A green history of the world

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Sinclair-Stevenson, May 13, 1991 - Nature - 432 pages
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Review: A Green History of the World: The Environment & the Collapse of Great Civilizations

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Review: A Green History of the World: The Environment & the Collapse of Great Civilizations

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More interesting than Guns Germs & Steel, which leaves out less dramatic inputs like the impact of the European cultivation of the potato which allowed their population to soar & eventually conquer ... Read full review

Contents

The Foundations of History
8
Influence of the physical world significance and role of ecosystems effect
18
The First Great Transition
37
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