PS3.6

Volcanism and tectonism are two of the most ubiquitous processes at work in the Solar System, shaping substantially the surfaces of worlds as diverse as the terrestrial and dwarf planets, main-belt asteroids, and icy satellites. This session will host observational, analytical, theoretical, and analogue fieldwork research into any aspect of planetary volcanic and tectonic activity. We welcome submissions that compare landforms and processes on multiple bodies, geochemical and chronological data from planetary material, results obtained from analogue and numerical models, and how lessons from specific studies can be applied to understanding volcanism and tectonism across the Solar System.

Co-organized by GMPV4/TS13
Convener: Petr Broz | Co-conveners: Sylvain BretonECSECS, Ernst Hauber

Volcanism and tectonism are two of the most ubiquitous processes at work in the Solar System, shaping substantially the surfaces of worlds as diverse as the terrestrial and dwarf planets, main-belt asteroids, and icy satellites. This session will host observational, analytical, theoretical, and analogue fieldwork research into any aspect of planetary volcanic and tectonic activity. We welcome submissions that compare landforms and processes on multiple bodies, geochemical and chronological data from planetary material, results obtained from analogue and numerical models, and how lessons from specific studies can be applied to understanding volcanism and tectonism across the Solar System.