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Making Rocky Mountain National Park: The Environmental History of an American Treasure

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Frank, Jerry J.
Title: Making Rocky Mountain National Park: The Environmental History of an American Treasure
Publisher: University Press of Kansas
Place of Publication: Lawrence
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xiv + 253 pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliography, index.
Abstract: An environmental history of Rocky Mountain National Park, founded in Colorado in 1915. Explores the history of efforts to create the park, which was designed to attract more tourists to the state. Also looks at one hundred years of park management strategy, as well as the evolution in tensions between tourism and ecology.
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Canoe Nation: Nature, Race, and the Making of a Canadian Icon

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Erickson, Bruce
Title: Canoe Nation: Nature, Race, and the Making of a Canadian Icon
Publisher: UBC Press
Place of Publication: Vancouver
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xvi + 232 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, bibliography, index.
Abstract: A study of the importance of the canoe within Canadian history and culture. Examines the use of the symbol of the canoe to legitimize a particular vision of Canada that oftentimes runs counter to the actual historical record.
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Loving Nature, Fearing the State: Environmentalism and Antigovernment Politics before Reagan

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Drake, Brian Allen
Title: Loving Nature, Fearing the State: Environmentalism and Antigovernment Politics before Reagan
Publisher: University of Washington Press
Place of Publication: Seattle
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xv + 245 pp. Notes, bibliography, index.
Abstract: Explores the conservative environmental tradition found in postwar American politics. Examines the complexities of working towards limiting government power while also protecting natural landscapes, as well as conservative resistance to the idea that the federal government provides the best means of protecting the American environment. Looks at topics such as the wilderness protection campaigns of Barry Goldwater, resistance to government-sponsored public health campaigns such as fluoridation, and the economic theories of free-market environmentalists.
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Power from the North: Territory, Identity, and the Culture of Hydroelectricity in Quebec

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Desbiens, Caroline
Title: Power from the North: Territory, Identity, and the Culture of Hydroelectricity in Quebec
Publisher: UBC Press
Place of Publication: Vancouver
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xxiii + 281 pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliography, index.
Abstract: Looks at how a culture of hydroelectricity in northern Quebec helped shape the region’s natural landscape during the 1970s and 1980s. Examines the impacts of the James Bay Hydroelectric Project and the construction of dams on the La Grande River.
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Gambling on Ore: The Nature of Metal Mining in the United States, 1860-1910

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Curtis, Kent A.
Title: Gambling on Ore: The Nature of Metal Mining in the United States, 1860-1910
Publisher: University Press of Colorado
Place of Publication: Boulder
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xv + 232 pp. Illustrations, figures, bibliography, index.
Abstract: A history of the development of the mining industry in the western United States from 1860 to 1910. Focuses on Montana as a representative case study of mining developments in the broader American West. Looks at the evolution of mining practices from the gold rush, to silver lode mining, to, low-grade copper production, to corporate consolidation and modernization. Documents social conflicts as well as the environmental impacts on the western landscape.
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Taken By Storm, 1938: A Social and Meteorological History of the Great New England Hurricane

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Aviles, Lourdes B.
Title: Taken By Storm, 1938: A Social and Meteorological History of the Great New England Hurricane
Publisher: American Meteorological Society
Place of Publication: Boston
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xviii + 265 pp. Illustrations, maps, figures, tables, notes, bibliography, index.
Abstract: A social, scientific, and environmental history of the Great New England Hurricane of 1938. Discusses the growth and movement of the storm, failures by the Weather Bureau to accurately predict the hurricane’s path, and its severe impact on the people and landscape of the United States Northeast.
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Crossing the Bay of Bengal: The Furies of Nature and the Fortunes of Migrants

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Amrith, Sunil S.
Title: Crossing the Bay of Bengal: The Furies of Nature and the Fortunes of Migrants
Publisher: Harvard University Press
Place of Publication: Cambridge
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: 353 pp. Illustrations, notes, index.
Abstract: Provides an environmental history of the Bay of Bengal, from the fifteenth through twentieth centuries. Looks at the Bay’s importance to maritime trade, transportation, its role in warfare, and the development of ports in the countries it borders: India, Bangladesh, Burma, Sri Lanka, Thailand, and Malaysia. Also examines the more recent environmental pressures that have negatively impacted the Bay of Bengal.
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Down by the Bay: San Francisco’s History Between the Tides

