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DATE

2001

AUTHORS

Reinald Kallenbach , Johannes Geiss , William K. Hartmann

ABSTRACT

This book reviews the most recent progress in constraining the timescales and geological processes in the evolution of Mars. It developed from a series of workshops on planetary science at the International Space Science Institute (ISSI), in Bern. The first of these meetings in February, 1999, concentrated on the interdisciplinary assessment of the astronomical, chronological, and geochemical constraints of the formation of the inner solar Esystem ~4.56 Gyr ago (Benz et al., 2000). It appeared natural to continue with a core group meeting, reviewing the knowledge on the subsequent chronology of the inner solar system until the present day on the exemplary cases of Mars and Moon. Among the terrestrial planets, Mars is unique to have undergone all planetary evolutionary steps, without global resets, till the present (Encrenaz et al., 1995; Bibring and Erard, 2001). The discussion on the “red planet” climaxed with a workshop on Chronology and Evolution of Mars in April, 2000, emphasizing communication and collaboration between the geochemical dating community, the crater chronologists, and the photogeologists. More... »

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3-6

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-1035-0_1

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