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.
Work addressed the problem of nuclear winter, the climatic effects of nuclear war, and demonstrating long-term (several year) effects with a computer model.
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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