[meteorite-list] Re: tektite crater?

From: Kelly Webb <kelly_at_meteoritecentral.com>
Date: Thu Apr 22 09:43:32 2004
Message-ID: <3B51EFB1.41E0A0D8_at_bhil.com>

Hi, Chris,

    Woodleigh is big enough to be a major candidate for some extinction,
no doubt about it! (There's an unexplained one at 205 million years
    You'll notice that this one's buried 100 meters deep. That is, it
took 200,000,000 years or more to bury it only 100 meters; that 1/2
meter per million years. The proposed (and undiscovered) 114 km crater
that might have (should have) produced the Australasian tektites would
have to be only 800,000 years old. How deep could it be buried (if at

Sterling K. Webb

Chris Sharp wrote:

> Its in the area but wrong date?
> <http://www.mining-australia.com/features-crater.htm>
> Chris Sharp
Received on Sun 15 Jul 2001 03:32:02 PM PDT

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