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Celestial Catastrophism
Bibliography & Handbook

May 18, 2013   Compiled by:

William I. Thompson III, M.Sc.
Research Consultant
62 Elmwood Street
Millbury, MA 01527-1927
USA

witiii@verizon.net

Go to:  2.0 Annotated Bibliography, below.


Previous version of this Bibliography, from 2010.

(Some references from older version may no longer be accurate.)


 
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1.0 General Discussion & Background

This annotated bibliography on celestial catastrophism was prepared to keep track of articles, books, reports, and other related media to potential catastrophic events caused by astral visitors such as planets, asteroids, and comets to planet Earth.  Note that these types of events are also referred to as astral catastrophism or sometimes cosmic catastrophism.

The recent asteroid explosion over Chelyabinsk, Russia on 15 February 2013 shows the relevance of the present bibliography.  [ http://news.discovery.com/space/asteroids-meteors-meteorites/russian-meteor-sky-isnt-falling-but-space-rocks-do-130219.htm]

Note that some extinctions on Earth may have been ultimately caused by celestial events that produced secondary effects such as earthquakes, tsunamis, and renewed volcanic action due to tidal shifting and so forth.  Not all volcanic activity is caused by an astral visitor but some information on volcanoes is also included in the present bibliography since it is catastrophic to life on Earth.

As of February 2013 I have included some documents related to catastrophic flooding when the ultimate cause is unstated in many cases.

Palmer states “However, in recent years, there has been growing acceptance of the view that the history of life may have been shaped by major catastrophes to a far greater extent than previously realised.  Partly that has come about because of an increased knowledge of the occurrence of immense volcanic eruptions and sustained episodes of volcanism over wide areas.  Another factor is a developing awareness of the threat from asteroids and comets in Earth-crossing orbits, together with the realisation that many of the craters at the Earth’s surface, previously thought to be of volcanic origin, were in fact formed by impacts (See Chapters 14, 19 and 20).” [Palmer (2003), p. 338.]  Note the Electric Universe theory here.  Even Meteor Crater didn’t have a ball of iron at the base – and it may have been the site of a thunderbolt.  Patten (1988) covers the potential “Sword of the Lord” electrical discharges between Mars and Earth.  White (2003) in his Chapter 16 discusses much of this type of material.

Some of the catastrophic conditions which are associated with mass extinctions are global cooling and warming, close approaches by astral visitors, major glaciation, fluctuations in sea level, global anoxia, volcanic eruptions, asteroid impacts, plate tectonics, gamma rays, and disease.

It should be noted that volcanism is included because some volcanic eruptions may have been induced if an astral visitor came close to Earth and cause large crustal deformations.  Remember that the crust of the Earth is rather thin compared to the diameter of the Earth.  Although it is common knowledge that some volcanism is not associated with astral visitors but with plate tectonics.

The bibliography will never be “finished,” as it has been estimated that there are over 1,000 papers alone on the Tunguska Event, mostly by Russian researchers.  I will not try to gather them all!

The annotations are minimal but may assist a researcher in locating specific information.  As may be expected it is a multidisciplinary study with at least the following disciplines: archaeology, astrogeophysics, astronomy, astrophysics, biology, catastrophism, chemistry, cosmology, geology, geophysics, history, linguistics, mythology, palaeontology, physics, psychology, religion, space physics, and uniformitarianism.

Beginning in September 2012 I began to add a few citations to rapid sea-level changes which occurred at the ends of ice ages presumably.  Who knows, they may have been started by a celestial-related event.

For ease of movement within the document, the first letter of the alphabetic entry with the ` character (the accent grave diacritic which shares the key with the tilde symbol (~) on the keyboard to the upper left of the Q key).  By using the Find function in MS Word with the ` as a prefix, for example `R will take you to the citations with the last name of the lead (or sole) author beginning with “R.”

One can use the SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System [ http://www.adsabs.harvard.edu/] to determine the citation history to various documents.  Note that the Citation database in the ADS is NOT complete.  Please keep this in mind when using the ADS Citation lists.

William I. Thompson IIII has no responsibility for the persistence or accuracy of universal resource locators (URLs) for external or third-party internet websites referred to in this publication, and does not guarantee that any content on such websites is, or will remain, accurate or appropriate.

 

Acronyms Related to Celestial Catastrophism

A companion document Celestial Catastrophism Handbook contains acronyms and abbreviations used in the various disciplines dealing with celestial catastrophism has also been prepared.  One can be sent upon request.


 
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Abbott, Dallas H., W. Bruce Masse, L. H. Burckle, D. Breger, and P. Gerard-Little (2005) “Burckle abyssal impact crater: Did this impact produce a global deluge?” Atlantis 2005 Conference, Milos, Greece, Conference Proceedings (color version on cd).

Abbott, Dallas H., Edward Bryant, V. Gusiakov, and W. Bruce Masse (2007) “Megatsunami of the World Ocean: Did They Occur in the Recent Past?” Eos Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, Vol. 88, No. 23, Jt. Assem. Suppl., Abstract PP42A-04. [CCB]

Abbott, Dallas H. and A. E. Isley (2002) “Extraterrestrial Influences on Mantle Plume Volcanism,” Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 205, pp. 53-62, 15 Jan.

Abell, George (1964) Exploration of the Universe, Holt, Rinehart and Winston.  [Cited in Patten (1966B).]

ABS (2010) Inside the Mysteries of the Bible: New Perspectives on Ancient Truths, Revised and Updated Edition, American Bible Society, Time Home Entertainment Inc.  [celestial catastrophism, We own a copy.]

Ackerman, John (1999A) Firmament, ISBN 0-7414-0070-7 [Free online:] http://www.firmament-chaos.com/index.html

Ackerman, John (1999B) Chaos: A New Solar System Paradigm, ISBN 0-7414-0295-5, [Free online:] http://www.firmament-chaos.com/index.html

Ackerman, John (2006) Peleh: Hidden Knowledge, [Free online:] http://www.firmament-chaos.com/index.html

Agassiz, A. (1842) “On the Succession and Development of Organized Beings at the Surface of the Terrestrial Globe,” Edinburgh New Philosophical Journal, Vol. 33, pp. 388-399. [Cited in Palmer (2003), Ch. 6

Ager, Derek (1993) The New Catastrophism: The Importance of the Rare Event in Geological History, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press), [Cited in Palmer (2003) p. 30.]

Aggarwal, H. R. and V. R. Oberbeck (1974) “Roche Limit of a Solid Body,” Astrophysical Journal, Vol. 19, No. 3, pp. 577-588.  [Cited in Thompson (1976).]

Aharon, P. (2003) “Meltwater Flooding Events in the Gulf of Mexico Revisited: Implications for Rapid Climate Changes During the Last Deglaciation,” Paleoceanography, Vol. 18, p. 1079-ff. [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006) p. 323.]

Aharon, P. (2004) “Gulf of Mexico Deglacial Stable Isotope Data,” IGBP PAGES/World Data Center for Paleoclimatology, Data Contribution Series # 2004-042.NOAA/NGDC Paleoclimatology Program, Boulder, CO.  [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 323 plus.]

AIAA (2004) “Protecting Earth from Asteroids and Comets,” Position Paper, American Institute of Aeronautics and Astronautics, Reston, VA, USA.  [Copy in files.]

Aittola, Marko, Teemu Öhman, Johannes J. Leitner, and Jouko Raitala (2007) “The Characteristics of Polygonal Impact Craters on Venus,” Earth, Moon, and Planets, Vol. 101, pp. 41–53, DOI 10.1007/s11038-007-9148-4.  [Copy in files.]

Akridge, G. (1996) “The Prehistoric Use of Meteorites in North America,” Meteorite, Vol. 2, No. 2, pp. 20-22. [Cited in Firestone et al. (1996), p. 223.  The ‘black stone’ in the Kabba in Saudi Arabia is a meteorite.]

Aksu, A. I., R. N. Hiscott, P. J. Mudie, et al. (2002) “Persistent Holocene Outflow from the Black Sea to the Eastern Mediterranean Contradicts Noah’s Flood Hypothesis,” GSA Today, Vol. 12, No. 5, pp. 4-10. [Cited in Palmer (2003) p. 488.]

Albritton, Claude C. Jr. (1989) Catastrophic Episodes in Earth History, Chapman and Hall, London.  [Cited in Palmer (2003), Ch. 6, p. 375, #20, etc. and Huggett (1997).]

Aldred, Cyril (1998) The Egyptians, Fourth Edition, Revised and updated by Aidan Dodson, Ancient Peoples and Places Series, Thames & Hudson, London, ISBN-13: 9780500280362. [1987 Edition cited in Niroma n.d.B.]

Alfvén, Hannes (1981) Cosmic Plasma, Reidel, New York. [Cited in Scott (2007).]

Alfvén, Hannes (1986A) “Double Layers and Circuits in Astrophysics,” IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Vol. PS-14, No. 6, p. 788, Dec. [Cited in Scott (2007).]

Alfvén, Hannes (1986B) “Model of the Plasma Universe,” IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science, Vo. PS-14, No. 6, pp. 631–632, Dec. [Cited in Scott (2007).]

Alfvén, Hannes and C. G. Falthämmer (1963) Cosmical Electrodynamics, Oxford University Press. [Cited in Scott (2007).]

Allaby, M. and J. Lovelock (1983 The Great Extinction, Secker and Warburg, London. [Cited in Palmer (2003), p. 433.]

Allan, Derek S. (2001) “An Unexplained Arctic Catastrophe,” Chronology and Catastrophism Review 2001:2, pp. 3-7. [Cited in Palmer (2003) p. 485, #20.]

Allan, Derek S. and J. Bernard Delair (1995A) When the Earth Nearly Died, (Bath, UK: Gateway Books), Reissued in 1997 as Cataclysm! Compelling Evidence of a Cosmic Catastrophe in 9500 B.C., (Rochester, VT, USA: Bear & Company), ISBN 1879181428. [See Notes File.  Cites Patten (1966A). Have a copy.  372 pp. 1,639 references. Roche limit.  Cited on several pages in Palmer (1993).]

Allan, Derek S. and J. Bernard Delair (1995B) “Scientific Evidence for a Major World Catastrophe About 11,500 Years Ago,” Chronology and Catastrophism Review, Vol. 17, pp. 41-48. [Cited in Palmer (2003) p. 485, #20.]

Allan, Derek S. and J. Bernard Delair (1997) Cataclysm! Compelling Evidence of a Cosmic Catastrophe in 9500 B.C., Bear & Company, Rochester, VT, ISBN 1879181428.

Allan, R. R. (1967) “Resonance Effects Due to the Longitude Dependence of a Gravitational Field of a Rotating Primary,” Planetary and Space Science, Vol. 15, No. 1, pp. 53-76.  [Cited in Thompson (1976).]

Alley, Richard B. (2001) The Two-Mile Time Machine: Ice Cores, Abrupt Climate Change, and Our Future, [Greenland ice cores findings.  Dr., Is his middle name William or nickname “Bill” http://www.sis-group.org.uk/news/schoch-effect.htm.  CCB]

Alroy, John (2010) “The Shifting Balance of Diversity Among Major Marine Animal Groups,” Science, Vol. 329 No. 5996, 03 Sep., Read More http://www.wired.com/wiredscience/2010/09/mass-extinction-dynamics/?ref=nf#ixzz12lD3Xt3a

Alter, Judy (x) Souvenirs from Space: The Oscar E. Monnig Meteorite Gallery

Alvarez, L. W. (1983) “Experimental Evidence that an Asteroid Impact Led to the Extinction of Many Species 65 Million Years Ago,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science, USA, Vol. 80, pp. 627-642.  [Cited in Palmer (2003), p. 434.]

Alvarez L. W., Walter Alvarez, F. Asaro, and H. V. Michel (1980) “Extraterrestrial Cause for the Cretaceous-Tertiary Extinction,” Science, Vol. 208, pp. 1095-1108.  [Cited in Palmer (2003) p. 433, and Firestone (2009B).]

Alvarez, L., Walter Alvarez, and S. Klint (1980) “Asteroid-Caused Extinctions,” Science News, Vol. 117, p. 22. [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006).]

Alvarez, Walter (1994) “Trajectories of ballistic impact ejecta on a rotating Earth,” pp. 2-3 in New Developments Regarding the KT Event and Other Catastrophes in Earth History, Document ID: SEE N94-28294 07-46, [University of California at Berkeley]

Alvarez, Walter (1997) T. Rex and the Crater of Doom, (Princeton: Princeton University Press), [Cited in Levy (1998), Ch. 5, and Palmer (2003), pp. 433 and 436.]

Alvarez, Walter and Frank Asaro (1990) "What Caused The Mass Extinction?: An Extraterrestrial Impact," Scientific American, October, pp. 44-ff.

Alvarez, Walter, E. G. Kauffman, F. Surlyk, et al. (1984) “Impact Theory of Mass Extinctions and the Invertebrate Fossil Record,” Science, Vol. 223, pp. 1135-1141.  [Cited in Palmer (2003), p. 436-7.]

Alvarez, Walter and Christian Koeberl – Editors (2000) Catastrophic Events and Mass Extinctions: Impacts and Beyond, Proceedings of a Conference held on July 9-12, 2000, Geozentrum, University of Vienna, Austria, LPI Contribution 1053, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, ISSN 1540-9120.

Anders, Edward and D. Nelson Limber (1959) “Origin of the Worzel Deep-Sea Ash,” Nature, Vol. 184, pp. 44-45, (04 July); doi:10.1038/184044b0, http://www.nature.com/nature/journal/v184/n4679/abs/184044b0.html, [Possibly from a cometary collision, or some other catastrophic event involving bodies of cosmic origin. Abstract in CC folder.]

Anderson, David G., Albert C. Goodyear, James Kennett, and Allen West (2011) “Human Population Decline across Parts of the Northern Hemisphere during the Younger Dryas Cooling Period,” Session 60, Poster Session ID 1584, International Union for Quaternary Research 2011 Congress, 21-27 July, Bern, Switzerland.  See www.inqua.tcd.ie for abstracts. [Abstract in files.]

Anderson, D. L. (1999) “Planet Earth,” In: The New Solar System, Fourth Edition. J. K. Beatty, C. C. Petersen, and A. Chaikin - Editors, Cambridge University Press, New York.

Andrews, J. T. (1987) “Iceberg Rafted Detritus,” Submitted to the NOAA Paleoclimatology Data Archive, Boulder, CO.  [Listed in Firestone et al. (2006), CCB.]

Andrews, J. T. (1995) “A Heinrich-like Event, H-0 (DC-0): Source(s) for Detrital Carbonate in the North Atlantic During the Younger Dryas Chronozome,” Paleoceanography, Vol. 10, pp. 943-952.  [Cited in firestone et al. (2006), p. 288.  CCB.]

Andrews, J. T. and W. R. Peltier (1976) “Collapse of the Hudson Bay Ice Center and Glacio-Isostatic Rebound,” Geology, Vol. 4, pp. 73-75.  [Ice Age File.  Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), pp. 285-286.  WIT idea.  An ice dump from space – like a pile of sugar on a table moves out.]

Andronikov, Alex V. (2011) “A report on the field trip to Belgium, the Netherlands and Russia (from May 1 to May 31, 2011),” [Online:] http://www.scribd.com/george1202/d/76814554-Black-Mat-Andronikov-2011-Lower-Younger-Dryas-Boundary-Europe-Report

Andronikov, Alex V., Dante S. Lauretta, I. E. Andronikova, R. J. Maxwell (2011) “On the Possibility of a Late Pleistocene Extraterrestrial Impact: LA-ICP-MS Analysis of the Black Mat and Usselo Horizon Samples,” 74th Annual Meteoritical Society Meeting, August 8–12, 2011, London, UK, Supplement, #5008.  [Abstract online:] http://cosmictusk.com/game-changer-independent-confirmation-of-elevated-et-materials-in-arizona-and-dutch-black-mats

Anon. (n.d.) “Earth Impact Database,” University of New Brunswick, Planetary and Space Science Centre, Department of Geology, Canada, http://www.unb.ca/passc/ImpactDatabase/ [Firestone et al. (2006), p. 298.  A website concerned with over 160 identified impact craters on the Earth.]

Anon. (1937) “Submarine Canyons,” Geog Rev. Vol. 27, pp. 681-683 [See Allan and Delair (1997), Pt. I, Ref. 205.  Article implied cosmic visitor. CT article.]

Anon. (1988A) “COCORP Finds Thick Ptoterozoic (?) Strata Under Midcontinent, EOS, Vol. 69, No. 15, p. 209.  [Copy of article on p. 32 of my Science & Faith Notebook 5.]

Anon. (1988B) “Comet Seen as Cause of Ancient Tsunami,” Report on a Tsunami Deposit at the C-T Boundary in Texas, USA” The Boston Globe, 29 July, p. 8, AP  [Conclude that the most likely source for such a tsunami is a bolide-water impact. Page 40-41 in Science & Faith Notebook 5.  CH5011.  See also Bourgeois et al. (1988).]

Anon. (1990) “Magellan Radar Images depict Large Impact Craters on Venus,” Aviation Week & Space Technology, 08 October, p. 67. [Copy p. 74 in Science & Faith Notebook 5.]

Anon. (1994A) Planetary and Space Science Volume 42, Issue 9, September 1994, Special Issue: Asteroids, Comets and Meteors 1993-IV.

Anon. (1994B) “Papers Presented to New Developments Regarding the KT Event and Other Catastrophes in Earth History,” A Conference held on 09-12 February, Report No. NASA-CR-195169, LPI Contribution 825, Sponsored by Lunar and Planetary Institute, and University of Houston Clear Lake, TX, USA, N94-28294, [Online:] http://ntrs.nasa.gov/archive/nasa/casi.ntrs.nasa.gov/19940023791_1994023791.pdf, [Abstracts of 109 papers.  Copy in folder.]

Anon. (1995) “Antarctic Fossil Questions,” Picture of the Day, 04 April, [Online] http://www.thunderbolts.info/tpod/2005/arch05/050404antarctic-fossil.htm [Radiometric dating problems.]

Anon. (2000a) “Researchers to Drill into Dinosaur Crater,” BBC News, http://news.bbc.co.uk/2/hi/science/nature/1076703.stm [Chicxulub Crater]

Anon. (2001) “Carbon, and Radiocarbon Dating: A Primer,” Mammoth Trumpet, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 7-9, http://abob.libs.uga.edu/bobk/nuclear.pdf [Probably the Editor of Mammoth Trumpet, initials are JMC.  Copy with Firestone and Topping (2001) article.]

Anon. (2004)   [Online] “Ice Core Findings,” Picture of the Day, 07 Sep., [Online] http://www.thunderbolts.info/tpod/2004/arch/040907ice-core.htm [Northern Greenland, NGRIP]

Anon. (2006) “A Record of Planetary Catastrophe,” Thunderbolts Picture of the Day 07 July, [Online] http://www.thunderbolts.info/tpod/2006/arch06/060707record.htm

Anon. (2007) “2007 Planetary Defense Conference,” Invited Presentations and Papers, http://www.aero.org/conferences/planetarydefense/2007papers.html

Anon. (2010A) “Fireball and Meteorite Fall on/about 14 April 2010 over the Conterminous United States,” No article yet.  [Fell into southern Wisconsin I believe.  Photos on Yahoo.com.]

Anon. (2010B) “Geology and the Cosmic Connection,” New Scientist, 5.6.2010, pp. 39-41 [Reported in C&C Workshop 2010:2, pp. 14-15. The Deccan Traps in India – The lava is rich in iridium and the area of sea off the adjacent coast shows signs of being a huge impact crater.]

Anon. (2010+) “Essential Guide to the Electric Universe,” An Eight Part Document, [Online:] http://www.thunderbolts.info

Anon. (2011A) “1811-12 New Madrid Earthquakes, A NEO Connection?” [Online:] http://www.datasync.com/~rsf1/1811.htm [Copy in CC Folder.]

Anon. (2011B) “A Different Kind of Climate catastrophe,” In a blog A Catastrophe of Comets, [Online:] https://craterhunter.wordpress.com/a-different-kind-of-climate-catastrophe/

Anon. (2012-03-16) “The Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis Revisited,” In a blog A Catastrophe of Comets, [Online:] http://craterhunter.wordpress.com/2012/03/16/the-younger-dryas-impact-hypothesis-revisited/

Apollodorus (n.d.) See James George Frazer (1921).

Arnold, V. I. (1963) “Small denominators and problems of stability of motion in classical and celestial mechanics,” Usp. Math. Nauk. Vol. 18. No. 6. P. 91. Russ. Math. Surv. Vol. 18. No. 6. P. 85.

Asher, David J., Mark E. Bailey, Vacheslav Emel’yanenko and William M. Napier (2005) “Earth in the Cosmic Shooting Gallery,” Observatory, Vol. 125, pp. 319-322, [Online:] http://www.arm.ac.uk/preprints/455.pdf [Copy in files. Cited in Napier (2009). Comment from SIS: Claims the terrestrial impact rate appears to be substantially higher than current NEO population models imply but is consistent with a significant unseen asteroid and cometary contribution to the hazard.]

Asher David J. and S. Victor M. Clube (1993) “An extraterrestrial influence during the current interglacial,” Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society QJRAS, 34, 481.

Asher, David J., S. Victor M. Clube, William M. Napier and Duncan I. Steel (1994) “Coherent Catastrophism,” Vistas in Astronomy, Vol. 38, No. 1, pp. 1-27; Abstract at http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/1994VA.....38....1A [Abstract in CC folder.]

Asher, David J. and Duncan I. Steel (1998). “On the possible relation between the Tunguska bolide and comet Encke,” Planetary and Space Science, Vol. 46, pp. 205-211.

Acheson, Mel and Amy Acheson (2005) “Thunderbolts of the Gods: Does Growing Evidence of an Electric Universe Reveal Previously Hidden Meaning in Ancient Mythology?” in Forbidden History: Prehistoric Technologies, Extraterrestrial Intervention, and the Suppressed Origins of Civilization, Edited by J. Douglas Kenyon, Bear and Company, Rochester, VT, ISBN-10: 1591430453. [Cited in Farrell 2007]

Atkinson, A. (1999) Impact Earth, Virgin, London. [Cited in Palmer (2003).]

Austin, Steve A. – Editor - (1994A) Grand Canyon: Monument to Catastrophe, pp. 57–82. Institute for Creation Research, Santee, CA.

Austin, Steve A. (1994B) A Creationist View of Grand Canyon Strata,” pp. 57-82 in Grand Canyon: Monument to Catastrophe, Edited by S. A. Austin, Institute for Creation Research, Santee, CA.


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Bagenal, Fran, Timothy E. Dowling and William B. McKinnon - Editors – (2007) Jupiter: The Planet, Satellites and Magnetosphere, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 9780521035453

Bagrov, Alexander, Anna P. Kartashova, and Vladislav A. Leonov (2007) “Planetary Cosmogony of the Solar System: The Origin of Dangerous Meteoroids,” 2007 Planetary Defense Conference, http://www.aero.org/conferences/planetarydefense/2007papers/P1-3--Bagrov--Paper.pdf.

Bailey, Mark E. (1999) Exodus to Arthur, Batsford, London [Cited in Palmer 2003, Ch. 29.]

Bailey, Mark E., S. Victor Clube, and William M. Napier (1986) “The Origin of Comets,” in Vistas in Astronomy, Vol. 29, pp. 53-112.  [Ref. IV. 148 in Allan and Delair (1997).]

Bailey, Mark E., S. Victor Clube, and William M. Napier (1990) The Origin of Comets, Pergamon Press. [Cited in Levy (1998), Ch. 5 and van der Sluijs (2007B).]

Baillie, Mike G. L. (1990/91) Dendrochronology and Thera – the Scientific case for a 17th Century BC Eruption, Journal of the Ancient Chronology Forum, Vol. 4, pp. 15-28. [Cited in Palmer (2003) Ch. 29.]

Baillie, Mike G. L. (1995) A Slice Through Time: Dendrochronology and Precision Dating, (London: Routledge)

Baillie, Mike G. L. (1999) Exodus to Arthur: Catastrophic Encounters with Comets, (London: B. T. Batsford), Reprinted in 2003.

Baillie, Mike G. L. (2006) New Light on the Black Death: The Cosmic Connection, Amazon.com

Baillie, Mike G. L. (2007A) The Case for Significant Numbers of Extraterrestrial Impacts Through the Late Holocene,” Journal of Quaternary Science, Vol. 22, p. 101-109, ISSN 0267‑8179. [Online] http://tsun.sscc.ru/hiwg/pabl/baillie_2007_jqs.pdf [Copy in folder.  SIS, Cited in Godbole (2010).]

Baillie, Mike G. L. (2007B) “Tree-Rings Indicate Global Environmental Downturns that could have been Caused by Comet Debris,” pp. 105-122 or Chap. 5 in Bobrowsky, Peter T. and Hans Rickman - Editors, Comet/Asteroid Impacts and Human Society: An Interdisciplinary Approach, Springer-Verlag, Berlin. ISBN 3540327096.

