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Re: Double impact at K-T boundary ?



However, the geological community at large does not seem to have accepted
the proposal that there is a crater here.

Pedro de Luna wrote:
> The original Shiva crater papers are:
>
> Nayak, V.K. 2002. A Meteorite Impact Crater and Astroblemes in India.
> Lunar
> & Planetary Science abstract 1129.
>
> Chatterjee, S., N. Guven, A. Yoshinobu, & R. Donofrio. 2006. Shiva
> Structure: a possible KT boundary impact crater on the western shelf of
> India. Museum of Texas Tech University Special Publications 50:39 p.
>
> Peter Moon
>
> Brazil
>
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