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How 18th-century weather diaries shed light on the effects of an Icelandic volcanic eruption on Scotland

By Alastair Dawson, Professor of Geography and Environmental Science, University of Dundee
Martin Kirkbride, Reader Geography and Environmental Science, University of Dundee
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New research challenges the idea that Laki caused years of extreme weather in Scotland and has implications for how we deal with sudden, forced climate change today.


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