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Lancaster volcano-ice gathering

Activity: Conference participationParticipation in conference

Shelly Tyson - Speaker


Magma-Cryosphere Interactions on Mars, heat transfer
mechanisms and surface morphology:
Magma-cryosphere interactions appear to have been a widespread geological
process on the planet Mars. Using laboratory analogue experiments I have been
investigating the physical and thermal processes which take place during these
interactions and what impact these processes may have had on surface features
already identified on Mars.

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TitleLancaster volcano-ice gathering
CountryUnited Kingdom