Extreme climate, not extreme weather: the summer of 1816 in Geneva, Switzerland
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Subject: Atmospheric Dynamics | Archive: Historical Records | Timescale: Instrumental PeriodStatistical reconstruction of daily temperature and sea level pressure in Europe for the severe winter 1788/89Insights from 20 years of temperature parallel measurements in Mauritius around the turn of the 20th centuryUnlocking weather observations from the Societas Meteorologica Palatina (1781–1792)
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