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Response of seedlings of tropical trees to cool temperatures predicted by 'nuclear winter' scenarios



Response of seedlings of tropical trees to cool temperatures predicted by 'nuclear winter' scenarios



Environmental Conservation 17(4): 337-340



Modelling scenarios predict that a major nuclear war would cause a reduction in light intensity and temperature on earth, due to the injection of enormous quantities of smoke and dust into the atmosphere.

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DOI: 10.1017/s0376892900032781



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