Gow Lake - Landsat OLI 37
|Diameter||5 kilometres (3 mi)|
|Age||< 250 million years old (Triassic)|
It is 5 km (3 mi) in diameter and the age is estimated to be less than 250 million years (Triassic or later). The crater contains a classic crater lake with an island (Calder Island) formed by the central uplift. It is the smallest known crater in Canada with an uplift structure.
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- Pickersgill, A. E.; Lee, M. R.; Mark, D. F.; Osinski, G. R. "Shock Metamorphism in Impact Melt Rocks from the Gow Lake Impact Structure, Saskatchewan, Canada" (PDF). 46th Lunar and Planetary Science Conference (2015). Retrieved 2015-11-19.
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