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Title Survival of the relocated population of the U. S. after a nuclear attack. Final report
Creator/Author Haaland, C.M. ; Chester, C.V. ; Wigner, E.P.
Publication Date 1976 Jun 01
OSTI Identifier OSTI ID: 7361159
Report Number(s) ORNL-5041
DOE Contract Number W-7405-ENG-26
Resource Type Technical Report
Research Org Oak Ridge National Lab., Tenn. (USA)
Subject 45 MILITARY TECHNOLOGY, WEAPONRY, AND NATIONAL DEFENSE; CIVIL DEFENSE; PLANNING; FOOD; TRANSPORT; HUMAN POPULATIONS; RADIATION PROTECTION; SURVIVAL TIME; LOCAL FALLOUT; NATIONAL DEFENSE; NUCLEAR WEAPONS; FALLOUT; POPULATIONS; WEAPONS
Description/Abstract The feasibility of continued survival after a hypothetical nuclear attack is evaluated for people relocated from high-risk areas during the crisis period before the attack. The attack consists of 6559 MT, of which 5951 MT are ground bursts on military, industrial, and urban targets. Relocated people are assumed to be adequately protected from fallout radiation by shelters of various kinds. The major problems in the postattack situation will be the control of exposure to fallout radiation, and prevention of severe food shortages to several tens of millions of people.
Country of Publication United States
Language English
Format Medium: X; Size: Pages: 221
Availability Dep. NTIS $7.75.
System Entry Date 2008 Feb 12

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