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Official Journal of the Asia Oceania Geosciences Society (AOGS)

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Fig. 5 | Geoscience Letters

Fig. 5

From: On the importance of self-secondaries

Fig. 5

Self-secondaries on the continuous ejecta deposits of the Tooting crater on Mars (modified from Boyce and Mounginis-Mark 2015). a The southeastern crater rim of Tooting shows the embayment relationship between self-secondaries and melt flows. b Some small craters on the continuous ejecta deposits are partly filled by melt flows (white arrows), and the location of this image is marked in a. c The spatial density of small craters on the continuous ejecta deposits of Tooting is not uniform, as the southern part has a higher crater density

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