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Mars Crater Database: A participative project for the classification of the morphological characteristics of large Martian craters : Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution VI. / Lagain, A.; Bouley, S.; Baratoux, D.; Marmo, C.; Costard, F.; Delaa, O.; Pio Rossi, A.; Minin, M.; Benedix, G.K.; Ciocco, M.; Bedos, B.; Guimpier, A.; Dehouck, E.; Loizeau, D.; Bouquety, A.; Zhao, J.; Vialatte, A.; Cormau, M.; Le Conte des Floris, E.; Schmidt, F.; Thollot, P.; Champion, J.; Martinot, M.; Gargani, J.; Beck, P.; Boisson, J.; Paulien, N.; Séjourné, A.; Pasquon, K.; Christoff, N.; Belgacem, I.; Landais, F.; Rousseau, B.; Dupeyrat, L.; Franco, M.; Andrieu, F.; Cecconi, B.; Erard, S.; Jabaud, B.; Malarewicz, V.; Beggiato, G.; Janez, G.; Elbaz, L.; Ourliac, C.; Catheline, M.; Fries, M.; Karamoko, A.; Rodier, J.; Sarian, R.; Gillet, A.; Girard, S.; Pottier, M.; Strauss, S.; Chanon, C.; Lavaud, P.; Boutaric, A.; Savourat, M.; Garret, E.; Leroy, E.; Parquet, M.-C.; Parquet, L.; Delagoutte, M.-A.; Gamblin, O.; Reimold, Wolf Uwe (Editor); Koeberl, Christian (Editor).

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Lagain, A, Bouley, S, Baratoux, D, Marmo, C, Costard, F, Delaa, O, Pio Rossi, A, Minin, M, Benedix, GK, Ciocco, M, Bedos, B, Guimpier, A, Dehouck, E, Loizeau, D, Bouquety, A, Zhao, J, Vialatte, A, Cormau, M, Le Conte des Floris, E, Schmidt, F, Thollot, P, Champion, J, Martinot, M, Gargani, J, Beck, P, Boisson, J, Paulien, N, Séjourné, A, Pasquon, K, Christoff, N, Belgacem, I, Landais, F, Rousseau, B, Dupeyrat, L, Franco, M, Andrieu, F, Cecconi, B, Erard, S, Jabaud, B, Malarewicz, V, Beggiato, G, Janez, G, Elbaz, L, Ourliac, C, Catheline, M, Fries, M, Karamoko, A, Rodier, J, Sarian, R, Gillet, A, Girard, S, Pottier, M, Strauss, S, Chanon, C, Lavaud, P, Boutaric, A, Savourat, M, Garret, E, Leroy, E, Parquet, M-C, Parquet, L, Delagoutte, M-A, Gamblin, O, Reimold, WU (ed.) & Koeberl, C (ed.) 2021, Mars Crater Database: A participative project for the classification of the morphological characteristics of large Martian craters: Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution VI. Geological Society of America. https://doi.org/10.1130/2021.2550(29)

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Lagain, A., Bouley, S., Baratoux, D., Marmo, C., Costard, F., Delaa, O., Pio Rossi, A., Minin, M., Benedix, G. K., Ciocco, M., Bedos, B., Guimpier, A., Dehouck, E., Loizeau, D., Bouquety, A., Zhao, J., Vialatte, A., Cormau, M., Le Conte des Floris, E., ... Koeberl, C. (Ed.) (2021). Mars Crater Database: A participative project for the classification of the morphological characteristics of large Martian craters: Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution VI. Geological Society of America. https://doi.org/10.1130/2021.2550(29)

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Lagain, A. ; Bouley, S. ; Baratoux, D. ; Marmo, C. ; Costard, F. ; Delaa, O. ; Pio Rossi, A. ; Minin, M. ; Benedix, G.K. ; Ciocco, M. ; Bedos, B. ; Guimpier, A. ; Dehouck, E. ; Loizeau, D. ; Bouquety, A. ; Zhao, J. ; Vialatte, A. ; Cormau, M. ; Le Conte des Floris, E. ; Schmidt, F. ; Thollot, P. ; Champion, J. ; Martinot, M. ; Gargani, J. ; Beck, P. ; Boisson, J. ; Paulien, N. ; Séjourné, A. ; Pasquon, K. ; Christoff, N. ; Belgacem, I. ; Landais, F. ; Rousseau, B. ; Dupeyrat, L. ; Franco, M. ; Andrieu, F. ; Cecconi, B. ; Erard, S. ; Jabaud, B. ; Malarewicz, V. ; Beggiato, G. ; Janez, G. ; Elbaz, L. ; Ourliac, C. ; Catheline, M. ; Fries, M. ; Karamoko, A. ; Rodier, J. ; Sarian, R. ; Gillet, A. ; Girard, S. ; Pottier, M. ; Strauss, S. ; Chanon, C. ; Lavaud, P. ; Boutaric, A. ; Savourat, M. ; Garret, E. ; Leroy, E. ; Parquet, M.-C. ; Parquet, L. ; Delagoutte, M.-A. ; Gamblin, O. ; Reimold, Wolf Uwe (Editor) ; Koeberl, Christian (Editor). / Mars Crater Database: A participative project for the classification of the morphological characteristics of large Martian craters : Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution VI. 2021. Geological Society of America.

