Curriculum Vitae John Fraser Mustard Professor of Earth, Environmental and Planetary Sciences and Environment and Society Education B.Sc. M.Sc. Ph.D. Geological Sciences (Honors), May 1983, University of British Columbia, Vancouver, B.C. CANADA Geological Sciences, May 1986, Brown University, Providence RI. Geological Sciences, May 1990, Brown University, Providence RI. Professional Appointments 7/2007-present 7/2000-6/2007 7/1998-6/2000 7/1996-6/1998 7/1991-6/1996 1/1990-6/1991 Professor of Geological Sciences and Professor of Environmental Studies, Brown University Associate Professor of Geological Sciences and Associate Professor of Environmental Studies, Brown University Steven Robert Assistant Professor, Assistant Professor of Geological Sciences, Brown University Assistant Professor, Department of Geological Sciences, Brown University Assistant Professor for Research, Department of Geological Sciences, Brown University Post-doctoral research associate in the Department of Geological Sciences at Brown University Completed Research and Scholarship Edited Book Gutman G., C. Justice, D. Skole, R. Rindfuss, J. Mustard, W. Turner, T. Janetos, and E. Moran (eds) Land Change Science: Observing, Monitoring, and Understanding Trajectories of Change on the Earth's Surface Kluwer Netherlands (2004). Book Chapters Mustard, J.F. and T. D. Glotch, Chapter 2: Theory of Reflectance and Emittance Spectroscopy of Geologic Materials in the Visible and Infrared Regions, in Remote Compositional Analysis: Techniques for Understanding Spectroscopy, Mineralogy, and Geochemistry of Planetary Surfaces, Janice L. Bishop, Jeffrey Moersch and James F. Bell, III (eds)., Cambridge University Press (2019) Mustard, J. F., Sequestration of Volatiles in the Martian Crust Through Hydrated Minerals: A Significant Planetary Reservoir of Water, in Volatiles in the Martian Crust (Filibert, J. and S. Schwenzer eds). (2018) Mustard, J. F., R. Defries, T. Fisher and E. Moran, Land Use and Land Cover Change Pathways and Impacts. Chapter 26 in Gutman G. et al (eds) Land Change Science: Observing, Monitoring, and Understanding Trajectories of Change on the Earth's Surface Kluwer Netherlands (2004). Mustard, J. F. and T. Fisher, Land Use and Land Cover Change and Hydrology. Chapter 15 in Gutman G. et al (eds) Land Change Science: Observing, Monitoring, and Understanding Trajectories of Change on the Earth's Surface Kluwier Netherlands (2004). Mustard, J. F., and J. M. Sunshine, Spectral Analysis for Earth Science: Investigations Using Remote Sensing Data, in Remote Sensing for the Earth Sciences, Manual of Remote Sensing 3 rd Ed. Vol. 3, (Andrew Rencz, Editor), J. Wiley and Sons Inc., New York, Chapter 5, pg. 251-307, 1999. John F. Mustard -1- 1/31/2020 Pieters, C. M., J. F. Mustard, J. M. Sunshine, Quantitative mineral analyses of planetary surfaces using reflectance spectroscopy, in Mineral Spectroscopy: A tribute to Roger G. Burns, (M. D. Dyar, C. McCammon, and M. W. Schaefer, eds.), The Geochemical Society, Houston TX, pp. 307-326, 1996. Refereed Publications Submitted 2021___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tarnas, J. D., J. F. Mustard, X. Wu, E. Das, K. Cannon, C. Hundal, A. Pascuzzo, J. Kellner and M. Parente, Spectroscopy, (2020) Spectroscopy, factor analysis, target transformation, target detection, Mars, Icarus (in review) Xing Wu, Xia Zhang *, John Mustard, Jesse Tarnas, Honglei Lin, Yang Liu Joint Hapke (2021) Model and Spatial Adaptive Sparse Representation with Iterative Background Purification for Martian Serpentine Detection (in review) Published 2021___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tarnas, J. D., Mustard, J. F., Sherwood Lollar, B., V. Stamenković V., K.M. Cannon, K. M., Lorand J. P., T.C. Onstott, T. C., Michalski, J. R., Warr, O., Palumbo. A., and A.-C. Plesa, 2020, Earth-like habitable environments in the subsurface of Mars (in press) Astrobiology 2020___________________________________________________________________________________________________________ Tarnas, J. D., Mustard, J. F., Lollar, B. S., Bramble, M. S., Cannon, K. M., Palumbo, A. M., & Plesa, A. C. 2020. Radiolytic H2 production on Noachian Mars: Implications for habitability and atmospheric warming. [Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 502 (2018) 133–145]. Earth and Planetary Science Letters, 530, 115983 doi: 10.1016/j.epsl.2019.

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