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Weather Diary  4 September 1665 The Black Death.Still image:
Size: 3860 x 2171
Acquisition: Graphic, Scanned illustration
Frame rate: still
Clearance: No releases required
Location: England
License: Royalty Free
Usage: Creative and Editorial
Point of view: Ground in scene
Geography: Rural
Still images available: Y
Keywords:   Other, Daily weather diary, September Weather Events
Asset ID: 5542
Title: Weather Diary 4 September 1665
Concept: The Black Death.
Detail: The bubonic plague swept throughout England, including London, where it took 10,000 lives or more. While not exactly a weather related event per se, it is good to remember that weather conditions and environmental parameters play a highly important role in disease spread, not only among humans, but livestock and crops as well. Research in the field of biometeorology shows that human organisms are in fact affected by the weather and its changes more than scientists had perhaps thought likely. Many of the old wives tales and complaints of being able to "forecast" the weather by the condition of one's corns, joints and aches and pains, may have some foundation in fact. Aggravation of conditions such as migraine and angina have been shown to be linked partly to weather regimes. Rapidly falling barometers apparently induce labor in near term women. It has long been the practice in Germany not to schedule certain types of surgery during certain patterns of barometric pressure change. One of the projected impacts of climate change is that hosts, and the diseases they carry, such as dengue fever and malaria, move to new regions in resposne to changing climate patterns.

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