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  1. ... southeastern Australia. Luann Becker and Bob Poreda have confirmed impact with a new radiometric date, impact breccia, and maskelynite in the Bedout Crater, offshore Canning Basin, Western Australia, first proposed as an impact structure by John Gorter in 1996. This crater is comparable in size with ...
  2. ... Tullis and Michael Williams, Presiding   Paper # Start Time   8:00 AM Introductory Remarks 145-1 8:15 AM REMOTE MAPPING OF EAGLE CRATER, MERIDIANI PLANUM, MARS USING NOVEL STEREOGRAPHIC PROJECTION TECHNIQUES: DE PAOR, Declan G., Department of Earth Sciences, Boston Univ, 685 Commonwealth ...
  3. ... -6305, phil.christensen@asu.edu The Mini-TES instruments on Spirit and Opportunity have studied the mineralogy and thermophysical properties at Gusev Crater and the Meridiani Plains. At Gusev undisturbed soil spectra closely match MGS TES bright-region dust spectra, with features interpreted to be due ...
  4. ... , Grand Forks, ND 58202, mike_davis@und.edu 119-5 36 ENSO FREQUENCY AND PERIODICITY AS INTERPRETED FROM THE 6200-YEAR-LONG RECORD FROM BAINBRIDGE CRATER LAKE, GALAPAGOS: LAST, William M. 1, BRYKSINA, Natalia A. 1, RIEDINGER-WHITMORE, Melanie A. 2, and BAXTER, Kylene 1, (1) Univ Manitoba, 240 Wallace ...
  5. ... COURSES: NORTON, Kevin P., School of Science, Penn State Erie - The Behrend College, Station Road, Erie, PA 16563-0203, kpn1@psu.edu 210-7 10:00 AM CRATERS OF THE MOON NATIONAL MONUMENT AND PRESERVE: USING DYNAMIC DIGITAL MAPPING TO EDUCATE, PRESERVE AND PROVIDE ACCESS FOR ALL: ROBINSON, Tiffaney L ...
  6. ... , and JANZ, Horst, Institute for Geochemistry, Univ of Tuebingen, Wilhelmstr. 56, Tuebingen, D-72074, Germany The Steinheim basin is a 3.5 km wide crater in Upper Jurassic limestone of the Swabian Alp formed by a meteorite impact during the middle Miocene (~14.3 Ma). The crater basin was successively ...
  7. ... -6305, tglotch@asu.edu, (2) Geological Sciences, Mackay School of Mines, University of Nevada Reno, Reno, NV 89557 241-4 2:25 PM MINERALOGY AT GUSEV CRATER AND MERIDIANI PLANUM FROM THE MOESSBAUER SPECTROMETERS ON THE MARS EXPLORATION ROVERS: MORRIS, Richard V., Code SR, NASA Johnson Space Ctr, Houston ...
  8. ... , suggestive of resurgence. Some large chaos areas, notably Murias Chaos and Thrace Macula, are associated with clusters of small (<1 km diameter) craters, interpreted as secondary craters. Some chaos areas are surrounded by blobs of matrix material and sometimes small blocks, which may represent ...
  9. ... STUEBEN, Doris, Institute for Mineralogy and Geochemistry, Univ of Karlsruhe, Karslruhe, 76128, Germany Yaxcopoil 1, drilled within the Chicxulub crater, was expected to yield the final proof that this impact occurred precisely at the K-T boundary 65 m.y. ago and caused the end-Cretaceous mass extinction ...
  10. ... compositions distinguish evaporite-rich rocks, basaltic soils, concretion/hematite-rich soils, and basaltic rocks with distinctive compositions. Craters expose evaporite-rich sedimentary rocks from beneath a thin, basaltic regolith. In addition to hematite and jarosite, indicated by MB, APXS chemical ...

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