The Volcanoes of Mars

The Volcanoes of Mars
Author: James R. Zimbelman,David A. Crown,Peter J. Mouginis-Mark,Tracy K. P. Gregg
Publsiher: Elsevier
Total Pages: 260
Release: 2020-12-05
ISBN 10: 0128228776
ISBN 13: 9780128228777
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Volcanoes of Mars Book Review:

The Volcanoes of Mars offers a clear, cohesive summary of Mars volcanology. It begins with an introduction to the geology and geography of the red planet and an overview of its volcanic history, and continues to discuss each distinct volcanic province, identifying the common and unique aspects of each region. Incorporating basic volcanological information and constraints on the regional geologic history derived from geologic mapping, the book also examines current constraints on the composition of the volcanic rocks as investigated by both orbiting spacecraft and rovers. In addition, it compares the features of Martian volcanoes to those seen on other volcanic bodies. Concluding with prospects for new knowledge to be gained from future Mars missions, this book brings researchers in volcanology and the study of Mars up to date on the latest findings in the study of volcanoes on Mars, allowing the reader to compare and contrast Martian volcanoes to volcanoes studied on Earth and throughout the Solar System. Presents clearly organized text and figures that will quickly allow the reader to find specific aspects of Martian volcanism Includes definitions of geological and volcanological terms throughout to aid interdisciplinary understanding Summarizes key results for each volcanic region of Mars and provides copious citations to the research literature to facilitate further discovery Synthesizes the most current data from multiple spacecraft missions, including the Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter, as well as geochemical data from Martian meteorites Utilizes published geologic mapping results to highlight the detailed knowledge that exists for each region

Mars A Volcanic World

Mars  A Volcanic World
Author: Giovanni Leone
Publsiher: Springer
Total Pages: 327
Release: 2021-10-27
ISBN 10: 9783030841027
ISBN 13: 3030841022
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Mars A Volcanic World Book Review:

This book is a comprehensive advancement about the understanding of the volcanology of Mars in all its aspects, from its primary formation to its evolution in time, from the smaller structures to the bigger structures. It discusses the implications of volcanism in the general environmental and geological context of Mars. The book is validating the Southern Giant Impact Hypothesis explaining the formation of Mars in an interdisciplinary approach, including mineralogical, geochemical, volcanological as well as geomorphological information. Implications for future explorations in terms of resources are provided. This book serves as a textbook for undergraduate and graduate level to foster new basic research in the field of planetary volcanology and is a new guide for future missions toward a volcanic world, including new detailed information for the general audience who is always keen to know more about the history of Mars and its large volcanoes. The book also presents an updated situation about the water resources of the planet.

The Atlas of Mars

The Atlas of Mars
Author: Kenneth S. Coles,Kenneth L. Tanaka,Philip R. Christensen
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2019-08-22
ISBN 10: 1108641326
ISBN 13: 9781108641326
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Atlas of Mars Book Review:

Planetary scientist and educator Ken Coles has teamed up with Ken Tanaka from the United States Geological Survey's Astrogeology team, and Phil Christensen, Principal Investigator of the Mars Odyssey orbiter's THEMIS science team, to produce this all-purpose reference atlas, The Atlas of Mars. Each of the thirty standard charts includes: a full-page color topographic map at 1:10,000,000 scale, a THEMIS daytime infrared map at the same scale with features labeled, a simplified geologic map of the corresponding area, and a section describing prominent features of interest. The Atlas is rounded out with extensive material on Mars' global characteristics, regional geography and geology, a glossary of terms, and an indexed gazetteer of up-to-date Martian feature names and nomenclature. This is an essential guide for a broad readership of academics, students, amateur astronomers, and space enthusiasts, replacing the NASA atlas from the 1970s.

Worlds on Fire

Worlds on Fire
Author: Charles Frankel
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 358
Release: 2005-09-22
ISBN 10: 9780521803939
ISBN 13: 0521803934
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Worlds on Fire Book Review:

A brightly illustrated geological study of the planets and satellites of our solar system offers a detailed tour of volcanic landmarks on the Earth, our Moon, Mars, Venus, and Io.

