Canyons, Craters and Drifting Dunes -- Terrestrial Analogues on Earth’s Moon & Mars

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Canyons, Craters and Drifting Dunes - Terrestrial Analogues on Earth’s Moon & Mars

Earth and Moon

Exploring the Moon

Canyon Walls -- Earth and Moon

Grabens on Earth and Moon

Impacts & Mare -- Earth and Moon

Complex Craters -- Earth and Moon

Simple Craters -- Earth and Moon

Earth and Mars

Cratered Terrain -- Earth and Mars

Crater Details -- Earth and Mars

Igneous & Impact Craters -- Earth

Igneous & Impact Craters -- Detail

Dendritic Patterns -- Earth and Mars

Shifting Sands -- Earth and Mars

Shifting Sands -- Detail

Vast Canyons -- Earth and Mars

Canyon Details -- Earth and Mars

High, Dry Valleys -- Earth and Mars

Towering Volcanoes -- Earth and Mars

Great Volcanoes -- Details

Volcanic Craters -- Earth and Mars

Glaciers -- Earth and Mars

Concluding Remark

List of Sources

Recommended citation (MLA Style): Willis, K.J., Dickerson, P. W., and McRay, B.H. 1998. Canyons, Craters and Drifting Dunes Terrestrial Analogues on Earth’s Moon & Mars, Earth Observations and Imaging Newsletter, Office of Earth Sciences, NASA Johnson Space Center. <http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov/new/newsletter/planetary/sld001.htm> (Date accessed) Graphic Design and Images: Brett H. McRay and Leslie Upchurch

Author: Kimberly Willis, Patricia Wood Dickerson and Brett McRay

Home Page: http://eol.jsc.nasa.gov

Other information:
Presented by the Office of Earth Sciences, NASA Johnson Space Center, March 2000. These pages provide a sequence of comparative views of geological features on Earth, the Moon, and Mars.

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