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Alexander Hall

, an outlook of the current weather, commentary by the duty forecaster, and other weather station reports, including warnings ( Currie 2010 , p. 253; Watson-Watt 1951 , 552–555). Airmet’s withdrawal contributed to a lack of efficient channels at the MO for the dissemination of forecasts, which was tragically highlighted in early 1953 when coastal flooding devastated the east coast of England causing 307 fatalities and inundating over 160 000 acres of land ( Hall 2011 ; Waverley 1954 ). Despite

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Susan A. Crate

.” Access to media accounts depicting wars, environmental catastrophes, journeys into outer space, and other ways that humans are altering the atmosphere and beyond show them these power relations. Global climate change, with its various unprecedented environmental changes, was for Viliui Sakha most pronounced in the altered water regimes resulting from the phenomena. 3) Why, how, and to what degree do weaker actors resist stronger actors? The main resistance to the changes in land tenure was during the

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Karen Pennesi

their predictions. An essential component of this tradition, as will be discussed below, is that there must be some personal connection between the rain prophet and the land, either through experience or by learning from someone with such experience. Many rain prophets are farmers but some in Quixadá, where fieldwork was conducted, have other occupations, including a dentist, an accountant, a teacher, and a restaurant owner. Rain prophets are consulted during day-to-day interactions in their

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Randy A. Peppler

help establish historical context ( Peppler 2010 , 2017 ). Members of the Kiowa, Comanche, Apache, Wichita, and Delaware tribes and nations of southwestern Oklahoma were collaborators in the fieldwork, as was a member of the Muscogee (Creek) Nation of eastern Oklahoma. Fieldwork focused mostly on agriculturalists because they are people who work on the land, and as such must be keen observers of weather and seasonal climate and their indicators to help ensure their livelihoods. While the

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