment at Monash University.
His research is focused on the physical processes that create planetary surfaces, specializing in deserts and Mars.
Andrew was trained at the University of Melbourne (BS in Applied Mathematics), the University of Tasmania (Honours in Physical Oceanography), the University of Pennsylvania (PhD in Earth Science) and Stanford University (Postdoc in Geological Sciences).
May 23, 2022 13:16 pm UTC| Science
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