The sustainability of habitability on terrestrial planets: Insights, questions, and needed measurements from Mars for understanding the evolution of Earth-like worlds

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  • B. L. Ehlmann
  • F. S. Anderson
  • J. Andrews-Hanna
  • D. C. Catling
  • P. R. Christensen
  • B. A. Cohen
  • C. D. Dressing
  • C. S. Edwards
  • L. T. Elkins-Tanton
  • K. A. Farley
  • C. I. Fassett
  • W. W. Fischer
  • A. A. Fraeman
  • M. P. Golombek
  • V. E. Hamilton
  • A. G. Hayes
  • C. D. K. Herd
  • B. Horgan
  • R. Hu
  • B. M. Jakosky
  • J. R. Johnson
  • J. F. Kasting
  • L. Kerber
  • E. S. Kite
  • H. A. Knutson
  • J. I. Lunine
  • P. R. Mahaffy
  • N. Mangold
  • F. M. McCubbin
  • J. F. Mustard
  • P. B. Niles
  • C. Quantin-Nataf
  • M. S. Rice
  • K. M. Stack
  • D. J. Stevenson
  • S. T. Stewart
  • M. J. Toplis
  • T. Usui
  • B. P. Weiss
  • S. C. Werner
  • R. D. Wordsworth
  • J. J. Wray
  • R. A. Yingst
  • Y. L. Yung
  • K. J. Zahnle
Original languageEnglish
JournalJournal of Geophysical Research: Earth Surface
Volume121
Issue number10
Pages (from-to)1927-1961
ISSN2169-9097
DOIs
Publication statusPublished - 1 Oct 2016

    Research areas

  • Mars history, planetary evolution, habitability, sustainability, terrestrial exoplanets

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