Saturday, 26 August 2017

Soot and dinosaur death

Climate Model of the K/T Impact

This article discusses the climatic effects of the meteorite impact which marks the end of the Cretaceous, in particular the affect of soot from wildfires caused by debris re-entering the atmosphere after the impact.

And comes to the conclusion that it would have been most unpleasant for about 7 years. Then it would have got back to normal in about 10 years.

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