Supervolcanoes within an ancient volcanic province in Arabia Terra, Mars

@article{Michalski2013SupervolcanoesWA,
  title={Supervolcanoes within an ancient volcanic province in Arabia Terra, Mars},
  author={Joseph R. Michalski and Jacob E. Bleacher},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2013},
  volume={502},
  pages={47-52}
}
Several irregularly shaped craters located within Arabia Terra, Mars, represent a new type of highland volcanic construct and together constitute a previously unrecognized Martian igneous province. Similar to terrestrial supervolcanoes, these low-relief paterae possess a range of geomorphic features related to structural collapse, effusive volcanism and explosive eruptions. Extruded lavas contributed to the formation of enigmatic highland ridged plains in Arabia Terra. Outgassed sulphur and… 
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