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  List of Accepted Contributions - PS16 Planetary Glaciology

Please, click Abstract Number to find the corresponding abstract as PDF file; if necessary, download Adobe Acrobat Reader 4.0 first to open the file. Any abstract may be freely reproduced for non-commercial, scientific purposes; however, the moral right of the author(s) to be identified as the author(s) of such abstracts is asserted.

EGU06-A-00196
Kostrikov, A.; Garagash , I.
Tension Fractures as Origin of Martian North Polar Cap Spirals

EGU06-A-00257
Ilyushin, Ya.A.
Radar sounding of the Martian polar deposits: models for interpretation of the data and retrieval of geological information.

EGU06-A-00712
Guyennon, N.; Karatekin, O.; Van Hoolst, T.
Ice rheology and the tidal response of titan

EGU06-A-05324
Kreslavsky, M.; Head, J.
Evolution and inner structure of the polar layered deposits on Mars

EGU06-A-05617
Choukroun, M.; Grasset, O.
Stability and structure of methane clathrate hydrates under pressure: implications for Titanís cryovolcanism.

EGU06-A-08794
Balme, M.R; Murray, J.B; Page, D.; Muller, J-P.; Kim, J-R.; Morley, J.; Neukum and the HRSC CoI team, G.
New HRSC Mars Express images of the Elysium frozen sea complex


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