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Booker, Matthew Morse
Title: Down by the Bay: San Francisco’s History Between the Tides
Publisher: University of California Press
Place of Publication: Berkeley
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xiii + 278 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, bibliography, index.
Abstract: An environmental history of San Francisco Bay, focusing on human impacts over the nineteenth and twentieth centuries. Examines the use of the bay ecosystem by fishermen, farmers, oyster harvesters, salt producers, and modern developers. Documents the history of the San Francisco Bay as a unique natural and human landscape.
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North Carolina’s Hurricane History

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Barnes, Jay
Title: North Carolina’s Hurricane History
Publisher: University of North Carolina Press
Place of Publication: Chapel Hill
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: 335 pp. Illustrations, maps, index.
Abstract: Examines over fifty great storms that have impacted North Carolina from the sixteenth century through 2012. Uses news reports, National Weather Service data, and eyewitness accounts to detail the devastating effects of hurricanes in the state. Examines the human, economic, and environmental impacts of infamous storms such as Hazel, Hugo, Fran, and more.
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After the Grizzly: Endangered Species and the Politics of Place in California

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Alagona, Peter S.
Title: After the Grizzly: Endangered Species and the Politics of Place in California
Publisher: University of California Press
Place of Publication: Berkeley
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: viii + 323 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, bibliography, index.
Abstract: A history of threats to species and habitat in California from the nineteenth to twenty-first centuries. Author focuses on four high-profile endangered species: the California Condor, the Mojave desert tortoise, Delta smelt, and San Joaquin kit fox. Looks at collaboration and conflict among scientists, politicians, and conservationists over protecting natural habitats and imperiled species from human impact.
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Ancient Woodland: History, Industry and Crafts

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Rotherham, Ian D.
Title: Ancient Woodland: History, Industry and Crafts
Publisher: Shire
Place of Publication: oxford
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: 64 pp. Illustrations, index.
Abstract: Examines the history of woodland use in Great Britain, from medieval times to the twentieth century. Looks at forest use and wood industries such as coppicing, charcoal, leather tanning, basket making, and more.
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The Hub’s Metropolis: Greater Boston’s Development from Railroad Suburbs to Smart Growth

Record Type: Book
Author(s): O’Connell, James C.
Title: The Hub’s Metropolis: Greater Boston’s Development from Railroad Suburbs to Smart Growth
Publisher: MIT Press
Place of Publication: Cambridge
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xiii + 326 pp. Illustrations, maps, figures, maps, notes, index.
Abstract: A detailed history of Boston’s suburban development, from the early nineteenth century through 2012. Examines the various layers of suburban development around Boston, such as early country retreats, railroad suburbs, streetcar suburbs, parkway suburbs, mill towns, sprawl, and smart growth.
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Forgotten Grasslands of the South: Natural History and Conservation

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Noss, Reed F.
Title: Forgotten Grasslands of the South: Natural History and Conservation
Publisher: Island Press
Place of Publication: Washington, DC
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xviii + 317 pp. Illustrations, maps, figures, tables, bibliography, index.
Abstract: A thorough examination of the grassland ecosystems of the American South. Documents the natural and ecological history of the southeastern grasslands, as well as human impact. Also discusses strategies for the conservation of this disappearing landscape.
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Aldo Leopold: A Sand County Almanac & Other Writings on Conservation and Ecology

Record Type: Book
Editor(s): Meine, Curt D.
Title: Aldo Leopold: A Sand County Almanac & Other Writings on Conservation and Ecology
Publisher: Library of America
Place of Publication: New York
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xvi + 931 pp. Illustrations, notes, index.
Abstract: A collection of writings and correspondence by American ecologist Aldo Leopold (1886-1948) supplemented by a chronology and notes by the editor.
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Backcountry Lawman: True Stories from a Florida Game Warden

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Lee, Bob H.
Title: Backcountry Lawman: True Stories from a Florida Game Warden
Publisher: University Press of Florida
Place of Publication: Gainesville
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xiii + 248 pp. Illustrations, figures, index.
Abstract: The author recounts his work as a fish and wildlife law enforcement officer in northeast Florida between 1977 and 2007. Discusses his work battling illegal fishing, poaching, environmental violations and more as a backcountry Florida game warden.
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The City Natural: Garden and Forest Magazine and the Rise of American Environmentalism

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Hou, Shen
Title: The City Natural: Garden and Forest Magazine and the Rise of American Environmentalism
Publisher: University of Pittsburgh Press
Place of Publication: Pittsburgh
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xiv + 240 pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliography, index.
Abstract: A history of “Garden and Forest” magazine, which was published from 1888 to 1897, and had a profound influence on the future of American environmentalism. Examines the publication’s impact on botany, horticulture, landscape architecture, and forestry, as well as how it shaped public opinion on access to nature. Includes a foreword by Donald Worster.
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The Genius of Earth Day: How a 1970 Teach-In Unexpectedly Made the First Green Generation

