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Lake Lappajärvi, Central Finland: a Possible Meteorite Impact Structure

Nature volume 217, page 438 (03 February 1968) | Download Citation

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LAKE LAPPAJÄRVI (lat. 63° 10′ N., long. 23° 40′ E.) is situated about 60 km east of Vaasa, about 200 km north-north-west of Helsinki (Fig. 1). The depression in which the lake is located is largely filled by deposits from the last glaciation.

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  1. Geological Survey of Sweden, Department of Applied Geology and Research, Stockholm, 50.

    • NILS-BERTIL SVENSSON

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