Wax and wane? Insect perspectives on human environment interactions

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Title: Wax and wane? Insect perspectives on human environment interactions
Authors: Reilly, Eileen
Permanent link: http://hdl.handle.net/10197/5437
Date: Aug-2011
Abstract: Interactions between humans and environment over many millennia have been complex. These interactions take place against a backdrop of natural change, particularly driven by climate, but human have undoubtedly had a profound effect on the ecosystems in which they live and which they share with insects. With the passing of the UN International Year of Biodiversity (2010), it is perhaps appropriate to examine some of these interactions over the last few millennia, using examples from archaeological research.
Type of material: Book Chapter
Publisher: National Roads Authority (Ireland)
Copyright (published version): 2011 National Roads Authority
Keywords: EcosystemsWoodland changeHuman habitationSettlementLanscape
Language: en
Status of Item: Not peer reviewed
Is part of: Sheelagh Conran, Ed Danaher and Michael Stanley (eds.). Past Times, Changing Fortunes
ISBN: 9780956418050
Appears in Collections:Archaeology Research Collection

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