Dr. Gordon Osinski
Colonization of Shocked Basalt from Vargeão Dome and Vista Alegre, Brazil: Implications for the Search of Life on Mars.
- Investigation of microbial colonization in impact-generated terrestrial basaltic targets.
- Relationship between biomass and shock levels in basalts.
- Efficacy of shocked impact craters as a potential habitat and how it may relate to the origin and evolution of life.
- Mineralogical Association of Canada Undergraduate Student Award
- Undergraduate Pre-thesis Award, Faculty of Science, University of Western Ontario
- Charles. A. Southworth Memorial Prize in Paleontology, Department of Earth Science, University of Western Ontario
Andres, C.N., Eyles, C.H., Jara, H., & Narro Perez, R. (2018; in press). Sedimentological analysis of Paleolake Jircacocha, Cordillera Blanca, Perú.Revista de Glaciares y Ecosistemas de Montaña del INAIGEM.
M.Sc Geology and Planetary Science
University of Western Ontario
London, ON, Canada
M.Sc. thesis project: In progress
B.Sc. summa cum laude in Honours Integrated Science (iSci) conc. in Earth and Environmental Sciences
Hamilton, ON, Canada
B.Sc. thesis project: See 2018 publication (in press) “Sedimentological analysis of Paleolake Jircacocha, Cordillera Blanca, Perú”