New Paper About Enigmatic Quaco Cobbles, Upper Triassic, Canadian Maritimes
New paper has been published about the enigmatic
and controversial pitted and fractured cobbles found
in the Upper Triassic (Carnian) Quaco Formation of
coastal New Brunswick, Canada. It is:
Tanner, L. H., 2013, The enigmatic Quaco cobbles, Upper
Triassic, Canadian Maritimes: Deformation by tectonics or
seismic shock? in L. H. Tanner, J. A. Spielmann, and S. G.
Lucas, eds., pp. 577–581, The Triassic System: New
Developments in Stratigraphy and Paleontology. New
Mexico Museum of Natural History and Science, Bulletin
no. 61, 612 pp.
Link to this paper is at http://paleo.cortland.edu/globaltriassic2/
PDF file of this paper is at
Also, there is:
Chapman, M. G., M. A. Evans, and J. F. McHone, 2004,
Triassic cratered cobbles: Shock effects or tectonic
pressure: Lunar and Planetary Science Conference,
Abstracts of Papers Presented, vol. 35, abstract no. 1424.
PDF file of this extended abstract is at