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Rome, Adam
Title: The Genius of Earth Day: How a 1970 Teach-In Unexpectedly Made the First Green Generation
Publisher: Hill and Wang
Place of Publication: New York
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xi + 346 pp. Illustrations, notes, index.
Abstract: A detailed analysis of the impact and legacy of the first Earth Day celebrations in 1970. Examines the organizers, speakers, and events surrounding the first Earth Day, and their profound influence on American environmental policy, awareness, and activism.
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Trees, Forested Landscapes and Grazing Animals: A European Perspective on Woodlands and Grazed Treescapes

Record Type: Book
Editor(s): Rotherham, Ian D.
Title: Trees, Forested Landscapes and Grazing Animals: A European Perspective on Woodlands and Grazed Treescapes
Publisher: Routledge
Place of Publication: New York
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xviii + 412 pp. Illustrations, maps, figures, tables, index.
Abstract: This collection of essays examines European grazed tree landscapes, and the implications of the past in shaping the present environment. Looks at the influence of grazing animals on forest landscapes throughout Europe. Includes case studies of woodlands in Scotland, the Eastern Mediterranean, and England.
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Changing Lanes: Visions and Histories of Urban Freeways

Record Type: Book
Author(s): DiMento, Joseph F. C. and Cliff Ellis
Title: Changing Lanes: Visions and Histories of Urban Freeways
Publisher: MIT Press
Place of Publication: Cambridge
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xiii + 361 pp. Illustrations, figures, maps, notes, bibliography, index.
Abstract: Examines the evolution of the urban freeway in the United States from the 1930s through the end of the twentieth century. Documents the work of urban planners, engineers, landscape architects, and others, as well as conflicts over urban renewal, resident displacement, environmental impact, and more. Focuses on urban freeway construction in Los Angeles, California, Syracuse, New York, and Memphis, Tennessee.
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Greening Berlin: The Co-Production of Science, Politics, and Urban Nature

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Lachmund, Jens
Title: Greening Berlin: The Co-Production of Science, Politics, and Urban Nature
Publisher: MIT Press
Place of Publication: Cambridge
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: 320 pp. Illustrations, notes, bibliography, index.
Abstract: Studies the political, social, and scientific dynamics that produced a movement towards nature protection in Berlin, Germany, from the late nineteenth through the late twentieth centuries. Discusses the historic traditions of urban greening in Berlin, along with the nature conservation movement which emerged following World War II. Reveals how species protection became the common focus of various groups, and how that led to new approaches towards urban planning.
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Traveling the Power Line: From the Mojave Desert to the Bay of Fundy

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Couch, Julianne
Title: Traveling the Power Line: From the Mojave Desert to the Bay of Fundy
Publisher: University of Nebraska Press
Place of Publication: Lincoln
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xx + 211 pp. Bibliography.
Abstract: Examines power production in the United States through nine individual sites, such as a geothermal plant in the Mojave Desert, a nuclear plant in Nebraska, a coal plant in Wyoming, a Maine tidal-power project, and more. Looks at the production and consumption of energy on the local level, as well as its impact on the environment and landscape.
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Forest Management for All: State and Private Forestry in the U.S. Forest Service

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Bramwell, Lincoln
Title: Forest Management for All: State and Private Forestry in the U.S. Forest Service
Publisher: Forest History Society
Place of Publication: Durham
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: 103 pp. Illustrations, maps, notes, index.
Abstract: The State and Private Forestry branch of the U.S. Forest Service was established by Gifford Pinchot in 1908. This work looks at the branch’s history, from its creation to the twenty-first century, discussing how the branch has worked cooperatively to provide expertise, programs, and funding to help landowners conserve and manage their forestlands.
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A Land Between Waters: Environmental Histories of Modern Mexico

Record Type: Book
Editor(s): Boyer, Christopher R.
Title: A Land Between Waters: Environmental Histories of Modern Mexico
Publisher: University of Arizona Press
Place of Publication: Tucson
Date of Publication: 2012
Description: viii + 307 pp. Illustrations, maps, figures, tables, index.
Abstract: A collection of original works exploring the relationship between people and the environment in Mexico from the eighteenth century through the end of the twentieth century. Topics include agricultural practices, forest conservation, urban parks, water resources, and much more.
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Wilderness and Waterpower: How Banff National Park Became a Hydroelectric Storage Reservoir

