DPS 2001 meeting, November 2001
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Session 48. Mars Surface

Oral, Chairs: N. Barlow, J. Bell III, Friday,
November 30, 2001, 4:30-6:40pm, Regency E

48.01 Geochemical energy potentially available to organisms in martian hydrothermal systems.
E.S. Varnes, B.M. Jakosky (U. of Colorado Dept. of Geological Sciences and Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics), T.M. McCollom (Woods Hole Oceanographic Institute)
48.02 Stability of Salt Springs on Earth and Mars
J.L. Heldmann, O.B. Toon (University of Colorado, Boulder ), C.P. McKay (NASA Ames Research Center), D.A. Andersen, W. Pollard (McGill University)
48.03 Limits on UV Photodecomposition of Martian Carbonates
R.C. Quinn (SETI Institute), A.P. Zent (NASA Ames)
48.04 H2O- and OH-bearing minerals in the martian regolith: Analysis of 1997 observations from HST/NICMOS
E.Z. Noe Dobrea, J.F. Bell (Cornell University), M.J. Wolff (Space Sciences Institute), P.B. James (University of Toledo)
48.05 High Resolution Imaging Spectroscopy of Mars using HST/STIS during 1999 and 2001
J.F. Bell III (Cornell Univ., Dept. of Astronomy), M.J. Wolff (Space Sci. Inst.), J. Sohl-Dickstein (Cornell), R.V. Morris (NASA/JSC)
48.06 Multiple emission angle surface-atmosphere separations of MGS-TES data: Detection of feldspar in high-albedo regions
J.L. Bandfield, M.D. Smith (NASA Goddard Space Flight Center)
48.07 Odyssey at Mars - Cruise and Aerobraking Science Summary
R. S. Saunders (Jet Propulsion Laboratory)
48.08 Geomorphic Analysis of the Isidis Region: Implications for Noachian Processes and Environments
J.M. Moore (NASA Ames), A.D. Howard (UVa), P.M. Schenk (LPI)
48.09 Cassini Impact Basin (Mars) Ejecta Deposits Revealed by MOC and MOLA Data
J. D. King (Georgia Institute of Technology), E. F. Albin (Fernbank Science Center)
48.10 North Polar Stratigraphy and the Paleo-erg of Mars
S. Byrne, B.C. Murray (Division of Geological and Planetary Sciences, California Institute of Technology)
48.11 Martian Seasonal CO2 Ice in Malea Planum Polygonal Features: Role of the Permafrost.
W.J. Markiewicz (Max-Planck-Institute for Aeronomy, Germany), K.J. Kossacki (Institute of Geophysics, Warsaw University, Poland)
48.12 Recent Glaciers on Mars: Description and Solar System Perspective
J.S. Kargel (U.S. Geological Survey)
48.13 Formation of recent gullies and debris-flows on Mars by the melting of near-surface ground ice at high obliquity
F. Forget (LMD, Paris), F. Costard, N. Mangold, J.-P. Peulvast (OrsayTerre, Orsay)

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