A Land Between Waters: Environmental Histories of Modern Mexico

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Mexico is one of the most ecologically diverse nations on the planet, with landscapes that range from rainforests to deserts and from small villages to the continent's largest metropolis. Yet historians are only beginning to understand how people's use of the land, extraction of its resources, and attempts to conserve it have shaped both the landscape and its inhabitants. A Land Between Waters explores the relationship between the people and the environment in Mexico. It heralds the arrival of environmental history as a ...

A Land Between Waters: Environmental Histories of Modern Mexico 2014, University of Arizona Press, Tucson

ISBN-13: 9780816531394

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A Land Between Waters: Environmental Histories of Modern Mexico 2012, University of Arizona Press, Tucson

ISBN-13: 9780816502493

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