All natural things: archaeology and the green debate

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Oxbow Books, 1992 - Social Science - 213 pages
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Conservation is a matter of great concern to everyone, and this volume shows how archaeology contributes both a human and a time dimension to the debate, demonstrating how the historic environment is an integral part of the natural heritage. The twenty-two essays, which are based on papers given at the 1991 IFA conference, fall into four categories: principles, practice, case studies, and the way forward.

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