zankaon

October 6, 2015

‘Pyroclastic flows’ on Mars?

Filed under: Letters from Ionia — Tags: , , — zankaon @ 5:22 pm

Might the narrow flow gullies for northern wall of an impact crater for Terra Sirenum, and more recent higher resolution photos, be from sub-surface frozen CO_2 that sublimates with temperature increase, and carries debris with it downhill? Might a mixing of gaseous-ness and debris allow persistence of such gaseous mix for along it’s flow tract – giving a ‘pyroclastic flow’ effect?

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