2nd International Workshop - Exploring Mars and its Earth Analogues

PRELIMINARY PROGRAMME

 
Monday 18th
14:00 - 18:00 Registration
19:00 - 20:30 Welcome Cocktail and Introductory Invited talk
 
Tuesday 19th
09:00 - 09:30 ASI\CSA\ESA\IRSPS Welcome
Mars Missions: New findings and perspectives
09:30 - 09:45 Opening speech
Chairperson: E. Flamini
09:45 - 10:15 [30] Chicarro A.F., Mars Express - Discoveries after more than three years in orbit
10:15 - 10:30 Coffee Break
10:30 - 11:00 [131] Vago J.L., G. Kminek, P. Baglioni, B. Gardini, D. McCoy, G. Gianfiglio, A. Haldemann, A. Elfving, and the ExoMars Project Team (1), ExoMars: ESA’s Mission to Search for signs of Life on Mars
11:00 - 11:30 [88] Zurek R (1), Smrekar S (1), Keating G (2), Malin M (3), McCleese D (1), McEwen A (4), Murchie S (5), Phillips R (6), Seu R (7) and Zuber M (8), Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter: New Views and Comparative Study of Mars
11:30 - 12:00 [26] Cassi C.(1), M. Capuano(2), Vincenzo Giorgio(3) , EXOMARS MISSION DESCRIPTION AND ARCHITECTURE
Mars analogues: The agency updates
Chairperson: G.G. Ori
12:00 - 12:20 ASI
12:20 - 12:40 CSA
12:40 - 13:00 ESA
13:00 - 13:20 NASA
*** LUNCH ***
Comparative planetary geology: Processes studies I
Chairperson: S. Clifford
14:40 - 15:00 [67] Pondrelli, M. (1), Rossi, A.P. (2), Marinangeli, L. (1), Hauber, E. (3), Gwinner., K. (3), Baliva A. (1), Di Lorenzo, S. (1), Morphofacies analysis and water level fluctuations of the Eberswalde crater
15:00 - 15:20 [33] Laval B E(1), D S S Lim (2), D Reid (3), G F Slater (4), C P McKay (5), Pavilion Lake Research Project - merging science and exploration to meet analog research objectives
15:20 - 15:40 [127] Pettinelli E. (1), Marinangeli L. (2), Komatsu G. (2), Biccari D. (3), Giacomoni E. (3), Cutigni M. (3), Provenziani M. (3), Ori G.G.(2), Fuga O. (3), Orosei R. (4), Frigeri A. (5), Seu R. (3), Phillips R.J. (6), Plaut J.J. (7), Campbell B.A. (8), Smrekar S.E. (7), Holt J.W. (9), Safaeinili A. (7), Kofman W. (10), Flamini E. (11) and the SHARAD Team , Understanding the three-dimensional stratification of Mars Polar Layered Terrains seen by SHARAD using terrestrial analogies
15:40 - 16:00 [15] Pearce Geoffrey, Dominic Veillette, and Richard Soare, The recent (late Amazonian) post-glacial formation of ground ice in Utopia Planitia and western Elysium Planitia
16:00 - 16:20 [102] Clifford S. (1), Heggy E. (1,2), Ciarletti V. (3), Le Gall A. (3), Kofman W. (4) and Herique A. (4) , A Collaborative Study of the Use of Multi-Frequency GPR and Other Field and Laboratory Investigations of Mars Analog Environments
16:20 - 16:40 Coffee Break
Chairperson: L. Marinangeli
16:40 - 17:00 [100] Blank J.G. (1, 2), Dobson P.F. (3), and Blake D.F. (2), Ophiolites as Mars Analog Sites
17:00 - 17:20 [62] Merrison, J.P., Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Nornberg, P., Rasmussen, K.R., Wind Induced Erosion and Deposition on Mars: Observations and Laboratory Simulations.
