Series: The OCEES Research Papers Volume: 3
By: N Brown
Focuses mainly on Europe but recognises the interaction with developments in the Middle East and North Africa as well as the value of comparisons with East Asia. Its main inference is that the impact of climatic alteration tends to be most pronounced, for good or ill, on peoples or polities that are for other reasons poised at some critical threshold between failure and success. The implications for the century ahead are also considered.
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