Talundilly, Western Queensland, Australia: Geophysical and petrological evidence for an 84 km-large impact structure and an Early Cretaceous impact cluster
The Talundilly Structure, southwestern Queensland, Australia, is represented on 2D seismic reflection transects as a major seismic anomaly disrupting the consistent 'C' seismic-stratigraphic horizon above the early Cretaceous Bulldog Wallumbilla Formation throughout the Eromanga Basin. The seismic anomalous zone, estimated at 84 km in diameter from the maximum extent of horizon disruption, coincides with a prominent aeromagnetic (TMI) high which is centrally located within a near-circular...[Show more]
|Collections||ANU Research Publications|
|Source:||Australian Journal of Earth Sciences|
|01_Gorter_Talundilly,_Western_2012.pdf||2.33 MB||Adobe PDF||Request a copy|
Items in Open Research are protected by copyright, with all rights reserved, unless otherwise indicated.