Temperature-time paths in the high-P Manicouagan imbricate zone, eastern Grenville Province: evidence for two metamorphic events.
G., Dating the cooling of exhumed central uplifts of impact structures by the (U-Th)/He method; a case study at Manicouagan.
Oklahoma Geological Survey, Norman, Oklahoma, 100, 153–168. In International Conference on Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution (Sudbury 1997).
X-ray diffraction study of the structure of diaplectic anorthosite glass from Manicouagan impact crater, Canada.
Stress of Precambrian rocks in the crypto-explosion structure of Manicouagan in the province of Quebec, Canada (in German).
Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta Supplement, 69(10), A321. 26th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, abstract #1605, 1209–1210.
Ramezani, J., Bowring, S., Pringle, M., Winslow, F., and Rasbury, T. The Manicouagan impact melt rock: A proposed standard for the intercalibration of the U-Pb and 40Ar/39Ar isotopic systems. Chemical variation among Serenitatis impact melt breccia samples in the Taurus-Littrow Balley, Apollo 17 landing site.
Partial melting of metapelites in the Gagnon terrane below the high-pressure belt in the Manicouagan area (Grenville Province): pressure-temperature (P-T) and U-Pb age constraints and implications.
Hematite, pyroxene, and phyllosilicates on Mars: Implications from oxidized impact melt rocks from Manicouagan Crater, Quebec, Canada.
Submitted by Chuck Simmonds Arndt, J., and Gonzalez-Cabeza, I. The viscous flow behavior of diaplectic glass and fusion-formed glass: A Comparitive study on shocked anorthosite from Manicouagan crater, Canada. Diaplectic glass and fusion-formed glass: Comparative studies on shocked anorthosite from Manicouagan crater, Canada. Diaplectic labradorite glass from the Manicouagan impact crater. Physical properties, crystallization, structural and genetic implications.
11th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, abstract #1012. 12th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, abstract #1011.
13th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, abstract #1146, 283–284.