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al life forms. Both dir
ect and indirect damage
would then occur among
the bacteria, insects,
plants, and other link
s in the ecosystems on
which human well-being
depends. This disruptio
n, particularly if it o
ccurred in the aftermat
h of a major war involv
ing many other dislocat
ions, could pose a seri
ous additional threat t
o the recovery of postw
ar society. The Nationa
l Academy of Sciences r
eport concludes that in
20 years the ecologica
l systems would have es
sentially recovered fro
m the increase in ultra
violet radiation--thoug
Worldwide Effects of Nuclear War: Some Perspectives by U.S. Arms Control and Disarmament Agency