Exchange between the Atmosphere and the Regolith of Mars : Discussion of Oxygen and Sulfur Isotope Evidence

@inproceedings{FergusonExchangeBT,
  title={Exchange between the Atmosphere and the Regolith of Mars : Discussion of Oxygen and Sulfur Isotope Evidence},
  author={Kurt M. Ferguson and Robert S. Gregory}
}
Introduction: Mass-independent fractionations for oxygen isotopes and sulfur isotopes between secondary phases and primary igneous phases in SNC meteorites have been interpreted to reflect a difference between surface and deep oxygen and sulfur reservoirs on Mars [1-6]. Several hypotheses have been proposed to explain this observation such as fractionation… CONTINUE READING