Emma Marcucci

Remote Sensing
(907)474-7676
Emma joined the Remote Sensing group in 2014 as a postdoc working on stereo photogrammetry of Alaska and other planets, particularly Mars. Additional projects include acid-sulfate alteration pathways as relevant to early Mars and hyperspectral mineral analysis. She is heavily involved with the portable, digital planetarium.
Current Positions: 
Postdoctoral Fellow
Present Research Interests: 
  • Stereo Photogrammetry
  • Planetary Science
  • Acid-sulfate alteration
  • Remote Sensing
Selected Pubs: 
  • Marcucci, E.C. and B.M. Hynek (2014) Laboratory simulations of acid-sulfate weathering under volcanic hydrothermal conditions: Implications for early Mars, J. Geophys. Res. Planets 119, doi:10.1002/2013JE004439
  • Marcucci, E.C., B.M. Hynek, K.S. Kierein-Young, and K.L. Rogers (2013) Visible-near infrared reflectance spectroscopy analysis of acid-sulfate alteration in volcanic systems in Nicaragua: Analogs for early Mars, J. Geophys. Res. Planets 118, doi: 10.1002/
  • Hynek, B.M., T.M. McCollom, E.C. Marcucci, K. Brugman, and K.L. Rogers (2013) Assessment of environmental controls on acid-sulfate alteration at active volcanoes in Nicaragua: Applications to relic hydrothermal systems on Mars, J. Geophys. Res. Planets 11