Baillie, Mike G. L. (2011) “How Precise Tree-Ring Dating Raises Issues Concerning the Frequency of Extraterrestrial Impacts,” Slide presentation at 2011 Quantavolution Conference, Athens, Greece, 07-10 Oct. [Online http://www.qconference-athens-2011.grazian-archive.com/the2345topicmbai/index.html. Copy in files.]

Baillie, Mike G. L. and Patrick McCafferty (2005) The Celtic Gods: Comets in Irish Mythology,

Baker, Victor R. (1981) Catastrophic Flooding: The Origin of the Channeled Scabland, Dowden, Stroudsburg, PA [Cited in Patten & Windsor (2003).]

Baker, Victor R. (2002) “The Study of Superfloods,” Science, Vol. 295, No. 5564, pp. 2379-2380, 29 March, DOI:10.1126/science.1068448. [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006) p. 311.]

Balbin, Georgia (2005) Cyclical Catastrophe: Planetary Wars in the Solar and Saturn System, Publisher TBD, Reviewed by Frederic Jueneman in Aeon, Vol. 7, No. 1 (Sep 2006).

Ballard, R. D. (199(5) “Black Sea Mysteries,” National Geographic, and (2001) pp. 52-69. [Cited in Palmer (2003), p. 488.]

Balter, Michael (2010) “Of Two Minds about Toba's Impact,” Science, Vol. 327, pp. 1187-1188. 05 March. [Researchers gathered at a meeting last month to probe the impact on modern humans of the cataclysmic eruption of Indonesia's Mount Toba about 74,000 years ago—and to ponder whether modern humans had made it to Asia by the time the volcano blew. Volcano.]

Barber, Elizabeth W. and Paul T. Barber (2006) They Severed Earth from Sky: How the Human Mind Shapes Myth, Princeton: Princeton University Press. [Cited in Van der Sluijs and Peratt (2009).]

Bard, E. (2003) “Tahiti Deglacial Relative Sea Level Reconstruction,” IGBP PAGES/World Data Center for Paleoclimatology Data Contribution Series #2003-028, NOAA/NGDC Paleoclimatology Program, Boulder, CO.  [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006).]

Bard, E. et al. (1996) “Sea Level Record from Tahiti Corals and the Timing of Deglacial Meltwater Discharge,” Nature, Vol. 382, pp. 241-244.  [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), pp. 321-322.]

Balter, Michael (2010) “Of Two Minds about Toba's Impact,” Science, Vol. 327, pp. 1187-1188. 05 March. [Researchers gathered at a meeting last month to probe the impact on modern humans of the cataclysmic eruption of Indonesia's Mount Toba about 74,000 years ago—and to ponder whether modern humans had made it to Asia by the time the volcano blew. Volcano.]

Barber Elizabeth Wayland and Paul T. Barber, (n.d.) When They Severed Earth from Sky, [TBD]

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Becker, Luann, Robert Poreda, James Kennett, Wendy Wolbach, and Allen West (2006) “The End-Pleistocene Extinction Event – What Caused It?” European Space Agency, First International Conference on Impact Cratering in the Solar System, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 08 - 12 May, [simulations, Abstract at http://www.rssd.esa.int/SYS/docs/ll_transfers/297593_becker.pdf

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Bryner, Jeanna (2010) “Lost Civilization May Have Existed Beneath the Persian Gulf,” Synopsis of an article by Jeffrey Rose in the December issue of the journal Current Anthropology [Synopsis Online.] Available: http://www.livescience.com/history/lost-civilization-possibly-existed-beneath-persian-gulf-101209.html [7,500-8,000 years ago flooding.]

Bunch, Ted E., Robert E. Hermes, Andrew M. T. Moore, Douglas J. Kennett, James C. Weaver, James H. Wittke, Paul S. DeCarli, James L. Bischoff, Gordon C. Hillman, George A. Howard, David R. Kimbel, Gunther Kletetschka, Carl P. Lipo, Sachiko Sakai, Zsolt Revay, Allen West, Richard B. Firestone, and James P. Kennett (2012) “Very high-temperature impact melt products as evidence for cosmic airbursts and impacts 12,900 years ago,”  PNAS Plus, Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS); published ahead of print June 18, 2012, doi:10.1073/pnas.1204453109. [Open Access http://www.pnas.org/content/early/2012/06/14/1204453109.full.pdf+html?with-ds=yes

Bunch, Ted E., Allen West, Richard B. Firestone, James P. Kennett, James H. Wittke, C. R. Kinzie, and Wendy S. Wolbach (2010) “Geochemical Data Reported by Paquay et al. Do Not Refute Younger Dryas Impact Event,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS), Vol. 107, E58.

Bunch Ted E., James Wittke, Allen West, and James Kennett. (2011) “Shock-melt Evidence for a Cosmic Impact with Earth during the Younger Dryas at 12.9 ka,” Abstract 1606, Session 60, XVIII INQUA-Congress, 21-27 July 2011 in Bern, Switzerland. http://www.inqua2011.ch/?a=programme&subnavi=abstract&id=1606

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Carlson, Anders E., Peter U. Clark, B. A. Haley, G. P. Klinkhammer, K. Simmons, E. J. Brook, and K. J. Meissner (2007) “Geochemical proxies of North American freshwater routing during the Younger Dryas cold event,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America, Vol. 104, pp. 6556–6561, doi: 10.1073/pnas.0611313104.  [Meltwater through the St. Lawrence Seaway.]

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Ceplecha, Z., J. Borovicka, W.G. Elford, D.O. Revelle, R.L. Hawkes, V. Porubcan, and M. Šimek, "Meteor phenomena and bodies", Space Science Reviews, Vol.84, pp. 327-471. [ITASN Bibliography.]

Ceplecha, Z., R. E. McCrosky (1997) “Prairie Network fireballs: Data on height, distance and brightness for each measured time-mark,” Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Vol. 32, pp. A157-A158.  [ITASN Bibliography.]

Ceplecha, Z., R.E. Spalding, C. Jacobs, D. O. ReVelle, E. Tagliaferri, and P. Brown (1999) “Superbolides”, Meteoroids 1998, Astron. Inst., Slovak Acad. Sci., Bratislava. [In ITASN Bibliography.]

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Ceplecha, Z., R. E. Spalding, C. Jacobs, and E. Tagliaferri (1996B) “Sizes and Masses of Satellite Observed Meteoroids,” Space 96, Albuquerque, New Mexico, June 1-6.  [ITASN Bibliography.]

Ceplecha Z., P. Spurný, J. Borovicka, and J. Keclíková (1993) Atmospheric Fragmentation of Meteoroids,” Astronomy and Astrophysics, Vol. 279, pp. 615-626.  [ITASN (n.d.)]

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Cevolani, G., L. Foschini, and G. Trivellone (1993) “The ‘Lugo’ Fireball of January 19, 1993,” Il Nuovo Cimento, Vol. 16C, No. 4, pp. 463-471. [ITASN (n.d.)]

Cevolani, G., M. Hajduková, L. Foschini, and G. Trivellone, (1994) “The spectacular airburst over Lugo (Italy) on January 19, 1993,” Contrib. Astron. Obs. Skalnaté Pleso, Vol. 24, pp. 117-124. [ITASN (n.d.)]

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Chang, Kenneth (2008), “Asteroid may have had impact on Mars,” New York Times News Service, 26 June, [Summary: Three papers in the 26 June 2008 journal Nature provide the most convincing evidence yet that an outside force was responsible.  According to the researchers, an asteroid or comet whacked a young Mars some 4 billion years ago, blasting away much of its northern crust and creating a giant hole over 40 percent of the surface.]

Chapman, A. (2002) Gods in the Sky, Channel 4 Books, London. [Cited in Palmer (2003), p. 375, #16 etc.

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Chapman, Clark R. (2008) “Meteoroids, Meteors, and the Near-Earth Object Impact Hazard,” Earth, Moon, and Planet, Vol. 102, pp. 417–424, DOI 10.1007/s11038-007-9219-6. [Apophis, Copy in files.]

Chapman, Clark R. and D. D. Davis (1975) “Asteroid Collisional Evolution: Evidence for a Much Larger Earlier Population,” Science, Vol. 190, No. 4214, pp. 553-556.  [Cited in Thompson (1976).]

Chapman, Clark R., Daniel D. Durda, and Robert E. Gold (2001) “The Comet/Asteroid Impact Hazard: a Systems Approach,” White Paper from Southwest Research Institute, Boulder, CO, http://www.internationalspace.com/pdf/NEOwp_Chapman-Durda-Gold.pdf or www.boulder.swri.edu/clark/neowp.html

Chapman, Clark R. and David Morrison (1989) Cosmic Catastrophes, Plenum Press. [Cited in Palmer (2003), p. 206, EID article, and recommended by Lewis (1996)]

Chapman, Clark R. and David Morrison (1994) “Impacts on the Earth by Asteroids and Comets: Assessing the Hazard.” Nature, Vol. 367 pp. 33-40. [Cited in Masse et al. 2010.]

Chapman, Glen W. –Compiler - (2008) “Glacial Cataclysm,” Material from several sources including Allan and Delair (1997), Chapman Research Group, [Online:] chapmanresearch.org/PDF/Glacial%20Cataclysm.pdf [50 pp.  Not well documented.  Updated July 2008.  Copy in CCB folder.]

Chappell, Robert H., Jr. (1991) “The Day the Sun Stood Still: A Comparative Analysis,” Catastrophism and Ancient History, Vol. XIII, Part 2, July, pp. 102-112. [Copy in C&AH files. Joshua’s Long Day. See Notes document.]

Cheetham, Nicolas (2009) Universe: A Journey from Earth to the Edge of the Cosmos, A Updated edition, Quercus, ISBN-13: 978-1-84724-143-6. [I own a copy.]

Chesley, S. R. and A. Milani (1999) “NEODyS: an Online Information System for near-Earth Objects,” AAS/Division for Planetary Sciences Meeting Abstracts, Vol. 31, pp. 28–34.

Chilton, Rodney (2009?) Sudden Cold: An Examination of the Younger Dryas Cold Reversal, [Purchase online:] http://www.bcclimate.com/

Chyba, Christopher F. (1997) “Catastrophic Impacts and the Drake Equation,” pp. 157-164 in Astronomical and Biochemical Origins and the Search for Life in the Universe (Edited by C. B. Cosmovici, S. Bowyer and D. Werthimer, Editrice Compositori, Bologna.

Chyba, Christopher F. (1993) “Explosion of Small Spacewatch Objects in the Earth's Atmosphere,” Nature, Vol. 363, pp. 701-703.  [ITASN (n.d.)]

Chyba, Christopher F., Paul J. Thomas, and Kevin J. Zahnle (1993) “The 1908 Tunguska Explosion: Atmospheric Disruption of a Stony Asteroid,” Nature, Vol. 361, pp. 40-44, doi: 10.1038/361040a0. [Abstract in Folder, Cited in Kennett et al. (2009).  Correct citation.]

Claeys, P. and W. Kiessling, and Walter Alvarez (2002) “Distribution of Chicxulub Ejecta at the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary,” pp. 55-68 in Catastrophic Events and Mass Extinctions: Impacts and Beyond, Special Paper 356, Geological Society of America, ISBN 1813723566. [Cited in Walkden and Parker (2006).]

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Clark, Stuart (2007) The Sun Kings: The Unexpected Tragedy of Richard Carrington and the Tale of How Modern Astronomy Began, Princeton University Press, ISBN13: 978-0-691-12660-9. [Sep. 1859 solar eruption. We own a hard bound copy.]

Clarke, John T. et al. “Ultraviolet emissions from the magnetic footprints of Io, Ganymede, and Europa on Jupiter,” Nature 415, 997–1000 (2002).

Clarke, John T. (2005) “Jovian Decametric Emission - Origin and Mechanism,” STScI-PRC00-38, National Aeronautics and Space Administration and Univ. of Michigan, Space Telescope Science Institute is www.jupiterradio.com/jove-emission.php and http://www.isset.org/hubble2000/PR/2000/38/index.html [Jupiter Aurora with footprints of the flux tubes of Io, Ganymede and Europa.]

Clarke, John T., J. Ajello, G. Ballester, L. Ben Jaffel, J. Connerney, J.-C. Gérard¶, G. R. Gladstone, D. Grodent, W. Pryor, J. Trauger, and J. H. Waite Jr. (2002) “Ultraviolet Emissions from the Magnetic Footprints of Io, Ganymede and Europa on Jupiter,” Nature, Vol. 415, pp. 997-1000. doi:10.1038/415997a [Copy in Flux Tube folder.]

Clarke, John T., S. Wannawichian, N. Hernandez, B. Bonfond, J.-C. Gerard and D. Grodent (2011) “Detection of Auroral Emissions from Callisto’s Magnetic Footprint at Jupiter,” Paper at European Planetary Science Congress-Division of Planetary Sciences of the American Astronomical Society [EPSC-DPS] Joint Meeting 02–07 October, Nantes, France.  [Copy of Abstract in Flux-Tube folder.  Paper online at: http://orbi.ulg.ac.be/bitstream/2268/100639/1/EPSC-DPS2011-1468.pdf ]

Clube, S. Victor M. (1980) “Cometary Catastrophes and the Ideas of Immanuel Velikovsky,” Society for Interdisciplinary Studies (SIS) Review, Vol. 5, pp. 106-111. [Cited in Palmer (2003), p. 121.]

Clube, S. Victor M – Editor (1989) Catastrophe and Evolution, (Oxford Univ. Press).

Clube, S. Victor M. (1992) “The Fundamental Role of Giant Comets in Earth History,” Celestial Dynamics and Dynamical Astronomy, Vol. 54, pp. 179-193, [Cited in Wolfe (1998).]

Clube, S. Victor M. (1998) “The Problem of Historical Catastrophism,” pp. 232-249 in Natural Catastrophes During Bronze Age Civilisations: Archaeological, Geological, Astronomical and Cultural Perspectives, Proceedings of the Second Society for Interdisciplinary Studies (SIS) Cambridge Conference, 11-13 July 1997, Edited by B. Peiser et al., British Archaeological Reports (BAR) 728, Archaeopress, Oxford, ISBN 086054916X, . [Mentions OT and NT quite a bit.]

Clube, S. Victor M. and William (Bill) M. Napier (1982) The Cosmic Serpent: A Catastrophist View of Earth History, Faber, London and Universe Books, New York. ISBN 9780876633793.  [299 pp.  Clube and Napier suppose icy short term comets are originally interstellar in origin, out in the Milky Way, and entered inner Solar System space eventually to become the cause of ancient historical catastrophes. Cited in Patten and Windsor (2003) and several places in Allan and Delair (1997).]

Clube, S. Victor M. and William (Bill) M. Napier (1984) “The Microstructure of Terrestrial Catastrophism,” Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 211, pp. 953-968. [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 355.]

Clube, S. Victor M. and William (Bill) M. Napier (1990) The Cosmic Winter, (Oxford: Basil Blackwell and New York: Universe Books) [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 354 and Palmer (2003),pp. 57, 339, 375, etc.  See File with Notes.]

Cochrane, Ev (1993) “Suns and Planets in Neolithic Rock Art,” Aeon, Vol. 3, No. 2, pp. 51-63.

Cochrane, Ev (1995) “Mars Rocks in Ancient Myth and Modern Science,” Velikovsky Centennial, July 7-9, pp. 5-24.  http://www.maverickscience.com/arch-meteorites.pdf

Cochrane, Ev (1997A) Martian Metamorphoses: The Planet Mars in Ancient Myth and Religion, (Ames, IA: Aeon Press), ISBN 0965622908, www.aeonjournal.com [I own a hard copy.  Two chapters free at http://www.maverickscience.com/mars.htm.  Cited in Talbott and Thornhill (2005), p. 86.]

Cochrane, Ev (1997B) The Many Faces of Venus: The Planet Venus in Ancient Myth and Religion, Aeon Press, ISBN 0965622909, www.aeonjournal.com, http://www.maverickscience.com/venus-aphrodite.htm. [See Notes document. Ordered on 10 October 2011.]

Cochrane, Ev (1998) “Venus, Mars…and Saturn,” Chronology and Catastrophism Review, 1998:2, pp. 16-20.

Cochrane, Ev (2009)? Starf*cker: The Catastrophic Conjunction of Venus and Mars, Aeon Press, P.O. Box 1082, Ames, IA 50014, http://www.maverickscience.com

Cochrane, Ev (2010) On Fossil Gods and Forgotten Worlds, (Ames, IA: AEON Press) [Mythology of Venus and Mars, www.maverickscience.com, Noted in C&CW 2010:2, p. 17.]

Cokinos, Christopher (2009) The Fallen Sky: An Intimate History of Shooting Stars, Tarcher/Penguin, Reviewed by Howard Plotkin in Meteoritics and Planetary Science, Vol. 45, Issue 2, pp. 336-338. DOI: 10.1111/j.1945-5100.2010.01035.x. [528 pp.]

Collins, Gareth S., H. Jay Melosh, and Robert A. Marcus (2005) “Earth Impact Effects Program: A Web-based Computer Program for Calculating the Regional Environmental Consequences of a Meteoroid Impact on Earth,” Meteoritics & Planetary Science, Vol. 40, No. 6, pp. 817–840, http://impact.ese.ic.ac.uk/ImpactEffects/effects.pdf   See also www.purdue.edu/ImpactEarth    [Copy in Folder. Cited by Masse et al. (2010).]]

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Collins, Gareth S. and Kai Wünnemann (2005). "How big was the Chesapeake Bay impact? Insight from numerical modeling". Geology, Vol. 33 No. 12, pp. 925–928. doi: 10.1130/G21854.1. [Wikipedia article.  Abstract in CCB files.]

Collins, Lorence G. (1996) “Bogus ‘Noah’s Ark’ from Turkey Exposed as a Common Geologic Structure,” Journal of Geoscience Education, Vol. 44, p. 439.  [ http://www.csun.edu/˜vcgeo0005/boyush.html - site didn’t work.

Connerney, J. E. P., M. H. Acuna, N. F. Ness, and T. Satoh (1998) “New Models of Jupiter's Magnetic Field constrained by the Io Flux Tube footprint,” Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 103, No. A6, pp.11929-11940. [http://jupiter.kochi-ct.jp/cg/]

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Corcoran, Thomas H. –Translator – (1972) Seneca: Naturales Quaestiones (I-II of X; Loeb Classical Library; London: William Heinemann, also a 1971 publishing. [Cited in Talbott and Thornhill (2005:105)]

Corliss, William R. – Compiler – (1979) Mysterious Universe: A Handbook of Astronomical Anomalies, The Sourcebook Project, ISBN-10: 0915554054, www.science-frontiers.com [716 pp.

Corliss, William R. – Compiler – (1980) Unknown Earth: A Handbook of Geological Enigmas, The Sourcebook Project. Glen Arm, MD. [Cited in Barker (2011).]

Corliss, William R. – Compiler – (1982) Lightning, Auroras, Nocturnal Lights, and Related Luminous Phenomena: A Catalog of Geophysical Anomalies, The Sourcebook Project, Glen Arm, MD. [Cited in van der Sluijs (2007B)]

Corliss, William R. – Compiler – (1985) The Moon and the Planets: A Catalog of Astronomical Anomalies, The Sourcebook Project, ISBN-10: 0915554194, www.science-frontiers.com [383 pp.]

Corliss, William R. – Compiler – (1986) The Sun and Solar System Debris: A Catalog of Astronomical Anomalies, The Sourcebook Project, ISBN-10: 0915554208, www.science-frontiers.com [288 pp.  874 refs.]

Corliss, William R. – Compiler – (1987) Stars, Galaxies, Cosmos: A Catalog of Astronomical Anomalies, The Sourcebook Project, ISBN-10: 0915554216, www.science-frontiers.com [246 pp.  817 Refs.]

Corliss, William R. – Compiler – (1988) Carolina Bays, Mima Mounds, Submarine Canyons: A Catalog of Geological Anomalies, The Sourcebook Project, ISBN-10: 0915554224, www.science-frontiers.com [245 pp.  682 Refs.]

Corliss, William R. – Compiler – (1989) Anomalies in Geology, Physical, Chemical, Biological: A Catalog of Geological Anomalies, The Sourcebook Project, ISBN‑10: 0915554232, www.science-frontiers.com [335 pp.  1,260 Refs.]

Corliss, William R. – Compiler – (1990) Neglected Geological Anomalies: A Catalog of Geological Anomalies, The Sourcebook Project, ISBN-10: 0915554240, www.science-frontiers.com [333 pp.  1,030 Refs.]

Corliss, William R. – Compiler – (1991) Inner Earth: A Search for Anomalies: A Catalog of Geological Anomalies, The Sourcebook Project, ISBN-10: 0915554259, www.science-frontiers.com

Corliss, William R. – Compiler – (1994) Science Frontiers: Some Anomalies and Curiosities of Nature, The Sourcebook Project, ISBN-10: 0915554283, www.science-frontiers.com [356 pp.  1,500+ Refs.]

Corliss, William R. – Compiler – (2003) Scientific Anomalies and other Provocative Phenomena: An Annotated Outline of 6,000 Entries, The Sourcebook Project, ISBN‑10: 0915554453, www.science-frontiers.com [296 pp.]

Corliss, William R. – Compiler – (2006) Dark Days, Ice falls, Firestorms and Related Weather Anomalies, The Sourcebook Project, ISBN-10: 0915554623, www.science-frontiers.com [327 pp.]

Corredoira, Martin Lopez and Carlos Castro Pereiman – Editors (2008) Against the Tide: A Critical Review by Scientists of How Physics and Astronomy Get Done, Universal Publishers, Boca Raton, FL, USA, ISBN-13: 9781599429939.  [Discussed by Dr. Jeremy Dunning-Davies in C&CW 2010:1, p.p. 32-33.]

Cotterell, A. – Editor - (1968) New Larousse Encyclopedia of Mythology, Hamlyn, London.

Cotterell, A. (1997) Norse Mythology, Ultimate Editions, London, [Cited in Palmer (2003), Ch. 6.]

Courtillot, Vincent (1999) Evolutionary Catastrophes: the Science of Mass Extinctions, Translated by Joe McClinton. Cambridge, Cambridge University Press, pp. 110-11. [In Wikipedia, Geomagnetic reversals.]

Courty, Marie- Agnès (1997) “Causes and Effects of the 2350 BC Middle East Anomaly Evidenced by Micro-Debris Fallout, Surface Combustion and Soil Explosion,” Presented at the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies Conference: Natural Catastrophes during Bronze Age Civilisations, http://www.sis-group.org.uk/abstract/courty.htm  [Copy in files. Cited in Baillie (2011) Slide 58.]

Courty Marie-Agnès (1998) “The Soil Record of an Exceptional Event at 4000 BP in the Middle East,” pp. 93-108 in Natural Catastrophes During Bronze Age Civilisations, Edited by Benny J. Peiser, Trevor Palmer, and Mark E. Bailey, British Archaeological Reports -S728, Archaeopress, Oxford, ISBN-10: 086054916X [I own a hard copy – the title was changed.  Copy in files. Abstracts online: http://www.sis-group.org.uk/cambproc.htm, Cited in Niroma (n.d.B)]

Courty, Marie-Agnès (2001) Evidence at Tell Brak for the Late EDIII/Early Akkadian Air Blast Event (4 kyr BP),” pp. 367-372 in: Oates D, Oates J, McDonald H (eds), Excavations at Tell Brak, Vol. 2: Nagar in the third millennium BC, McDonald Institute for Archaeology/British School of Archaeology in Iraq, London.

Courty Marie-Agnès, Dallas H. Abbott, G. Cortese, A. Crisci, X. Crosta, P. de Wever, M. Fedoroff, P. Greenwood, K. Grice, M. Mermoux, U. Scharer, D. C. Smith, and M. H. Thiemens (2006) “Scenario of the 4 kyr Extraterrestrial Impact: Crater Location, Ejecta-Dispersion and Consequences,” American Geophysical Union, Fall Meeting 2006, Abstract #GC41B-1055 http://adsabs.harvard.edu/abs/2006AGUFMGC41B1055C

Courty, Marie-Agnès., A. Crisci, M. Fedoroff, K. Grice, P. Greenwood, M. Mermoux, D .Smith, and M. Thiemens (2008) “Regional manifestation of the widespread disruption of soil-landscapes by the 4 kyr BP impact-linked dust event using pedo-sedimentary micro-fabrics.” Pp. 211-236 in New Trends in Soil Micromorphology, edited by S. Kapur, A. Mermut, and G. Stoops, Springer. [Cited in Masse et al. (2010).]

Courty, Marie- Agnès and Eric Coqueugniot (2013) “A Microfacies Toolkit for Revealing Linkages Between Cultural Discontinuities and Exceptional Geogenic Events: the Tell Dade Case Study (NE Syria),” J Archaeol Method Theory, DOI 10.1007/s10816-013-9169-4. [32 pp. Copy in files. See Notes document. Cosmic Airburst mentioned 20 times. Published online at Scribd and via http://cosmictusk.com/courty-2013/]

Courty Marie-Agnès, A. Crisci, M. Fedoroff, P. Greenwood, K. Grice, E. Leroy, M. Mermoux, J-L. Pastol, G. Sagon, D. C. Smith, and M. Thiemens (2005) “Consequences on Humans, Lands and Climate of the 4-kyr BP Impact Across the Near East,” EGU 2005, European Geosciences Union, Vienna, Austria. [Abstract in file.]

