Susan Conway

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Publications

  • S. Conway, F. E. G. Butcher, T. de Haas, A. A. J. Deijns, P. M. Grindrod et J. M. Davis. Glacial and gully erosion on Mars: A terrestrial perspective, GEOMORPHOLOGY, Vol. 318, pp. 26-57, OCT 1, 2018. [Détails] 
  • T. Saemundsson, C. Morino, J. Kristinn Helgason, S. Conway et H. G. Petursson. The triggering factors of the Moafellshyrna debris slide in northern Iceland: Intense precipitation, earthquake activity and thawing of mountain permafrost, SCIENCE OF THE TOTAL ENVIRONMENT, Vol. 621, pp. 1163-1175, APR 15, 2018. [Détails] 
  • L. L. Tornabene, F. P. Seelos, A. Pommerol, N. Thomas, C. M. Caudill et P. Becerra et al. Image Simulation and Assessment of the Colour and Spatial Capabilities of the Colour and Stereo Surface Imaging System (CaSSIS) on the ExoMars Trace Gas Orbiter, SPACE SCIENCE REVIEWS, Vol. 214, Fév, 2018. [Détails] 
  • M. E. Sylvest, J. C. Dixon, S. Conway, M. R. Patel, J. N. McElwaine et A. Hagermann 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, M. Balme, S. Conway, A. Hagermann, A. Barrett et G. Collins 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, M. R. Balme, S. Conway, C. Gallagher, S. A. van Gasselt et E. Hauber 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, M. Balme, C. Gallagher, N. Stuart Arnold, S. Conway et A. Hagermann 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, S. Conway, F. Butcher, J. Levy, P. Grindrod et T. Goudge 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, S. Conway, J. Gargani, M. R. Patel, K. Pasquon et A. McEwen 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, T. M. Hare, S. J. Robbins, J.-P. Williams, R. J. Soare et M. R. El Maarry 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, A. Lucchetti, G. Cremonese, D. A. Rothery, M. Massironi et C. Re 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, J. Gargani, S. Conway, F. Costard, M. R. Balme et M. R. Patel 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, J. M. Dohm, S. Schwartz, N. Findling, K. M. Hart et S. Conway 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, E. Hauber, S. J. McLelland, B. J. Murphy, D. R. Parsons et S. Conway 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, N. Hovius, T. Barnie, J. Besserer, S. Le Mouélic et R. Orosei 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]