Paleolakes of Northeast Hellas: Precipitation, Groundwater-Fed, and Fluvial Lakes in the Navua-Hadriacus-Ausonia Region, Mars.

@article{Hargitai2018PaleolakesON,
  title={Paleolakes of Northeast Hellas: Precipitation, Groundwater-Fed, and Fluvial Lakes in the Navua-Hadriacus-Ausonia Region, Mars.},
  author={Henrik I. Hargitai and Virginia C. Gulick and Natalie H. Glines},
  journal={Astrobiology},
  year={2018},
  volume={18 11},
  pages={
          1435-1459
        }
}
The slopes of northeastern Hellas Basin, Mars exhibit a wide variety of fluvial landforms. In addition to the Dao-Niger-Harmakhis-Reull Valles outflow channels, many smaller channels and valleys cut into this terrain, several of which include discontinuous sections. We have mapped these channels and channel-associated depressions to investigate potential paleolakes from the Navua Valles in the West, through the Hadriacus Mons volcano in the center, to the Ausonia Montes in the East. We have… 
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