Courty Marie-Agnès, B. Deniaux, E. Cortijo, A. Crisci, P. De Wever, M. Fedoroff, F. Guichard, P. Greenwood, K. Grice, M. Mermoux, F. Poitrasson, U. Scharer, D. Smith, A. Shukyolukov, and M. Thiemens (2006) “Hypothesis on the Cratering Process Involved in the Wide Dispersion of the 4 Kyr BP Impact-Debris,” European Space Agency, First International Conference on Impact Cratering in the Solar System, ESTEC, Noordwijk, The Netherlands, 08-12 May, Abstract at http://www.rssd.esa.int/SYS/docs/ll_transfers/295211_Courty.pdf

Courty Marie-Agnès, B. Deniaux, A. Crisci, M. Fedoroff, P. F. Greenwood, K. Grice, F. Guichard, E. Leroy, M. Mermoux, J-L. Pastol, F. Poitrasson, J. -Cl Rouchaud, U. Schärer, A. Shukyolukov, D. C. Smith, M. Thiemens, and M. Walls (2005) “The Hypothesis of an Impact-related Environmental Accident at 4 kyr BP Based on Soil-sedimentary Evidence from Mediterranean Regions,” in The Impact of Natural Catastrophes on Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations, 28-30 October, Island of Rhodes, Greece.

Courty Marie-Agnès, M. Fedoroff, P. Greenwood, K. Grice, F. Guichard, M. Mermoux, U. Schärer, A. Shukyolukov, D. C. Smith, and M. Thiemens (2005) “Formative Processes Throughout Lands and Seas of the 4-kyr BP Impact Signal,” The Sedimentary Record of Meteorite Impacts, SEPM Research Conference, Springfield, Missouri, 21-22 May, Society for Sedimentary Geology, Conference Proceedings ISBN-13: 9780813724379, http://www.sepm.org/pages.aspx?pageid=30

Cox, Dennis (2011) “A Different Kind of Climate Catastrophe,” 06 April, [Online] http://cometstorm.wordpress.com/2011/04/06/a-different-kind-of-climate-catastrophe/ [*]

Craddock, R. (2005) “Modified Impact Craters on Mars: Observations, Measurements and Likely Processes,” in Role of Volatiles and Atmospheres on Martian Impact Craters, LPI Contribution No. 1273 National Air and Space Museum, Smithsonian Institution, Washington, DC. [Conference Abstracts online http://www.archive.org/details/nasa_techdoc_20050201815 [Cited in Ransom (2011) and abstract in folder.]

Crawford, David A., Mark B. Boslough, T. G. Trucano, and A. C. Robinson (1995) “The impact of Periodic Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 on Jupiter,” International Journal of Impact Engineering, Vol. 17, Issues 1-3, Part 1, .pp. 253-262, [Can purchase online.]

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Crawford, David A. and Peter H. Schultz (1993) “The Production and Evolution of Impact-generated Magnetic Fields,” International Journal of Impact Engineering, Vol. 14, Issues 1-4, Part 1, .pp. 205-216, [Can purchase online.]

Crawford, David A. and Peter H. Schultz (1999) ”Electromagnetic Properties of Impact-generated Plasma, Vapor and Debris,” International Journal of Impact Engineering, Vol. 23, Issue 1, Part 1, .pp. 169-180, Dec. [Can purchase online.]

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Custance, Arthur C. (1970A) Without Form and Void: A Study of the Meaning of Genesis 1:2, Doorway Publications, Reprinted in 2008 by Classic Reprint Press, Windber, PA, ISBN 9781934251331. [Available at http://classicreprintpress.com, www.custance.org., and an [Online] version at www.creationdays.dk/withoutformandvoid/Articles.php]

Custance, Arthur C. (1970B) “Some Pagan Traditions of a Like Catastrophe,” Appendix 21 in Without Form and Void: A Study of the Meaning of Genesis 1:2, pp. 241-244, Doorway Publications, Reprinted in 2008 by Classic Reprint Press, Windber, PA, ISBN 9781934251331. [Available at http://classicreprintpress.com, www.custance.org., and an [Online] version at www.creationdays.dk/withoutformandvoid/Articles.php].  Copy of Appendix 21 in folders.]

Custance, Arthur C. (1971) “When the Earth was Divided: An Imaginative Reconstruction of Early History,” Doorway Paper No. 56, Unpublished Manuscript, 2nd Edition, Doorway Publications, 41-38 Elora Dr., Hamilton, ON, L9C 7L6, Canada.  [I have a copy of 95 pp.]

Custance, Arthur C. (1972) “Flood Traditions of the World,” Symposium on Creation IV, pp. 9-44, Edited by Donald W. Patten, Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, MI. [Cat Bib.]

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Dalrymple, G. B. (1969) “40Ar/36Ar Analysis of Historic Lava Flows,” Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 6, pp. 47-55. [http://www.creationism.org/articles/msh_lavadome.htm] SFB.

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Davias, Michael E. and Jeanette L. Gilbride (2011A) “LiDAR-Derived Digital Elevation Maps of the Delmarva Peninsula And Southern New Jersey used to Identify Carolina Bay Landforms: Their Planform Shape and Orientation Changes Systematically with Latitude,” Poster Session No. 262 at the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, 09-12 October, Minneapolis, MN, USA. [Online:] http://cintos.org/graphics/GSA_2011/GSA-2011_Poster_192776_Davias-HQ.pdf

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Davias, Michael E. and Jeanette L. Gilbride (2011C) “LiDAR Digital Elevation Maps Employed in Carolina Bay Survey: Leveraging LiDAR, Google Earth and Fusion Tables, for a Networked-based Geospatial Database,” Abstract No. 192576, Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, 09-12 October, Minneapolis, MN, USA. [Online:] http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2011AM/finalprogram/abstract_192576.htm [

Davias, Michael E. and Jeanette L. Gilbride (2012) “Surficial Quartz Sand Deposits on the Atlantic Coastal Plain: Eolian, Fluvial Or Marine? The Case for a Catastrophic Delivery Mechanism,” Paper at the Geological Society of America, Southeastern Section - 61st Annual Meeting (1–2 April 2012), Asheville, North Carolina, [Abstract online:] http://gsa.confex.com/gsa/2012SE/finalprogram/abstract_202183.htm and http://cosmictusk.com/davias-presents-to-geological-society-of-america-on-carolina-bays/

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Dressler, B. O. and U. Reimold (2001) “Terrestrial Impact Melt Rocks and Glasses,” Earth-Science Reviews, Vol. 56, pp. 205-284. [Cited in ESA (2006).  Mikheeva et al. (2006).]

Dressler, Burkhard O., R. A. F. Grieve, and Virgil L. Sharpton – Editors – (1994) Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution, Special Paper, Geological Society of America, Boulder, CO. [May be the First Conference.]

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Dunbavin, Paul (2003) Atlantis of the West: The Case for Britain's Drowned Megalithic Civilisation ISBN 1-84119-716-5

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Dypvik, Henning, Mark J. Burchell, and Philippe Claeys –Editors – (2004A) Cratering in Marine Environments and on Ice, A volume in the Impact Cratering series, ISSN 1612-8338, Series Editor Christian Koeberl (New York: Springer), [See http://www.springer.com/978-3-540-40668-6]

Dypvik, Henning, Mark J. Burchell, and Philippe Claeys (2004B) “Impacts into Marine and Icy Environments – A Short Review,” pp. 1-20 in Cratering in Marine Environments and on Ice, A volume in the Impact Cratering series, ISSN 1612-8338, Series Editor Christian Koeberl (New York: Springer), [Information at: http://www.springer.com/earth+sciences+and+geography/geology/book/978-3-540-40668-6]

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Eddy, John A. (1976) “The Maunder Minimum,” Science, Vol. 192, No. 4245, pp. 1189-1202.  [Sunspot number.  ACRIM.  See Interview from 1999.]

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Ensey, Sherwood (2002A) “Cosmic Catastrophism is Real,” Part 1, 12 Dec., http://earthchangescentral.com/eccarticles/cosmic_catastrophism_is_real_part1.htm

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Ernstson, Kord, Werner Mayer, Andreas Neumair, Barbara Rappenglück, Michael A. Rappenglück, Dirk Sudhaus and Kurt W. Zeller (2010) “The Chiemgau Crater Strewn Field: Evidence of a Holocene Large Impact Event in Southeast Bavaria, Germany,” Journal of Siberian Federal University, Engineering & Technologies, Vol. 1, pp. 72-103. [Copy in files.  See Notes document.]

Ernstson, Kord, Uli Schüssler, Ferran Claudin, and Michael Hiltl (2004) “Unusual Melt Rocks from Meteorite Impact,” www.impact-structures.com/article/article_4.html [Azuara/Rubielos multiple crater impact in Spain. Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 344.]

Ernston, Kord, C. Sideris, I. Liritzis, A. Neumair (2012) “The Chiemgau Meteorite Impact Signature of the Stöttham Archaeological Site (Southeast Germany),” Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, Vol. 12, No. 2, pp. 249-259. [www.chiemgau-impact.com]

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Fagan, Brian M. (2000), The Little Ice Age: How Climate Made History, 1300-1850, ISBN 0465022723.  [Pbk. $12.  Not a catastrophist I believe.]

Fagan, Brian M. (2004) The Long Summer: How Climate Changed Civilization, Basic Books, ISBN 0465022812. [Not a catastrophist I believe.]

Fagan, Brian M. (2009A) Floods, Famines, and Emperors: El Nino and the Fate of Civilizations, Revised Edition, ISBN 9780465005307.

Fagan, Brian M., Editor (2009B) The Complete Ice Age: How Climate Change Shaped the World, [Beautiful pictures but of course with the Evolutionism bent.  Photos? Of fossils.]

Fairbanks, R. G. (1990) “The Age and Origin of the ‘Younger Dryas’ Climate Event in Greenland Ice Cores,” Paleoceanography, Vol. 5, pp. 937-948.  [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 319.]

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Fastovsky, David E. and David B. Weishampel (2005) The Evolution and Extinction of the Dinosaurs, Second Edition, Cambridge University Press, ISBN-13: 9780521811729.  [First Edition cited in Palmer (2003), p.435.]

Faulkner, Danny R. “Was the Year Once 360 Days Long?” in Creation Research Society Quarterly, Vol. 49, pp. 100-108. [Hard copy. Negative conclusion but I don’t believe he considered catastrophism.]

Fawcett, Peter J. and Mark B. Boslough (2001) "Climatic Effects of an Impact Induced Equatorial Debris Ring," Journal of Geophysical Research, Atmospheres, August. https://cfwebprod.sandia.gov/cfdocs/CCIM/docs/01-2464J_EquatorialDebrisRing1.pdf

Fayek, Mostafa, Lawrence M. Anovitz, Lawrence F. Allard, and Sharon Hull (2012) “Framboidal iron oxide: Chondrite‑like material from the black mat, Murray Springs, Arizona,” Earth and Planetary Science Letters, Vol. 319-320, pp. 252-258, [Online:] http://www.scribd.com/george1202/d/80560622-ET-material-in-Murray-Springs-Black-Mat. [Copy in CCB folder.]

Ferguson, D. (2000) History of Myths Retold, Chancellor Press, London. [Cited in Palmer 2003) Ch. 6.]

Fermor, John H. (1977) “Earth's Antediluvian Climate,” Symposium on Creation VI, Edited by Donald W. Patten, pp. 15-28, Pacific Meridian Publishing Co., Seattle, WA, www.creationism.org/symposium/index.htm

Fernández, J. A., D. Lazzaro, D. Prialnik, and R. Schulz – Editors – (2009) Icy Bodies in the Solar System, International Astronomical Union Symposium, IAUS 263, Cambridge University Press, ISBN-13: 9780521764889. 03-07 August 2009 Rio de Janeiro, Brazil, http://www.astronomia.edu.uy/congresos/symp263/  Papers issued in Proceedings of the International Astronomical Union, Vol. 5, Symposium S263.  [TOC in files.]

Ferrière, L. and G. R. Osinski (2011) “The New Luizi Impact Structure (Democratic Republic of Congo) and Implications for Central Peak and Peak Ring Formation,” Paper 1642.pdf, 42 Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, [Online] http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2011/pdf/1642.pdf

Fesenkov, V.G. (1951) “Orbit of the Sikhote-Aline Meteorite,” Meteoritics, Publishing house AS of the USSR, Iss. IX, pp. 27-31 (in Russian).

Fiedel, Stuart J. (2009) “What Caused the Megafaunal Extinctions? The Case against Bolide Impact,” Journal of Cosmology, Vol. 2, pp. 286-288, http://journalofcosmology.com/Extinction111.html

Filby, Frederick A. (1970) The Flood Reconsidered, Zondervan, Grand Rapids, MI. [Patten (1988).]

Findley, Tom (2013) A Beginner's View of our Electric Universe, (Surrey: Grosvenor House Publishing, Ltd.), ISBN 978-1-78148-141-7. [I have a Kindle copy.]

Firestone, Richard B. (2009A) “Evidence of four prehistoric supernovae <250 pc from Earth during the past 50,000 years,” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 14-18 December 2009, San Francisco, CA, paper PP31D-1386.

Firestone, Richard B. (2009B) “The Case for the Younger Dryas Extraterrestrial Impact Event: Mammoth, Megafauna, and Clovis Extinction 12,900 Years Ago,” Journal of Cosmology, Vol. 2, pp. 256-285. [Online] http://journalofcosmology.com/Extinction105.html [html file. Copy in file.]

Firestone, Richard B. and William Topping (n.d.) “Paleoindian Nuclear Event,” http://ie.lbl.gov/Paleo/paleo.html .

Firestone, Richard B. and William Topping (2001A) “Terrestrial Evidence for a Nuclear Catastrophe in Paleo-Indian Times,” Proceedings of the International Nuclear Physics Conference, 30 July - 3 August, Berkeley CA.

Firestone, Richard B. and William Topping (2001B) “Terrestrial Evidence of a Nuclear Catastrophe in Paleoindian Times,” The Mammoth Trumpet, Vol. 16, No. 2, pp. 9-16, http://abob.libs.uga.edu/bobk/nuclear.pdf.  [Firestone has rescinded his support for this work but not Topping.]

Firestone, Richard B. and Allen West (2005) “Evidence for the Extinction of Mammoths by an Extraterrestrial Impact Event,” Abstract submitted to the 2nd International Conference "The World of Elephants", Rapid City SD, Sept. 22-25.

Firestone, Richard. B. and Allen West (2008) “Response to ‘Impacts, mega-tsunami, and other extraordinary claims,’” by Pinter and Ishman (2008), http://ie.lbl.gov/mammoth/RBFirestone_Response.pdf

Firestone, Richard B., Allen West, and Ted E. Bunch (2010) “Confirmation of the Younger Dryas Boundary (YDB) Data at Murray Springs, AZ,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA (PNAS) Vol. 107, E105.

Firestone, Richard B., Allen West, James P. Kennett, L. Becker, Ted E. Bunch, Z. Revay, P. H. Schultz, T. Belgya, O. J. Dickenson, J. M. Erlandson, A. C. Goodyear, R. S. Harris, George A. Howard, D. J. Kennett, J. B. Kloosterman, P. Lechler, J. Montgomery, R. Poreda, T. Darrah, S. S. Que Hee, A. R. Smith, A. Stich, William Topping, J. H. Wittke, Wendy S. Wolbach (2007) “Evidence for an Extraterrestrial Impact Event 12,900 years ago that Contributed to Megafaunal Extinctions and the Younger Dryas Cooling,” Paper PP43A-01, 2007 Joint Assembly, American Geophysical Union, Acapulco, 22-25 May.

Firestone, R. B., Allen West, James P. Kennett, L. Becker, Ted E. Bunch, Zs. Revay, P. H. Schultz, T. Belgya, O. J. Dickenson, J. M. Erlandson, A. C. Goodyear, R. S. Harris, George A. Howard, D. J. Kennett, J. B. Kloosterman, P. Lechler, J. Montgomery, R. Porada, T. Darrah, S. S. Que Hee, A. R. Smith, A. Stich, William Topping, J. H. Wittke, Wendy S. Wolbach, and P. A. Mayewski (2007), “Evidence for an Extraterrestrial Impact, 12, 900 Years ago that Contributed to the Megafaunal Extinctions and the Younger Dryas Cooling,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences (PNAS) 104, 41, 16,016-16,021. [http://www.pnas.org/content/104/41/16016.full.pdf+html and I have downloaded a copy.  58 references.  See PBS Program “Megabeasts’ Sudden Death”.  Cosmic impact hypothesis.]

Firestone, Richard B., Allen West, Zs. Revay, J. T. Hagstrum, T. Belgya, S. S. Que Hee, and A. R. Smith (2008) “Analysis of the Younger Dryas Impact Layer,” in Proceedings of the International Conference “100 years since Tunguska Phenomenon: Past, Present and Future,” Moscow, 26-28 June. [http://ie.lbl.gov/mammoth/TunguskaConferenceA4_Firestone.pdf, PDF copy in folder. 37 pp.]

Firestone, Richard B., Allen West, Zs. Revay, J. T. Hagstrum, T. Belgya, S. S. Que Hee, and A. R. Smith (2010) “Analysis of the Younger Dryas Impact Layer,” Journal Siberian Federal University - Engineering and Technologies, Vol. 1, pp. 30-62.

Firestone, Richard B., Allen West, Z. Revay, T. Belgya, A. Smith, and S. S. Que Hee (2007) “Evidence for a Massive Extraterrestrial Airburst over North America 12.9 ka Ago,” Paper PP41A-01, 2007 Joint Assembly, American Geophysical Union, Acapulco, 22-25 May. http://www.agu.org/meetings/sm07/sm07-sessions/sm07_PP41A.html

Firestone, Richard B, Allen West, and Simon Warwick-Smith (2006) The Cycle of Cosmic Catastrophes: How a Stone-Age Comet Changed the Course of World Culture, Bear & Company, Rochester, VT, ISBN 9781591430612, http://ie.lbl.gov/mammoth/mammoth.html [I have a copy. Carolina bays. 298 citations in the Bibliography.  Statement: How a Stone-Age Comet Changed the Course of World Culture is on front cover but is not the Library of Congress title.],]

Firestone, Richard B., Allen West, Z. Revay, T. Belgya, A. Smith, and S. Que Hee (2007a), “Evidence for a Massive Extraterrestrial Airburst over North America 12.9 ka ago,” Eos (Transactions, American Geophysical Union), Vol. 88, No. 23, Joint Assembly Supplement, Abstract PP41A-01.

Firestone, Richard B., Allen West, Z. Revay, T. Belgya, A. Smith, and S. Que Hee (2007b), “Evidence for an Extraterrestrial Impact Event 12,900 Years ago that Contributed to Megafaunal Extinctions and the Younger Dryas Cooling,” Eos (Transactions, American Geophysical Union), Vol. 88, No. 23, Joint Assembly Supplement, Abstract PP43A-01. http://www.agu.org/meetings/sm07/sm07-sessions/sm07_PP43A.html

Firestone, Richard B., Allen West, James P. Kennett, L. Becker, Ted E. Bunch, Z. S. Revay, P. H. Schultz, T. Belgya, D. J. Kennett, J. M. Erlandson, O. J. Dickenson, A. C. Goodyear, R. S. Harris, George A. Howard, J. B. Kloosterman, P. Lechler, P. A. Mayewski, J. Montgomery, R. Poreda, T. Darrah, S. S. Que Hee, A. R. Smith, A. Stich, William Topping, J. H. Wittke, and Wendy S. Wolbach (2007) “Evidence for an Extraterrestrial Impact 12,900 Years Ago that Contributed to the Megafaunal Extinctions and the Younger Dryas Cooling,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science (PNAS), Vol. 104, pp. 16016-16021, DOI: 10.1073/pnas.0706977104.

Firestone, Richard B., Allen West, Zs. Revay, J. T. Hagstrum, A. Smith, and S. S. Que Hee, (2008) “Elemental Analysis of the Sediment, Magnetic Grains and Microspherules from the Younger Dryas Impact Layer,” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 15-19 December, San Francisco, CA, Paper PP13C-1472.

Firestone, Richard B., Allen West, Z. Stefanka, Z. Revay and J. T. Hagstrum (2007) “Micrometeorite Impacts in Beringian Mammoth Tusks and a Bison Skull,” American Geophysical Union Fall Meeting, 10-14 December, San Francisco, CA, Paper U23A-0865.

Firestone, Richard B., Allen West, S. Zsolt, R. Zsolt, and J. T. Hagstrum (2007), “Micrometeorite impacts in Beringian mammoth tusks and a bison skull,” Eos (Transactions, American Geophysical Union) Vol. 88, No. 52, Abstract U23A-0865, http://ie.lbl.gov/Mammoth/Impact.html.

Fisher, T. G., J. J. Clague, and J. T. Teller (2002) “The Role of Outburst Floods and Glacial Meltwater in Subglacial and Proglacial Landform Genesis,” Quaternary International, Vol. 90, pp. 1-4.  [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 311.]

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Fletcher, Leigh, N., G. S. Orton, I. de Pater, M. L. Edwards, P. A. Yanamandra-Fisher, H. B. Hammel, C. M. Lisse, and B. M. Fisher (2011) “The aftermath of the July 2009 impact on Jupiter: Ammonia, temperatures and particulates from Gemini thermal infrared spectroscopy,” Icarus, Vol. 211, Issue 1, Jan., pp. 568-586. [Asteroid impact.]

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Foulger, Gillian R. and Donna M. Jurdy – Editors, (2007) Plates, Plumes, and Planetary Processes, Special Paper SPE 430, Geological Society of America, ISBN-13: 9780813724300. [volcanoes, Earth, Mars, Venus.  Abstract in folder.]

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Frank, Louis, A. with Patrick Huyghe (1990) The Big Splash: A Scientific Discovery That Revolutionizes the Way We View the Origin of Life, the Water We Drink, the Death of the Dinosaurs, October, Birch Lane Press, ISBN-10: 1559720336. [CH5068.  Small icy comets. I own a hard copy. See Notes in Astronomy folder.]

Frank, Louis A. and J. B. Sigwarth (1993) “Atmospheric Holes and Small Comets,” Reviews of Geophysics, Vol. 31, No. 1, pp. 1-28.  [About 100 citations.  Soft copy in Folder. http://smallcomets.physics.uiowa.edu/pdf/Reviews_Of_Geophysics.pdf]

Frank, Louis A. and J. B. Sigwarth (1997) “Influx of Small Comets into Earth’s Upper Atmosphere,” pp. 238-248 in Instruments, Methods, and Missions for the Investigation of Extraterrestrial Microorganisms, Edited by Richard B. Hoover, Proceedings of SPIE 3111. [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 273.]

Frank, Louis A. and J. B. Sigwarth (2001) Detection of Small Comets with a Ground-based Telescope,” Journal of Geophysical Research – Space Physics, Vol. 106, No. A3, pp. 3665-3683. [Soft copy in folder.  But visuals are in separate files which are hyperlinked on left-hand side of the document.  http://smallcomets.physics.uiowa.edu/pdf/iro_ground.pdf

Frank, Louis A., J. B. Sigwarth, and J. D. Craven (1986A) “On the Influx of Small Comets into the Earth’s Upper Atmosphere I. Observations,” Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 303-306, April. ISSN 0094-8276. [http://smallcomets.physics.uiowa.edu/pdf/ Soft copy of paper in Folder.]

Frank, Louis A., J. B. Sigwarth, and J. D. Craven (1986B) “On the Influx of Small Comets into the Earth’s Upper Atmosphere II. Interpretation,” Geophysical Research Letters, Vol. 13, No. 4, pp. 307-310, April. ISSN 0094-8276. [http://smallcomets.physics.uiowa.edu/pdf/ Soft copy of paper in Folder.]

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Fraser, J., A. Hubert-Ferrari, K. Vanneste, S. Altinok and L. Drab (2010) “A relict paleoseismic record of seven earthquakes between 2000 B.C. and 600 A.D. on the central north Anatolian fault at Elmacik, near Osmancik, Turkey,” Bull. Geol. Soc. Am. Vol. 122, pp. 1830–1845.

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Hatch, Ronald R. (2011) “Gravitational Force and Momentum in an Absolute Frame with Application to Earth Fly-by Anomalies,” To be submitted to Physics Essays. http://physicsessays.org/

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Herodotus – See Gordon King

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Holsapple, K. A., (2004) “Equilibrium Figures of Spinning Bodies with Self-gravity,” Icarus, Vol. 172, pp. 272–303.  [Cited in Holsapple et al. 2006]

Holsapple, Keith A. and Patrick Michel (2006) “Tidal Disruptions: A Continuum Theory for Solid Bodies,” Icarus, Vol. 183, pp. 331-348.

Holsapple, K. A., 2003 "Does melt volume give the signature of the impactor?" Proceedings of the Workshop on Bridging the Gap between Modeling and Observations, Houston TX, February, 2003.

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Holsapple, Keith A. (2003+) Theory and Equations for ‘Craters from Impacts and Explosions,” Privately published at http://keith.aa.washington.edu/craterdata/scaling/theory.pdf

Holsapple, Keith A. and Patrick Michel (2006) “Tidal Disruptions: A Continuum Theory for Solid Bodies,” Icarus, Vol. 183, pp. 331-348. [Roche limit?]

