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The Atlas of Mars
Mapping its Geography and Geology

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James M. Dohm, Corey M. Fortezzo, Trent M. Hare, Jonathan R. Hill, James A. Skinner, Jr
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  • Publication planned for: September 2019
  • availability: Not yet published - available from September 2019
  • format: Hardback
  • isbn: 9781107036291

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  • Planetary scientist and educator Ken Coles has teamed up with Ken Tanaka from the United States Geological Survey's Astrogeology team, and Phil Christensen, Principal Investigator of the Mars Odyssey orbiter's THEMIS science team, to produce this all-purpose reference atlas, The Atlas of Mars. Each of the thirty standard charts includes: a full-page color topographic map at 1:10,000,000 scale, a THEMIS daytime infrared map at the same scale with features labeled, a simplified geologic map of the corresponding area, and a section describing prominent features of interest. The Atlas is rounded out with extensive material on Mars' global characteristics, regional geography and geology, a glossary of terms, and an indexed gazetteer of up-to-date Martian feature names and nomenclature. This is an essential guide for a broad readership of academics, students, amateur astronomers, and space enthusiasts, replacing the NASA atlas from the 1970s.

    • A unique reference guide to Mars' surface and the diverse features on it
    • Compiled by experts from the United States Geological Survey and the Mars Odyssey satellite THEMIS camera's science team
    • Provides the first modern update since NASA's 1979 Atlas of Mars which used Mariner and Voyager data
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    • Publication planned for: September 2019
    • format: Hardback
    • isbn: 9781107036291
    • dimensions: 280 x 356 mm
    • contains: 314 b/w illus. 205 colour illus.
    • availability: Not yet published - available from September 2019
  • Table of Contents

    Preface
    Acknowledgements
    How to use this Atlas
    1. Introduction
    2. History of exploration of Mars
    3. Global character of Mars
    4. Regional geographic features and surface views of Mars
    5. Geology of Mars
    6. Map sheets 1-30
    Appendices: units on geologic map of Mars
    Unit conversions
    Abbreviations
    Glossary of terms
    Latin descriptors
    Gazetteer
    References
    Sources of images
    Index.

  • Authors

    Kenneth S. Coles, Indiana University of Pennsylvania
    Kenneth S. Coles is Associate Professor and Planetarium Director at Indiana University of Pennsylvania. An award winning teacher, he has dedicated his career to sharing planetary science and geology discoveries with university students, schoolchildren, and the public.

    Kenneth L. Tanaka, United States Geological Survey, Arizona
    Kenneth L. Tanaka is a geologist retired from the US Geological Survey Astrogeology Science Center in Flagstaff, Arizona. He has thirty-five years of experience in the geologic mapping of Mars, informing NASA's exploration missions, and has received the US Department of Interior's Distinguished Service Award.

    Philip R. Christensen, Arizona State University
    Philip R. Christensen is Regents' Professor of Planetary Geoscience at Arizona State University. He is the Principal Investigator for the Mars Odyssey THEMIS instrument and has received the Geological Society of America's G. K. Gilbert Award, NASA's Exceptional Scientific Achievement Medal, and NASA's Public Service Medal.

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    James M. Dohm, Corey M. Fortezzo, Trent M. Hare, Jonathan R. Hill, James A. Skinner, Jr

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