Anne Verbiscer, Associate Research Professor

Phone: (434) 924-4899
Fax: (434) 924-3104
Office: 210 Astronomy Building
   Department of Astronomy
   PO Box 400325
   Charlottesville, VA 22904-4325


Curriculum Vitae
Ph.D., Cornell University
Research Scientist, University of Virginia

Research Interests
Photometric properties of planetary ices
Saturn's Satellites at Opposition 13 January 2005

Lecture Notes
EVSC 488/ ASTR 351

Ms. Verbiscer studies icy surfaces in the outer Solar System.

Selected Recent Papers and Preprints

Enceladus: Cosmic Graffiti Artist Caught in the Act., A. Verbiscer, R. French, M. Showalter, and P. Helfenstein 2007. Science 315, 815.

Near-infrared Spectra of the Leading and Trailing Hemispheres of Enceladus, A. Verbiscer et al. 2006. Icarus 182, 211-213.

The opposition surge of Enceladus: HST observations 338-1022 nm, A. Verbiscer, R. French, and C. McGhee 2005, Icarus 173, p. 66

Re-Analysis of the Solar Phase Curves of the Icy Galilean Satellites, D. Domingue, A. Verbiscer 1997, Icarus, 128, p. 49

Interpretation of the IAU two-parameter magnitude system for asteroids in terms of Hapke photometric theory, A. Verbiscer, J. Veverka 1995, Icarus, 115, p. 369

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