Seattle ; London : University of Washington Press, 
x, 333 pages ; 24 cm
Formatted Contents Note
Introduction: bases, places and the layered landscapes of American empire / Edwin A. Martini Defending the nation, protecting the land: emergency powers and the militarization of American public lands / Brandon C. Davis Weather, otters, and bombs: policy making, environmental science, and U.S. nuclear weapons testing, 1945-1958 / Neil Oatsvall Incident at Galisteo: the 1955 Teapot series and the mental landscape of contamination / Leisl Carr Childers "This is really bad stuff buried here:" Agent Orange, Johnston Atoll, and the rise of military environmentalism / Edwiin A. Martini The war on plants: drug control, militarization, and the rehabilitation of herbicides in U.S. foreign policy from Operation Ranch Hand to Plan Columbia / Daniel Weimer Addressing environmental risks and mobilizing democracy? Policy on public participation in U.S. Military superfund sites / Jennifer Liss Ohayon Reality revealed: U.S. military bases, environmental impact, and civil society in South Korea / Heejin Han and Yooil Bae A wildlife insurgency: The endangered species act, citizen-initiated lawsuits, and the department of defense at the end of the Cold War / Katherine M. Keirns Restoration and meaning on former military lands in the United States / David G. Havlick.
Bibliography, etc. Note
Includes bibliographical references and index.
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