Fire and Ice

Fire and Ice
Author: Natalie Starkey
Publsiher: Bloomsbury Publishing
Total Pages: 288
Release: 2021-09-30
ISBN 10: 1472960386
ISBN 13: 9781472960382
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Fire and Ice Book Review:

The volcano – among the most familiar and perhaps the most terrifying of all geological phenomena. However, Earth isn't the only planet to harbour volcanoes. In fact, the Solar System, and probably the entire Universe, is littered with them. Our own Moon, which is now a dormant piece of rock, had lava flowing across its surface billions of years ago, while Mars can be credited with the largest volcano in the Solar System, Olympus Mons, which stands 25km high. While Mars's volcanoes are long dead, volcanic activity continues in almost every other corner of the Solar System, in the most unexpected of locations. We tend to think of Earth volcanoes as erupting hot, molten lava and emitting huge, billowing clouds of incandescent ash. However, it isn't necessarily the same across the rest of the Solar System. For a start, some volcanoes aren't even particularly hot. Those on Pluto, for example, erupt an icy slush of substances such as water, methane, nitrogen or ammonia, that freeze to form ice mountains as hard as rock. While others, like the volcanoes on one of Jupiter's moons, Io, erupt the hottest lavas in the Solar System onto a surface covered in a frosty coating of sulphur. Whether they are formed of fire or ice, volcanoes are of huge importance for scientists trying to picture the inner workings of a planet or moon. Volcanoes dredge up materials from the otherwise inaccessible depths and helpfully deliver them to the surface. The way in which they erupt, and the products they generate, can even help scientists ponder bigger questions on the possibility of life elsewhere in the Solar System. Fire and Ice is an exploration of the Solar System's volcanoes, from the highest peaks of Mars to the intensely inhospitable surface of Venus and the red-hot summits of Io, to the coldest, seemingly dormant icy carapaces of Enceladus and Europa, an unusual look at how these cosmic features are made, and whether such active planetary systems might host life.

Terraforming Mars

Terraforming Mars
Author: Martin Beech,Joseph Seckbach,Richard Gordon
Publsiher: John Wiley & Sons
Total Pages: 592
Release: 2021-11-18
ISBN 10: 1119761867
ISBN 13: 9781119761860
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Terraforming Mars Book Review:

TERRAFORMING MARS This book provides a thorough scientific review of how Mars might eventually be colonized, industrialized, and transformed into a world better suited to human habitation. The idea of terraforming Mars has, in recent times, become a topic of intense scientific interest and great public debate. Stimulated in part by the contemporary imperative to begin geoengineering Earth, as a means to combat global climate change, the terraforming of Mars will work to make its presently hostile environment more suitable to life—especially human life. Geoengineering and terraforming, at their core, have the same goal—that is to enhance (or revive) the ability of a specific environment to support human life, society, and industry. The chapters in this text, written by experts in their respective fields, are accordingly in resonance with the important, and ongoing discussions concerning the human stewardship of global climate systems. In this sense, the text is both timely and relevant and will cover issues relating to topics that will only grow in their relevance in future decades. The notion of terraforming Mars is not a new one, as such, and it has long played as the background narrative in many science fiction novels. This book, however, deals exclusively with what is physically possible, and what might conceivably be put into actual practice within the next several human generations. Audience Researchers in planetary science, astronomy, astrobiology, space engineering, architecture, ethics, as well as members of the space industry.

The Diversity of Martian Volcanic Features as Seen in the Moc Themis and Mom Data Sets

The Diversity of Martian Volcanic Features as Seen in the Moc  Themis  and Mom Data Sets
Author: National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)
Publsiher: Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
Total Pages: 28
Release: 2018-06-24
ISBN 10: 9781721799190
ISBN 13: 1721799192
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Diversity of Martian Volcanic Features as Seen in the Moc Themis and Mom Data Sets Book Review:

This one-year project (which included one-year no-cost tension) focused on the evolution of the summit areas of Martian volcanoes. It extended the studies conducted under an earlier MDAP project (Grant NAG5-9576, Principal Investigator P. Mouginis- Mark). By using data collected from the Mars Orbiter Camera (MOC), Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS), and the Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter (MOLA) instruments, we tried to better understand the diversity of constructional volcanism on Mars, and hence further understand the eruption processes. By inspecting THEMIS and MOC data, we explored the following four questions: (1) Where might near-surface volatiles have been released at the summits of the Tharsis volcanoes? Is the trapping and subsequent remobilization of degassed volatiles [Scott and Wilson, 19991 adequate to produce eruptions responsible for extensive deposits such as the ones identified on Arsia Mons [Mouginis-Mark, 2002]? To answer this question, we investigated the diversity of eruption styles by studying the summit areas of Arsia, Pavonis and Ascraeus Montes. (2) What are the geomorphic characteristics of the valley system on Hecates Tholus, a volcano that we have previously proposed experienced explosive activity [Mouginis-Murk et al., 1982]? Our inspection of THEMIS data suggests that water release on the volcano took place over an extended period of time, suggesting that hydrothermal activity may have taken place here. (3) How similar are the collapse processes observed at Martian and terrestrial calderas? New THEMIS data provide a more complete view of the entire Olympus Mons caldera, thereby enabling the comparison with the collapse features at Masaya volcano, Nicaragua, to be investigated. (4) What can we learn about the emplacement of long lava flows in the lava plains of Eastern Tharsis? The result of this work provided a greater understanding of the temporal and spatial variations in the eruptive history of volcanoes on Mars, and the influence

The Volcanoes of Mars

The Volcanoes of Mars
Author: Peter John Cattermole
Publsiher: Unknown
Total Pages: 16
Release: 1977
ISBN 10: 1928374650XXX
ISBN 13: OCLC:18545004
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

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Mars A Volcanic World

Mars  A Volcanic World
Author: Giovanni Leone
Publsiher: Springer Nature
Total Pages: 327
Release: 2021-10-26
ISBN 10: 3030841030
ISBN 13: 9783030841034
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Mars A Volcanic World Book Review:

This book is a comprehensive advancement about the understanding of the volcanology of Mars in all its aspects, from its primary formation to its evolution in time, from the smaller structures to the bigger structures. It discusses the implications of volcanism in the general environmental and geological context of Mars. The book is validating the Southern Giant Impact Hypothesis explaining the formation of Mars in an interdisciplinary approach, including mineralogical, geochemical, volcanological as well as geomorphological information. Implications for future explorations in terms of resources are provided. This book serves as a textbook for undergraduate and graduate level to foster new basic research in the field of planetary volcanology and is a new guide for future missions toward a volcanic world, including new detailed information for the general audience who is always keen to know more about the history of Mars and its large volcanoes. The book also presents an updated situation about the water resources of the planet.

Super Volcanoes What They Reveal about Earth and the Worlds Beyond

Super Volcanoes  What They Reveal about Earth and the Worlds Beyond
Author: Robin George Andrews
Publsiher: W. W. Norton & Company
Total Pages: 336
Release: 2021-11-02
ISBN 10: 0393542076
ISBN 13: 9780393542073
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Super Volcanoes What They Reveal about Earth and the Worlds Beyond Book Review:

An exhilarating, time-traveling journey to the solar system’s strangest and most awe-inspiring volcanoes. Volcanoes are capable of acts of pyrotechnical prowess verging on magic: they spout black magma more fluid than water, create shimmering cities of glass at the bottom of the ocean and frozen lakes of lava on the moon, and can even tip entire planets over. Between lava that melts and re-forms the landscape, and noxious volcanic gases that poison the atmosphere, volcanoes have threatened life on Earth countless times in our planet’s history. Yet despite their reputation for destruction, volcanoes are inseparable from the creation of our planet. A lively and utterly fascinating guide to these geologic wonders, Super Volcanoes revels in the incomparable power of volcanic eruptions past and present, Earthbound and otherwise—and recounts the daring and sometimes death-defying careers of the scientists who study them. Science journalist and volcanologist Robin George Andrews explores how these eruptions reveal secrets about the worlds to which they belong, describing the stunning ways in which volcanoes can sculpt the sea, land, and sky, and even influence the machinery that makes or breaks the existence of life. Walking us through the mechanics of some of the most infamous eruptions on Earth, Andrews outlines what we know about how volcanoes form, erupt, and evolve, as well as what scientists are still trying to puzzle out. How can we better predict when a deadly eruption will occur—and protect communities in the danger zone? Is Earth’s system of plate tectonics, unique in the solar system, the best way to forge a planet that supports life? And if life can survive and even thrive in Earth’s extreme volcanic environments—superhot, superacidic, and supersaline surroundings previously thought to be completely inhospitable—where else in the universe might we find it? Traveling from Hawai‘i, Yellowstone, Tanzania, and the ocean floor to the moon, Venus, and Mars, Andrews illuminates the cutting-edge discoveries and lingering scientific mysteries surrounding these phenomenal forces of nature.