Holsapple, Keith .A. and S. Peyton (1987) "The Scaling of Nuclear Weapons Effects for Near Surface Bursts," Report No. DNA 6543F, Defense Nuclear Agency, Washington, D.C.

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Housen, Kevin R.; Keith A. Holsapple, and M. E. Voss (1999) “Compaction as the Origin of the Unusual Craters on the Asteroid Mathilde,” Nature, Vol. 402, pp. 155-157, [NTRS. PDF of manuscript available and one is in my folder]

Housen, Kevin R., Robert M. Schmidt, and Keith A. Holsapple (1983) "Crater Ejection Scaling Laws: Fundamental Forms Based on Dimensional Analysis", Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 88, No. B3, pp. 2485-2499.

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Kerr, Richard A. (2011) “Impacts Leave Marks on Rings of Saturn and Jupiter,” Science online, 31 March, ScienceShot feature.  [Two papers with Matthew Hedman and Mark Showalter possible lead authors.] [Online] http://news.sciencemag.org/sciencenow/2011/03/scienceshot-impacts-leave-marks.html?ref=hp

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Masse, W. Bruce and Gustavo Barrientos (2011?) “The Archaeology of Cosmic Impact: Lessons from the Study of Two Mid-Holocene Argentine Asteroid Impacts,” Journal of Archaeological Method and Theory, to be published. [Discusses the nature of cosmic impact and specifically looks at the Campo del Cielo and Rio Cuarto impacts.]

Masse, W. Bruce, Edward Bryant, V. Gusiakov, Dallas Abbott, G. Rambolamana, H. Raza, Marie-Agnès Courty, D. Breger, P. Gerard-Little, and L. Burckle (2006) “Holocene Indian Ocean Cosmic Impacts: The Megatsunami Chevron Evidence From Madagascar,” EOS Transactions of the American Geophysical Union, Vol. 87, No. 52, Fall Meet. Suppl., Abstract PP43B-1244.

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Milani A., G. B. Valsecchi and D. Vokrouhlický – Editors – (2006), “Near Earth Objects, Our Celestial Neighbors: Opportunity and Risk,” International Astronomical Union Symposium IAUS 236, Prague, Czech Republic, August 14-18, 2006, Cambridge University Press, ISBN-10: 0521863457.

Miller, K. G., W. A. Berggren, J. Zhang, and A. A. Palmer-Julson (1991) “Biostratigraphy and Isotope Stratigraphy of Upper Eocene Microtektites at Site 612: How Many Impacts?” Palaios, Vol. 6, pp. 17-38. [Cited in Mikheeva et al. (2006).]

Minkel, J. R. (2008), “Giant Asteroid Flattened Half of Mars: Studies Suggest Hemisphere-size Crater Documents Solar System's Violent Origins,” Scientific American, News - June 25. [Much more information at: http://www.sciam.com/article.cfm?id=giant-asteroid-flattened&print=true]

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Monechi, Simonetta, Rodolfo Coccioni, and Michael R. Rampino – Editors, (2007) Large Ecosystem Perturbations: Causes and Consequences, Special Paper 424, Geological Society of America, ISBN-13: 978-0-8137-2424-9.  [extraterrestrial impacts. Abstract in file.]

Montanari, A. F. Asaro, H. V. Michel, and J. P. Kennett (1993) “Iridium Anomalies of Late Eocene Age at Massignano (Italy), and ODP Site 689B (Maud Rise, Antarctic), Palaios, Vol. 8, pp. 420-437.  [Cited in Mikheeva et al. (2006).]

Montgomery, David R. (2012) The Rocks Don't Lie: A Geologist Investigates Noah's Flood, (New York: W. W. Norton & Company), ISBN 978-0-393-08239-5. [I own a copy. Catastrophic floods. See Notes document. About 150 Sources.] [Information online: http://books.wwnorton.com/books/detail-inside.aspx?ID=24015&CTYPE=G ]

Mooers, H. and J. D. Lehr (1997) “Terrestrial Record of Laurentide Ice Sheet Reorganization During Heinrich Events,” Geology, Vol. 25, pp. 987-990. [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 286.  Refers to sudden decrease in ice sheet.]

Moore, J. B., Trevor Palmer, and P. J. James (1982/83) “Comets, Meteorites and Earth History,” SIS Review, Vol. 7, pp. 2-5. [Cited in Palmer (2003), p. 121.]

Moore, R. (1953) Man Time and Fossils, page 274-5, [The discovery of human skulls and bones amongst a lot of animal bones in a cave near Zhoukoudian (formerly known as Choukutien) near Beijing (formerly Peking) was used by Velikovsky in his book, Earth in Upheaval (on page 55 of the Abacus edition). Cited Moore.]

Morris, John D. (2012) “An Extraterrestrial Cause for the Flood?” Acts & Facts, Vol. 41, No. 7, p. 16. [Noah’s flood. Online:] http://www.icr.org/article/6902/

Moynier, Frédéric, Randal Paniello and James Day [?] (2012) Moon came from Impact of Asteroid with Earth, Nature, 18 October, http://phys.org/news/2012-10-massive-planetary-collision-zapped-key.html#nwlt

Muck, Otto (1956) Atlantis, de Welt von der Sinflut [Atlantis, the World of the Sink-Flood], Second Edition, Olter, Freiburg. [Cited in Palmer (2003A). ET impact.  See Muck (1978).]

Muck, Otto (1978) The Secret of Atlantis, Translation and Edited version of Atlantis, de Welt von der Sinflut, [Cited in Palmer (2003A).  ET impact.]

Mueller, Tom (2009) “Ice Baby,” National Geographic, Vol. 215, No. 5, May, pp. 30-51. [Have a copy.  Infant mammoth perfectly preserved from Siberia.  Opinion is that it died of suffocating in mud or drowning.  Either way is flood-like.  See www.ngm.com/interactive/mammoth ]

Mueller, Tom (2010) “Valley of the Whales,” National Geographic, Vol. 218, No. 2, August, pp. 118-137, Photographs by Richard Barnes. [Catastrophe at least with bones of whales etc. buried in deserts.]

Muller, R. (1989) Nemesis, Guild Publishing, London {Cited in Palmer (2003), p. 433.]

Munro-Stasiak, M. (2002) “The Blackspring Ridge Flute Field, South-Central Alberta Canada: Evidence for Subglacial Sheetflow Erosion,” Quaternary International, Vol. 90, pp. 75-86.  [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 311.]

Murray, Carl (n.d.) “Is the Solar System stable?” http://www.fortunecity.com/emachines/e11/86/solarsys.html [Copy in folder.]


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Napier, William M. (2006) “Evidence for Cometary Bombardment Episodes,” Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 366, pp. 977 -982. [Cited in Napier (2009).]

Napier, William M. (2009) “Comets, Catastrophes, and Earth's History,” Journal of Cosmology, Vol. 2, pp. 344-355, [Online] http://journalofcosmology.com/Extinction117.html

Napier, William M. (2010) “Palaeolithic Extinctions and the Taurid Complex,” Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 405, pp. 1901-1906, doi: 10.1111/j.1365-2966.2010.16579.x, [Online:] http://arxiv.org/PS_cache/arxiv/pdf/1003/1003.0744v1.pdf, [Copy in folder.  Mentioned in SIS news.]

Napier, William M. and David J. Asher (2009) “The Tunguska Impact Event and Beyond,” Astronomy and Geophysics Vol. 50, Issue 1, pp. 18-26.

Napier, William M., J. T. Wickramasinghe, and N. C. Wickramasinghe (2004) “Extreme Albedo Comets and the Impact Hazard,” Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society, Vol. 355, pp. 191-195, doi:10.1111/j.1365-2966.2004.08309.x [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006)]

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NASA (2007) “Near-Earth Object Survey and Deflection Analysis of Alternatives,” Report to Congress, March, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Washington DC.  [28 pp.  Copy in files.]

NASA (2009) “Big Impact on Jupiter,” On Asteroid and Comet Impact Hazards website at http://impact.arc.nasa.gov/news_detail.cfm?ID=182, National Aeronautics and Space Administration, Ames Research Center.

Nelson, Byron C. (1931) The Deluge Story in Stone, (Minneapolis: Augsburg Publishing House). [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006) and Patten (1966A, B), (1988).]

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Nevins, Stuart E. (1971) “Stratigraphic Evidence of the Flood,” Symposium on Creation III, Edited by Donald W. Patten, pp. 32-65, Baker Book House, Grand Rapids, MI. http://www.creationism.org/symposium/symp3no2.htm

Newell, Norman D. (1956) "Catastrophism and the Fossil Record," Evolution, Vol. 10, No. 1, p. 97-ff.? (1956):97.

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Niroma, Timo (n.d.B) “Astronomical Aspects of Mankind's Past and Present: Was the Sudden Global Cooling and Drying in 2200 BC ("Paradise Lost") Caused by Cosmic Impacts?” He passed away in 2011 so it may not stay online: http://www.tilmari.pp.fi/tilmari.htm. [He passed away in 2011.]

Niroma, Timo (n.d.C) The Third Millennium BC (3100-2100 BC),” He passed away in 2011 so it may not stay online: http://www.tilmari.pp.fi/tilmari2.

Noah, Mordecai M. - Translator - (n.d.) The Book of Jasher, Health Research, Mokelumne Hill, CA 95245, Health Research. [Patten (1988) pp. 148, 162.  M. M. Noah lived 1785-1851.]]

Noll, Keith S., Harold A. Weaver, and Paul D. Feldman – Editors – (1995) The Collision of Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9 and Jupiter, (Cambridge: Cambridge University Press) ISBN 0521561922. [Ref. 36 in Boslough and Crawford (1997). Levy (1998) Ch. 13, and Bond et al. (2008).]

Norton, O. Richard (1996+) Rocks from Space, Second Edition, Illustrated by Dorothy S. Norton, Mountain Press Publishing Company, ISBN 9780878423736. [440+ pp. ]

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NOVA (2010) Megabeasts’ Sudden Death, WGBH, bps.org [Great show. James Kennett, Geologist, See notes. Celestial Catastrophe 12,900 years ago.]

NRC (2010) “Defending Planet Earth: Near-Earth Object Surveys and Hazard Mitigation Strategies,” National Research Council, Washington, DC, (Washington, DC: National Academies Press). Purchase at http://www.nap.edu/catalog.php?record_id=12842 [See Notes document.]

Nur, Amos with Dawn Burgess (2008) Apocalypse: Earthquakes, Archaeology, and the Wrath of God (Princeton: Princeton University Press) ISBN: 9780691016023, [See Notes document. Reviewed by Phillip Clapham in Chronology & Catastrophism Review 2012, p. 52, Cited in Jusseret and Sintubin (2013).]


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Oard, Michael J. (1990) An Ice Age Caused by the Genesis Flood, ICR Technical Monograph, Institute for Creation Research, www.icr.org. [243 pp.]

Oard, Michael J. (2000) “The Extinction of the Woolly Mammoth: Was it a Quick Freeze?” CEN Technical Journal, Vol. 14, No. 3, pp. 24-34, http://creation.com/images/pdfs/tj/j14_3/j14_3_24-34.pdf [139 References.  Cites Patten (1966).]

Oard, Michael J. (2005) “The Frozen Record: Examining the Ice Core History of the Greenland and Antarctic Ice Sheets,” ICR Technical Monograph, Institute for Creation Research, Santee, CA, ISBN-10: 093276682X, www.icr.org [199 pp.  About 600 citations.  I own a hard copy.]

Oard, Michael J. (2010) “The Origin of Grand Canyon Part I: Uniformitarianism Fails to Explain Grand Canyon,” Creation Research Society Quarterly, Vol. 46, No. 3, pp. 185-200.  [Soft copy in files.]

Oberbeck, Verne R. and Hans Aggarwal (1991) “Comet Impacts and Chemical Evolution on the Bombarded Earth,” Origins of Life and Evolution of Biospheres, Vol. 21, No. 5-6, pp. 317-338, ISSN: 0169-6149 [http://www.springerlink.com/content/m52ju0057014040r/

Oddershede, L., A. Meibom, J. Bohr (1998) "Scaling analysis of meteorite shower mass distribution," Europhysics Letters, Vol.43, pp. 598-604.  [ITASN Bibliography.]

O’Donoghue, James, T. S. Stallard, H. Melin, G. H. Jones, S. W. H. Cowley, S. Miller, K. H. Baines & J. S. D. Blake, et al. (2013) “The domination of Saturn’s low-latitude ionosphere by ring ‘rain’Nature, Vol. 496, pp. 193-195, doi:10.1038/nature12049 , [http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/news/news.php?release=2013-130&cid=release_2013-130]

O’Keefe, J. D. and T. J. Ahrens (1982) “Cometary and Meteorite Swarm Impact on Planetary Surfaces,” Journal of Geophysical Research, Vol. 87, pp. 6668-6680. [Cited in Firestone et al. (2005), p. 275, 280, 288 at least.]

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Olsen, Paul E. (1986) “Discovery of Earliest Jurassic Reptile Assemblages from Nova Scotia:

Imply Catastrophic End to the Triassic,” Lamont (Newsletter), v. 12, p. 1-3.

Olsen, Paul E. (2011) “Seeking a pot of geological gold,” [Online:] http://www.physorg.com/print243248317.html [T-J extinction.  Not a publication per se.]

Olsen, Paul E., S. J. Fowell, and B. Cornet (1990) “The Triassic-Jurassic boundary in continental rocks of eastern North America: a progress report,” in V. L. Sharpton, and P. D. Ward, Editors, Global Catastrophes in Earth History; an Interdisciplinary Conference on Impacts, Volcanism, and Mass Mortality, Geological Society of America Special Paper 247, pp. 585-593.(Boulder, CO, USA: Geological Society of America).

Olsen, Paul E., Christian Koeberl, Heinz Huber, and Alessandro Montanari (2000) “Progress in the search for an impact layer at the Triassic-Jurassic Boundary in Eastern North America,” in Catastrophic Events and Mass Extinctions: Impacts and Beyond, LPI Contribution 1053, Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston, TX. [Abstract http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/~polsen/nbcp/olsen.dnld.html, Poster session at http://www.ldeo.columbia.edu/~polsen/nbcp/snowbird4.html]

Öpik, Ernst J. (1958) “impact-induces catastrophes - TBD,” Irish Astronomical Journal, [Discussed in Lewis (1996), p. 107.]

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Öpik, Ernst J. (1978) “The Missing Planet,” Moon and Planets, Vol. 18, pp. 327-337.  [Ref. IV. 260 in Allan & Delair (1997).]

Oppenheimer, Clive (2011) Eruptions that Shook the World, Cambridge University Press, ISBN 9780521641128. [Volcanoes. TOC in files.  Forthcoming in June 2011.  408, pp. $30.]

Orth, C. J. (1989) “Geochemistry of the bio-event horizons,” pp. 37-72 in Mass Extinctions – Processes and Evidence, S. K. Donovan, Editor, Belhaven Press, London. [Cited in Ch 24 Palmer (2003).]

Osborne, R. and D. Tarling (1995) The Viking Historical Atlas of the Earth, Viking, London.  [Cited in Palmer (2003), p. 433.]

Osinski, Gordon and Elisabetta Pierazzo – Editors (2013) Impact Cratering: Processes and Products, Wiley-Blackwell, [http://www.wiley.com/WileyCDA/WileyTitle/productCd-140519829X,descCd-tableOfContents.html, 20 peer-reviewed chapters. Discount for MetSoc members]

Osinski, Gordon, Kieniewicz, J., Smith, J. R., Boslough, M. B. E., Eccleston, M., Schawrcz, H. P., et al. (2008) “The Dakhleh Glass: product of an impact airburst or cratering event in the Western Desert of Egypt?” Meteoritics and Planetary Science, Vol. 43, No. 12, pp. 2089–2107.

Osinski, Gordon, R., J. G. Spray, and R. A. F. Grieve (2007) “Impact Melting in Sedimentary Target Rocks: A Synthesis,” in The Sedimentary Record of Meteorite Impacts, GSA Special Paper 437, Edited by: K. Evans, W. Horton, D. King, J. Morrow, and J. Warme, Geological Society of America, Boulder, Colorado.

Ouro, Roberto (2000) “The Earth of Genesis 1:2 Abiotic or Chaotic? Part III,” Andrews University Seminary Studies 38.1 (Spring 2000) 59-67. http://faculty.gordon.edu/hu/bi/Ted_Hildebrandt/OTeSources/01-Genesis/Text/Articles-Books/Ouro-Gen1_2_Pt3_AUSS.pdf

Ovenden, M. W. (1972) “Bode’s Law and the Missing Planet,” Nature, Vol. 239, pp. 508-509.  [Ref. IV. 199 in Allan and Delair (1997).]

Owen, T. (1973) “Ice in Astronomy,” pp. 117-126 in Physics and Chemistry of Ice, Edited by E. Whalley et al., Royal Society of Canada, Ottawa.  [Tobias I believe.  Cited by Thompson (1976).]


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Palmer, Trevor (1994) Catastrophism, Neocatastrophism and Evolution, Society for Interdisciplinary Studies, ISBN 0951430718 [See Abstract_Palmer_1994.docx, http://www.sis-group.org.uk/books.htm and http://www.catastrophism.com/cdrom/pubs/books/palmer/index.htm]

Palmer, Trevor (1999) Controversy - Catastrophism and Evolution: The Ongoing Debate, Kluwer/Plenum, New York.  ISBN-10: 0306457512, [Cited in Palmer (2003).]

Palmer, Trevor (2003A) Perilous Planet Earth: Catastrophes and Catastrophism through the Ages, Cambridge University Press. ISBN-13: 9780521819282 Hbk, ISBN‑13: 9780521174640 Pbk, [522 pp. Own it. Notes.]

Palmer, Trevor (2003B) “Chaos in the Solar System,” Chapter 19, pp. 188-196 in Perilous Planet Earth: Catastrophes and Catastrophism through the Ages, Cambridge University Press. ISBN-13: 9780521819282 Hbk

Palmer, Trevor (2003C) “Catastrophes on Earth,” Chapter 20, pp. 197-214 in Perilous Planet Earth: Catastrophes and Catastrophism through the Ages, Cambridge University Press. ISBN-13: 9780521819282 Hbk

Palmer, Trevor (2003D) “The Death of the Dinosaurs: Iridium and the K-T Extinctions,” Chapter 21, pp. 215-227 in Perilous Planet Earth: Catastrophes and Catastrophism through the Ages, Cambridge University Press. ISBN-13: 9780521819282 Hbk

Palmer, Trevor (2003E) “Ice Ages in the Pleistocene Epoch,” Chapter 27, pp. 302-315 in Perilous Planet Earth: Catastrophes and Catastrophism through the Ages, Cambridge University Press. ISBN-13: 9780521819282 Hbk

Palmer, Trevor (2003F) “Mythology, Religion and Catastrophism,” Chapter 1, pp. 5-15 in Perilous Planet Earth: Catastrophes and Catastrophism through the Ages, Cambridge University Press. ISBN-13: 9780521819282 Hbk

Palmer, Trevor (2003G) “Heretical Catastrophists,” Chapter 12, pp. 114-124 in Perilous Planet Earth: Catastrophes and Catastrophism through the Ages, Cambridge University Press. ISBN-13: 9780521819282 Hbk

Palmer, Trevor (2003H) “Modern Views of Atlantis,” Chapter 28, pp. 316-335 in Perilous Planet Earth: Catastrophes and Catastrophism through the Ages, Cambridge University Press. ISBN-13: 9780521819282 Hbk

Palmer, Trevor (2003I) “Natural Catastrophes and the Rise and Fall of Civilisations,” Chapter 29, pp. 336-362 in Perilous Planet Earth: Catastrophes and Catastrophism through the Ages, Cambridge University Press. ISBN-13: 9780521819282 Hbk

Paquay F. S. et al. (2009) “Absence of geochemical evidence for an impact event at the Bølling-Allerød/Younger Dryas transition,” Proceedings of the National Academy of Science USA, Vol. 106, pp. 21505–21510.

Pasachoff, J. M. and A. Filippenko (2007) The Cosmos: Astronomy in the New Millennium. Third Edition, (Belmont, CA: Thomson Brooks/Cole), [Cited in Froede (2010B).]

Patten, Donald W. (1966A) The Biblical Flood and the Ice Epoch: A Study in Scientific History, (Pacific Meridian Publishing Co. 13540 39th Av. NE, Seattle, WA 98125), [Online: html - www.creationism.org/patten/ and a pdf version at http://www.scribd.com/doc/15782993/The-Biblical-Flood-and-the-Ice-Epoch - scribd.com] [Roche limit.  See Notes document.]

Patten, Donald W. (1966B) “The Tidal Nature of the Biblical Flood,” Chapter V, pp. 51-64 in Patten (1966A) The Biblical Flood and the Ice Epoch.

Patten, Donald W. (1966C) “Orogenesis: The Cause of Global Mountain Uplifts,” Chapter V, pp. 65-100 in Patten (1966A) The Biblical Flood and the Ice Epoch.

Patten, Donald W. (1966D) “Glaciogenesis: The Cause of the Ice Epoch,” Chapter VI, pp. 101-136 in Patten (1966A) The Biblical Flood and the Ice Epoch.

Patten, Donald W. (1966E) “Model of the Flood Catastrophe,” Chapter VII, pp. 137-163 in Patten (1966A) The Biblical Flood and the Ice Epoch.

Patten, Donald W. (1966F) “Astral Catastrophism in Ancient Literature,” Chapter VIII, pp. 164-193 in Patten (1966A) The Biblical Flood and the Ice Epoch.

Patten, Donald W. (1966G) “The Ice Age Phenomenon and a Possible Explanation,” Creation Research Society Quarterly, Vol. 3, No. 1, pp. 63-72, May.  http://www.creationresearch.org/

Patten, Donald W. (1968A) “The Ice Epoch,” pp. 119-135 in Symposium on Creation, Edited by Henry M. Morris, (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House).

Patten, Donald W. (1968B) “The Noachian Flood and Mountain Uplifts,” pp. 93-118, in Symposium on Creation, Edited by Henry M. Morris, (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House).

Patten, Donald W. (1970) The Pre-flood Greenhouse Effect - Symposium on Creation II, Edited by Donald W. Patten, pp. 11-ff, (Grand Rapids, MI: Baker Book House).

Patten, Donald W. (1971) “Cataclysm from Space 2800 B.C.,” Illustrated lecture on DVD, Available in 2012 from The Reality Zone, UPC 689076-543125,www.realityzone.com

Patten, Donald W. (1977) “Millennial Climatology,” Symposium on Creation VI, Edited by Donald W. Patten, pp. 29-56, (Pacific Meridian Publishing Co. 13540 39th Av. NE, Seattle, WA 98125), [Online:] www.creationism.org/symposium/index.htm

Patten, Donald W. (1985A) “The Scars of Mars: Part I,” Catastrophism and Ancient History: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Study, Vol. VI, Part 2, pp. 75-92, [Copy in files.]

Patten, Donald W. (1985B) “The Scars of Mars,” Part 1, Kronos - A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis, Vol. 10, No. 3, July, pp. 25-41. [Online:] http://www.catastrophism.com/cdrom/pubs/journals/kronos/vol1003/index.htm]

Patten, Donald W. (1985C) “The Scars of Mars: Part II,” Catastrophism and Ancient History: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Study, Vol. VII, Part 1, pp. 5-19, Jan.

Patten, Donald W. (1985D) “The Scars of Mars,” Part 2, Kronos - A Journal of Interdisciplinary Synthesis, Vol. 11, No. 1, November, pp. 58-74. [Online:] http://www.catastrophism.com/cdrom/pubs/journals/kronos/vol1101/index.htm

Patten, Donald W. (1987A) “Mountains – A Tidal (Astronomical flyby) Phenomenon,” Creation Research Society Quarterly, Vol. 24, pp. 61-69. [See Notes file.]

Patten, Donald W. (1987B) “The Origin and Decay of the Earth’s Geomagnetic Field,” Catastrophism and Ancient History: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Study, Vol. IX, Part 2, July, pp. 91-107. [Online:] www.catastrophism.com.

Patten, Donald W. (1988A) Catastrophism and the Old Testament: The Mars-Earth Conflicts, (Seattle: Pacific Meridian Publishing Company), ISBN 978-0-8807-0290-4. [Available at e-mail: judy-fenton@comcast.net], [Roche limit. Venus-Mars, I have prepared a Biblical Index.]

Patten, Donald W. (1988B) “The Scars of Mars: Part II – The Flood of Mars – circa 2500 B.C.?” Catastrophism and Ancient History: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Study, Vol. X, Part 1, pp. 17-29. [Copy in files and hard copy.]

Patten, Donald W. (1990) “The 108-Year Cyclicism of Ancient Catastrophes,” Aeon: A Symposium on Myth and Science, Vol. II, No. 2, p. 82-ff., Online: www.catastrophism.com.

