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Brian Thomas

  • Professor
  • Washburn University
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Research interests

supernovaeozonegamma-ray burstsatmosphereastrobiologyUV

Co-authors (62)

  • Cedric Fichot
  • Dimitra Atri

Publications (5)

  • Extraordinary biomass-burning episode and impact winter triggered by the younger dryas cosmic impact ∼12,800 years ago. 1. Ice cores and glaciers

    • Wolbach W
    • Ballard J
    • Mayewski P
    • et al.
    N/AReaders
    2Citations
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  • Photobiological Effects at Earth's Surface Following a 50 pc Supernova

    • Thomas B
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  • Terrestrial effects of moderately nearby supernovae

    • Melott A
    • Thomas B
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  • A Supernova at 50 pc: Effects on the Earth's Atmosphere and Biota

    • Melott A
    • Thomas B
    • Kachelrieß M
    • et al.
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    4Citations
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  • An in-class discussion activity on the nature of science and intelligent design

    • Thomas B
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Professional experience

Professor

Washburn University

August 2016 - Present

Associate Professor

Washburn University

August 2010 - July 2016(6 years)

Assistant Professor

Washburn University

August 2005 - August 2010(5 years)

Education

Physics and Astronomy

University of Kansas

August 1999 - August 2005(6 years)

Physics

University of the Pacific

September 1995 - June 1999(4 years)