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Chesapeake Bay Impact Structure: Development of “Brim” Sedimentation in a Multilayered Marine Target

Product Code: USPE537
Series: GSA Special Papers
Author/Editor: By Henning Dypvik, Gregory S. Gohn, Lucy E. Edwards, J. Wright Horton Jr., David S. Powars, and Ronald J. Litwin
Publication Date: 12 February 2019
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GSA Special Paper 537

The Chesapeake Bay impact structure is perhaps the best documented example of a small group of multi-layer, marine-target impacts formed in continental shelves or beneath epeiric seas. In this multidisciplinary study, new sedimentological and stratigraphical data and results—mainly from three Chesapeake Bay brim cores (Watkins School, Langley, and Bayside)—are compared to and compiled with key crater core data. This volume provides detailed understanding of the impact-related processes and sedimentation, their interaction and relative timing, and their products in the "brim," the target-sediment layer in the area outside the transient cavity.

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Type: Book
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Thirteen Digit ISBN: 9780813725376
Publisher: GSA
Binding: Paperback
Pages: 68
Weight: 0.4 kg


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