Fourth Observance of the International Day Against Nuclear

Fourth Observance of the International Day Against Nuclear

Fourth Observance of the International Day Against Nuclear Tests Andrew S. Kanter, MD MPH FACMI Immediate Past President Physicians for Social Responsibility US Affiliate of The International Physicians for the Prevention of Nuclear War

Animation by Luke Oman. Robock, et. al. Climatic consequences of regional nuclear conflicts. Atmos. Chem. Phys., 7, 20032012, 2007 Global climate change unprecedented in recorded human history Graph courtesy of Alan Robock Summary of Agricultural Effects Agricultural Crop Studied

First 5 years Second 5 Years US Maize (Corn) -20% -10%

US Soybeans -15% -10% China Maize (Corn) -20%

-15% China Middle Season Rice* -15% -10% China Winter Wheat* -35%

-25% * Robock, unpublished data Effect on Existing Malnourished 870 million people receive 1750 calories per day. 10-35% decrease puts entire group at risk if famine persists for full decade. If market turmoil causes big spike in food

prices, the decline in food consumption would be much greater. Surface Air Temperatures 2 years after 150 million tons of smoke enters stratosphere Decrease in Surface Air Temperatures 2 years after full-scale nuclear wa

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