Ohio University Press series in ecology and history.
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Il bel paese : an introduction / Marco Armiero and Marcus Hall Foundations The distinctive character of Italian environmental history / Piero Bevilacqua Upside-down landscapes : seismicity and seismic disasters in Italy / Emanuela Guidoboni Moving ground : Vesuvius and the Nola mudslides of the nineteenth century / Walter Palmieri Environmental imperialism in Sardinia : pesticides and politics in the struggle against malaria / Marcus Hall Commons and forests The decline of the commons and the environmental balance in early modern Italy / Gabriella Corona Forest visions in early modern Italy / Bruno Vecchio Environmental heritage of a past cultural landscape : alder woods in the upper Aveto Valley of the northwestern Apennines / Roberta Cevasco Act locally, think nationally : a brief history of access rights and environmental conflicts in Fascist Italy / Wilko Graf von Hardenberg Pollution, industry, and urban environment Dealing with industrial pollution in Italy, 1880-1940 / Simone Neri Serneri Petrochemical modernity in Sicily / Salvatore Adorno The Seveso disaster legacy / Laura Centemeri Landscape, culture, and environmentalism A "natural" capitalism : water and the making of the Italian industrial landscape / Stefania Barca Nationalizing the mountains : natural and political landscapes in World War I / Marco Armiero Nature preservation and protection in nineteenth- and twentieth-century Italy, 1880-1950 / Luigi Piccioni.
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Print version: Nature and history in modern Italy. Athens : Ohio University Press,  xvi, 295 pages ; 23 cm Ohio University Press series in ecology and history