The aim of this session is to bring together the fields of terrestrial geomorphology and planetary science. We welcome all abstracts which relate to the geomorphology of planetary bodies in our solar system, particularly those concerning Earth-analogue studies. We will explore diverse topics of surface-atmosphere and interior-surface interactions encompassing climatic, volcanic, tectonic, fluvial, glacial, periglacial, mass wasting and impact cratering processes. The session is not limited by methodology or approach and we welcome studies including:
* Laboratory or numerical simulation of planetary processes and landforms
* Remote sensing/GIS studies of planetary surfaces
* In-situ studies of planetary surfaces from landing craft data
* Analogue fieldwork results pertaining to planetary surfaces
In the past, this session has provided exciting interaction between terrestrial geoscientists and planetary scientists and we especially welcome abstracts from those new to the field. This session is supported by the British Society for Geomorphology and Wiley-Blackwell.
The aim of this session is to bring together the fields of terrestrial geomorphology and planetary science. Our oral program this year encompasses new results in fluvial geomorphology on Mars and Titan, periglacial and polar processes on Mars. Our poster presentations cover an even wider scope of processes and landforms on Mars and Titan. This session is supported by the British Society for Geomorphology and Wiley-Blackwell.