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2018

  • 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]
  • A. Solomonidou et al. The Spectral Nature of Titan's Major Geomorphological Units: Constraints on Surface Composition, JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-PLANETS, Vol. 123, pp. 489-507, Fév, 2018. [Détails]
  • N. Stein et al. Desiccation cracks provide evidence of lake drying on Mars, Sutton Island member, Murray formation, Gale Crater, GEOLOGY, Vol. 46, pp. 515-518, Jui, 2018. [Détails]
  • 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]
  • E. Thébault, B. Langlais, J. Oliveira, H. Amit et L. Leclercq. A time-averaged regional model of the Hermean magnetic field, Physics of the Earth and Planetary Interiors, Vol. 276, pp. 93 - 105. 2018. [Détails]
  • L. L Tornabene 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, pp. 18. 2018. [Détails]
  • A. Triantafyllou et al. Intra-oceanic arc growth driven by magmatic and tectonic processes recorded in the Neoproterozoic Bougmane arc complex (Anti-Atlas, Morocco), Precambrian Research, Vol. 304, pp. 39 - 63. 2018. [Détails]
  • M. Turbet et al. Modeling climate diversity, tidal dynamics and the fate of volatiles on TRAPPIST-1 planets, Astronomy & Astrophysics, Vol. 612, pp. A86. 2018. [Détails]
  • E. P. Turtle et al. Titan's Meteorology Over the Cassini Mission: Evidence for Extensive Subsurface Methane Reservoirs, GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS, Vol. 45, pp. 5320-5328, JUN 16, 2018. [Détails]
  • S. D Vance et al. Geophysical investigations of habitability in ice-covered ocean worlds, Journal of Geophysical Research: Planets, Vol. 123, pp. 180-205. 2018. [Détails]
  • A. Watlet et al. Imaging groundwater infiltration dynamics in the karst vadose zone with long-term ERT monitoring, Hydrology and Earth System Sciences, Vol. 22, pp. 1563-1592. 2018. [Détails]

2017

  • A. B. Thibault de Chanvalon, É. Metzger, A. Mouret, J. B Knoery, E. Geslin et F. J. R. c Meysman. Two dimensional mapping of iron release in marine sediments at submillimetre scale, Marine Chemistry, Vol. 191, pp. 34-49. 2017. [Détails]
  • R. J. Baumgartner et al. The role of sulfides in the fractionation of highly siderophile and chalcophile elements during the formation of martian shergottite meteorites, GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA, Vol. 210, pp. 1-24, AUG 1, 2017. [Détails]
  • J. Berger, K. Lo, H. Diot, A. Triantafyllou, G. Plissart et O. Féménias. Deformation-driven Differentiation during in situ Crystallization of the 2·7 Ga Iguilid Mafic Intrusion (West African Craton, Mauritania), Journal of Petrology, Vol. 58, pp. 819-840. 2017. [Détails]
  • M. Bonnin, S. Chevrot, I. Gaudot, M. Haugmard et {. PYROPE Working Group}. Upper-mantle deformation beneath the Pyrenean domain inferred from \textitSKS splitting in northern Spain and southern France, Geophysical Journal International, Vol. 210, pp. 898-910. 2017. [Détails]
  • A. Bragagni et al. The geological record of base metal sulfides in the cratonic mantle: A microscale Os-187/Os-188 study of peridotite xenoliths from Somerset Island, Rae Craton (Canada), GEOCHIMICA ET COSMOCHIMICA ACTA, Vol. 216, pp. 264-285, NOV 1, 2017. [Détails]
  • N. T. Bridges et al. Martian aeolian activity at the Bagnold Dunes, Gale Crater: The view from the surface and orbit, JOURNAL OF GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH-PLANETS, Vol. 122, pp. 2077-2110, Oct, 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]
  • O. Cadek, M. Behounkova, G. Tobie et G. Choblet. Viscoelastic relaxation of Enceladus’s ice shell, Icarus, Vol. 291, pp. 31-35. 2017. [Détails]
  • F. Cesbron et al. SEQUESTERED CHLOROPLASTS IN THE BENTHIC FORAMINIFER HAYNESINA GERMANICA: CELLULAR ORGANIZATION, OXYGEN FLUXES AND POTENTIAL ECOLOGICAL IMPLICATIONS, Journal of Foraminiferal Research, Vol. 47, pp. 268-278. 2017. [Détails]
  • B. Chauviré, B. Rondeau et N. Mangold. Near infrared signature of opal and chalcedony as a proxy for their structure and formation conditions, EUROPEAN JOURNAL OF MINERALOGY, Vol. 29, pp. 409-421, Jui, 2017. [Détails]
  • 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]
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