Asteroid impact in the Black Sea. Death by drowning or asphyxiation?

@article{Schuiling2007AsteroidII,
  title={Asteroid impact in the Black Sea. Death by drowning 
or asphyxiation?},
  author={Roelof Dirk Schuiling and Richard Brook Cathcart and Viorel Badescu and Dragoș Isvoranu and Efim Pelinovsky},
  journal={Natural Hazards},
  year={2007},
  volume={40},
  pages={327-338}
}
Normally the consequences of an impact of an asteroid in a water body are discussed in terms of the beach run up of impact-generated waves. If even a small asteroid would hit the Black Sea, however, the potential emissions of toxic and flammable gases could be more disastrous to the region (comprised of Romania, Ukraine, Russia, Georgia, Turkey and Bulgaria) than the tsunami caused by the impact. 
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