17:20 - 17:40 [74] Sgavetti Maria (1), Loredana Pompilio (1), Cristian Carli (1), Stefania Amici (1,2), Marco Roveri (1), Vinicio Manzi (1), Stefano Lugli (3), Tiziano Boschetti (1), Lucia Marinangeli (4), Terrestrial analogues for Mars sulfates
17:40 - 18:00 [71] Langevin Y., J-P. Bibring, F. Poulet, B. Gondet, Contributions of OMEGA on Mars Express to our understanding of Mars Mineralogy
 
Wednesday 20th
The role of analog studies in preparing for the future robotic and human exploration of Mars and the Moon
Chairperson: P. Lee
09:10 - 09:40
Invited speech
A. Berinstain
09:40 - 10:00 [126] Taj-Eddine K. (1), Ori G.G. (1,2) and I Dell'Arciprete (1), The Ibn Battuta Centre at Marrakech (Morocco) a field centre for Mars Exploration
10:00 - 10:20 [4] Waters, G.C.R. (1), Gidzinski, D. (1), Dixon M.A. (1), Masot, A. (2), Godia, F. (2), Paille, C. (3), Lamaze, B. (3), Lasseur, C. (3), Integration of a Higher Plant Chamber into the European Space Agency’s MELiSSA Pilot Plant: The Canadian Role in Advanced Life Support Test-Bed Development
10:20 - 10:40 [113] Osinski G. R. (1), Lee P. (2), Berinstain A. (1), Snook K. (3), Cockell C. S. (4), Lim D. S. S. (5), Braham S. (6), Science from a lunar or martian base: Lessons learned from the scientific exploration of the Haughton crater, Canadian High Arctic
10:40 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:20 [41] Pollard W. (1), Whyte L. (2), Anderson D. (3), Omelon C. (4), Niederberger T. (2), Ecclestone M. (5) and Haltigin T. (1), Overview of analogue science activities at the McGill Arctic Research Station (MARS), Axel Heiberg Island, Canadian high arctic
11:20 - 11:40 [53] Trabucchi T. (1), Ronchi A. (1) and Domeneghetti M.C.(1) , Two Mars analogue on Earth experiences: the Mona Lisa all-female crew (MDRS, Utah Desert) and the FMARS mixed crew (Devon Island, Canadian Arctic)
11:40 - 12:00 [20] Groemer G. (1), Frischauf N. (2) and Soucek A. (3), AustroMars - a high fidelity human surface expedition simulation
12:00 - 12:20 [17] Pullan, D (1), The Planetary Analogue Field Studies Network (PAFS-net)
12:20 - 12:40 [52] Niederberger, TD (1), Perreault NN (1) (2), Steven, B (1), Bottos, E (1), Vincent, W, (3) Anderson, DT (4), Haltigin TW (5), Pollard WH (5), Greer, CW (2), Whyte LG (1) , Martian Analogue Sites in the Canadian High Arctic for Exobiology Investigations
*** LUNCH ***
Comparative planetary geology: Processes studies II
Chairperson: G. Komatsu
14:30 - 15:00
Invited speech
D.Beaty, R. Zurek, Strategich Considerations for the Exploration of Mars: 2013-2030
15:00 - 15:20 [65] Tornabene L. L. (1), Osinski G. R. (2), McEwen A. S. (1), Pelkey S. M. (3) and Wray J. J. (4) , A possible impact origin for phyllosilicates on Mars: Examples from terrestrial impact melt-bearing lithologies
15:20 - 15:40 [89] Lefort A., Russell P., Thomas N. and the HiRISE Team, Periglacial features in the martian mid-latitudes, insight from HiRISE
15:40 - 16:00 [93] Mazzini A. (1), Svensen H. (1), Planke S. (1,2), Gisler G. (1), Akhmanov G.G. (3), Guliyev I. (4), Mud volcanism on Earth: analogue for Mars exploration?
16:00 - 16:20 Coffee Break
Chairperson: K. Taj-Eddine
16:20 - 16:40 [70] Osinski G. R. (1) and Soare R. J. (2,3), Evidence for widespread and recent (very late Amazonian) ponding in Utopia and western Elysium Planitia, based on terrestrial polar analogues
16:40 - 17:00 [136] Pascal Lee, Haughton-Mars Project 1997-2007: A Decade of Mars Analog Science and Exploration Research at Haughton Crater, Devon Island, High Arctic.
