Fluvial Systems (2018, updated Valley Networks)

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“This dataset represents an update of previous global maps of Martian fluvial systems. We included all the valleys longer than 20 km.”

Each polyline is classified into these categories: Long valley, Single valley, Valley network. The db also contains age.

This db is based on the Hynek et al (2010) database and contains additions, removals and course corrections.

This dataset is hosted at this location:

https://zenodo.org/record/1051038#.XF10zFxKg2w

If you use this data set in your own work, please cite this DOI: 10.5281/zenodo.1051038

Please also cite these works:

  • Alemanno et al.: 2018, Global Map of Martian Fluvial Systems: Age and Total Eroded Volume Estimations, Earth and Space Science Journal, 5, 560-577, doi:https://doi.org/10.1029/2018EA000362
  • Orofino et al.: 2018, Estimate of the water flow duration in large Martian fluvial systems. Planetary and Space Science Journal, 163, 83-96. doi: 10.1016/j.pss.2018.06.001
  • Alemanno G.: 2018, Study of the fluvial activity on Mars through mapping, sediment transport modelling and spectroscopic analyses. PhD dissertation thesis, arXiv:1805.02208 [astro-ph.EP].
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This figure shows the additions to the previous valley network database (Hynek et al. 2010) in a sample region. Blue lines represent valley networks mapped by Hynek et al. 2010 and red lines represent additions by Alemanno et al. 2018.
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