JGR-Planets 25th Anniversary
2016 marks the 25th anniversary of the first issue of JGR: Planets. We marked this occasion with a collection of review papers focused on enduring and fundamental themes in planetary science that have framed the past quarter century and will strongly influence research and exploration in the next quarter century. With topics covering bodies small and large, processes on and in solid planets and giant planets, in atmospheres, and around other stars, this collection samples the broad scope of planetary science and of JGR: Planets.
- Modeling tsunami propagation and the emplacement of thumbprint terrain in an early Mars ocean
- Studying Martian Rocks Without Leaving Planet Earth
- Evaluating an impact origin for Mercury’s high-magnesium region
- Sorting out compositional trends in sedimentary rocks of the Bradbury Group (Aeolus Palus), Gale Crater, Mars
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