BP Structure

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Landsat image of the BP structure; screen capture from NASA World Wind
Oblique Landsat image of BP crater draped over digital elevation model (x5 vertical exaggeration); screen capture from NASA World Wind

The BP Structure, also known as Gebel Dalma, is an exposed impact crater in Libya. It is so called because it was identified by a BP (then British Petroleum) geological survey team.[1]

The crater is 2 km in diameter and its age is estimated to be less than 120 million years (Lower Cretaceous or later).

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  1. ^ "BP". Earth Impact Database. Planetary and Space Science Centre University of New Brunswick Fredericton. Retrieved 2009-08-12.

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Coordinates: 25°19′10″N 24°18′34″E / 25.31944°N 24.30944°E / 25.31944; 24.30944