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Vol.8 No.1, February 2002

Did they Really Hate Trees? Attitudes of Farmers, Tourists and Naturalists towards Nature in the Rainforests of Eastern Australia. Warwick Frost

Subaltern Environmentalism in the United States: A Historiographic Review. Michael Egan

Extreme Weather and the Energy Metabolism of the City . Raymond Murphy

Everything Circulates: Agricultural Chemistry and Recycling Theories in the Second Half of the Nineteenth Century. Erland Marald

Floating Timber in Northern Sweden: The Construction of Floatways and Transformation of Rivers. Erik Tornlund and Lars Ostlund

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Vol.8 No.2, May 2002

Histories of Protected Areas: Internationalisation of Conservationist Values and their Adoption in the Netherlands Indies (Indonesia). Paul Jepson and Robert Whitaker

Medieval Slash-and-Burn Cultivation: Strategic or Adapted Land Use in the Swedish Mining District?. Marie Emanuelsson

From Myths to Rules: The Evolution of Local Management in the Amazonian Floodplain. Fabio de Castro

Co-Management of Natural Resources: The Long View from Northwestern Spain. David Guillet


Vol.8 No.3, August 2002

Environmental History of Marine Mammal Exploitation in Trinidad and Tobago, W.I., and its Ecological Impact. Aldemaro Romero, Ruth Baker, Joel E. Cresswell, Anuradha Singh, Annabelle McKie and Michael Manna

Native Forest and the Rise of Preservation in New Zealand (1903-1913). Paul Star

Water Quality as Property: Industrial Water Pollution and Common Law in the Nineteenth Century United States. Jouni Paavola

Narratives of Rights: Codifying People and Land in Early Nineteenth-Century Nilgiris. Gunnel Cederlöf


Vol.8 No.4, November 2002

The Paradox of Smokeless Fuels: Gas, Coke and the Environment in Britain, 1813-1949 Peter Thorsheim

Forestry and Flooding in the Annecy Petit Lac Catchment, Haute-Savoie 1730-2000 D.S. Crook, D.J. Siddle, R.T. Jones, J.A. Dearing, G.C. Foster and R. Thompson

Draining the Marshlands, Disciplining the Masses: The Linth Valley Hydro Engineering Scheme (1807-1823) and the Genesis of Swiss National Unity Daniel Speich

The Grey Seal in Britain: A Twentieth Century History of a Nature Conservation Success Robert A. Lambert

Arabic Treatises on Environmental Pollution up to the End of the Thirteenth Century Lutfallah Gari

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