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Title METHODS IN HISTORICAL ECOLOGY insights from amazonia
Published [S.l.] : ROUTLEDGE, 2020
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Description 1 online resource
Series New frontiers in historical ecology series
Contents <P>Introduction</P><I><P>Guillaume ODONNE and Jean-François MOLINO</P></I><B><P></P><P>Part I -- Detection and characterisation of archaeological features</P><P></P></B><P>Chapter 1. Archaeology of invisible landscapes</P><I><P>Stéphen ROSTAIN</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 2. Pedological perspective: concepts and facts</P><I><P>Michel BROSSARD and Jeanne BRANCIER</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 3. Soil micromorphology</P><I><P>Jeanne BRANCIER and Cécilia CAMMAS</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 4. Physicochemical analysis of Neotropical soils</P><I><P>Jeanne BRANCIER, Amandine COURTE, Dominique TODISCO and Michel BROSSARD</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 5. Magnetic properties of soils</P><I><P>François LÉVÊQUE</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 6. Geomagnetic survey</P><I><P>François LÉVÊQUE</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 7. Pedestrian archaeological surveys in Neotropical rainforests</P><I><P>Mickael MESTRE and Martijn VAN DEN BEL</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 8. Detecting ditched sites on LiDAR-generated Digital Elevation Models: from technical specifications to interpretation keys<I> </P><P>Mickaël MESTRE, Grégoire VINCENT, Caroline BEDEAU, Nina ANTONOFF, Olivier BRUNAUX, Pierre GAUTREAU and Matthieu NOUCHER</P></I><P></P><B><P>Part II -- Living organisms as witnesses of past human activities</P><P></P></B><P>Chapter 9. Phytoliths: a tool for Neotropical historical ecology, with focus on bamboo-dominated forests</P><I><P>Laurent BREMOND and Charly FAVIER</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 10. Anthracology in the tropics: how wood charcoals help us to better understand today ecosystems</P><I><P>Stéphanie BODIN, Julie MORIN-RIVAT, Laurent BREMOND, Rita SCHEEL-YBERT, Christophe TARDY and Christophe VASCHALDE</P></I><B><P></P></B><P>Chapter 11. Forest trees inventories</P><I><P>Jean-François MOLINO, William BALÉE, Julien ENGEL, Claire MARTIN and Daniel SABATIER</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 12. Historical genomics</P><I><P>Louise BROUSSEAU, Pauline GARNIER-GERE and Charles R. CLEMENT</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 13. Landscape-scale study of soil communities</P><I><P>Nina GAZAL, Antoine BRIN, Sophie MANZI, Emeline HOUËL, Emmanuel LAPIED, Thibaud DECAËNS and Mélanie ROY</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 14. The multiple roles of soil animals in the interpretation of archaeological soils and sediments in lowland tropical South America</P><I><P>Doyle McKEY, Delphine RENARD and Rumsaïs BLATRIX</P></I><P></P><B><P>Part III -- Ethnoecological knowledge on ancient anthropogenic landscapes</P><P></P></B><P>Chapter 15. History and ethnohistory of ancient settlements</P><I><P>Pierre GRENAND and Damien DAVY</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 16. Ethnoecology of landscape uses and interpretations</P><I><P>Damien DAVY, Pierre GRENAND and Guillaume ODONNE</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 17. From single species to multiethnic ethnobotanical databases to understand past land use</P><I><P>Guillaume ODONNE, Damien DAVY and Pierre GRENAND</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 18. Historical ecology as an instrument in defence of forest peoples: reflections from the Tapajós River, Brazil</P><I><P>Bruna CIGARAN da ROCHA and Vinicius Eduardo HONORATO de OLIVEIRA</P></I><P></P><P>Chapter 19. Applied historical ecology</P><I><P>William BALÉE and Meredith DUDLEY</P></I><P></P><P>Conclusion. Historical ecology: challenges and perspectives in a changing world </P><I><P>Chelsey Geralda ARMSTRONG and André BRAGA JUNQUEIRA</P></I>
Bibliography Includes bibliographical references and index
Subject Ecology -- Methodology.
Human ecology -- Amazon River Region -- History
Form Electronic book
ISBN 0429060173