|aPolitical ecology :|ban integrative approach to geography and environment-development studies /|cedited by Karl S. Zimmerer and Thomas J. Bassett.
|aNew York :|bGuilford Press,|cc2003.
|aviii, 310 p.,  p. of plates :|bill. (some col.), maps (some col.) ;|c23 cm.
|aIncludes bibliographical references and index.
|gChapter 1|tApproaching political ecology: society, nature, and scale in human-environment studies /|rKarl S. Zimmerer and Thomas J. Bassett --|gPart I|tProtected areas and conservation --|gChapter 2|tBalancing conservation with development in marine-dependent communities: is ecotourism an empty promise? /|rEmily H. Young --|gChapter 3|tStrategies for authenticity and space in Maya Biosphere Reserve, Pete滱, Guatemala /|rJuanita Sundberg --|gPart II|tUrban and industrial environments --|gChapter 4|tToward a political ecology or urban environmental risk: the case of Guyana /|rMark Pelling --|gChapter 5|tModernity and the production of the Spanish waterscape, 1890-1930 /|rErik Swyngedouw --|gPart III|tEcological analysis and theory in resource management and conservation --|gChapter 6|tThe Ivorian Savanna: global narratives and local knowledge of environmental change /|rThomas J. Bassett and Koli Bi Zue滎i --|gChapter 7|tEnvironmental zonation and mountain agriculture in Peru and Bolivia: socioenvironmental dynamics of overlapping patchworks and agrobiodiversity conservation /|rKarl S. Zimmerer --|gChapter 8|tEnvironmental science and social causation in the analysis of Sahelian pastoralism /|rMatthew Turner --|gPart IV|tGeospatial technologies and knowledges --|gChapter 9|tFixed categories in a portable landscape the causes and consequences of land cover categorization /|rPaul Robbins --|gChapter 10|tGIS representations of nature, political ecology, and the study of land use and land cover change in South Africa /|rBrent McCusker and Daniel Weiner --|gPart V|tNorth-South environmental histories --|gChapter 11|tMaterial-conceptual landscape transformation and the emergence of pristine myth in early colonial Mexico /|rAndrew Sluyter --|gChapter 12|tThe production of nature: colonial recasting of the African landscape in Serengeti National Park /|rRodericj P. Neumann --|gChapter 13|tAgroenvironments and slave strategies in the diffusion of rice culture to the Americas /|rJudith Carney --|gChapter 14|tFuture directions in political ecology: nature-society fusions and scales of interaction /|rKarl S. Zimmrer and Thomas J. Bassett.