Geographic variation in Australasian microtektite concentrations: Implications concerning the location and size of the source crater

@inproceedings{Glass1994GeographicVI,
  title={Geographic variation in Australasian microtektite concentrations: Implications concerning the location and size of the source crater},
  author={Billy P. Glass and James E. Pizzuto},
  year={1994}
}
Geographic variations in the concentration of Australasian microtektites in 42 cores from the Indian Ocean, western equatorial Pacific Ocean, and the Philippine, Celebes, and Sulo Seas were used to predict the location of the Australasian tektite source crater and to estimate its size. The location that seems to best explain the geographic variations in microtektite concentrations is located in central Cambodia at about 12°N latitude and 106°E longitude. The diameter of the source crater is… CONTINUE READING

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