Further Reading

Ball D (1981) Can nuclear war be controlled? Adelphi Paper No. 169, 51pp. London: International Institute for Strategic Studies.

Bergstrom S, Bochkov NP, Leaf A, etal. (1987) Effects of nuclear war on health and health services, 179pp. Report A40/11, 2nd edn., Geneva: World Health Organization.

Carl P, Worbs KD, and Tschentscher I (1995) On a dynamic systems approach to atmospheric model intercomparison. Report of the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP-92), WMO/TD-No. 732, pp. 445-450. Geneva: World Climate Research Programme.

Carrier GF, Moran WJ, Birks JW, et al. (1985) The Effects on the Atmosphere of a Major Nuclear Exchange, 193pp. Washington, DC: National Research Council.

Ehrlich A, Gunn SW, Horner JS, et al. (1986) London under Attack, 397pp. Oxford: Basil Blackwell.

Ehrlich PR, Sagan C, Kennedy D, and Roberts WO (eds.) (1984) The Cold and the Dark: The World after Nuclear War, 229pp. New York: Norton & Co.

Gadgil S and Sajani S (1998) Monsoon precipitation in AMIP runs. Report of the World Climate Research Programme (WCRP-100), WMO/TD-No. 837, 86pp. Geneva: World Climate Research Programme.

Golitsyn GS and MacCracken MC (1987) Atmospheric and climatic consequences of a major nuclear war: Results of recent research. Report of the World Climate Research Programme (WCP-142), WMO/TD-No. 201, Geneva: World Climate Research Programme.

Harwell MA, Hutchinson TC, Cropper WP, Jr., Harwell CC, and Grover HD (1985) SCOPE 28 - Environmental Consequences of Nuclear War, Vol. 2: Ecological and Agricultural Effects, 523pp. Chichester, UK: Wiley (2nd edn. with a 31pp. updating preface, 1989).

Johns LS, Sharfman P, Medalia J, et al. (2005) The Effects of Nuclear War, 151pp. Washington, DC: Congress of the U.S., Office of Technology Assessment.

Kahn H (1984) Thinking about the Unthinkable in the 1980s, 250pp. New York: Simon & Schuster.

McNaughton SJ, Ruess RW, and Coughenour MB (1986) Ecological consequences of nuclear war. Nature 321: 483-487.

Nier AOC, Friend JP, Hempelmann LH, etal. (1975) Long-Term Worldwide Effects of Multiple Nuclear-Weapons Detonations, 213pp. Washington, DC: National Academy of Sciences.

Peterson J and Hinrichsen D (eds.) (1982) Nuclear War: The Aftermath, 196pp.; AMBIO, 11(2/3); Oxford: Pergamon.

Pittock AB, Ackerman TP, Crutzen PJ, et al. (1986) SCOPE 28 -Environmental Consequences of Nuclear War, Vol. 1: Physical and Atmospheric Effects, 359pp. Chichester, UK: Wiley (2nd edn. with a 36pp. updating preface, 1989).

Robock A, Oman L, and Stenchikov GL (2007) Nuclear winter revisited with a modern climate model and current nuclear arsenals: Still catastrophic consequences. Journal of Geophysical Research 112: D13107 (doi:10.1029/2006JD008235).

Sagan C and Turco R (1990) A Path Where no Man Thought: Nuclear Winter and the End of the Arms Race, 499pp. New York: Random House.

Solomon F and Marston RQ (eds.) (1986) The Medical Implications of Nuclear War, 619pp. Washington, DC: Institute of Medicine, National Academy of Sciences.

Stenchikov GL (1985) Climatic consequences of nuclear war. In: Velikhov Ye P (ed.) The Night After... Climatic and Biological Consequences of a Nuclear War, pp. 53-82 (Russian edn.: Nauka, Moscow 1986). Moscow: Mir Publishers.

Svirezhev Ju M, Carl P, et al. (1990) Götterdämmerung. Globale Folgen eines atomaren Konflikts (substantially revised and extended German edn. of Svirezhev YM, Alexandrov GA, Arkhipov PI, et al. (1985) Ecological and Demographic Consequences of Nuclear War, 267pp. Moscow: USSR Academy of Sciences, Computer Center), 261pp. Berlin: Akademie-Verlag.

Thompson SL, Aleksandrov VV, Stenchikov GL, et al. (1984) Global climatic consequences of nuclear war: Simulations with three dimensional models. AMBIO 13: 236-243.

Toon OB, Robock A, Turco RP, et al. (2007) Consequences of regional-scale nuclear conflicts. Science 315: 1224-1225.

Turco RP, Toon OB, Ackerman TP, Pollack JB, and Sagan C (1990) Climate and smoke: An appraisal of nuclear winter. Science 247: 166-176.

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