Blogs for the Arts and Humanities Research Council Weather Extremes project.

James Bowen

    Research output: Other contribution

    Abstract

    Blog entries:
    Public Talk in Stornoway - June 2016
    School log books as a source for investigating extreme weather events in the Western Isles during the late nineteenth and early twentieth centuries. - August 2015
    ‘The Journal of a Tour to the Hebrides!’ - June 2015
    The effects of weather extremes on the railways of Britain past, present and future. - May 2015
    Sources in focus – Newspaper reports of extreme weather in the Western Isles in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (part 2). - February 2015
    Sources in focus – Newspaper reports of extreme weather in and around Stornoway and the Western Isles in the nineteenth and twentieth centuries (part 1). - November 2014
    Getting into the archive – Weather and the Great Estate: the recording of rainfall at Chatsworth House, Derbyshire, 1760 to the Present - September 2014
    St Kilda: Extreme Weather on the Edge of the World - August 2014
    Getting into the archive – The Buildwas Earthquake of 1773: an earthquake or a landslip? - June 2014
    Getting into the Archive – The Hingham Town Book (part 2) - June 2014
    Getting into the archive – Shrewsbury in ‘The Great Frost’ of 1739 - March 2014
    Original languageEnglish
    Media of outputBlog
    Publication statusPublished - 2014

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