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Climate Change: Cyclone History

In the field with Professor Simon Haslett talking to Professor Jon Nott (James Cook University). Simon Haslett is Professor of Physical Geography at the University of Wales, Newport. Please leave a comment if you found this video of use in your studies. New videos will be added from time to time, so you may wish to subscribe to this channel. Topics: cyclones, climate change, cyclone records, Medieval Warm Period. Little Ice Age, speleothem (cave) records, oxygen isotopes. Location: Wonga Beach (Queensland, Australia). Latitude/longitude (for Google Earth): 16°19'21.94"S, 145°25'41.77"E. Further reading: J. Nott (2004) Palaeotempestology: the study of prehistoric tropical cyclones—a review and implications for hazard assessment, Environment International, 30, 433-447. J Nott (2006) Extreme Events. Cambridge University Press.
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