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  • Germs, seeds, and animals: studies in ecological history
  • Biogeography ; Cultivated plants ; Disease ; Ecology ; Fauna ; Historical geography ; Vegetation
  • Collection of 12 crafted essays, each on a different aspect of the movement of plants, animals and disease around the world and their impact on human populations. Two of the essays are: The biological metamorphosis of the Americas
  • Distant neighbours : the new geography of animated film production in Europe
  • Culturel ; Ecologie appliquée ; Film d'animation ; Production culturelle ; Réseau socio-spatial
  • Applied ecology ; Cultural studies
  • Géographie de la production culturelle. Industrie d'animation en Europe : croissance rapide et faiblesse structurelle. Construire le marché des inputs. Organiser la production : créativité, taylorisme et distanciation.
  • Volatile ecologies : towards a material politics of human–animal relations
  • Alcoholism ; Applied ecology ; Assam ; Conflict ; Elephant ; Ethology ; India ; Livelihood ; Political ecology ; Relations between human and animal bodies ; Rural economy ; Rural population
  • Alcoolisme ; Assam ; Conflit ; Ecologie appliquée ; Ecologie politique ; Economie rurale ; Eléphant ; Ethologie ; Inde ; Moyens d'existence ; Population rurale ; Protection d'espace agricole ; Relation homme-animal
  • and political life through concerted interactions between humans, animals, and materials ecologizes politics, making it more attuned to the more-than-human collectivities within which material lives are lived. The paper strives towards a political ecology
  • The ecology of plant and animal introductions
  • Biogeography ; Cultural landscape ; Fauna ; Town ; Urban ecology ; Urban environment ; Zoogeography
  • Geographers have begun to consider animals and the urban moral landscape, and assess competing rubrics of planning practice as they relate to animals in the city. Together, these efforts suggest a research agenda for urban geographers interested
  • in human-animal relations, that may help bridge gaps between human and physical geography, and propel the study of nature-society relations to the fore in urban geography.
  • Translation of the book by the Hungarian-born American professor of zoology and ornithology, enlarged and improved. Attention is given to the ecological, historical and evolutional implications of animal distribution. Geographical distribution
  • is the result of the evolutional unity of animal and its environment. The principles of dynamic zoogeography are supported by ample evidence. (DLO).
  • Circulating elephants : unpacking the geographies of a cosmopolitan animal
  • Elephant ; Human ecology ; India ; Mobility ; Relations between human and animal bodies ; United Kingdom
  • Cosmopolitanisme ; Ecologie humaine ; Eléphant ; Inde ; Mobilité ; Relation homme-animal ; Royaume-Uni
  • This paper seeks to develop a ‘more-than-human’ cosmopolitanism that accounts for the presence of nonhuman animals and entities in stories of circulation and contact. Through a multi-sited ethnography of elephant conservation in India and the UK
  • , the paper illustrates how animals become participants in forging connections across difference. Through their circulation, elephants become cosmopolitan, present in diverse cultures and serving banal global consumption. The paper then illustrates how
  • Putting animals back together, taking commodities apart
  • Animal de companie ; Bioéconomie ; Commerce ; Démarchandisation ; Economie ; Ethique ; Marchandisation ; Marchandise ; Nicaragua ; Relation homme-animal ; Réhabilitation
  • Commodification ; Commodity ; Economy ; Ethics ; Nicaragua ; Rehabilitation ; Relations between human and animal bodies ; Trade
  • , as well as their ecological and ethical stakes, concluding by suggesting that the collapse of the culture–nature dualism should not preclude acknowledgment of nonhuman animals’ wildness and the violence that can attend its attrition.
