Volcanism, Tectonics and Faulting in the Solar System (co-organized)
Convener: Thomas Platz  | Co-Conveners: Matteo Massironi , Harald Hiesinger , Thomas R. Walter 
Oral Programme
 / Mon, 03 May, 15:30–17:15  / Room 26
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Mon, 03 May, 17:30–19:00  / Hall XL

Volcanic and tectonic processes have profoundly shaped the surface of terrestrial planets and satellites. This session aims to compile all facets of volcanism, tectonism, and associated interactions observed in our solar system. By providing a forum for a broad range of discussions, these observations and interpretations will be investigated and reviewed in the light of our current understanding of related processes on Earth. Comparative studies and work on active volcanic/tectonic systems on Earth using multi‐instrumental, remotely sensed, experimental, computaional, and field data are welcome.
The session will address, but is not limited to, the following topics:
- geomorphological characteristics of volcanic edifices, vents, and fissures
- volcano‐tectonic deformation, growth and collapse on global and local scales
- tectonic structures, faulting, and fracturing processes
- magma related morphologies
- intrusion processes, geometry, and associated faulting
- crustal stress and strain analysis
- volcaniclastic deposits and their implications for eruptive styles, rates, and frequency
- composition (spectral, meteoritic, etc.) and rheology of lava flows
- volatile release through eruptions and its impact on atmospheres
- melt generation, lava extrusion, and crustal deformation caused by large impactors
- cryovolcanism, mudvolcanism, and other comparative processes

Invited speakers:
David Baratoux
(Laboratoire Dynamique Terrestre et Planétaire, Université de Toulouse, Toulouse)
"Martian Volcanism through the ages: Geochemical signature of planetary evolution"

Simon Kattenhorn
(Department of Geological Sciences, University of Idaho, Moscow)
"Tectonics of Icy Moons: A Tale of Oceans and Orbital Dynamics"

Eoghan Holohan
(School of Geological Sciences, UCD Science Centre, Dublin)
"Insights into structures on Martian volcanoes from experiments and 3D strain theory"

Richard Schultz
(Department of Geological Sciences and Engineering, University of Nevada, Reno)
"Wrinkle ridges on Mars: Absence of décollement tectonics"

Related events: GMPV9/TS3.5 – Volcano deformation, dynamics, and deep structure (co-organized)
Oral Programme
 / Wed, 05 May, 08:30–12:00  / 13:30–15:00  / Room 20
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Wed, 05 May, 17:30–19:00  / Hall XL
GM1.3 – Planetary Geomorphology
Poster Programme
 / Attendance Tue, 04 May, 17:30–19:00  / Hall XL