The Geology of Mars

The Geology of Mars
Author: Mary Chapman
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 135
Release: 2007-05-17
ISBN 10: 1139463705
ISBN 13: 9781139463706
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Geology of Mars Book Review:

Research into the geological processes operating on Mars relies on interpretation of images and other data returned by unmanned orbiters, probes and landers. Such interpretations are based on our knowledge of processes occurring on Earth Terrestrial analog studies therefore play an important role in understanding the geological features observed on Mars. This 2007 book presents direct comparisons between locales on Earth and Mars, and contains contributions from leading planetary geologists to demonstrate the parallels and differences between these two neighboring planets. Mars is characterized by a wide range of geological phenomena that also occur on Earth, including tectonic, volcanic, impact cratering, eolian, fluvial, glacial and possibly lacustrine and marine processes. The book provides terrestrial analogs for data sets from Mars Global Surveyor, Mars Odyssey, Mars Exploration Rovers and Mars Express, and will therefore be a key reference for students and researchers of planetary science.

Volcanoes of the Solar System

Volcanoes of the Solar System
Author: Charles Frankel
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 232
Release: 1996
ISBN 10: 9780521477703
ISBN 13: 0521477700
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Volcanoes of the Solar System Book Review:

Nothing can be more breathtaking than the spectacle of a volcano erupting. Space-age lunar and planetary missions offer us an unprecedented perspective on volcanism. Starting with the Earth, Volcanoes of the Solar System takes the reader on a guided tour of the terrestrial planets and moons and their volcanic features. We see lunar lava fields through the eyes of the Apollo astronauts, and take an imaginary hike up the Martian slopes of Olympus Mons--the tallest volcano in the solar system. Complemented by over 150 photographs, this comprehensive and lucid account of volcanoes describes the most recent data on the unique and varied volcanic features of Venus and updates our knowledge on the prodigiously active volcanoes of Io. A member of the Association of European Volcanologists, Charles Frankel has directed documentary films on geology, astronomy and space exploration and has authored a number of articles on the earth sciences.

Extraterrestrial Volcanoes

Extraterrestrial Volcanoes
Author: Source Wikipedia
Publsiher: University-Press.org
Total Pages: 58
Release: 2013-09
ISBN 10: 9781230649238
ISBN 13: 1230649239
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Extraterrestrial Volcanoes Book Review:

Please note that the content of this book primarily consists of articles available from Wikipedia or other free sources online. Pages: 57. Chapters: Volcanoes of Io, Volcanoes of Mars, Volcanoes of Venus, Volcanism on Io, Volcanism on Mars, Tharsis, Olympus Mons, Ascraeus Mons, Pele, Thor, Tharsis Tholus, Pavonis Mons, Masubi, Arsia Mons, Syrtis Major Planum, Volcanism on Venus, Tawhaki Patera, Tupan Patera, Loki Patera, Ceraunius Tholus, Tharsis Montes, Surt, Prometheus, List of extraterrestrial volcanoes, Pillan Patera, Maat Mons, Tvashtar Paterae, Thomagata Patera, Hecates Tholus, Lunar dome, Alba Mons, Sacajawea Patera, Mons Rumker, Biblis Tholus, Apollinaris Mons, Gish Bar Patera, Sapas Mons, Amirani, Scalloped margin dome, Tyrrhena Patera, Elysium Mons, Albor Tholus, Ah Peku Patera, Pancake dome, Reiden Patera, Sachs Patera, Shango Patera, Uranius Tholus, Ulysses Patera, Peneus Patera, Ushas Mons, Gula Mons, Maui Patera, Uranius Patera, Estan Patera, Dazhbog Patera, Ganesa Macula, Ra Patera, Uranius group of volcanoes, Renpet Mons, Anala Mons, Theia Mons, Sif Mons, Pityusa Patera, Jaszai Patera, Siddons Patera. Excerpt: Volcanism on Io, a moon of Jupiter, produces lava flows, volcanic pits, and plumes of sulfur and sulfur dioxide hundreds of kilometres high. This volcanic activity was discovered in 1979 by Voyager 1 imaging scientists. Observations of Io by passing spacecraft (the Voyagers, Galileo, Cassini, and New Horizons) and Earth-based astronomers have revealed more than 150 active volcanoes. Up to 400 such volcanoes are predicted to exist based on these observations. Io's volcanism makes the satellite one of only five known currently volcanically active worlds in the solar system (the other four being Earth, Venus, Saturn's moon Enceladus, and Neptune's moon Triton). First predicted shortly before the Voyager 1 flyby, the heat source for Io's volcanism comes from tidal heating produced by its forced orbital eccentricity. This differs from Earth's...

