Edited By: Jeremy Vetter
272 pages, illus
This volume brings together nine leading scholars whose work spans a variety of environmental and field sciences, including archaeology, agriculture, botany, climatology, ecology, evolutionary biology, oceanography, ornithology, and tidology.
Collectively their essays explore the history of the field sciences, through the lens of place, practice, and the production of scientific knowledge, with a wide-ranging perspective extending outwards from the local to regional, national, imperial, and global scales. The book also shows what the history of the field sciences can contribute to environmental history - especially how knowledge in the field sciences has intersected with changing environments - and addresses key present-day problems related to sustainability, such as global climate, biodiversity, oceans, and more.
The chapters in this rare volume soar to the heights of mountains and plunge into the depths of the oceans while asserting the significance of a spatial orientation within the history of science and environmental history.-Frederick R. Davis, Florida State University [History]
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