Methods and Approaches in Forest History

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Mauro Agnoletti, Steven Anderson
CABI, 2000 - 281 страница
A companion to Forest History: International Studies on Socioeconomic and Forest Ecosystem Change which includes over 20 papers from the same conference held in Florence in 1998. This volume focuses on the different approaches and methods adopted in the study of forest history. The interdisciplinary nature of these studies is emphasized, bringing in the different perspectives of anthropologists, botanists, ecologists, foresters, historians, geneticists and geographers. This volume demonstrates the rich diversity of approaches and methods to forest history.
 

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the Development of Forest History Research
1
New Approaches to Environmental History in North America
21
2 How Professional Historians Can Play a Useful Role in the Study of an Interdisciplinary Forest History
29
3 Putting Flesh on the CarbonBased Bones of Forest History
35
4 Forest Management from Positivism to the Culture of Complexity
47
the Search for Forest Images and the Understanding of Nature in the Past
59
6 The Age and Size of Hazel Corylus avellana L Stools of N ato Island land Islands SW Finland
67
7 The Study of Charcoalburning Sites in the Apennine Mountains of Liguria NW Italy as a Tool for Forest History
79
GIS Applications
157
Italian and American Concepts of Restoration
165
Reconstructing Landscape History in East Africas Eastern Arc Mountains
173
Archive Evidence
189
the Contribution of Anthropology to Environmental Study
203
18 Prehistoric Cultures and the Development of Woodlands
215
19 Integration between Genetic and Archaeobotanical Data in a Study on the Evolutionary History of Pinus halepensis Mill Populations in Southern I...
221
20 Xylology and Forest History
233

Some Swedish Experiences and Suggestions
93
9 Socioeconomical and Ecological Aspects of Coppice Woods History in the Lower Vosges France and the Black Forest Germany
107
a Multidisciplinary Approach
119
11 Preindustrial Forests in Central Europe as Objects of Historical Geographical Research
129
a Comparison between Two Nearby Socioeconomic Contexts
139
21 Bristlecone Pines and Tales of Change in the Great Basin
241
From Biodiversity to Geochronodiversity
251
23 Temporal Differences in Forest History at Two Sites in Eastern North America
265
Index
275
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