Constraining the climate and interior evolution of Mars as recorded by the Martian polar ice caps
Martian polar caps provide important clues about the climate evolution and the interior properties of our neighbor planet. The polar caps represent a record of Martian climate history throughout the Amazonian period and a significant load on the lithosphere, whose deformation provides constraints on the present-day thermal state of the Martian subsurface.
When: 29th August 2023, 10am - 5pm
Where: DLR, Institute of Planetary Research
Rutherfordstr. 2, 12489 Berlin-Adlershof
Registration fee: none, but confirmation of attendance is required by August 10th (email to: firstname.lastname@example.org)
The meeting is organized by Ana-Catalina Plesa (DLR Berlin), Volker Klemann (GFZ Potsdam), and Tobias Sauter (HU Berlin) under the Geo.X umbrella.
The workshop theme is one of the topics selected in the Geo.X Grow Your Idea Call 2023 and will include presentations and discussions about Martian polar caps as records of the thermal structure of the lithosphere, heat flow, and climate of Mars.
If you are interested to actively participate in the workshop, please contact Ana-Catalina Plesa (email@example.com) for indicating your attendance no later than August 10th.
We are looking forward to exchanging ideas at the Mars Workshop on August 29th
Ana-Catalina Plesa, Volker Klemann, Tobias Sauter