Fritz Foss and Nathaniel Putzig – co-authors of January’s The Leading Edge cover article – discuss “3D imaging of Mars’ polar ice caps using orbital radar data.”
Fritz Foss has worked in various capacities in the oil & gas exploration business for the past 23 years. He co-founded Unified GeoSystems in 2009.
Nathaniel Putzig is a Senior Scientist at the Planetary Science Institute. He’s worked 14 years with terrestrial active-source seismic data in academia and industry. Presently, he serves as the US/Deputy Team Leader for the Shallow Radar sounder on the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter.
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