Open basin lakes on Mars

Shapefile (point features), The shapefile is in a GCS using the Mars_2000 IAU datum.

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Citations

Goudge, Timothy A, James W. Head, John F. Mustard, Caleb I. Fassett, (2012) An analysis of open-basin lake deposits on Mars: Evidence for the nature of associated lacustrine deposits and post-lacustrine modification processes. Icarus 219 211–229
Fassett, C.I., Head, J.W., 2008a. Valley network-fed, open-basin lakes on Mars: Distribution and implications for Noachian surface and subsurface hydrology. Icarus. 198, 37–56.
Irwin, R., Maxwell, T., Howard, A., 2007. Water budgets on early Mars: Empirical constraints from paleolake basin and watershed areas. In: 7th International Conference on Mars. Abstract 3400.
Forsythe, R.D., Zimbelman, J.R., 1995. A case for ancient evaporite basins on Mars. J. Geophys. Res. 100, 5553–5563.
Cabrol, N.A., Grin, E.A., 1999. Distribution, classification, and ages of martian impact crater lakes. Icarus 142, 160–172.
Goldspiel, J.M., Squyres, S.W., 1991. Ancient aqueous sedimentation on Mars. Icarus 89, 392–410.
Mangold, N., Ansan, V., 2006. Detailed study of an hydrological system of valleys, a delta, and lakes in Southwest Thaumasia region, Mars. Icarus 180, 75–87.
Buhler, P.B., Fassett, C.I., Head, J.W., Lamb, M.P., 2011. Evidence for paleolakes in Erythraea Fossa, Mars: Implications for an ancient hydrological cycle. Icarus 213, 104–115.
Wilson, S., Howard, A., Moore, J., Grant, J., 2007. Geomorphic and stratigraphic analysis of Crater Terby and layered deposits north of Hellas basin, Mars. J. Geophys. Res. 112, E08009.

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