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John Murray's Meteorological register for January 1750 MS 7840 © Wellcome Library, London John Murray's Meteorological register for January 1750 MS 7840 © Wellcome Library, London
 

As the project develops, members of the project team will be writing about the project, its themes, methods, results, and the extreme weather events that we explore. We will also be putting together some educational resources and an exhibition.

Details of all of these publications will appear here and on our social media channels.

VEALE, L., BOWEN, J.P., AND ENDFIELD, G. (spring 2017). "Instead of fetching flowers the youths brought in flakes of snow": Exploring extreme weather history through English parish registers, Archives and Records. doi 10.1080/23257962.2016.1260531

ENDFIELD, G.H. (2016). Historical narratives of weather extremes in the UK, Geography 101(2).

VEALE, L. and ENDFIELD, G.H. (2016). Situating 1816, the 'year without summer' in the UK, Geographical Journal. doi 10.1111/geoj.12191 

ENDFIELD, G., HOWARD, A.J., and VEALE, L (2016). Strategic Objective 10D Elucidate the flood history of the Derwent Valley as a guide to the potential impact of future climate change upon the historic environment resource, in KNIGHT, D. (Ed) The Derwent Valley: The Valley that Changed the World. Derwent Valley Mills World Heritage Site Research Framework (Derwent Valley Mills Partnership: Matlock), 85. http://flk.bz/R9rc 

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