Nuclear winter is a hypothetical global climate condition predicted to be a possible outcome of a large-scale nuclear war, where ash and dust blown into the atmosphere, diminished sunlight, and radiation would kill off crops and plants needed to live.
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Publications of Alan Robock on Nuclear Winter
Work addressed the problem of nuclear winter, the climatic effects of nuclear war, and demonstrating long-term (several year) effects with a computer model.
Ridding the World of Nuclear Weapons
An editorial from the Bulletin for the Abolition of Nuclear Weapons with several suggestions on achieving a successful and bona-fide abolition.
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