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Title Climate cultures : anthropological perspectives on climate change / edited by Jessica Barnes and Michael R. Dove.
Published New Haven : Yale University Press, c2015
Detail viii, 319 p. : ill., maps ; 24 cm
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Added Author Barnes, Jessica, 1978-
  Barnes, Jessica. Scale and agency: climate change and the future of Egypt's water
  Dove, Michael R. Historic decentering of the modern discourse of climate change: the long view from the Vedic sages to Montesquieu
  Dove, Michael, 1949-
  Lahsen, Myanna. Digging deeper into the why: cultural dimensions of climate change skepticism among scientists
  Mathews, Andrew S. Imagining forest futures and climate change: the Mexican state as insurance broker and storyteller
  McElwee, Pamela. From conservation and development to climate change: anthropological engagements with REDD+ in Vietnam
  McIntosh, Roderick J. Climate shock and awe: can there be an "ethno-science" of deep-time Mande palaeoclimate memory?
  Moore, Frances C. Challenges in integrating the climate and social sciences for studies of climate change impacts and adaptation
  O'Reilly, Jessica. Glacial dramas: typos, projections, and peer review in the fourth assessment of the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate Change
  Orlove, Ben. How long-standing debates have shaped recent climate change discourses
  Puri, Rajindra K. Uniqueness of the everyday: herders and invasive species in India
  Yager, Karina. Satellite imagery and community perceptions of climate change impacts and landscape change
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