- Remote sensing of forest cover: new techniques and opportunities
- 1362 – Grote Mandrenke – 25000 deaths. • 1703 – The “Great Storm” (UK). • 1879 – Tay rail bridge disaster (UK).
- Managing the Coastal and Estuarine Historic Environment of the
- 1362. A storm surge destroyed the ports of Ravenser Odd on Spurn Head and. Rungholt in North Friesland.
- The Worst Natural Disasters by Death Toll
- Grote Mandrenke, storm tide Netherlands, Germany, Denmark 1362 10000 Great Iran Flood.
- Germany's northernmost island Sylt a true tourist gem
- Information boards along the way tell of the events that helped create this unique landscape, including the Saint Marcellus flood, or Grote Mandrenke (Great Drowning of Men).
- climate4you ClimateAndHistory 1300-1399
- List of contents. 1346-1349: The Black Death and the Flagellants. 1362: Grote Mandrenke and the opening of the Zuiderzee in the Netherlands.
- Weatherwatch: The Grote Mandrenke | News | guardian.co.uk
- Jan 20, 2011 Stephen Moss: Few weather events in British history were as devastating as the the drowning of men in mid January 1362.
- Grote Mandrenke « Little Bits of History
- Jan 16, 2011 Tags: flood, Grote Mandrenke, January 16, storm tide. Illustration of the damaging storm.
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