We thank Prof. J.-P. Muller (Mullard Space Science Laboratory, UCL), Dr. J.-R. Kim and Dr. S.-Y. Lin for their collaborative work on this research. We thank the ESA Mars Express High-Resolution Stereo Camera Team.
The research was supported by the UK Science and Technology Funding Council (STFC): (grants: ST/F003099; PP/C502630/1; PP/E002366/1; PP/E00217X/1). S. Gupta was supported by a Royal Society-Leverhulme Trust Senior Research Fellowship.
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