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3 Long- and Short-Term Central European Climate Development in the Context of Vulnerability, Food Security, and Emigration

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Climate reconstructions for Central Europe based on data from societal and natural archives from the last millennium are presented and discussed. The long-term relationship between climate change and food security is addressed by comparing the long-term climate development with harvest yield reports and information on famines and food crises. In three case studies covering the period 1815-1847, a more detailed analysis highlights the short-term interaction between climate, vulnerability, and emigration.

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