author={Sean P. S. Gulick and Gail L. Christeson and Penny J. Barton and Richard A. F. Grieve and J. V. Morgan and Jamie Urrutia-Fucugauchi},
  journal={Reviews of Geophysics},
  pages={31 - 52}
Geophysical data indicate that the 65.5 million years ago Chicxulub impact structure is a multi‐ring basin, with three sets of semicontinuous, arcuate ring faults and a topographic peak ring (PR). Slump blocks define a terrace zone, which steps down from the inner rim into the annular trough. Fault blocks underlie the PR, which exhibits variable relief, due to target asymmetries. The central structural uplift is >10 km, and the Moho is displaced by 1–2 km. The working hypothesis for the… 
Seismic attribute analysis of Chicxulub impact crater
Chicxulub crater formed ~ 66 Ma ago by an asteroid impact on the Yucatan platform in the southern Gulf of Mexico. The crater has a ~ 200 km rim diameter and has been covered by carbonate sediments up
The formation of peak rings in large impact craters
Rock samples from IODP/ICDP Expedition 364 support the dynamic collapse model for the formation of the Chicxulub crater and have implications for far-ranging subjects, from how giant impacts alter the climate on Earth to the morphology of crater-dominated planetary surfaces.
Geophysical signature of the Tunnunik impact structure, Northwest Territories, Canada
In 2011, the discovery of shatter cones confirmed the 28 km diameter Tunnunik complex impact structure, Northwest Territories, Canada. This study presents the first results of ground‐based
Mapping the Chicxulub Impact Stratigraphy and Peak Ring Using Drilling and Seismic Data
We integrate high‐resolution full‐waveform velocity models with seismic reflection images to map the peak ring and impactite stratigraphy at the Chicxulub structure. International Ocean Discovery
Probing the hydrothermal system of the Chicxulub impact crater
The recovered core shows the Chicxulub crater hosted a spatially extensive hydrothermal system that chemically and mineralogically modified ~1.4 × 105 km3 of Earth’s crust, a volume more than nine times that of the Yellowstone Caldera system.
Chicxulub Crater Joint Gravity and Magnetic Anomaly Analysis: Structure, Asymmetries, Impact Trajectory and Target Structures
Modeling gravity and magnetic anomalies over the Chicxulub crater are used to constrain the structure, stratigraphy, and asymmetries. Chicxulub is a multiring ~ 200 km rim diameter structure with a
Seismic imaging and attribute analysis of Chicxulub Crater central sector, Yucatán Platform, Gulf of Mexico
Chicxulub Crater, formed ~66Ma ago by an asteroid impact on the southern Gulf of Mexico, is the best preserved of the three large multi-ring basins in the terrestrial record. The crater structure is


Ringed structural zones with deep roots formed by the Chicxulub impact
The Chicxulub meteorite/comet impact of 65 Ma occurred on the present northeast coast of the Yucatan peninsula of Mexico and is considered by many to have caused a mass extinction at the end of the
Chicxulub: The third dimension of a multi-ring impact basin
The buried 65 Ma Chicxulub impact structure in Mexico is the largest well-preserved impact crater known on Earth. Seismic reflection data have revealed Chicxulub to be a multi-ring basin—it has the
Structural uplift beneath the Chicxulub impact structure
Models of the central structure of large impact craters are poorly constrained, partly because of the lack of well-preserved terrestrial examples, and partly because of the extreme nature of impact
Yucatán karst features and the size of Chicxulub crater
SUMMARY The buried Chicxulub impact structure is marked by a dramatic ring of sinkholes (called cenotes if containing water), and adjacent less prominent partial rings, which have been shown to
Surface expression of the Chicxulub crater
Analyses of geomorphic, soil, and topographic data from the northern Yucatan Peninsula, Mexico, confirm that the buried Chicxulub impact crater has a distinct surface expression and that carbonate
Mapping Chicxulub crater structure with gravity and seismic reflection data
Abstract Aside from its significance in establishing the impact-mass extinction paradigm, the Chicxulub crater will probably come to exemplify the structure of large complex craters. Much of
Full waveform tomographic images of the peak ring at the Chicxulub impact crater
Peak rings are a feature of large impact craters on the terrestrial planets and are generally believed to be formed from deeply buried rocks that are uplifted during crater formation. The precise