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In this work, the author discusses several fascinating consequences of European expansion since 1492: the dispersion of diseases, crops and animals; and the varying success with which various groups of humans coped with this expansion. The book is an important reference in that it documents many of the processes which have shaped the current fauna, flora and general ecological status of Europe.