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2nd ed. — Grey House Publishing, Inc., 2008. — 1089 p. — ISBN: 978-1-59237-119-8. A collection of biographies of the men and women who have made a significant contribution to environmental issues over the last 200 years. Biographies range from scientists to advocates, businessmen to musicians, politicians to actors, along with others who have forever altered how we think about...
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Greenwood Press, 2008. — 374 p. Students today are often confronted with alarms and concerns over the state of the environment. Global warming, biodiversity, genetically engineered food - disputes over such topics are a constant refrain. But to best understand these contemporary debates, students need to understand the long history of these environmental concerns. Great Debates in...
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Greenwood Press, 2008. — 346 p. This book describes nearly 200 scientific and political controversies involving the environment throughout the history of the US. Each entry begins by listing the time period, the parties to the controversy, other interested parties, and the general environmental issues involved; and end with sources for further information. Among the topics are...
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University of Pittsburgh Press, 2018. — 424 pp. Through a series of essays, Eurasian Environments prompts us to rethink our understanding of tsarist and Soviet history by placing the human experience within the larger environmental context of flora, fauna, geology, and climate. This book is a broad look at the environmental history of Eurasia, specifically examining steppe...
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On Point Press, 2019. — 384 p. Intended to delight and provoke, these short, beautifully crafted essays, enlivened with photos and illustrations, explore how humans have engaged with Canadian nature and what those interactions say about the nature of Canada. Tracing a path from the Ice Age to the Anthropocene, some of the foremost stars in the field of environmental history...
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Scarecrow Press, 2009. — 285 p. The Historical A-Z Dictionary of Environmentalism strategically skips across issues, concepts, time, organizations, and cultures, not with any pretense of producing a definitive dictionary but rather with the aim of producing an inclusive, wide-ranging, and global history of environmentalism. This is done through a chronology, a list of acronyms and...
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University of California Press, 2012. — 288 p. Ecology is the centerpiece of many of the most important decisions that face humanity. Roots of Ecology documents the deep ancestry of this now enormously important science from the early ideas of Herodotos, Plato, and Pliny, up through those of Linnaeus and Darwin, to those that inspired Ernst Haeckel's mid-nineteenth-century...
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Imperial College Press, 2013. - 430 pp. This is an original and wide-ranging account of the careers of a close-knit group of highly influential ecologists working in Britain from the late 1960s onwards. The book can also be read as a history of some recent developments in ecology. One of the group, Robert May, is a past president of the Royal Society, and the author of what...
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University of Regina Press, 2018. — 320 p. Richard St. Barbe Baker was an inspirational visionary and pioneering environmentalist who is credited with saving and planting billions of trees. He saved lives, too, through his ceaseless global campaign to raise the alarm about deforestation and desertification and by finding effective, culturally sensitive ways for people to...
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Fordham University Press, 2018. — 273 p. — ISBN 10 0823282112, 13 978-0823282111. Ecological Form brings together leading voices in nineteenth-century ecocriticism to suture the lingering divide between postcolonial and ecocritical approaches. Together, these essays show how Victorian thinkers used aesthetic form to engage problems of system, interconnection, and dispossession...
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University of California Press, 2001. — 324 p. Crimes against Nature reveals the hidden history behind three of the nation's first parklands: the Adirondacks, Yellowstone, and the Grand Canyon. Focusing on conservation's impact on local inhabitants, Karl Jacoby traces the effect of criminalizing such traditional practices as hunting, fishing, foraging, and timber cutting in the...
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A & C Black, 2012. — 352 p. American scientist and author Rachel Carson is said to have sparked the modern day environmental movement with the publication of Silent Spring in 1962. She made vivid the prospect of life without birdsong. But has her warning been heeded? Fifty years on, Conor Mark Jameson reflects on the growth of environmentalism since Silent Spring was published....
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Durham : Duke University Press, 1987. — 416 p. — ISBN-10: 0822307197; ISBN-13: 978-0822307198 Contents The Environmental Problem: Regulation or Structure The Centipede and the Hydra The Environmental Agencies The Economic Enterprises The Party and Territorial Administrations The Experts Public Opinion and Mass Organizations Structure and Regulatory Principle Revisited Postscript:...
