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Adams, Stephen. The Best and Worst Country in the World: Perspectives on the Early Virginia Landscape . Charlottesville, VA: University Press of Virginia, 2001.
Keywords: environmental sciences | geology | landscape
  
Agosta, Salvatore J. “Conservation Biology: A Mediator between Neo-Darwinism and Alternative Views on the Origin and History of Life.” Biodiversity and Conservation 10 (2001): 833-836.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | creationism | Darwinism | environmental sciences
  
Anderson, C. Brannon, Wade B. Worthen, and Brian Polkinghorn. “Humanism in the Environmental Sciences: A Reevaluation.” Journal of College Science Teaching 31 (2001): 202-206.
Keywords: environmental sciences | pedagogy
  
Barrett, Laura, and Daniel R. White. “The Re-Construction of Nature: Postmodern Ecology and the Kissimmee River Restoration Project.” In Herzogenrath (Collections), pp. 229-250.
Keywords: environmental sciences | theory
  
Bell, Simon. “Can a Fresh Look at the Psychology of Perception and the Philosophy of Aesthetics Help Contribute to the Better Management of Forested Landscapes?” In Sheppard (Collections), pp. 125-148.
Keywords: aesthetics | Biological Sciences | environmental sciences | landscape
  
Belshaw, Christopher. Environmental Philosophy: Reason, Nature, and Human Concern. Montreal; Ithaca: McGill-Queen's University Press, 2001.
Keywords: environmental sciences | philosophy | social sciences
  
Bony, Alain. “Du discours du jardin au silence du sublime: Le proche et le lointain dans l'esthétique paysagere d'Addison.” BSEAA 52 (June 2001): 91-115.
Keywords: environmental sciences | gardens | Joseph Addison | landscape | sublime
  
Botkin, Daniel B. “An Ecologist's Ideas about Landscape Beauty: Beauty in Art and Scenery as Influenced by Science and Ideology.” In Sheppard (Collections), pp. 111-123.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | landscape | visual arts—18th & 19th C
  
Botkin, Daniel B. No Man's Garden: Thoreau and a New Vision for Civilization and Nature. Washington, DC: Island Press, Shearwater Books, 2001.
Keywords: environmental sciences | Henry David Thoreau | literature--19th C
  
Botkin, Daniel B. “The Depth of Walden Pond: Thoreau as a Guide to Solving Twenty-First Century Environmental Problems.” Conc S 9 (2001): 5-14.
Keywords: environmental sciences | Henry David Thoreau | literature--19th C
  
Bowden, Denny R. Sermons, Debates, and the Environmental Essay: Conflicting Discourses in Nineteenth-century America and the Emergence of Print Culture in Ezra Ripley, Alexander Campbell, and Henry David Thoreau . Ph.D. Dissertation: Indiana University of Pennsylvania, 2001.
Keywords: Alexander Campbell | atheism | Calvinism | environmental sciences | Ezra Ripley | Henry David Thoreau | hermeneutics | Jack Goody | John Locke | literature--19th C | Paul Ricoeur | religion | Robert Owen | technology | transcendentalism | Unitarianism
  
Carlson, Allen. “Aesthetic Preferences for Sustainable Landscapes: Seeing and Knowing.” In Sheppard (Collections ), pp. 31-41.
Keywords: aesthetics | environmental sciences | landscape
  
Caron-Sheppard, Judi Anne. Explaining Gender Differences in the Valuation of Nature: A Test of Alternative Hypotheses. Virginia Social Science Journal, 36 (Winter 2001): 27-42.
Keywords: biosphere | environmental sciences | gender studies
  
Cassuto, David N. Dripping Dry: Literature, Politics, and Water in the Desert Southwest. Ann Arbor, MI: University of Michigan Press, 2001.
Keywords: agriculture | Barbara Kingsolver | Edward Abbey | environmental sciences | John Steinbeck | Mary Austin | popular science
  
Corkhill, Alan. “Scarred Landscapes: Wolfgang Hilbig's Ecocritique.” AUMLA 96 (November 2001): 173-188.
Keywords: environmental sciences | landscape | Wolfgang Hilbig
  
Croker, Robert A. Stephen Forbes and the Rise of American Ecology. Washington, DC: Smithsonian Institution Press, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | ecology | environmental sciences | Stephen Forbes
  
Dawson, Charles. “Reading Mark Hume and the River: Conditional Lyricism, Disappearing Salmon, and the Braided Voice.” CanL 170-171 (2001): 110-134.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | environmental sciences | Mark Hume
  
