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Mars in the Geography Classroom Association of Pacific Coast Geographers 20 October 2007 Dr Christine M Rodrigue California State University Long Beach C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Geographers A few of the many geographers active in the study of Mars Mary C Bourke Oxford Geography Department M Buchroithner Inst f r Kartographie Dresden Ed Cloutis Geography University of Winnipeg Bethany L Ehlmann Oxford Geography M Sc 2007 going on for Ph D in Geology at Brown University Julie Laity Geography CSUN K Maria D Lane Geography UT Austin Ruth Mugford Ph D student Cambridge Geography Richard J Pike M A Geography Ph D Geology U S G S John Pitlick University of Colorado Boulder Wayne H Pollard McGill University Andrew J Russell Physical Geography Keele University UK Richard Soare Concordia University C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB My Previous Work in Risk Perception and Communication in the Space Program Internet media in technological risk amplification Plutonium on Board the Cassini Huygens Spacecraft Risk Health Safety Environment 12 3 4 Fall 2001 221 254 Impact of Internet media in risk debates The controversies over the Cassini Huygens mission and the Anaheim Hills California landslide The Australian Journal of Emergency Management 16 1 August 2001 53 61 Construction of hazard perception and activism on the Internet Amplifying trivial risks and obfuscating series ones Natural Hazards Research Working Paper 106 2001 Risk representation in the space program The Internet and social amplification of risk NASA Teleconference among NASA Headquarters Jet Propulsion Lab Ames Research Center and Johnson Space Center November 2001 C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars A Regional Areography Syllabus Introduction Geography and geographers and the study of Mars History of Mars Exploration Earth based observations and robotic missions Remote Sensing and Spacecraft Basics Remote sensing spacecraft missions imagery Mars in Space Orbital rotational size characteristics moons A Physiographic Regionalization of Mars Vocabulary orders of relief scheme A Climatic Regionalization of Mars Atmosphere weather geochemical cycles regions Human Environment Relations Mars and the Imagination Science science fiction pseudoscience and politics C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Third Order Landscapes Debates over Era Lengths C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Fourth Order Landscapes Overview Theatre Headed Canyons Chaos Terrains Softened Craters C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Fourth Order Landscapes olian Features Yardangs Wind Etched Layers Dunes C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Fourth Order Landscapes Tectonic Features Folded Faulted Mountains Volcanoes Mens Lava Tubes Foss C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Fourth Order Landscapes Mass Wasting Landslides Dust Avalanches or Water C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Fourth Order Landscapes Coastal Processes Wave Cut Benches Wave Built Terraces Coasts Channels Ending in Vastitas Borealis C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Fourth Order Landscapes Fluvial Features Alluvial Fans and Deltas Sapping Fluvial Valleys J kulhlhaups C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Fourth Order Landscapes Layered Ice Caps Crater Glaciers Frost PolygonPatterned Ground C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Fifth Order Landscapes Dust Devil Tracks Frost RAT Hole Rover Tracks Concretions and Blueberries C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Atmosphere Eccentricity and Seasons Vertical Temperature and Pressure Structure C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Atmosphere Weather Dust Storms Tides Dust Devils Clouds Polar Hurricanes C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Atmosphere Climate Change C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Imagined How have you imagined Mars C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars and Earth Vertical Temperature Structure C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars and Earth Magnetic Fields Planetary versus Local C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars and Earth Orbital Differences Aphelion Perihelion Seasons C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars and Earth Plate Tectonics C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars and Earth Mountains Olympus versus Everest and Mauna Kea C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars and Earth Triple Point of Water C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Information Books The Smithsonian Book of Mars Joseph Boyce 2002 Smithsonian Mars The Mystery Unfolds Peter Cattermole 2001 Oxford Magnificent Mars Ken Croswell 2003 Free Press A Traveler s Guide to Mars William Hartmann 2003 Workman Mapping Mars Oliver Morton 2002 Picador USA C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Information Web Portals http mars jpl nasa gov Jet Propulsion Lab http nssdc gsfc nasa gov planetary planets marspage html Goddard Space Flight Center http www esa int SPECIALS Mars Express European Space Agency http serc carleton edu NAGTWorkshops mars Resources for Integrating Mars Data across the Undergraduate Curriculum http www google com mars The Google mapping approach C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Information Missions and Instruments NASA Mars Global Surveyor MOC MOLA TES NASA Mars Odyssey Themis Gamma Ray Spectrometer NASA Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter HiRISE CRISM MCS ESA Mars Express HRSC MARSIS NASA Mars Exploration Rovers Pancams spectrometers grinding tools C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Information Journals Mars Journal Journal of Geophysical Research Planets Earth Moon and Planets Planetary and Space Science Icarus Space Science Reviews Science Nature C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB Mars Information Geography of Mars Class Web Page http www csulb edu rodrigue mars rodrigue csulb edu Department of Geography California State University Long Beach CA 90840 1101 C M Rodrigue 2007 Geography CSULB


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