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Time and Complexity in Historical Ecology

Studies in the Neotropical Lowlands (Historical Ecology)

by William L. Balee

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Published by Columbia University Press .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Human Geography,
  • Sociology

  • The Physical Object
    FormatPaperback
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL10196530M
    ISBN 100231509618
    ISBN 109780231509619

    Historical ecology is an interdisciplinary research program that studies the dynamic and dialectical interactions between humans and their environments. A relatively recent scientific approach with. The following is adapted from the Napa River Historical Ecology Atlas, a new book by Robin Grossinger, director of the Historical Ecology Program at the San Francisco Estuary Institute. The book is the result of 10 years of study of the Napa Valley, combining exhaustive research into historical documents and exploration of the landscape today.

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    Schaan also engages fundamental debates about the development of social complexity and the importance of ancient Amazonia from a global perspective. This innovative, interdisciplinary book is a major contribution to the study of human-environment relations, social complexity, and past and present indigenous societies. TIME AND COMPLEXITY IN HISTORICAL ECOLOGY--STUDIES IN THE NEOTROPICAL LOWLANDS COLUMBIA UNIVERSITY PRESS NEW YORK Artwork by Daniel Brinkmeier. CONTENTS Preface Contributors Time, Complexity, and Historical Ecology WILLIAM BALEE AND CLARK L. ERICKSON PART 1 I. The Feral Forests of the Eastern Petén


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In order to carry out this work, historical ecologists synthesize long-series data collected by practitioners in diverse fields. Rather than concentrating on one specific event, historical ecology aims to study.

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William Balée and Clark L. Erickson, editors. New York: Columbia University Press, The Historical Ecology Series. xii + pp., maps, figures, tables, notes, references, index.

ISBN Author: Alf Hornborg.Edward S. Deevey, who directed the Historical Ecology Project at the University of Florida in the early s, introduced the term “historical ecology” to archaeology.

Working with archaeologists on Mesoamerican lake sediments, Deevey’s integration of archaeology and paleoecology was visionary.