History of Meteorology

 

volume 2 (2005)

 

James R. Fleming, editor

 

with a special section on

Diversity in the Global Reconstruction and Representation of Weather and Climate:

East, South, West, North

Selected Papers from the ICHM Symposium

at the International Congress of History of Science, Beijing, China, July 2005

edited by Louis K. McNally III and Christian Rohr

 

History of Meteorology is the peer-reviewed journal of the ICHM

ISSN 1555-5763

© ICHM 2005


Proceedings of the International Commission on History of Meteorology

 

 

Links

Introduction, etc.

Persson

Chun and Jeon

Symposium Editors' Introduction

Telelis

De Kraker

Rohr

Liu, et al.

McNally

Lüdecke

Wheeler

Keopke and Baten

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Contents

Introduction, Call for Papers, and Style Guide. i-v

Anders Persson (Sweden), The Coriolis Effect: Four centuries of conflict between common sense and mathematics, Part I: A history to 1885. 1-24

Youngsin Chun and Sang-woon Jeon, (Republic of Korea), Chugugi, Supyo, and Punggi: Meteorological instruments of the 15th century in Korea. 25-36


Special Section:
Diversity in the Global Reconstruction and Representation of Weather and Climate: East, South, West, North
Selected Papers from the ICHM Symposium at the International Congress of History of Science, Beijing, China, July 2005
Edited by Louis K. McNally III and Christian Rohr

Symposium Editors' Introduction. 37-40

Ioannis Telelis (Greece), Historical-climatological Information from the Time of the Byzantine Empire (4th-15th Centuries AD). 41-50

Adriaan M.J. de Kraker (The Netherlands), Reconstruction of Storm Frequency in the North Sea Area during the Pre-industrial Period, 1400 to 1700 and the Connection with Reconstructed Time Series of Temperatures. 51-69

Christian Rohr (Austria), The Danube Floods and their Human Response and Perception (14th to 17th C). 71-86

Jian Liu (China), Hans von Storch (Germany), Eduardo Zorita (Germany), Xing Chen (China), and Sumin Wang (China), Simulated and Reconstructed Temperature in China since 1550 AD. 87-104

Louis K. McNally III (USA), Reconstruction of Late-18th Century Upper-air Circulation Using Forensic Synoptic Analysis. 105-122

Cornelia Lüdecke (Germany), East Meets West: Meteorological interests of the Moravians in Greenland and Labrador since the 18th century. 123-132

Dennis Wheeler (UK), British Naval Logbooks from the Late Seventeenth Century: New climatic information from old sources. 133-145

Nikola Koepke and Joerg Baten (Germany), Climate and Its Impact on the Biological Standard of Living in Northeast, Centre-west, and South Europe during the last 2000 Years. 147-159

 


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