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Meteoritic Impact References-by Topic
-Shatter Cones

 

Shatter Cones 

*Alexander, S.S., and Hawks, J.H., 1971, The use of shatter cones to estimate the energy of meteorite impacts (abstr.):  EOS (Trans AGU), v. 52, n. 4, p. 264,

*Brink, A.B.A., and Knight, K., 1961, Shatter cones of the Vredefort Ring: discussion: Geol. Soc. South Africa, Proc., v.64, p. 157-158

*Bucher, W.H., 1963, Cryptoexplosion structures caused from without or from within the earth? ("Astroblemes" or "Geoblemes"?):  Am. Jour. Sci., v. 261, p. 597-649.

*Carter, N.L., 1965, Basal quartz deformation lamellae-a criterion for recognition of impactites:  Am. Jour. Sci., v. 263, Nov. 1965, p. 786-806

*Cohen, A.J., Bunch, T.E., and Reid, A.M., 1961, Coesite discoveries establish cryptovolcanics as fossils meteorite craters:  Science, v. 134, p. 1624-1625

*Dence, M.R., 1964, A comparative structural and petrographic study of probably Canadian meteorite craters: Meteoritics, v. 2, n. 3, p. 249-270

*Dietz, R.S., 1947, Meteorite impact suggested by orientation of shatter cones at the Kentland, Indiana, disturbance:  Sci., v. 105, n. 2714, p. 42-43

*Dietz, R.S., 1959, Shatter Cones in cryptoexplosion structures:  Jour. of Geol., v. 67, n. 5, p. 496-505, Chicago

*Dietz, R.S., 1972, Shatter Cones (shock fractures) in astroblemes: Internat. Geol. Cong., 24th, Proc. v. 15, p. 112-118

*Dietz, R.S., 1960, Meteorite impact suggested by shatter cones in rock:  Science, v. 131, n. 3416, p. 1781-1784

*Dietz, R.S., 1963, Cryptoexplosion structures:  a discussion:  Am. Jour. of Science, v. 261, p. 650-664

*Dietz, R.S., 1964, Shatter cone orientation at Sudbury, Canada:  Nature, v. 204, p. 280-281.

*Dietz, R.S., 1964, Sudbury structure as an astrobleme: Jour of Geol., v. 72, n. 4, p. 413-433.

*Dietz, R.S., 1966, Shatter cones at the Middesboro structure, Kentucky:  Meteoritics, v. 3, n. 1, May 1966, p. 27-29

*Dietz, R.S., 1966: in Trans. Lunar Geol. Field Conf. Bend, Oregon, p.25.

*Dietz, R.S., 1968, Shatter cones in cryptoexplosion structures: in- French, B., and Short, N., eds. Shock metamorphism of natural materials: Baltimore, Mono., p. 267-285.

*Dutch, S.I., 1976, The Sudbury meteor impact structure:  resolution of a problem in deformational chronology (abstr.): EOS (Trans AGU), v. 57, n. 4, p. 275.

*Elston, W.E., and Lambert, P.W., 1965, Possible shatter cones, etc.- Geological Problems in Lunar Research, 1004, New York.

*Fleet, M.E., 1979, Tectonic origin for Sudbury, Ontario - Shatter cones:  GSA Bull. 90, p.1177-1182, Dec 1979.

*Gibson, H.M., and Spray, J.G., 1998, Shock-induced melting and vaporization of shatter cone surfaces-evidence from the Sudbury impact structure: Meteoritics and Planetary Science, v.33, p.329-336.

*Gosten, V.A., Haines, P.W., Jenkins, R.J.F., Compton, W., and Williams, I.S., 1986, Impact ejecta horizon within Late Precambrian shales, Adelaide geosyncline, South Australia:  Science, v. 233, n. 4760, p. 198-203.

*Grieve, R.A.F., and Robertson, P.B., 1979, The terrestrial cratering record:  Icarus, v. 38, p. 212-229

*Hargraves, R.B., 1961, Shatter cones in the rocks of the Vredefort ring:  Geol. Soc. South Africa Trans., v. 64, p. 147-153

*Howard, K. & Offield, T.W., 1968, Shatter cones at Sierra Madre, Texas: Science, v. 162, p. 261-265

*Innes, M.J.S., 1964, Recent advances in meteorite crater research at the Dominion Observatory, Ottawa, Canada: Meteoritics, v. 2, n. 3, (Dec. 1964), p. 219-241

*Jahn, B., Floran, R.J., Simonds, C.H., 1978, Rb-Sr isochron age of the Manicouagan melt sheet, Quebec, Canada:  Jour. Geophys. Res., v. 83, n. B6, p. 2799-2803.