DeLue, Rachael Ziady . George Inness: Landscape, Representation, and the Struggle of Vision . Ph.D. Dissertation: Johns Hopkins University, 2001.
Keywords: environmental sciences | George Inness | landscape | perception | physical & mathematical sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | vision | visual arts--general
  
Dockstader, James Darryll . The Place of Charles Dickens in English Environmental Literature. Ph.D. Dissertation: Florida State University, 2001.
Keywords: Charles Dickens | ecology | environmental sciences | literature--19th C | William Wordsworth
  
Doman, Danion Larry . Latin American Liminality: Nature Writing in the Nineteenth Century, 1823-1867. Ph. D. Dissertation: University of Colorad, Boulder, 2001.
Keywords: Andrés Bello | environmental sciences | Gertrudis Gomez de Avellaneda y Arteaga | Gonzalo Fernandez de Oviedo y Valde | José Martiniano de Alencar | visual arts--19th C
  
Fernandez-Armesto, Felipe. Civilizations: Culture, Ambition, and the Transformation of Nature. New York: Free Press, 2001.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | geography | social sciences
  
Fraenzle, Otto. “Alexander von Humboldt's Holistic World View and Modern Inter- and Transdisciplinary Ecological Research.” Northeastern Naturalist no. 8 [Special Issue 1] (2001): 57-90.
Keywords: Alexander von Humboldt | ecology | environmental sciences | exploration discovery & travel
  
Gosling, David L. Religion and Ecology in India and Southeast Asia. London; New York: Routledge, 2001.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | religion
  
Gottlieb, Robert. Environmentalism Unbound: Exploring New Pathways for Change. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2001.
Keywords: environmental sciences | ethics | law | pollution
  
Guston, David H. Boundary Organizations in Environmental Policy and Science: An Introduction. Science, Technology & Human Values 26 (Autumn 2001): 399-408.
Keywords: | environmental sciences
  
Hart, George. “Wilderness Plots: Jeffers and the ‘Social Construction' of Nature.” JSt [note: Jeffers Studies] 5 (Winter 2001): 12-19.
Keywords: environmental sciences | Robinson Jeffers | Science Studies | social sciences
  
Humphreys, Camilla S. The Scene of the Crime: Imagining Nature at the Millennium . Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Massachusetts, Amhurst, 2001.
Keywords: Annie Proulx | apocalypse | cancer | E. J. Watson | ecology | ecosystem | environmental sciences | Leslie Marmon Silko | literature--20th C | metaphor | Octavia Butler | Peter Mattiessen | Rachel Carson | radiation | rhetoric of science | social sciences | Terry Tempest Williams | Wendell Berry
  
Irmscher, Christoph. “Nature Laughs at Our Systems: Philip Henry Gosse's The Canadian Naturalist .” CanL 170-171 (2001): 58-86.
Keywords: environmental sciences | Philip Henry Gosse
  
Jacoby. Crimes Against Nature: Squatters, Poachers, Thieves, and the Hidden History of American Conservation. Berkeley, CA: University of California Press, 2001.
Keywords: conservation | environmental sciences | social sciences
  
Johnston, Allan. “Ecology and Aesthetics: Robinson Jeffers and Gary Snyder.” Isle 8 (Summer 2001): 13-38.
Keywords: aesthetics | ecology | environmental sciences | Gary Snyder | Robinson Jeffers
  
Kerridge, Richard. “Ecological Hardy.” In Armbruster, pp. 126-142.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | Thomas Hardy
  
Kinukawa, Tomomi. Art Competes with Nature: Maria Sibylla Merian (1647--1717) and the Culture of Natural History. Ph.D.Dissertation: University of Wisconsin, Madison, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | environmental sciences | gender studies | Maria Sibylla Merian | natural history | visual arts--17th C
  
Krajnc, Anita. Green Learning: The Role of Scientists and the Environmental Movement. Ph.D. Dissertation: University of Toronto, 2001.
Keywords: Biological Sciences | climate | environmental sciences | rhetoric of science | social sciences
  
McMahon, Susan. Constructing Natural History in England (1650--1700). Ph.D. Dissertation, University of Alberta, 2001.
Keywords: environmental sciences | John Ray | literature--17th C | natural history | rhetoric of science | Royal Society | Science Studies | taxonomy
  
Meyer, John M. Political Nature: Environmentalism and the Interpretation of Western Thought. Cambridge, MA: MIT Press, 2001.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | philosophy | politics
  
Miller, Char. Gifford Pinchot and the Making of Modern Environmentalism. Washington, DC: Island Press/Shearwater Books, 2001.
Keywords: conservation | environmental sciences | Gifford Pinchot
  