Patten, Donald W. (1999A) “The Periodic Cyclicism of Ancient Catastrophes,” pp. 110-127 in Proceedings of the Conference on New Scenarios on the Evolution of the Solar System and Consequences on History of Earth and Man, Edited by Emilio Spedicato and Adalberto Notarpietro, Bergamo, Italy, June 7-9, 1999.

Patten, Donald W. (1999B) “On the Numbers 54 and 108,” pp. 128- and the Catastrophical role of Mars in ancient history,” in Proceedings of the Conference on New Scenarios for the Solar System Evolution and Consequences in History of Earth and Man, Edited by Emilio Spedicato and Adalberto Notarpietro, Milano, Sala Conferenze della Provincia, via Corridoni 16, June 7 and 8, 1999 and Bergamo, Sala dei Giuristi, Citta' Alta, June 9, 1999, [Conference Info. http://www.unibg.it/convegni/NEW_SCENARIOS/English.htm#introduction]

Patten, Donald W., Ronald R. Hatch, and Loren C. Steinhauer (1973) The Long Day of Joshua and Six Other Catastrophes: A Unified Theory of Catastrophism, (Pacific Meridian Publishing Co. 13540 39th Av. NE, Seattle, WA 98125), ISBN 978-0-6865-7652-5.

Patten, Donald W. and Emilio Spedicato (1999) “On the Numbers 54 and 108,” pp. 128-142 in Proceedings of the Conference on New Scenarios for the Solar System Evolution and Consequences in History of Earth and Man, Edited by Emilio Spedicato and Adalberto Notarpietro, Milano, Sala Conferenze della Provincia, via Corridoni 16, June 7 and 8, 1999 and Bergamo, Sala dei Giuristi, Citta' Alta, June 9, 1999,. [Cited by Spedicato]

Patten, Donald W. and Emilio Spedicato (2001) “On the Numbers 54 and 108,” A Report in the Serie Miscellanea, Anno 2001, No. 4, Quaderni del Dipartimento di Matematica, Statistica, Informatica ed Applicazioni, Universita' Degli Studi Di Bergamo, Italy. [Online:] http://www.unibg.it/struttura/en_struttura.asp?rubrica=1&persona=636&nome=Emilio&cognome=Spedicato&titolo=Prof.

Patten, Donald W. and Samuel R. Windsor (1988A) “The Organization of the Solar System – Part I,” Aeon, July, David Talbott, Editor, www.catastrophism.com  [Cited in Patten (1988: 59, 266)]

Patten, Donald W. and Samuel R. Windsor (1988B) “The Organization of the Solar System – Part II,” Aeon, Sep., David Talbott, Editor, www.catastrophism.com  [Cited in Patten (1988: 59, 266).]

Patten, Donald W. and Samuel R. Windsor (1989) “The Birth and Odyssey of Halley's Comet: From 2484 B.C. to the Present Time,” Catastrophism and Ancient History: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Study, Vol. XI, Issue 1, pp. 5-24, Jan. [Copy in files.]

Patten, Donald W. and Samuel R. Windsor (1991A) “Catastrophic Theory of Mountain Uplifts: A Crustal Deformation Theory,” Catastrophism and Ancient History: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Study, Vol. XIII, Part 1, pp. 17-41, January. [Copy in folder.]

Patten, Donald, W. and Samuel R. Windsor (1995) The Recent Organization of the Solar System, (Pacific Meridian Publishing Co. 13540 39th Av. NE, Seattle, WA 98125), [Copy available at http://www.creationism.org/patten/PattenRecOrgSolSys/index.htm.  I have a hard copy of 134 pp.]

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Patten, Donald W. and Samuel R. Windsor (1999) The Flood of Noah, (Pacific Meridian Publishing Co. 13540 39th Av. NE, Seattle, WA 98125). [I have a 155 page GBC-bound copy.]

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Peiser, Benny J. (1998) “Comparative Analysis of Late Holocene Environmental and Social Upheaval: Evidence for a Global Disaster around 4000 BP,” pp. 117-139 in Peiser et al. (1998), BAR 728.

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Peiser Benny J. (2003) “Climate Change and Civilization Collapse,” in Okonski K (ed) Adapt or Die, (Profile Books, London), pp. 191–201.

Peiser, Benny J., Trevor Palmer, and Mark E. Bailey – Editors – (1998) Natural Catastrophes During Bronze Age Civilisations: Archaeological, Geological, Astronomical and Cultural Perspectives, Proceedings of the Second Society for Interdisciplinary Studies (SIS) Cambridge Conference, 11-13 July 1997, British Archaeological Reports (BAR) 728, Archaeopress, Oxford, ISBN 086054916X [I own a hard copy.  See Abstract Below.  Abstracts online: http://www.sis-group.org.uk/cambproc.htm , Cited in Palmer (2003), p. 119.]

Abstract: Research in the field of neo-catastrophism and impact cratering has quickened its pace since the early 1980s. An increasing number of astronomers have suggested that a series of cosmic disasters punctuated the earth in prehistoric times. Scholars such as Victor Clube, Bill Napier, Mark Bailey, Sir Fred Hoyle and Duncan Steel claim that a more ‘active’ sky might have caused major cultural changes of Bronze Age civilisations, belief systems and religious rituals. Can the astronomical evidence brought forward by these astronomers be substantiated by the historical, archaeological and climatological records? End

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Peratt, Anthony L. (2001) “Talking Rocks,” in Lecture Series on Celestial Catastrophes in Human Prehistory, Philadelphia, PA: Center for Ancient Studies, Institute for Environmental Studies, University of Pennsylvania Museum Archaeology and Anthropology, Philadelphia. [Cited in Peratt (2003).]

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Peratt, Anthony L. and W. F. Yao (2008) “Evidence for an Intense Solar Outburst in Prehistory,” Physica Scripta, Vol. 130, pp. 1-13.

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Perkins, S. (2010) “Texas Flood Carves Canyon in Days,” Science News, 178, no. 2, 17 July. [http://www.biblearchaeology.org/post/2011/04/07/Texas-Flood-Rapidly-Creates-Canyon.aspx#Article]

Petaev, Michail and Cassandra Marion -Chairs (2013) “Terrestrial Impact Craters: Where, When, What, How,” Session F506, at the 44th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference, http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2013/

Peterson, Ivars (1993) Newton’s Clock: Chaos in the Solar System, W. H. Freeman & Col, New York, ISBN-10: 0716723964.  [317 pp.  Estimate 240 references.  I have a hard copy.  CH5057.]

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Pinter, Nicholas, Andrew C. Scott, Tyrone L. Daulton, Andrew Podoll, Christian Koeberl, R. Scott Anderson, and Scott E. Ishman (2011) “The Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis: A Requiem,” Earth-Science Reviews, Vol.   doi:10.1016/j.earscirev.2011.02.005

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Pollock, J. B., O. B. Toon, T. P. Ackerman, et al. (1983) “Environmental Effects of an Impact-generated Dust-cloud,” Science, Vol. 219, pp. 287-289.  [Cited in Palmer (2003) p. 435.]

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Pope, Kevin O. (2002) “Impact Dust not the Cause of the Cretaceous-Tertiary Mass Extinction,” Geology, Vol. 30, No. 2, pp. 99-102.

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Rappenglück, Barbara; Kord Ernstson, W. Mayer, A. Neumair, M. A. Rappenglück, D. Sudhaus and K. W. Zeller (2009) “The Chiemgau Impact: An Extraordinary Case Study for the Question of Holocene Meteorite Impacts and their Cultural Implication,” pp. 338-343, Cosmology across Cultures, Proceedings of a workshop held at Parque de las Ciencias, Granada, Spain, 8-12 September 2008, ASP Conf. Ser. 409, Astronomical Society of the Pacific, [e-copy for sale http://www.aspbooks.org/a/volumes/article_details/?paper_id=30130] [Abstract in files.  See Notes doc.]

Rappenglück, Barbara and Michael Rappenglück (2007) “Does the myth of Phaethon reflect an impact? Revising the fall of Phaethon and considering a possible relation to the Chiemgau Impact,” Mediterranean Archaeology and Archaeometry, Special Issue, Vol. 6, No. 3, pp. 101-109. [See Notes document.  An Image file in folder.]

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Rubtsov, Vladimir (2011) “A Space Key to the Riddle of the Tunguska Catastrophe,” Paper at the 2011 Quantavolution Conference, Athens, Greece, 07-10 Oct., [Online: http://www.qconference-athens-2011.grazian-archive.com/aspacekeytotheri/rubtsov-paperx.pdf

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Schoch, Robert M. (2010A) “An Ancient Warning, A Global Message, From the End of the Last Ice Age,” New Dawn Magazine, July-Aug, pp.15-22, [Online:] http://www.robertschoch.com/articles/schochancientwarningnewdawnjuly2010.pdf, [www.newdawnmagazine.com, Copy in file.]

Schoch, Robert M. (2010B) “The Mystery of Göbekli Tepe and Its Message to Us,” New Dawn Magazine, Sept-Oct, pp.53-60, [Online:] http://www.robertschoch.com/articles/schochgobeklitepenewdawnsept2010.pdf [www.newdawnmagazine.com, Copy in file.]

Schoch, Robert M. (2010C) “Glass Castles & Fire from the Sky A New Theory of Ancient Vitrification,” New Dawn Magazine, Special Issue 13, pp.53-60, [Online:] http://www.robertschoch.com/articles/schochvitrificationnewdawnspecialissuesept2010.pdf, [www.newdawnmagazine.com, Copy in file.]

Schoch, Robert M. (2012A) “The Catastrophic Termination of the Last Ice Age,” Talk at Electric Universe 2012 - The Human Story, Conference, 06-08 Jan. Las Vegas, Nevada, USA, [Excerpt at http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/mm/electric-universe-2012-conference-video-excerpts/

Schoch, Robert M. (2012B) Forgotten Civilization: The Role of Solar Outbursts in Our Past and Future, (Rochester VT: Inner Traditions), ISBN: 978-1-59477-497-3 [See notes document. 384 pp. $19 pb]

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Sitchin, Zecharia (1985) The Wars of God and Men: Book III of the Earth Chronicles, (New York: HarperCollins Publishers), [Allan & Delair (1997) use material for their Part IV but do not reference the book in their text.  I own a copy.]

Sitchin, Zecharia (1993) When Time Began: Book V of the Earth Chronicles, (New York: HarperCollins Publishers), [Allan & Delair (1997) use material for their Part IV but do not reference the book in their text.  I own a copy.]

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Spedicato, Emilio (2006) “On the numbers 54 and 108 in Ancient Worldwide Traditions: an Extended data base and some possible Astronomical Connections,” (Quaderni del Dipartimento di Matematica, statistica, informatica e applicazioni "Lorenzo Mascheroni". Ricerca 7(2006)). Bergamo: Università degli studi di Bergamo, Italy. [Online:] http://hdl.handle.net/10446/334 [Copy in files.]

Spedicato, Emilio (2010) “On the recent origin of the Moon: a four-five body scenario for a capture event and its mathematical modeling via nonlinear optimization,” Chapter 10, pp. 171-186 in Quantavolution: Challenges to Conventional Science, Ian Tresman, Editor, Metron Publications, Inc. USA [Free Online:] www.knowledge.co.uk/quantavolution or various versions available at www.lulu.com [PDF copy in CC files.]

Spedicato, Emilio (2011A) “On the Reversal of the Rotational Momentum of Earth: A Derivation and Analysis of the Herodotus Equation,” pp. 88-96 in Astronomia culturale in Italia: Lavori presentati a Convegni Nazionali della Societá Italiana de Archeoastronomia, [Milano: Societá Italiana de Archeoastronomia]. [I have a hard copy.]

Spedicato, Emilio (2011B) “On the End of Ice Age and Atlantis, and the Origin of the Moon,” Monograph of 10 pages, Department of Mathematics, University of Bergamo, Bergamo, Italy. [Date is uncertain but must be 2011 or 2012.  I have a hard copy. See Notes document.]

Spedicato, Emilio (2011C) “Deucalion Catastrophe and Moses Passage of Red Sea, an Explanation via Phaethon Explosion,” Monograph of 28 pages, Department of Mathematics, University of Bergamo, Bergamo, Italy. [October. I have a hard copy. See notes document.]

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Talbott, David (2010B) The Lightning-Scarred Planet Mars: Symbols of an Alien Sky DVD episode 2, (Portland, OR, USA: Mikamar Publishing), http://www.mikamar.biz/Default.htm [Release date uncertain.]

Talbott, David (2012) “Seeking the Third Story,” A DVD of Two Talks at the First Annual Conference of the Thunderbolts Project in Las Vegas, January 6-8, (Milwaukie, OR: Mikamar Publishing), Also on YouTube, http://www.mikamar.biz/DVD-info/sts-a.htm

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Thunderbolts Project (2012B) “Ancient Origins of Doomsday Anxiety,” Brief video clip is a draft, giving first glimpses of a major project for 2013.  The project will be included among several key themes at the conference, ELECTRIC UNIVERSE 2013:The Tipping Point, in Albuquerque, New Mexico, Jan 3-6, 2013. http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=8okS2qeNnmU

Thunderbolts Project (2012C) “Thunderbolts of the Gods,” The 2004 documentary, “Thunderbolts – the Tutorial” has introduced hundreds of thousands of inquirers around the world to the basic concepts and principles of the Electric Universe. The Thunderbolts Project’s principal figures, including David Talbott, Wal Thornhill, and Don Scott, provide a compelling overview of the convergence of their respective works, illuminating the pervasive role of electricity in the cosmos. Here, for the first time, we present the film in its entirety. [Online]: http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2012/12/27/thunderbolts-of-the-gods-official-movie/

Thunderbolts Project (2012D) “Greatest Mars Mysteries, Pt. One,” In early 2004 the NASA rovers Spirit and Opportunity touched down on the planet Mars to begin exploring the Martian environment. Due to calculations relating to accumulation of dust on their solar panels, the two robots were given an expected lifespan of 90 days each to gather as much scientific data as possible. But incredibly, the rover Spirit lasted until 2010, and was ultimately only stopped after being ensnared by sandy soil in a Martian crater. Even more incredibly, the rover Opportunity is still going and transmitting data to scientists on Earth.

As strange as it may seem, the mystery has never been adequately addressed by NASA scientists.

In this interview, David Talbott explains why repeated electrostatic cleanings are the only plausible explanation for the rovers’ stunning lifespans. This explanation (first proposed on Thunderbolts.info back in 2005) is made ironic by the latest developments in self-cleaning solar panel technologies – intended for use in future Mars missions. [Online:] http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2012/12/09/david-talbott-on-mars-mysteries-pt-one/

Thunderbolts Project (2012E) “Symbols of an Alien Sky – Official Full Movie,” We present the first in the Thunderbolts Project’s series of DVDs outlining David Talbott’s reconstruction of the ancient sky. Just a few thousand years ago a gathering of planets appeared as towering forms close to the earth, provoking spectacular electric discharge formations above our forebears. [Online:] http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2012/12/07/symbols-of-an-alien-sky-official-full-movie/

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Van der Sluijs, Marinus Anthony (2007A) The Mythology of the World Axis; Exploring the Role of Plasma in World Mythology, All-Round Publications, London, ISBN 9780955665509 [a.k.a. Rens, axis mundi, Available at www.lulu.com.  I own a digital copy. 93 pp. See notes.]

Van der Sluijs, Marinus Anthony (2007B) The World Axis as an Atmospheric Phenomenon, All-Round Publications, London, ISBN 9780955665516 [a.k.a. Rens, axis mundi, Available at www.lulu.com.  I own a digital copy. 88 pp.  See notes.]

Van der Sluijs, Marinus Anthony (2008) “Ancient Traditions: What Can They Tell Us about the History of the Earth?” Chronology & Catastrophism Review; The Journal of the Society for Interdisciplinary Studies, Proceedings of the SIS Cambridge Conference, FitzWilliam College 31st August – 2nd September 2007, pp. 56-67

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Van der Sluijs, Rens [Marinus Anthony] (2012A) “Catastrophism in the Humanities: A low-down Part One,” Thunderbolts Picture of the Day, 09 March, [Online:] http://www.thunderbolts.info/wp/2012/03/09/catastrophism-in-the-humanities-a-low-down-part-one/

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Wikipedia “Édouard Roche,” Accessed on 02 April 2012. http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/%C3%89douard_Roche

Wikipedia “Stability of the Solar System,” Accessed on 09 Feb 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Stability_of_the_Solar_System

Wikipedia “Cretaceous Tertiary Extinction Event,” Accessed on 12 Feb 2010 [K/T], http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cretaceous%E2%80%93Tertiary_extinction_event,

Wikipedia “Formation and Evolution of the Solar System,” Accessed on 10 Feb 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Formation_and_evolution_of_the_Solar_System

Wikipedia “Tunguska Event,” Accessed on 20 Jan 2011, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Tunguska_event

Wikipedia “Velikovsky,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Velikovsky

Wikipedia “Santorini,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Santorini

Wikipedia “Noah’s Ark,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Noah's_Ark

Wikipedia “David Fasold,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/David_Fasold

Wikipedia “Impact Crater,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Impact_crater

Wikipedia “List of impact craters on Earth,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_impact_craters_on_Earth

Wikipedia “Cataclysmic pole shift hypothesis,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Cataclysmic_pole_shift_hypothesis

Wikipedia “Bolide,” Accessed in 2010 in article titled “Meteoroid,” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Bolide#Bolide

Wikipedia “Near-Earth object,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Near-Earth_object#Planet_Earth_collision_probability_with_near-Earth_objects

Wikipedia “Eastern Mediterranean event,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Eastern_Mediterranean_event

Wikipedia “Younger Dryas event,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Younger_Dryas_event

Wikipedia “KREEP,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/KREEP

Wikipedia “Megatsunami,” or mega-tsunami, Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Megatsunami

Wikipedia “Chesapeake Bay impact crater,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Chesapeake_Bay_impact_crater

Wikipedia “Maunder Minimum,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Maunder_Minimum

Wikipedia “Lake Cheko,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lake_Cheko [Copy in Tunguska folder.]

Wikipedia “Magnetosphere of Jupiter,” Accessed ion 25 Jan. 2011, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Magnetosphere_of_Jupiter

Wikipedia “Flux Tube,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Flux_tube

Wikipedia “Earth Impact Database,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth_Impact_Database

Wikipedia “Foraminifera,” Accessed in 2010, http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Foraminifera

Wikipedia “Third Millennium BC,” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Third_millennium_BC [Accessed on 27 Sep 2010.]

Wikipedia “Roche Limit,” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Roche_Limit [Much detail.  Accessed on 27 Oct 2010.]

Wikipedia “Herodotus,” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Herodotus [Accessed on 27 Jan 2011.]

Wikipedia “Carolina Bay,” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Carolina_Bay [Accessed on 22 Feb 2011.]

Wikipedia “Thera Eruption,” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Thera_Eruption

Wikipedia “Immanuel Velikovsky,” http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Immanuel_Velikovsky

Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Sibylline_Oracles [Accessed on 24 October 2011]

Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Prehistoric_tsunamis

Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Resonant_orbits [Accessed on 13 March 2012]

Wikipedia - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Pens%C3%A9e_(Immanuel_Velikovsky_Reconsidered) [Accessed on 13 March 2012]

Wilford, J. M. (1987) The Riddle of the Dinosaur, Vintage Books, New York.  [Cited in Palmer (2003), p. 434.]

Wilhelms Don E. (1984) "The Martian Hemispheric Dichotomy may be due to a Giant Impact," Nature, Vol. 309, 10 May, p. 138.

Wilkening, Laurel –Editor- (1982) Comets, University of Arizona Press, [Recommended by Lewis (1996).]

Wilson, Colin and Rand Flem-Ath (2002) The Atlantis Blueprint: Unlocking the Ancient Mysteries of a Long-Lost Civilization, Dell Publishing, ISBN-10: 0440508983.

Wilson, Ian (1986), The Exodus Enigma, Guild Publishing, London. [Cited in Ch. 29 in Palmer (2003).

Wilson, Ian (1987) Undiscovered, Michael O’Mara, London. [Cited in Ch. 29 Palmer (2003).]

Wilson, Ian (1999) The Bible is History, Weidenfeld and Nicolson, London. [Cited in Ch. 29 in Palmer (2003).]

Wilson, Ian (2001) Before the Flood, Orion, London. [Cited in Palmer (2003), p. 488.]

Wilson, J. Tuzo (1954) “Article Title TBD but deals with Mountain Uplifts,” The article includes figures 6-12, in Patten (1966A), which are found on pp. 153-163 165, 178 in The Earth as a Planet, Gerard P. Kuiper, Editor, University of Chicago Press, Cambridge University Press, [Cited in Patten (1966A) in several locations.]

Winchester, Simon (2003) Krakatoa: The Day the World Exploded: August 27, 1883, HarperCollins, ISBN 9780066212852. [416 pp. volcanic eruption.  He has been interviewed many times and on PBS series.]

Windsor, Samuel Ronald (1988A) “The Venus versus Mars Controversy, or Which Planet Moved the Earth?” Catastrophism and Ancient History, Vol. X, Part 2, July, pp. 73-86. [Copy in C&AH files.]

Windsor, Samuel Ronald (1988B) “Solar System Magnetic Fields-Further,” Catastrophism and Ancient History, Vol. 10, Part 2, July, Interaction Section, pp. 94-96. [Copy available for a price at http://www.catastrophism.com]

Windsor, Samuel Ronald (1992) “Noah’s Vessel 24,000 Dead Weight Tons,” Catastrophism and Ancient History, Vol. XIV, Part 1, Jan., pp. 5-31., ISSN 0-733-8058. [Chapter 8 in Patten, Donald W. and Samuel R. Windsor (1997) The Flood of Noah, (Pacific Meridian Publishing Co. 13540 39th Av. NE, Seattle, WA 98125) and  [Online:] http://barry.warmkessel.com/windsor1.html

Windsor, Samuel Ronald (1993) “Noah’s Ark, It’s Geometry,” Catastrophism and Ancient History, Vol. XV, Part 1, Jan., pp. 40-57, ISSN 0-733-8058, [Chapter 7 in Patten, Donald W. and Samuel R. Windsor (1997) The Flood of Noah, (Pacific Meridian Publishing Co. 13540 39th Av. NE, Seattle, WA 98125). [Hard copy and [Online:] http://barry.warmkessel.com/windsor2.html and www.catastrophism.com.  

Wisdom, Jack (1985) “Meteorites May Follow a Chaotic Route to Earth,” Nature, Vol. 315, pp. 731-733, 27 June.  [Cited in Peterson (1993), p. 302.]

Woelfli, Willy and Walter Baltensperger (1999) “A possible explanation for Earth’s climatic changes in the past few million years,” Report CBPF-NF-031/99, Centro Brasileiro de Pesquisas Fisicas, Rio de Janeiro, [Preprint online:] http://arxiv.org/pdf/physics/9907033.pdf [Cited in Patten & Spedicato (2001).]

Wolbach, Wendy S., E. Anders, and M. A. Nazarov (1990) “Fires at the K/T boundary: Carbon at the Sumbar, Turkmenia, Site,” Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta, Vol. 54, pp. 1133-1146. [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 341.]

Wolbach, Wendy S., I. Gilmour, and E. Anders (1990) “Major Wildfires at the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary,” pp. 391-400 in Global Catastrophes in Earth History, Edited by V. L. Sharpton and P. Ward, Special Paper 247, Geological Society of America.  [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 341.]

Wolbach, Wendy S., I. Gilmour, E. Anders, C. J. Orth, and R. R. Brooks (1988) “Global Fire at the Cretaceous-Tertiary Boundary,” Nature, Vol. 334, pp. 665-669. [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 341.]

Wolbach, Wendy S., R. S. Lewis, and E. Anders (1985) “Cretaceous Extinctions: Evidence for Wildfires and Search for Meteorite Material?” Science, Vol. 230, pp. 167-170.  [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 341.]

Wolbach, Wendy S., A. Stich, J. B. Kloosterman, L. Becker, J. Kennett, Richard B. Firestone, and Allen West (2007) “Is There Evidence for Impact-Triggered Fires at the End Pleistocene,” Paper PP43A-03, 2007 Joint Assembly, American Geophysical Union, Acapulco, 22-25 May. http://www.agu.org/meetings/sm07/sm07-sessions/sm07_PP43A.html

Wolfe, Irving (1994A) “A Catastrophic Interpretation of Western Cosmologies,” pp. 52-55 in Evidence that the Earth has Suffered Catastrophes of Cosmic Origin in Historical Times, Proceedings of the 1993 SIS Cambridge Conference, 16-18 July, Special Edition of Chronology and Catastrophism Review, Society for Interdisciplinary Studies, www.knowledge.co.uk/sis/

Wolfe, Irving (1994B) “A Catastrophist Reading of Religious Systems,” Chronology and Catastrophism Review, Vol. XVI, pp. 2-10, www.knowledge.co.uk/sis/

Wolfe, Irving (1998) “The ‘Kultursturz’ at the Bronze Age/Iron Age Boundary,” pp. 219-231 in Peiser et al. (1998), British Archaeological Reports (BAR) 728.

