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Janice Bishop, Senior Research Scientist and Chair of the Astrobiology group at the SETI Institute will present "Reaction of CA sulfates and chlorides in the Martian near surface to create sinkholes and debris flows"
She will additionally be honored as a Fellow of the Geological Society of America.