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Analysis of geologic materials at the microscale—where we use the term “microscale” to refer to features resolved approximately by a hand lens—has proven to be a powerful strategy to maximize the information gleaned from limited samples, such as on Mars. However, discrimination between processes that leave behind similar traces requires enlightened comparisons to well-characterized analogs. We characterized and imaged several terrestrial analogs of materials produced by volcanic, hydrovolcanic, or cryovolcanic Martian processes at the hand lens scale, and then we produced a convenient tool for the community to access those data for comparisons. We report on the preparation of this...

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