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Extinction Crater

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Extinction Crater

Extinction Crater

Extinction Crater

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We'll look at new information about a very old crater — one that may have been responsible for a mass extinction some 250 million years ago.

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Luann Becker
*Department of Geological Sciences, Institute of Crustal Studies, University of California at Santa Barbara

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