1:35 PM Jim Head: 'Nature of Hesperian-aged circumpolar deposits in the south polar regions: Implications for the former distribution of south polar deposits'
1:55 PM Asmin Pathare: 'Enhanced ice flow at high martian obliquity: A rheological model of the polar layered deposits.'
Discussion: Outstanding Problems in the analysis of polar and circumpolar deposits:
3:05 PM Jim Rice: 'Cold climate shoreline processes and valley networks'
3:25 PM Misha Ivanov: 'Topographic distribution of outflow channel termini in Chryse Planitia'
3:45 PM Bill Hartmann and Jen Grier: 'Possible evidence for water and permafrost interaction from deformed craters seen by Mars Global Surveyor'
4:05 PM Jim Dohm: 'Pulses of Magmatic Activity through Time: Potential Triggers for Climatic Variations on Mars'
4:25 PM Alan Howard: 'Simulating landform evolution on the ancient cratered terrain.'
4:45 PM C. C. Reese, V. S. Solomatov and J. R. Baumgradner, 'Impacts, mantle convection, and geoid: Implications for the evolution of shorelines on Mars.'
Discussion: Outstanding Problems in the analysis of channels, ponds, lakes and oceans:
5:30 PM-6:30 PM - Reception, poster viewing, and further discussion.
Bruce Banerdt: 'Surface Drainage Patterns from MOLA Topography Data'.
Harald Hisesinger: 'Morphologic and topographic characteristics of the Argyre Basin, Mars.'
Alexander Basilevsky: 'Moprphology of the APXS analyzed rocks at the Pathfinder site: Implications for thier weathering rate and distance of transportation.'
Mikhail Kreslavsky: 'Topographic and slope characteristics of the northern lowlands and the Vastitas Borealis Formation.'
Introduction and overview: The importance of chronology and models for the martian hydrologic cycle. Michael Carr, Chair.
Invited talks: Each talk is 30 minutes, including discussion, with some additional discussion periods.
9:15 AM Steve Clifford: 'The martian hydrologic cycle"
9:45 AM Tim Parker (with Steve Clifford and Bruce Banerdt): 'Argyre Basin and the Mars Global hydrologic cycle'.
10: 15 AM Victor Baker 'The MEGAOUTFLO Hypothesis: Ancient Oceans, Glaciers, and Hydrological Cycling on Mars'
General Discussion: The hydrologic cycle: Michael Carr, Discussion leader.
Contributed Talks: Each talk is about 15 minutes each,with 5 minutes for discussion, and discussion at the endof the session.
11:10 AM G. Dreibus and others: 'Possible indication of sedimentary origin of the Mars Pathfinder APX analyzed rocks.'
11:30 AM Jeff Moore and Don Wilhelms: 'Evidence for Lacustrine Deposition on the Floor of Hellas'
11:50 AM David Wynn-Williams, 'Antarctic analogs of potential water-based cyanobacterial habitats on Mars.'
General Discussion: Water on Mars: Michael Carr, Jim Head, and Sasha Basilevsky, Discussion leaders.
Adjourn: 12:30 PM: