Professor Rogers uses remote sensing techniques, statistical methods, laboratory spectroscopy and thermal modeling to investigate a wide range of planetary surface processes. A detailed description of her research interests and activities may be found here. Rogers manages the Earth and Planetary Remote Sensing Laboratory within the Stony Brook Center for Planetary Exploration.
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Rogers, A. D., N. H. Warner, M. P. Golombek, J. W. Head III, and *J. C. Cowart (2018). Areally extensive surface bedrock exposures on Mars: Many are clastic rocks, not lavas. Geophysical Research Letters, 45, https://doi.org/10.1002/2018GL077030
Sklute, E. C., A. D. Rogers, *J. C. Gregerson, H. B. Jensen, R. J. Reeder, and M. D. Dyar (2018), Amorphous salts formed from rapid dehydration of multicomponent chloride and ferric sulfate brines: Implications for Mars, Icarus, 302, 285-295.
*Yant, M. H., K, E. Young, A. D. Rogers, A. C. McAdam, J. E. Bleacher, J. L. Bishop, and S. A. Mertzman (2018), Visible, Near-Infrared and Mid-Infrared Spectral Characterization of Hawaiian Fumarolic Alteration near Kilauea's December 1974 Flow: Implications for Spectral Discrimination of Alteration Environments on Mars, American Mineralogist, 103, 11-25.
*Pan, C., A. D. Rogers, and M. T. Thorpe (2015), Quantitative Compositional Analysis of Sedimentary Materials Using Thermal Emission Spectroscopy: 2. Application to Compacted Fine-grained Mineral Mixtures and Assessment of Applicability of Partial Least Squares (PLS) Methods, J. Geophys. Res.—Planets, 120, 1984–2001, doi:10.1002/2015JE004881, 2015.
*Thorpe, M. T.,A. D. Rogers, T. F. Bristow, C. Pan (2015), Quantitative Compositional Analysis of Sedimentary
Materials Using Thermal Emission Spectroscopy: 1. Application to Sedimentary Rocks,
J. Geophys. Res. Planets, 120, doi:10.1002/2015JE004863.
*Tamborski, J.J.,Rogers, A.D., Bokuniewicz, H.J., Cochran, J.K., Young, C.R. (2015), Identification and quantification of diffuse fresh submarine groundwater discharge via airborne thermal infrared remote sensing, Remote Sensing of Environment, http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.rse.2015.10.010.
*Sklute, E. C., H. Jensen, A. D. Rogers, and R. J. Reeder (2015), Morphological, Structural, and Spectral Characteristics of Amorphous Iron Sulfates, JGR-Planets, DOI: 10.1002/2014JE004784.
*Pan, C., A. D. Rogers, and J. R. Michalski (2015), Thermal and Near-Infrared Analyses of Central Uplifts of Martian Impact Craters: Evidence for a Heterogeneous Martian Crust, JGR-Planets, DOI: 10.1002/2014JE004676.
Rogers, A. D. and V. E. Hamilton (2105), Compositional Provinces of Mars from Statistical Analyses of TES, GRS, OMEGA and CRISM Data, JGR-Planets, 120, 62-91, doi:10.1002/2014JE004690.
Rogers, A.D. and A. H. Nazarian*(2013), Evidence for Noachian flood volcanism in Noachis Terra, Mars and the possible role of Hellas impact basin tectonics, Journal of Geophysical Research—Planets, Vol. 118, p.1-20, doi:10.1002/jgre.20083.
Rogers, A. D., and R. L. Fergason (2011), Regional-Scale Stratigraphy of Surface Units in Tyrrhena and Iapygia Terrae, Mars: Insights Into Highland Crustal Evolution and Alteration History, J. Geophys. Res., doi:10.1029/2010JE003772.
Rogers, A. D. (2011) Crustal Compositions Exposed By Impact Craters in the Tyrrhena Terra Region of Mars: Considerations for Noachian Environments, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 301, 353-364, 10.1016/j.epsl.2010.11.020.
Rogers, A. D. and J. L. Bandfield (2009), Mineralogical Characterization of Mars Science Laboratory Candidate Landing Sites from THEMIS and TES Data, Icarus, 203, 10.1016/j.icarus.2009.04.020.
Rogers, A. D., O. Aharonson, and J. L. Bandfield, Geologic context of in situ rocky exposures in Mare Serpentis, Mars: Implications for crust and regolith evolution in the cratered highlands, Icarus, 200, 446-462, 2009.
Rogers, A. D. and O. Aharonson, Mineralogical composition of sands in Meridiani Planum from MER data and comparison to orbital measurements, J. Geophys. Res.—Planets, 113, E06S14, doi:10.1029/2007JE002995, 2008.
Rogers, A. D., and P. R. Christensen, Surface mineralogy of martian low-albedo regions from MGS-TES data: Implications for crustal evolution and surface alteration, J. Geophys. Res.—Planets, 112, E01003, doi: 10.1029/2006JE002727, 2007.