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Poster Session: Martian Wind, Rock, Ice, and Fire: Surface and Interior Processes

Thursday, March 16, 2023, 6:30 PM
Town Hall Exhibit Area

McEwen A.* Byrne S. Hanson C. HiRISE Team 
The High-Resolution Imaging Science Experiment (HiRISE) in the MRO Extended Science Phases (2009–2022) [#1395]
Orbiting Mars since 2006, MRO/HiRISE has acquired more than 77,000 25–80-cm/pixel images and has contributed to more than 1800 peer-reviewed publications.
Fawdon P.* Orgel C. Sefton-Nash E. Adeli S. Balme M. et al.
The HiRISE Scale Map of the Proposed Landing Site for the ExoMars Rosalind Franklin Rover in Oxia Planum [#2037]
The ExoMars rover science operations working group 1:25000-scale geological map of the Oxia Planum landing site.
Vescu V.* Tan X. Karunatillake S.
Classifying Landscapes and Constructing Sedimentary Successions in Elysium Planitia Using CTX and HiRISE [#2931]
We use CTX and HiRISE to map landscapes along the border of two geochemically distinct regions of Elysium Planitia and construct geologic logs using outcrops.
Labrie J.* Fueten F. Burden A. van Patter A. Flahaut J. et al.
Geological Mapping of Interior Layered Deposits Within Ophir, East Candor, and West Candor Chasmata, Valles Marineris, Mars [#1577]
We present geological maps and a general stratigraphy for ILD in Ophir, West Candor, and East Candor chasmata.
Seyglinski T. J.* Thomson B. J.
The Mechanical Strength of Rocks Encountered at Meridiani Planum, Mars [#2473]
A look at how RAT SGEs can be used to make estimates of the UCS of rock targets investigated by MER Opportunity, with implications for formational history.
Cohen-Zada A. L.* Hood D. R. Ewing R. C. Karunatillake S.
Evidence for Latitude-Dependent Changes in Boulder Clustering in the Martian Northern Lowlands [#1516]
Spatial distribution analysis of boulders in the martian northern lowlands revealed a latitudinal-dependent band where boulders tend to be more clustered.
Baranowska M.* Losiak A. Wlodarski W.
Mapping Low Elevation Mounds in Utopia Planitia, Mars [#1970]
This study shows distribution and properties of a previously not mapped features on Mars with unknown origin — low elevation mounds (LEMs).
Peterson T. P.* McKeeby B. M. Ramsey M. R.
Brightness Temperature Variations and Anisothermality of Lava Flows near Arsia Mons [#3005]
This study detects anisothermality on ancient martian lava flows near Arsia Mons using off-nadir thermal infrared THEMIS data.
Troncone B. A.* Sauceda N. Perry M. R. Russell A. T. Russell M. B. et al.
Concentric Crater Fill in the Casius Region of Mars [#1693]
We characterize concentric crater fill processes in the “Casius” quadrangle of Mars and confirm the ice-rich nature of these landforms.
Pauw L.* Wüller L. Hiesinger H.
Geologic Map of the Deuteronilus Mensae Region: Insights into the History of Mars [#2459]
Geologic map of the versatile Deuteronilus Mensae region, which represents large parts of the geologic evolutionary history of Mars.
Boyd A. R.* Seelos K. D. Seelos F. P.
Mineralogy of Intercrater and Intracrater Plains in Tyrrhena Terra, Mars: A Case Study [#2612]
Crater near Hellas / Mineralogic mapping / Plains spectral data.
Tornabene L. L.* Osinski G. R. Altieri F. Bontognali T. R. R. Caudill C. M. et al.
LCP-Bearing Rocks Within the Oxia Planum Landing Site: Possible Early Crustal and ALH84001 Analogous Materials for In Situ Investigation by the ExoMars Rover [#2727]
Detection of relatively unaltered low-Ca pyroxene-bearing rocks that lie exposed just beyond the landing ellipse and underlies the Oxia clay-bearing unit.
Wueller L.* Pauw L. Hiesinger H.
Geologic Mapping of an Area NW of Ismenius Cavus, Deuteronilus Mensae, Mars [#1475]
We present a geologic map of a geologically complex area in the transitional zone between northern Arabia Terra and the Deuteronilus Mensae region.
Bickel V. T.* Thomas N. Pommerol A. Read M. Valantinas A. et al.
Exploring CaSSIS with Machine Learning — The Search for Chloride Deposits on Mars [#1478]
We train and use a neural network to identify very small (~100 m) to very large (>3 km) chloride deposits in CaSSIS color images of Mars.
Frueh T.* Hauber E. Adeli S. Tirsch D. Nass A. et al.
The Fluvial and Water-Rich History of Northern Xanthe Terra: A Reference for the Exomars Landing Site [#1440]
We produced a geomorphological map of a study area in northern Xanthe Terra, which shares several characteristics with the ExoMars Rover landing site.