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Position: Home > issue > September 13, 2022 Volume 3, Issue 5
Dichotomy in crustal melting on early Mars inferred from antipodal effect
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Author: Lei Zhang, Jinhai Zhang, Ross N. Mitchell

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The Martian crustal dichotomy (MCD) between the southern highlands and the northern lowlands is the planet¡¯s most ancient crustal structure, but its origins and evolution remain enigmatic. Understanding of the MCD comes largely from present-day and shallow crustal constraints. Lacking ancient and deeper constraints, hypotheses for the origin of the MCD range from an early giant impact, partial melting from sustained mantle convection, or some combination. We investigate with seismological modeling the best-preserved case of the ¡°antipodal effect¡±¡ªenergy from an impact that concentrates and induces uplift and fracturing promoting volcanism at its antipode¡ªthe Hellas crater and the Alba Patera volcano on Mars.





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