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Commission IV, WG VI/4/8 ABSTRACT: Understanding planetary atmosphere-surface exchange and extra-terrestrial-surface formation processes within our Solar System is one of the fundamental goals of planetary science research. There has been a revolution in planetary surface observations over the last 15 years, especially in 3D imaging of surface shape. This has led to the ability to overlay image data and derived information from different epochs, back in time to the mid 1970s, to examine changesdoi:10.5194/isprsarchives-xli-b4-453-2016 fatcat:zlmrgy2tzbfp7grc2xk6truakm