Fluvial network analysis on Titan : Evidence for subsurface structures and west-to-east wind flow , southwestern Xanadu

@inproceedings{Burr2009FluvialNA,
  title={Fluvial network analysis on Titan : Evidence for subsurface structures and west-to-east wind flow , southwestern Xanadu},
  author={Devon M. Burr and Robert Dahl Jacobsen and D. Roth and Cynthia B. Phillips and Karl Mitchell and Donna Viola},
  year={2009}
}
[1] Data of Titan’s surface from the Cassini-Huygens mission show inferred fluvial networks interpreted as products of liquid alkane flow. Using synthetic aperture radar (SAR) data, we delineated drainage networks, measured network parameters, and used these measurements in a simplified algorithm for classifying terrestrial drainage patterns. The results show a variety of patterns, indicating that a variety of factors control fluvial drainage on Titan. Drainage network patterns in southwestern… CONTINUE READING

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