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Author Title Publisher Year Published Notes
Baker, Victor, Michael Carr, Fraser Fanale, Ronald Greeley, Robert Haberle, Conway Leovy, and Ted Maxwell, eds. MECA Symposium on Mars: Evolution of its Climate and Atmosphere July 17-19, 1986. Houston: Lunar and Planetary Insitute 1986 Also referred to as N89-10780, and LPI Tech. Rpt. 87-01.
Brandenburg, John E. and Monica Rix Paxson. Dead Mars, Dying Earth. Freedom, CA: Crossing Press 1999 1st edition. 311. An ecological work noting how current environmental actions and policies here might turn us into the next Mars., by comparign martian climatalogical history with Earth.
Keating, G. M. editor. Exploration of Venus and Mars Atmospheres: Proceedings of the Symposium of COSPAR Interdisciplinary Scientific Commission C and of Interdisciplinary Scientific Commission B of the COSPAR Twenty-ninth Plenary Meeting held in Washington, DC, U.S.A., 28 August-5
September, 1992
Oxford: for the Committee on Space research by Pergamon 1992 1st edition. vi, 189 p.
Kellogg, W.W. and Carl Sagan. The Atmospheres of Mars and Venus. Washington D.C.: National Academy of Sciences/National Research Council 1961 1st ed. Publication 944. 151 p.


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