Wait a minute! It didn't have one year resolution!!!! Doesn't that invalidate the findings?? Besides - you have no other corroboration from other crater lakes.Perhaps you missed the Canadian meteor crater lake data,
Oh, you mean the Mbalang crater lake which showedthe other crater lakes data,
"monotonous sedimentation interpreted as a relatively dry phase"
between 2000 and 7000 ybp?
That crater lake?? Like I said - no other corroboration makes your Canadian crater lake a regional phenomenon.
And what do you mean by "lakes"???
What other crater lake data did you present??
All?? From around the earth???and all the other 4500 ybp timeframe flood data I've provided from around the earth over the past one-to-two years.
I only saw ONE reference on alluvial flooding which covered 3 flooding events in ONE location - the Sonoran desert (near Phoenix)4100 ybp. Flooding in ONE location hardly constitutes data for a global flood.