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Australia's Mammal Extinctions: A 50 000 Year History - Johnson, Chris
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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR], This book introduces readers to the great mammal extinction debate in Australia.Of the forty mammal species known to have vanished in the world in the last 200 years, almost half have been Australian. Our continent has the worst record of mammal extinctions, with over 65 mammal species having vanished in the last 50 000 years. It began with the great wave of megafauna extinctions in the last ice-age, and continues today, with many mammal species vulnerable to extinction. The question of why mammals became extinct, and why so many became extinct in Australia has been debated by experts for over a century and a half and we are no closer to agreement on the causes. This book introduces readers to the great mammal extinction debate. Chris Johnson takes us on a detective-like tour of these extinctions, uncovering how, why and when they occurred.Review quote:'This book makes a very well argued case for patterns and causes of mammal extinctions in Australia from the late Pleistocene into the period of European occupation. It gives an impressive range of evidence - palaeontological, palaeoenvironmental, archaeological, historical, ecological - to make the case. I thoroughly recommend it.' Bruno David, Monash UniversityTable of contents:Preface and Acknowledgments Glossary 1. Introduction - a brief history of Australian mammals Part I. Mammals and People in Ice-Age Australia - 2.6 Million to 10,000 Years Ago: 2. The Pleistocene Megafauna 3. What caused the Megafauna extinctions? 150 years of debate 4. Two dating problems - human arrival and Megafauna extinction 5. The changing environment of Late Pleistocene Australia 6. Testing hypotheses on Megafauna extinction 7. The aftermath: ecology consequences of Megafauna extinction Part II. The Late Pre-Historic Period - 10,000 to 200 Years Ago 8. Environmental change and human history in aboriginal Australia 9. Dingoes, people, and other mammals in Holocene Australia Part III. Europeans and Their New Mammals - The Last 200 Years 10. Mammal extinction in European Australia 11. What caused the recent extinctions? 12 Interaction: rabbits, sheep and dingoes 13. Conclusions - the history in review.288 p. - 250 x 195 mmVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00], Neuware, gewerbliches Angebot

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[ED: Taschenbuch], [PU: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR], This book introduces readers to the great mammal extinction debate in Australia.Of the forty mammal species known to have vanished in the world in the last 200 years, almost half have been Australian. Our continent has the worst record of mammal extinctions, with over 65 mammal species having vanished in the last 50 000 years. It began with the great wave of megafauna extinctions in the last ice-age, and continues today, with many mammal species vulnerable to extinction. The question of why mammals became extinct, and why so many became extinct in Australia has been debated by experts for over a century and a half and we are no closer to agreement on the causes. This book introduces readers to the great mammal extinction debate. Chris Johnson takes us on a detective-like tour of these extinctions, uncovering how, why and when they occurred.Review quote:'This book makes a very well argued case for patterns and causes of mammal extinctions in Australia from the late Pleistocene into the period of European occupation. It gives an impressive range of evidence - palaeontological, palaeoenvironmental, archaeological, historical, ecological - to make the case. I thoroughly recommend it.' Bruno David, Monash UniversityTable of contents:Preface and Acknowledgments Glossary 1. Introduction - a brief history of Australian mammals Part I. Mammals and People in Ice-Age Australia - 2.6 Million to 10,000 Years Ago: 2. The Pleistocene Megafauna 3. What caused the Megafauna extinctions? 150 years of debate 4. Two dating problems - human arrival and Megafauna extinction 5. The changing environment of Late Pleistocene Australia 6. Testing hypotheses on Megafauna extinction 7. The aftermath: ecology consequences of Megafauna extinction Part II. The Late Pre-Historic Period - 10,000 to 200 Years Ago 8. Environmental change and human history in aboriginal Australia 9. Dingoes, people, and other mammals in Holocene Australia Part III. Europeans and Their New Mammals - The Last 200 Years 10. Mammal extinction in European Australia 11. What caused the recent extinctions? 12 Interaction: rabbits, sheep and dingoes 13. Conclusions - the history in review.288 p. - 250 x 195 mmVersandfertig in über 4 Wochen, [SC: 0.00]

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Australia's Mammal Extinctions: A 50 000 Year History
Autor:

Johnson, Chris; Johnson, Chris

Titel:

Australia's Mammal Extinctions: A 50 000 Year History

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0521686601

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EAN (ISBN-13): 9780521686600
ISBN (ISBN-10): 0521686601
Taschenbuch
Erscheinungsjahr: 2007
Herausgeber: CAMBRIDGE UNIV PR
278 Seiten
Gewicht: 0,635 kg
Sprache: eng/Englisch

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ISBN/EAN: 0521686601

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