While drilling at Cape Charles, Va., to study the Chesapeake Bay Impact Crater site — the largest known impact crater in North America - USGS scientists discovered ancient seawater under 400 to 1,200 feet of sand, silt and clay. They believe the seawater is more than 100 million years old. Read related article.


Source: Middle Peninsula Planning District | The Washington Post November 16, 2013
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