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Mark Boslough received his Ph.D. in applied physics, with studies in geophysics, from Caltech in 1983. He joined Sandia National Laboratories where he was an experimental and computational physicist. He departed Sandia in 2017 and joined Los Alamos National Laboratory. His impact research is focused on computational modeling of airbursts, their physical effects, and their contribution to the NEO risk. He participated in documentary field expeditions to airburst sites including the Libyan Desert of Egypt in 2006, Tunguska in 2008, and Chelyabinsk in 2013. He served on the asteroid mitigation panel for the National Research Council, and coauthored the report “Defending Planet Earth” that was delivered to Congress in 2010.
Email Mark at mbeb (at) unm (dot) edu
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