Soils and Societies: Perspectives from Environmental History
Described in Nature as 'a delight for the soil aficionado', this multi-authored collection examines the complex interrelations between societies in different parts of the world and the soils they relied on from the perspectives of geomorphology, archaeology, pedology and history. The geographical spread includes Mesoamerica, Africa, Europe, Australia, India and Easter Isla...more
Paperback, 384 pages
Published January 30th 2010 by White Horse Press
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