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The interdisciplinary academic journal Environment and History is published by the White Horse Press. Its intention is to to bring scholars in the humanities and biological sciences closer together, with the aim of constructing long and well-founded perspectives on present day environmental problems. (Text adapted from the journal's homepage).

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Weil, Benjamin, "The Rivers Come: Colonial Flood Control and Knowledge Systems in the Indus Basin, 1840s–1930s" 01/02/2006
Vandergeest, Peter, and Nancy Lee Peluso, "Empires of Forestry: Professional Forestry and State Power in Southeast Asia, Part 1" 01/02/2006
Bankoff, Greg, "Winds of Colonisation: The Meteorological Contours of Spain's Imperium in the Pacific 1521–1898" 01/02/2006
Sunseri, Thaddeus, "Working in the Mangroves and Beyond: Scientific Forestry and the Labour Question in Early Colonial Tanzania" 01/11/2005
Brannstrom, Christian, "Was Brazilian Industrialisation Fuelled by Wood? Evaluating the Wood Hypothesis, 1900–1960" 01/11/2005
Kunnas, Jan, "A Dense and Sickly Mist from Thousands of Bog Fires: An Attempt to Compare the Energy Consumption in Slash-and-Burn Cultivation and Burning Cultivation of Peatlands in Finland in 1820–1920" 01/11/2005
Danaher, Mike, "Reconciling Foreshore Development and Dune Erosion on Three Queensland Beaches: An Historical Perspective" 01/11/2005
Matheka, Reuben, "Antecedents to the Community Wildlife Conservation Programme in Kenya, 1946–1964" 01/08/2005
Wonders, Karen, "Hunting Narratives of the Age of Empire: A Gender Reading of their Iconography" 01/08/2005
Andersson, Rikard, Lars Östlund, and Erik Törnlund, "The Last European Landscape to be Colonised: A Case Study of Land-Use Change in the Far North of Sweden 1850–1930" 01/08/2005
Smith, Alison K., "Public Works in an Autocratic State: Water Supplies in an Imperial Russian Town" 01/08/2005
Nordlund, Christer, "How the Coast Became High: An Historical Introduction to the High Coast (Hoega kusten) World Heritage Site in Sweden" 01/05/2005
Stewart, Mart A., "If John Muir Had Been an Agrarian: American Environmental History West and South" 01/05/2005
Chiarappa, Michael J., "Overseeing the Family of Whitefishes: The Priorities and Debates of Coregonid Management on America's Great Lakes, 1870–2000" 01/05/2005
Barton Bray, David, and Peter Klepeis, "Deforestation, Forest Transitions, and Institutions for Sustainability in Southeastern Mexico, 1900–2000" 01/05/2005