How We ll Live on Mars

How We ll Live on Mars
Author: Stephen Petranek
Publsiher: Simon and Schuster
Total Pages: 96
Release: 2015-07-07
ISBN 10: 1476784779
ISBN 13: 9781476784779
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

How We ll Live on Mars Book Review:

Award-winning journalist Stephen Petranek says humans will live on Mars by 2027. Now he makes the case that living on Mars is not just plausible, but inevitable. It sounds like science fiction, but Stephen Petranek considers it fact: Within twenty years, humans will live on Mars. We’ll need to. In this sweeping, provocative book that mixes business, science, and human reporting, Petranek makes the case that living on Mars is an essential back-up plan for humanity and explains in fascinating detail just how it will happen. The race is on. Private companies, driven by iconoclastic entrepreneurs, such as Elon Musk, Jeff Bezos, Paul Allen, and Sir Richard Branson; Dutch reality show and space mission Mars One; NASA; and the Chinese government are among the many groups competing to plant the first stake on Mars and open the door for human habitation. Why go to Mars? Life on Mars has potential life-saving possibilities for everyone on earth. Depleting water supplies, overwhelming climate change, and a host of other disasters—from terrorist attacks to meteor strikes—all loom large. We must become a space-faring species to survive. We have the technology not only to get humans to Mars, but to convert Mars into another habitable planet. It will likely take 300 years to “terraform” Mars, as the jargon goes, but we can turn it into a veritable second Garden of Eden. And we can live there, in specially designed habitations, within the next twenty years. In this exciting chronicle, Petranek introduces the circus of lively characters all engaged in a dramatic effort to be the first to settle the Red Planet. How We’ll Live on Mars brings firsthand reporting, interviews with key participants, and extensive research to bear on the question of how we can expect to see life on Mars within the next twenty years.

Environmental Effects on Volcanic Eruptions

Environmental Effects on Volcanic Eruptions
Author: James R. Zimbelman,Tracey K.P. Gregg
Publsiher: Springer Science & Business Media
Total Pages: 260
Release: 2013-03-08
ISBN 10: 1461541514
ISBN 13: 9781461541516
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Environmental Effects on Volcanic Eruptions Book Review:

The book presents current research into the effect that environmental conditions have on volcanic eruptions and the subsequent emplacement of volcanic products. This is accomplished through a series of chapters that investigate specific environments - both terrestrial and extraterrestrial - and the expression of volcanic materials found within those settings. Current state-of-the-art numerical, analytical and computer models are used in most chapters to provide robust, quantitative insights into how volcanoes behave in different environmental settings. Readership: Upper level undergraduates and new graduates. The book is primarily a presentation of research results rather than a tutorial for the general public. Textbook or supplementary reading for courses in volcanology or comparative planetology at college/university level.

Volcano ice Interaction on Earth and Mars

Volcano ice Interaction on Earth and Mars
Author: Geological Society of London
Publsiher: Geological Society of London
Total Pages: 431
Release: 2002
ISBN 10: 9781862391215
ISBN 13: 1862391211
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Volcano ice Interaction on Earth and Mars Book Review:

This volume focuses on magmas and cryospheres on Earth and Mars and is the first publication of its kind to combine a thematic set of contributions addressing the diverse range of volcano-ice interactions known or thought to occur on both planets. Understanding those interactions is a comparatively young scientific endeavour, yet it is vitally important for a fuller comprehension of how planets work as integrated systems. It is also topical since future volcanic eruptions on Earth may contribute to melting ice sheets and thus to global sea level rise.