17:00 - 17:20 [125] Ori G. G. (1, 2) and Taj-Eddine K. (2), The Southern Morocco as an arid environment for experiencing Mars on Earth
17:20 - 17:40 [16] Veillette D. (1), Pearce G. (1), Soare R. (1) (2) , C. Roehm (3), The emplacement of massive ice in the Tuktoyaktuk coastlands, northern Canada: a possible geological lens on Mars
20:00 - SOCIAL DINNER
 
Thursday 21st
Characterization and Comparison of Martian and Terrestrial Analogue Materials
Chairperson: K. Tanaka
09:10 - 09:40
Invited speech
[116] McEwen Alfred S. and the HiRISE Team, Geology of Mars from MRO/HiRISE
09:40 - 10:00 [25] Gunnlaugsson H. P. (1), Rasmussen H. (1), Nørnberg P. (1), Kristjánsson L. (2), Steinthorsson S. (2), Mössbauer Spectroscopy of Olivine Basalt from Gusev Crater on Mars and Terrestrial Olivine Basalt: Implications for the Presence of Magnetic Anomalies on Mars and Erosion Processes
10:00 - 10:20 [47] Clenet H. (1), Heuripeau F. (1), Pinet P. (1), Daydou Y. (1), Ceuleneer G. (1), Rosemberg C. (1), Baratoux D. (1), Chevrel S. (1), MGM deconvolution of hyperspectral data applied to the study of mafic minerals units in Oman’s ophiolite (Earth) and Syrtis Major volcano (Mars)
10:20 - 10:40 [50] Peterson R.C., W. Nelson , B.Madu and H. F.Shurvell , MgSO4-11H2O: A new mineral on Earth, and a probable mineral on Mars
10:40 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:20 [58] Essam Heggy (1,2) Stephen M. Clifford (1) Amine Younsi (3) Jean-Louis Miane (3) Ruth A. Carley (4) and Richard V. Morris (5), THE DIELECTRIC PROPERTIES OF THE MARTIAN DUST AND ICE-DUST MIXTURES ANALOG MATERIALS
11:20 - 11:40 [98] Marinangeli L. (1), Pettinelli E. (2), Vannaroni G. (3), Cereti A. (4), Rossi A. P. (5), Baliva A. (1), Biccari D. (6) and Seu R. (6), Dielectric properties of the Mars surface from analogue rock samples
11:40 - 12:00 [118] Orosei R. (1), Federico C. (2), Flamini E. (3), Frigeri A. (2), Holt J. W. (4), Marinangeli L. (5), Pettinelli E. (6), Phillips R. J. (7), Plaut J. J. (8), Safaeinili A. (8) and Seu R. (9), Subsurface sounding radar data over the putative sub-surface ocean in Cerberus Palus, Mars. Comparison with possible Terrestrial analogues
12:00 - 12:20 [107] Barge L.M.(1), J. Petruska (2), K. Nealson (1), Experimental Observations of Diffusion-Driven Mineral Precipitation: Implications for Concretion Formation on Earth and Mars
12:20 - 12:40 [59] Villar Jorge S.E. (1) J. Jehlièka (2), Raman spectroscopic characterisation of sulphate weathering crusts occurring on Neoproterozoic black shales at Chvaletice – possible importance for Mars analog studies
*** LUNCH ***
Chairperson: G. Osinski
15:00 - 15:20 [97] Marinangeli L. (1), Baliva A. (1), Piluso E. (2), Stevoli A. (3), Hutchison I. (4), Ambrosi R. (5), Delhez R. (6), Van der Gaast S. (6), Scandelli L. (3), Critani F. (1), Holland A. (4), Nelms N. (7) and the MARS-XRD Team, Charaterisation of Mars analogue samples with MARS-XRD instrument
15:20 - 15:40 [64] Montanaro S., Politi R., Blanco A., Fonti S., Marra A. C., Marzo G. A., Orofino V., Deconvolution of intimate mixtures spectra for comparison with Martian observations.
