LATEST UPDATES

RECENT (2017) UPDATES of MY AMATEUR IMPACT CRATER/STRUCTURE EXPLORATIONS

by: Charles O’Dale 

SEPTEMBER

  • Montagnais – Continental shelf illustration

AUGUST

      • Solar Eclipse, 21 August 2017, Douglas Wyoming.

JULY

 

JUNE

MAY

APRIL

Is this impact breccia from the Pingualuit impact?

Stesky, R. M. & Halls, H. C., Structural Analysis of Shatter Cones from Slate Islands, Northern Lake Superior LUNAR AND PLANETARY SCIENCE X

MARCH

Scientists from the respected Trofimuk Institute of Petroleum Geology and Geophysics insist the process by which a series of craters formed was caused by the melting of gas hydrates and the emission of methane.

Pingualuit impact crater, Quebec – Documentation of Dr. Meen’s first exploration of the crater.

A tale of clusters: no resolvable periodicity in the terrestrial impact cratering record (Matthias M. M. Meier & Sanna Holm-Alwmark 2017)

Proximal ejecta located at the first sample site southwest of the crater rim along the A–A′ . The horizons indicated are disturbed, and represent sediment from which the ejecta was derived.

FEBRUARY

A view of U-537 anchored in Martin Bay on Labrador Coast northern Canada : National WW2 Museum.

Comprehensive analysis of nanodiamond evidence relating to the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis; Tyrone L. Daulton, Sachiko Amari, Andrew C. Scott, Mark Hardiman, Nicholas Pinter, R. Scott Anderson (19 December 2016)


“We, all of us, are what happens when a primordial mixture of hydrogen and helium evolves for so long that it begins to ask where it came from.”
Jill Tarter
CANADIAN CRATERS