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  • Geography as landscape ecology
  • Concept ; Denmark ; Ecology ; Geographic school ; Geography ; Human ecology ; Land use ; Landscape ; Landscape structure ; Sustainable development
  • The tradition of geography as human ecology introduced to Danish geography by Sofus Christiansen is taken as a departure for an evaluation of present endeavour to promote geography as landscape ecology. The modest role in human ecology of human
  • adaptation to landscape structure and dynamics is stressed. The challenge for geography in the development of a transdisciplinary landscape ecology as foundation for the planning and management of landscape ecological aspects of local and regional
  • Human geography and the new ecology: the prospect and promise of integration
  • Biodiversity ; Concept ; Ecology ; Environment ; Human geography ; Man-environment relations ; Research
  • The new ecology underscores the role of nonequilibrium conditions in biophysical environments, a reorientation of biological ecology based in part of biogeography. Its implications for the analysis of these environments are described. Certain key
  • ecological postulates are reformulated.
  • A review of political ecology. Issues, epistemology and analytical narratives
  • Environment ; Environmental conservation ; Epistemology ; Human ecology ; Man-environment relations ; Radical geography
  • The paper includes the following chapters : 1. Political ecology : all things to all people ? 2. Issues, narratives and epistemologies. 3. Disjunctures. 4. Cartography of political ecology. 5. Analytical narratives for political ecology. 6. Post
  • -structural political ecology. - (MT)
  • Applied ecology ; Concept ; Ecological crisis ; Ecology ; Environment ; Epistemology ; Global environment ; History of sciences ; Human ecology ; Ideology ; Philosophy of sciences ; Value system
  • Human ecology and island populations: the problems of change in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • Human geography
  • Robert Park's human ecology and human geography
  • Factorial ecology in space and time
  • Human geography
  • Areal studies, ecological studies, and social patterns in cities
  • Human geography
  • The rural ecology of the British drought of 1975-1976
  • Human geography
  • Some ecological aspects of coastal development
  • Human geography
  • The human ecology of Global Change : unresolved questions 1) in Global Change.
  • of these early planning efforts through a discussion of the major unresolved questions relating to the human ecology of global change.
  • Several national and international programs are beginning to plan systematic research strategies for better understanding the interactions : human activity/geosphere-biosphere system. This paper attempts to review and summarize the major conclusions
  • Human ecology and biomedical research: a critical review of the International Biological Programme in New Guinea in Subsistence and survival: rural ecology in the Pacific.
  • The human factor in ecological history in Desertification and development: dryland ecology in social perspective.
  • 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.
  • Event ecology, causal historical analysis, and human-environment research
  • Ecology ; Epistemology ; Human ecology ; Inter-disciplinary approach ; Man-environment relations ; Political ecology ; Social sciences
  • Ecology ; Landscape ecology ; Landscape structure ; Slovenia ; Zoning
  • The landscape-ecological methodological approach is due to its holistic approach most suitable for the study of relations between separate landscape-ecological units and their impacts on land-use and human activities. The Upper Gorenjska region
  • was divided into 5 landscape-ecological types and 19 landscape-ecological units. Landscape-ecological types and landscape-ecological units showed a high inner differentiation of the studied area, which is not clearly detected in the existing territorial units
  • , such as cadastral districts, councils, etc. The homogeneity of landscape-ecological types and landscape-ecological units enabled a simpler interpretation of the obtained data and, in turn, better results. - (IKR)
  • The Hazleton ecological land planning study: human adaptations in a rural and urban environment: the basis for possible future land use patterns
  • Human geography
  • An emerging human ecology: a review article
  • Human geography
  • 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
  • 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
  • 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