- Author:Neil Roberts
- Publisher:Blackwell Pub (June 1, 1989)
- Pages:227 pages
- Subcategory:Biological Sciences
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Neil Roberts' book on the Holocene is already a classic. The 10,000-year perspective provides stimulating and fascinating reading for all environmental professionals. Constantine N. Raphael, Eastern Michigan University.
Neil Roberts' book on the Holocene is already a classic. Most importantly, the science has been updated without changing its distinctive character. At the same time, the book has been brightened up, which makes it all the more attractive to handle and read.
Book Publishing WeChat. Roberts, N. (1998) The Holocene: An Environmental History. AUTHORS: Olugbenga A. Boboye, Adewale Akinmosin. KEYWORDS: Quaternary, Palynological, Lagoon, Organic Matter, Dahomey, Pleistocene, Environment. JOURNAL NAME: Open Journal of Geology, Vo. N., June 21, 2018
An Environmental History.
An Environmental History. Understanding the environmental changes– both natural and anthropogenic – that have occurred during the Holocene is of crucial importance if we are to achieve a sustainable environmental future.
This period has included major shifts in climate and human culture, and in the natural environment at every level.
Neil Roberts is Professor at the University of Plymouth. His previous books include The Changing Global Environment (Blackwell Publishers, 1994) and Ecological Relations in Historical Times (with Robin Butlin, Blackwell Publishers, 1995).
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Environmental Conservation and Holocene History. Appendix: Calibration Table for Radiocarbon Ages. Neil Roberts' book on the Holocene is already a classic
Environmental Conservation and Holocene History. Neil Roberts' book on the Holocene is already a classic. More power to Neil Roberts' already considerable elbow as he takes up the Chair in Physical Geography at the University of Plymouth!"