It is impossible to doubt but that the extreme liberalism of these countries must ultimately lead to good results.
Port Famine expresses by its name the lingering and extreme sufferings of several hundred wretched people, of whom one alone survived to relate their misfortunes.
The latter probably had decayed long since (in which case the grave must have been of extreme antiquity), for I found in another place some smaller heaps beneath which a very few crumbling fragments could yet be distinguished as having belonged to a man.
There was an instant of extreme
cold and utter darkness.
, such as hot and cold temperature extremes
, drought and heavy precipitation, by themselves, accounted for 18 per cent-43 per cent of these interannual variations in crop yield.
Summary: TEHRAN (FNA)- Researchers have demonstrated for the first time that runoff extremes
have been dramatically increasing in response to climate and human-induced changes.
Increasing temperatures, more frequent weather extremes
and more precipitation are all likely to become more frequent as climate change progresses in the coming years.
However a well marked increase has been seen in Northern Areas, Southern Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan making these regions vulnerable to future extremes
. The frequency of extreme
minimum temperature events are significantly decreasing in Northern Areas, Southern Punjab, Sindh and Balochistan while rest of the country showed insignificant increase in extreme
minimum temperature events.
One mother expresses her desire for a simple Christmas holiday: "The holiday season is a time of extremes
Meteorologist Tye Parzybok covers weather extremes
and their results in the West, presenting rainfall and temperature averages, case histories of sudden and extreme
weather results, and insights into the science of forecasting and prediction processes.
SURVIVING THE EXTREMES
: A Doctor's Journey to the Limits of Human Endurance KENNETH KAMLER