Yushkin Readings 2020 Syktyvkar (Russia)
Four new Proceedings contributions – three of them directly related to the Chiemgau impact.
The May conference “Yushkin Readings 2020 – Modern Problems of Theoretical, Experimental, and Applied Mineralogy” has been postponed for the time being to 7-10 December 2020 due to the pandemic. In anticipation of this, the 407-page conference proceedings of all papers accepted for presentation have now been printed and published on the Internet. The four papers submitted by the CIRT together with co-authors from ZEISS (Dr. Hiltl), Oxford Instruments (Dr. Bauer) and the Russian Academy of Sciences (Dr. Shumilova) are included.
Titles and authors:
An eight kilogram chunk and more: evidence for a new class of iron silicide meteorites from the Chiemgau impact strewn field (SE Germany) F. Bauer, M. Hiltl, M. A. Rappenglück, K. Ernstson
Evidence of meteorite impact-induced thermal shock in quartz K. Ernstson
Chiemite — a high PT carbon impactite from shock coalification/carbonization of impact target vegetation K. Ernstson, T. G. Shumilova
Artifact-in-impactite: a new kind of impact rock. Evidence from the Chiemgau meteorite impact in southeast Germany B. Rappenglück, M. Hiltl, K. Ernstson
DIGITAL TERRAIN MODEL (DTM) TOPOGRAPHY OF SMALL CRATERS IN THE HOLOCENE CHIEMGAU (GERMANY) METEORITE IMPACT STREWN FIELD.
K. Ernstson and J. Poßekel
The Digital Terrain Model (DTM) of craters in the Chiemgau meteorite impact strewn field with extreme topographic resolution excludes anthropogenic and glacial origin in principle and provides insight into unusual formation processes.
NOT JUST A RIMMED BOWL: GROUND PENETRATING RADAR (GPR) IMAGERY OF SMALL CRATERS IN THE HOLOCENE CHIEMGAU (GERMANY) METEORITE IMPACT STREWN FIELD.
J. Poßekel and K. Ernstson
High resolution ground penetrating radar (GPR) measurements over craters of the Holocene Chiemgau impact meteorite crater strewn field reveal instructive images of complex structures and chronological sequences during excavation.