The database is subdivided into sections based on the alphabetical name of the respective structure.
The Planetary and Space Science Centre houses a collection of topographic, geological and geophysical maps, as well as some aerial photographs for many Canadian impact structures. Topographic and geological maps are also available for selected world impact structures. 1:250,000 scale topographic maps are also available for the whole of Canada.
The list below indicates impact structures for which the Planetary and Space Science Centre holds maps and/or aerial photographs. Click on the relevant structure to view the list of holdings.
Canadian Impact Structures:
World Impact Structures:
The Planetary and Space Science Centre holds a collection of core drilled from various Canadian impact structures. Click on the relevant impact structure to view a more detailed listing of the drill holes, depth of holes, availability of logs and samples.
PASSC Director: John Spray
Data Manager: Beverley Elliott
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Planetary and Space Science Centre
University of New Brunswick
Fredericton, New Brunswick, Canada