Edited By: David Lentz
547 pages, Maps
Offers an alternative view of the New World by detailing the impact of native cultures on the so-called undisturbed ecosystems prior to their contact with Europeans. Draws on a wide range of experts from the fields of paleoclimatology, historical ecology, paleontology, botany, geology, conservation science, and resource management.
The combination of articles and examples in [this] book is able to draw a picture of pre-Columbians as integral and influential parts and components of the landscape. The volume brings together natural scientists, archaeologists, and cultural ecologists to investigate the interaction between natural systems and human intervention. Such a combination is rarely seen in this comprehensive manner.
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