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  List of Accepted Contributions - GM26 Planetary Geomorphology (co-listed in PS)

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Radebaugh, J.; Lorenz, R.; Lunine, J.; The Cassini RADAR Team
Longitudinal dunes on Titan: Distributions and indicators of winds

Tsukamoto, S.; Duller, G.A.T; Jain, M.; Morthekai, P.; Bøtter-Jensen , L.; Murray, A.S.; Tani, A.; Mizuno, J.
The potential for luminescence dating of Martian sediments – preliminary results from terrestrial basaltic samples as Martian analogues

BOURKE, M.C.; Edgett, K.S.; Cantor, B.A.
Disappearing and shrinking dunes on Mars

Sowe, M.; Hauber, E.; Jaumann, R.; Gwinner, K.; Fueten, F.; Stesky, R.; Neukum, G.
Interior Layered Deposits of the eastern Valles Marineris on Mars

Tirsch, D.; Jaumann, R.; Reiss, D.; Helbert, J.; Forget, F.; Millour, E.; Poulet, F.; Greeley, R.; Neukum, G.
Dark dunes in Martian craters

Baptista, A.; Mangold, N.; Ansan, V.; Dupeyrat, L.; Costard, F.; Masson, P.; Lognonné, P.; Neukum, G.
A Swarm of Small Shield Volcanoes on Syria Planum, Mars, analysed using Mars Express - HRSC data

Lanz, J.; Saric, B.; Tran-Viet, T.
New high resolution morphologic map of SW Elysium Planitia

Murray, J.B.; Balme, M.R.; Muller, J-P.A; Kim, J-R.
New evidence for equatorial sea ice on Mars from HiRISE images

Wagner, R. J.; Neukum, G.; Giese, B.; Roatsch, T.; Wolf, U.
Geomorphology of Saturn's satellite Rhea: preliminary implications from the Cassini ISS data

Mangold, N.; Ansan, V.; Masson, Ph.; Quantin, C.; Neukum and the HRSC team, G.
Analysis of West Echus Chasma valleys, Mars, from HRSC/MEX images and DTM

Ansan, V.; Mangold, N.; Masson, Ph.; Neukum and HRSC team, G.
Analysis of Noachian valley networks in Aeolis region, Mars, from HRSC/MEx images and DTM

Byrne, P.K.; Murray, J.B.; van Wyk de Vries, B.; Troll, V.R.
Flank terrace morphology of Martian shield volcanoes

van Gasselt, S.; Hauber, E.; Neukum, G.
Origin, Creep and Degradation of Ice-Rich Debris at Deuteronilus Mensae, Mars

Hauber, E.; van Gasselt, S.; Chapman, M. G.; Neukum, G.
Geomorphic Evidence for former Lobate Debris Aprons at Low Latitudes on Mars: Indicators of the Martian Paleoclimate

Dumke, A.; Spiegel, M.; Schmidt, R.; Neukum, G.
Olympus Mons: High-resolution digital terrain model and ortho-image mosaic

Lefort, A.; Russell, P.; Thomas, N.; The HiRISE Team
HiRISE observations of possible periglacial features in the martian mid-latitude mantle.

Nna-Mvondo, D.; Martinez-Frias, J.
Near- and mid-infrared reflectance spectroscopy of komatiites

Schreiner, B.; Neukum, G.
Structural analysis and comparison of chaotic terrains in Margaritifer Terra: Implications for formation processes

Gupta, S.; Muller, J.-P.; Kim, J.-R.; van Gasselt, S.; Neukum, G.
Evidence for multiple episodes of catastrophic flooding in Ares Vallis from the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera

Balme, M; Bermann, D; Bourke, M
Transverse Aeolian Ridges (TARs) on Mars

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