Publications

The following list is publications updated only for the recent year. Other publications related to projects/themes and regional nodes can be found on respective webpage.

2018-2019

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Barthel, S., Isendahl, C., Vis, B., Drescher, A., Evans, D. L. & van Timmeren, A. (2019). Global urbanization and food production in direct competition for land: Leverage places to mitigate impacts on SDG2 and on the Earth System. The Anthropocene Review. https://doi.org/10.1177/2053019619856672

Boles, O., Shoemaker, A., Courtney Mustaphi, C., Petek, N., Ekblom, A., & Lane, P. (2019). Historical Ecologies of Pastoralist Overgrazing in Kenya: Long-Term Perspectives on Cause and Effect. Human Ecology 47: 419

Bonnier, A., Finné, M. & Weiberg, E. (2019). Examining Land-Use through GIS-Based Kernel Density Estimation: A Re-Evaluation of Legacy Data from the Berbati-Limnes Survey. Journal of field archaeology, 44 (2), 70-83.

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Charpentier Ljungkvist, F. (2018). Human and societal dimensions of past climate change. In C.L. Crumley, T. Lennartsson, & A. Westin (eds), Issues and Concepts in Historical Ecology: The Past and Future of Landscapes and regions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Colding, J., & Barthel, S. (2019). Exploring the social-ecological systems discourse 20 years later. Ecology and Society 24(1):2.

Colding, J., Colding M., & Barthel, S. (2018). The smart city model: A new panacea for urban sustainability or unmanageable complexity? Environment and Planning B: Urban Analytics and City Science, DOI: 10.1177/2399808318763164.

Crumley, C.L., Lennartsson, T. & Westin, A. (eds) 2018 Issues and Concepts in Historical Ecology: The Past and Future of Landscapes and regions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Crumley, C.L., Westin, A., & Lennartsson, T. (2018) Is there a future for the past? In C.L. Crumley, T. Lennartsson, & A. Westin (eds), Issues and Concepts in Historical Ecology: The Past and Future of Landscapes and regions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Crumley, C. L. (2018) New Paths into the Anthropocene: Applying Historical Ecologies to the Human Future. In C. Isendahl, D., Stump (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Ekblom, A., Shoemaker, A., Gillson, L., Lane, P., & Lindholm, K. J. (2019). Conservation through Biocultural Heritage—Examples from Sub-Saharan Africa. Land, 8(1), 5. DOI: https://doi.org/10.3390/land8010005

Ekblom, A., Isendahl, M., & Lindholm, K-J. (2018) The Resilience of Heritage: Cultivating a Future of the Past. Essays in Honour of Professor Paul J.J. Sinclair. Uppsala: Department of Archaeology and Ancient History, Uppsala University.

Ekblom, A. (2018). A historical ecology of cattle in Mozambique. In: M., Rangarajan, & G., Cederlöf At Nature’s Edge. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Ekblom, A. (2018) Archaeology, Historical Sciences, and Environmental Conservation. In C. Isendahl, D., Stump (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Elmqvist, T., McPhearson, T., Nagendra, H., Parnell, S., & Sörlin, S. (2018). Introduction: Situating knowledge and action for an urban planet. In Elmqvist, T., Bai, X., Frantzeskaki, N., Griffith, C.,  Maddox, D., McPhearson, T., Parnell, S., Roberts, D., Romero-Lankao, P., Simon, D. & Watkins, M (Eds.), Urban Planet: Knowledge Towards Sustainable Cities (pp. 1-16). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Eriksson, O., Ekblom, A., Lane, P., Lennartson, T., & Lindholm, K-J. (2018) Concepts for Integrated Research in Historical Ecology. In C.L. Crumley, T. Lennartsson, & A. Westin (eds), Issues and Concepts in Historical Ecology: The Past and Future of Landscapes and Regions. Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

Ernstson, H., Sörlin, S. (2019) Grounding Urban Natures: Histories and Futures of Urban Ecologies. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Ernstson, H., & Sörlin, S. (2019)  Toward Comparative Urban Environmentalism: Situating Urban Natures in an Emerging ‘World of Cities. In H. Ernstson & S. Sörlin. Grounding Urban Natures: Histories and Futures of Urban Ecologies(pp. 3-53) Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Ernstson, H., & Sörlin, S. (2019)  Grounding and Worlding Urban Natures: Configuring an Urban Ecology Knowledge Project. In H. Ernstson & S. Sörlin. Grounding Urban Natures: Histories and Futures of Urban Ecologies(pp. 365-390) Cambridge, MA: MIT Press.