Wolfe, Irving (2008) “The Effects and Outcomes of Cosmic Catastrophes on Human Societies,” C&C Review 2008 - The Proceedings of the SIS Conference held at Fitzwilliam College, Cambridge, 31st August to 2nd September 2007, 'Cosmic Catastrophes - Asteroids, Comets and Planets: Possibilities and Probabilities in the Light of New Findings and the Testimony of Ancient Man' http://www.sis-group.org.uk/review.htm

Wünnemann, K., Gareth S. Collins, and R. Weiss (2010) “Impact of a cosmic body into Earth’s ocean and the generation of large tsunami waves: insight from numerical modeling,” Reviews of Geophysics, Vol. 48, RG4006, doi: 10.1029/2009RG000308 [Cited in Pierazzo et al. (2012).]


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Yabushita, S. (2006) “Are Cratering and Probably Related Geologic Records Periodic?” Earth, Moon, and Planets, Vol. 72, pp. 343-356. [Copy in files.]

Yeomans, Donald K. (1991) Comets: A Chronological History of Observation, Science, Myth, and Folklore, (New York: John Wiley & Sons). [Cited in Levy (1998) Ch. 8.]

Young, Davis A. (1995) The Biblical Flood: A Case of the Church’s Response to Extrabiblical Evidence, (Carlisle, UK: Paternoster Press and Grand Rapids, MI: Wm. B. Eerdmans).  [CH5046.  Cited in Palmer (2003) p. 484 #16.]


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Zahnla, K. (1996) “Tunguska: Leaving no Stone Unturned,” Nature, Vol. 383, pp. 674-675. [Ref. 33 in Bond et al. (2008).]

Zander, Brigitte and Monica Rotaru – Editors - (2001) Meteorites: Their Impact on Science and History, English edition translated by Roger Hewins, Cambridge University Press, ISBN-13: 9780521799409. [Beautiful book with full color photos.  Originally published in French as Les Météorites, 1996. We own a hard bound copy.]

Zangger, Eberhard, (1992) The Flood from Heaven: Deciphering the Atlantis Legend, Sidgwick and Jackson/Book Club Associates, [Cited incorrectly in Palmer (2003), p. 374, #7.]

Zanner, C. (2001) “Nebraska’s Carolina Bays,” Presentation at the Geological Society of America Annual Meeting, Boston, 5-8 Nov. [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 214.]

Zappala, V. et al. (1998) “Asteroid Showers on Earth after Family Breakup Events,” Icarus, Vol. 134, pp. 176-179. [Cited in Napier (2009).]

Zeitl, Helmut (1984) “Tiahuanco and the Deluge,” Catastrophism and Ancient History, Vol. VI 2, July, www.catastrophism.com [Cited in Patten (1988).]

Zielinski, G. A. and G. R. Mershon (1997) “Paleoenvironmental Implications Insoluble Microparticle Record in the GISP2 (Greenland) Ice Core during the Rapidly Changing Climate of the Pleistocene-Holocene Transition,” Geological Society of America Bulletin, Vol. 109, pp. 547-559. [Cited in Firestone et al. (2006), p. 301.]

Zlobin, Andrei E. (2007) “Quasi Three-dimensional Modeling of Tunguska Comet Impact (1908),” 2007 Planetary Defense Conference, http://www.aero.org/conferences/planetarydefense/2007papers/P4-1--Zlobin_Paper.pdf. [11 Refs. in Russian.]

Zook, H. A, J. B. Hartung, and D. Storzer (1977) “Solar flare activity: Evidence for large-scale changes in the past” Icarus, Vol. 32, pp. 106-126. [Cited in LaViolette (2011).]

Zook, H. A. (1980) “On lunar evidence for a possible large increase in solar flare activity ~2x104 years ago,” In Proceedings of the Conference on the Ancient Sun, Edited by R. Peppin, J. Eddy, and R. Merril, pp. 245–266. [Cited in LaViolette (2011).]

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1.0 General Discussion & Background 2.0 Annotated Bibliography 3.0 Related Websites 4.0 Conferences/Symposiums/Meetings
5.0 Short Papers and Synopses 6.0 Bibliographies 7.0 Relevant Periodicals 8.0 Related Organizations
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3.0 Related Websites

Table 1.  List of Websites Related to Celestial Catastrophism and related Events.

Name

Universal Resource Locator (URL)

Comments

Catastrophism

www.pibburns.com/catastro.htm

·         Last updated in 17 July 2010

·         Looks very interesting.

·         Philip Burns

Catastrophist Manifesto

www.catastrophist.org/home/catastrophist-manifesto-2007/

·         Hans Kloosterman

The International Society for Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy in Culture

http://www1.archaeoastronomy.org/

·         The tenth “Oxford” International Symposium on Archaeoastronomy will take place in Cape Town, South Africa, on July 12–18, 2014.

European Society for Astronomy in Culture

www.archeoastronomy.org/publications/index.html

·         Dr. Michael A. Rappenglück MA President 2011.

·         Fifteen (15) conferences have been held as of 2013.

Cosmopier

http://sites.google.com/site/cosmopier/

This site is dedicated to a new approach on the solar system astrophysics, archaeology, paleontology, archaeoastronomy, climate studies, water resources and environmental evolution from the End-Pleistocene and Holocene.  The site shares some clues about craters, scars, palaeolagoons and their possible cosmic origin.

SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System

www.adsabs.harvard.edu

·         Publications

·         Citation listings

Ernston Claudin Impact Structures – Meteorite Craters

www.impact-structures.com/introduction

·         Research on impact geology, geophysics, petrology, and impact cratering

·         Lots of information here.

Catastrophism! - Man, Myth and Mayhem in Ancient History and the Sciences

www.catastrophism.com

Includes: archaeology, astronomy, biology, catastrophism, chemistry, cosmology, geology, geophysics, history, linguistics, mythology, palaeontology, physics, psychology, religion, and uniformitarianism

·         450 publications

·         5,000 images

·         6,000 documents

·         Costs about $175.00

·         Ian Tresman's site. Lots to interest all and a high spec CD to boot (also available from the SIS Book Service)

Institute for Interdisciplinary Science (INFIS)

www.infis.org

 

Impact Earth

www.purdue.edu/ImpactEarth

Pierazzo et al. (2012) and Collins et al. (2012)

Cosmochemistry Illustrated

www.higp.hawaii.edu/cosmoeye/

Space science slide presentations.

Earth Impact Database (EID)

www.unb.ca/passc/ImpactDatabase

Extensive listing of related links.

Creationism

www.creationsim.org

Paul Abramson, Webmaster

Noah’s flood.

Geological Society of America, Inc.

www.geosociety.org

 

Maverick Science

www.maverickscience.com

 

Meteorite Impact References by Topic, Cochise College, Virtual Geology Museum (VGM), Hall of Meteorites,

http://skywalker.cochise.edu/wellerr/meteorite-impact-ref/metref-topic-list.htm

Roger Weller, Geology Instructor

Last updated 2007.

Bob Kobres Web Page

http://abob.libs.uga.edu/bobk/cbaymenu.html

Carolina Bays plus.

George Howard’s website

http://www.georgehoward.net/cbays.htm

Maintained by George Howard.  Carolina Bays

Information about asteroids and near-Earth objects from NASA JPL.

http://www.jpl.nasa.gov/asteroidwatch

 

Information about asteroid radar research.

http://echo.jpl.nasa.gov/

 

The Meteoritical Society

www.meteoriticalsociety.org

 

Planetary Science Research Discoveries (PSRD)

www.psrd.hawaii.edu

Cosmochemistry web journal of meteorites, asteroids, planets, moons, and other materials in our Solar System.

Plasma Universe

http://plasmauniverse.info/

Dr. Anthony L. Peratt

Plot of proper eccentricity versus proper semi-major axis for the main belt asteroid population

http://hamilton.dm.unipi.it/astdys/

Proper elements computed by A. Milani and Z. Knezevic.  Cellino and Dell’Oro (2009).

NASA JPL NEO Program Close Approach Tables for the period 1900 – 2200 A.D.

http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/ca/

 

NASA’s NEO Statistics

http://neo.jpl.nasa.gov/stats/

Pierazzo et al. (2012)

MIT Lincoln Laboratory

Lincoln Near Earth Asteroid Research (LINEAR)

http://www.ll.mit.edu/mission/space/linear/

 

Tunguska Home Page

http://www-th.bo.infn.it/tunguska/index.html

University of Bologna (Italy), Department of Physics

Mythopedia: Introducing Plasma Mythology

http://mythopedia.info/

Managed by: Marinus Anthony van der Sluijs

Crater Hunter Blog

http://craterhunter.wordpress.com

Very good material.

Near Earth Asteroids (NEAs) - A Chronology of Milestones

www.iau.org/public/nea

 

 

4.0 Conferences/Symposiums/Meetings

Table 2 List of Some Conferences and Symposiums Dealing with Celestial Catastrophism Issues both upcoming and past.  Conferences are not listed in any particular order at this date, but future conferences are listed in bold at the top of the list. [8]

Title of Meeting

Location, Date(s), Sponsor(s)

Comments

Volcanism, Impacts, and Mass Extinctions: Causes and Effects

London, England

27-29 March 2013

http://massextinction.princeton.edu

Co-sponsored by Mineralogical Society of Great Britain and Ireland and the Volcanic and Magmatic Studies Group.

Asteroids, Comets, Meteors (ACM) 2012

Niigata, Japan

16-20 May 2012

http://chiron.mtk.nao.ac.jp/ACM2012

I have some abstracts in my files.

Second Arab Impact Cratering and Astrogeology Conference (AICAC II)

Casablanca, Morocco

13-20 Nov 2011

www.fsac.ac.ma/aicaii/index.html

Elements, Vol. 8, No. 1, Feb. pp. 64-65.

Conference on Quantavolution

Athens, Greece

07-10 Oct. 2011

www.qconference-athens-2011.grazian-archive.com

Stars and Stones: Voyages in Archaeoastronomy and Cultural Astronomy - A Meeting of Different Worlds

Évora, Portugal

19-24 Sep. 2011

SEAC

19th congress of SEAC.

European Society for Astronomy in Culture.

www.ciuhct.com/seac2011/

New Scenarios for the Solar System Evolution and Consequences in History of Earth and Man

June 1999
Milano, Sala Conferenze della Provincia, via Corridoni 16, June 7 and 8
Bergamo, Sala dei Giuristi, Citta' Alta, June 9

http://www.unibg.it/convegni/NEW_SCENARIOS/English.htm

Cannot find conference proceedings.  I think they were published in 2002.

Conference on Large Body Impacts and Terrestrial Evolution: Geological, Climatological, and Biological Implications

Snowbird, UT, USA

October 1981

Lunar and Planetary Institute (LPI)

National Academy of Sciences (NAS)

Over 100 delegates.

Proceedings GSA Special Paper 190. “Geological Implications of Impacts of Large Asteroids and Comets on the Earth.”

See Silver and Schultz (1982).

Proceedings of the First Seminar of Catastrophism and Ancient History

04 Dec. 1982

Catastrophism and Ancient History

www.catastrophism.com/cdrom/pubs/journals/cat-anc/proc1/index.htm

The Full Text of this article/publication can be found either:

On the Catastrophism! CD-Rom

On this web site at Catastrophism! Online

Proceedings of the Second Seminar of Catastrophism and Ancient History

03 Dec. 1983

Catastrophism and Ancient History

www.catastrophism.com/cdrom/pubs/journals/cat-anc/proc2/index.htm

The Full Text of this article/publication can be found either:

On the Catastrophism! CD-Rom

On this web site at Catastrophism! Online

Proceedings of the Third Seminar of Catastrophism and Ancient History

Catastrophism and Ancient History

www.catastrophism.com/cdrom/pubs/journals/cat-anc/proc3/index.htm

The Full Text of this article/publication can be found either:

On the Catastrophism! CD-Rom

On this web site at Catastrophism! Online

International Conference on Archaeoastronomy

“Ancient Watching of Cosmic Space and Observation of Astronomical Phenemona”

Rhodes, Greece

06-10 April 2006

Proceedings in Archaeology and Archaeometry: An International Journal, Special Issue, Vol. 6, No. 3.

Editor: Ioannis Liritzis

First International Conference on Impact Cratering in the Solar System

08-12 May 2006

European Space Agency (ESA)

Notes 2-5.

First International Conference on Large Meteorite Impacts

Geological Society of America

Might be the “Sudbury” series.  Titles of Conferences change.

Dressler, Burkhard O., R. A. F. Grieve, and Virgil L. Sharpton – Editors – (1994) Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution, Special Paper, Geological Society of America, Boulder, CO. [May be the First Conference.]

International Conference on Large Meteorite Impacts and Planetary Evolution

Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

01-03 Sept. 1997

Geological Society of America

Dressler, B. O. and V. L. Sharpton – Editors – (1999), GSA Special Paper 339, Conf. No. II

Third International Conference on Large Meteorite Impacts

Nördlingen, Germany

05-07 August 2003

German Science Foundation (DFG)

Lunar and Planetary Institute, Houston

Humboldt University, Berlin

Kenkmann et al. (2005)

Fourth International Conference on Large Meteorite Impacts

Geological Society of America

Gibson, R. L. and W. U. Reimold (2010)

GSA Special Paper 465

Conf. No. IV

Fifth International Conference on Large Meteorite Impacts

Geological Society of America

 

The First Arab Impact Cratering and Astrogeology Conference

Amman, Jordan

09-11 Nov. 2009

See Note 1.

Annual Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (LPSC)

Lunar and Planetary Science Institute, Houston, Texas, USA

Held in March

Annual event with sessions on catastrophic themes.  2013 conference program online at

http://www.lpi.usra.edu/meetings/lpsc2013/programAbstracts/view/lpsc2013_full_program.pdf

Near-Earth Objects: The United Nations Conference on Near-Earth Objects

New York, NY, USA

24-26 April 1995

United Nations

 

The Impact of Natural Catastrophes on Ancient Mediterranean Civilizations

Island of Rhodes, Greece

28-30 Oct 2005

 

International Conference  “100 years since Tunguska phenomenon: Past, present and future"

Moscow, Russia

26-28 June 2008

Proceedings exist.

SEPM Research Conference The Sedimentary Record of Meteorite Impacts

Springfield MO, USA

21-22 May 2005

Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM)

 

Field Forum

South Africa

04-09 July 2004

Geological Society of America

Geological Society of South Africa

 

Clovis in the Southeast

Columbia, SC, USA

Dr. Al Goodyear.  Prior to 2005.

2004 Planetary Defense Conference: Protecting Earth from Asteroids

23-26 Feb. 2004

www.planetarydefense.info/index.html

Photographs of speakers and one can download any of the 48 presentations.

2007 Planetary Defense Conference

Washington, DC, USA

05-08 March 2007

 

Cloyd Heck Marvin Center at George Washington University.

Note 6.

1st International Academy of Astronautics (IAA) Planetary Defense Conference: Defending Earth from Asteroids

Granada, Spain

27-30 April 2009

http://www.congrex.nl/09c04/

Evidence that the Earth has Suffered Catastrophes of Cosmic Origin in Historical Times

Cambridge UK

16-18 July 1993

SIS

First Society for Interdisciplinary Studies (SIS) Cambridge Conference

www.knowledge.co.uk/sis/

Natural Catastrophes During Bronze Age Civilisations: Archaeological, Geological, Astronomical and Cultural Perspectives

Cambridge UK

11-13 July 1997

SIS

www.knowledge.co.uk/sis/

Peiser, Benny J., Trevor Palmer, and Mark E. Bailey – Editors – (1998) Natural Catastrophes During Bronze Age Civilisations: Archaeological, Geological, Astronomical and Cultural Perspectives, Proceedings of the Second Society for Interdisciplinary Studies (SIS) Cambridge Conference, 11-13 July 1997, British Archaeological Reports (BAR) 728, Archaeopress, Oxford, ISBN 086054916X.

International Symposium on Hazardous Near Earth Asteroids

Valletta, Malta

12-16 October 2009

Russian Academy of Sciences

Note 6.

EPSC-DPS Joint Meeting 2011

 

Nantes, France

02-07 October 2011

 

http://meetingorganizer.copernicus.org/epsc-dps2011/meetingprogramme

European Planetary Science Congress (EPSC) and Division of Planetary Sciences (DPS) of the American Astronomical Society (AAS).

[1] http://onlinelibrary.wiley.com/doi/10.1111/j.1945-5100.2010.01016.x/pdf

[2] Agenda and Presentations: http://sci.esa.int/science-e/www/object/index.cfm?fobjectid=39029&fbodylongid=1869

[3] Conference Proceedings: http://sci.esa.int/science-e/www/object/index.cfm?fobjectid=39029&fbodylongid=1924

[4] Print Only: http://sci.esa.int/science-e/www/object/index.cfm?fobjectid=39029&fbodylongid=1873

[5] Poster Sessions: http://sci.esa.int/science-e/www/object/index.cfm?fobjectid=39029&fbodylongid=1870

[6] http://www.aero.org/conferences/planetarydefense/2007papers/WhitePaperFinal.pdf

[7] <nea2009.cosmos.ru/>, <iya2009malta.page.tl/International-Symposium-on-Near_Earth-Hazardous-Asteroids.htm>.

[8] Elements has a Calendar feature in each bi-monthly issue. ISSN 1811‑5209


 

5.0 Short Papers and Synopses

Table 3. Partial Listing of Short Papers in Chronology & Catastrophism Workshop (C&CW)

Author

Title

C&CW

Comments

Acheson, Mel

Whimsical Science

2010:2, p. 28

 

Gilligan, Gary

The Sahara Desert

2010:2, pp. 26-27

 

Hissink, Louis

The Electrical Origin of Kimberlite Pipes

2010:2, p. 26

 

Smith, Stephen

Earth Cycles

2010:2, pp. 27-28

Nice write-up.

Thornhill, Wal

Our Misunderstood Sun

2010:2, p. 25

www.holoscience.com

 


 

6.0 Bibliographies

Table 4 Partial listing of publications with extensive bibliographies related to celestial catastrophes.  See the Celestial Catastrophism Bibliography for details.

Citation/Title

Estimated

No. of

Citations

Comments

Allan & Delair (1997)

1,639

 

Bevan (1998)

350

 

Burns, Philip R. (1996) “Annotated Bibliography for Catastrophism: Overview”

150

Note 2

F. Claudin, K. Ernstson: Publications on meteorite impact topics. http://www.impact-structures.com/references/publications-f-claudin-k-ernstson/

100

2013

Firestone et al. (2006)

398

 

Hanslmeier, Arnold (2009A)

267

 

Huggett, Richard John (1997)

700

 

NASA - Asteroid and Comet Impact Hazard Bibliography (1992-2000) at http://www2.fiu.edu/~longoria/gly3034-sp/gly3034sp/AsteroidCometImpactHazards.pdf

TBD

Note 1.

Van Flandern (1998)

250+

Revised.

[1] http://impact.arc.nasa.gov/biblio.cfm

[2] http://www.pibburns.com/catasbib.htm

 


 

 

7.0 Relevant Periodicals

Table 5 Selected Journals that Potentially Deal with Celestial or Cosmic Catastrophism.

Journal Title

Acronym

ISSN

Notes

Acta Geophysics and Geodetica Hungarica

 

 

 

Aeon: A Journal of Myth, Science, and Ancient History

 

 

www.catastrophism.com

Archaeoastronomy: the journal of Astronomy in Culture

 

 

http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~tlaloc/archastro/

Archaeoastronomy & Ethnoastronomy Newsletter

 

 

http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~tlaloc/archastro/

Astrobiology

 

 

 

Astronomy & Astrophysics

A&A

See notes.

An International Weekly Journal

Print: 0004-6361

Electronic: 1432-0746

Astronomy & Geophysics

 

 

Astron. & Geophys. ?

Astrophysics and Space Science

 

 

 

Catastrophist Geology

 

 

www.catastrophism.com Note 2

Catastrophism and Ancient History: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Study

C&AH

0733-8058

www.catastrophism.com Note 1.

Chronology and Catastrophism Review: The Journal of The Society for Interdisciplinary Studies

C&CR

0953-0053

Society for Interdisciplinary Studies

www.sis-group.org.uk

Chronology & Catastrophism Workshop

C&CW

0951-5984

Society for Interdisciplinary Studies

www.sis-group.org.uk

Creation Research Society Quarterly

CRSQ

 

 

Earth, Moon, and Planets: An International Journal of Solar System Science.

 

P 0167-9295

O 1573-0794

 

Earth Planetary Science Letters

 

 

 

Earth-Science Reviews

 

0012-8252

 

Geochimica et Cosmochima Acta

 

 

 

Geophysical Research Letters

 

 

 

GSA Today

 

 

 

Horus

 

 

www.catastrophism.com

Icarus: International Journal of Solar Systems Studies

 

0019-1035

 

IEEE Transactions on Plasma Science

 

 

 

Impact Studies

 

1612-8338

Ten in the series as of 02 Nov 2010. Springer.

International Journal of Astrobiology

 

 

 

International Journal of Impact Engineering

 

 

 

Journal for the Study of the Old Testament

JOT

 

http://jot.sagepub.com

http://intl-jot.sagepub.com

Journal of Creation

 

 

http://creation.com/journal-of-creation-archive-index

Journal of Geophysical Research

JRG

0148–0227

 

Journal of Geophysical Research - Planets

JGR-P

 

 

Journal of Geomagnetism and Geoelectricity

 

0022-1392

 

Journal of Glaciology

 

 

 

Journal of Sedimentary Research

JSR

 

 

Kronos

 

 

Copies available at www.catastrophism.com

Marine Micropaleontology

 

 

 

Meteoritics and Planetary Science: Journal of the Meteoritics Society

MAPS

1086-9379

www.meteoriticalsociety.org

Online ISSN: 1945-5100

Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

MNRAS

0035-8711

Mon. Not. R. Astron. Soc.

National Geographic

NG

 

Monthly magazine. NGS

Nature

 

 

 

Nature Geoscience

 

 

 

New Scientist

 

 

 

Palaios

 

 

SEPM

Pensee - Immanuel Velikovsky Reconsidered

 

 

www.catastrophism.com

Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. [Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA]

PNAS

 

 

Reviews of Geophysics

 

 

 

Science

Sci.

 

 

Scientific American

 

 

 

Tectonophysics

 

 

Elsevier B.V.

The Holocene

 

0959-6836

Print ISSN: 0959-6836

Online ISSN: 1477-0911

The Velikovskian

 

 

www.catastrophism.com

[1] Catastrophism and Ancient History: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Study was a biannual journal that ran between 1978 - 1993 totaling 30 issues and three seminar Proceedings.  Marvin Arnold Luckerman was Executive Editor and David Talbott was associated with it.  http://www.velikovsky.info/Catastrophism_and_Ancient_History_Journal

[2] http://www.velikovsky.info/Catastrophist_Geology


 

8.0 Related Organizations

Table 6. Some organizations related to celestial catastrophism. Not comprehensive as of 17 Feb 2013.

Name

URL

Notes

Center for Archaeoastronomy, College Park, Maryland, USA

http://terpconnect.umd.edu/~tlaloc/archastro/

 

European Society for Astronomy in Culture (SEAC)

www.archeoastronomy.org

 

European Space Agency (ESA)

 

 

Geological Society of America (GSA)

 

 

German Science Foundation (DFG)

 

 

Lunar and Planetary Science Institute

 

 

National Academy of Sciences (NAS)

 

 

National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA)

 

 

Russian Academy of Sciences

 

 

Society for Interdisciplinary Studies (SIS)

www.knowledge.co.uk/sis/

 

Society for Sedimentary Geology (SEPM)

 

 

Thunderbolts Project

www.thunderbolts.info

 

 


 

9.0 Databases

The Earth Impact Database represents a compilation of information from around the world. Maintaining this site is both a formidable task and a formidable responsibility. Moreover, it is a task that is growing because over the last 25 years the impact process has been increasingly appreciated by the Earth Sciences community as an important planet-building and planet-modifying process. A consequence of this is the exponential growth in publications relating to impact. For this reason, we require the cooperation of the geological community in maintaining this site. We ask that specialists notify us of developments relating to impact processes on Earth.

 

Table 7 Computer Databases of Earth’s Impact Structures. [1]  Accessed on 30 Sep 2010.

Name

URL/Source/Discussion

Comments

SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System

http://www.adsabs.harvard.edu/

The SAO/NASA Astrophysics Data System (ADS) is a Digital Library portal for researchers in Astronomy and Physics, operated by the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO) under a NASA grant. The ADS maintains three bibliographic databases containing more than 9.4 million records: Astronomy and Astrophysics, Physics, and arXiv e-prints. The main body of data in the ADS consists of bibliographic records, which are searchable through highly customizable query forms, and full-text scans of much of the astronomical literature which can be browsed or searched via our full-text search interface. Integrated in its databases, the ADS provides access and pointers to a wealth of external resources, including electronic articles, data catalogs and archives. We currently have links to over 9.5 million records maintained by our collaborators.