Record Type: Book
Author(s): Armstrong, Christopher and H.V. Nelles
Title: Wilderness and Waterpower: How Banff National Park Became a Hydroelectric Storage Reservoir
Publisher: University of Calgary Press
Place of Publication: Calgary
Date of Publication: 2013
Description: xviii + 267 pp. Illustrations, maps, figures, notes, index.
Abstract: Looks at how the need for electricity influenced the development of Banff National Park in Alberta, Canada, during the early twentieth century. Examines the struggles between wilderness preservationists and hydroelectric developers, as well as debates over the purpose of national parks. Details the Calgary Power Company’s need to modify the Bow River watershed within the park.
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Pesticides and the British Environment: An Agricultural Perspective

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Sheail, John
Title: "Pesticides and the British Environment: An Agricultural Perspective"
Journal: Environment and History
Publication Info: Vol. 19 (February): 87-108 pp.
Date of Publication: 2013
Abstract: Discusses the environmental impact of the use of pesticides by British farmers during the 1950s and 1960s. Looks at public awareness and opposition to pesticides in agriculture due to perceived harmful side-effects.

Explaining an Unstable Landscape: Claiming the Islands of the Early-Modern Rhone

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Reynard, Pierre Claude
Title: "Explaining an Unstable Landscape: Claiming the Islands of the Early-Modern Rhone"
Journal: Environment and History
Publication Info: Vol. 19 (February): 39-61 pp.
Date of Publication: 2013
Abstract: Examines disputes over land along the reshaped shoreline of the Rhone River in France between the seventeenth and nineteenth centuries. Powerful floods during this time period destroyed and created hundreds of small islands in the river.

Loveliness but with an Edge: Looking at the Smoky Mountains, 1920–1945

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Slavishak, Edward
Title: "Loveliness but with an Edge: Looking at the Smoky Mountains, 1920–1945"
Journal: Journal of Social History
Publication Info: Vol. 45 (Summer): 1074-1096 pp.
Date of Publication: 2012
Abstract: Examines the formation of ways of viewing the Smoky Mountains by various groups including tourists, recreationists, boosters, and other groups, in the years following World War I.

‘Streams Being Ruined from a Salmon Producing Standpoint’: Clearcutting, Fish Habitat, and Forest Regulation in British Columbia, 1900-45

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Rajala, Richard
Title: "’Streams Being Ruined from a Salmon Producing Standpoint’: Clearcutting, Fish Habitat, and Forest Regulation in British Columbia, 1900-45"
Journal: BC Studies
Publication Info: Vol. 176 (Winter): 93-132 pp.
Date of Publication: 2012/2013
Abstract: Analyzes the interactions and conflict between forestry and fisheries in British Columbia during the first half of the twentieth century. Looks at fish habitat degradation, attempts at regulatory action, and the work of local forest managers and fisheries officials.

A River Runs Through Penn’s Woods: Tracing the Mighty Schylkill

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Wenner, Joan
Title: "A River Runs Through Penn’s Woods: Tracing the Mighty Schylkill"
Journal: Pennsylvania Heritage
Publication Info: Vol. 29 (Spring): 22-31 pp.
Date of Publication: 2013
Abstract: An environmental history of the Schuylkill River in Pennsylvania from the eighteenth to twenty-first centuries. Discusses the river’s use as means of transportation, center of industry, source of fish, and conservation efforts.

Experts and the Environment–The UK Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution 1970-2011

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Owens, Susan
Title: "Experts and the Environment–The UK Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution 1970-2011"
Journal: Journal of Environmental Law
Publication Info: Vol. 24 (1): 1-22 pp.
Date of Publication: 2012
Abstract: Examines the influence of the U.K. Royal Commission on Environmental Pollution on British environmental policy and legislation between 1970 and 2011.

A Case for Subsidies? Adam Smith and the Eighteenth Century Scottish Herring Fishery

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Leazer, John
Title: "A Case for Subsidies? Adam Smith and the Eighteenth Century Scottish Herring Fishery"
Journal: The Historian
Publication Info: Vol. 75 (Spring): 47-68 pp.
Date of Publication: 2013
Abstract: Examines the late eighteenth century arguments of Adam Smith that the Scottish herring industry was inefficient and not worth subsidizing. Later studies, though, showed the subsidy program to be beneficial as it created a successful new fishing industry.

Oklahoma City’s McKinley Park: The Little Park that Raised a Ruckus

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Nelson, Darin
Title: "Oklahoma City’s McKinley Park: The Little Park that Raised a Ruckus"
Journal: Chronicles of Oklahoma
Publication Info: Vol. 90 (Winter): 462-476 pp.
Date of Publication: 2012-2013
Abstract: Looks at the creation of McKinley Park in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma, during the 1920s and 1930s. Examines collaborations between the public and private sector to form a desirable park from an abandoned excavation site.

