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The Chicxulub Asteroid Impact and Mass Extinction at the Cretaceous-Paleogene Boundary
The Fall of the Dinosaurs According to the fossil record, the rule of dinosaurs came to an abrupt end ∼65 million years ago, when all nonavian dinosaurs and flying reptiles disappeared. SeveralExpand
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The formation of peak rings in large impact craters
Drilling into Chicxulub's formation The Chicxulub impact crater, known for its link to the demise of the dinosaurs, also provides an opportunity to study rocks from a large impact structure. LargeExpand
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Three-dimensional joint inversion of traveltime and gravity data across the Chicxulub impact crater
In 2005 an extensive new seismic refraction data set was acquired over the central part of the Chicxulub impact crater, allowing us to image its structure with much better resolution than before.Expand
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Hatton Bank (northwest U.K.) continental margin structure
Summary. The continent-ocean transition near Hatton Bank was studied using a dense grid of single-ship and two-ship multichannel seismic (mcs) profiles. Extensive oceanward dipping reflectors in aExpand
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Expedition 364 preliminary report: Chicxulub: drilling the K-Pg impact crater.
The Chicxulub impact crater, Mexico, is unique. It is the only known terrestrial impact structure that has been directly linked to a mass extinction event and the only terrestrial impact with aExpand
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Investigating a 65-Ma Old smoking gun: Deep drilling of the Chicxulub impact structure
The Phanerozoic paleontological record is marked by several biological extinction events. One of them, at the Cretaceous/Tertiary (K/T) boundary, was responsible for the demise of about 50% of generaExpand
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The first day of the Cenozoic
Significance Chicxulub impact crater cores from the peak ring include ∼130 m of impact melt rock and breccia deposited on the first day of the Cenozoic. Within minutes of the impact, fluidizedExpand
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Asteroid impact, not volcanism, caused the end-Cretaceous dinosaur extinction
Significance We present a quantitative test of end-Cretaceous extinction scenarios and how these would have affected dinosaur habitats. Combining climate and ecological modeling tools, we demonstrateExpand
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Extracting Topography of Venus from Single Orbit Magellan SAR Data by Using Sub-Aperture Interferometry
Introduction: In the early 1990s Magellan synthetic aperture radar (SAR) imaged almost 98% of the surface of the planet Venus. The orbit of the Magellan satellite was elliptical and the altitude wasExpand
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NUMERICAL SIMULATIONS OF CHICXULUB CRATER FORMATION BY OBLIQUE IMPACT
Introduction: Impact trajectory direction and angle to the target plane are important impact parameters that determine the direction of most severe environmental consequences and the volume and depthExpand
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