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Oxford University Press, 2002. — 216 p. In Aldo Leopold and an Ecological Conscience ecologists, wildlife biologists, and other professional conservationists explore the ecological legacy of Aldo Leopold and his A Sand County Almanac and his contributions to the environmental movement, the philosophy of science, and natural resource management. Twelve personal essays describe the...
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2nd Edition — Oxford University Press, 2016. — 400 p. For anyone interested in wildlife, birds, wilderness areas, parks, ecology, conservation, environmental literature, and ethics, the name Aldo Leopold is sure to pop up. Since first publication, Aldo Leopold: A Fierce Green Fire has remained the classic short, inspiring biography of Leopold - the perfect companion to reading his...
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Columbia University Press, 2007. — 504 p. By studying the many ways diverse peoples have changed, shaped, and conserved the natural world over time, environmental historians provide insight into humanity's unique relationship with nature and, more importantly, are better able to understand the origins of our current environmental crisis. Beginning with the precolonial land-use...
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Yale University Press, 2016. — 344 p. In 1887, a year after founding the Audubon Society, explorer and conservationist George Bird Grinnell launched Audubon Magazine . The magazine constituted one of the first efforts to preserve bird species decimated by the women’s hat trade, hunting, and loss of habitat. Within two years, however, for practical reasons, Grinnell dissolved both...
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University of California Press, 2018. — 200 p. Since its publication in 1962, Rachel Carson’s book Silent Spring has often been celebrated as the catalyst that sparked an American environmental movement. Yet environmental consciousness and environmental protest in some regions of the United States date back to the nineteenth century, with the advent of industrial manufacturing and...
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Introduced by Graham White — Canongate UK, 1998. — 736 p. The name of John Muir has come to stand for the protection of wild land and wilderness in both America and Britain. Born in Dunbar in 1838, Muir is famed as the father of American conservation. This collection, including the rarely-seen Stickeen, presents the finest of Muir's writings, and imparts a rounded portrait of a...
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Scarecrow Press, 2007. — 391 p. Human beings have been concerned about nature and their place in it for millennia. Disquiet about the consequences of human action on the natural environment date back to the ancient Greeks and Romans. The efforts of the green movement can be traced back to the nineteenth century. In this period, individuals, groups, and organizations began...
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Harvard University Press, 2016. — 264 p. Putting a provocative new slant on the history of U.S. conservation, Vanishing America reveals how wilderness preservation efforts became entangled with racial anxieties - specifically the fear that forces of modern civilization, unless checked, would sap white America’s vigor and stamina. Nineteenth-century citizens of European descent...
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Harvard University Press, 2016. — 264 p. Putting a provocative new slant on the history of U.S. conservation, Vanishing America reveals how wilderness preservation efforts became entangled with racial anxieties - specifically the fear that forces of modern civilization, unless checked, would sap white America’s vigor and stamina. Nineteenth-century citizens of European descent...
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HarperCollins, 2009. — 304 p. In the last three decades of the nineteenth century, an American buffalo herd once numbering 30 million animals was reduced to twelve. It was the era of Manifest Destiny, a Gilded Age that treated the West as nothing more than a treasure chest of resources to be dug up or shot down. The buffalo in this world was a commodity, hounded by legions of...
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University of North Carolina Press, 2017. — 319 p. Biodiversity has been a key concept in international conservation since the 1980s, yet historians have paid little attention to its origins. Uncovering its roots in tropical fieldwork and the southward expansion of U.S. empire at the turn of the twentieth century, Megan Raby details how ecologists took advantage of growing U.S....
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Blackwell Publishing Ltd., 2010. — 694 p. Notes on Contributors. Introduction. The Elements of Environmental History. Paths Toward Home: Landmarks of the Field in Environmental History. Louis S. Warren. Air. Nancy Langston. The Living Earth: History, Darwinian Evolution, and the Grasslands. Donald Worster. Fire. Stephen J. Pyne. Water. Rebecca Solnit. Nature and the Construction...
