By Liviu Giosan,Dorian Q. Fuller,Kathleen Nicoll,Rowan K. Flad,Peter D. Clift
Climates, Landscapes, and Civilizations brings jointly a suite of reviews at the heritage of complicated interrelationships among people and their atmosphere via integrating Earth technology with archeology and anthropology. At a time while weather swap, overpopulation, and shortage of assets are more and more affecting our methods of lifestyles, the teachings of the previous offer a number of reference frames which are invaluable for informing our destiny judgements and motion plans. quantity highlights contain discussions of a number of connotations of the Anthropocene, landscapes as a hyperlink among weather and people, synoptic techniques to discover large-scale cultural styles, local reviews for contextualizing cultural complexity, and environmental determinism and social thought. Straddling the fields of Earth sciences, anthropology, and archaeology and featuring learn from throughout a number of continents, Climates, Landscapes, and Civilizations will entice a large readership between scientists, students, and the general public at large.
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Climates, Landscapes, and Civilizations (Geophysical Monograph Series) by Liviu Giosan,Dorian Q. Fuller,Kathleen Nicoll,Rowan K. Flad,Peter D. Clift