The enigmatic Zerelia twin-lakes (Thessaly, Central Greece): two potential meteorite impact Craters

@article{Dietrich2013TheEZ,
  title={The enigmatic Zerelia twin-lakes (Thessaly, Central Greece): two potential meteorite impact Craters},
  author={Volker J. Dietrich and Evangelos Lagios and Eric Reusser and Vasileios Sakkas and E. Gartzos and Konstantinos Kyriakopoulos},
  journal={Solid Earth Discussions},
  year={2013},
  volume={5},
  pages={1511-1573}
}
Abstract. Two circular permanent lakes of 150 and 250 m diameter and 6–8 m depth to an unconsolidated muddy bottom occur 250 m apart from each other in the agricultural fields SW of the town of Almiros (Thessaly, central Greece). The age of the lakes is assumed to be Late Pliocene to Early Holocene with a minimum age of approx. 7000 yr BP. The abundant polymict, quartz-rich carbonate breccia and clasts with a clay rich matrix in the shallow embankments of the lakes show weak stratification but… 

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