Items where Subject is "L725 Historical Geography"

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Adamson, George C.D., Hannaford, Matthew and Rohland, Eleonora J. (2018) Re-thinking the present: The role of a historical focus in climate change adaptation research. Global Environmental Change, 48 . pp. 195-205. ISSN 0959-3780

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Davies, Peter, Lawrence, Susan, Turnbull, Jodi, Rutherfurd, Ian, Grove, James, Silvester, Ewen and Macklin, Mark (2020) Mining Modification of River Systems: A case study from the Australian Gold Rush. Geoarchaeology . ISSN 1520-6548

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Hannaford, Matthew (2015) The consequences of past climate change for state formation and security in southern Africa. PhD thesis, University of Sheffield.

Hannaford, Matthew and Nash, David J. (2016) Climate, history, society over the last millennium in southeast Africa. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 7 (3). pp. 370-392. ISSN 1757-7780

Hannaford, Matthew (2018) Long-term drivers of vulnerability and resilience to drought in the Zambezi-Save area of southern Africa, 1505–1830. Global and Planetary Change, 166 . pp. 94-106. ISSN 0921-8181

Hannaford, Matthew J (2020) El Niño in World History, Richard Grove and George Adamson. Palgrave Macmillan (2018). 245 pages, €93.59 hardcover. Journal of Historical Geography . ISSN 0305-7488

Hannaford, Matthew J. (2020) Climate Change and Society in Southern African History. Oxford University Press, Oxford Research Encyclopedia of African History.

Herron, Rebecca, Jackson, Jennifer and Johnson, Karen (2013) Rural parishes and community organisation. In: Interpreting rurality: multidisciplinary approaches (regions and cities). Routledge. ISBN 9780415696722, 0415696720

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Klein, Jørgen, Nash, David J., Pribyl, Kathleen, Endfield, Georgina H. and Hannaford, Matthew (2018) Climate, Conflict and Society: Changing Responses to Weather Extremes in Nineteenth Century Zululand. Environment and History, 24 (3). pp. 377-401. ISSN 0967-3407

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O'Rourke, Chris and Nightingale, Sam (2015) London's Silent Cinemas. University College London.

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Spencer, Neal, Woodward, Jamie, Macklin, Mark and Dalton, Matthew (2014) Late Holocene environmental change at Amara West: a New Kingdom town on the Desert Nile in North Sudan. In: . British Museum / Peeters, British Museum, London, pp. 227-258. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

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Van Bavel, Bas, Curtis, Daniel, Dijkman, Jessica, Hannaford, Matthew J., de Keyzer, Maïka, van Onacker, Eline and Soens, Tim (2020) Disasters and History: The Vulnerability and Resilience of Past Societies. Cambridge University Press. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

Van Bavel, Bas J.P., Curtis, Daniel R., Hannaford, Matthew, Moatsos, Michalis, Roosen, Joris and Soens, Tim (2019) Climate and society in long-term perspective: opportunities and pitfalls in the use of historical datasets. Wiley Interdisciplinary Reviews: Climate Change, 10 (6). ISSN 1757-7780

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Waites, Ian (2017) Learning to say "Phew' instead of "Brrr": social and cultural change during the British summer of 1976. In: Cultural histories, memories and extreme weather: a historical geography perspective. Routledge, pp. 16-33. ISBN 9781138207653

Whelan, Deborah (2013) Heritage survey of the Alfred County Narrow Gauge Railway running from Port Shepstone to Harding, Ugu Municipality, KwaZulu-Natal. Technical Report. Amafa aKwaZulu-Natali, Pietermaritzburg.

Woodward, J. C., Macklin, M., Spencer, N., Binder, M., Dalton, M., Hay, S. and Hardy, A. (2017) Living with a changing river and desert landscape at Amara West. In: Nubia in the New Kingdom: lived experience, Pharaonic control and indigenous traditions. British Museum Publications on Egypt and Sudan (3). British Museum / Peeters, British Museum, London, pp. 227-258. ISBN 9789042932586

Woodward, Jamie and Macklin, Mark (2017) Amara West and the shrinking Nile. In: Amara West: living in Egyptian Nubia. British Museum. ISBN UNSPECIFIED

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