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《Chinese Journal of Geophysics》 1999-S1
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THE DEVASTATING IMPACT EVENTS IN THE STRATIGRAPHIC RECORD

SU YANG (Beijing Astronomical Observatory, National Astronomical Observatories , CAS, Beijing 100012, China)  
Thirty percent of 160 are known impact crater structures are buried by postimpact sediment, and there must be much more impact crater structures that have not be found in the sediment, especially in the oceanic bottom. Even if the impact craer structures were destroyed by it active geologic processes causing surface renewal, the impact ejecta and dedris of NEOs had survived and marked the geohysical and geopchemical anomalies related to impact in the sediment, providing NEO impact events with new ground evideces. Though a limited number of stratigraphic evidences discovered, the discovery of the evidences for impacts in the strati-graphic record has developed an important research area of NEO impacts. This paper will present a brief review of studies head in this direction.
【CateGory Index】: P183.5
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