Kevin Lewis

Assistant Professor

229 Olin Hall
410-516-5274
klewis@jhu.edu
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Kevin Lewis’s research focuses on problems in planetary geophysics, from the scale of a grain of sand all the way up to the crust of a planet. He has worked in depth on the nature of sedimentary rocks of Mars, and what they might record about that planet's past climate and habitability. He is also interested in understanding the large-scale properties of planetary lithospheres using magnetic, gravity, and topography data sets.

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RC Ewing, MGA Lapotre, KW Lewis, M Day, N Stein, DM Rubin, ...
Sedimentary processes of the Bagnold Dunes: Implications for the eolian rock record of Mars
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, 2017

AR Vasavada, S Piqueux, KW Lewis, MT Lemmon, MD Smith
Thermophysical properties along Curiosity's traverse in Gale crater, Mars, derived from the REMS ground temperature sensor
Icarus 284, 372-386, 2017

LA Edgar, S Gupta, DM Rubin, KW Lewis, GA Kocurek, RB Anderson, ...
Shaler: in situ analysis of a fluvial sedimentary deposit on Mars
Sedimentology, 2017

WE Dietrich, MC Palucis, RME Williams, KW Lewis, F Rivera-Hernandez, ...
Fluvial gravels on Mars: Analysis and implications
Gravel-Bed Rivers: Processes and Disasters, edited by D. Tsutsumi and J ..., 2017

RA Yingst, K Cropper, S Gupta, LC Kah, RME Williams, J Blank, F Calef, ...
Characteristics of pebble and cobble-sized clasts along the Curiosity rover traverse from sol 100 to 750: Terrain types, potential sources, and transport mechanisms
Icarus 280, 72-92, 2016

KM Stack, CS Edwards, JP Grotzinger, S Gupta, DY Sumner, FJ Calef, ...
Comparing orbiter and rover image-based mapping of an ancient sedimentary environment, Aeolis Palus, Gale crater, Mars
Icarus 280, 3-21, 2016

ES Kite, J Sneed, DP Mayer, KW Lewis, TI Michaels, A Hore, SCR Rafkin
Evolution of major sedimentary mounds on Mars: Buildup via anticompensational stacking modulated by climate change
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 121 (11), 2282-2324, 2016

MGA Lapotre, RC Ewing, MP Lamb, WW Fischer, JP Grotzinger, ...
Large wind ripples on Mars: A record of atmospheric evolution
Science 353 (6294), 55-58, 2016

MC Palucis, WE Dietrich, RME Williams, AG Hayes, T Parker, DY Sumner, ...
Sequence and relative timing of large lakes in Gale crater (Mars) after the formation of Mount Sharp
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 121 (3), 472-496, 2016

JP Grotzinger, S Gupta, MC Malin, DM Rubin, J Schieber, K Siebach, ...
Deposition, exhumation, and paleoclimate of an ancient lake deposit, Gale crater, Mars
Science 350 (6257), aac7575, 2015

RP Irwin, KW Lewis, AD Howard, JA Grant
Paleohydrology of Eberswalde crater, Mars
Geomorphology 240, 83-101, 2015

ES Kite, AD Howard, A Lucas, KW Lewis
Resolving the era of river-forming climates on Mars using stratigraphic logs of river-deposit dimensions
Earth and Planetary Science Letters 420, 55-65, 2015

C Harig, KW Lewis, A Plattner, FJ Simons
A Suite of Soft Analyzes Data on the Sphere
Eos, 2015

R Anderson, JC Bridges, A Williams, L Edgar, A Ollila, J Williams, ...
ChemCam results from the Shaler outcrop in Gale crater, Mars
Icarus 249, 2-21, 2015

KW Lewis, O Aharonson
Occurrence and origin of rhythmic sedimentary rocks on Mars
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 119 (6), 1432-1457, 2014

NT Bridges, FJ Calef, B Hallet, KE Herkenhoff, NL Lanza, S Le Mouélic, ...
The rock abrasion record at Gale crater: Mars Science Laboratory results from Bradbury landing to Rocknest
Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets 119 (6), 1374-1389, 2014

KA Farley, C Malespin, P Mahaffy, JP Grotzinger, PM Vasconcelos, ...
In situ radiometric and exposure age dating of the Martian surface
science 343 (6169), 1247166, 2014

SM McLennan, RB Anderson, JF Bell, JC Bridges, F Calef, JL Campbell, ...
Elemental geochemistry of sedimentary rocks at Yellowknife Bay, Gale crater, Mars
Science 343 (6169), 1244734, 2014

JP Grotzinger, DY Sumner, LC Kah, K Stack, S Gupta, L Edgar, D Rubin, ...
A habitable fluvio-lacustrine environment at Yellowknife Bay, Gale Crater, Mars
Science 343 (6169), 1242777, 2014

DW Ming, PD Archer, DP Glavin, JL Eigenbrode, HB Franz, B Sutter, ...
Volatile and organic compositions of sedimentary rocks in Yellowknife Bay, Gale Crater, Mars
Science 343 (6169), 1245267, 2014