Slope streaks in the Antarctic Dry Valleys : Characteristics , candidate formation mechanisms , and implications for slope streak formation in the Martian environment

@inproceedings{Head2007SlopeSI,
  title={Slope streaks in the Antarctic Dry Valleys : Characteristics , candidate formation mechanisms , and implications for slope streak formation in the Martian environment},
  author={James W. Head and David R. Marchant and James Langley Dickson and J. S. Levy and Gareth A. Morgan},
  year={2007}
}
Figure 2. Slope Streaks in the ADV; Left: digitate streaks, image width 220 m; Right: parallel streaks and effect of local topography at lower left; image width 260 m. Slope is 20-30, top to bottom. Slope streaks in the Antarctic Dry Valleys: Characteristics, candidate formation mechanisms, and implications for slope streak formation in the Martian environment J. W. Head, D. R. Marchant, J. L. Dickson, J. S. Levy and G. A. Morgan 
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