William K. Klingaman





William K. Klingaman



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The Year Without Summer: 18...

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The First Century: Emperors...

3.89 avg rating — 79 ratings — published 1990 — 5 editions
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1929: The Year of the Great...

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Abraham Lincoln and the Roa...

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1941: Our Lives in a World ...

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1919, The Year Our  World B...

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Turning 50: Quotes, Lists, ...

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Geico: The First 40 Years

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Der Crash: Chronik Und Psyc...

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Turning 40: Wit, Wisdom, an...

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“In fact, scientists have taken advantage of this effect by using the amount of red in contemporary paintings of sunsets to estimate the intensity of volcanic eruptions. Several Greek scientists, led by C. S. Zerefos, digitally measured the amount of red—relative to other primary colors—in more than 550 samples of landscape art by 181 artists from the sixteenth through the nineteenth centuries to produce estimates of the amount of volcanic ash in the air at various times. Paintings from the years following the Tambora eruption used the most red paint; those after Krakatoa came a close second.”
William K. Klingaman, The Year Without Summer: 1816 and the Volcano That Darkened the World and Changed History



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