Ertsen, M., 2018, Quoting Gandhi, or how to study ancient irrigation when the future depended on what one did today. In Y. Zhuang & M. Altaweel, M. (Eds.), Water Societies and Technologies from the Past and Present. (pp. 289-306). London: UCL Press. 

Ertsen, M. & Wouters, K., 2018. The drop that makes a vase overflow: Understanding Maya society through daily water management. WIREs Water 5:e1281.

Ertsen, M., 2018, Dutch Irrigation Engineers and Their (Post-) Colonial Irrigation Networks. In D. Pretel & L. Camprubí, (Eds.),  Technology and Globalisation: Networks of Experts in World History (pp. 283-312). 

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Finné, M., Holmgren, K., Sundqvits, H., & Weiberg, E. (2018) Climate in the eastern Mediterranean, and adjacent regions, during the past 6000 years – A review. Journal of Archaeological Science, 38 (12), 3153-3173.

Fiske S., Hubacek, K., Jorgenson, A., Li, J.. McGovern, T.H., Rick, T.,  Schor,  J.,  & Solecki, W. et al. (2018). Drivers and responses: Social science perspectives on climate change, part 2. Washington, DC: USGCRP Social Science Coordinating Committee.

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Hambrecht, G., Anderung, C., Brewington, S., Dugmore, A., Edvardsson, R., Feeley, F., Gibbons, K., Harrison, R., et al. (2019, in press). Distributed Observation Networks of the Past. Quaternary International.

Habu, J. 2019. Agroecology as science and as social movements: Miguel Altieri’s publications and his works [Kagaku to undo to shite no agroecology: Kagakusha Miguel Altieri no chosaku to katsudo yori]. Agriculture and Economy [Nogyo to Keizai] 85(2): 25-31 (in Japanese). PDF

Habu, J. 2019. Resilience and local environmental knowledge: A shift towards a more sustainable model [Zairaichi to resilience: jizoku kano model e tenkan suru].  Environmentology through the study of humanity and nature [Hito to shizen no kankyo-gaku], edited by Nippon Life Insurance Foundation, pp. 41-60.   University of Tokyo Press, Tokyo (in Japanese). PDF

Habu, J., Sasaki, T., & Fukunaga, M.  (eds.). 2018. Weaving the Knowledge of Mountains, Rivers and the Ocean: Traditional Ecological Knowledge and Ecoliteracy in Tohoku, Northern Japan. 280 pp. Hiratsuka: Tokai University Press. (in Japanese).

Habu, J. 2018. Resilience and local environmental knowledge: A shift towards a more sustainable model. In K., Takeuchi & I. Washitani, (Eds., Environmentology through the study of humanity and nature (pp. 41-60).   Tokyo: University of Tokyo Press. (in Japanese).

Habu, J. 2018. Landscape archaeology of the Takata shell-midden and its vicinity: preliminary analysis of excavation and surface collection data from the Early Jomon Period  In Shiraishi, H (Ed.), Currents of Long-term Change from the Palaeolithic to the Jomon Cultures: Research Perspectives (pp. 399-411). Tokyo: Rokuichi Shobo (in Japanese).

Habu, J. 2018. Jomon Food Diversity, Climate Change and Long-term Sustainability: What I Have Learned by Doing Archaeological and Ethnographic Studies in JapanSAA Archaeological Record 18(5), 27-30. 

