Geochemistry of Carbonates on Mars: Implications for Climate History and Nature of Aqueous Environments

@inproceedings{Niles2013GeochemistryOC,
  title={Geochemistry of Carbonates on Mars: Implications for Climate History and Nature of Aqueous Environments},
  author={Paul B. Niles and David C. Catling and Gilles Berger and Eric Chassefiere and Bethany and Bethany L. Ehlmann and Joseph Ryan Michalski and Richard Morris and Steven W. Ruff and Brad Sutter},
  year={2013}
}
Ongoing research on martian meteorites and a new set of observations of carbonate minerals provided by an unprecedented series of robotic missions to Mars in the past 15 years help define new constraints on the history of martian climate with important crossP.B. Niles ( ) · R. Morris Astromaterials Research and Exploration Science, NASA Johnson Space Center, Houston, TX 75080, USA e-mail: Paul.b.niles@nasa.gov D.C. Catling Department of Earth and Space Sciences/Astrobiology Program, University… CONTINUE READING
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