Genady Posted March 18 Share Posted March 18 2998.PDF (usra.edu) 54th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference 2023 (LPI Contrib. No. 2806) 2998.pdf A RELICT GLACIER NEAR MARS’ EQUATOR: EVIDENCE FOR RECENT GLACIATION AND VOLCANISM IN EASTERN NOCTIS LABYRINTHUS Quote Summary: A light-toned deposit (LTD) in Eastern Noctis Labyrinthus presents distinctive morphologic characteristics of a glacier. Although the glacier is likely relict, the preservation of fine-scale glacial features opens the possibility that H2O ice might still be preserved beneath LTD material. Recent equatorial glaciation, volcanism, and volcano-ice interaction on Mars are implied. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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