Human-Environment Interactions

Human-Environment Interactions

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Drawing on research from eleven countries across four continents, the 16 chapters in the volume bring perspectives from various specialties in anthropology and human ecology, institutional analysis, historical and political ecology, geography, archaeology, and land change sciences. The four sections of the volume reflect complementary approaches to HEI: health and adaptation approaches, land change and landscape management approaches, institutional and political-ecology approaches, and historical and archaeological approaches.5, Fiorini uses a combination of participatory approaches to examine the case of red deer management in Scotland, an iconic and keystone species that poses challenges to the organization of property systems and different views of land use .

Title:Human-Environment Interactions
Author:Eduardo S. Brondízio, Emilio F. Moran
Publisher:Springer Science & Business Media - 2012-11-15


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