Palaeoecological reconstruction of Global Environmental changes at the Younger Dryas Onset Czech-American Scientific Cooperation, project of the Ministry of Education, Youth and Sports (MEYS),
program Inter-Excellence, sub-program Inter-Action, project no. LTAUSA19141
Duration: November 1, 2019 - December 31, 2022 (38 months)
Partner Institutions and Labs:
Faculty of Science, Charles University
Institute of Hydrobiology, Biology Centre of the CAS
Alaska Quaternary Center, University of Alaska, Fairbanks
Landau Astrobiological Laboratory
Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis:
The Cosmic Tusk web-site
The Younger Dryas impact debate by Martin Sweatman:
The Younger Dryas impact debate: part 1
The Younger Dryas impact debate: part 2
The Younger Dryas impact debate: part 3
The Younger Dryas impact debate: part 4
The Younger Dryas impact debate: part 5
The Younger Dryas impact debate: part 6
The Younger Dryas impact debate: part 7
The Younger Dryas impact debate: part 8
The Younger Dryas impact debate: part 9
The Younger Dryas impact debate: part 10
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Mar. 12th, 2020

Reply to comments on

Extraordinary Biomass-Burning Episode and Impact Winter Triggered by the Younger Dryas Cosmic Impact ∼12,800 Years Ago: A Reply

by Wendy S. Wolbach, Joanne P. Ballard, Paul A. Mayewski, Andrei Kurbatov, Ted E. Bunch, Malcolm A. LeCompte, Victor Adedeji, Isabel Israde-Alcántara, Richard B. Firestone, William C. Mahaney, Adrian L. Melott,Christopher R. Moore, William M. Napier, George A. Howard, Kenneth B. Tankersley, Brian C. Thomas, James H. Wittke, John R. Johnson, Siddhartha Mitra, James P. Kennett, Gunther Kletetschka, and Allen West

https://www.journals.uchicago.edu/doi/abs/10.1086/706265

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Mar. 9th, 2020

A new paper on

Support for two subglacial impact craters in northwest Greenland
from Earth gravity model EIGEN 6C4 and other data

written by Jaroslav Klokočník, Jan Kostelecký, Aleš Bezděk, Václav Cílek,
Gunther Kletetschka and Hana Staňková

is available in a pre-proof mode

https://www.sciencedirect.com/science/article/pii/S0040195120300792?via%3Dihub

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Mar. 5th, 2020

A new paper in Scientific Reports on

Evidence of Cosmic Impact at Abu
Hureyra, Syria at the Younger Dryas
Onset (~12.8 ka): High-temperature
melting at >2200 °C.

by Andrew Moore, James P. Kennett, William M. Napier, Ted E. Bunch, James C. Weaver,
Malcolm LeCompte, A. Victor Adedeji, Paul Hackley, Gunther Kletetschka, Robert E.
Hermes, James H. Wittke, Joshua J. Razink, Michael William Gaultois, Allen West,

is available for download

https://www.nature.com/articles/s41598-020-60867-w

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Jan. 6th, 2020

Three successful project proposals will strengthen up our study of Younger Dryas causes. Look at http://www.astrobiolab.org for details.

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Nov. 30th, 2019
Website going operational.

Nov. 22th, 2019
New dawn of the project in Alaska. The first meeting of the project leader Günther Kletetschka with American partners.

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Nov. 20th, 2019
we started building this website, working towards the first public release

 

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