Alien Volcanoes

Alien Volcanoes
Author: Rosaly M. C. Lopes,Michael W. Carroll
Publsiher: JHU Press
Total Pages: 150
Release: 2008-05
ISBN 10: 0801886732
ISBN 13: 9780801886737
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Alien Volcanoes Book Review:

At once terrifyingly destructive and awe-inspiringly beautiful, volcanoes have long fascinated humankind. From Vesuvius and Etna to Krakatau and Mount Saint Helen’s, these molten rock- and ash-spewing geysers have destroyed whole cities and countless lives, and altered the course of history. Yet our understanding of volcanoes on Earth—and throughout the celestial world—remains maddeningly incomplete. With Alien Volcanoes, Rosaly M. C. Lopes and Michael W. Carroll offer a dynamic tour of volcanic activity across the solar system. Through eight gracefully written chapters laced with gripping photographs and stunning artwork, Lopes and Carroll survey the complete spectrum of volcanism in time and location, from the solar system’s origin to the modern era and from the familiar shield volcanoes of the terrestrial worlds to the bizarre superchilled geysers on distant ice moons. In the process, they entertain the possibility of hidden lakes on Saturn’s moon Enceladus, discuss the potential effects of greenhouse gases on Neptune’s moon Triton, reconstruct the last moments of life for Pompeiians in the face of an erupting Mount Vesuvius, and explain how a 4,000-mile-long river of lava could have once flowed freely across the plains of Venus. Richly illustrated with original paintings supplemented by NASA and European Space Agency photographs, Alien Volcanoes advances our knowledge of volcanoes on other heavenly bodies, enhances our ability to comprehend how they came into being on Earth, and describes how we might better predict the impact of future eruptions.

The Atmosphere and Climate of Mars

The Atmosphere and Climate of Mars
Author: Robert M. Haberle,R. Todd Clancy,François Forget,Michael D. Smith,Richard W. Zurek
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 644
Release: 2017-06-29
ISBN 10: 1107016185
ISBN 13: 9781107016187
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

The Atmosphere and Climate of Mars Book Review:

Humanity has long been fascinated by the planet Mars. Was its climate ever conducive to life? What is the atmosphere like today and why did it change so dramatically over time? Eleven spacecraft have successfully flown to Mars since the Viking mission of the 1970s and early 1980s. These orbiters, landers and rovers have generated vast amounts of data that now span a Martian decade (roughly eighteen years). This new volume brings together the many new ideas about the atmosphere and climate system that have emerged, including the complex interplay of the volatile and dust cycles, the atmosphere-surface interactions that connect them over time, and the diversity of the planet's environment and its complex history. Including tutorials and explanations of complicated ideas, students, researchers and non-specialists alike are able to use this resource to gain a thorough and up-to-date understanding of this most Earth-like of planetary neighbours.

Mars

Mars
Author: Linda T. Elkins-Tanton
Publsiher: Infobase Publishing
Total Pages: 225
Release: 2006
ISBN 10: 1438107269
ISBN 13: 9781438107264
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Mars Book Review:

Discusses the fundamental facts concerning this mysterious planet, including its mass, size, and atmosphere, as well as the various missions that helped planetary scientists document the geological history of Mars. This volume also describes Mars' seasons with their surface effects on the planet and how they have changed over time.

Glaciovolcanism on Earth and Mars

Glaciovolcanism on Earth and Mars
Author: John L. Smellie,Benjamin R. Edwards
Publsiher: Cambridge University Press
Total Pages: 462
Release: 2016-06-23
ISBN 10: 1107037395
ISBN 13: 9781107037397
Language: EN, FR, DE, ES & NL

Glaciovolcanism on Earth and Mars Book Review:

Presents the distinctive processes and characteristics of glaciovolcanic eruptions, with reference to terrestrial and Mars occurrences.