Davitia James was awarded a 2019 Lunar and Planetary Institute Young Career Award in conjunction with the 50th annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference in The Woodlands, Texas.

Sixteen awards were given to the best and brightest NASA - and European Space Agency -funded graduate students from around the world, selected from a pool of nearly 200 applicants.

Davitia also presented a paper entitled “Using structure from motion and high-resolution digital elevation models to investigate the relationships between emplacement history and lava surface roughness: Hawaii, California and Mars”.  

Davita James presenting at the Lunar and Planetary Science Conference