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Environment and population change, edited by Basia Zaba and John Clarke

Label
Environment and population change
Title
Environment and population change
Statement of responsibility
edited by Basia Zaba and John Clarke
Contributor
Subject
Language
eng
Cataloging source
PUL
Illustrations
illustrations
Index
no index present
Literary form
non fiction
Nature of contents
bibliography
http://library.link/vocab/relatedWorkOrContributorName
  • Zaba, Basia
  • Clarke, John
  • British Society for Population Studies
  • IUSSP Committee on Population and Environment
http://library.link/vocab/subjectName
Population
Label
Environment and population change, edited by Basia Zaba and John Clarke
Instantiates
Publication
Note
Selection of papers presented at the conference on population and environment held at Exeter College, Oxford, in September 1992 and jointly organized by the British Society for Population Studies and the Committee on Population and Environment of the International Union of the Scientific Study of Population
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • (14 p.).
  • Population growth : its contribution to conflict over land and other natural resources
  • Norman Myers
  • (14 p.).
  • Migration, environment and refugeehood
  • Gaim Kibreab
  • (16 p.).
  • Population, resources, environment and development : a natural capital accounting approach to the assessment of carrying capacity
  • Malcolm Slesser
  • (20 p.). --
  • Population and environment : what do we need more urgently : better data, better models or better question?
  • Wolfgang Lutz
  • (16 p.).
  • Population change and environmental management : coping and adaptation at the household level
  • Piers Blaikie
  • (24 p.).
  • Population, environment and policy relations : an historical overview
  • Jack Parsons
  • (24 p.).
  • Population density, population change, agriculture and the environment in tropical Africa
  • Barrie Gleave
  • (24 p.).
  • Population growth, environmental stability and migration in Western Kenya : from Malthus to Boserup?
  • William Gould
  • (22 p.). --
  • Climate change and population supporting capacity : potential impacts and vulnerable regions
  • Thomas E Downing
  • (26 p.).
  • Water availability as carrying capacity determinant : a new factor in third world demography
  • Malin Falkenmark
  • (18 p.).
  • Is carrying capacity a useful concept to apply to human populations?
  • Basia Zaba
  • (24 p.).
  • Are pastoralists demographically different from sedentary agriculturalists?
  • Sara Randall
  • (24 p.).
  • Population and environment interrelationships on the Jos Plateau, Nigeria
  • Hyacinth I Ajaegbu
  • (12 p.).
  • Mortality and natural catastrophes in the world
  • Daniel Noin
  • (14 p.).
  • Environmental change and the response by small-holder farmers : some evidence from Tanzania
  • Climate change and human health : social vulnerability in Australia
  • Peter Curson
  • (14 p.).
  • Ecological and individual factors in women's mortality in England
  • Andrew Sloggett
  • (18 p.).
  • Exploration of the health aspects of urbanisation in Taiwan
  • Ching-lung Tsay
  • (26 p.).
  • Questioning synergism : win-win with women in population and environment policies?
  • Graham J Eele
  • Cecile Jackson
  • (20 p.).
  • International policy and global environmental change
  • Katrina Brown
  • (18 p.).
  • North-South politics, environment, development and population : a post-Rio review
  • Ian Rowlands
  • (12 p.)
  • (18 p.).
  • Family structure and environmental risk in Hausaland, Northern Nigeria
  • Matthew Lockwood
  • (24 p.).
  • Pastoralists, environment and development in East African rangelands
  • Katherine Homewood
Control code
31214093
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
491 pages
Isbn
9782870400494
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)31214093
Label
Environment and population change, edited by Basia Zaba and John Clarke
Publication
Note
Selection of papers presented at the conference on population and environment held at Exeter College, Oxford, in September 1992 and jointly organized by the British Society for Population Studies and the Committee on Population and Environment of the International Union of the Scientific Study of Population
Bibliography note
Includes bibliographical references
Carrier category
volume
Carrier category code
nc
Carrier MARC source
rdacarrier
Content category
text
Content type code
txt
Content type MARC source
rdacontent
Contents
  • (14 p.).
  • Population growth : its contribution to conflict over land and other natural resources
  • Norman Myers
  • (14 p.).
  • Migration, environment and refugeehood
  • Gaim Kibreab
  • (16 p.).
  • Population, resources, environment and development : a natural capital accounting approach to the assessment of carrying capacity
  • Malcolm Slesser
  • (20 p.). --
  • Population and environment : what do we need more urgently : better data, better models or better question?
  • Wolfgang Lutz
  • (16 p.).
  • Population change and environmental management : coping and adaptation at the household level
  • Piers Blaikie
  • (24 p.).
  • Population, environment and policy relations : an historical overview
  • Jack Parsons
  • (24 p.).
  • Population density, population change, agriculture and the environment in tropical Africa
  • Barrie Gleave
  • (24 p.).
  • Population growth, environmental stability and migration in Western Kenya : from Malthus to Boserup?
  • William Gould
  • (22 p.). --
  • Climate change and population supporting capacity : potential impacts and vulnerable regions
  • Thomas E Downing
  • (26 p.).
  • Water availability as carrying capacity determinant : a new factor in third world demography
  • Malin Falkenmark
  • (18 p.).
  • Is carrying capacity a useful concept to apply to human populations?
  • Basia Zaba
  • (24 p.).
  • Are pastoralists demographically different from sedentary agriculturalists?
  • Sara Randall
  • (24 p.).
  • Population and environment interrelationships on the Jos Plateau, Nigeria
  • Hyacinth I Ajaegbu
  • (12 p.).
  • Mortality and natural catastrophes in the world
  • Daniel Noin
  • (14 p.).
  • Environmental change and the response by small-holder farmers : some evidence from Tanzania
  • Climate change and human health : social vulnerability in Australia
  • Peter Curson
  • (14 p.).
  • Ecological and individual factors in women's mortality in England
  • Andrew Sloggett
  • (18 p.).
  • Exploration of the health aspects of urbanisation in Taiwan
  • Ching-lung Tsay
  • (26 p.).
  • Questioning synergism : win-win with women in population and environment policies?
  • Graham J Eele
  • Cecile Jackson
  • (20 p.).
  • International policy and global environmental change
  • Katrina Brown
  • (18 p.).
  • North-South politics, environment, development and population : a post-Rio review
  • Ian Rowlands
  • (12 p.)
  • (18 p.).
  • Family structure and environmental risk in Hausaland, Northern Nigeria
  • Matthew Lockwood
  • (24 p.).
  • Pastoralists, environment and development in East African rangelands
  • Katherine Homewood
Control code
31214093
Dimensions
24 cm
Extent
491 pages
Isbn
9782870400494
Media category
unmediated
Media MARC source
rdamedia
Media type code
n
Other physical details
illustrations
System control number
(OCoLC)31214093

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