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The Puchezh-Katunki Impact Crater Geology and Origin

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By: Victor Masaitis(Editor), Mikhail Naumov(Editor)
Publisher: Springer Nature
The Puchezh-Katunki Impact Crater
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This book presents essential data on the geology of the Puchezh-Katunki crater – an early Jurassic crater located on the East European Platform, with an impact structure that is ca. 80 km in diameter. Offering a comprehensive guide, it reviews the studies carried out during the last several decades on this prominent but not well-known impact structure. It offers the international community state-of-the-art information on the crater with regard to e.g. structural mapping, drilling (including the Vorotilovo well, which is 5374 m deep), geophysical research, and the petrological analysis of impactites and various breccias. In addition, The Puchezh-Katunki Impact Crater includes new results from the mineralization and crystallizations beneath this large impact crater, and suggests new models for crater formations.

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By: Victor Masaitis(Editor), Mikhail Naumov(Editor)
Publisher: Springer Nature
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