Geografie 2017, 122, 147-168

Climatic and other responses to the Lakagígar 1783 and Tambora 1815 volcanic eruptions in the Czech Lands

Rudolf Brázdil1,2, Ladislava Řezníčková1,2, Hubert Valášek2, Lukáš Dolák1,2, Oldřich Kotyza3

1Global Change Research Institute, Czech Academy of Sciences, Brno, Czechia
2Masaryk University, Faculty of Sciences, Institute of Geography, Brno, Czechia
3Regional Museum, Litoměřice, Czechia

Received May 2016
Accepted October 2016

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