Images of weather and climate
Obrębska-Starkel B. (red.), 2000, Images of weather and climate, Prace Geograficzne, z. 108.
Recenzje: Tadeusz Niedźwiedź, Jerzy Pruchnicki
Język publikacji: angielski
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Snow, temperature and precipitation conditions of winters in Poznań in relation to the Wolf numbers
The effect of weather factors on fluctuations of grain prices in the Czech Lands in the 16th-18th centuries
The era of Mongol expansion
Perception of climate from the 15th century up to nowadays
Bioclimatic diversity of the regions of Ukraine (methods, results, recommendations)
The construction of awareness: educational images of weather and climate from textbook to the internet
An impact of climate in different scales (exemplified by multi-annual changes in ecoclimate of forest communities)
The general knowledge and understanding of some climatological phenomena
Climatic and human-related factors in the development of relief (based on historical documents pertaining to the marginal zone of the Carpathian Foothills)
Intensity of ultraviolet and total solar radiation in Łódź
Anthropogenic climate change - a reason for concern since the 18th century and earlier
Summary: Since about 10 years the concept of anthropogenic climate change has left academic circles and become a major public concern. Some people consider "global warming" as the major environmental threat of the planet. Even though mostly considered a novel threat, a look into history tells us that it is not, at least not in European thinking. Climate change, due to natural and anthropogenic reasons has often been discussed from classical times to the time of renaissance. Environmental change including climate change was seen by some as a biblical mandate, to "complete the Creation". In line with this view, the prospect of climate change was considered as a promising challenge in more modern times. Only since the middle of the 20th century, anthropogenic climate change became a menacing prospect. The concept of anthropogenic climate change seems to be deeply embedded in popular thinking, at least in Europe, which resurfaces every now and then after scientific discoveries. As such climate change research is bound to be a post-normal science. Of course, the present threat may be much more real than any of the historical predecessors, which turned out to be overestimated.
Słowa kluczowe (w języku angielskim): climate change, anthropogenic and natural climate variability, perceptions of climate, history of perceptions.
Prace Geograficzne, 2000, z. 108, s. 81-86.
Instytut Geografii i Gospodarki Przestrzennej UJ
Climate and ponds since the Middle Ages
River runoff as an indicator of global climate change
Influence of extremal heat waves on man
Snow temperature measurement evaluation according to the automatic weather station at Chopok during Dec. 1999 - Mar. 2000
Extreme precipitation events in the Western Carpathians
Monitoring and dynamics of climatic extremes
Maximum daily sums of precipitation in Slovakia in the second half of the 20th century
Maximum precipitation in agrometeorological observatory at Felin in the second half of the 20th century
Changes of climate extremes - fact or fiction?
Hot and cold summers in Central Europe (1871-1990)
Water vapor and air temperature on days with thunderstorm in Poznań
Scenarios of climatic extremes for Slovakia
Variability of the extremes in annual course of the monthly precipitation sums in Europe
Variability of potential water resources against the background of annual precipitation changeability
Extreme winter/early-spring temperature anomalies in Central Europe
Estimation of the methods of the extreme winters classification
Air pressure extremes during the instrumental observation period in Warsaw
Temporal variability of the frequency of extreme temperature occurrence in Poland on the example of Zakopane and Łódź
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