Weather, New, History

This is the fifty-fourth post in my series that explores the most-used words in the top stories shared amongst Environmental Historians and Environmental Humanities scholars on Twitter each week.

 

 

Here are the top articles amongst environmental historians and humanities scholars this past week (March 5 – March 11, 2018):

Monday: “The Snowpocalypse (aka the Great Blizzard of 1888) Hit Brooklyn 130 Years Ago” by Suzanne Spellen (aka Montrose Morris), Brownstoner


Tuesday: Environmental History or Environmentally Minded History? New Scholars Second Meeting” by Katrin Kleemann, Network in Canadian History and Environment (NiCHE)


Wednesday: “Take action: It’s Time to Get Scott Pruitt Out of the EPA,” by EDF Action


Thursday: After houses collapse, fire chief warns: check your roof” by John Boivin, Arrow Lakes News


Friday: 80 Percent of Young Environmental Scientists Could Use More Natural History Training” by Jennifer Frazer, Scientific American


Saturday: Backward Seasons and Remarkable Cold: the Weather over Long Reach, New Brunswick, 1812-1821” by Liza Piper, Acadiensis 


Sunday: This Colorado vault is keeping your favorite foods from going extinct” by Simran Sethi, The New Food Economy

Top Words

1. weather

2. New  

3. history 

4. Crawford

5. snow

6. Brunswick 

7. also

8. Reach

9. cold

10. natural

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