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Science (january 20, 2006)
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post Jan 19 2006, 08:23 PM
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From the January 20, 2006, issue of Science:

Formation of Glaciers on Mars by Atmospheric Precipitation at High Obliquity
F. Forget, R. M. Haberle, F. Montmessin, B. Levrard, and J. W. Head
Science 311, 368-371 (2006)
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Note: The online embargo warning may pop up until the links go active in a short while. However, the official embargo has been lifted as witnessed by the press releases below.

See also:
Martian snow source of tropical glaciers, research team reports
Snow on Mars Created Glaciers Near Equator

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post Jan 20 2006, 04:44 PM
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Another related paper was just published in the January 31, 2006, issue of Earth and Planetary Science Letters:

Extensive valley glacier deposits in the northern mid-latitudes of Mars: Evidence for Late Amazonian obliquity-driven climate change
J.W. Head, D.R. Marchant, M.C. Agnew, C.I. Fassett and M.A. Kreslavsky
Earth Planet. Sci. Lett. 241, 663-671 (2006)
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A 5.72 Mb PDF preprint is available from the Brown University Planetary Geosciences Group website.
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post Feb 2 2006, 05:07 PM
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QUOTE (AlexBlackwell @ Jan 19 2006, 08:23 PM)
From the January 20, 2006, issue of Science:

Formation of Glaciers on Mars by Atmospheric Precipitation at High Obliquity
F. Forget, R. M. Haberle, F. Montmessin, B. Levrard, and J. W. Head
Science 311, 368-371 (2006)
Abstract
Supporting Online Material

For those without online access to Science, a reprint (~376 Kb PDF) is available. Also, though I might be mistaken, I believe the Supporting Online Material for papers is open to non-subscribers.
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