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Articles from Environment and History (May 1, 2016)

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'The country is greatly injured': Human-animal relationships, ecology and the fate of empire in the eighteenth century Mississippi Valley borderlands. Morrissey, Robert Michael Essay 13721
Birds in Portuguese literature. Queiroz, Ana Isabel; Soares, Filipa Essay 10299
Crisis of the Wasteful Nation: Empire and Conservation in Theodore Roosevelt's America. Miller, Char Book review 1048
Editorial. Jones, Karen Editorial 803
Faire mieux que la nature? The history of eel restocking in Europe. Dekker, Willem; Beaulaton, Laurent Report 18425
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). Stokland, Hakon B. Report 16399
Power Lines: Phoenix and the Making of the Modern Southwest. Tate, Ryan Driskell Book review 1134
Reading beyond your language zone: Exploring south of the Alps. Hall, Marcus 410
Recent developments in Italian environmental history. Saba, Andrea Filippo Book review 1324
Reclaiming the Don: An Environmental History of Toronto's Don River Valley. Castonguay, Stephane Book review 1183
Whales and Nations: Environmental Diplomacy on the High Seas. Powell, Miles A. Book review 1067

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