• Published 2019

A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF SORTED PATTERNED GROUND WITHIN THE HAUGHTON IMPACT STRUCTURE , DEVON ISLAND , WITH IMPLICATIONS TO MARS

@inproceedings{Andres2019AQA,
  title={A QUANTITATIVE ANALYSIS OF SORTED PATTERNED GROUND WITHIN THE HAUGHTON IMPACT STRUCTURE , DEVON ISLAND , WITH IMPLICATIONS TO MARS},
  author={C. N. Andres and Etienne Godin and G. and Robert Osiński and Matteo Zanetti and Antero Kukko},
  year={2019}
}
Introduction: Permafrost underlies 24% of the Earth’s land area and is a major control for the generation of patterned ground and other terrain anomalies that can also be found on Mars. The study area in Devon Island, located in the Canadian High Arctic (75.1982° N, 81.8512° W), is in the continuous permafrost zone where periglacial features are widespread [1]. Patterned ground, specifically sorted stone circles, are periglacial features of interest that can provide insight into past climate… CONTINUE READING