Ozone Depletion from Nearby Supernovae

@inproceedings{Gehrels2013OzoneDF,
  title={Ozone Depletion from Nearby Supernovae},
  author={N. Gehrels and C. Laird and C. H. Jackman and J. Cannizzo and B. Mattson and W. Chen},
  year={2013}
}
  • N. Gehrels, C. Laird, +3 authors W. Chen
  • Published 2013
  • Physics
  • Estimates made in the 1970s indicated that a supernova occurring within tens of parsecs of Earth could have significant effects on the ozone layer. Since that time, improved tools for detailed modeling of atmospheric chemistry have been developed to calculate ozone depletion, and advances have been made also in theoretical modeling of supernovae and of the resultant gamma-ray spectra. In addition, we now have better knowledge of the occurrence rate of supernovae in the Galaxy and of the spatial… CONTINUE READING
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