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Paul Crutzen cause of death – Paul Crutzen dead : obituary – tributes

How did Paul Crutzen die? Cause of death

Prof Paul Crutzen passed away January 28, 2021. He won the 1995 Nobel Prize for his contribution in Ozone Depletion, which was first noticed over Antarctica. He also credited the word “Anthropocene” Made significant & valuable contributions in Atmospheric Chemistry.

  • Date of death: January 28, 2021
  • Age: -year-old
  • Cause of death: unconfirmed

Paul Crutzen Obituary, funeral arrangement, any GoFundMe page

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Paul Crutzen tributes

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de Gouw Lab wrote;

Sad news this morning: Paul Crutzen has passed away. He was awarded the Nobel Prize in Chemistry in 1995 for his work on stratospheric ozone destruction. The photo is taken in the Maldives during INDOEX99 when we studied the outflow of pollution from the Indian subcontinent.

Manabu Shiraiwa WROTE;

Extremely sad to learn the passing of Paul Crutzen, an incredible scientist who literally saved the earth through his work on ozone layer, Anthropocene, Nuclear Winter, Geoengineering and more. Huge loss for atmospheric chemistry, science, and humanity. I am very proud and extremely fortunate to be his academic grandson. He was very approachable even for a student, offering inspiring advice. Picture is right after my PhD defense in 2011. Paul remains in my heart. Rest in peace.

Madhavan Rajeevan WROTE;

Prof Paul Crutzen passed away yesterday. He won the 1995 Nobel Prize for his contribution in Ozone Depletion, which was first noticed over Antarctica. He also credited the word “Anthropocene” Made significant & valuable contributions in Atmospheric Chemistry. RIP.

UOW Centre for Atmospheric Chemistry (CAC) wrote;

Sad to hear this morning of the passing of Paul Crutzen, a giant in the Atmospheric Chemistry field, and Nobel Prize winner for his work on stratospheric ozone chemistry. Many of us have and will continue to benefit from his work and inspiration.

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