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Poster Session: Mars Paleohydrology & Geomorphology

Wednesday, March 15, 2023, 6:30 PM

Fastook J. L.* Head J. W.
When Does the Climate Warming “Sweet Spot” Occur as Mars Transitions from Altitude-Dependent (ADD) to Latitude-Dependent Global Temperature Distribution [#2093]
As Mars transitions from Noachian (1 bar) to Amazonian (6 mbar) an optimal climate for potential melting occurs but we must still deal with the early faint Sun.
Buczkowski D. L.* Wyrick D. Y. Seelos K. D. Viviano C. E. Seelos F. P. et al.
Observations of Her Desher and Nirgal Valles: An Integrated Geomorphic, Structural and Mineralogic Evaluation [#2351]
Analysis of the Nirgal and Her Desher Valles alteration layer is consistent with pedogenic smectites altered to hematite by structurally controlled groundwater.
Boatwright B. D.* Head J. W.
New Volume Estimates and Timing of Proglacial Lake Formation in a Noachian Closed-Source Drainage Basin Crater [#1162]
There’s a knee on Mars / Bending suddenly around / To avoid the ice.
Zhang M.* Yan Q. Xu Y. Xiao L. Zhao J. et al.
Berman D. C.* Williams R. M. E.
Geomorphic Investigations of Crater Paleolakes on Mars: Reconstructing the Aqueous Record [#2275]
On Mars, several impact craters and other topographic basins once hosted lakes. Here we identify 74 candidate crater paleolakes and investigate 9 in detail.
Wang L. Zhao J. Huang J.* Xiao X. Xiao L.
An Explosive Mud Volcano Origin for the Pitted Cones in Southern Utopia Planitia, Mars [#1132]
A research on the origin of pitted cones in the Zhurong landing region.
Natarajan V.* Kusuma K. N. Nandana D. L.
Geomorphological Study of Gullies in Penticton Crater, Mars: Evidence for Late Amazonian Latitude Dependent Mantle — CANCELED [#1184]
The morphology of the gullies present in the Penticton crater, Mars are studied, classified, and their origin is interpreted using a remote sensing approach.
Mason D. P.* Scuderi L. A.
Interweaving RSL on Mars: Do They Support a Wet Hypothesis? [#1703]
Interweaving recurring slope lineae are unstudied features in martian geomorphology. We propose that this morphology suggests an aqueous formation mechanism.
Leseigneur Y.* Vincendon M.
Assessment of Recurring Slope Lineae Activity Triggering by Wind and Dust Deposition in Hale Crater [#1522]
We study RSL activity at Hale crater with a dust removal viewpoint to assess the role of triggering by wind and dust deposits and suggest a formation scenario.
Nair A. G.* Smith I. B.
A Climate Signal in Scalloped Cliff Formations in the Outcrops of the North Pole of Mars [#2491]
Our study focuses on the outcrops of the exposed layers of the north polar troughs to identify the locations where the scalloped cliff features are associated.
Liu Y.* Zhao Y. Pan L. Ling Z. Chen L. et al.
Geological Exploration of Southern Utopia Planitia by Tianwen-1 Zhurong Rover [#2129]
We present the recent scientific results of the geological exploration of the southern Utopia Planitia by the Tianwen-1 Zhurong rover.
Rao M. N.* Nyquist L. E. Shih C. - Y. Wentworth S. J. Peng Z. X. et al.
Do Some Shergottite Impact Melts Contain Jarosite-Type Phases in Their Precursor Mineral-Assemblages? [#1701]
Some gas-rich impact melts in shergottites show evidence for the occurrence of jarosite-like phases in the precursor mineral assemblages (before shock).