The power of nature: archaeology and human-environmental dynamics
Smith, Monica L., editor
University Press of Colorado, publisher
The Power of Nature address the force and impact of nature relative to human knowledge, action, and volition. Complex case studies address the ways in which nature retains the upper hand in human agentive environmental discourse, providing a new discussion of the role of human effects on the environment.--Provided by publisher.
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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Environmental archaeology -- Case studies
Human beings -- Effect of environment on
Human beings -- Effect of climate on
Natural disasters -- Social aspects
Climatic changes -- Social aspects
Epidemics -- Social aspects
Nature -- Effect of human beings on