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Re: Chicxulub crater references
> Thank you for your quick, information-filled reply, but what I requested
> are published references to help me evaluate the impact nature of the
> crater. Can I see the Caribbean Leg data of the this recent drilling
> project published somewhere, or about to be?
> You say "There is NO QUESTION that the impact is right at the boundary
> based on all marine fossils found in cores." That is your professional
> opinion, and I respectfully wish to look at the references that back up
> this statement. Can you provide them, please?
> I respect your professional standing as a paleontologist, but I retain
> the right to be skeptical of any claim until I can evaluate all the
> information for myself.
> Thank you in advance for the time you take to dig out any references for
> me. It is greatly appreciated.
As always it will be published as a volume(s) of the ODP series. I'm
CC.ing this to Dr. Mark Leckie at U. Mass. who was in charge of paleo.
on that leg. Perhaps he will forward to references to us.