15:40 - 16:00 Coffee Break
16:00 - 16:20 [29] Nornberg, P., Gunnlaugsson, H.P., Merrison, J.P., Vendelboe, A.L., SALTEN SKOV I: A MARTIAN DUST ANALOGUE
16:20 - 16:40 [78] Sobron, P. (1), Nielsen, C. (2) and Sanz A. (1), Characterization of the chemical constituents of stream water and its associated precipitates and efflorescent minerals in Rio Tinto (Huelva, Spain)
16:40 - 17:00 [23] Skinner, J.A. Jr., Terrestrial sedimentary diapirism as a viable analog process for the Martian northern plains
17:00 - 17:20 [38] Mahaffy, P. (1), Atreya, S. (2), Cabane, M (3), Webster, C. (4), Fristad, K. (5), Franz, H. (5), Botta, O (6), and Conrad, P. (4), Analogue studies for organics analysis on the 2009 Mars Science Laboratory
17:20 - 17:40 [133] Esposito Francesca (1), Ted L. Roush (2), George R. Rossman (3), and Luigi Colangeli (1), Measurement of the Optical Constants of Gypsum from Mid-Infrared to Visible for Modeling of Martian Deposits
 
Friday 22nd
The Search for Life on Mars and the Role of Analogues
Chairperson: TBD
09:10 - 09:40
Keynote speech
S. Di Pippo
09:40 - 10:00 [39] Perreault N. (1, 2), Andersen D. (3), Pollard W. (4), Greer C. (2), and Whyte L. (1), Cold perennial springs in the Canadian High Arctic as terrestrial analogues for Mars
10:00 - 10:20 [42] Preston L. J. (1), Genge M. J. (1) and Ghail R. (1), Biomarkers within siliceous deposits on Earth and their implications for Mars
10:20 - 10:40 [130] Kminek G., Planetary Protection Constraints and Landing Site Restrictions
10:40 - 11:00 Coffee Break
11:00 - 11:20 [82] Barbieri R. (1), Stivaletta N. (1), Bosco M. (2), Ori G.G. (3), Picard C. (2), Cavalazzi B. (1), George A. D. (4) , Continental and coastal saline lake deposits as geomicrobiological archives
11:20 - 11:40 [55] Forrest A. (1), Laval B. (1), Lacustrine Growth Conditions of Modern Microbialites: An AUV Perspective
11:40 - 12:00 [76] Karayevskaya E.S.(1), E.A. Vorobyova(1), G.A.Osipov(2), ANTARCTIC PERMAFROST AS LIVING ECOSYSTEM: ASTROBIOLOGICAL INTERPRETATION OF ENVIRONMENTAL DATA
12:00 - 12:20 [111] Johnson A. (1), Pratt, L. (1), Rhodes D. (2), Negrini R. (3), Evaporitic Minerals as Substrates for Biomolecule Preservation in the Geologic Record
12:20 - 12:40 [121] Smith, H.D. , A comparison of the Moab, Mojave, and Atacama soil bioload using a novel life detection instrument
*** LUNCH ***
Data analysis and instruments for Mars and Mars analogue studies
Chairperson: G. Neukum
15:00 - 15:20 [60] Tanaka K.L.(1), J.A. Skinner, Jr.(1), L. A. Crumpler(2), and J. M. Dohm(3), Photogeologic Mapping of Mars: Lessons Learned from Test Mapping of the San Francisco Volcanic Field, Arizona, USA
15:20 - 15:40 [68] Westall France(1), Derek Pullan(2), Christian Schröder(3), Göstar Klingelhöfer(3), Susana Jorge Villar(4), Howell Edwards(5), and Gordon Cressey(2) , Mars mission relevant investigations on ~ 3.5 Ga Mars analogue rocks from the Pilbara and Barberton
15:40 - 16:00 [99] Guizzo G.P. (1), Bertoli A.(1), Della Torre A.(1), Magistrati G.(1), Mailland F.(1), Vukman I.(1), Philippe C.(2), Manzano-Jurado M.(3), Ori G.G. (4), Macdonald M.(5), Romberg O. (6), Debei S. (7), Zaccariotto M. (7), Testing GNC Technologies for Planetary Landing on Mars and Moon analogues
