Barlow, N. G.:  Martian impact crater ejecta and interior morphologies: New insights from MGS and Odyssey data analysis.  (Abstract #0703)

Berman, D.C., W. K. Hartmann, D. A. Crown, and V. R. Baker:  Survey of craters with arcuate ridges and gullies in the Newton Basin region on Mars.  (Abstract #0708)

Boyce, J. M., P. Mouginis-Mark, H. Garbeil, and L. A. Soderblom:  History of major degradational events in the highlands of Mars: Preliminary results from crater depth and diameter measurements.  (Abstract #0705)

Haldemann, A. F. C., M. P. Golombek, L. Grumpler, J. Grant, and the Athena Science Team:  Survey of craters by Spirit in Gusev Crater and Opportunity in Meridiani Planum.  (Abstract #0706)

Mouginis-Mark, P. and J. M. Boyce:  Morphology of Martian double layered ejecta craters and the speed of ejecta emplacement.  (Abstract #0711)

Osinski, G. R. and H. J. Melosh:  A search for terrestrial analogues to Martian layered ejecta structures.  (Abstract #0704)

Pierazzo, E., N. A. Artemieva, and B. A. Ivanov:  Characterizing starting conditions for hydrothermal systems underneath Martian craters.  (Abstract #0702)

Rodriguez, J. A. P., S. Sasaki, J. M. Dohm, K. L. Tanaka, H. Miyamoto, V. Baker, J. A. Skinner, G. Komatsu, A. G. Fairen, and J. C. Ferris:  Control of exposed and buried impact craters and related fracture systems on hydrogeology, ground subsidence/collapse, and chaotic terrain formation, Mars.  (Abstract #0701)

Stewart, S. T. and G. J. Valiant:  Validation of martian impact crater geometry measurements.  (Abstract #0707)

Tanaka, K. L., J. A. Skinner, and N. G. Barlow:  Does Mars have a pristine -2 cumulative power law distribution for craters >5 km in diameter?  (Abstract #0712)

Tornabene, L. L., J. Piatek, J. E. Moersch, H. Y. McSween Jr., and P. R. Christensen:  Recognition of rayed craters on Mars using day and nighttime temperature images from the Mars Odyssey's Thermal Emission Imaging System (THEMIS).  (Abstract #0710)

Wright, S. P. and H. E. Newsom:  Thermal infrared spectroscopy of basalt from Lonar Crater, India: Implications for the remote sensing of impact craters on Mars.  (Abstract #0709)



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