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Fig. 1

From: On the detection of the Wilkes Land impact crater

Fig. 1

The values of gravity disturbances Δg (mGal) for the whole Antarctica. The Wilkes Land (WL) anomaly (between longitudes 100 and 130°E, geodetic latitudes 60 and 75°S) is clearly visible as a semicircular feature with positive anomaly in its center and flanking negative semiring anomaly around, namely from southern directions. For more details see Figs. 7, 8, 9, 10, 11 and 12

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