Pingos, palsas and lithalsas: comparison with the Martian mounds
On Mars, mounds similar to pingos were described for a long time. From the Canadian Arctic, some rare pingos which are neither of the Greenland type, nor of the Mackenzie type may be equivalent of some features on Mars. On the other hand, remnants of lithalsas looks very similar to “ring shaped features” described by de Pablo & Komatsu (2009) in the Utopia Basin.
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Document Type: Research Article
Publication date: 01 December 2011
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