Recently I attended the 8th Meeting of the Planetary Crater Consortium in Flagstaff, AZ. I presented my latest research in this fairly informal setting (questions from the audience are encouraged during presentations), and received some extremely valuable feedback. You can see the abstracts from the meeting here . I also presented a poster about using JMARS for impact crater analysis. I don'y want to just repeat everything that is on the poster, so here is a small version (and you can also click here to get to a larger one): Not familiar with JMARS? It is a free, open-source planetary GIS tool that can be downloaded from jmars.asu.edu! It suns on MacOS, Windows, and Linux.