Loughlin, N.J.D. (2017) Changing human impact on the montane forests of the eastern Andean flank, Ecuador. PhD Thesis. School of Environment, Earth and Ecosystem Sciences, The Open University. Abstract: The montane cloud forests of South America are some of the most biodiverse habitats in…
Category: Nick Loughlin, PhD thesisTags: AD 1492, Amazon, American genocide, Andes, charcoal, cloud forest, Colonisation, Earth, eastern Andean flank, Ecaudor, Ecosystems, Environment, genocide, glacial, Huila, Inca, indiginous, Inka, interglacial, Lake Huila, macrofossils, media, montane forest, Neotropics, non pollen palynomorphs, NPPs, palaeoecology, paleoecology, PhD, pollen, pre-Columbian, sediment, shifted ecological baselines, The Open University, Thesis
Gosling, W.D. & Williams, J.J. (2013) Ecosystem service provision sets the pace for pre-Hispanic societal development in the central Andes. The Holocene, 23(11): 1617-1622. doi: 10.1177/0959683613496296 Click here to download an open access version of this manuscript via The Open University Open Reseach Online repository.
Category: Journal articles, William GoslingTags: 5000 years, AD 1532, adaptive cycles, agriculture, Andes, archaeology, Bolivia, Central Andes, Challacaba, charcoal, Chiripa, civilizations, Cochabamba, ecosystem services, Fire, foraging, fossil pollen, hunting, ice cores, Inca, Inka, lake level, Lake Titicaca, natural resources, palaeoecology, past environmental change, Peru, Polylepis, pre-Columbian, pre-Hispanic, Pucara, Quinoa, resilience theory, shifting baselines, Sporomiella, Taraco, Tiawanaku, urban centres, villages, water, woodland