Rural and Suburban Population Surge Following Detonation of Improvised Nuclear Device A New Model to Estimate Impact
Meit, M., Redlener, I., Briggs, T., et al. (2011). Rural and Suburban Population Surge Following Detonation of Improvised Nuclear Device: A New Model to Estimate Impact. Disaster Medicine and Public Health Preparedness. 5. Supplement 1.
The authors describe a “push-pull” model that estimated the evacuation from Manhattan to counties within a 150 mile radius after a nuclear detonation. This model predicted that arriving evacuees could increase the population needing services by between 50 and 150 percent.
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