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Part IV - Applications to Planetary Surfaces

Published online by Cambridge University Press:  15 November 2019

Janice L. Bishop
Affiliation:
SETI Institute, California
James F. Bell III
Affiliation:
Arizona State University
Jeffrey E. Moersch
Affiliation:
University of Tennessee, Knoxville
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gamma-ray spectroscopyChemical Index of AlterationPrincipal Component AnalysisMixing modelsradarradargramgeochemicalisotopicmineralogicradar reflectanceAPXSregolithMoonnear-infrared spectroscopycrustal evolutionpyroxenesolivineplagioclasespinelspace weatheringimaging spectrometersrock typeswaterasteroidsvisibleinfraredteflectance spectroscopyemittance spectroscopyolivinepyroxenephyllosilicatesorganicsregolithasteroidscometsimaging spectroscopymissionsRosettaDawnmineralogyCeresVesta67P/Churyumov–GerasimenkospectroscopyCassiniVIMSicy moonsSaturn moonsNew Horizonsnitrogen icemethane icecarbon monoxide icewater iceLEISALORRIMVICRalphHapke modelsPlutoclimatecompositionseasonsatmospherehazecryovolcanismCharonNixHydraKerberosKuiper Beltsolid solutionSputnik PlanitiaCthulhu Maculanormal albedosublimationMilankovicobliquitytholinMarshematiteolivinepyroxeneanorthositephyllosilicatesmectiteserpentineprehnitezeolitemagnesitecalcitestarkeyitekieseritejarositehydrated silicaopalperchloratechloritechlorideplagioclasereflectance spectroscopyMarsspectroscopymineralogyigneousbasaltalterationwatersilicapyroxeneolivinechloridecarbonateMartian meteoritesMarsmineralogyspectroscopySpiritOpportunityhematitecarbonatesilicaMarsimagingmineralogyphotometrySpiritOpportunityPhoenixCuriositycarbonategoethiteGusev craterhematiteironjarositekamacitemagnetiteMarsMars Exploration RoverMeridiani PlanummineralogyMössbauerOpportunityoxideoxidationstateSpiritsulfatetroiliteweatheringMarsMars Exploration RoverMars Science LaboratorySpiritGusev craterOpportunityMeridiani PlanumCuriosityGale craterAPXSPIXEXRFsulfurSDDcuriumMarsChemCamSuperCamchemistryLIBSCuriosityMSLMars 2020Gale craterX-raysgamma raysneutronsradiationcosmic raysspectroscopyelemental compositionplanetary missionsformation and evolutionMercuryVenusMoonMarsVestaCeresRadarsoundingMarsVenusMooncometasteroidGalilean satellitesTitanMARSISSHARAD
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Remote Compositional Analysis
Techniques for Understanding Spectroscopy, Mineralogy, and Geochemistry of Planetary Surfaces
, pp. 349 - 623
Publisher: Cambridge University Press
Print publication year: 2019

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