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Layers within Layers Hint at a Wobbly Martian Climate

Richard A. Kerr
Science
New Series, Vol. 320, No. 5878 (May 16, 2008), p. 867
Stable URL: http://www.jstor.org/stable/20054713
Page Count: 1

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Topics: Mars, Planetary orbits, Ice, Planets, Planetary science, Orbits, Climate change, Impact craters, Bedding
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Abstract

Like Earth, Mars has a layered geology, but the martian version can have a particularly rhythmic regularity; scientists are finally getting a handle on the mechanism driving it

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