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Re: Sulfate 'n soot kills dinos!

What about the effect on the hydrologic cycle of suddenly putting an extra 8,000
to 60,000 or so cubic miles of water vapor into the atmosphere?  After the
inititial immense rains, this would lead to horrific erosion and sediment
transport throughout much of the world, and that in itself would increase the
consequent runoff, modify the inflow/infiltration rates, and further affect the
hydrologic cycle.


David Marjanovic wrote:

> ........ the plasma http://www.dinosauria.com/jdp/impact/impact.htm; and
> what else I might have forgotten. :-)