Brian Charles Thomas

Washburn University 
Astrobiology, high-energy astrophysics, atmospheric chemistry
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Adrian L. Melott grad student 1999-2005 University of Kansas (Astronomy Tree)
 (Terrestrial ozone depletion due to a Milky Way gamma -ray burst.)
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Melott AL, Thomas BC. (2018) Terrestrial effects of moderately nearby supernovae. Lethaia. 51: 325-329
Neale PJ, Thomas BC. (2016) Inhibition by Ultraviolet and Photosynthetically Available Radiation Lowers Model Estimates of Depth-Integrated Picophytoplankton Photosynthesis: Global Predictions for Prochlorococcus and Synechococcus. Global Change Biology
Neale PJ, Thomas BC. (2016) Solar Irradiance Changes and Phytoplankton Productivity in Earth's Ocean Following Astrophysical Ionizing Radiation Events. Astrobiology. 16: 245-58
Thomas BC, Goracke BD. (2016) Ground-Level Ozone Following Astrophysical Ionizing Radiation Events: An Additional Biological Hazard? Astrobiology. 16: 1-6
Thomas BC, Neale PJ, Snyder BR. (2015) Solar irradiance changes and photobiological effects at earth's surface following astrophysical ionizing radiation events. Astrobiology. 15: 207-20
Melott AL, Thomas BC. (2012) Causes of an ad 774-775 14C increase. Nature. 491: E1-2
Melott AL, Thomas BC. (2011) Astrophysical ionizing radiation and Earth: a brief review and census of intermittent intense sources. Astrobiology. 11: 343-61
Thomas BC, Honeyman MD. (2008) Amphibian nitrate stress as an additional terrestrial threat from astrophysical ionizing radiation events? Astrobiology. 8: 731-733
Thomas BC, Melott AL, Fields BD, et al. (2008) Superluminous supernovae: no threat from eta Carinae. Astrobiology. 8: 9-16
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