What is the peculiarity of the Martian polar cap and its influence on the planet’s atmospheric processes?

The Martian polar cap is a mixture of dry ice (frozen carbon dioxide) and regular ice. When summer begins, dry ice melts into regular carbon dioxide. The pressure over the cap increases. The pressure drop leads to strong winds that cause dust storms. About a million tons of dust rises into the planet’s atmosphere.

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