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Peter H. Schultz
 
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Institution: Brown University
Role: Cratering Experiments
Website: http://www.geo.brown.edu/geopeople/faculty/Schultz/
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Address: Department of Geological Sciences, Brown University
324 Brook Street, Box 1846
Providence, RI 02912-1846
Bio: Dr. Schultz, Professor at Brown University, specializes in planetary geology and impact cratering. For the Deep Impact mission, he is conducting cratering experiments in the laboratory. In addition, he is responsible for the analysis of the imaging and emission spectroscopy of the cratering process and crater to better define the material properties of the comet.

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