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Saturday, 17 October 2009

Additional Material Related to “World's Biggest Impact Crater” (??) India

Additional Material Related to “World's Biggest Impact Crater” (??) India

Paul bristolia at yahoo.com
Sat Oct 17 10:21:48 EDT 2009

Dr. Chatterjee explains the Seychelles-India break-up as the result
of a massive extraterrestrial impact in:

Chatterjee, S., and N. M. Mehrotta, 2009, Significance of the
Contemporaneous Shiva Impact Structure and Deccan Volcanism
at the KT Boundary. Geological Society of America Abstracts
with Programs. vol. 41, no. 7, pp. 160.

http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2009AM/finalprogram/abstract_160197.htm

The explanation for the Seychelles-India break-up as argued by the
majority of geologists is given in "Age of Seychelles-India break-up" at

http://www.mantleplumes.org/Seychelles.html and in:

Collier, J. S., V. Sansom, O. Ishizuka, R. N. Taylor, T.A. Minshull
and R. B. Whitmarsh, 2008, Age of Seychelles–India break-up,
Earth and Planetary Science Letters. vol. 272, no. 1-2, pp. 264-277

http://dx.doi.org/10.1016/j.epsl.2008.04.045

Both the web page and paper have a list of other papers about
pertaining to the geology of the structure, which Chatterjee argues
to have been created by an asteroid impact.

There is a PDF file of a nonpneer-reviewed paper that discusses h
Chatterjee's hypthesis in greater length. It is:

Chatterjee, S., N. Guven, A. Yoshinobu, and P. Donofrio, 2006, Shiva
Structure: a possible KT boundary impact crater on the western shelf
of India.Special Publications, Museum Texas Tech University. no. 20.

http://www.depts.ttu.edu/gesc/Fac_pages/Yoshinobu/Published_pdfs
/Chatterjee%20et%20al.%202006.pdf

Yours,

Paul H.

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