Mitigation of environmental extremes as a possible indicator of extended habitat sustainability for lakes on early Mars

@inproceedings{Cabrol2007MitigationOE,
  title={Mitigation of environmental extremes as a possible indicator of extended habitat sustainability for lakes on early Mars},
  author={N. Cabrol and E. Grin and A. Hock},
  booktitle={SPIE Optical Engineering + Applications},
  year={2007}
}
The impact of individual extremes on life, such as UV radiation (UVR), temperatures, and salinity is well documented. However, their combined effect in nature is not well-understood while it is a fundamental issue controlling the evolution of habitat sustainability within individual bodies of water. Environmental variables combine in the Bolivian Altiplano to produce some of the highest, least explored and most poorly understood lakes on Earth. Their physical environment of thin atmosphere… Expand

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