Here’s the beginning of a bibliography for the use of GIS in planetary science.
- Mapping an Ancient Meteorite Crater Gives Scientists Insight About Future Risks (ArcNews, Summer 2001)
- Lunar Data Sheds Light on Moon’s History (ArcUser, October-December 2003)
- Mapping the Near Side of the Moon (ArcUser, October-December 2003)
- Where Did Water Flow on Mars? (ArcUser, January – March 2008)
- Mapping the Mars Rovers’ Landing Sites (ArcUser, April – June 2004)
- Mars Research Supported by Online GIS (ArcNews, Summer 2001)
- Lest We Forget Venus! (ArcNews, Summer 2001)
- Integrated Lunar Web-GIS Environment Using Data Obtained by Lunar Exploration (40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 2009)
- Astrogeology Program Maps Planets (ArcUser, 2004)
- Geology of Antoniadi Crater, South Pole Aitken Basin, Moon (40th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 2009)
- Working with Geographical Information (GIS) System for Planetary Data using ArcView Software (Map India 2006)
- Point Pattern Analysis of North Polar Crescentic Dunes, Mars: A Geography of Dune Self-Organization (Icarus
Volume 191, Issue 1, 1 November 2007)
- Martian Impact Craters, Ejecta Blankets, and Related Morphologic Features: Preliminary Results from Computer Digital Inventory Using Arc/Info and ArcView (29th Annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, 1998)
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