Lava tubes on Earth, Moon and Mars: A review on their size and morphology revealed by comparative planetology

Volume: 209, Pages: 103288 - 103288
Published: Oct 1, 2020
Abstract
Sinuous collapse chains and skylights in lunar and Martian volcanic regions have often been interpreted as collapsed lava tubes (also known as pyroducts). This hypothesis has fostered a forty years debate among planetary geologists trying to define if analogue volcano-speleogenetic processes acting on Earth could have created similar subsurface linear voids in extra-terrestrial volcanoes. On Earth lava tubes are well known thanks to...
Paper Details
Title
Lava tubes on Earth, Moon and Mars: A review on their size and morphology revealed by comparative planetology
Published Date
Oct 1, 2020
Volume
209
Pages
103288 - 103288
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