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Lyons Press, 2016. — 232 p. The history of Yosemite National Park is as compelling as the waterfalls, monoliths, and peaks that have mesmerized visitors for more than a century. But what hikers see today in the iconic Yosemite Valley, as well as on the peaks in the high country and within the Mariposa Grove of Big Trees, is a world away from the place Native Americans once called...
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Greenwood Press, 2004. — 312 p. — ISBN 0–313–32826–9 Through biographical examinations of some of the key figures in the debate on conservation, this book seeks to explore a range of subjects, such as the evolution of the conservation movement, its implications for policy-makers, and how it impacts the daily lives of people everywhere. The varying approaches taken by these...
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University of Nebraska Press, 2003. — 146 p. Yellowstone National Park, a global icon of conservation and natural beauty, was born at the most improbable of times: the American Gilded Age, when altruism seemed extinct and society’s vision seemed focused solely on greed and growth. Perhaps that is why the park’s “creation myth” recounted how a few saintlike pioneer...
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University of Georgia Press, 2006. — 320 p. One writer's role in securing a prominent and powerful "place of nature" in American culture. This study situates John Burroughs, together with John Muir and Theodore Roosevelt, as one of a trinity of thinkers who, between the Civil War and World War I, defined and secured a place for nature in mainstream American culture. Though not as...
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Pittsburgh: University of Pittsburgh Press, 2000. — 336 p. — ISBN-10: 0822957337; ISBN-13: 978-0822957331. Models of Nature studies the early and turbulent years of the Soviet conservation movement from the October Revolution to the mid-1930s—Lenin’s rule to the rise of Stalin. This new edition includes an afterword by the author that reflects upon the study's impact and discusses...
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Cambridge University Press, 1994. — 528 p. Nature's Economy is a wide-ranging investigation of ecology's past. It traces the origins of the concept, discusses the thinkers who have shaped it, and shows how it in turn has shaped the modern perception of our place in nature. The book includes portraits of Linnaeus, Gilbert White, Darwin, Thoreau, and such key twentieth-century...
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Монография. — Красноярск: Красноярский государственный аграрный университет, 2009. – 175 с. Монография посвящена актуальной и малоизученной теме – раскрытию исторического опыта природопользования в период 1945 – 1970 гг. в Ангаро-Енисейском регионе. Рассматривается эволюция взглядов на проблемы природопользования и природоохранная работа научных, государственных и общественных...
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Оренбург: ОГУ, 2009. — 234 с. В учебном пособии рассматриваются исторические этапы становления экологии как фундаментальной науки и особенности экологических кризисов в эти периоды развития цивилизации; рассмотрены современные экологические проблемы человечества и раскрыта специфическая сущность научного инструментария экологических исследований; проанализирована взаимосвязь...
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М.: Маршрут, 2004. — 84 с. — ISBN 5-89035-148-6. В учебном пособии рассматривается история развития экологии как науки со времен Древнего Мира по наши дни. В историческом контексте обсуждается взаимодействие человека и природы, исторические этапы, изменяющие отношение человека к природе и влияние научно-технического прогресса на развитие и становление экологии. Содержится краткий...
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М.: ГЕОС, 2014. — 190 с. — ISBN: 9785891186712 Книга представляет собой очерк развития основных идей и понятий современной экологии. Использованы первоисточники, редко цитируемые на русском языке под одной обложкой. Подробно обсуждаются ранние этапы формирования фундаментальных понятий экологии. Показан вклад в развитие экологии российских и зарубежных ученых. Все главы...
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Учебное пособие. – Воронеж: Издательско-полиграфический центр Воронежского государственного университета, 2010. – 80 с. Рекомендуется для студентов 2 курса дневного отделения биолого-почвенного факультета. Для специальности 020801 – Экология. Введение Становление и развитие экологии Факторы становления экологии Биогеографические исследования Оформление экологии как науки...
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