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This page is completely unreferenced; and just about every statement in the intro is questionnable:
- Historical climatology is the study of historical changes in weather and their effect on human history. This supplants the traditional study of only ice ages and other dramatic effects. This differs from paleoclimatology because historical climatology studies the correlations of human history and climate change and not merely ecological effects. The study seeks to define periods in human history which were either warmer or cooler than the present.
Until the article comes up to a better standard I don't think it should be linked to William M. Connolley 07:37, 17 April 2007 (UTC)
- It makes a start in an important area of the debate about climate. Of course it should be improved [PA removed - wmc] Peterlewis 08:04, 17 April 2007 (UTC)
- Um. Yes its a start. But at the moment its a poor article. Your words make it sound like its in danger of being a POV fork - please don't head it that way. Also, wiki isn't a link collection - we have articles on HSC and MWP - ext links (especially to badly biased sites) are not good William M. Connolley 09:42, 17 April 2007 (UTC)
- Of coures. The article needs expansion, as already requested above. Any contributions gratefully received, especially historic records such as quotes from old texts, maps and manuscripts. Peterlewis (talk) 10:38, 12 December 2009 (UTC)