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State of the art review: recreation weather and climate


, : State of the art review: recreation weather and climate. State of the art review: recreation weather and climate: 42

One of a series of reports designed to evaluate existing research knowledge and assist SSRC/Sports Council joint panel on recreation and leisure research in identifying priorities for new research, this review specifies that a relationship does exist between recreation and weather in Britain and deserves investigation as the industry expands into a period of probably abbreviated summers.

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