An original and innovative study of the pre-eminently social character of human ecological relations.
Table of Contents
Preface; Acknowledgements; 1. Environmental determinism and casual correlation; 2. Possibilism and limiting factors; 3. Cultural ecology and the explanatory imperative; 4. Human ecology and the biological model; 5. The flow of energy and materials; 6. Ecosystems and subsistence patterns I; 7. Ecosystems and subsistence patterns II; 8. Systems and their regulation; 9. Information and the manipulation of the environment; 10. Adaptation: a summary and reconsideration; 11. The reproduction and evolution of social and ecological systems; 12. Ecology in anthropological method and theory; Notes; Bibliography; Name Index; Subject Index.
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