16:00 - 16:20 [95] Herique A., E. Heggy, S. Clifford, A. Roux, W. Kofman, M. Dechambre, V. Ciarletti, GPR study of Martian analogue terrains: goal, results and perspectives
16:20 - 16:40 Coffee Break
Chairperson: A. Coradini
16:40 - 17:00 [101] Zaccariotto M.(°), S. Debei(°), C. Bettanini(°),G. Parzianello(°),M. Giacometti(°),R. Finotello(*), R. Campaci(*), G. Rossi(*), G. Visentin(§), Autonomous robot for subsoil exploration : GMD System development and integration
17:00 - 17:20 [18] Stoker Carol R., The 2005 MARTE Robotic Drilling Experiment in Rio Tinto Spain: Results of an Analog Mission to Search for Life in the Martian Subsurface
17:20 - 17:40 [35] Frischauf Norbert, Tobias Bartusch, Manfred Hettmer, Robert Klotzer, Mario Lassnig, David Schwarzhans, Willibald Stumptner, Michael Taraba, Patrick Wikus, AUTONOMOUS AND INTERACTIVE REPAIR IN COLLABORATION WITH A MISSION CONTROL CENTER: LESSONS LEARNED FROM THE AUSTROMARS ROVER REPAIR ACTIVITIES
17:40 - 18:00 [69] Genta Giancarlo, Nicola Amati, Wheeled rovers: basic mobility considerations
18:00 - 18:20 [123] Klingelhöfer G. (1), Schröder C. (1), Morris R.V. (2), Rodionov D. (1,3), Ming D. M. (2), Yen A. (4), and Fleischer I. (1), Three Years of Mössbauer Spectroscopy on Mars exploring the Fe-Mineralogy on Board the Mars Exploration Rovers Spirit and Opportunity
 
Saturday 23rd
Special session on Landing sites
Chairperson: C. Stoker
09:15 - 09:35 [72] Tamppari L.K. (1), Smith. P.H. (2), and the Phoenix Landing Site Team, The Phoenix Landing Site: What we know and why we want to go there
09:35 - 09:55 [86] Smrekar S.E.(1), M. Golombek (1), J. Grant (2), Mars Science Laboratory Landing Site Selection
09:55 - 10:15 Presentation of the selection Procedure for the landing site of ExoMars
10:15 - 10:45 Coffee Break
10:45 - 13:00 Round Table on the future of terrestrial Mars Analog studies - opportunities for international cooperation - Summary of the conference
G. Osinski, A. Berinstain, G.G. Ori, S. Smrekar, S. Di Pippo, E. Flamini, D. Beaty, J. Vago, R. Zurek
13:00 Closure of the Conference and Start of the Field Trip

POSTERS
[1] Haranas Ioannis 1 and Spiros Pagiatakis 2, Mars dust storms and their effect on low orbiters
[2] António M. (1), Finkelstein D. (2), Rollo D. (1), Pratt L. (3), Bauer C. (1), Model Environment For Early Earth Planeary History Harbors New Deeply Divergent Microbial Divisions
[6] Skidmore M.S.(1), R. M. Ambrosi (1), F. C. Charlwood(2), B. Rozitis(1), Gamma Ray Spectroscopy in Mars Orbit
[8] Skidmore M. S.(1), R. M. Ambrosi (1), N. Nelms (2), A. J. Ball (3), S. D. Wolters (3), H. Simon (4), N. Bannister (1), D. L. Talboys (1), A Hybrid X-Gamma Detector for In-situ Planetary Science
[9] Zealey William J., Extensive Ridge Structures on the Echus Chasma Plateau, Upper Kasei Vallis
[10] Schneck Therese Civil Engineer, Ordovician_Noachian Dynamic change of CO2
[11] Fernández-Remolar D. C. (1), Prieto-Ballesteros O. (1), Friedlander L. (2), Morris R. V. (3), Gómez-Ortíz D., Gómez F., Amils R. (1) and Arvidson R. (2), Subsurface weathering processes in the Rio Tinto basement: an approach to the sulfur cycle on Mars
[12] Pellerin Andre (1), Ian Clark(1), Danielle Fortin(1) and Denis Lacelle(2), Carbonate Biomineralization (Endostromatolites) From Haughton Crater, Devon Island, Nunavut: Analogue for Life on Mars?
