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A zone of intense soft-sediment deformation, with associated spherules and shocked quartz grains, is identified over an area of ∼1000 km2 in southwestern South Dakota. This Disturbed Zone (DZ) is up to 5 m thick and is preserved within distal deltaic deposits of the Upper Cretaceous Fox Hills Formation. Localized structural development caused thinning and eventual subaerial exposure of several sections within Badlands National Park, whereas sections to the north of the park were unaffected. Although previously interpreted as an intense period of soil formation under tropical conditions, the degree of ancient soil overprinting of these sections is minimal,...

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