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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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Quantifying the release of climate-active gases by large meteorite impacts with a case study of Chicxulub
Potentially hazardous asteroids and comets have hit Earth throughout its history, with catastrophic consequences in the case of the Chicxulub impact. Here we reexamine one of the mechanisms thatExpand
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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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Site M0077: Post-Impact Sedimentary Rocks
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Drilling-induced and logging-related features illustrated from IODP-ICDP Expedition 364 downhole logs and borehole imaging tools
Abstract. Expedition 364 was a joint IODP and ICDP mission-specific platform (MSP) expedition to explore the Chicxulub impact crater buried below the surface of the Yucatan continental shelfExpand
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Rapid Recovery of Life at Ground Zero of the End Cretaceous Mass Extinction
The Cretaceous/Palaeogene mass extinction eradicated 76% of species on Earth1,2. It was caused by the impact of an asteroid3,4 on the Yucatán carbonate platform in the southern Gulf of Mexico 66Expand
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Chicxulub and the exploration of large peak-ring impact craters through scientific drilling
The Chicxulub crater is the only well-preserved peak-ring crater on Earth and linked, famously, to the K-T or K-Pg mass extinction event. For the first time, geologists have drilled into the peakExpand
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Site M0077: Upper Peak Ring
S. Gulick, J. Morgan, C.L. Mellett, S.L. Green, T. Bralower, E. Chenot, G. Christeson, P. Claeys, C. Cockell, M. Coolen, L. Ferrière, C. Gebhardt, K. Goto, H. Jones, D. Kring, J. Lofi, C. Lowery, R.Expand
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Characterization of Phreatomagmatic Deposits from the Eruption of the Pavin Maar (France)
The crater-lake Pavin, located in Auvergne and dated 6740 years BP, is the youngest volcano and one of the two acidic maars in metropolitan France. Field missions to the Pavin area were conducted forExpand
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Expedition 364 summary
The Chicxulub impact crater, on the Yucatán Peninsula of México, is unique. It is the only known terrestrial impact structure that has been directly linked to a mass extinction event and the onlyExpand
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