[13] Haltigin, T. (1), Pollard, W. (1), Dutilleul, P. (2), Osinski, G. (3) and Seaquist, J. (1), Morphological comparisons of Martian and terrestrial polygonal terrain using spatial point pattern analysis
[14] Nussbaumer, J., Possible sea sediments due to glaciofluvial activity in Elysium Planitia, Mars
[19] Schröder C. (1), Morris R.V. (2), D.W. Ming (2) and Klingelhöfer G. (1), Correlations between Fe-bearing minerals identified by the Mars Exploration Rover Spirit’s Mössbauer spectrometer in Gusev Crater: Insights into crystallization and weathering
[21] Groemer G. (1), PolAres - an integrated Mars expedition field simulation
[22] Mironov V.A.*, E. A. Vorobyova*, A.V. Bolshakova** , I.V.Yaminsky***, ATOMIC FORCE MICROSCOPY IN THE ANALYSIS OF EARTH'S ANCIENT PERMAFROST AS A MODEL FOR FUTURE PLANETARY INVESTIGATIONS
[24] Skinner, L.A. (1) and Skinner, J.A., Jr. (2), Hydromagmatic nuances on Earth and Mars: Re-interpretation of geomorphic features in northeastern Utopia Planitia
[27] Kochemasov G.G., Magmatic alkaline rocks of Mars and Earth: similarities and distinctions
[28] Sims, M.R. (1), Cullen, D. (2), Pullan, D. (1), Wilson, P.K. (2), Holt J. (1), Thompson, D. (1) and SMILE (3), A Life Marker Chip (LMC) for the ExoMars Mission to Mars
[31] Iorio M.(1), F. Fois(2), R. Mecozzi(1), E. Flamini(3), R. Seu(1)., Mars North Polar Cup Subsurface Materials Property Estimation Using GPR SHallow RADar Data
[32] Wan Bun Tseung Jean-Michel (1) and Brian J. Moorman (2), Retrogressive thaw slumps on Mars: constraints on potential formation mechanisms.
[34] Brown I. I., Allen C.C., Sarkisova, S.A., Garrison D. H., McKay D.S. , Considerations on terrestrial iron depositing analogs to earliest Mars
[37] Iorio M.(1), F. Fois(2), R. Mecozzi(1),E. Flamini(3), R. Seu(1)., SUBSURFACE DETECTION IN SHARAD GPR MISSION ON MARS
[40] Onstott T.C., L. West, D. McGown, Arctic Gossan as an Earth Analog to Ancient Mars
[43] Sheshpari, M. (1), Banerjee, N.R. (1), Muehlenbachs, K. (2), Chacko, T. (2), and Furnes, H. (3), Prospecting for evidence of extremophiles in ancient oceanic basalts from Canadian greenstone belts as analogue sites for studies of ancient life on Mars
[44] Fleischer I. (1), Klingelhöfer G. (1), Schröder C. (1), Determination of Weathering Rinds and Surface Layers by Analysis and Simulation of 6.4 and 14.4 keV Backscatter Fe-Mössbauer Spectra Obtained on Rocks in Gusev Crater, Mars
[45] Hazel L. H. Jenkins, Sheryl A. Bolton, S. Kim Juniper, Subsurface Microbiota from a Diffuse Hydrothermal Vent
[46] Mulugeta L. (1), Battler M. M. (2), Kobrick R. L. (3) and Persaud R. (4), A Systematic Crew Selection Process for Mars Analogue Training Expeditions
[48] Draisey, S.(1),Williamson, M.C. (2), Choi (3), E.,Ghafoor, N. , Engineering constraints applied to geophysical surveys in Mars-like terrain : examples from the Expedition Fiord area, Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada.
[49] Lacelle, D. (1), Fisher, D. (2), Berinstain, A. (1), Distinguishing between vapor and liquid formed ground ice in the northern Martian regolith.
