Susan Conway

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Localisation: Nantes - Bât4 - 116

Publications

  • M. E. Sylvest et al. CO2 sublimation in martian gullies: laboratory experiments at varied slope angle and regolith grain sizes, Geological Society, London, Special Publications, Vol. Martian Gullies and their Eart. 2018. [Détails] 
  • C. Herny, S. Conway, J. Raack, S. Carpy, M. R. Patel et T. Colle-Banse. Unstable liquid water as a geomorphological agent in martian gullies: experimental investigation of the effect of boiling intensity on downslope sediment transport, Geological Society, London, Special Publications, Vol. 467. 2018. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Soare, S. Conway, C. Gallagher, J. M. Dohm et D. Reiss. Periglacial complexes and the deductive evidence of “wet”-flows at the Hale impact-crater, Mars, Geological Society, London, Special Publications, Vol. 467. 2018. [Détails] 
  • C. Gallagher, M. Balme, R. Soare et S. Conway. Formation and degradation of chaotic terrain in the Galaxias regions of Mars; implications for near-surface storage of ice, Icarus. 2018. [Détails] 
  • L. Brooker et al. Clastic polygonal networks around Lyot crater, Mars: Possible formation mechanisms from morphometric analysis, Icarus, Vol. 302, pp. 386-406. 2018. [Détails] 
  • J. D. Ramsdale et al. Grid-based mapping: A method for rapidly determining the spatial distributions of small features over very large areas, Planetary and Space Science, Vol. 140, pp. 49-61, Jui, 2017. [Détails] 
  • E. R. Fegan, D. A. Rothery, S. Marchi, M. Massironi, S. Conway et M. Anand. Late movement of basin-edge lobate scarps on Mercury, Icarus, Vol. 288, pp. 226-234, Mai, 2017. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Soare, S. Conway, C. Gallagher et J. M. Dohm. Ice-rich (periglacial) vs icy (glacial) depressions in the Argyre region, Mars: a proposed cold-climate dichotomy of landforms, Icarus, Vol. 282, pp. 70-83, Jan, 2017. [Détails] 
  • F. EG Butcher et al. Recent Basal Melting of a Mid-Latitude Glacier on Mars, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, Vol. 122, pp. 2445-2468. 2017. [Détails] 
  • {. Sæmundsson, C. Morino, J. Kristinn Helgason, S. Conway et H. G Pétursson. The triggering factors of the Móafellshyrna debris slide in northern Iceland: intense precipitation, earthquake activity and thawing of mountain permafrost, Science of the Total Environment. 2017. [Détails] 
  • J. Raack, S. Conway, C. Herny, M. R Balme, S. Carpy et M. R Patel. Water induced sediment levitation enhances downslope transport on Mars, Nature Communications, Vol. 8, pp. 1151. 2017. [Détails] 
  • S. Conway, T. Harrison, R. Soare, A. Britton et L. Steele. New slope-normalized global gully density and orientation maps for Mars, Geological Society, London, Special Publications, Vol. 467, pp. SP467-3. 2017. [Détails] 
  • T. N Harrison, L. L Tornabene, G. R Osinski et S. Conway. Thermal inertia variations from gully and mass-wasting activity in Gasa crater, Mars, Geological Society, London, Special Publications, Vol. 467, pp. SP467-8. 2017. [Détails] 
  • T. de Haas et al. Time will tell: temporal evolution of Martian gullies and palaeoclimatic implications, Geological Society, London, Special Publications, Vol. 467, pp. SP467-1. 2017. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Thomas, B. M. Hynek, D. A. Rothery et S. Conway. Mercury's low-reflectance material: Constraints from hollows, Icarus, Vol. 277, pp. 455-465, Oct, 2016. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Soare, S. Conway, C. Gallagher et J. M. Dohm. Sorted (clastic) polygons in the Argyre region, Mars, and possible evidence of pre- and post-glacial periglaciation in the Late Amazonian Epoch, Icarus, Vol. 264, pp. 184-197, Jan, 2016. [Détails] 