24 March 2012

The Full Catalogue of the Earth’s Impact Structures

http://www.sscc.ru/impact/index1.html

Russian Academy of Sciences

Mathematical Department

Novosibirsk Scientific Centre

Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics SB RAS

1,017 records

Impact Database

http://impacts.rajmon.cz/

Dr. David Rajmon

Shell, Houston, TX, USA

896 records, Version 2010.1 (17 May 2010)

Earth Impact Database

http://www.passc.net/EarthImpactDatabase/index.html

The Planetary and Space Science Centre (PASSC)

University of New Brunswick

Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada

Last updated on

07 August 2010.

[1] http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Earth_Impact_Database


 

10.0 Blogs

Thunderbolts Forum (2012-06-25) “11,000 B.C. Extinction,” Thunderbolts Project, [Online:] http://www.thunderbolts.info/forum/phpBB3/viewtopic.php?f=4&t=994 [124 posts as of 25 June 2012.]

 

 

11.0 Abbreviations, Acronyms, and Symbols

For ease of movement within the acronyms and abbreviations, the first letter of the alphabetic entry with the ` character (the accent grave diacritic which shares the key with the tilde symbol (~) on the keyboard to the upper left of the Q key).  By using the Find function in MS Word with the ` as a prefix, for example `R will take you to the beginning of the acronyms beginning with “R.”

`#

2dF#1GRS      2 degree Field Galaxy Redshift Survey

2MASS           Two Micron All-Sky Survey [WISE]

`A

AAA               Aten, Apollo, Amor [Near-Earth Asteroid Classes]

AAAS             American Association for the Advancement of Science

AAS                American Astronomical Society

ABAA                        Antiquarian Booksellers Association of America

ABR                Associates for Biblical Research [www.BibleArchaeology.org]

ABS                American Bible Society

ACCLAIM     Antarctic Circumpolar Current Levels by Altimetry and Island Measurements

ACE                Advanced Composition Explorer [NASA spacecraft.]

ACG               Alternative Cosmology Group [http://cosmologystatement.org]

ACM               Asteroids, Comets, Meteors [Meeting sponsored by LPI and the Meteoritical Society.  Usually ACM nnnn where nnnn is the year.]

ACORN          Australian Climate Observations Reference Network

ACR                Anomalous Cosmic Rays

ACRIM           Active Cavity Radiometer Irradiance Monitor [missions]

A.D.                anno Domini or AD

ADAS             Asiago DLR Asteroid Survey

ADC               accretion disk corona

ADC               analog-to-digital-converter

ADEPT           Advanced Dark Energy Physics Telescope

adj.                  adjective

ADS                Astrophysics Data System (SAO/NASA) [http://adswww.harvard.edu/]

AFM               atomic force microscopy

AFTAU           American Friends of Tel Aviv University

AGI                 American Geological Institute

AGN               active galactic nucleus

AGU               American Geophysical Union

AGW              anthropogenic global warming

AHD               The American Heritage® Dictionary of the English Language, Fourth Edition copyright ©2000 by Houghton Mifflin Company. Updated in 2009.

AIA                 Atmospheric Imaging Assembly [Telescope on board the NASA Solar Dynamics Observatory.]

AICAC           Arab Impact Cratering and Astrogeology Conference [2009]

AICAC II       Second Arab Impact Cratering and Astrogeology Conference [2011 Morocco]

AIP                 American Institute of Physics

AIP                 Australian Institute of Physics

AJ                    Astronomical Journal

ALMA                        Atacama Large Millimeter/submillimeter Array

AM                  angular momentum

AMOC            Atlantic Meridional Overturning Circulation

AMS               accelerator mass spectrometer

ANCPOD       Ancient Destructions Picture of the Day

ANDRILL      ANtarctic geological DRILLing project

ANE                ancient Near East

ANGEO          Annales Geophysicae [Journal of the EGU]

ANSMET        Antarctic Search for Meteorites (United States)

ANU               Australian National University

AP                   Arcadia Planitia [location on Mars.]

APEX             Atacama Pathfinder Experiment [ESO 12-m telescope.]

ApJ                  Astrophysical Journal

APOD             Astronomy Picture of the Day [Online:] http://apod.nasa.gov/

APS                 Astrophysical and Planetary Sciences Department [Univ. Colorado Boulder]

AR                  active region [On the Sun.]

ARC                Astrophysical Research Consortium

ARJ                 Answers Research Journal [www.answersingenesis.org]

ARTEMIS      Acceleration, Reconnection, Turbulence and Electrodynamics of the Moon’s Interaction with the Sun [NASA mission]

ASI                 Advanced Study Institute (NATO)

ASI                 Australian Scientific Instruments

ASIAA           Academia Sinica Institute for Astronomy and Astrophysics

ASKAP           Australian Square Kilometer Array Pathfinder

asl                    above sea level

ASL                above sea level

ASOR             American Schools of Oriental Research

ASP                 Astronomical Society of the Pacific

ASPERA-4     Analyser of Space Plasmas and Energetic Atoms [Venus Express spacecraft.]

AST3-1           Antarctic Survey Telescopes

ASTER           Advanced Spaceborne Thermal Emission and Reflection Radiometer [Japan]

ASU                Arizona State University

ATA                Allen Telescope Array

ATLAS           Asteroid Terrestrial-Impact Alert System [University of Hawaii]

a.u.                  astronomical unit

AU                  astronomical unit

AURA                        Association of Universities for Research in Astronomy, Inc.

AVGR                        [NASA] Ames Vertical Gun Range

`B

BAR                Biblical Archaeology Review

BAR                British Archaeological Reports

B.A.R.             British Archaeological Reports

BB                   Big Bang [theory]

BBC                British Broadcasting Corporation

BC                   Before Christ

B.C.                 Before Christ

BCE                Before common era [replaces BC]

B.C.E.             Before common era [replaces B.C.]

BCS                Bloody Creek structure

BDA               Base Données Amas (BDA)

BGC                Berkeley Geochronology Center [Univ. of California]

BH                  Black Hole

BLM               U.S. Bureau of Land Management

BM                  black mat

BOM               Bureau of Meteorology [UK]

B&N               Barnes & Noble

BP                   years before the present

BSE                 back-scattered electron

BSB                Bible & Science Bibliography – William I. Thompson III

BWD               Blackwater Draw, [New Mexico]

`C

C                     Carbon

C                     degrees Centigrade or oC

oC                    degrees Centigrade

C&AH                        Catastrophism and Ancient History: A Journal of Interdisciplinary Study

C&C                Chronology & Catastrophism

C&CR             Chronology & Catastrophism Review [www.sis-group.org.uk]

C&CW            Chronology & Catastrophism Workshop [www.sis-group.org.uk]

CAARI           Cyprus American Archaeological Research Institute

CAB                Centre of Astrobiology

CAI                 calcium-aluminum-rich inclusions

cal                    calendar years [Radiocarbon dating.]

Caltech            California Institute of Technology

CAMP             Central Atlantic Magmatic Province

CAPS              Cassini’s Plasma Spectrometer [Cassini-Solstice spacecraft (2012)]

CARMA         Combined Array for Research in Millimeter-Wave Astronomy

CASA             Center for Astrophysics & Space Astronomy (University of Colorado at Boulder)

CBAT             Central Bureau for Astronomical Telegrams [http://www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu/index.html]

CC                   conventional chronology

CCCP              Caltech Core-Collapse Project

CCD                charge-coupled device

CCLDAS        Colorado Center for Lunar Dust and Atmospheric Studies [Univ. Colorado Boulder]

CCNet             Cambridge Conference Network

CDM               cold dark matter

CE                   Common Era or C.E.

CELD             Creation-Evolution Literature Database

CERES           Clouds and the Earth's Radiant Energy System Experiment [NASA Langley Research Center orbiting instruments]

CERN             European Organisation for Nuclear Research

CET                 Central European Time

CEV                Holy Bible: Contemporary English Version

CfA                 Harvard-Smithsonian Center for Astrophysics

CFBs               continental flood basalts

CFDL              current-free double layer [electrical plasma]

CFSA              Center for the Study of First Americans [www.centerfirstamericans.com]

CGRO             Compton Gamma Ray Observatory

CHAMPS       Charge and Mass Characteristics of Charged Meteoric Smoke Particles [Univ. Colorado Boulder]

CHB                cryohydrological basin

CHFT              Canada-France-Hawaii Telescope

CI                    Campanian Ignimbrite [Campi Flegrei eruption]

CICLOPS       Cassini Imaging Central Laboratory for Operations

CIPS               Center for Integrated Plasma Studies [Univ. Colorado Boulder]

CIRS               composite infrared spectrometer (Cassini spacecraft)

CIRT               Chiemgau Impact Research Team

CIT                  California Institute of Technology [a.k.a. Caltech]

CIV                 critical ionization velocity

CJES               Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences

CLASH           Cluster Lensing And Supernova Survey with Hubble

CLOE             Center of Lunar Origin and Evolution [NASA Lunar Science Institute]

CLOMON2    close-approach monitoring system

CLOs              comet-like objects

CLS                 Canadian Light Source [synchrotron]

CM                  carbonaceous chondrite [meteorite]

CMAC                        Center for Maritime Archaeology and Conservation [Texas A&M University]

CMB               Cosmic Microwave Background

CME               coronal mass ejection

CMI                Creation Ministries International [http://creation.com/]

CMS                Center for Meteorite Studies at Arizona State University

CNRS             French National Center for Scientific Research

Co                   Cobalt

CO2                 carbon dioxide

COBE             Cosmic Background Explorer [http://lambda.gsfc.nasa.gov/product/cobe/]

COCOA          Center of Curvature Optical Assembly

Coe                  coesite

COPOUS        Committee on the Peaceful Uses of Outer Space [UN]

CMBR                        cosmic microwave background radiation

COCORP        Consortium for Continental Reflection Profiling

COSPAR        Committee on Space Research

Cr                    Chromium

CRISM           Compact Reconnaissance Imaging Spectrometer for Mars

CRP                Current Research in the Pleistocene [Journal.  www.centerfirstamericans.com]

CRS                Creation Research Society

CRSQ             Creation Research Society Quarterly

CSA                Canadian Space Agency

CSIC               Spanish National Research Council

CSIRO            Commonwealth Scientific and Industrial Research Organisation [Australia's national science agency.]

CSp                 carbon spherules

CSS                 Catalina Sky Survey

CTBTO           Comprehensive Nuclear-Test-Ban Treaty Organization

CU                  University of Colorado Boulder

CUP                Cambridge University Press

CVD               carbon vapor deposition

CXC                Chandra X-ray Center at the Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory (SAO)

CYBP             carbon-14 years before the present

GYGNSS        Cyclone Global Navigation Satellite System

`D

DAM               decametric radio emission from Jupiter [up to 40 MHz]

DAN               Dynamic Albedo of Neutrons [Mars Science Laboratory]

DDO               David Dunlap Observatory [Royal Astronomical Society of Canada]

DEC                declination

DEF                differential energy flux [Electrons]

DEM               Digital Elevation Model

DFG                German Science Foundation

D/H                 deuterium to hydrogen ratio

DIM                decimetric radiation from Jupiter

DIXI               Deep Impact Extended Investigation

DL                   double layer [plasma]

DLs                 double layers - separate cells of plasma in space

DLE                double layer ejecta

DLR                German Aerospace Center [English Translation]

dn                    digitization numbers

DNR               Department of Natural Resources

DoA                Department of Antiquities [Hashemite Kingdom of Jordan]

DOC               U.S. Department of Commerce

DOE                U.S. Department of Energy

DOGs              dust-obscured galaxies

DOI                 Digital Object Identifier

DOMs             digital optical modules

DPF                 dense plasma focus

DPR                Dual-frequency Precipitation Radar [JAXA & NICT]

DPS                 Division of Planetary Sciences [of the American Astronomical Society]

DRAGN         Double Radiosource Associated with Galactic Nucleus [Leahy, 1993]

DREAM         Dynamic Response of the Environment at the Moon [NASA Lunar Science Institute’s team

DSDP              Deep Sea Drilling Project

DSP                 Defense Support Program

DSRI               Danish Space Research Institute

DTA                differential thermal analysis

DTM               Digital Terrain Models

DTU                Technical University of Denmark

`E

EASI               Earth and Space Index [AGU]

EB                   Early Bronze

EBA                Early Bronze Age

EBSD              electron backscatter diffraction

ECT                 External Collapse Theory

EDEIS                        Expert Database on the Earth Impact Structures

EDM               electrical discharge machining

EDS                Energy Dispersive X-ray Spectroscopy

EDXS             energy dispersive x-ray spectroscopy

EELR              extended emission-line region

E-ELT             European Extremely Large Telescope

EFTEM           Energy-filtered TEM [transmission electron microscopy]

EFW                Electric Field and Waves Suite [NASA spacecraft RBSP]

EGU                European Geosciences Union

EG2EU           Essential Guide to the Electric Universe [www.thunderbolts.info]

EHV                extra high-voltage [power grid]

EID                 Earth Impact Database [University of New Brunswick, Canada]

EIH                 Extraterrestrial Impact Hypothesis

EIS                  Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Spectrometer [Hinode]

eISSN             Electronic International Standard Serial Number

EIT                  Extreme ultraviolet Imaging Telescope [on SOHO]

EiU                  Earth in Upheaval - Velikovsky

EKB                Edgeworth–Kuiper Belt

ELS                 Electron Spectrometer

EM                  electromagnetic

EMF                electromotive force

EMFIS            Electric and Magnetic Field Instrument Suite and Integrated Science [University of Iowa]

EMP                electron microprobe

ENA                energetic neutral [hydrogen] atoms

ENCODE       Encyclopedia of DNA Elements [Project]

ENSO             El Niño-Southern Oscillation

EO                   Eocene-Oligocene

EOCO             Earth orbit crossing objects

eph                  Exploded Planet Hypothesis [probably should be EPH – Van Flandern]

EPOCh            Extrasolar Planet Observations and Characterization

EPOES            Education and Public Outreach for Earth and Space Sciences [NASA]

EPOXI            A combination of the names for the two extended mission components: the extrasolar planet observations, called Extrasolar Planet Observations and Characterization (EPOCh), and the flyby of comet Hartley 2, called the Deep Impact Extended Investigation (DIXI).

EPPNB           Early Pre-pottery Neolithic B [9,500–9,300 years BP]

EPSC              European Planetary Science Conference

EPSL               Earth and Planetary Science Letters

ERBS              Earth Radiation Budget Satellite (NASA mission)

ESA                European Space Agency

ESAC              ESA’s European Space Astronomy Centre in Villanueva de la Cañada near Madrid, Spain

ESDIS             NASA Earth Science Data and Information System (Project)

ESEM             Environmental Scanning Electron Microscopy

ESLAB           European Space Research Laboratory

ESO                European Southern Observatory

ESTEC            European Space Research and Technology Centre

ESV©              The Holy Bible English Standard Version

ET                   Eastern Time

ET                   extraterrestrial

ETCSL            Electronic Text Corpus of Sumerian Literature

ETS                 Evangelical Theological Society

EU                   Electric Universe

EUNEASO     European NEA Search Observatories

EUV                extreme ultraviolet

eV                   electron volt(s)

EVE                EUV Variability Experiment [Solar Dynamics Observatory [NASA]]

exa                   prefix for 1018 [Example exa-amp]

`F

FAE                field-aligned electron [energy flux]

Fe                    iron

FEG                Field Emission Gun

FESEM           Field Emission Scanning Electron Microscopy

FF                    Frasnian-Famennian [mass extinction ~380 and 364 Ma]]

FGST              Fermi Gamma-Ray Space Telescope

FLIERs           fast low-ionization emission regions

FOV                field-of-view

FP7                  European Union's Seventh Framework Programme

FSF                 Free Software Foundation

FTE                 flux transfer event

FUV                far ultraviolet

`G

g                      gram [a unit of mass]

G                     giga or 109 or a billion – a prefix of a unit of measure.

Ga                   billion(s) (109) of years ago

GALEX          Galaxy Evolution Explorer [NASA Spacecraft]

GB                  graphitized bones

GBM               GLAST Burst Monitor

GCA               Geochimica et Cosmochimica Acta

GCM               general circulation model [simulation]

GCR                Galactic cosmic rays [A high-energy mix of protons, electrons, and atomic nuclei.]

GEODSS        Ground-based Electro-Optical Deep Space Surveillance (MIT LL)

 

GES DISC      NASA Goddard Earth Sciences Data and Information Services Center

GEUS             Geological Survey of Denmark and Greenland

GeV                gigaelectronvolts (1012 eV)

GFDL             GNU Free Documentation License (GNU FDL or simply GFDL

GIC                 geomagnetically induced currents

GIF                 Gatan imaging filter

GISP               Greenland Ice Sheet Project

GLAST           Gamma-Ray Large Area Space Telescope (Renamed the FGST)

GLE                ground level enhancement [solar particles arriving at Earth]

GLOBE          Global Land One-kilometer Base Elevation [Digital Elevation Model]

GNU               GNU's Not Unix!

GOE                Great Oxidation Event [Earth’s geology.]

GPa                 gigapascal or 109 pascals or a billion pascals – a unit of pressure.

GPR                ground penetrating radar

GRACE          NASA/German Aerospace Center Gravity Recovery and Climate Experiment

GRAIL           Gravity Recovery And Interior Laboratory [NASA satellites.]

GRB                Gamma-ray Bursts or Gamma Ray Bursters

GRIP               Genesis and Rapid Intensification Processes [NASA Project]

GRIP               Greenland Ice Core Project (European drill site.)

GRL                Geophysical Research Letters

GRS                Galaxy Redshift Survey

GSA                Geological Society of America

GSC                Geological Survey of Canada

GSN                Global Seismographic Network

GSW               GeoScienceWorld [www.geoscienceworld.org]

Gt                    gigatons = 1012 kg

GVM               Global Volcano Model

GWPF             The Global Warming Policy Foundation [http://thegwpf.org/]

`H

H                     hydrogen [An element.]

H-0                  Heinrich event

H-1                  Heinrich event

HAADF          high-angle annular dark field [detector]

HAMO            High Altitude Mapping Orbit [NASA Dawn spacecraft.]

HARPS-N       High Accuracy Radial velocity Planet Searcher-North

HAWC            High-resolution Airborne Wideband Camera

Hbk                 hard bound or hard back bound.

HCS                heliospheric current sheet

HEAO 3          High Energy Astronomical Observatory (satellite. No. 3)

HED                Meteorites made up of howardite, eucrite, and diogenite [HED meteorites]

HEND             high-energy neutron detector [NASA Mars Odyssey orbiter.]

HET                Hobby-Eberly Telescope [University of Texas]

HF                   hydrofluoric acid

HI                    neutral hydrogen

Hi-C                High Resolution Coronal Imager [NASA]

HIFI                Heterodyne Instrument for the Far-Infrared [spectroscope on the ESA Herschel Space Observatory

HINARI         Health InterNetwork Access to Research Imitative [www.who.int/hinari/eligibility/en]

HiRISE           High Resolution Imaging Science Experiment [Camera on NASA's Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter]

HIWG             Holocene Impact Working Group [http://tsun.sscc.ru/hiwg/hiwg.htm]

HKU               The University of Hong Kong

HMI                Helioseismic and Magnetic Imager [Solar Dynamics Observatory (NASA)]

HP3                 Heat Flow and Physical Properties Package [On NASA Spacecraft InSight]

HPC                high-performance computational [methods]

HQ                  high quality

HR                  Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram or H-R

H-R                 Hertzsprung-Russell Diagram

HRSC             High-Resolution Stereo Camera [ESA Mars Express spacecraft.]

HRTEM          high-resolution transmission electron microscope

HSEs               highly siderophile elements [As it did so, iron loving elements (siderophiles - such as platinum, gold rhenium, osmium, iridium, etc.)]

HSO                Herschel Space Observatory

HST                 Hubble Space Telescope

HTML             High‑Temperature Materials Laboratory [Oak Ridge National Laboratory]

HUDF             Hubble Ultra Deep Field

Hz                   hertz [the SI unit of frequency defined as the number of cycles per second of a periodic phenomenon.]

`I

IAGA              International Association of Geomagnetism and Aeronomy

IAHS              International Association of Hydrological Sciences

IAU                 International Astronomical Union

IAUCs            International Astronomical Union Circulars [http://www.cbat.eps.harvard.edu/services/IAUC.html]

IAUS              International Astronomical Union Symposium

IBEX              Interstellar Boundary Explorer [A NASA spacecraft.]

ICDP               International Continental Drilling Program

ICE                 International Comet Explorer [spacecraft]

ICM&MG       Institute of Computational Mathematics and Mathematical Geophysics

ICOPS                        International Conference on Plasma Science (IEEE)

ICP-MS           Inductively coupled plasma mass spectrometry (analysis)

ICP-OES         inductively-coupled plasma - optical emission spectrometry

ICRAR           International Centre for Radio Astronomy Research [Curtin University]

ICS                  iridium coincidence spectrometry

ICSIH             International Commission for Snow and Ice Hydrology

ICSU               International Council for Science

IDPs                interplanetary dust particles

IEEE               Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers, Inc.

IEO                 Interior to Earth Orbit

IESSG             Institute of Engineering Surveying and Space Geodesy [The University of Nottingham]

IFSG               Impact Field Studies Group

IFT                  Io Flux Tube

IGCP               International Geological Correlation Programme

IGRF               International Geomagnetic Reference Field

IGU                 International Geographic Union

IIRMES          Institute for Integrated Research in Materials, Environments, and Society

IMEWS           Infrared Missile Early Warning Satellite

IMF                 initial mass function [Galaxies]

IMF                 interplanetary magnetic field

INAA              Instrumental Neutron Activation Analysis

INCA              Ion and Neutral Camera (Cassini spacecraft)

INCITE           Innovative and Novel Computational Impact on Theory and Experiment [ORNL program]

INFIS              Institute for Interdisciplinary Science [

ING                 Istituto Nazionale di Geofisica

INQUA           International Union for Quaternary Research [www.inqua.tcd.ie]

InSight            Interior Exploration using Seismic Investigations, Geodesy and Heat Transport [Multinational mission to Mars]

INTEGRAL    International Gamma-Ray Astrophysics Laboratory [ESA]

Io-DAM          modulation of Jupiter's DAM by Io

IOP                 IOP Publishing

IP                    Impact Probability

IPCC               Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change

IPY                 International Polar Year [2007-2008]

Ir                     iridium

IR                    infrared

IRAC              Infrared Array Camera [NASA's Spitzer Space Telescope]

IRAS               Infrared Astronomical Satellite [flew in 1983]

IRIS                Incorporated Research Institutions for Seismology

IRIS                Interface Region Imaging Spectrograph [NASA spacecraft due to launch no earlier than December 2012]

IRDs               ice-rafted detritus or ice-rafted debris

IRF                  Swedish Institute of Space Physics

IRM                isothermal remanent magnetization

IRO                 Iowa Robotic Observatory

IRTF               NASA’s Infrared Telescope Facility on Mauna Kea in Hawaii

ISAAC            International Society for Archaeoastronomy and Astronomy in Culture

ISES                International Space Environment Service [www.ises-spaceweather.org]

ISI                   Institute for Scientific Information

ISIS                 Institute for Interdisciplinary Science

ISM                 Interstellar Medium

ISSI                 International Space Science Institute

ISS                  International Space Station

ISSN               International Standard Serial Number

ITASN                        ITASN, ITAlian Superbolide Network

ITCZ               Inter Tropical Convergence Zone

ITEG               Independent Tunguska Exploration Group

ITO                 Interior to Earth Orbit

IUGG              International Union of Geodesy and Geophysics

IUGS              International Union for Geological Sciences

IUPsyS            International Union of Psychological Science

IXO                 intermediate luminosity X-ray [sources]

IYA2009         International Year of Astronomy 2009

`J

J                       Jurassic [A geologic period and system that extends from about 199.6± 0.6 Mya (million years ago) to 145.5± 4 Mya

JAXA              Japan Aerospace Exploration Agency

JCMT              James Clerk Maxwell Telescope (on Mauna Kea in Hawaii)

JETS                Journal of the Evangelical Theological Society

JEV                 Jupiter-Earth-Venus

JFC                  Jupiter-family comets

JHUAPL         Johns Hopkins Applied Physics Laboratory

JOC                 Journal of Cosmology

JOC                 Journal of Creation

JOT                 Journal for the Study of the Old Testament [http://jot.sagepub.com]

JPL                  Jet Propulsion Laboratory [CIT]

JSGA              Japanese Spaceguard Association

JUICE             Jupiter Icy Moons Explorer [ESA to launch in 2022]

JWST              James Webb Space Telescope

`K

k                      1,000 [Metric prefix]

K                     kelvins [a measurement of temperature in degrees]

ka                    kiloannum, or 1,000 calendar years

KamLAND     Kamioka Liquid-scintillator Anti-Neutrino Detector [http://kamland.lbl.gov]

KBO               Kuiper Belt Objects [sometimes referred to as Edgeworth–Kuiper Belt Objects]

KEI                 Kinetic Energy Impactor

kg                    kilogram [103 grams]

KIPAC            Kavli Institute for Particle Astrophysics and Cosmology

KJV                 Holy Bible: King James Version

km                   kilometer(s)

KMOS                        K-Band Multi Object Spectrometer

K-P                  Cretaceous-Paleogene [~ 65 Ma]

kpc                  kiloparsec  [A distance of one thousand parsecs (approximately 3262 light years (ly)

kph                  kilometers per hour

K-Pg                Cretaceous-Paleogene [mass extinction ~65 Ma]

kR                   kilorayleighs [1 kR . 109 photons cm-2 s-1 into 4π steradians]

KREEP           The elements potassium (chemical symbol K), rare-earth elements, and phosphorus (P), from which the acronym KREEP is derived.

