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  • J.-P. Lorand et al. Nickeliferous pyrite tracks pervasive hydrothermal alteration in Martian regolith breccia: A study in NWA 7533, METEORITICS & PLANETARY SCIENCE, Vol. 50, pp. 2099-2120, Déc, 2015. [Détails]
  • P. R. Mahaffy et al. The imprint of atmospheric evolution in the D/H of Hesperian clay minerals on Mars, SCIENCE, Vol. 347, pp. 412-414, JAN 23, 2015. [Détails]
  • L. Maltagliati et al. Titan's atmosphere as observed by Cassini/VIMS solar occultations: CH4, CO and evidence for C2H6 absorption, ICARUS, Vol. 248, pp. 1-24, MAR 1, 2015. [Détails]
  • N. Mangold et al. Chemical variations in Yellowknife Bay formation sedimentary rocks analyzed by ChemCam on board the Curiosity rover on Mars, JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-PLANETS, Vol. 120, pp. 452-482, Mar, 2015. [Détails]
  • P. Martin-Jézéquel. Effects of organic and inorganic nitrogen on the growth and production of domoic acid by pseudo-nitzschia multiseries and p. Australis (bacillariophyceae) in culture, Marine Drugs, Vol. 13, pp. 7067-7086. 2015. [Détails]
  • D. Mège, P. Purcell, S. Pochat et T. Guidat. The Landscape and Landforms of the Ogaden, Southeast Ethiopia Dans Landscapes and Landforms of Ethiopia. Springer. pp. 323-348. 2015. [Détails]
  • M. Mojtahid, R. Manceau, R. Schiebel, R. Hennekam et G. J. de Lange. Thirteen thousand years of southeastern Mediterranean climate variability inferred from an integrative planktic foraminiferal-based approach, Paleoceanography, Vol. 30, pp. 402-422. 2015. [Détails]
  • J. Monteux, H. Amit, G. Choblet, B. Langlais et G. Tobie. Giant impacts, heterogeneous mantle heating and a past hemispheric dynamo on Mars, Phys. Earth Planet. Int., Vol. 240. 2015. [Détails]
  • C. D. Neish et al. Spectral properties of Titan's impact craters imply chemical weathering of its surface, GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, Vol. 42, pp. 3746-3754, MAY 28, 2015. [Détails]
  • H. E. Newsom et al. Gale crater and impact processes - Curiosity's first 364 Sols on Mars, ICARUS, Vol. 249, pp. 108-128, MAR 15, 2015. [Détails]
  • J. Oliveira, B. Langlais, M.-A. Pais et H. Amit. A modified Equivalent Source Dipole method to model partially distributed magnetic field measurements, with application to Mercury, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 120. 2015. [Détails]
  • P. Olson et H. Amit. Mantle superplumes induce geomagnetic superchrons, Frontiers in Earth Science, Vol. 3, pp. 38. 2015. [Détails]
  • M. P. Panning, É. Beucler, M. Drilleau, A. Mocquet, P. Lognonne et W. Bruce Banerdt. Verifying single-station seismic approaches using Earth-based data: Preparation for data return from the InSight mission to Mars, ICARUS, Vol. 248, pp. 230-242, MAR 1, 2015. [Détails]
  • L. Parisi, A. M. G. Ferreira et Y. Capdeville. Validity domain of the Born approximation for seismic waveform modelling in realistic 3-D Earth structure, GEOPHYSICAL JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL, Vol. 200, pp. 908-914, Fév, 2015. [Détails]
  • K. J. Pinheiro, A. Jackson et H. Amit. On the applicability of Backus' mantle filter theory, GEOPHYSICAL JOURNAL INTERNATIONAL, Vol. 200, pp. 1336-1346, Mar, 2015. [Détails]
  • M. Pondrelli et al. Equatorial Layered Deposits in Arabia Terra, Mars: Facies and process variability, GSA Bulletin. 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]
  • L. Remusat et al. New constraints on the water budget in the martian breccia meteorite NWA 7533, METEORITICS & PLANETARY SCIENCE, Vol. 50, Aoû, 2015. [Détails]
  • L. Sanai, I. Chenini, A. Ben Mammou et É. Mercier. Fracture related-fold patterns analysis and hydrogeological implications: Insight from fault-propagation fold in Northwestern of Tunisia, JOURNAL OF AFRICAN EARTH SCIENCES, Vol. 101, pp. 375-382, Jan, 2015. [Détails]
  • D. Saturnino, B. Langlais, F. Civet, E. Thébault et M. Mandea. Main field and secular variation candidate models for the 12th IGRF generation after 10 months of Swarm measurements, Earth, Planets, and Space, Vol. 67. 2015. [Détails]
  • V. Sautter et al. In situ evidence for continental crust on early Mars, NATURE GEOSCIENCE, Vol. 8, pp. 605-+, Aoû, 2015. [Détails]
  • S. Schroeder et al. Hydrogen detection with ChemCam at Gale crater, ICARUS, Vol. 249, pp. 43-61, MAR 15, 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]
  • 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]
  • F. Terra-Nova, H. Amit, G. A. Hartmann et R. I. F. Trindade. The time dependence of reversed archeomagnetic flux patches, JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-SOLID EARTH, Vol. 120, pp. 691-704, Fév, 2015. [Détails]
  • E. Thébault et al. Evaluation of candidate geomagnetic field models for IGRF-12, Earth Planets Space, Vol. 67. 2015. [Détails]
  • E. Thébault et al. International Geomagnetic Reference Field: the twelfth generation, Earth Planets Space, Vol. 67. 2015. [Détails]
  • A. Thibault de Chanvalon et al. Two-dimensional distribution of living benthic foraminifera in anoxic sediment layers of an estuarine mudflat (Loire estuary, France), Biogeosciences, Vol. 12, pp. 6219-6234, Oct, 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]
  • 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]
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