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Academic & Professional Books  Palaeontology  Palaeontology: General

Human Impact on Ancient Environments

By: Charles L Redman
239 pages, B/w photos, diags, figs, tabs
Human Impact on Ancient Environments
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  • Human Impact on Ancient Environments ISBN: 9780816519637 Paperback Oct 1999 Usually dispatched within 6 days
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Discusses archaeological case studies from around the world - from the deforestation of the Mayan lowlands to soil erosion in ancient Greece to the almost total depletion of resources on Easter Island - revealing the long-range coevolution of culture and environment and clearly showing the impact that ancient peoples had on their world.

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By: Charles L Redman
239 pages, B/w photos, diags, figs, tabs
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