Accumulation and erosion of south polar layered deposits in the Promethei Lingula region, Planum Australe, Mars

@inproceedings{Kolb2006AccumulationAE,
  title={Accumulation and erosion of south polar layered deposits in the Promethei Lingula region, Planum Australe, Mars},
  author={Eric J. Kolb and Kenneth L. Tanaka},
  year={2006}
}
  • Eric J. Kolb, Kenneth L. Tanaka
  • Published 2006
  • Geology
  • Background: Promethei Lingula, a part of Mars’ south polar plateau, Planum Australe, is made up of south polar layered deposits (SPLD) and includes three broad, deep canyons trending perpendicular to the plateau margin and several spiral troughs concentric to the plateau. Two of the canyons, Promethei and Ultimum Chasmata, expose substrate beneath SPLD, and the other canyon displays a variety of erosional landforms within SPLD, including curvilinear, longitudinal grooves (Australe 

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