Duncan works on the ice sheets of Antarctica and also on the exploration of Jupiter’s moon, Europa. Recent work focuses on the search for ancient ice in East Antarctica’s ice sheet, the geological controls on the evolving West Antarctic sheet, as well as the great subglacial basins of East Antarctica. Duncan is also a member of the instrument science team for REASON, an ice penetrating radar for NASA’s Europa Clipper mission.
radioglaciology, airborne geophysics, planetary geophysics
Ph.D., Geology, Southern Methodist University
B.S., Geological Sciences, University of Canterbury, New Zealand