1. Cообщение Кристиана Клайника от 26.12.2018 со ссылкой на:
  2. Ding L., Kapp P., Yue Y., Lai Q. (2006). Postcollisional calc-alkaline lavas and xenoliths from the southern Qiangtang terrane, central Tibet // Earth and Planetary Science Letters. - No. 254 (2007). - P. 28-38.
  3. Zhengfu Guo, Marjorie Wilson, Jiaqi Liu, Qian Mao (2006). Post-collisional, Potassic and Ultrapotassic Magmatism of the Northern Tibetan Plateau: Constraints on Characteristics of the Mantle Source, Geodynamic Setting and Uplift Mechanisms // Journal of Petrology Advance. - Access published March 28, 2006.
"I discovered an bowl shape depression in China (Qinghai province), 5000 m above sea level. The structure is possible simple type impact crater with raised rim. The crater lies on the folded sedimentary rocks and seemingly not volcanic origin. In the vicinity the surface sparsely covered with deeply eroded ca. 10-25 My old lavas, without craters. This structure is very young, possible Pleistocene-Holocene age and different from the mentioned volcanic features in the area" (Krisztian Klajnik, 2018).

Спутниковая фотография кратера из Wikimapia.

Спутниковая фотография кратера из Google Earth.

Jishilake crater 3D view (Krisztian Klajnik, 2018).

Jishilake profile NW-SE (Krisztian Klajnik, 2018).

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