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Water-of-Hydration Near-IR Bands on Mars: Distinguishing Between the Effects of Hydration State and Surface Texture using OMEGA and TES Datasets

Abstract : We analyze the origins of the 3 µm water-of-hydration band strength spatial variations on the martian surface to discriminate the effects of albedo, particle size and hydration state variations.
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Antoine Pommerol, Bernard Schmitt, The Omega Team. Water-of-Hydration Near-IR Bands on Mars: Distinguishing Between the Effects of Hydration State and Surface Texture using OMEGA and TES Datasets. 39th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, Mar 2008, League City, Texas, United States. pp.1861. ⟨insu-00361641⟩

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