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Patterns of martian glacial deformation: Implications for glacio-geology, internal structure, and regional climate

Abstract : Viscous Flow Features (VFF) are widespread in the martian mid-latitudes and indicative of near-surface ice deposits. Their distribution and morphology hint at the regional history of ice deposition and ablation, as well as changes in surface temperature. Here we interrogate the deformation history of a type
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Anna Grau Galofre, Jayanth Serla, Patricio Becerra, Axel Noblet, Susan J. Conway. Patterns of martian glacial deformation: Implications for glacio-geology, internal structure, and regional climate. Planetary and Space Science, 2022, 221, pp.105548. ⟨10.1016/j.pss.2022.105548⟩. ⟨insu-03844849⟩

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