  • M. E. Sylvest, S. Conway, M. R. Patel, J. C. Dixon et A. Barnes. Mass wasting triggered by seasonal CO2 sublimation under Martian atmospheric conditions: Laboratory experiments, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 43, pp. 12,363-12,370. 2016. [Détails] 
  • S. Conway et M. R. Balme. A novel topographic parameterization scheme indicates that martian gullies display the signature of liquid water, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 454, pp. 36-45. 2016. [Détails] 
  • F. E. G. Butcher, S. Conway et N. S. Arnold. Are the Dorsa Argentea on Mars eskers?, Icarus, Vol. 275, pp. 65-84. 2016. [Détails] 
  • K. Pasquon, J. Gargani, M. Massé et S. Conway. Present-day formation and seasonal evolution of linear dune gullies on Mars, Icarus, Vol. 274, pp. 195-210. 2016. [Détails] 
  • G. Sofia, J. K. Hillier et S. Conway. Frontiers in Geomorphometry and Earth Surface Dynamics: possibilities, limitations and perspectives, Earth Surface Dynamics, Vol. 4, pp. 721-725. 2016. [Détails] 
  • M. Massé et al. Transport processes induced by metastable boiling water under Martian surface conditions, Nature Geoscience. 2016. [Détails] 
  • J. K. Hillier, G. Sofia et S. Conway. Perspective – synthetic DEMs: A vital underpinning for the quantitative future of landform analysis?, Earth Surf. Dynam., Vol. 3, pp. 587-598, Déc, 2015. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Thomas, D. A. Rothery, S. Conway et M. Anand. Explosive volcanism in complex impact craters on Mercury and the Moon: Influence of tectonic regime on depth of magmatic intrusion, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 431, pp. 164-172, Déc, 2015. [Détails] 
  • T. de Haas, D. Ventra, E. Hauber, S. Conway et M. G. Kleinhans. Sedimentological analyses of martian gullies: The subsurface as the key to the surface, Icarus, Vol. 258, pp. 92-108, Sep, 2015. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Soare, B. Horgan, S. Conway, C. Souness et M. R. El-Maarry. Volcanic terrain and the possible periglacial formation of “excess ice” at the mid-latitudes of Utopia Planitia, Mars, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 423, pp. 182-192, Aoû, 2015. [Détails] 
  • J. M. Dohm et al. Geological and hydrological histories of the Argyre province, Mars, Icarus, Vol. 253, pp. 66-98, Jui, 2015. [Détails] 
  • J. D. Ramsdale, M. R. Balme, S. Conway et C. Gallagher. Ponding, draining and tilting of the Cerberus Plains; a cryolacustrine origin for the sinuous ridge and channel networks in Rahway Vallis, Mars, Icarus, Vol. 253, pp. 256-270, Jui, 2015. [Détails] 
  • S. Conway, M. R. Balme, M. A. Kreslavsky, J. B. Murray et M. C. Towner. The comparison of topographic long profiles of gullies on Earth to gullies on Mars: A signal of water on Mars, Icarus, Vol. 253, pp. 189-204, Jui, 2015. [Détails] 
  • T. de Haas, E. Hauber, S. Conway, H. van Steijn, A. Johnsson et M. G. Kleinhans. Earth-like aqueous debris-flow activity on Mars at high orbital obliquity in the last million years, Nat Commun, Vol. 6, Jui, 2015. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Thomas et al. A cone on Mercury: Analysis of a residual central peak encircled by an explosive volcanic vent, Planetary and Space Science, Vol. 108, pp. 108-116, Avr, 2015. [Détails] 
  • G. Jouannic et al. Laboratory simulation of debris flows over sand dunes: Insights into gully-formation (Mars), Geomorphology, Vol. 231, pp. 101-115, Fév, 2015. [Détails] 
  • W. C. Mahaney et al. Mineralogy, chemistry and biological contingents of an early-middle Miocene Antarctic paleosol and its relevance as a Martian analogue, Planetary and Space Science, Vol. 104, Part B, pp. 253-269, Déc, 2014. [Détails] 
