Souness Glacier-like Form Top Trumps

This is a webpage detailing Martian glacier-like forms from the work of Colin Souness in his PhD and subsequent research paper (Souness et al. 2012).

The information on each glacier-like form comes from the data table attached to the paper, with links to Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera, and Mars Reconnaisance Orbiter HiRISE coverage in their vicinities found by myself.

In the course of my dissertation, I generated polygon extents of the Souness GLFs based on the head, centre, terminus, and left and right mid-channel locations given by Souness, assuming a constant channel width. which are presented below overlaid on the HRSC nadir image or DTM where this is available.

Where there is overlap between the extent of the Souness GLF itself and the HiRISE footprint, the link to the HiRISE image or anaglyph is shown in bold.

Warning: Under construction.

Things might suddenly change or stop working.

Index page, with links to a list of HiRISE 3D anaglyphs overlapping or in the vicinity of Souness glacier-like forms, and a list of HiRISE DTMs near Souness objects.

Click on the button below to go to a numbered Souness object. Alternatively press Enter. Write r in the input box or click the button on the right to choose a random one.


Go to Souness object N
Click to choose a random Souness glacier-like form.
CategoryValue
Centre longitude:
Centre latitude:
Region:
MRO Context Camera image:
Mars Express DTM coverage:
Mars Express DTM resolution:
Mars Express ND3 coverage:
Mars Express SR3 coverage:
HiRISE coverage:
Bold type denotes overlap with extent, normal with wider context area.
HiRISE anaglyph:
HiRISE DTM:
Length:
Width:
Area:
Elevation (mean of buffer from Souness et al. 2012):
Orientation:
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Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera (link to HRSCView at Freie Universit├Ąt Berlin) data courtesy of the European Space Agency.

Gwrys gans (created by) David Trethewey. 2016 davidtreth[orth]gmail.com