Mining the Boreal North

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Langston, Nancy
Title: "Mining the Boreal North"
Journal: American Scientist
Publication Info: Vol. 101 (March-April): 98-102 pp.
Date of Publication: 2013
Abstract: Sami people in the region of northern Norway, Sweden, Finland, and the Kola Peninsula of Russia have long maintained a close relationship with reindeer. Since the early twentieth century resource extraction has reduced the amount of land available for grazing and the Sami people have often been ignored in discussions of how to exploit the timber and minerals of the northern wilderness.

The New Economics of North American Arctic Oil

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Lajeunesse, Adam
Title: "The New Economics of North American Arctic Oil"
Journal: American Review of Canadian Studies
Publication Info: Vol. 43 (March): 107-122 pp.
Date of Publication: 2013
Abstract: Examines oil and gas exploration in the North American Arctic over the late twentieth and early twenty-first century. Looks at the changes in both the Arctic environment and the global energy environment, arguing that the North American Arctic will see sustained oil development over the twenty-first century.

Ephemeral City: Design and Civic Meaning at the 1904 World’s Fair

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Heathcott, Joseph
Title: "Ephemeral City: Design and Civic Meaning at the 1904 World’s Fair"
Journal: Journal of Design History
Publication Info: Vol. 26 (February): 25-46 pp.
Date of Publication: 2013
Abstract: Argues that the 1904 World’s Fair held in St. Louis, Missouri, used architecture, landscape architecture, and engineering to suggest a new civic design agenda for the twentieth century. Fair designers sought to produce a narrative of rational order, classical beauty, and progress, yet rendered their designs in temporary, non-durable materials. This left a mixed legacy on the local urban environment.

Diamond Mining in Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Colonial Continuity

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Hall, Rebecca
Title: "Diamond Mining in Canada’s Northwest Territories: A Colonial Continuity"
Journal: Antipode
Publication Info: Vol. 45 (March): 376-393 pp.
Date of Publication: 2013
Abstract: Looks at the social and environmental aspects of the extraction of diamonds in the Canadian North during late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. Author argues that the mining industry is part of Canada’s project of internal colonization of Indigenous communities.

Landscapes of Desire: Parks, Colonialism, and Identity in Victorian and Edwardian Ireland

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Brück, Joanna
Title: "Landscapes of Desire: Parks, Colonialism, and Identity in Victorian and Edwardian Ireland"
Journal: International Journal of Historical Archaeology
Publication Info: Vol. 17 (March): 196-223 pp.
Date of Publication: 2013
Abstract: Explores how Ireland’s Victorian and Edwardian public parks were landscapes in which normative models of class, gender, and colonial identities were constructed. Looks at how material items within the parks, including drinking fountains, railings, bandstands, and benches, facilitated forms of social practice.

The Rise and Demise of South Africa’s First School of Forestry

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Bennett, Brett M.
Title: "The Rise and Demise of South Africa’s First School of Forestry"
Journal: Environment and History
Publication Info: Vol. 19 (February): 63-85 pp.
Date of Publication: 2013
Abstract: A history of South Africa’s first school of forestry, which opened in 1906 and was jointly run by South African College and the Cape Colony’s Forestry Department. Examines the inter-colonial political tensions and institutional problems which led to the school’s closing only five years after opening.

The ‘English Lowlands’ and the North Sea Basin System: A History of Shared Risk

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Bankoff, Greg
Title: "The ‘English Lowlands’ and the North Sea Basin System: A History of Shared Risk"
Journal: Environment and History
Publication Info: Vol. 19 (February): 3-37 pp.
Date of Publication: 2013
Abstract: An environmental history of the North Sea Basin system, including eastern England, the Netherlands, the northwest coast of Germany, and the western coast of Denmark. Looks at response to the dynamic water system, including construction of sea dykes, river embankments, flood management, marsh drainage, and more.

‘Culling the Herd’: Eugenics and the Conservation Movement in the United States, 1900-1940

Record Type: Article
Author(s): Allen, Garland
Title: "’Culling the Herd’: Eugenics and the Conservation Movement in the United States, 1900-1940"
Journal: Journal of the History of Biology
Publication Info: Vol. 46 (February): 31-72 pp.
Date of Publication: 2013
Abstract: An examination of how the ideologies of eugenics and environmental conservation were promoted simultaneously by a number of figures in the progressive era during the first half of the twentieth century. Discusses figures such as Charles M. Goethe and Madison Grant, and how metaphors of nature supported active work in both arenas.

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