Is the “nuclear winter” real?

@article{Singer1984IsT,
  title={Is the “nuclear winter” real?},
  author={Suzanne F. Singer},
  journal={Nature},
  year={1984},
  volume={310},
  pages={625-625}
}
  • S. Singer
  • Published 23 August 1984
  • Physics
  • Nature
The discussion on the so-called “nuclear winter” is continued here, with further contributions to come in future issues of Nature. 
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The potential global atmospheric and climatic consequences of nuclear war are investigated using models previously developed to study the effects of volcanic eruptions, finding long-term exposure to cold, dark, and radioactivity could pose a serious threat to human survivors and to other species.
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