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Meteorite impact craters found in Australia, Central America
Cosmos Magazine, Andrew Masterson

Curtin University crater hunters score meteoric hole-in-one
Curtain University

Some of the papers are:

Cox, M.A., Cavosie, A.J., Ferriere, L., Timms, N.E., Bland, P.A.,
Miljkovic, K., Erickson, T.M. and Hess, B., 2019. Shocked
quartz in polymict impact breccia from the Upper Cretaceous
Yallalie impact structure in Western Australia. Meteoritics
& Planetary Science, 54(3), pp.621-637.

Dentith, M.C., Bevan, A.W.R. and McInerney, K.B., 1992. A
preliminary investigation of the Yallalie Basin: a buried
15 km diameter structure of possible impact origin in the
Perth Basin, Western Australia. Meteoritics, 27.

Dentith, M.C., Bevan, A.W.R., Backhouse, J., Featherstone,
W.T. and Koeberl, C., 1999. Yallalie: a buried structure of
possible impact origin in the Perth Basin, Western Australia.
Geological Magazine, 136(6), pp.619-632.

Rochette, P., AlaƧ, R., Beck, P., Brocard, G., Cavosie, A.J., Debaille,
V., Devouard, B., Jourdan, F., Mougel, B., Moustard, F. and
Moynier, F., 2019. Pantasma: Evidence for a Pleistocene
circa 14 km diameter impact crater in Nicaragua. Meteoritics
& planetary science, 54(4), pp.880-901.


Paul H.

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New Research on meteorite impact craters in Australia and Central America

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