Warming early Mars with CO 2 and H 2

@article{Ramirez2014WarmingEM,
  title={Warming early Mars with CO 2 and H 2},
  author={R. Ramirez and R. Kopparapu and M. Zugger and T. Robinson and R. Freedman and J. Kasting},
  journal={Nature Geoscience},
  year={2014},
  volume={7},
  pages={59-63}
}
Ancient valleys suggest a warm early Mars where liquid water flowed, but a greenhouse effect strong enough to offset a dim early Sun has been difficult to explain. Climate simulations suggest that sufficient concentrations of the greenhouse gases CO2 and H2 — outgassed during volcanic eruptions — could have warmed Mars above water’s freezing point. 
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