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For the first time, a new analysis shows an impact of climate change on human society long before we knew the climate was actually changing.
Scientists are challenging the theory that icebergs made 1912, the year RMS Titanic was lost to the North Atlantic, an exceptionally hazardous year for shipping.
The open air plays of the Ancient Greeks may offer us a valuable insight into the Mediterranean climate of the time, Weather reports.
Long before mankind developed flight, humans were changing the skies above us. From industrial pollution to jet engine contrails, man-made clouds have become a permanent feature of the sky. Writing in Weather, scientists from Barcelona explore the origins of these man-made cloud formations and argue that ‘anthropoclouds’ should be promoted as an entirely new and separate classification.
Ancient manuscripts written by Arabic scholars can provide valuable meteorological information to help modern scientists reconstruct the climate of the past, a new study has revealed. The research, published in Weather, analyses the writings of scholars, historians and diarists in Iraq during the Islamic Golden Age between 816-1009 AD for evidence of abnormal weather patterns.
Scientists Use Records From First Fleet’s Voyage to Botany Bay To Find Lost Pieces of Climate Puzzle
Climate scientists from around the world are meeting in New Zealand this month as part of an immense global effort to recover lost weather data from the past.
The disapperance of Legendary mountain climbers Mallory and Irvine may have due to previously unconsidered extreme weather conditions, reports the journal Weather.
"Major and Unprecedented Epidemic" Spread Through Europe due to Climate Change, reports Weather.
El Nino Appears to Make Australian Win More Likely