Developed-developing world partnerships for sustainable development (3): Reducing carbon sequestration uncertainties in south Indian tropical dry evergreen forest
- Environmental ScienceEcosystem Services
Socialising over fruits and vegetables: the biocultural importance of an open-air market in Bandar Seri Begawan, Brunei Darussalam
- MedicineJournal of Ethnobiology and Ethnomedicine
Tamu Kianggeh is a meeting ground for ethnic and biological diversities, a property that makes them important centres of biocultural diversity at the local level and strategies developed to counter plant blindness should also consider the potential of open-air markets.
The characteristics, representativeness, function and conservation importance of Tropical Dry Evergreen Forest (TDEF) on India’s Coromandel Coast
- Environmental Science
The central area of the Coromandel Coast, south-east India, has been subject to a very long history of human habitation and land use change, substantially reducing the coverage of native forest.…
Archaeology of Trade in the Western Indian Ocean, 300 BC–AD 700
In the millennium after 300 BC, the western Indian Ocean emerged as a main hub of Old World exchange. Study of this commerce long depended on separate regional archaeologies and a handful of literary…
Quantifying the Roman Economy: Integration, Growth, Decline?
- History, Economics
The programme of research which this volume introduces is concerned with the fundamentals of the Roman imperial economy and will attempt detailed analysis of major economic activities (agriculture,…
The Dating of Arikamedu and its Bearing on the Archaeology of Early Historical South India
I As a result of the excavations conducted by Sir Mortimer Wheeler in 1945 (Wheeler et al. 1946), Arikamedu has come to be regarded as the most crucial site for dating of the archaeological finds at…