2 edition of On the Probable Meteorite Origin of the Clearwater Lakes, Quebec. found in the catalog.
On the Probable Meteorite Origin of the Clearwater Lakes, Quebec.
Canada. Dept. of Mines and Technical Surveys. Dominion Observatories.
|Series||Canada Dominion Observatory Contributions -- V.6,no.07|
|Contributions||Dence, M., Innes, M., Beals, C.|
This is a list of possible impact structures on than features on Earth include candidate impact sites that have appeared several times in the literature and/or have been endorsed by the Impact Field Studies Group (IFSG) and/or Expert Database on Earth Impact Structures (EDEIS),. The Earth Impact Database (EID) is used at Wikipedia as authoritative . Incredible Meteorite Found With Hieroglyphics Canada - This story was published by TW Patterson at the Conwichan Valley Citizen on Jan, The Cowichan Valley is a region around the Cowichan River and Cowichan Lake on Vancouver Island, in British Columbia, Canada.
The St. Robert meteorite has been typed as an H5 chondrite and the first stony meteorite to be found in Quebec. Studies of the fall indicate the total fall mass of meteorites larger than 55 g to be between 65 kg to kg distributed through to fragments. M eteoric impact craters are among the most interesting geological structures on our planet. While most of these craters have been eroded away by natural processes over the vast expanse of geological time, many of these ‘astroblemes’ (literally meaning star wound in Greek) still remain in the form of a circular geological scar of crushed and deformed bedrock.
Export of Canadian Meteorites Reporting of a meteorite found in Canada is not mandatory. Meteorites found in Canada can be sold in Canada. The. export Under the Cultural Property Export and Import Act (S.C. , c), which came into force September 6, a Canadian find cannot be exported without a permit from the. The cause of the Hudson Bay Arc is still a mystery – Image courtesy NASA Le Goulet gap at Richmond Gulf, Quebec, documented on the “Hudson Bay Arc” in this Landsat image. Clearwater Crater West is illustrated in the upper right of the image. Le Goulet gap at Richmond Gulf, Quebec. GO ZooM is directly over the “rim” of the Hudson Bay Arc for this image.
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The Lac Wiyâshâkimî (the official name, in French, formerly Lac à l'Eau Claire), also called the Clearwater Lakes in English, is a calque of Wiyâšâkamî in Northern East Cree (changed form of wâšâkamî or wâšekamî in more southerly Cree dialects) and Allait Qasigialingat by the Inuit, are a pair of annular lakes on the Canadian Shield in Quebec, Canada, near Hudson on: Baie-d'Hudson, Kativik, Quebec.
four offprints: 1) a comparative structural and petrographic study of probable canadian meteorite cratters. 2) recent geological and geophysical studies of canadian craters.
3) on the probable meteorite origin of the clearwater lakes, quebec. 4) the nature and significance of terrestrial impact structures. and others. dence] on *free* shipping on qualifying offers. McDonald, I., Clearwater East impact structure: A re-interpretation of the projectile type using new platinum-group element data from meteorites, Meteorite &.
Glass from the West Clearwater Lake hypervelocity impact crater contains numerous spheroids, 10 to μm across, which appear to have formed at high temperatures as fluids immiscible in the enclosing melt. The spheroids are distinguished from small, normal, largely void gas vesicles, which are also present, by being completely filled in all cases; by having Cited by: Clearwater Lakes, Quebec, Canada.
Twin impact craters, which are formed simultaneously by two separate, but probably related, meteorite impacts, are very rarely recognized on Earth. This pair is situated in crystalline bedrocks of the Canadian Shield. Hische, R., Clearwater impact structure, Quebec, Canada, II: Modelling of the impact conditions (abstract).
European Science Foundation, Second International Workshop. Impact Cratering and Evolution of Planet Earth. Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta,Vol. 42, pp. to Pergamon Press.
