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Glacier Changes in Southeast Alaska and Northwest British Columbia and Contribution to Sea Level Rise
[1] The digital elevation model (DEM) from the 2000 Shuttle Radar Topography Mission (SRTM) was differenced from a composite DEM based on air photos dating from 1948 to 1987 to determine glacierExpand
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Formation of cycloidal features on Europa.
Cycloidal patterns are widely distributed on the surface of Jupiter's moon Europa. Tensile cracks may have developed such a pattern in response to diurnal variations in tidal stress in Europa's outerExpand
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Ultrahigh resolution topographic mapping of Mars with MRO HiRISE stereo images: Meter‐scale slopes of candidate Phoenix landing sites
[1] The objectives of this paper are twofold: first, to report our estimates of the meter-to-decameter-scale topography and slopes of candidate landing sites for the Phoenix mission, based onExpand
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Tectonic Processes on Europa: Tidal Stresses, Mechanical Response, and Visible Features
Abstract Europa's orbital eccentricity, driven by the resonance with Io and Ganymede, results in “diurnal” tides (3.5-day period) and possibly in nonsynchronous rotation. Both diurnal variation andExpand
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Evidence for a subsurface ocean on Europa
Ground-based spectroscopy of Jupiter's moon Europa, combined with gravity data, suggests that the satellite has an icy crust roughly 150 km thick and a rocky interior. In addition, images obtained byExpand
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Strike-slip faults on Europa: Global shear patterns driven by tidal stress
Abstract Diurnal tides due to orbital eccentricity may drive strike–slip motion on Europa through a process of “walking” in which faults open and close out of phase with alternate right- andExpand
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The canyon system on Mars
Individual Martian equatorial troughs are described, and their stratigraphy, geomorphology and structure are discussed. Possible origins and the overall sequence of events are addressed. Wall rock,Expand
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Active Volcanism on Io as Seen by Galileo SSI
Abstract Active volcanism on Io has been monitored during the nominal Galileo satellite tour from mid 1996 through late 1997. The Solid State Imaging (SSI) experiment was able to observe manyExpand
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Chaos on Europa
The characteristics of chaos regions on Europa suggest they may be sites of melt-through from below. They are wide ranging in size, location, and age. The largest are hundreds of kilometers across.Expand
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Global Color Variations on Io
Abstract Visible and near-infrared images of Io from the Galileo spacecraft reveal a surface more colorful than previously thought. Red, yellow, green, white, and black hues decorate the satellite,Expand
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