By: Martin Bell (Author), Michael JC Walker (Author)
273 pages, b/w photos, illustrations, maps, tables
Adopting an ecological approach to archaeology, this book discusses the relationships between people and the environment of the temperate zone, during the closing stages of the last glacial and over the course of the present glacial.
Preface to the second edition
1. Environmental change and human activity
2. Evidence for environmental change
3. Natural environmental change
4. Consequences of climatic change
5. People in a world of constant change
6. Cultural landscapes, human agency and environmental change
7. People, climate and erosion
8. The role of the past in a sustainable future: environment and heritage conservation
9. The impact of people on climate
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