Global stratigraphy of Venus: analysis of a random

@article{Basilevsky1994GlobalSO,
  title={Global stratigraphy of Venus: analysis of a random},
  author={Alexander T. Basilevsky and James W. Head},
  journal={Earth, Moon, and Planets},
  year={1994},
  volume={66},
  pages={285-336}
}
The age relations between 36 impact craters with dark paraboloids and other geologic units and structures at these localities have been studied through photogeologic analysis of Magellan SAR images of the surface of Venus. Geologic settings in all 36 sites, about 1000 × 1000 km each, could be characterized using only 10 different terrain units and six types of structures. These units and structures form a major stratigraphic and geologic sequence (from oldest to youngest): 1) tessera terrain; 2… 
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