ECLIPSE LAKE (two possible structures)
by: Charles O’Dale
- Type: Simple, possible flat floor (small), Central peak (large)
- Location: N 59° 46′ W 64° 18′
- Diameter (two possible structures): ~1.5 Km & ~6 Km
In the early 1970’s, the geological society identified Eclipse Lake (small red circle) in Labrador as a “generally circular lake” requiring further investigation as a possible impact site.
Brent Dalrymple, Radiometric Dating Does Work! Reports of the National Center for Science Education
Grieve R.A.F., Robertson P.B., IMPACT STRUCTURES IN CANADA, the Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society of Canada, February 1975