Martin Mahony and Angelo Matteo Caglioti, Guest Editors
James Rodger Fleming, Editor-in-Chief
History of Meteorology is the peer-reviewed journal of the ICHM.
© ICHM 2017
Please see below for contents and individual papers of this special edition, or scroll down to download or view the whole edition.
- Preface, Call for Papers and Style Guide, v-vii
- Martin Mahony and Angelo Matteo Caglioti, Relocating Meteorology, 1-14
- Joseph Giacomelli, Unsettling Gilded-Age Science: Vernacular Climatology and Meteorology in the “Middle Border”, 15-34
- Kelsey Matson, “The Ozone of Patriotism”: Meteorology, Electricity, and the Body in the Nineteenth-Century Yellowstone Region, 35-53
- Kevin Donnelly, Redeeming Belgian Science: Periodic Phenomena and Global Physics in Brussels, 1825-1853, 57-73
- Meredith McKittrick, Theories of “Reprecipitation” and Climate Change in the Settler Colonial World, 74-94
- Robert-Jan Wille, Colonizing the Free Atmosphere: Wladimir Köppen’s ‘Aerology’, the German Maritime Observatory, and the Emergence of a Trans-Imperial Network of Weather Balloons and Kites, 1873-1906, 95-123
- Penelope K. Hardy, Meteorology as Nationalism on the German Atlantic Expedition, 1925-1927, 124-144
- Philipp Lehmann, Losing the Field: Franz Thorbecke and (Post-)Colonial Climatology in Germany, 145-158
- Fiona Williamson and Clive Wilkinson, Asian Extremes: Experience, Exchange and Meteorological Knowledge in Hong Kong and Singapore c.1840-1939, 159-178
- Matthew Henry, Assembling the Weather: Expertise, Authority and the Negotiation of trans-Tasman Aviation Forecasts, 179-201
- Janet Martin-Nielsen, Scientific forecasting? Performing objectivity at the UK’s Meteorological Office, 1960s-1970s, 202-221
- James R. Fleming, In the Year 2017: A Soviet Fantasy of the Future, 222,224 (click below for the associated video)
- V. Strukova and V. Shevchenko, In the Year 2017, illustrated by L. Smekhov and produced by the Diafilm Studio, 1960.
A PDF of the whole special edition can be viewed below or downloaded by clicking here.Relocating Meteorology 2017- compressed