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Main Title Agrarian landscapes in transition : comparisons of long-term ecological and cultural change /
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Redman, Charles L.
Foster, David R.,
Publisher Oxford University Press ; LTER,
Year Published 2008
OCLC Number 175286345
ISBN 9780195367966; 0195367960
Subjects Agricultural ecology--United States. ; Land use--United States. ; Landbau. ; Landschaftsentwicklung. ; Landwirtschaft. ; USA. ; Ekologiskt lantbruk--historia--Fèorenta staterna. ; Landskap--historia--Fèorenta staterna.
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ELBM  S441.A327 2008 AWBERC Library/Cincinnati,OH 11/21/2017
Collation xiii, 282 pages : illustrations, maps ; 25 cm.
Notes
Includes bibliographical references and index.
Contents Notes
Changing agrarian landscapes across America : a comparative perspective / Kenneth M. Sylvester and Myron P. Gutmann -- New England's forest landscape : ecological legacies and conservation patterns shaped by agrarian history / David R. Foster [and others] -- Agricultural transformation of southern Appalachia / Ted L. Gragson, Paul V. Bolstad, and Meredith Welch-Devine -- Dustbowl legacies : long-term change and resilience in the shortgrass steppe / Kenneth M. Sylvester and Myron P. Gutmann -- The political ecology of southwest Michigan agriculture, 1837-2000 / Alan P. Rudy [and others] -- Agrarian landscape transition in the Flint Hills of Kansas : legacies and resilience / Gerad Middendorf, Derrick Cline, and Leonard Bloomquist -- Water can flow uphill : a narrative of central Arizona / Charles L. Redman and Ann P. Kinzig. "The introduction, spread, and abandonment of agriculture represents the most pervasive alteration of the earth's environment in recorded history. This volume sheds light on what happens when humans impose their spatial and temporal signatures on ecological regimes through agricultural practices."--BOOK JACKET.