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THE ARCHED GRABEN OF VENUSIAN CORONA-NOVAE

@inproceedings{Kostama2003THEAG,
  title={THE ARCHED GRABEN OF VENUSIAN CORONA-NOVAE},
  author={V. Kostama and M. Aittola},
  year={2003}
}
  • V. Kostama, M. Aittola
  • Published 2003
  • Geology
  • Introduction: Coronae and novae are two types of Venusian volcano-tectonic structures. Half of the Venusian novae are located within coronae [1]. In general, the novae have been interpreted to represent the initial stage of the corona evolution [2, 3, 4] and therefore are hypothesized to predate the corona rim structure [5, 6]. However, the recent studies show that the majority of the novae, which are located in the inner part of the coronae, seem to postdate the corona formation [7]. The… CONTINUE READING
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