Models of Nature: Ecology, Conservation, and Cultural Revolution in Soviet Russia
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 advances in the field since the book was first published.
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Conservation without Ecology Nature Protection in the Age of Lysenko
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Zapovedniki of the USSR in 1933
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