Printed in Great Britain NOTE Meteoritic component and impact melt composition at the Lac l'Eau Claire (Clearwater) impact structures, Quebec RICHARD A. GRIEVE Earth Physics Branch, Department of Energy, Mines and Resources, Ottawa, Canada K1A OY3 (Received 7 Cited by: Meteorite Books Anonymous / FALLING FROM THE SKY: A METEORITE RESOURCE CD, pdf file,$ 45 D ence, M.
/ ON THE PROBABLE METEORITE ORIGIN OF THE CLEARWATER LAKES, QUEBEC, Reprint from J. Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, pages 13 - 22,- 5 - $ Quebec crater is out of this world. Ingrid Peritz A massive crater in Northern Quebec has been luring the curious for over 50 years. formed million years ago when a meteorite crashed Author: Ingrid Peritz.
A probable meteorite origin for Mistastin Lake, Labrador Article in Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences 6(1) February with 68 Reads How we measure 'reads'. Clearwater Lakes double impact crater in Quebec, Canada, view from West. Image: Wikipedia An asteroid smashing into a planet can dramatically alter the planet’s habitability by setting back evolution or even encouraging biodiversity.
Init was suggested that the Clearwater lakes were of an impact origin (Beals et al., ). Material from Clearwater lake drill core was recovered in and The presence of allochthonous breccias and recrystalized fragments in a heavily vesiculated crystalline matrix was indicative of an impact origin (Dence, ; Dence et al Author: Derek King.
The ⩾36 km West Clearwater Lake (centered at 56°13′ N, 74°30′ W) and ∼26 km East Clearwater Lake (centered at 56°05′ N, 74°07′ W) impact structures in Québec, Canada, are eye-catching geologic features on satellite images, generally perceived as a typical impact crater doublet (Fig.
1A).After Beals et al. () had originally suggested a possible impact origin for the Cited by: This Landsat image from 9 September features the Clearwater Lakes in Canada's Quebec province.
Located to the east of the Hudson Bay, what appears to be two separate lakes is actually a. Dence MR, Innes MJS, Beals CS () On the probable meteorite origin of the Clearwater Lakes, Quebec.
Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada 13–22 Google Scholar Dence MR, Innes MJS, Robertson PB () Recent geological and geophysical studies of Canadian by: 9. UWA geologists have helped debunk a long-held belief that twin asteroids formed Canada's Clearwater Lakes.
Geo-chronologist Martin Schmieder says one of the two circular structures in Quebec is Author: Geoff Vivian. The Pingualuit Crater (French: Cratère des Pingualuit; from Inuit "pimple"), formerly called the "Chubb Crater" and later the "New Quebec Crater" (French: Cratère du Nouveau-Québec), is a young impact crater, by geological standards, located on the Ungava Peninsula, in the administrative region of Nord-du-Québec, in Quebec, is km ( mi) in Age: ± Ma.
Quebec Provincial Police said they had received several calls about the event, but had not been able to pinpoint the source of the noise.
And, although a meteorite strike can often be detected by. Allan Hills A, named after the location in Antarctica where it was found, was the first meteorite of lunar origin, to be found on our planet.
The search was conducted by the ANSMET (Antarctic Search for Meteorites) team from USA. Allan Hillsa meteorite recovered by the same team, was discovered to be of Martian origin. Origin of Coatings and Discussion: One can speculate whether the observed enrichment of rare elements in the Clearwater East shatter cone coating could either stem from the target rocks, or whether it could be impactor-derived matter, mobilized during impact-induced hydrothermal activity.
At Clearwater East, meteorite. Crater Explorer. My exploration and documentation of craters (presently only on this planet). some structural, geological and/or geophysical evidence exists but the impact origin is still highly uncertain for the lack A marine magnetic study of the Ile Rouleau impact structure, Lake Mistassini, Quebec Canada.
Meteoritics, 70th Annual. Scientist are proposing a startling new theory: that an extraterrestrial impact, possibly a comet, set off a 1,year-long cold spell and wiped out or fragmented a wide variety of animal genera.The book reflects the scientific research done on the general limnology, history, origin, volcanology and geological environment as well as on the Author: William Zylberman.