Terrestrial analogs are an important part of the robotic and human exploration of the solar system. One of the main recommendations from a community survey conducted in 2019 was to hold a workshop to increase communication and share resources among scientists, engineers, data managers, educators, and students who are involved, or hope to be involved, in terrestrial analog studies.
|Title||Workshop on terrestrial analogs for planetary exploration|
|Authors||Lauren A. Edgar, Amber Gullikson, M. Elise Rumpf, James Skinner|
|Series Title||Lunar and Planetary Information Bulletin|
|Record Source||USGS Publications Warehouse|
|USGS Organization||Astrogeology Science Center|