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Balme, M.; Gallagher, C.; Page, D.; Murray, J.; Muller, J.-P. and Kim, J.-R. (2010). The western Elysium Planitia palaeolake. In: Cabrol, Nathalie and Grin, Edmond eds. Lakes on Mars. Elsevier.


Page, David P.; Balme, Matthew R. and Grady, Monica M. (2009). Dating martian climate change. Icarus, 203(2) pp. 376–389. file


Page, David P. (2008). Comment on 'Athabasca Valles, Mars: A Lava-Draped Channel System'. Science, 320(5883) p. 1588.

Page, David P. (2008). Comment on "Athabasca Valles, Mars: A Lava-Draped Channel System". Science, 320(5883) p. 1588.


Page, David P. (2007). Recent low-latitude freeze-thaw on Mars. Icarus, 189(1) pp. 83–117.


Page, David P. and Murray, John B. (2006). Stratigraphical and morphological evidence for pingo genesis in the Cerberus plains. Icarus, 183(1) pp. 46–54.

Kossacki, Konrad J.; Markiewicz, Wojciech J.; Smith, Michael D.; Page, David and Murray, John (2006). Possible remnants of a frozen mud lake in southern Elysium, Mars. Icarus, 181(2) pp. 363–374. file


Murray, John B.; Muller, Jan-Peter; Neukum, Gerhard; Werner, Stephanie C.; van Gasselt, Stephan; Hauber, Ernst; Markiewicz, Wojciech J.; Head III, James W.; Foing, Bernard H.; Page, David; Mitchell, Karl L.; Portyankina, Ganna and the HRSC Co-Investigator Team (2005). Evidence from the Mars Express High Resolution Stereo Camera for a frozen sea close to Mars’ equator. Nature, 434(7031) pp. 352–356.

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