Tambora: das Jahr ohne Sommer

@article{Auchmann2015TamboraDJ,
  title={Tambora: das Jahr ohne Sommer},
  author={Renate Auchmann and Stefan Br{\"o}nnimann and Florian Xavier Arfeuille},
  journal={Physik in unserer Zeit},
  year={2015},
  volume={46}
}
Die außergewöhnlichen klimatischen Bedingungen des “Jahres ohne Sommer” 1816 werden größtenteils dem Ausbruch des indonesischen Vulkans Tambora im Jahr 1815 zugeschrieben. In Mitteleuropa und Nordamerika zählt dieser Sommer zu den kältesten und regenreichsten seit Beginn der Wetterbeobachtungen. Sozioökonomische Auswirkungen wie Ernteausfälle und Hungersnöte waren die Folge. Der weitreichende Klimaeffekt durch Vulkane entsteht vor allem durch Schwefelsäureaerosole. Diese bilden sich nach… 

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