Pitted cones and domes on Mars: Observations in Acidalia Planitia and Cydonia Mensae using MOC, THEMIS, and TES data

@article{Farrand2005PittedCA,
  title={Pitted cones and domes on Mars: Observations in Acidalia Planitia and Cydonia Mensae using MOC, THEMIS, and TES data},
  author={W. Farrand and L. Gaddis and L. Keszthelyi},
  journal={Journal of Geophysical Research},
  year={2005},
  volume={110},
  pages={1-14}
}
  • W. Farrand, L. Gaddis, L. Keszthelyi
  • Published 2005
  • Geology
  • Journal of Geophysical Research
  • [1] Domes and cones with summit pits located in Acidalia Planitia and Cydonia Mensae were studied using MOC and THEMIS images and a TES-derived thermal inertia map. North of 40.5°N latitude, the features have a dome-like morphology, and south of that latitude, the morphology is more cone-like. Layering is apparent in the summit craters of fresher looking southern cones, and asymmetric aprons were observed in some instances. Some of the northern domes also display layering in their summit… CONTINUE READING

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