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J. W. Daniels, MSc

One of Dr. Neish's new "friends."

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Masters thesis

Weeeeeeeeeee Are The Champions…!

I came.  I defended.  I passed. And so did the other Neishlings defending their Masters this year.  Yay!  (Of course, in hindsight, there never was really any doubt...!) Now, it's time to make revisions and submit the best possible final... Continue Reading →

Computers can’t always let us have nice things…

When you're almost done processing imagery and stuff, and the only computer you can do your data-processing work on decides not to cooperate prior to your defense.... So here I am trying to download the MESSENGER MDIS LOI mosaic map... Continue Reading →

Final Figures?

In anticipation of having to submit my Masters Thesis for review by Canada's 151st birthday, I've been working to finish up the Thesis itself as well as the two results figures my work has been geared to create over the... Continue Reading →

Crunch-time hodge-podge.

Kind-of a long time coming, but EDRNAC images have been incorporated into the unnamed crater files in QGIS and, in places, shapefiles have been redrawn to accommodate the higher resolution data. Here are two such craters, with the greatest and... Continue Reading →

Almost literally blown away

Now that the Mercury meeting is over and done with, and I'm back home safe and sound, let's post on some of the highlights this past week. Once again, I did a poster presentation.  Abstract:  https://www.hou.usra.edu/meetings/mercury2018/pdf/6018.pdf I also was made aware... Continue Reading →

Update in the FranXX

One conference down, one more to go.... The "Mercury Conference" is this May 1-3, and unlike with LPSC I'm gonna be all alone on this one; Dr. Neish will be at the Dragonfly conference (?) nearby, at around the same... Continue Reading →

Not much of an update….

Been busy marking essays.... Also, Reading Week last week! Also, I've been composing a draft of my Thesis' introduction. *********** My spiceinit-ing is finished for my unnamed craters still requiring MDIS swatches, though.  Very soon, I'll have completed QGIS files... Continue Reading →

Spiceinit Wolf

Bad "Spice and Wolf" pun.... Not much to report this week...; I've been getting myself back into the hang of using the mdis2isis >> spiceinit >> mdiscal >> cam2map procedure I used back last summertime, now for craters I missed... Continue Reading →

Update: An abstract + good figures.

LPSC 2018 is coming in March, which I am planning on attending regardless of whether my submitted abstract gets accepted or not.  Looking forward to it, either way! My crater catalog has been scrutinized and four craters so far have... Continue Reading →

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