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<p><strong>Abstract.</strong> A 70&thinsp;m long continental sediment record was recovered at Darwin Crater in western Tasmania, Australia. The sediment succession includes a pre-lake silty sand deposit overlain by lacustrine silts that have accumulated in the <span class="inline-formula">∼816</span>&thinsp;ka meteorite impact crater. A total of 160&thinsp;m of overlapping sediment cores were drilled from three closely spaced holes. Here we report on the drilling operations atdoi:10.5194/sd-25-1-2019 fatcat:7jkj75mhs5bnxjnefivdgb2gx4