|Notes||All data were re-drawn as ellipses that best fit the feature in THEMIS Day imagery and/or MOLA relief. All values were calculated from the re-drawn ellipses.|
|Lat/Lon are calculated as the centers of ellipses, not Lat/Lon values in the source papers|
|Diameter, area, perimeter are calculated from the ellipses, and are not taken from the source papers. Diameter is an average, calculated from perimeter.|
|Height (Max. elev, range of elevation) data are calculated from within the ellipses, and are not taken from the source papers. Heigh data is from MOLA gridded data. MAX=max elevation point within the ellipse, MIN: min. elevation value point within the ellipse|
|Type/interpretations are taken from the source papers. For small cones and mounds, interpretations vary (pingo/volcano/mud volcano). All features that have at least one volcanic interpretation in a recent (ca. last two decades) paper are included. Features previously (Viking) identified as volcanic but recently reclassified are not included.
Confidence. Major and minor shields, calderas, fissure/small/low shields and lava domes can be considered as confirmed, while all others are candidate volcanic features.
|Group: a single ellipse is one example showing actual size, which is part of a group of similar sized features. These are typically interpreted as pseudocraters (rootless cones) or pingos or mud volcanoes.|
|Type: Caldera: size/range values represent caldera, not volcanic construct (if any). These are caldera volcanoes without substantial construct. (negative relief forms)|
|Database Editor||Henrik Hargitai, with the help of P. Broz|
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