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American Mineralogist: Journal of Earth and Planetary Materials

Published Papers: SPECIAL COLLECTION: EARTH ANALOGS FOR MARTIAN GEOLOGICAL MATERIALS AND PROCESSES
Volume 103, 2018
502
Craters of the Moon National Monument basalts as unshocked compositional and weathering analogs for martian rocks and meteorites
Christopher T. Adcock, Arya Udry, Elisabeth M. Hausrath, and Oliver Tschauner
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A mineralogical archive of the biogeochemical sulfur cycle preserved in the subsurface of the Río Tinto system
David C. Fernández-Remolar, Neil Banerjee, David Gómez-Ortiz, Matthew Izawa, and Ricardo Amils
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Laboratory and field characterization of visible to near-infrared spectral reflectance of nitrate minerals from the Atacama Desert, Chile, and implications for Mars
Fan Wang, Brenda B. Bowen, Ji-Hye Seo, and Greg Michalski
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Visible, near-infrared, and mid-infrared spectral characterization of Hawaiian fumarolic alteration near Kilauea’s December 1974 flow: Implications for spectral discrimination of alteration environments on Mars
Marcella Yant, Kelsey E. Young, A. Deanne Rogers, Amy C. McAdam, Jacob E. Bleacher, Janice L. Bishop, and Stanley A. Mertzman
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Volume 102, 2017
1632
Geochemistry and mineralogy of a saprolite developed on Columbia River Basalt: Secondary clay formation, element leaching, and mass balance during weathering
Leslie L. Baker and Owen Kelly Neill
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284
Mineralogy and chemistry of San Carlos high-alkali basalts: Analyses of alteration with application for Mars exploration
Bryné A. Hadnott, Bethany L. Ehlmann, and Bradley L. Jolliff
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Formation of the ferruginous smectite SWa-1 by alteration of soil clays
Leslie L. Baker
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