  • W. A. Marra et al. Pressurized groundwater outflow experiments and numerical modeling for outflow channels on Mars, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, Vol. 119, pp. 2668-2693, Déc, 2014. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Thomas, D. A. Rothery, S. Conway et M. Anand. Mechanisms of explosive volcanism on Mercury: Implications from its global distribution and morphology: Explosive volcanism on Mercury, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, Vol. 119, pp. 2239-2254, Oct, 2014. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Thomas, D. A. Rothery, S. Conway et M. Anand. Long-lived explosive volcanism on Mercury, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 41, pp. 6084-6092, Sep, 2014. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Soare, S. Conway, J. M. Dohm et M. R. El-Maarry. Possible open-system (hydraulic) pingos in and around the Argyre impact region of Mars, Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 398, pp. 25-36, Jul, 2014. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Soare, S. Conway et J. M. Dohm. Possible ice-wedge polygons and recent landscape modification by “wet” periglacial processes in and around the Argyre impact basin, Mars, Icarus, Vol. 233, pp. 214-228, Mai, 2014. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Thomas, D. A. Rothery, S. Conway et M. Anand. Hollows on Mercury: Materials and mechanisms involved in their formation, Icarus, Vol. 229, pp. 221-235, Fév, 2014. [Détails] 
  • S. Conway et M. R. Balme. Decametre-thick remnant glacial ice deposits on Mars, Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 41, pp. 5402-5409. 2014. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Soare, S. Conway, G. D. Pearce, F. Costard et A. Séjourné. Sub-kilometre (intra-crater) mounds in Utopia Planitia, Mars: character, occurrence and possible formation hypotheses, Mars Polar Science V, Vol. 225, pp. 982-991, Aoû, 2013. [Détails] 
  • R. J. Soare, S. Conway, G. D. Pearce, J. M. Dohm et P. M. Grindrod. Possible crater-based pingos, paleolakes and periglacial landscapes at the high latitudes of Utopia Planitia, Mars, Mars Polar Science V, Vol. 225, pp. 971-981, Aoû, 2013. [Détails] 
  • S. Conway et N. Mangold. Evidence for Amazonian mid-latitude glaciation on Mars from impact crater asymmetry, ICARUS, Vol. 225, pp. 413-423, Jul, 2013. [Détails] 
  • S. Conway et al. Climate-driven deposition of water ice and the formation of mounds in craters in Mars' north polar region, ICARUS, Vol. 220, pp. 174-193, Jul, 2012. [Détails] 
  • N. Mangold, S. Adeli, S. Conway, V. Ansan et B. Langlais. A chronology of early Mars climatic evolution from impact crater degradation, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 117. 2012. [Détails] 
  • C. Gallagher, M. R. Balme, S. Conway et P. M. Grindrod. Sorted clastic stripes, lobes and associated gullies in high-latitude craters on Mars: Landforms indicative of very recent, polycyclic ground-ice thaw and liquid flows, Icarus, Vol. 211, pp. 458-471, Jan, 2011. [Détails] 
  • M. C. Towner, C. Eakin, S. Conway et S. Harrison. Geologically recent water flow inferred in channel systems in the NE Sulci Gordii region, Mars, Geological Society, London, Special Publications, Vol. 356, pp. 229-256, Jan, 2011. [Détails] 
  • A. H. Aston, S. Conway et M. R. Balme. Identifying Martian gully evolution, Geological Society, London, Special Publications, Vol. 356, pp. 151-169, Jan, 2011. [Détails] 
  • S. Conway, M. R. Balme, J. B. Murray, M. C. Towner, C. H. Okubo et P. M. Grindrod. The indication of Martian gully formation processes by slope–area analysis, Geological Society, London, Special Publications, Vol. 356, pp. 171-201, Jan, 2011. [Détails] 
  • S. Conway, M. R. Balme, M. P. Lamb, M. C. Towner et J. B. Murray. Enhanced runout and erosion by overland flow under subfreezing and low pressure conditions: experiments and application to Mars., Icarus, Vol. 211, pp. 443-457. 2011. [Détails] 
  • S. Conway, A. Decaulne, M. R. Balme, J. B. Murray et M. C. Towner. A new Approach to Estimating Hazard posed by Debris Flows in the Westfjords of Iceland, Geomorphology, Vol. 114, pp. 556-572. 2010. [Détails]