# Hawking radiation in GHS and non-extremal D1-D5 blackhole via covariant anomalies

@inproceedings{Gangopadhyay2007HawkingRI, title={Hawking radiation in GHS and non-extremal D1-D5 blackhole via covariant anomalies}, author={Sunandan Gangopadhyay and Shailesh Kulkarni}, year={2007} }

We apply the method of Banerjee and Kulkarni (arXiv:0707.2449, [hep-th]) to provide a derivation of Hawking radiation from the GHS (stringy) blackhole which falls in the class of the most general spherically symmetric blackholes ( √−g 6= 1) and also the non-extremal D1−D5 blackhole using only covariant gravitational anomalies.

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