Astrobleme model

08/20/2001
Paul Denney's comments on the Potato Hills are welcomed (Letters, "Not an astrobleme," OGJ, July 23, 2001, p. 10). There appears to be a misinterpretation of the OGJ article he mentions (OGJ, Oct. 30, 2000, p. 35), which was referring to an online article at the University of Oklahoma Institute for Exploration & Development Geosciences (EDGE) website. The title at EDGE is "Potato Hills Gas Production May Be Impact Related."This article does not propose a meteorite-impact at Potato Hills. The suggested astrobleme model is for the Gulf of Mexico basin itself, of which Potato Hills is a segment of a possible rim remnant from the peripheral Ouachita arc.Regional Potato Hills models descri...
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