Heckbert, S., Isendahl, C., Gunn, J.,Brewer, J.D.S., Scarborough, V.L.,  Chase, A.F., D.Z. Chase, Costanza, R., et al. (2018). Growing the Ancient Maya Social-Ecological System from the Bottom Up.In C. Isendahl, D., Stump (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Hughes, R., Weiberg, E., Bonnier, A., Finné, M. & Kaplan, J. (2018) Quantifying land use in past societies from cultural practice and archaeological data. Land 7 (1), 9.

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Isendahl, C., & Stump, D. (Eds.). (2019). The Oxford Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Isendahl, C., Scarborough, V.L., Gunn, J., Dunning, N.P, Fedick, S.L.; Iannone, G., Lucero, L.J.  (2018) Applied Perspectives on Pre-Columbian Maya Water Management Systems: What Are the Insights for Water Security? In C. Isendahl, D., Stump (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Isendahl, C., Lucero, L.J.,& Heckbert, S. (2018) Sustaining Freshwater Security and Community Wealth: Diversity and Change in the Pre-Columbian Maya Lowlands. In F. Sulas & I. Pikirayi, (Eds.),  Water and Society from Ancient Times to the Present: Resilience, Decline, and Revival. London: Routledge.

Isendahl, C, & Barthel, S. (2018). Archaeology, history and urban food security: integrating cross-cultural and long-term perspectives. In J. Zeunert & T. Waterman Routledge Handbook of Landscape and Food, (pp. 83-94). Oxford: Routledge.

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Jackson, R.,  Arneborg, J. Dugmore, A., Madsen, C., McGovern, T., Smiarowski, K. & Streeter, R (2018) Disequilibrium, Adaptation and the Norse Settlement of Greenland. Human Ecology, 46, 665–684.

Jones, E.A., Westin, A., Madry, S., Murray, S., Moen, J., Tickner, A. How to operationalise collaborative research. In C.L. Crumley, T. Lennartsson, & A. Westin (eds), Issues and Concepts in Historical Ecology: The Past and Future of Landscapes and regions (pp. 240–272). Cambridge: Cambridge University Press.

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Kaptijn, E. & Ertsen, M. W., 2019, All sunshine makes a desert’. Building interdisciplinary understanding of survival strategies of ancient communities in the arid Zerqa Triangle, Jordan Valley. Journal of Arid Environments, 163, 114-126.

Kaplan, J.O. 2018. The Importance of Reference Frame. Current Anthropology, 59 (2), 209-227.

Katrantsiotis, C., Smittenberg, R.H., Finné, M., Weiberg, E., Hattestrand, M., Avramidis, S. (2019). Climate changes in the Eastern Mediterranean over the last 5000 years and their links to the high-latitude atmospheric patterns and Asian monsoons. Global and Planetary Change, 175, 36-51.

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Lane, M., Sverker S., Socolow, R.H. & J.R. McNeill (2018) (editors) Responding to Climate Change: Studies in Intellectual, Political, and Lived History. Climatic Change, vol. 151 (1), 1-78.

Lane, P.J. (2018) Just How Long Does ‘Long-Term’ Have to Be?: Matters of Temporal Scale as Impediments to Interdisciplinary Understanding in Historical Ecology. In C. Isendahl, D., Stump (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Langemeyer J, M. Camps-Calvet, Laura Calvet-Mir, S. Barthel, E. Gómez-Baggethun (2018). Stewardship of urban ecosystem services: understanding the value(s) of urban gardens in Barcelona. Landscape and Urban Planning, 170, 79-89.

Lindholm, K. J., & Ekblom, A. (2019). A framework for exploring and managing biocultural heritage. Anthropocene, 100195.

Lindholm, K.-J. Wells, Land, and History: Archaeology and Rural Development in Southern Africa. In C. Isendahl, D., Stump (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Lozny, L. & McGovern, T. (eds) 2019 Global Perspectives on Long Term Community Resource Management. Bern: Springer Nature.

