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Vol.18 No.1, February 2012

Claiming the New North: Development and Colonialism at the Pine Point Mine, Northwest Territories, Canada. John Sandlos and Arn Keeling

Endangered Species and Threatened Landscapes in Appalachia: Managing the Wild and the Human in the American Mountain South. Drew A. Swanson

Renarrating a Biological Invasion: Historical Memory, Local Communities and Ecologists. Karen Middleton

Storm Hazard and Slavery: The Impact of the 1831 Great Caribbean Hurricane on St Vincent. S. D. Smith

The Politics of the Golden River: Ruskin on Environment and the Stationary State. Graham A. Macdonald


John M. MacKenzie, Museums and Empire: Natural History, Human Cultures and Colonial Identities (James Beattie)
David Foot, Woods and People: Putting Forests on the Map (Charles Watkins)


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Vol.18 No.2, May 2012

Converging Environmental Knowledge: Re-evaluating the Birth of Modern Environmentalism in Finland. Tuomas Räsänen

Charles Elton: Pioneer Conservation Biologist. Daniel Simberloff

Special section: The Scientist as Activist

Introduction. Raf De Bont and Geert Vanpaemel

Biologists Bridging Science and the Conservation Movement: The Rise of Nature Conservation and Nature Management in the Netherlands, 1850-1950. Henny J. van der Windt

Landscapes of Nostalgia: Life Scientists and Literary Intellectuals Protecting Belgium's 'Wilderness',1900-1940. Raf de Bont and Rajesh Heynickx

Nature on the Home Front: British Ecologists' Advocacy for Science and Conservation. Stephen Bocking


Christine Keiner, The Oyster Question (Michael Paolisso)
Luigi Piccioni, Primo di cordata (Federico Paolini)
Michael Rawson, Eden on the Charles (Jacqueline Carr)
Michèle Dagenais, Montréal et l'eau (Isabelle Gournay)
Joy Parr, Sensing Changes (Silas Chamberlin)
Sarah Johnson (ed.), Landscapes (Lucy Veale)
Mahesh Rangarajan and K. Sivaramakrishnan (eds.), India's Environmental History (Heather Goodall)



Vol.18 No.3, August 2012

Environmental History of Botanical Exchanges in the Indian Ocean World. Haripriya Rangan, Judith Carney and Tim Denham

Naturalising the Exotic and Exoticising the Naturalised: Horticulture, Natural History and the Rosy Periwinkle. Helen Anne Curry

‘Order out of Chaos’: Resources, Hazards and the Production of a Tin-Mining Economy in Northern Nigeria in the Early Twentieth Century. Gavin Bridge and Tomas Frederiksen

The Anxiety of Abundance: William Stanley Jevons and Coal Scarcity in the Nineteenth Century. Nuno Luis Madureira

Exhibiting Environmental History: The Challenge of Representing Nation. Jillian Walliss


Jeffrey Jackson, Paris Under Water: How the City of Light Survived the Great Flood of 1910 (Mike Heffernan)
Della Hooke, Trees in Anglo-Saxon England: Literature, Lore and Landscape (Linda Hutton)
Innes M. Keighren, Bringing Geography to Book: Ellen Semple and the Reception of Geographical Knowledge (Janice Monk)
Sandra Swart, Riding High: Horses, Humans and History in South Africa (Anne N. Greene)
Deirdre Jackson, Lion (Jack Dillon)
Tom Howells and Duncan McCorquodale (eds.), Mapping America: Exploring the Continent (Andrew Ryder)
Jessica B. Teisch, Engineering Nature: Water, Development, and Global Spread of American Environmental Expertise (William D. Rowley)



Vol.18 No.4, November 2012

Special Places and Protected Spaces: Historical and Global Perspectives on Non-National Parks in Canada and Abroad

Introduction. Special Places and Protected Spaces: Historical and Global Perspectives on Non-National Parks in Canada and Abroad. Keith Thor Carlson and Jonathan Clapperton

Demonstration Wildlife: Negotiating the Animal Landscape of Vancouver’s Stanley Park, 1888-1996. Sean Kheraj

Desolate Viewscapes: Sliammon First Nation, Desolation Sound Marine Park and Environmental Narratives. Jonathan Clapperton

The Vicissitudes of the French Regional Park Model Illustrated through the Life History of the Morvan. Constanza Parra

Natural Parks in Portugal: A Way to Become More Ecologically Responsible? Margarida Queirós


Tom Brooking, Eric Pawson et al., Seeds of Empire: The Environmental Transformation of New Zealand (James Beattie)
Timo Myllyntaus, ed., Thinking through the Environment: Green Approaches to Global History (Richard Tucker)
Thomas D. Rogers, The Deepest Wounds: A Labor and Environmental History of Sugar in Northeast Brazil (Gail D. Triner)
Geneviève Massard-Guilbaud and Richard Rodger (eds.), Environmental and Social Justice in the City: Historical Perspectives (Barry M. Doyle)


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