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  • G. Choblet, G. Tobie, C. Sotin, K. Kalousova et O. Grasset. Heat transport in the high-pressure ice mantle of large icy moons, Icarus, Vol. 285, pp. 252-262. 2017. [Détails]
  • G. Choblet et al. Powering prolonged hydrothermal activity inside Enceladus, Nature Astronomy, pp. 1. 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]
  • A. Cousin et al. Classification of igneous rocks analyzed by ChemCam at Gale crater, Mars, ICARUS, Vol. 288, pp. 265-283, MAY 15, 2017. [Détails]
  • J. B. Creech et al. Late accretion history of the terrestrial planets inferred from platinum stable isotopes, GEOCHEMICAL PERSPECTIVES LETTERS, Vol. 3, pp. 94-104. 2017. [Détails]
  • C. Dumoulin, G. Tobie, O. Verhoeven, P. Rosenblatt et N. Rambaux. Tidal constraints on the interior of Venus, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, pp. n/a-n/a. 2017. [Détails]
  • N. A Duros. Benthic foraminiferal response to sedimentary disturbance in the Capbreton canyon (Bay of Biscay, NE Atlantic), Deep-Sea Research Part I: Oceanographic Research Papers, Vol. 120, pp. 61-75. 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]
  • J. Frydenvang et al. Diagenetic silica enrichment and late-stage groundwater activity in Gale crater, Mars, GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, Vol. 44, pp. 4716-4724, MAY 28, 2017. [Détails]
  • A. Le Gall et al. Thermally anomalous features in the subsurface of Enceladus's south polar terrain, Nature Astronomy, Vol. 1. 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]
  • R. H. Hewins et al. Regolith breccia Northwest Africa 7533: Mineralogy and petrology with implications for early Mars, METEORITICS & PLANETARY SCIENCE, Vol. 52, pp. 89-124, Jan, 2017. [Détails]
  • F. Hodel et al. Unusual massive magnetite veins and highly altered Cr-spinels as relics of a Cl-rich acidic hydrothermal event in Neoproterozoic serpentinites (Bou Azzer ophiolite, Anti-Atlas, Morocco), Precambrian Research. 2017. [Détails]
  • V. Lainey et al. New constraints on Saturn's interior from Cassini astrometric data, Icarus, Vol. 281, pp. 286-296. 2017. [Détails]
  • B. Langlais, F. Civet et E. Thébault. In situ and remote characterization of the external field temporal variations at Mars, J. Geophys. Res., Vol. 122. 2017. [Détails]
  • N. Mangold et al. Classification scheme for sedimentary and igneous rocks in Gale crater, Mars, Icarus, Vol. 284, pp. 1-17, Mar 1, 2017. [Détails]
  • M. Nachon et al. Chemistry of diagenetic features analyzed by ChemCam at Pahrump Hills, Gale crater, Mars, Icarus, Vol. 281, pp. 121-136, Jan 1, 2017. [Détails]
  • V. Payre et al. Alkali trace elements in Gale crater, Mars, with ChemCam: Calibration update and geological implications, JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-PLANETS, Vol. 122, pp. 650-679, Mar, 2017. [Détails]
  • G. Plissart, C. Monnier, H. Diot, M. M{\u{a}}run{\c{t}}iu, J. Berger et A. Triantafyllou. Petrology, geochemistry and Sm-Nd analyses on the Balkan-Carpathian Ophiolite (BCO--Romania, Serbia, Bulgaria): Remnants of a Devonian back-arc basin in the easternmost part of the Variscan domain, Journal of Geodynamics, Vol. 105, pp. 27-50. 2017. [Détails]
  • F. Postberg, G. Tobie et T. Dambeck. Under the Sea of Enceladus (vol 315, pg 38, 2016), SCIENTIFIC AMERICAN, Vol. 316, pp. 6-6. 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]
  • 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]
  • W. Rapin et al. Quantification of water content by laser induced breakdown spectroscopy on Mars, SPECTROCHIMICA ACTA PART B-ATOMIC SPECTROSCOPY, Vol. 130, pp. 82-100, APR 1, 2017. [Détails]
  • P. Roperch et al. Surface vitrification caused by natural fires in Late Pleistocene wetlands of the Atacama Desert, EARTH AND PLANETARY SCIENCE LETTERS, Vol. 469, pp. 15-26, JUL 1, 2017. [Détails]
  • D. M. Rubin et al. Fluidized-sediment pipes in Gale crater, Mars, and possible Earth analogs, Geology, Vol. 45, pp. 7-10, Jan, 2017. [Détails]
  • D. Saturnino, B. Langlais, H. Amit, F. Civet, M. Mandea et É. Beucler. Combining virtual observatory and equivalent source dipole approaches to describe the geomagnetic field with Swarm measurements, Phys. of the Earth and Planet. Int.. 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]
  • 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. Terra-Nova, H. Amit, G. A. Hartmann, R. I. F. Trindade et K. J. Pinheiro. Relating the South Atlantic Anomaly and geomagnetic flux patches, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, pp. -. 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]
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