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Noble Gas Evolution of the Martian Atmosphere in the last 4 Gyr Recorded by Regolith Breccia NWA 8114

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posted on 2022-08-25, 16:08 authored by Sarah CrowtherSarah Crowther, Patricia Clay, Katherine H. Joy, Stephen Edwards, Henner Busemann, Alexandra Early, R M Burgess, Alan Butcher, Munir Humayun, Jamie Gilmour

Supplementary information and research data to accompany Noble Gas Evolution of the Martian Atmosphere in the last 4 Gyr Recorded by Regolith Breccia NWA 8114 by Crowther et al.

Files include supplementary text, tables, figures and movie, along with research data and notes about data reduction methods.


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A Noble Gas Analytical Capability for UKCAN

Science and Technology Facilities Council

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Planetary Science and Cosmochemistry at the University of Manchester

Science and Technology Facilities Council

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Royal Society University Research Fellowship RS/UF140190

Royal Society University Research Fellowship URF\R\201009

NCCR PlanetS: Origin, evolution and characterisation of planets (phase II)

Swiss National Science Foundation

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Manchester Cosmochemistry 2011

Science and Technology Facilities Council

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Cosmochemistry and Planetary Science at the University of Manchester

Science and Technology Facilities Council

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