Towards a general scenario for spring sublimation of volatiles in the South Polar Regions of Mars: insights from MRO high-resolution observations by HiRISE and CRISM

Abstract

The sublimation of the seasonal deposits of volatiles during Martian spring results in strong temporal variations of the appearance of the southern Polar Regions terrains. The intense dust and CO2 jet-like activity [1] is the most spectacular manifestation of these processes. The high …

Publication
38th COSPAR Scientific Assembly
Michael Aye
Michael Aye
Research Scientist in Planetary Science

My research interests include remote sensing of surfaces, related machine learning studies and open source software.

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