  • Differentiated circuits : the ecologies of knowing and securing life
  • Avian influenza ; Biosecurity ; Disease ; Human ecology ; Knowledge ; Monitoring ; Relations between human and animal bodies ; Security ; United Kingdom
  • Biosécurité ; Connaissance ; Ecologie humaine ; Grippe aviaire ; Maladie ; Relation homme-animal ; Royaume-Uni ; Surveillance ; Sécurité
  • L'animal et les enjeux historiques et contemporains de l'aménagement de l'espace montagnard dans les Pyrénées occidentales
  • Aménagement régional ; Aquitaine ; Comportement ; Comportement territorial ; Ecologie ; France ; Montagne ; Perception ; Perception de l'environnement ; Pyrénées ; Pyrénées-Atlantiques ; Relation homme-environnement ; Relation société-animal
  • Aquitaine ; Behaviour ; Ecology ; Environmental perception ; France ; Man-environment relations ; Mountain ; Perception ; Pyrénées ; Pyrénées-Atlantiques ; Regional planning ; Rural society ; Territorial behaviour
  • Dans les Pyrénées, la survivance de l'activité pastorale, l'importance de la chasse et les enjeux actuels de la protection de l'ours font de certaines vallées des zones d'observation privilégiées des rapports société/animal. Marquant de son
  • omniprésence les représentations symboliques et sociales de la nature, l'animal est un élément essentiel de compréhension des relations des hommes avec leur environnement. - (MCC)
  • Bringing the animals back in
  • Animaux ; Biodiversité ; Ecologie ; Perception ; Relation homme-animal ; Vie sauvage ; Zoogéographie
  • Biodiversity ; Ecology ; Perception ; Zoogeography
  • Animating landscape. Theme issue
  • Colonialisme ; Ecologie du paysage ; Paysage ; Paysage culturel ; Paysage naturel ; Philosophie ; Phénoménologie ; Relation homme-animal ; Topologie
  • Colonialism ; Cultural landscape ; Landscape ; Landscape ecology ; Natural landscape ; Philosophy ; Topology
  • The role of animals in an arid ecosystem: snails and isopods as controllers of soil formation, erosion and desalinization
  • The AA. use the snails and isopods as case studies to examine: 1) the relationships between activities of animals and abiotic resource dynamics. Here the concept of ecological flow chains is used to explicitly interrelate the flows of energy
  • and materials controlled by biotic and abiotic factors; 2) the relationship between animal density to the spatial and temporal dynamics of soil formation.
  • Some aspects of the ecology of the stink-ant Paltothyreus tarsatus (Fab.) in Uganda
  • Activité fouisseuse ; Animal fouisseur ; Expérimentation ; Géographie de l'Afrique ; Ouganda ; Sol ; Termite ; Variation saisonnière
  • Ecological imperialism : the biological expansion of Europe, 900-1900.
  • European displacement and replacement of the native peoples in the temperate zones of North and South America, Australia and New Zealand were more a matter of the introduction and spread of plants, animals, and diseases than of military conquest
  • Bio-geo-graphy: landscape, dwelling, and the political ecology of human–elephant
  • Assam ; Biogeography ; Cohabitation ; Crop ; Ecology ; Elephant ; Forest ; India ; Landscape ; Political ecology
  • Drawing upon postcolonial environmental history, animal ecology, and more-than-human geography, this paper examines how humans and elephants cohabit with and against the grain of cartographic design in Assam. It conceptualises and deploys
  • a methodology of ‘tracking’ through which archival material, elephant ecology, and voices of the marginalised can be integrated and mapped. It concludes by discussing the implications of this work for fostering new conversations between more-than-human geography
  • and subaltern political ecology.
  • Production and consumption of animal feed, 1966-1984
  • Forage feeds, cercals used for animal feed and by-products of cereal and sugar beet processing, protein animal feeding stuffs, industrial animal feed, exports and imports of animal feed, consumption.
  • Biometeorology and animal protein production : the case of arid lands
  • Applied climatology ; Aquaculture ; Arid lands ; Bioclimatology ; Fishery;Fishing ; Food ; Food resources ; Livestock farming ; Pastoralism ; Productivity ; Quantitative ecology
  • Burrowing animal ; Geo-ecology ; Geomorphology ; Mammal ; Sedimentation ; Weathering ; Zoology
  • Animal fouisseur ; Géo-écologie ; Géomorphologie ; Mammifère ; Météorisation ; Nanorelief ; Sédimentation ; Zoologie
  • The econo-techno-social design of invasive animal management: costs and benefits or beneficiaries and benefactors?
  • The A. examines the econo-techno-social design of invasive animal management in Far North Queensland through the costs and benefits or beneficiaries and benefactors approaches. He shows how the two management techniques (bounty systems of payment
  • for feral pig control and a community-based feral pig trapping program)reshape important social and cultural processes through their overlapping technological and economic elements. He argues that ecological-economic theories of pest management may