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DATE

2001

AUTHORS

W. K. Hartmann , R. Kallenbach , J. Geiss , G. Turner

ABSTRACT

The articles presented in this book reflect an interaction between geochemists, geophysicists, and photogeologists, who combined their expertise to focus on the chronology and evolution of Mars. A goal of our meeting was to offset some pressures that tend to isolate these groups from each other. As a result, we hoped to provide more integrated view, revealing Mars as a planet where we have access to primordial 4.5 Gyr-old crustal material, to diverse surfaces created during major geological processing before 3 Gyr ago, probably associated with a denser atmosphere and more fluvial environment, and also to exposures of volcanism, water release, weathering, gullying, and exhumation, all operating within the last few 100 Myr. Neither Earth nor Moon offers such a long-term, complete geologic record. This is a Mars with much longer-lived and varied geological activity than many had thought two decades ago (the time of the preparation of the major Mars conference volume, from the University of Arizona Press; Kieffer et al., 1992). More... »

PAGES

461-470

Book

TITLE

Chronology and Evolution of Mars

ISBN

978-90-481-5725-9
978-94-017-1035-0

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http://dx.doi.org/10.1007/978-94-017-1035-0_18

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