References Miscellaneous (Crater Search)

Written By Aubrey Whymark 2018
This is a reference list (far from exhausted) of papers potentially useful in helping to locate and interpret the potential Australasian Tektite source crater, which I believe to be located in the Song Hong / Yinggehai Basin. To find the papers do a google search and there is a fair chance of finding the paper you want for free online. A good trick is to add 'PDF' after copying the title into Google Search Engine. Bing is far inferior for searching in my experience.
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