References for the Workshop
Catalyst Session #1: Sedimentary Processes on Mars
From Ron Greeley:
- Greeley, R. et al., 2006, Gusev crater: wind-related features and processes observed by the Mars Exploration Rover, Spirit: J. Geophys. Res., vol 111, E02S09, doi:10.1029/2005JE002491.
- Greeley, R. et al., 1992, Martian aeolian processes, sediments, and features, in Kieffer, H. H., et al., eds., Mars: Tucson, Univ. Arizona Press, p. 730-766.
From Margie Chan:
- Squyres, S.W. et al., 2004, In situ evidence for an ancient aqueous environment at Meridiani Planum, Mars: Science, v. 306, no. 5702, p. 1709-1714.
- Bell, J.F. et al., 2004, Pancam multispectral imaging results from the Opportunity Rover at Meridiani Planum: Science, v. 306, no. 5702, p. 1703-1709.
- Chan, M. A., Beitler Bowen, B., Parry, W. T., Ormo, J. and Komatsu, G., 2005, Red rock and red planet diagenesis: comparisons of Earth and Mars concretions: GSA Today, v. 15, no.8, p. 4-10.
From Brian Hynek:
- Hynek, Brian M. and Phillips, Roger J., 2003, New data reveal mature, integrated drainage systems on Mars indicative of past precipitation: Geology, v. 31, no. 9, p. 757-760.
- Jakosky, Bruce M. and Phillips, Roger J., 2001, Mars' volatile and climate history: Nature, v. 412, p. 237-244.
From Phil Christensen:
- Christensen, P.R., and S.W. Ruff, 2004, The formation of the hematite-bearing unit in Meridiani Planum: Evidence for deposition in standing water: J. Geophys. Res., 109, E08003, doi:10.1029/2003JE002233.
- Christensen, P.R., H.Y. McSween, Jr., J.L. Bandfield, S.W. Ruff, A.D. Rogers, V.E. Hamilton, N. Gorelick, M.B. Wyatt, B.M. Jakosky, H.H. Kieffer, M.C. Malin, and J.E. Moersch, 2005, Evidence for igneous diversity and magmatic evolution on Mars from infrared spectral observations: Nature, v. 436, p. 504-509.
From Jeff Moersch: you will receive hard copy in the mail.Catalyst Session #4: Volcanoes, structural geology, and tectonics on Mars
From Trent Hare:
From Eric Grosfils:
- Okubo, C.H., and R.A. Schultz, 2004, Mechanical stratigraphy in the western equatorial region of Mars based on thrust fault-related fold topography and implications for near-surface volatile reservoirs: Geological Society of America Bulletin, v. 116, p. 594-605.
- Schultz, R.A., J.M. Moore, E.B. Grosfils, K.L. Tanaka, and D. Mege, in press, The Canyonlands Model for Planetary Grabens: Revised Physical Basis and Implications, in Chapman, M.G. and Skilling, I.P., The Geology of Mars: Evidence from Earth-Based Analogues: Cambridge University Press.This piece is not yet in print, and the authors have kindly agreed to allow us to distribute a pre-print to workshop participants.
From Tracy Gregg and Susan Sakimoto:
- Zuber, M.T., 2001, The crust and mantle of Mars, Nature 412:220 - 227. [This is a very general article that covers more than just volcanology, but is a great background.
- Hauber, E. and others, 2005, Discovery of a flank caldera and very young glacial activity at Hecates Tholus, Mars, Nature 434:356-361.
- Glaze, Lori S., Baloga, Stephen M., Volcanic plume heights on Mars; limits of validity for convective models, Journal of Geophysical Research, E, Planets , 107 (10), p. 11, 2002.
- Baloga, Stephen M., Mouginis-Mark, Peter J., Glaze, Lori S., Rheology of a long lava flow at Pavonis Mons, Mars, Journal of Geophysical Research, E, Planets, 108 (7), p. 10, 2003.
- Mustard, J.F. and others, 2005, Olivine and pyroxene diversity in the crust of Mars, Science 307(5715):1594-1597.