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The Bermuda Triangle of Yamal

... surface, which were prints of ice blocks thrown by the outbreak. Ice melted quickly, and that was why the matter, formerly filling the crater, left no traces other than prints in the moss. With an aided eye A great part in the studies was assigned to geophysical methods, which allowed the scientists to look inside the Earth’s crust without digging or drilling. Magnetic studies revealed no anomalies associated with the crater; thus, the meteoritic impact hypothesis had to be discarded. All geomagnetic ...

Modified: 30.08.2015
Yamal Peninsula , crater , gas hydrates , geophysical methods , electrical resistivity tomography (ERT) , time-domain electromagnetics (TEM)
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