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  • Antoine Lucas,
  • I J Daubar,
  • M Le Teuff,
  • L V Posiolova,
  • G Sainton,
  • A Mangeney,
  • C Perrin,
  • T Kawamura,
  • D Giardini,
  • P Lognonné
Antoine Lucas

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I J Daubar
Univ of AZ-Planetary Sciences
M Le Teuff
Université Paris Cité, IPGP, CNRS
L V Posiolova
Malin Space Science Systems
G Sainton
Université Paris Cité, IPGP, CNRS
A Mangeney
Université Paris Cité, IPGP, CNRS
C Perrin
Laboratoire de Planétologie et Géosciences, CNRS, Université
T Kawamura
Université Paris Cité, IPGP, CNRS
D Giardini
Department of Earth Sciences, Institute of Geophysics, ETH Zurich
P Lognonné
Université Paris Cité, IPGP, CNRS


Motivation: On May 5, 2022, the martian SEIS seismometer recorded an unprecedented M Ma W 4.7 Marsquake. The epicenter is located at 3.0 • S, 171.9 • E. The areas is barely flat with only a few N-S tectonic-like features. Most unfilled impact craters and ridges show dust avalanches (a.k.a. Slope streaks). We investigate the post-seismic outcomes in terms of avalanche triggering under today's Mars conditions in the framework of the s1222a event.
08 Mar 2023Submitted to ESS Open Archive
09 Mar 2023Published in ESS Open Archive