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Vol.22 No.1, February 2016

Taylor's Valley: What the History of Antarctica's 'Heroic Era' Can Contribute to Contemporary Ecological Research in the McMurdo Dry Valleys. Adrian Howkins

Star Path to a New World: Reappraising an Account of a Polynesian Voyage to the American Continent from an Environmental History Perspective. Vincent Clement

Crisis and Opportunity: Environmental NGOs, Debt-for-Nature Swaps, and the Rise of 'People-Centred' Conservation. Stephen Macekura

Past Management of Energy Demand: Promotion and Adoption of Electric Heating in Britain 1945-1964. Anna Carlsson-Hyslop

Danger and Displacement in the Dollard: The 1509 Flooding of the Dollard Sea (Groningen) and its Impact on Long-Term Inequality in the Distribution of Property. Daniel R. Curtis

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Sunhild Kleingärtner, Timothy P. Newfield, Sébastien Rossignol and Donat Wehner (eds.), Landscapes and Societies in Medieval Europe East of the Elbe: Interactions Between Environmental Settings and Cultural Transformations (James P. Bowen)
Marco Armiero and Lise Sedrez, eds., A History of Environmentalism: Local Struggles, Global Histories (Miles A. Powell)
Joni Seager, Carson's Silent Spring (Mark H. Lytle)
Martin Drenthen and Josef Keulartz (eds.), Environmental Aesthetics: Crossing Divides and Breaking Ground (Ewan J. Woodley)

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Vol.22 No.2, May 2016

‘The Country is Greatly Injured’: Human-Animal Relationships, Ecology and the Fate of Empire in the Eighteenth Century Mississippi Valley Borderlands. Robert Michael Morrissey

How Many Wolves Does it Take to Protect the Population? Minimum Viable Population Size as a Technology of Government in Endangered Species Management (Norway, 1970s–2000s). Håkon B. Stokland

Birds in Portuguese Literature. Ana Isabel Queiroz and Filipa Soares

Faire mieux que la nature? The History of Eel Restocking in Europe. Willem Dekker and Laurent Beaulaton

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Andrew Needham, Power Lines: Phoenix and the Making of the Modern Southwest (Ryan Driskell Tate)
Kurkpatrick Dorsey, Whales and Nations: Environmental Diplomacy on the High Seas (Miles A. Powell)
Jennifer L. Bonnell, Reclaiming the Don: An Environmental History of Toronto's Don River Valley (Stephane Castonguay)
Ian Tyrrell, Crisis of the Wasteful Nation: Empire and Conservation in Theodore Roosevelt's America (Char Miller)

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Vol.22 No.3, August 2016

Indigenous Trees and Forests: Contradictions, Conflict and Conservation in Natal and Zululand (1900-1960). Harald Witt

'Original Lords of the Soil'? The Erosion of Amerindian Territorial Rights in Guyana. Janette Bulkan

Australian Aboriginal Traditions about Coastal Change Reconciled with Postglacial Sea-Level History: A First Synthesis. Patrick D. Nunn

The Entangled Relations of Humans and Nile Crocodiles in Africa, c.1840-1992. Simon Pooley

People in Peril, Environments at Risk: Coolies, Tigers, and Colonial Singapore's Ecology of Poverty. Miles Alexander Powell

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Brett M. Bennett and Joseph M. Hodge, eds., Science and Empire: Knowledge and Networks Across the British Empire, 1800-1970 (James Beattie)
Dewey W. Hall, Romantic Naturalists, Early Environmentalists: An Ecocritical Study, 1789-1912 (Angela Byrne)
Matthew Kelly, Quartz and Feldspar: Dartmoor - A British Landscape in Modern Times (Andrew Fleming)

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Vol.22 No.4, November 2016

Anti-Nuclear Mobilisation and Environmentalism in Europe: A View from Portugal (1976-1986). Stefania Barca, Ana Delicado

Sic utere tuo ut alienam non laedas. From Wanton Destruction of Timber Forests to Environmentalism: The Rise of Colonial Environmental and 'Sustainability' Practices in Colonial Zimbabwe, 1938-1961. Muchaparara Musemwa

Swedish Forestry, Forest Pasture Grazing by Livestock, and Game Browsing Pressure Since 1900. Örjan Kardell

'Dust Bowls', TVAs and Snowy River Waters: John Heyer, The Valley is Ours and an Early Post-War 'Image of Australia'. Janette-Susan Bailey

'In Sight, Insane': Animal Agency, Captivity and the Frozen Wilderness in the Late-Twentieth Century. Andrew Flack

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Ashley Carse, Beyond the Big Ditch: Politics, Ecology, and Infrastructure at the Panama Canal (Randall S. Dills)
Liza Piper and Lisa Szabo-Jones, eds., Sustaining the West: Cultural Responses to Canadian Environments (Laura Larsen)
Thomas Trautmann, Elephants and Kings: An Environmental History (Jacob Shell)
Philip Taylor, The Khmer Lands of Vietnam: Environment, Cosmology and Sovereignty (David Biggs)

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