Here are links to some files I have generated in the course of my research, which may be useful to other planetary scientists. These are in the spirit of open notebook science and are neither quality controlled nor peer-reviewed. You are welcome to download and use these for your own research without contacting me. As of May 2012 some of these links do not work - contact me if you need a particular mosaic.
Holden/Eberswalde GISZip file of ArcGIS files generated during work on Holden and Eberswalde. Unzip to a single directory, and open eberswalde_CTX2.mxd.
I recommend using the USGS tool "Convert 32 bit NODATA" on these mosaics for use in Arc. Otherwise, a manual min-max stretch from 0.0 to 0.18 should make the mosaic visible. Some files have been compressed using the freely-available bzip2 utility.
Tempe Terra crater with glacier-associated channels. Caleb Fassett drew my attention to this crater.
Mojave Crater. Young alluvial fans(?). Possible impact-induced precipitation. Described by Rebecca Williams and Mike Malin.
"Mojave-like" crater in Tartarus. Both craters first identified as "Mojave-like" by (members of) the HiRISE team.
"Mojave-like" crater in Isidis.
Eberswalde drainage basin. MSL candidate landing site.
Aeolis-Zephyria sinuous ridges. Part of the motherlode of sinuous ridges and fans described by Devon Burr.
SW Melas Chasma. Sulfate site with channels and fans, described by Nicolas Mangold and Joannah Metz
Lyot Crater. Crater with numerous Amazonian glacial channels, described by Jay Dickson.