|Publisher:||John Wiley & Sons Inc; Subsequent edition (July 1, 1996)|
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Astronomy & Space Science. Series: The Ellis Horwood library of space science and space technology. Hardcover: 456 pages.
Astronomy & Space Science. Publisher: Ellis Horwood Ltd, Publisher (December 20, 1989).
ISBN 13: 9780471960515. Planetary Volcanism: A Study of Volcanic Activity in the Solar System (Wiley-Praxis Series in Astronomy and Astrophysics).
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Planetary Volcanism: A Study of Volcanic Activity in the Solar System. Hi Lucas, There is a recent paper (2015) about volcanism on Venus: Shalygin, E. V. et al (2015), Active volcanism on Venus in the Ganiki Chasma rift zone, Geophys. 42, 4762–4769, doi:10.
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Peter Cattermole Wiley, New York, 1996. It then undertakes a tour of volcanoes in the Solar System, starting with the Moon and Mars.
Peter Cattermole Wiley, New York, 1996. sion, uplift, subduetion and overturn involves such complex issues and re-quires such a toolbox of analytical skills that the science is in its infancy. It proceeds to tell us essentially everything that is known about volcanism on Venus as well as Io, Europa and other moons of the outer planets. In its tenth and final chapter, it provides a complete planetary perspective and discusses the reasons various bodies are differ-ent. Climates and atmospheres are also discussed.