Hydration state of the Martian surface as seen by Mars Express OMEGA : 2 . H 2 O content of the surface

@inproceedings{Milliken2007HydrationSO,
  title={Hydration state of the Martian surface as seen by Mars Express OMEGA : 2 . H 2 O content of the surface},
  author={Ralph E. Milliken and John F. Mustard and F. Poulet and Denis Jouglet and J Bibring and B. Gondet and Y. Langevin},
  year={2007}
}
[1] Visible-near infrared reflectance spectra acquired by the Mars Express Observatoire pour la Minéralogie, l’Eau, les Glaces et l’Activité (OMEGA) spectrometer are used to estimate the absolute water content within the uppermost fraction of the Martian regolith. This upper surface layer represents the boundary between the regolith and atmosphere; thus the amount of water stored in these two reservoirs and at this boundary is expected to vary spatially and temporally with changing equilibrium… CONTINUE READING
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