Contributors:Scott Murchie, Andrew Beck, Christina Viviano
Excel file tabulating the observation IDs of the CRISM targeted observations analyzed, mineral identifications, the start coordinates of the regions of interest, and the sizes of the regions of interest. Text files giving wavelengths in nanometers of the CRISM data, I/F of the chloride and phyllosilicate spectra in Figure 2, I/F of a nearby spectrally bland region, and the ratio spectrum.
Contributors:Andreas Morlok, Roy Wogelius, Dayl Martin, Christopher Hamann, Katherine H. Joy, Iris Weber, aleks stojic, Harald Hiesinger, Jorn Helbert
The files cover the mid-infrared spectra of bulk powders (Spectrum_MeltDroplet_) as in Figure 7a; the single micro-FTIR spectra (Spectrum_) as in Figure 7b-d, the micro-FTIR maps (FTIR-map_) as in Figures 3 - 5b.
Contributors:Michael Combi, Nicolas Fougere, Valeriy Tenishev, Yinsi Shou, Kenneth Hansen, Zhenguang Huang, David Marshall, Dominique Bockelee-Morvan, Martin Rubin, Kathrin Altwegg, Tamas Gombosi, Gabor Toth, Uwe Fink, Yu-Chi Cheng, Fabrizio Capaccioni
The file MIRO_Columns.txt contains the column densities and their uncertainties corresponding to the results published previously in the paper by Marshall, D.W., Hartogh, P. Rezac, L. von Allmen, P., Biver, N., Bockelée-Morvan, D., Crovisier, J., Encrenaz, P. Bulkis, S. Hofstadter, M. Ip, W.-H., Jarchow, C. Lee, S., Lellouch, E. 2017. Spatially resolved evolution of the local H2O production rates of coet 67P/Churyumov,Gerasimenko, from the MIRO instrument of Rosetta. Astronomy & Astrophysics 603, A87. The format containes space delimited columns corresponding to Date, UT time, Heliocentric Distance (AU), column density (cm^-2), column density error (cm^-2).
The FORTRAN code used to compute visco-elastic-plastic stresses in Io's crust resulting from temperature changes due to changing advective heat flow using finite difference methods. Details and supporting information are given in Kirchoff, M.R., 2006, Mountain building on Io: An unsteady relationship between volcanism and tectonism (Earth and Planetary Sci.). Washington University, Saint Louis, Missouri (Ph.D. Thesis). See also Kirchoff, M.R. & McKinnon, W.B., 2009, Formation of mountains on Io: Variable volcanism and thermal stresses. Icarus 201, 598–614.
Contributors:Keenan Golder, Devon Burr, Simon Kattenhorn
These data include the mapped extent of the channelized lava flows and regional fissure network in the Cerberus region, Mars. The locations of crater counts, and the associated crater populations are also included.