Mars' seasonal polar caps undergo a constant cycling throughout a single Martian year. These processes are dynamic and important aspects that showcase interactions between Mars' weather, atmosphere, and surface activity. The rate at which CO2 sublimates from the seasonal ice sheet and into the atmosphere has been seen to remain fairly consistent between a variety of Mars years through the creation of an inter-annual climatological model. The cap itself, however, has been observed to retreat in an asymmetric fashion. We plan to utilize Mars topography data collected from the Mars Orbiter Laser Altimeter in order to find a link between the observed quicker or slower recession of the seasonal CO2 cap and the local elevation.