DOI: 10.1029/2004je002355
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Abstract: [1] A number of spectroscopic instruments with high resolution and complementary wavelength ranges, including TES, THEMIS, OMEGA, and CRISM, will give an unprecedented wealth of information about the surface of Mars. In order to maximize the utility of these data sets, they need to be joined to provide pan-spectral coverage of the surface of Mars that will give information on different types of absorption processes in surface materials. We have performed a test of this approach using ISM and TES data to provi…

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