Arden Radford

Earth & Environment

  • Title Earth & Environment
  • Education Wellesley College, B.A.
    Boston University, M.A.

Arden Radford is a Ph.D. student in the Department of Earth & Environment. She received a Bachelors of Art from Wellesley College in 2015 in Econometrics and Quantitative Economics, and Astronomy. Her research at Wellesley focused on remote sensing techniques for modeling and mapping impact craters on Mars. She also has a Masters of Art from Boston University in Environmental Remote Sensing and Geographic Information Systems. Her research interests at Boston University include understanding the impact of intra-urban air pollution on human and ecological health using remote sensing techniques. Arden previously managed a farm-to-table restaurant and continues to pursue this passion for food as an avid baker.


Watters WA, Hundal CB, Radford A, Collins GS, Tornabene LL. Dependence of secondary crater characteristics on downrange distance: High‐resolution morphometry and simulations. Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets. 2017 Aug;122(8):1773-800.

Check out Arden’s talk about her research at the 2021 URBAN Spring Symposium here!

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