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Vol.11 No.1, February 2005

'Free, Bold, Joyous': The Love of Seaweed in Margaret Gatty and Other Mid-Victorian Writers. Stephen E. Hunt

A Soil Conservation Safari: Hugh Bennett's 1944 Visit to South Africa. Belinda Dodson

Hugh Cleghorn and Forest Conservancy in India. Pallavi Das

'A Convulsed and Magic Country': Tourism and Resource Histories in the Mexican Caribbean. Michael Redclift

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Vol.11 No.2, May 2005

How the Coast Became High: An Historical Introduction to the High Coast (Hoega kusten) World Heritage Site in Sweden. Christer Nordlund

If John Muir Had Been an Agrarian: American Environmental History West and South. Mart A. Stewart

Overseeing the Family of Whitefishes: The Priorities and Debates of Coregonid Management on America's Great Lakes, 1870-2000. Michael J. Chiarappa

Deforestation, Forest Transitions, and Institutions for Sustainability in Southeastern Mexico, 1900-2000. David Barton Bray and Peter Klepeis


Vol.11 No.3, August 2005

Antecedents to the Community Wildlife Conservation Programme in Kenya, 1946-1964. Reuben Matheka

Hunting Narratives of the Age of Empire: A Gender Reading of Their Iconography. Karen Wonders

The Last European Landscape to be Colonised: A Case Study of Land-Use Change in the Far North of Sweden 1850-1930. Rikard Andersson, Lars Östlund and Erik Törnlund

Public Works in an Autocratic State: Water Supplies in an Imperial Russian Town. Alison K. Smith


Vol.11 No.4, November 2005

Working in the Mangroves and Beyond: Scientific Forestry and the Labour Question in Early Colonial Tanzania. Thaddeus Sunseri

Was Brazilian Industrialisation Fuelled by Wood? Evaluating the Wood Hypothesis, 1900-1960. Christian Brannstrom

A Dense and Sickly Mist from Thousands of Bog Fires: An Attempt to Compare the Energy Consumption in Slash-and-Burn Cultivation and Burning Cultivation of Peatlands in Finland in 1820-1920. Jan Kunnas

Reconciling Foreshore Development and Dune Erosion on Three Queensland Beaches: An Historical Perspective. Mike Danaher

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