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GSP1954 <GSP1954@aol.com> wrote
>A few days ago, on the telly, there was a report that five craters (including
>the Manicouagan) may have been formed at the same time by the tidal induced
>break up of the one meteor in the Late Triassic. Anyone have a reference for
>the study this is based upon?  
Original paper :

Spray J G, Kelley S P, Rowley D B, Evidence for a late Triassic multiple
impact event on Earth, Nature 1998; 392: 171-173

Review article (in the same issue) :

VanDecar J, Crater row, Nature 1998; 392: 131

Gautam Majumdar                 gautam@majumdar.demon.co.uk