Category Archives: Spain

Urban Heat 1

Image, RTVE (Radio Television Español) Tuesday 5th August 2014. That’s one heck of a steep gradient between Malaga airport (37ºC) and Fuengirola (27ºC). Some cold air is spilling down from the hills above Fuengirola but it doesn’t seem to arrive … Continue reading

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How the Romans used Hydraulic Fracturing

Las Médulas, Spain, location of one enormous fracking head. The Romans devised a method of extracting minerals by diverting rivers into escarpments. The force of the water eroded away the base of the escarpment until large sections crashed down. In … Continue reading

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Sea Levels – it’s getting serious

Now it’s getting serious and it’s worse than I thought. Recent developments reveal a superabundance of unforseen circumstances that are likely to result from climate change. Having an extensive property portfolio which includes a beachfront ‘mansion’, I have two nagging … Continue reading

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