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  • Author(s) Georgina H. Endfield
  • SubtitleA Study in Vulnerability
  • Edition1
  • Published22nd January 2008
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405145824

A Study in Vulnerability

By considering three case study regions in Mexico during the
Colonial era, Climate and Society in Colonial Mexico: A Study in
Vulnerability
examines the complex interrelationship between
climate and society and its contemporary implications.

  • Provides unique insights on climate and society by capitalizing
    on Mexico?s rich colonial archives

  • Offers a unique approach by combining geographical and historic
    perspectives in order to comprehend contemporary concerns over
    climate change

  • Considers three case study regions in Mexico with very
    different cultural, economic, and environmental
    characteristics

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  • Author(s) Georgina H. Endfield
  • SubtitleA Study in Vulnerability
  • Edition1
  • Published22nd January 2008
  • PublisherJohn Wiley & Sons (UK)
  • ISBN9781405145824

A Study in Vulnerability

By considering three case study regions in Mexico during the
Colonial era, Climate and Society in Colonial Mexico: A Study in
Vulnerability
examines the complex interrelationship between
climate and society and its contemporary implications.

  • Provides unique insights on climate and society by capitalizing
    on Mexico?s rich colonial archives

  • Offers a unique approach by combining geographical and historic
    perspectives in order to comprehend contemporary concerns over
    climate change

  • Considers three case study regions in Mexico with very
    different cultural, economic, and environmental
    characteristics

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