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American Geophysical Union features Boise State study

Physics professor Brian Jackson, dust devil research, Alvord desert of Eastern Oregon, John Kelly photo

The American Geophysical Union recently published a paper by the group of researchers led by Brian Jackson, an associate professor in the Department of Physics. The paper was about the group’s work studying dust devils on earth, and what they might reveal about dust devils on Saturn’s moon.

The organization also wrote a blog post about the paper: Dust devils may roam hydrocarbon dunes on Saturn’s moon Titan.

Read the article here.