Global warming and climate forcing by recent albedo changes on Mars

@article{Fenton2007GlobalWA,
  title={Global warming and climate forcing by recent albedo changes on Mars},
  author={L. Fenton and P. Geissler and R. Haberle},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2007},
  volume={446},
  pages={646-649}
}
For hundreds of years, scientists have tracked the changing appearance of Mars, first by hand drawings and later by photographs. Because of this historical record, many classical albedo patterns have long been known to shift in appearance over time. Decadal variations of the martian surface albedo are generally attributed to removal and deposition of small amounts of relatively bright dust on the surface. Large swaths of the surface (up to 56 million km2) have been observed to darken or… Expand
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