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Marchant, R, Richer, S., Boles, O., Capitani, C., Courtney-Mustaphi, C.J., Lane, P., Prendergast, M.E. Richer, S. et al (2018) Drivers and trajectories of land cover change in East Africa: Human and environmental interactions from 6000 years ago to present. Earth-Science Reviews, 178, 322-378

McGovern, T.H., Hambrecht, S., Brewington, S., Feeley, F., Harrison, R., Hicks, M., Smiarowski, K. & Woollett, J. (2018) Too Many Bones: Data Management and the NABONE Experience. In J. Lev-Tov, P. Wapnish & A. Gilbert (Eds.), The Wide Lens in Archaeology Honoring Brian Hesse’s Contributions to Anthropological Archaeology, Lockwood Press.

McGovern, T.H.(2018).  What is it all for? Archaeology and Global Change Research. SAA Archaeological Record 5, 33-36.

McGovern, T.H. (2018). Burning Libraries: a Community Response. Conservation and Management of Archaeological Sites 20, 165-174.

Molinari, C., Lehsten, V., Blarquez, O., Carcaillet, C., Davis, B.A.S.. Kaplan, J.O., Clear, J. & Bradshaw, R.H.W. (2018). The climate, the fuel and the land use: Long‐term regional variability of biomass burning in boreal forests. Global Change Biology, 24 (10), 4929-4945.

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Ray, C., Fernández-Götz, M. (2019). Historical Ecologies, Heterarchies and Transtemporal Landscapes. London and New York: Routledge

Roberts, P., Boivin, N. & Kaplan, J.O. (2018) Finding the anthropocene in tropical forests. Anthropocene  (23), 5-16.

Robin, L., & Boyden, S. (2018). Telling the Bionarrative: A Museum of Environmental IdeasHistorical Records of Australian Science 29(2): A-O.

Robin, L. & Day, M. Changing Ideas about the Environment in Australia: Learning from StockholmHistorical Records of Australian Science 28(1): 37—49.

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Samuelsson, K., Colding, J., & Barthel., S. (2019). Urban resilience at eye level: Spatial analysis of empirically defined experiential landscapes. Landscape and Urban Planning 187, 70-80. DOI: 10.1016/j.landurbplan.2019.03.015.

Samuelsson, K., Giusti, M., Peterson, G. D. Legeby, A., Brandt, A., & Barthel, S. (2018). Impact of environment on people’s everyday experiences in Stockholm. Landscape and Urban Planning, 171, 7-17.

Shinde, V.A. Yong, J.K., Woo, E.J., Jadhav, N., Waghmare, P., Yadav, Y., Munshi, A., Chatterjee, M.2018. Archaeological and anthropological studies on the Harappan cemetery of Rakhigarhi, India. PLOS One 0192299.

Sigurðardóttir, R., Newton, M., Hicks, A., Dugmore, T., Hreinsson, A.J., Ogilvie, V., Júlíusson, A.E.J., & Einarsson, Á.D. et al (2019) Trolls, Water, Time, and Community: Resource Management in the Mývatn District of Northeast Iceland. In L. Lozny & T.H. McGovern (Eds.), Global Perspectives on Long Term Community Resource Management (pp. 77-101). New York: Springer Co.

Sinclair, P., Moen, J., Crumley, C.L. Historical ecology and thelongue Durée. In C.L. Crumley, T. Lennartsson, & A. Westin (eds), Issues and Concepts in Historical Ecology: The Past and Future of Landscapes and regions (pp. 13–40. Cambridge:Cambridge University Press.

Sinclair, P., Isendahl, C., Barthel, S. (2018) Beyond Rhetoric: Towards a Framework for an Applied Historical Ecology of Urban Planning. In C. Isendahl, D., Stump (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Stump, D. (2018) Digging for Indigenous Knowledge: ‘Reverse Engineering’ and Stratigraphic Sequencing as a Potential Archaeological Contribution to Sustainability Assessments. In C. Isendahl, D., Stump (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

Sulas, F., & Pikirayi, I. (Eds.). (2018). Water and Society from Ancient Times to the Present: Resilience, Decline, and Revival. London: Routledge.

