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Introduction to the Current and recent landscape evolution on Mars special issue

Abstract : The early views of Mars, derived of the Mariner and Viking missions, hinted at a surface environment that was invariably cold, extremely dry (at least in the relatively-recent past), low in atmospheric pressure and, largely, inanimate. Repeat orbital observations combined with the collection of in situ data have revealed a contrary geological facet. Mars is unrelentingly in flux, it seems, at temporal and geological scales ranging from micro- to macro- and, bi-hemispherically, at polar and non-polar latitudes.
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Richard Soare, Susan Conway, Jean-Pierre Williams. Introduction to the Current and recent landscape evolution on Mars special issue. Icarus, 2020, 342, ⟨10.1016/j.icarus.2020.113715⟩. ⟨insu-03663843⟩

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