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Georgina H. Endfield. Historical collapse of ancient states or civilizations has raised new awareness about its possible relevance to current issues of sustainability, in the context of global change.

Georgina H. This Special Feature examines 12 case studies of societies under stress, of which seven suffered severe transformation. Outcomes were complex and unpredictable. Five others overcame breakdown through environmental, political, or socio-cultural resilience, which deserves as much attention as the identification of stressors.

Environmental historian Georgina Endfield has analyzed a wide variety of colonial archives to explore the complex relationships between climate and social and economic systems

Environmental historian Georgina Endfield has analyzed a wide variety of colonial archives to explore the complex relationships between climate and social and economic systems. Her book-Climate and Society in Colonial Mexico: A Study in ers case studies in three distinct zones of Mexico: the arid Conchos Basin of Chihuahua. the fertile Oaxaca Valley. the agricultural area centered on Guanajuato in the Bajío region

O-Book Georgina H. Endfield is a Reader in Environmental History in the School of Geography at the University of Nottingham.

By considering three case study regions in Mexico during the Colonial era, Climate and Society in Colonial Mexico: A Study in Vulnerability examines the complex interrelationship between climate and society and its contemporary implications. Georgina H. By considering three case study regions in Mexico during the Colonial era, Climate and Society in Colonial Mexico: A Study in Vulnerability examines the complex interrelationship between climate and society and its contemporary. By considering three case study regions in Mexico during the Colonial era, Climate and Society in Colonial Mexico: A Study in Vulnerability examines the complex interrelationship between climate and society and its contemporary implications.

Climate and society in colonial Mexico: a study in vulnerability. John Wiley & Sons, 2011. The resilience and adaptive capacity of systems in colonial Mexico. Decades of drought, years of hunger: archival investigations of multiple year droughts in late colonial Chihuahua. Climatic Change 75 (4), 391, 2006. Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences 109 (10), 3676-3681, 2012. Archival explorations of climate variability and social vulnerability in colonial Mexico. Climatic Change 83 (1-2), 9, 2007.

By considering three case study regions in Mexico during the Colonial era, Climate and Society in Colonial .

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Climate and Society in Colonial Mexico: A Study in Vulnerability Georgina H. Driving Spaces: A Cultural-Historical Geography of England’s M1 Motorway Peter Merriman. I am grateful to the British Academy for a small grant funding a tranche of archive work 2004–5, and to Professors Morag Bell and Alison Blunt who supported my application.

Within this historical framework, Climate and Society in Colonial Mexico: A Study in Vulnerability provides a timely examination of the human impact of climate change and its contemporary implications.

Within this historical framework, Climate and Society in Colonial Mexico: A Study in Vulnerability provides a timely examination of the human impact of climate change and its contemporary implications OZON. Похожие книги: Climate and Society in Colonial Mexico.

By considering three case study regions in Mexico during theColonial era, Climate and Society in Colonial Mexico: A Study inVulnerability examines the complex interrelationship betweenclimate and society and its contemporary implications. Provides unique insights on climate and society by capitalizingon Mexico’s rich colonial archivesOffers a unique approach by combining geographical and historicperspectives in order to comprehend contemporary concerns overclimate changeConsiders three case study regions in Mexico with verydifferent cultural, economic, and environmentalcharacteristics
Climate and Society in Colonial Mexico: A Study in Vulnerability download epub
Earth Sciences
Author: Georgina H. Endfield
ISBN: 140514582X
Category: Science & Math
Subcategory: Earth Sciences
Language: English
Publisher: Wiley-Blackwell; 1 edition (February 11, 2008)
Pages: 248 pages