Was the Anthropocene anticipated?

@article{Hamilton2015WasTA,
  title={Was the Anthropocene anticipated?},
  author={C. Hamilton and J. Grinevald},
  journal={The Anthropocene Review},
  year={2015},
  volume={2},
  pages={59 - 72}
}
Various authors have identified ‘precursors’ of the new concept of the Anthropocene, with most frequent reference made to Antonio Stoppani, Vladimir Vernadsky and Pierre Teilhard de Chardin. The effect, intended or otherwise, of finding forerunners is to deflate the significance of the proposed new geological epoch. We argue there were no precursors to the notion of the Anthropocene, and that there could not have been because the concept (put forward in the year 2000) is an outgrowth of the… Expand
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