Bibtex

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title = "Mars Crater Database: A participative project for the classification of the morphological characteristics of large Martian craters: Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution VI",
abstract = "The most recent comprehensive database of Martian impact craters was the result of the work of impact crater scientists (S.J. Robbins and B.M. Hynek) who carefully examined the available high-resolution imagery of Mars. Building on this previous work, we present the result of an alternative approach involving 56 planetary scientists and trained students. A web platform was designed for this purpose. All impact craters larger than 1 km in diameter were classified according to a simplified classification scheme, recording the primary or secondary nature of the crater, and the morphology of the ejecta (single, double, or multiple layered ejecta rampart sinuous [LERS], or low-aspect-ratio layer ejecta [LARLE]). In total, 8445 LERS craters, 24,530 partially buried craters, 55,309 secondary craters, and 288,155 craters in the category “standard” were identified. Our assessment differs for 8145 entries in the original database compiled by Robbins and Hynek, which are not considered to be impact structures. In this work, ~39,000 secondary craters have been associated with 108 primary craters. Coupled to the existing database, the database we propose here offers a complementary way to investigate the geological history of Mars. More specifically, the completion of layered ejecta crater morphologies down to 1 km and the connection established between secondary and primary impact crater sources will allow the implementation of statistical studies to reveal the spatial and temporal evo lution of the impacted material characteristics. Thanks to the simplified classification we performed here, this version of the database can be easily used as a training data set for crater identification algorithms based on machine-learning techniques with the aim to identify smaller impact craters and to automatically define their morphological characteristics. Since it is not possible to confirm an impact structure from remote-sensing data alone, any Martian impact database at this stage remains subjective, and its assessment must be facilitated. The interface we developed for this participative project can be directly used for this purpose and for continuous updates and improvements of this work, in particular, with the latest high-resolution imagery releases such as the CTX global mosaic by J.L. Dickson and others, but also as a platform for building specific databases of craters or any other structures located in a particular region of interest.",
author = "A. Lagain and S. Bouley and D. Baratoux and C. Marmo and F. Costard and O. Delaa and {Pio Rossi}, A. and M. Minin and G.K. Benedix and M. Ciocco and B. Bedos and A. Guimpier and E. Dehouck and D. Loizeau and A. Bouquety and J. Zhao and A. Vialatte and M. Cormau and {Le Conte des Floris}, E. and F. Schmidt and P. Thollot and J. Champion and M. Martinot and J. Gargani and P. Beck and J. Boisson and N. Paulien and A. S{\'e}journ{\'e} and K. Pasquon and N. Christoff and I. Belgacem and F. Landais and B. Rousseau and L. Dupeyrat and M. Franco and F. Andrieu and B. Cecconi and S. Erard and B. Jabaud and V. Malarewicz and G. Beggiato and G. Janez and L. Elbaz and C. Ourliac and M. Catheline and M. Fries and A. Karamoko and J. Rodier and R. Sarian and A. Gillet and S. Girard and M. Pottier and S. Strauss and C. Chanon and P. Lavaud and A. Boutaric and M. Savourat and E. Garret and E. Leroy and M.-C. Parquet and L. Parquet and M.-A. Delagoutte and O. Gamblin and Reimold, {Wolf Uwe} and Christian Koeberl",
year = "2021",
doi = "10.1130/2021.2550(29)",
language = "English",
isbn = "9780813725505",
publisher = "Geological Society of America",
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T1 - Mars Crater Database: A participative project for the classification of the morphological characteristics of large Martian craters

T2 - Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution VI

AU - Lagain, A.

AU - Bouley, S.

AU - Baratoux, D.

AU - Marmo, C.

AU - Costard, F.

AU - Delaa, O.

AU - Pio Rossi, A.

AU - Minin, M.

AU - Benedix, G.K.

AU - Ciocco, M.

AU - Bedos, B.

AU - Guimpier, A.

AU - Dehouck, E.

AU - Loizeau, D.

AU - Bouquety, A.

AU - Zhao, J.

AU - Vialatte, A.

AU - Cormau, M.

AU - Le Conte des Floris, E.

AU - Schmidt, F.

AU - Thollot, P.

AU - Champion, J.

AU - Martinot, M.

AU - Gargani, J.

AU - Beck, P.

AU - Boisson, J.

AU - Paulien, N.

AU - Séjourné, A.

AU - Pasquon, K.

AU - Christoff, N.

AU - Belgacem, I.

