The PNAS paper has a helpful bibliography of recent publications supportive of the hypothesis. It’s worth a separate block quote below.
Nice how the links take you to the cites themselves at the PNAS website.
“Some independent workers have been unable to reproduce earlier YDB results for MSp, CSp, and NDs […]
I am trying to get the Powerpoint from Michael Davias, which I will post. I am sure it is very, very cool. His website is here: http://cintos.org/
Goldsboro Ridge: How does a lake form on a hill?
SURFICIAL QUARTZ SAND DEPOSITS ON THE ATLANTIC COASTAL […]
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“If this were the first paper I would have taken it seriously.”
—Mark Boslough, BBC Radio, March 16, 2012
Jim Kennett and Mark Boslough discuss the new evidence from Mexico [8:20]
Tip o’ the Hat to Dennis Cox of A Catastrophe of Comets.