Venus Volcanism: Initial Analysis from Magellan Data

@article{Head1991VenusVI,
  title={Venus Volcanism: Initial Analysis from Magellan Data},
  author={J. Head and D. Campbell and C. Elachi and J. Guest and D. McKenzie and R. Saunders and G. Schaber and G. Schubert},
  journal={Science},
  year={1991},
  volume={252},
  pages={276 - 288}
}
Magellan images confirm that volcanism is widespread and has been fimdamentally important in the formation and evolution of the crust of Venus. High-resolution imaging data reveal evidence for intrusion (dike formation and cryptodomes) and extrusion (a wide range of lava flows). Also observed are thousands of small shield volcanoes, larger edifices up to several hundred kilometers in diameter, massive outpourings of lavas, and local pyroclastic deposits. Although most features are consistent… Expand
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