Sörlin, S. (2018).Reform and responsibility – the climate of history in times of transformation”, Historisk tidsskrift,  97 (1), 7-23.

Sörlin, S. & Lane, M. (2018) Historicizing climate change – engaging new approaches to climate and history. Climatic Change, 151(2018):1, 1-13.  

Sörlin, S. & Wormbs, N. Environing Technologies: A Theory of Making Environment. History & Technology, 34 (2), 101-125.

Sörlin, S., Zalasiewicz, J., Robin, L.,  Grinevald, J. (2018). Introduction: Buffon and the history of the Earth. In The Epochs of Nature: Georges-Louis Leclerc, le Comte de Buffon (pp., xiii-xxxiv). Chicago, London: The University of Chicago Press).

Sörlin, S. (2018) The Mirror—Testing the Counter-Anthropocene. In G. Mitman, M. Armiero, & R. S. Emmett (Eds.), Future Remains: A Cabinet of Curiosities for the Anthropocene (pp. 169-181). Chicago, London: The University of Chicago Press.

Sörlin, S., “Environment”, in Companion to Environmental Studies, eds. Noel Castree, Mike Hulme & James D. Proctor (London & New York: Routledge, 2018), pp. 27-32.

Sörlin, S. (2018) Comment to Grégory Quenet, “Environmental History”. In P. Burke & M. Tamm (Eds.) Debating New Approaches to History (pp. 86-91, and 93-100). London: Bloomsbury.

Sörlin, S. (2018) Anthropocene arctic: Reductionist imaginaries of a ‘new North’. In N. Wormbs (Ed.), Competing Artic futures: Historical and Contemporary Perspectives (pp. 243-269). New York: Palgrave Macmillan.

Sörlin, S. (2019). Carolyn Merchant and the Environmental Humanities in Scandinavia. In K. Worthy, E., Allison,W.A. Bauman (Eds.), After the Death of Nature: Carolyn Merchant and the Future of Human-Nature Relations (pp. 178-197). New York: Routledge.

Sörlin, S., Robin, L. & Armiero, M. (2019) Foreword: Environmental Humanities, the Stockholm Archipelago Lectures, and David Lowenthal. In D. Lowenthal, Quest for the Unity of Knowledge (pp. xii-xiv) Abingdon, Oxon & New York: Routledge.

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Tainter, J.A. & Allen, T.F.H. (2018) Energy Gain and the Evolution of Organization. In C. Isendahl, D., Stump (Eds.), The Oxford Handbook of Historical Ecology and Applied Archaeology. Oxford: Oxford University Press.

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Warde, P., Robin, L. & Sörlin, S.(2019) ’The Environment’ Is Only 70 Years Old”. The Scientist, 34:2.

Warde, P., Robin, L. & Sörlin, S.(2018) The Environment: A History of the Idea (Baltimore, MD: Johns Hopkins University Press).

Weiberg, E. & Finné, M. (2018). Resilience and persistence of ancient societies in the face of climate change: a case study from Late Bronze Age Peloponnese. World Archaeology, 50:4, 584-602. DOI: 10.1080/00438243.2018.1515035

Weiberg, E., Bevan, A.Koulis, K., & Katsianis, M. 2019. Long-term trends of land use and demography in Greece: A comparative study. The Holocene 9(5), 742-760.

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Zanon, M., Davis, B.A.S., Marquer, L., Brewer, S., Kaplan, J.O (2018). European forest cover during the past 12,000 years: a palynological reconstruction based on modern analogs and remote sensing. Frontiers in plant science 9, 253

Zambrano, I., Michavila, J. C., renas Pinilla, E., Diehl, J-C. & Ertsen, M. (2019) Water Lifting Water: A Comprehensive Spatiotemporal Review on the Hydro-Powered Water Pumping Technologies. Water 11(8), 1677.


Zhu, T., Woodson, K. C. & Ertsen, M. (2018) Reconstructing Ancient Hohokam Irrigation Systems in the Middle Gila River Valley, Arizona, United States of America. Human Ecology 46 (5), 735-746.