Primordial argon isotope fractionation in the atmosphere of Mars measured by the SAM instrument on Curiosity and implications for atmospheric loss

Record Type
Journal Articles
Full Title
Primordial argon isotope fractionation in the atmosphere of Mars measured by the SAM instrument on Curiosity and implications for atmospheric loss
Author(s)
Atreya S, Trainer M, Franz H, Wong M, Manning H, Malespin C, Mahaffy P, Conrad P, Brunner A, Leshin L, Jones J, Webster C, Owen T, Pepin R, Navarro-Gonzalez R
Publication Title
GEOPHYSICAL RESEARCH LETTERS
Publication Title (abbreviated)
GEOPHYS RES LETT
Publication Date
2013 Nov 16
DOI
10.1002/2013GL057763
ISSN
0094-8276
Volume
40
Issue
21
Page Count
5
First Page
5605
Last Page
5609
Keyword(s)
Geology, planetary atmospheres, argon isotopes, solar system, Mars, habitability, atmospheric loss, MARTIAN ATMOSPHERE, GAS COMPONENTS, NOBLE-GASES, SOLAR-WIND, EVOLUTION, VOLATILES, RATIOS, SHERGOTTITES, ABUNDANCE, SURFACE
Citation
Atreya S, Trainer M, Franz H, Wong M, Manning H, Malespin C, Mahaffy P, Conrad P, Brunner A, Leshin L, et al. Primordial argon isotope fractionation in the atmosphere of Mars measured by the SAM instrument on Curiosity and implications for atmospheric loss. GEOPHYS RES LETT. 2013;40 (21):5605-5609.
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