AGU Fall 2017 Session P49. Using Topography to Investigate the Evolution of Solar System Bodies

Spacecraft data have enabled the surface topography of many solar system bodies to be determined. These data provide insight into near-surface processes and properties that exist over the visible history of a body, on global and local scales. We invite abstracts on any topic in which topography plays a role. These may describe theoretical investigations, laboratory studies or data analysis of any body in the solar system and can include (but are not limited to): topographic measurements that are indicative of the types of surface terrain or environments present; processes that create or erase/erode surface topography at any scale; and subsurface processes that are expressed by surface topography.

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Abstract deadline: August 2, 2017, 23:59ET/3:59+1 GMT


Ross Beyer (NASA Ames Research Center)
Erwan Mazarico (Goddard Space Flight Center)
Wes Patterson (Johns Hopkins University Applied Physics Laboratory)

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