Monday, May 04, 2009

Facts and speculation on the Little Ice Age in Scotland 1645-1715

From the BBC news site. I particularly liked this:

The late Prof HH Lamb, a world renowned climatologist, investigated the impact of the Little Ice Age on Scotland for part of his book Climate History and the Modern World.

He wrote of arctic ice expanding further south and of reports of Inuit people arriving on Orkney between 1690 and 1728. One was said to have paddled down the River Don in Aberdeen.

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Tuesday, May 01, 2007

The Medieval Warm Period at

I haven't had much time to explore this yet, but some of you might be interested in a feature over at the site, focusing on the Medieval Warm Period, a climactic phenomenon getting a lot of attention as we try to come to grips with climate changes today.

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Saturday, April 28, 2007

Canada: worst country in the world

High latitude kind of person? See this report on Vitamin D deficiency and cancer.

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