Recently published paper supporting the YD impact: The Younger Dryas interval at Wonderkrater (South Africa) in the context of a platinum anomaly

As the IO made its way toward impact (described here), its tail left ice impact craters dispersed over a wide region (most of it now under the waters it delivered). A recent paper, “The Younger Dryas interval at Wonderkrater (South Africa) in the context of a platinum anomaly,” reports on IO-borne materials found and analyzed by the authors.

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