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Ms Annie Lennox

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Professional biography

I am a doctoral researcher and member of the Planetary Environments Research Group in the School of Physical Sciences at the Open University. My project involves producing a 1:3M geological map of Mercury's south polar (Bach) quadrangle, H15. I am also researching lobate ejecta deposits of H15 and global occurances of small-scale, smooth patches that may represent Mercury's youngest effusive volcanism. My background is in terrestrial geology, geological mapping and metamorphic geology. 
Supervisory team: Professor David Rothery (lead), Dr Matthew Balme, Dr Susan Conway, Dr Jack Wright.

Impact and engagement


Change is needed to diversify space science — and it starts with a name (2024-01)
Lennox, A. R.
Nature Astronomy, 8(4)

Geology of the Neruda quadrangle (H13), Mercury (2023-09-14)
Man, Benjamin; Rothery, David A.; Balme, Matthew R.; Conway, Susan J.; Wright, Jack; Pegg, David L.; Lennox, Annie R. and Buoninfante, Salvatore
Journal of Maps, 19, Article 2256353(1)

A review of diversity in space science nomenclature: Issues of Power (2023)
Lennox, Annie
Postgraduate Research Poster Competition, The Open University