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The Iberian Peninsula is an area of the Western Mediterranean among the most sensitive to climatic and anthropogenic change. It has formed the centre-piece of numerous palaeoenvironmental studies of mountain and valleys, covering different chronologies and historical periods. These studies,...
Bundelkhand is a region in central India demarcated on the basis of uniform socio-cultural practices. During the later eighteenth and early nineteenth century, a peculiar garden-style developed under the patronisation of the princely states in Bundelkhand. The gardens of Bundelkhand have a...
The preservationist John Muir and the railroad magnate Edward H. Harriman developed an unlikely friendship that can be traced to Harriman's Alaska Expedition in 1899. Primary and secondary sources were interpreted through Collins’ (2004) interaction ritual (IR) theory to reconstruct the details...
The spiny burnet (sarcopeterium spinosum) bush is very common in the hilly region of Israel. The inhabitants of the country utilised the bush for various purposes, mainly for heating. The special characteristics of the bush – that it reaches its burning point at a high temperature within a short...
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