(bolus and guano) of Indian flying foxes were collected by spreading a polythene sheet of 1 m x 1 m (length x width) under the roosting sites of P.
2000) documented minerals with planar microstructures in the ejecta
of the Popigai structure.
The specimen abundance drops by more than one order of magnitude exactly at the ejecta
layer, enriched in iridium and microkrystites.
15]N signature of scallop ejecta
(feces + pseudofeces) is generally heavier than that of food sources (seston and sediment).
pellets, on the other hand, consistently contained complete imprints of six teeth (left and right [P.
from SMC under excimer processing as derived from IR spectra are summarized in Table 2.
Its extensive apron of highly reflective ejecta
is obvious near full Moon--but spotting the crater itself can be challenging.
It had a nearly-black oval core (5000km long), and a diffuse patchy fringe on the NW side (~9000km in radius) which no doubt represented the ejecta
arc, indicating that the impactor came from that direction.
That defied standard physics, because the amount of energy possessed by the nucleus and its ejecta
did not appear to be conserved.
They based the programme around four environmental effects: thermal radiation, seismic shaking, ejecta
(debris gouged from the earth) deposition and air blast.
Mount Vesuvius is a strato-volcano, which is to say that it is built of alternating layers of volcanic ejecta
and lava flows.
Likewise, civil aviation authorities were asked to advise pilots to avoid flying close to the volcano's summit as ejecta
from any sudden phreatic eruption can be hazardous to aircraft.