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Bibliography of Recent Literature in the History of Meteorology

@inproceedings{Vogel2009BibliographyOR,
  title={Bibliography of Recent Literature in the History of Meteorology},
  author={Brant Vogel},
  year={2009}
}
The following is a bibliography of recent secondary literature in the history of meteorology, broadly conceived. It is presented in chronological order a) to illustrate the growth of history of meteorology as field in the throes of self-definition, and b) because an artificial schema, whether based on subject, region, period, or discipline, would fail in the face of the diversity of the materials represented. It is intended as a tool for students entering the field, a refresher for those… Expand

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