*Johnson, J.P., and Talbot, R.J., 1964, A theoretical study of the shock wave origin of shatter cones (U.S. Air Force Inst. Tech. School, Eng., Wright-Patterson AFB, Ohio) p. 92.

*Kelly, A. O., 1966, A water-impact hypothesis for the Sierra Madre structure in Texas:  Meteoritics, v. 3, n. 2, (Nov. 1966), p. 79-82.

*Mawton, W.I., 1965?, The orientation and origin of shatter cones in the Vredefort Ring: in- Greer, J., ed.  Geological problems in lunar research:  New York Acad. Sci, Annals, v. 123, p. 1017.

*Mc Call, G.J.H, 1964, Are cryptovolcanic structures due to meteoric impact?:  Nature, v. 201, 4816, p. 251-254.

*Mc Dougall, D.J., 1970, Natural thermoluminescence of calcareous rocks from the Charlevoix (Mabaie) Structure:  Meteoritics, v. 5, n. 2, p. 75-83, June 30, 1970

*Mc Dowell, R.C., 1986, The Geology of Kentucky - A text to accompany the Geologic Map of Kentucky:  USGS Prof. Paper, 1151-H, p. H1-H76.

*Millman, P.M., 1971, The space scars of Earth: Nature, v 232, p. 161-64.

*Ramsay, J.G., 1961, Shatter cones in the rocks of the Vredefort Ring: Discussion:  Geol. South Africa Proc., v. 64 p. 156-157.

*Read, W.F., 1983, Shatter cones at Glover Bluff, Wisconsin:  Meteoritics, v. 18, n. 3, p. 241-243, Sept. 30, 1983.

*Robertson, P.B., and Mason, G.D., 1975, Shatter cones from Haughton Dome, Devon Island, Canada: Nature, vv. 255, p. 393-394, May 29, 1975.

*Robertson, P.B., and Grieve, R.A.F., 1978, The Haughton impact structure:  Meteoritics, v. 13, n. 4, p. 615-619

*Ronca, L.B., 1966, Meteoritic impact and volcanism:  Icarus, v. 5, p. 515-520.

*Rondot, J., 1968, Significance of the breccia dikes of the Charlevoix structure: Meteoritics, v. 4, n. 4, p. 291-292.

*Rondot, J., 1971, Impactite of the Charlevoix structure, Quebec, Canada: Jour. of Geophys. Res., v. 76, n. 23, p. 5414-5423

*Roy, D.W., 1968, Refraction of a shock wave passing through a cross folded crystalline basement:  Meteoritics, v. 4, n. 4, p. 292-293.

*Roy, D.W., and Rondot, J., 1970, Shatter cones at Charlevoix:  Meteoritics, v. 5, n. 4, p. 219-220.

*Schneider, E., and Wagner, G.A., 1976, Shatter cones produced experimentally by impacts in limestone targets: Earth and Planetary Science Letters, v.32, p.40-44.

*Shoemaker, E.M., Gault, D.R., and Lugn, R.V., 1961, Shatter cones formed by high speed impact in dolomite: Short Papers, Geol. and Hydrologic Series, Articles 293, 438. D. 865.

*Shoemaker, E.M., Gault, D.E., and Lugn, R.V., 1961, Shatter cones formed by high speed impact in dolomite:  USGS Prof. Paper 424-0, p. 365=367.

*Shrock, R.R., and Malott, C.A., 1933, The Kentland area of disturbed Ordovician rocks in northwestern Indiana: Jour. Geol., v. 41, n. 4, p. 337-370.

*Svensson, N.B., 1973, Shatter cones from the Siljan structure, central Sweden:  Geologiska Foreningens i Stockholm Forhendlingar, v. 95, p. 139-143.

*Tarr, W.A., and Twennofel W.H., 1932, Cone-in-cone: in- Twenhofel, W.H., Treatise on sedimentation: Baltimore, Maryland, The Williams and Wilkins Co., p. 716-733.

*Wilshire, H.G., and Howard, K.A., 1968, Structural pattern in central uplifts of cryptoexplosion structures as typified by Sierra Madre:  Science, v. 162, p. 258-261.

*Wolf, R., Woodrow, A.B., and & Grieve, R.A.F., 1980, Meteoritic material at four Canadian impact craters:  Geochim. et Cosmochim. Acta, v. 44, p. 1015-1022.

*Wolfe, S.H., 1971, Potassium--argon ages of the Manicouagan - Mushalagan Lakes structure:  Jour. of Geophys. Res., v. 76, n. 23, p. 5424-543