Research on Comets and the Younger Dryas impact hypothesis? That’s definitely a niche, but all the science enthusiasts and scholars studying disciplines related to these two interesting subjects will now be able to search, sort and filter among various publications of the Comet Research Group on ScienceOpen.
The Comet Research Group’s publications relating to the Younger Dryas Impact Hypothesis will now be featured in special ScienceOpen collections that will highlight scientific articles and debates within the scientific community about this paradigm-shifting hypothesis.
Monitoring the impacts of so-called “killer comets” on our planet, the group aims to find evidence of comet impacts and raise awareness about their potentially catastrophic effects.
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On the article collection pages, you can discover articles related to the hypothesis, easily share the articles on various social media platforms, recommend them to peers and scholars on ScienceOpen, and comment on and review them thanks to our reviewing infrastructure.
Benefit from our discovery and curation tools and explore the collection through some titles highlighted by the editors below:
- Abu Hureyra, Syria, Part 1: Shock-fractured quartz grains support 12,800-year-old cosmic airburst at the Younger Dryas onset
- Abu Hureyra, Syria, Part 2: Additional evidence supporting the catastrophic destruction of this prehistoric village by a cosmic airburst ~12,800 years ago
- Abu Hureyra, Syria, Part 3: Comet airbursts triggered major climate change 12,800 years ago that initiated the transition to agriculture
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