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DEBRIS FLOWS OR LAVA FLOWS ON MARS? SHAPES OF TERRESTRIAL COUNTERPARTS MAY HELP IDENTIFY FLOWS IMAGED IN UPCOMING MISSIONS
Michaels, G., and Greeley, R., 1997, Debris flows or lava flows on Mars? Shapes of terrestrial counterparts may help identify flows imaged in upcoming missions [abs.]: in Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 28, Abstracts of Papers Submitted, v. 28, no. 2, p. 949-950.
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