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Author: Roger L. Gibson,Wolf Uwe Reimold
ISBN: 0813724651
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Pages 660 pages
Publisher Geological Society of Amer (May 1, 2010)
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by Roger L. Gibson,Wolf Uwe Reimold


Start by marking Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution IV as Want to Read . Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution held at the Vredefort Dome, South Africa, in Aug. 2008.

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International Conference on Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution . Reimold, W. U. Personal Name: Gibson, Roger L. (Roger Lawrence), 1963-.

International Conference on Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution (4th : 2008 :, Vredefort Dome, South Africa). Publication, Distribution, et. Boulder, Colo. Special paper ; 465. General Note: Proceedings of the Fourth International Conference on Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution held at the Vredefort Dome, South Africa, in Aug.

by Wolf Uwe Reimold (Author), Roger L. Gibson (Author). The book shows how the immense violence of the event and aeons of slow erosion have combined to provide us with a unique window onto the early history of planet Earth and into the deep levels of its interior

by Wolf Uwe Reimold (Author), Roger L. ISBN-13: 978-3642104633. The book shows how the immense violence of the event and aeons of slow erosion have combined to provide us with a unique window onto the early history of planet Earth and into the deep levels of its interior. It goes on to show how the lessons learned from the rocks around Vredefort are being used throughout the world to teach a new generation of scientists of the reality, and danger, of similar events in the future.

RL Gibson, W Uwe Reimold, G Stevens. The age and thermal evolution of the Vredefort impact structure: A single-grain U Pb zircon study. WU Reimold, C Koeberl, RL Gibson, BO Dressler. Geology 26 (9), 787-790, 1998. RL Gibson, RA Armstrong, WU Reimold. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta 61 (7), 1531-1540, 1997. The Vredefort impact structure, South Africa: the scientific evidence and a two-day excursion guide. RL Gibson, WU Reimold. Council for Geoscience, 2001. Impact tectonics, 479-552, 2005.

Published by Geological Society of America (2010).

ISBN 13: 9780813724652. Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution IV (Special Paper). Published by Geological Society of America (2010). ISBN 10: 0813724651 ISBN 13: 9780813724652.

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Are you sure you want to remove Large meteorite impacts and planetary evolution IV from your list? Large meteorite impacts and planetary evolution IV. by International Conference on Large Meteor. Includes bibliographical references.

In: Large meteorite impacts and planetary evolution IV conference, Vredefort, South Africa, Lunar and . Salameh E, Khoury H, Reimold WU, Schneider W (2008) First large meteorite impact structure discovered in the Middle East: Jebel Waqf as Suwwan, Jordan.

In: Large meteorite impacts and planetary evolution IV conference, Vredefort, South Africa, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Abstract Scholar. Science 105:42–43CrossRefGoogle Scholar. Meteorit Planet Sci 43:1681–1690CrossRefGoogle Scholar.

Impact cratering is now ubiquitously recognized as a fundamental geological and planetological process that has decisively contributed to the formation and evolution of all bodies in the Solar System. In the tradition of the previous Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution Special Papers of the Geological Society of America, this volume presents the outcomes of current impact cratering research of both planetological and terrestrial scope. The contents include planetary cratering studies involving both remote sensing analysis and numerical modelling-regarding both formation of impact structures on Earth and elsewhere. Furthermore, a range of geological, geophysical, and remote sensing studies of terrestrial crater structures, as well as multidisciplinary laboratory investigations of natural and experimentally produced impactites are reported. This volume relates new discoveries of possible impact structures and confirmation of others, and it is a widely applicable source book for information about the impact cratering process and impact crater studies.