1. Isachsen Y.W. (1988). Metallic spherules and a microtektite support the interpretation of a buried impact crater beneath Panther Mountain in the central Catskill Mountains, New York. Meteorit. and Planet. Sci., Vol.33, No.4, P. 74
  2. Isachsen Y.W., Wright S.F., Revetta F.A., Dineen R.J. (1992). The Panther mountain circular structure, a possible buried meteorite crater. Pap. Present. Int. Conf. Large Meteorite Impacts and Planet. Evol., Sudbury, Aug. 31 - Sept. 2, 1992 , Houston (Tex.), P. 40
  3. Jarmo Moilanen (2003). List of probable and possible impact structures of the World.
  4. D. Rajmon (2009).


Google Earth.


( " "):

, . , 10 , . - 860 . , , , , , . 18 . 10 , 3-4 , . . , , . . , . ,
(Isachsen Y.W., Wright S.F., Revetta F.A., Dineen R.J., 1992).




, " " ( , !), , . FAQ .

Bourabai Research Institution home page

   - Bourabai Research Bourabai Research Institution