Anthropocene

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Anthropocene
Author : Erle C. Ellis
File Size : 54,8 Mb
Publisher : Oxford University Press
Language : English
Release Date : 04 February 2023
ISBN : 9780198792987
Pages : 209 pages
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Anthropocene by Erle C. Ellis Book PDF Summary

Climate scientists, geologists, ecologists, and archaeologists recognize the profound effects of human activity on Earth, though whether and how this should be recognized as a formal geological epoch - the Anthropocene - remains under debate, Erle Ellis describes how the Anthropocene concept is affecting the sciences, humanities, and politics.

Anthropocene

Climate scientists, geologists, ecologists, and archaeologists recognize the profound effects of human activity on Earth, though whether and how this should be recognized as a formal geological epoch - the Anthropocene - remains under debate, Erle Ellis describes how the Anthropocene concept is affecting the sciences, humanities, and politics.

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