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)