On human thermal perception of weather and climate

  Human thermal perception of weather and climate is deeply subjective, and this was already recognised by Alexander von Humboldt in the early 1800s. He wrote the following in his book Cosmos: ‘In its most general sense the expression climate denotes all changes in the atmosphere that noticeably affect our organs: temperature, humidity, the serenity of the sky, which is […]

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