[51] Whelley P., McHone J., Neakrase L., and Greeley R., Saharan Dust Devil Tracks; More Analogs for Mars
[54] Komatsu Goro(1), Maiko Taniguchi(2), Takashi Oguchi(2), Zhou Lin(2), Geomorphometric analysis of Martian volcanoes: Height, slope, and ‘drainage density’ relationships
[56] Schibler P.(1), E.Heggy (1)(2) and P. Lognonne (1), Mars Environmental and Soil Simulating Facility for Geophysical and Exobiological Studies
[57] Essam Heggy (1,2) Shuhab D. Khan (3) Philippe Lognonné (2) David Mimoun (2), POTENTIAL OF SYNTHETIC APERTURE RADAR IN MAPPING EXPOSED AND BURIED LAVA FLOWS IN CRATERS OF THE MOON LAVA FIELD: A SUPPORT STUDY FOR PROPOSED MARTIAN SAR EXPRIMENTS
[61] Ecclestone M.A.¹, W.H. Pollard² and D.T. Anderson³, McGill Arctic Research Station (MARS) and Canadian Space Agency (CSA) facilities and logistics for CARN on Axel Heiberg Island, Nunavut, Canada.
[63] Coleman, K. (1), Dixon, J (1,2), Sears, D. (1,3), Roe, L (1,4), Billingsley, L. (1) , An experimental approach to understanding the origin of gullies on Mars
[66] Carrière, M. (1), Stepinski, T.F. (2), Mapping and Analyzing Martian Valley Networks
[73] Gori F. (1) and Corasaniti S. (2), THEORETICAL EVALUATION OF THERMAL CONDUCTIVITY OF MARS SOIL ANALOGUES
[77] Sobron, P. (1), Rull, F. (1), Sobron, F (1), Sanz A. (1) and Acosta, T. (1), Remote Raman/LIBS instrument for the characterization of Mars terrestrial analogues
[79] Kounaves S. (1) and the Phoenix Science Team (2), Chemistry & Mineralogy Experiments on the 2007 Phoenix Mars Scout Mission
[80] Jehlièka J., Edwards H.G.M., Organic minerals and their direct nondestructive detection in rocks using Raman spectroscopy - possible use in exobiological studies
[81] Heuripeau F. (1), Clenet H. (1), Pinet P. (1), Daydou Y. (1), Ceuleneer G. (1), Rosemberg C. (1), Baratoux D. (1), Chevrel S. (1), An oriented MGM methodology to deconvolve hyperspectral data applied to the study of mafic minerals units in Oman's ophiolite (Earth) and Syrtis Major Shield (Mars)
[83] Banin A. (1, 2), Lin C. (3) and Mancinelli R.L. (2), Is nitrogen in Martian soil sampled by the Mars meteorites?
[84] Wilkinson Nicholas (Mars Institute), Pascal Lee (Mars Institute / SETI Institute), Stephen Braham (Mars Institute, Simon Fraser University), John Schutt (Mars Institute), Moon/Mars Research Opportunities in Logistical Support at the Haughton-Mars Project Research Station in the Canadian High Arctic
[85] Nicholas Wilkinson (Mars Institute), Topographic Considerations for Martian Base-Camp Site Selection
[87] Smrekar, S.E. (1), Anderson, S.W. (2), Stofan, E.R. (3), Tumuli on volcanic lava flows as constraints on martian effusion rates
[90] Zinzi A. (1,2), Palomba E. (2), Rinaldi G. (2), D'Amore M. (2), Correction of remote sensed surface albedo by atmospheric effects
[91] Massironi M. (1), Pasquarè G. (2), Giacomini L.(1), Frigeri A.(3), Bistacchi A.(4), Federico C.(3), The Payun-Matru lava field: a source of analogues for Martian long lava flows
[92] Ulamec S.(1), J. Biele (1), J. Block (2), P. Lognonne (3), D. Mimoun (3), T. Spohn (1), The Geophysics Environmental Package of the ExoMars Mission
[94] Barbieri R. (1), Cavalazzi B. (1), Ori G.G. (2), Dimitrov, L. (3), Astrobiology of methane seeps
[96] Stevoli A. (1), Marinangeli L. (2), Biserni M. (1), Bonati A. (1), Monzani F. (1), Scandelli (1), Baliva (2) and the MARS-XRD team, Engineering and design of a combined x-ray diffractometer/fluorescence spectrometer for space application and analogue studies
[103] Magnani P. (1), Re E.(1), Izzo M. (1), Sampling on Mars and other celestial bodies
[104] Perotti C.R. (1), Rinaldi M. (1), Comparison between the extensional tectonic setting of the SW Thaumasia region (Mars) and the northern Ethiopian rift
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