Planetology

Dr. Enzmann’s geological surveys on 7 continents earned him degrees in Upsala, Sweden; Witwatersrand, Africa; Juarez, Mexico; MIT, and Harvard. First-man down, Enzmann parachuted solo twice to the Greenland Ice Sheet to survey for a secret military installation. Scroll for moreā€¦

Principles of Morphological Orders of Magnitude

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Glaciation of Mars

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Mars, Part 1: Atmospheric Dust Particles

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Mars, Part 2: Wind Patterns of Mars

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Mars, Part 3: Effects of Suspended Dust

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Systematic Exploration of Planetary Environments

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Use of Space Systems for Planetary Geology

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Introduction to the Section on Signatures

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Synthetic Pegma…What?

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Morphological Order Theory

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Introduction to the Section on Environments

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Void, Space, Mass, and Gravity

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Fact of the Matter: The What and the Where

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Light and Lenses

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Global Warming

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Fact of the Matter: Order Theory

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The Strange Case of the Bright and Shiny Things

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An Archive of Geology

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Orbicular Bodies of Namaqualand, Southwest Africa

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Order Theory and the Problems of Gravitation

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