An artificial landscape-scale fishery in the Bolivian Amazon

@article{Erickson2000AnAL,
  title={An artificial landscape-scale fishery in the Bolivian Amazon},
  author={Clark L. Erickson},
  journal={Nature},
  year={2000},
  volume={408},
  pages={190-193}
}
Historical ecologists working in the Neotropics argue that the present natural environment is an historical product of human intentionality and ingenuity, a creation that is imposed, built, managed and maintained by the collective multigenerational knowledge and experience of Native Americans. In the past 12,000 years, indigenous peoples transformed the environment, creating what we now recognize as the rich ecological mosaic of the Neotropics. The prehispanic savanna peoples of the Bolivian… Expand

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