Prehistoric Native Americans and Ecological Change: Human Ecosystems in Eastern North America since the Pleistoceneby Paul A. Delcourt, Hazel R. Delcourt
Demonstrates the importance of prehistoric human activities in the ecology of eastern North America, and its implications for conservation today.See more details below
Demonstrates the importance of prehistoric human activities in the ecology of eastern North America, and its implications for conservation today.
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Table of Contents
Acknowledgements; Part I. Panarchy as an Integrative Paradigm: Overview; 1. The need for a new synthesis; 2. Panarchy theory and Quaternary ecosystems; 3. Holocene human ecosystems; Part II. Ecological Feedbacks and Processes: Overview; 4. Gene-level interactions; 5. Population-level interactions; 6. Community-level interactions; 7. Landscape-level interactions; 8. Regional-level interactions; Part III. Application and Synthesis: Overview; 9. The ecological legacy of prehistoric Native Americans; References; Index.
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