AU - Landais, F.

AU - Rousseau, B.

AU - Dupeyrat, L.

AU - Franco, M.

AU - Andrieu, F.

AU - Cecconi, B.

AU - Erard, S.

AU - Jabaud, B.

AU - Malarewicz, V.

AU - Beggiato, G.

AU - Janez, G.

AU - Elbaz, L.

AU - Ourliac, C.

AU - Catheline, M.

AU - Fries, M.

AU - Karamoko, A.

AU - Rodier, J.

AU - Sarian, R.

AU - Gillet, A.

AU - Girard, S.

AU - Pottier, M.

AU - Strauss, S.

AU - Chanon, C.

AU - Lavaud, P.

AU - Boutaric, A.

AU - Savourat, M.

AU - Garret, E.

AU - Leroy, E.

AU - Parquet, M.-C.

AU - Parquet, L.

AU - Delagoutte, M.-A.

AU - Gamblin, O.

A2 - Reimold, Wolf Uwe

A2 - Koeberl, Christian

PY - 2021

Y1 - 2021

N2 - The most recent comprehensive database of Martian impact craters was the result of the work of impact crater scientists (S.J. Robbins and B.M. Hynek) who carefully examined the available high-resolution imagery of Mars. Building on this previous work, we present the result of an alternative approach involving 56 planetary scientists and trained students. A web platform was designed for this purpose. All impact craters larger than 1 km in diameter were classified according to a simplified classification scheme, recording the primary or secondary nature of the crater, and the morphology of the ejecta (single, double, or multiple layered ejecta rampart sinuous [LERS], or low-aspect-ratio layer ejecta [LARLE]). In total, 8445 LERS craters, 24,530 partially buried craters, 55,309 secondary craters, and 288,155 craters in the category “standard” were identified. Our assessment differs for 8145 entries in the original database compiled by Robbins and Hynek, which are not considered to be impact structures. In this work, ~39,000 secondary craters have been associated with 108 primary craters. Coupled to the existing database, the database we propose here offers a complementary way to investigate the geological history of Mars. More specifically, the completion of layered ejecta crater morphologies down to 1 km and the connection established between secondary and primary impact crater sources will allow the implementation of statistical studies to reveal the spatial and temporal evo lution of the impacted material characteristics. Thanks to the simplified classification we performed here, this version of the database can be easily used as a training data set for crater identification algorithms based on machine-learning techniques with the aim to identify smaller impact craters and to automatically define their morphological characteristics. Since it is not possible to confirm an impact structure from remote-sensing data alone, any Martian impact database at this stage remains subjective, and its assessment must be facilitated. The interface we developed for this participative project can be directly used for this purpose and for continuous updates and improvements of this work, in particular, with the latest high-resolution imagery releases such as the CTX global mosaic by J.L. Dickson and others, but also as a platform for building specific databases of craters or any other structures located in a particular region of interest.

AB - The most recent comprehensive database of Martian impact craters was the result of the work of impact crater scientists (S.J. Robbins and B.M. Hynek) who carefully examined the available high-resolution imagery of Mars. Building on this previous work, we present the result of an alternative approach involving 56 planetary scientists and trained students. A web platform was designed for this purpose. All impact craters larger than 1 km in diameter were classified according to a simplified classification scheme, recording the primary or secondary nature of the crater, and the morphology of the ejecta (single, double, or multiple layered ejecta rampart sinuous [LERS], or low-aspect-ratio layer ejecta [LARLE]). In total, 8445 LERS craters, 24,530 partially buried craters, 55,309 secondary craters, and 288,155 craters in the category “standard” were identified. Our assessment differs for 8145 entries in the original database compiled by Robbins and Hynek, which are not considered to be impact structures. In this work, ~39,000 secondary craters have been associated with 108 primary craters. Coupled to the existing database, the database we propose here offers a complementary way to investigate the geological history of Mars. More specifically, the completion of layered ejecta crater morphologies down to 1 km and the connection established between secondary and primary impact crater sources will allow the implementation of statistical studies to reveal the spatial and temporal evo lution of the impacted material characteristics. Thanks to the simplified classification we performed here, this version of the database can be easily used as a training data set for crater identification algorithms based on machine-learning techniques with the aim to identify smaller impact craters and to automatically define their morphological characteristics. Since it is not possible to confirm an impact structure from remote-sensing data alone, any Martian impact database at this stage remains subjective, and its assessment must be facilitated. The interface we developed for this participative project can be directly used for this purpose and for continuous updates and improvements of this work, in particular, with the latest high-resolution imagery releases such as the CTX global mosaic by J.L. Dickson and others, but also as a platform for building specific databases of craters or any other structures located in a particular region of interest.

U2 - 10.1130/2021.2550(29)

DO - 10.1130/2021.2550(29)

M3 - Other contribution

SN - 9780813725505

PB - Geological Society of America

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