Data for: Obliquity dependence of the formation of the martian polar layered deposits

Published: 12-01-2021| Version 2 | DOI: 10.17632/zhbzfj2327.2
Contributors:
Jeremy Emmett,
Jim Murphy,
Melinda Kahre

Description

Table S1: Supplementary dataset to "Obliquity dependence of the formation of the martian polar layered deposits". Sensitivity of annual net polar water and dust deposition on Mars to all tested MGCM source and obliquity conditions. Values are reported in mm/Earth year. Values are included for the present-day simulation (labelled “NRC”) and for the 55 paleoclimate simulations (prefixed “1.” - “11.”, corresponding to the water ice source configurations listed in section 4.2.) Version 2 notes: In the above data set description, the title of the associated article was updated to be the title of the accepted, final version of the manuscript. The tables in the data file now sequentially appear in the same order as the corresponding initial water ice source configurations listed in section 4.2: NRC (Present Day) 1. Simultaneous north and south polar caps (surface water ice poleward of 77.5 deg N/S) 2. A north polar cap (surface water ice northward of 77.5 deg N) only 3. A south polar cap (surface water ice southward of 77.5 deg S) only 4. Simultaneous north and south midlatitude sources (37.5 - 42.5 deg N/S) 5. Simultaneous north and south high latitude sources (57.5 - 62.5 deg N/S) 6. A northern midlatitude source (37.5 - 42.5 deg N) only 7. A northern high latitude source (57.5 - 62.5 deg N) only 8. A southern midlatitude source (37.5 - 42.5 deg S) only 9. A southern high latitude source (57.5 - 62.5 deg S) only 10. Simultaneous north and south polar caps and simultaneous north and south midlatitude sources (poleward of 77.5 deg N/S and 37.5 - 42.5 deg N/S) 11. Simultaneous north and south polar caps and simultaneous north and south high latitude sources (poleward of 77.5 deg N/S and 57.5 - 62.5 deg N/S)

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