K-T                  Cretaceous-Tertiary [mass extinction ~65 Ma, historic now called the K-Pg or Cretaceous-Paleogene]

ky                    thousand(s) of years

Kyr                  thousand(s) of years

`L

LAB-1             Lyman-Alpha Blob 1

LADEE           Lunar Atmosphere and Dust Environment Explorer [NASA]

LA-ICP-MS    Laser Ablation Inductively Coupled Plasma Mass Spectrometry

LaMEVE        Large Magnitude Explosive Eruptions [Open access database.]

LANL             Los Alamos National Laboratory

LASCO           Large Angle and Spectrometric Coronagraph [An instrument on SOHO.]

LASP              Laboratory for Atmospheric and Space Physics [University of Colorado at Boulder]

LAT                Large Area Telescope (FGST from Fermi)

LB                   Late Bronze [age]

LBA                Late Bronze Age

LC                   Library of Congress

LCE                Lyapunov Characteristic Exponents

LCM               light-carrying medium

LCOGT           Las Cumbres Observatory Global Telescope [Network]

LCROSS         Lunar Crater Observation and Sensing Satellite

LD                   The average distance from Earth to the Moon is 384,403 km (238,857 miles).]

LDCM                        Landsat Data Continuity Mission (NASA)

LDEF              Long Duration Exposure Facility

LDEO             Lamont-Doherty Earth Observatory [Columbia University]

LDRD             Laboratory-Directed Research and Development [Sandia National Laboratories]

LGM               Last Glacial Maximum

LHB                Late Heavy Bombardment [of the Moon]

LHC                Large Hadron Collider [CERN]

LIA                 Little Ice Age

LIDAR           Light Detection and Ranging

LINEAR         Lincoln Near-Earth Asteroid Research [www.ll.mit.edu/linear/]

LIS                  Laurentide Ice Sheet

LL                   Lincoln Laboratory [MIT]

LMSAL          Lockheed Martin Solar and Astrophysics Laboratory

LNP                Lecture Notes in Physics (Springer)

LOF                lines of force

LOFAR           Low Frequency Array [Centred in the Netherlands.]

LONEOS        Lowell Observatory Near-Earth Object Survey

LPI                  Lunar and Planetary Institute

LPL                 Lunar and Planetary Laboratory, The University of Arizona

LPSC              Lunar and Planetary Science Conference [Annual event.]

LRIS               Low Resolution Imaging Spectrograph

LRO                Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter

LROC             Lunar Reconnaissance Orbiter Camera [www.lroc.asu.edu]

LSSS               La Sagra Sky Survey

LSST               Large Synoptic Survey Telescope

ly                     light years [is a unit of length, equal to just under 10 trillion kilometres.]

LYDB             Lower Younger Dryas Boundary

`M

m                     meter(s) [A metric unit of length.]

m2                    square meters [A unit of area.]

mm                  millimeter(s) [A metric unit of length.]

M                     mega, x106 or millions [A metric prefix.]

Ma                   millions of years before the present

MACHOs       Massive Compact Halo Objects

MAF               Mainwaring Archive Foundation

MAG               magnetometer

MAG               magnitude

MAMA           multi-anode microchannel array

MAPS             Meteoritics and Planetary Science: Journal of the Meteoritics Society

MAVEN         Mars Atmosphere and Volatile Evolution [NASA mission]

MB                  Middle Bronze [age]

MBA               main belt asteroids

MBA               Middle Bronze Age

MBC               main-belt comets

MBDB                        Meteoritical Bulletin Database

MEMIN          Multidisciplinary Experimental and Modeling Impact Crater Research Network

MEO               Meteoroid Environment Office [NASA - http://fireballs.ndc.nasa.gov/]

MER               Mars Exploration Rover [NASA robots.  There were 2 of them.]

MERRA          Modern Era Retrospective Analysis for Research and Applications (database)

MESSENGER  Mercury Surface, Space Environment, Geochemistry, and Ranging [NASA spacecraft]

MetBull           Meteoritical Bulletin

MetSoc            The Meteoritic Society

MEW              Mars-Earth Wars

MG                  Middle Ghor

MHz                megahertz [106 Hertz]

MHD               magnetohydrodynamic or magnetohydrodynamics or magneto-hydrodynamics

MI                   matter ingredients

MIMI              magnetospheric imaging instrument (Cassini spacecraft)

MIRI               Mid-Infrared Instrument [JWST]

MIT                 Massachusetts Institute of Technology

MIT LL           Massachusetts Institute of Technology Lincoln Laboratory

MLE                multiple layer ejecta

MMB              Matuyama-Brunhes boundary

MMS               Magnetospheric Multiscale (MMS) mission [NASA, 2014]

MNACG         Monthly Notes of the Alternative Cosmology Group

MNIe              minimum number of individuals for each skeletal element

MNRAS          Monthly Notices of the Royal Astronomical Society

MOC               Mars Orbiter Camera

MODIS           Moderate Resolution Imaging Spectroradiometer (MODIS) [NASA]

Moho               Mohorovicic Discontinuity

MOID             minimum orbit intersection distance

MOND            Modified Newtonian Dynamics

MOSD                        Marinoan Oxygen-17 Depletion

MOSFIRE      Multi-Object Spectrometer for Infra-Red Exploration [W. M. Keck Observatory]

MPa                 megapascals (1 MPa = N/mm2) – a unit of pressure.

MPA               microprobe analysis

Mpc                 mega parsec

MPC                Minor Planet Center [http://minorplanetcenter.net/]

MPE                Max Planck Institute for Extraterrestrial Physics (Germany)

MPEC             Minor Planet Electronic Circular

MPO               Minor Planet Circulars Orbit Supplement

MPS                Minor Planet Circulars Supplement

MRI                Magneto-Rotational Instability

MRO               Mars Reconnaissance Orbiter [NASA]

MRO               Murchison Radioastronomy Observatory (MRO), in remote Western Australia [CSIRO]

MRT                magneto-Rayleigh-Taylor [instabilities]

MS                  magnetic susceptibility

MSA               Mineralogical Society of America

MSL                Mars Science Laboratory

MSp                magnetic spherules

MSPs               meteoric smoke particles

MSSL              Mullard Space Science Laboratory (UCL)

MSU               Michigan State University

MT                  megatons

MUD               multiuser domains

MWA              Murchison Widefield Array [radio telescope - CSIRO]

MWP1a           Meltwater pulse 1a [14,600 years ago]

Mya                 millions of years ago

Myr                 millions of years before the present [Ma preferred]

`N

n                      nano [prefix meaning a billionth or 10-9]

nm                   nanometer [10-9 m]

NAA               Neutron Activation Analysis

NADW           North Atlantic Deep Water

NAO               North Atlantic Oscillation

NAOJ              National Astronomical Observatory of Japan

NASA             National Aeronautics and Space Administration [United States]

Nat                  Nature [journal]

NATO             North Atlantic Treaty Organization

NCAR             National Center for Atmospheric Research [Boulder Colorado]

NCAS             North Carolina Academy of Science

NCDC             National Climatic Data Center (NOAA)

NCGT             New Concepts in Global Tectonics

N-D                 Neo-Darwinism

ND                  nanodiamond

NDs                 nanodiamonds

NEA                Near-Earth Asteroid(s)

NEAF             Near Eastern Archaeology Foundation

NEAT             Near-Earth Asteroid Tracking [Telescope]

NEAT             Near-Earth Asteroid Trailblazer [spacecraft]

NEB                New English Bible

NEEM             North EEMian [ice core in Greenland]

NEO                Near-Earth Object(s)

NEOCP           NEO Confirmation Page [http://minorplanetcenter.org/iau/NEO/ToConfirm.html]

NEODyS        Near-Earth Objects Dynamic Site [Chesley and Milani (1999)]

NEOSSat        NEO [Near-Earth Object] Surveillance Satellite [CSA]

NEOWISE      Near-Earth Object Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer [An enhancement of the WISE, mission that launched in December 2009.]

NExT              New Exploration of Tempel [spacecraft] Stardust NExT

NGC               National Geographic Channel

NGC               New General Catalogue [Astronomy]

NGDC                        National Geophysical Data Center [www.ngdc.noaa.gov]

NGI                 Nottingham Geospatial Institute

NGRIP            North Greenland Icecore Project [www.glaciology.gfy.ku.dk/ngrip/]

NGS                National Geographic Society

NHM               Natural History Museum [London]

Ni                    nickel

NICT               National Institute of Information and Communications Technology [Japan]

NIR                 Near Infrared [Near-IR]

NISP               number of identified specimens

NIV                 New International Bible

NIV84             Holy Bible: New International Version Copyright 1984.

NIV11             Holy Bible: New International Version Copyright 2011.

NIVAC           New International Version Application Commentary [Zondervan]

NKJV              Holy Bible: New King James Version

NLCs              noctilucent clouds

NLSI               NASA Lunar Science Institute [Moffett Field, CA]

NMR               nuclear magnetic resonance

NOAA                        National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration [US DOC]

NOAO                        National Optical Astronomy Observatory

NomCom        Nomenclature Committee (MetSoc)

NOx                Nitrogen oxides

NPA                Natural Philosophy Alliance

NPD                north polar deposit [planet Mars]

NRA               NASA Research Announcement

NRAO                        National Radio Astronomy Observatory

NRC                National Research Council

NRES              Network of Robotic Echelle Spectrograph

NRL                Naval Research Laboratory [US]

NRM               Natural Remnant Magnetization

NSERC           Natural Science and Engineering Research Council [Canada]

NSF                 National Science Foundation

NSI                 National Space Institute [Denmark]

NSIDC            U.S. National Snow and Ice Data Center

NSO                National Solar Observatory

NST                 New Solar Telescope [Big Bear Solar Observatory in Big Bear City, CA, USA]

NT                   New Testament [Holy Bible]

NuSTAR         Nuclear Spectroscopic Telescope Array [NASA spacecraft]

NWA              Northwest Africa

`O

O                     oxygen [An element.]

OCC                Operations Control Center [Chandra]

OCO-2                        Orbiting Carbon Observatory-2 [NASA spacecraft.]

ODI                 One Degree Imager [WIYN 3.5-meter telescope on Kitt Peak National Observatory]

ODP                Ocean Drilling Project

OECD             Organisation for Economic Co-operation and Development

OIR                 Optical/Infrared

OPAG             Outer Planets Assessment Group

ORNL             Oak Ridge National Laboratory

Os                    Osmium

OSIRIS-Rex   Origins Spectral Interpretation Resource Identification Security Regolith Explorer [mission, NASA to launch in 2016]

OSL                optically stimulated luminescence

OT                   Old Testament [Holy Bible]

`P

P/x                   Periodic Comet x

PACS              Palomar Asteroid and Comet Survey

PAH(S)           polycyclic aromatic hydrocarbon(s) [molecules]

PaleoDB          Paleobiology Database

PAMELA       [European satellite] Payload for Antimatter Matter Exploration and Light-nuclei Astrophysics

PARCA          Program for Arctic Regional Climate Assessment

PASSC            Planetary and Space Science Centre [University of New Brunswick, Canada]

PBS                 Public Broadcasting System

PCAS              Planetary Crossing Asteroid Survey

PCR                polymerase chain reaction

PDC                Planetary Defense Conference

PDF                 Portable Data File

PDFs               planar deformation features

PEA                Program Element Appendix [NASA]

PEARL           Polar Environment Atmospheric Research Laboratory [Ellesmere Island]

PEFT               Previously Energized Flux Tube

PETM              Paleocene-Eocene Thermal Maximum [National Geographic, Oct 2011, p. 90-ff]

PF                    planar fractures [Geology]

PGAA             Prompt Gamma-ray Activation Analysis

PGEs               platinum group elements [such as iridium, platinum, palladium and osmium]

PGG                Planetary Geology and Geophysics (NASA program)

PGT                 Princeton Gamma Tech

PHA                Potentially Hazardous Asteroid

PHC                Potentially Hazardous Comet

PHO                Potentially hazardous objects

PI                    Principal Investigator

pi                     3.14…

PIC                  particle-in-cell [computer simulation]

PIC                  polygonal impact craters [Aittola et al. (2007).]

pixels               picture elements

PKT                 Procellarum KREEP Terrane [Lunar]

PLS                 Plasma Science Experiment (NASA Voyager spacecraft)

pmc                 percent modern carbon

PMs                 planar microstructure

PNAS              Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences of the United States of America. [Proc. Nat. Acad. Sci. USA]

POD                Picture of the Day [Thunderbolts Project]

ppb                  parts per billion

ppm                 parts per million

PPNA              Pre-pottery Neolithic A

PRL                 Physical Research Laboratory [India]

PRL                 Physical Review Letters

proplyds          PROto-PLanetarY Disk

PS                    Palermo Scale

PSRD              Planetary Science Research Discoveries [www.psrd.hawaii.edu]

P-T                  Permian-Triassic [mass extinction ~251 Ma]

PTF                 Palomar Transient Factory

P-Tr                 Permian-Triassic [mass extinction ~251 Ma]

PUP                 Princeton University Press

`Q

QJRAS            Quarterly Journal of the Royal Astronomical Society

QSO                Quasi-Stellar Object or Quasar

Qz                   quartz [A mineral.]

`R

RA                  right ascension

RAIDS            Remote Atmospheric and Ionospheric Detection System [experiment]

RAL                Rutherford Appleton Laboratory

RAS                Russian Academy of Sciences

RATS              Desert RATS – Desert Research and Technology Studies (NASA)

RBSP              Radiation Belt Storm Probes [NASA mission.  Radiation Belt]

RCP                right-hand circularly polarized

RCYBP           Radio Carbon Years Before the Present [http://archaeology.about.com/od/dating/qt/rcypb.htm]

Common Abbreviations for RCYBP: C14 ka BP, 14C ka BP, 14C ka BP, radiocarbon years, c14 years before the present, rcbp, carbon-14 years before the present, CYBP

Re                    Rhenium

REE                Rare Earth Elements

REPT              Relativistic Electron Proton Telescope [On NASA RBSP spacecraft, renamed the Van Allen Probes mission.]

RHESSI          Ramaty High Energy Solar Spectroscopic Imager [satellite]

RMCC                        Royal Military College of Canada

RNM               radiochemical neutron activation analysis

RPIF               Regional and Planetary Image Facility

RS                   Raman spectroscopy

RSSD              Research and Scientific Support Department [European Space Agency – ESA]

RTI                  Reflectance Transformation Imaging

RWC               Regional Warning Centres [Solar]

rybp                 radiocarbon years before the present

RYBP             radiocarbon years before the present

`S

S                      chemical element sulfur

SADPs                        selected area electron diffraction patterns

SAGE             SAIC’s Adaptive Grid Eulerian

SAIC               Science Applications International Corporation

SALMON-n    Stand Alone Missions of Opportunity Notice Number n [NASA]

SALT              Southern African Large Telescope

SAMPEX        Solar, Anomalous and Magnetospheric Particle Explorer

SAO                Smithsonian Astrophysical Observatory

SAR                stable auroral red [arcs]

SAS                 Solar Aspect System [RHESSI’s]

SC                   shatter cone

SCOR            

SDOs              scattered disk objects

SDO                Solar Dynamics Observatory [NASA]

SDSS              Sloan Digital Sky Survey (map)

SEAC              (Sociétè Europèene pour l´Astronomie en Culture) or European Society for Astronomy in Culture)

SEAS              School of Engineering and Applied Sciences [Harvard University]

SECCHI         Sun-Earth Connection Coronal and Heliospheric Investigation suite onboard NASA's twin Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory (STEREO)

SEIS                Suspected Earth Impact Sites (http://impacts.rajmon.cz/)

SELENE         Selenological and Engineering Explorer (JAXA moon orbiting spacecraft also known as Kaguya,)

SEM                scanning electron microscopy

SEP                 solar energetic particle

SEPM              Society for Sedimentary Geology

SETI                Search for Extraterrestrial Intelligence

SEU                single-event upset

SFB                 Science & Faith Bibliography

SFDs               size-frequency distributions

SFI                  Santa Fe Institute

SFOV              south field-of-view

SGR                Soft Gamma Repeaters [Astronomy]

SHRIMP         sensitive high resolution ion microprobe [ASI Version IIe]

Si                     silicon [A nonmetallic element.]

SI                    International System of Units

SIDC               Solar Influences Data Analysis Center [http://www.sidc.be/]

SIM                 solar irradiance monitor [NASA SORCE satellite]

SIM                 solar inertial motion

SiO2                 silicon dioxide

SIS                  Society for Interdisciplinary Studies

SIU                 Southern Illinois University

SJ                    Society of Jesus [Jesuits] sometimes S.J.

SKA                Square Kilometre Array

SKR                Saturn kilometric radiation

S-L 9               Comet Shoemaker-Levy 9

SLAC              Stanford Linear Accelerator Center

SLO’s              siliceous scoria-like objects

SMA               Submillimeter Array

SMBH             Super Massive Black Hole

SMD               Science Mission Directorate [NASA]

SMEI              Solar Mass Ejection Imager [USAF]

SMILES          Superconducting Submillimeter-Wave Limb-Emission Sounder

SMOW            standard mean ocean water

SOAR             Southern Astrophysical Research [telescope]

SOFIA                        Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy [NASA]

SN                   supernova

SNC                SNC-meteorites take their name from Shergotty, Nakhla and Chassigny

SNO                Sudbury Neutrino Observatory

SOFIA                        Stratospheric Observatory for Infrared Astronomy [airborne observatory]

SOHO             Solar and Heliospheric Observatory [A spacecraft.]

SOLTICE       Solar Stellar Irradiance Comparison Experiment

STICESPCZ   South Pacific Convergence Zone

SPD                 Solar Physics Division [American Astronomical Society]

SPD                 south polar deposit [on the planet Mars]

SPE                 solar proton event

SPECT            Single Photon Emission Computed Tomography

SRL                 Seismological Research Letters

SRM                shock-remnant magnetization

SRTM             Shuttle Radar Topography Mission

SSA                 Space Situational Awareness Office [European Space Agency]

SSB                 Solar System Barycentre

SSB                 Solar System Bibliography

SSC                 University of New Hampshire's Space Science Center

SSD                 Space Science Division [Naval Research Laboratory]

SSI                  solar spectral irradiance

SSN                 Sunspot Number

SSSB               Small Solar System Bodies

SSSI                Space Sciences Series of ISSI [International Space Science Institute]

Stardust-NExT            Stardust-New Exploration of Tempel, [spacecraft]

STEM              scanning transmission electron microscope

STEREO         Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory [NASA]

STEREO-A     Solar Terrestrial Relations Observatory-Ahead [NASA]

STFC               Science and Technology Facilities Council (United Kingdom)

STIS                Space Telescope Imaging Spectrograph [Hubble Space Telescope]

STP                 Solar Terrestrial Probes [NASA program]

STScI              Space Telescope Science Institute

Stv                   stishovite

SUERC           Scottish Universities Environmental Research Centre [in East Kilbride]

Sv                    Ocean currents are measured in Sverdrup (Sv), where 1 Sv is equivalent to a volume flow rate of 1,000,000 m3 (35,000,000 cu ft) per second or 1 Sv = 106 m3 s–1.

SWE                Solar Wind Experiment flying aboard the WIND satellite

SWEPAM       Solar Wind Electron Proton Alpha Monitor flying aboard NASA's Advanced Composition Explorer (ACE)

SWPC             Space Weather Prediction Center [NOAA]

SwRI               Southwest Research Institute

Sy2                  Seyfert 2 galaxy

`T

T                      Triassic

TA                   Transportable Array [EarthScope's]

TAU                Tel Aviv University

TCB                Tunguska Cosmic Body

TDG                "tidal" dwarf galaxy

TeHEP            Tell el-Hammam Excavation Project [www.tallelhammam.com]

TEM                transmission electron microscopy

TGFs               Terrestrial Gamma-ray Flashes

THC                thermohaline circulation

THEMIS         Thermal Emission Imaging System [Odyssey spacecraft.]

THEMIS         Time History of Events and Macroscale Interactions during Substorms [NASA. http://www.nasa.gov/mission_pages/themis/mission/index.html]

TIFR               Tata Institute of Fundamental Research [Mumbai, India]

TIMS               Thermal Ionization Mass Spectrometer

T-J                   Triassic-Jurassic boundary [201.4 Ma]

TLEs               transient luminous events

TMT                Thirty Meter Telescope

TNC                The Nature Conservancy

TNO                trans-Neptunian object or http://planetary.org/explore/topics/our_solar_system/trans_neptunian_objects/list.html

TNT                 trinitrotoluene [A high explosive.]

TOC                Table of Contents

TP                    Target Plane

TPOD              Thunderbolts Picture of the Day (www.thunderbolts.info )

TRACE           Transition Region and Coronal Explorer [A spacecraft.]

Tr-J                  Triassic-Jurassic [mass extinction]

TRM                thermo-remnant magnetization

TRMM            Tropical Rainfall Measuring Mission [satellite]

TS                    Torino Scale

TSI                  total solar irradiance

TSU                 Trinity Southwest University

TWINS           Two Wide-Angle Imaging Neutral-Atom Spectrometers [Two NASA spacecraft.]

`U

UAP                Unidentified Atmospheric Phenomena

UAT                Unified Astronomy Thesaurus [AIP 2013]

UCL                University College London

UCLA             University of California Los Angeles

UCLan                        University of Central Lancashire

UCM               Complutense University of Madrid (Spain)

UCM               unusual carbonaceous matter

UCSB             University of California Santa Barbara

UdeM              University of Montreal

UFO                Unidentified Flying Object

UFRO             University of Florida Radio Observatory (UFRO)

UH                  Usselo Horizon

UK                  United Kingdom

ULA                United Launch Alliance

ULIRGs          Ultra Luminous Infra Red Galaxies

ULX                Ultra Luminous X-ray [sources]

UNESCO        United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization

UNSW                        University of New South Wales

UP                   University Press

UP                   Utopia Planitia [location on Mars.]

URL                Universal Resource Locator

US                   United States [of America]

USGS              United States Geological Survey

UV                  ultraviolet radiation or sometimes ultra violet

UV-B              ultraviolet-B radiation (UV-B, 280-315 nm)

UVIS              Ultraviolet Imaging Spectrograph [instrument aboard the NASA/ESA Cassini‑Huygens spacecraft]

UVOT             Ultraviolet/Optical Telescope [Swift spacecraft.]

`V

VAs                 Virtual Asteroids

VC                  vitreous carbon

VEI                 Volcanic Explosivity Index

VGl                 vesicular glass

VGM               Virtual Geology Museum

VHC               Virtual Heritage Center [University of California Merced]

VI                    Virtual Impactor

VIR                 visual and infrared [wavelengths]

VISTA            Visible and Infrared Survey Telescope for Astronomy [European Southern Observatory]

VLA                Very Large Array

VLT                Very Large Telescope [European]

VLT                Victoria Land Traverse [U.S. led in Antarctica in 1959-1960]

VOGRIPA      Volcanic Global Risk Identification and Analysis Project (A database.)

VOIR              Venus Orbiting Imaging Radar

VRM               Venus Radar Mapper

VSEGEI         All Russia Geological Institute [St. Petersburg]

VSMG                        Volcanic and Magmatic Studies Group [UK]

VSMOW         Vienna Standard Mean Ocean Water

V-SMOW       Vienna Standard Mean Ocean Water

`W

W                    watts

WAIS              West Antarctic Ice Sheet

WDC               World Data Center

WDM              warm dark matter

WHIM                        warm-hot intergalactic medium

WiC                 Worlds in Collision - I. Velikovsky

WIHG             Wadia Institute of Himalayan Geology

WIS                 Weizmann Institute of Science

WISE              On February 1, 2011 NASA’s Wide-field Infrared Survey Explorer was shut down.

WISEASS       WIS Experimental Astrophysics Spectroscopy System

WISSARD      Whillans Ice Stream Subglacial Access Research Drilling [project in Antarctica]

WIYN             Telescope at Kitt Peak National Observatory. The WIYN Consortium, which consists of the University of Wisconsin, Indiana University, Yale University, and the National Optical Astronomy Observatory (NOAO).

WMAP            Wilkinson Microwave Anisotropy Probe [http://map.gsfc.nasa.gov/index.html]

WMD              wiggle match dating [Radiocarbon dating]

WPI                 Worcester Polytechnic Institute

WSD               World Science Database [www.worldsci.org]

WWLLN         World Wide Lightning Location Network

WWSD           World-Wide Science Database

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XPS                 [soft X-ray] Ultraviolet Photometer System

XRD               X-ray diffraction

XRF                x-ray fluorescence

XXM               X-ray Multi Mirror [ESA satellite XMM-Newton]

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YD                  Younger Dryas

YDB               Younger Dryas Boundary

YDC               Younger Dryas chronozone

YDIB              Younger Dryas Impact Boundary

YORP             An effect named after four scientists who investigated the effect of sunlight on small solar system bodies: Ivan Yarkovsky, John O'Keefe, V. Radzievskii and Stephen Paddack.


 


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