Montefiore, Janet. “'The Fact that Possesses My Imagination': Rachel Carson, Science, and Writing.” Women: A Cultural Review 12 (Spring 2001): 44-56.
Keywords: environmental sciences | Rachel Carson | rhetoric of science
  
Müller-Rommel, Ferdinand, and Holger Meyer. “Social Sciences and Environmental Sciences: A State of the Art Review.” Environmental Politics 10 (Winter 2001): 49-62.
Keywords: environmental sciences | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | social sciences
  
Richardson, Kelly L. “'A Happy Rural Seat of Various Views': The Ecological Spirit in Sarah Orne Jewett's The Country of the Pointed Firs and the Dunnet Landing Stories .” In Edwards (Collections ), pp. 95-109.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | Sarah Orne Jewett
  
Rozelle, Lee. Ecosublime: Green Readings in American Literature from Poe to Lopez . Ph.D. Dissertation: University Southern Mississippi, 2001.
Keywords: aesthetics | Barry Lopez | Edgar Allan Poe | Edward Abbey | environmental sciences | Gerald Vizenor | Isabella Bird | literature--19th & 20th C | myth | Nathanael West | postmodernism | rhetoric of science | social sciences | sublime | technology | Wendell Berry | William Carlos Williams
  
Rozelle, Lee. “Oceanic Terrain: Peristaltic and Ecological Sublimity in Poe's The Journal of Julius Rodman and Isabella Bird's A Lady's Life in the Rocky Mountains .” In Herzogenrath (Collections ), pp. 105-122.
Keywords: Edgar Allan Poe | environmental sciences | Isabella Bird | sublime
  
Ryden, Kent C. Landscape with Figures: Nature & Culture in New England . Iowa City: University of Iowa Press, 2001.
Keywords: cartography | environmental sciences | Henry David Thoreau | landscape | technology
  
Ryder, Mary R. “Willa Cather as Nature Writer: A Cry in the Wilderness.” In Edwards ( Collections ), pp. 75-84.
Keywords: environmental sciences | Willa Cather
  
Schneekloth, Lynda H. “Plants: The Ultimate Alien.” Extrapolation 42 (Fall 2001): 246-254.
Keywords: alienation | botany | ecology | environmental sciences | Nina Kiriki Hoffman | science fiction | Ursula K. Le Guin
  
Smith, Michael B. “'Silence, Miss Carson!': Science, Gender, and the Reception of Silent Spring .” FSt [note: Feminist Studies] 27 (2001): 733-752.
Keywords: environmental sciences | lgender studies | Rachel Carson | Science Studies
  
Sowards, Adam M. 'He's a Natural': Justice William O. Douglas and the American Environmental Tradition. Ph.D. Dissertation: Arizona State University, 2001.
Keywords: Aldo Leopold | environmental sciences | Frederick Jackson Turner | Henry David Thoreau | John Muir | Sierra Club | William O. Douglas
  
Stepan, Nancy Leys. Picturing Tropical Nature / Nancy Leys Stepan. Ithaca, NY: Cornell University Press, 2001.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | philosophy | visual arts--general
  
Sterba, James P. Three Challenges to Ethics: Environmentalism, Feminism, and Multiculturalism. New York: Oxford University Press, 2001.
Keywords: environmental sciences | ethics | gender studies | multiculturalism
  
Stott, Philip. “Jungles of the Mind: The Invention of the ‘Tropical Rain Forest.'” History Today 51, no. 5 (2001): 38-44.
Keywords: environmental sciences | social sciences
  
Stratton, Susan. “The Messiah and the Greens: The Shape of Environmental Action in Dune and Pacific Edge. ” Extrapolation 42 (Winter 2001): 303-316.
Keywords: apocalypse | Brian Stableford | Darwinism | ecocriticism | ecology | environmental sciences | Frank Herbert | gender studies | green party | Kim Stanley Robinson | Rachel Carson | social sciences | Ursula K. Le Guin | utopia
  
Tisdell, Clement Allan. Tourism Economics, the Environment and Development: Analysis and Policy. Cheltenham, UK; Northampton, MA: Edward Elgar, 2001.
Keywords: environmental sciences | exploration discovery & travel | tourism
  
Turrell, James. “James Turrell: Au coeur du Volcan [interview].” Connaissance des Arts , no. 587 (Oct. 2001): 52-63.
Keywords: astronomy | environmental sciences | James Turrell | light | Physical Sciences | visual arts--20th C
  
Waldron, Karen E. “The Land as Consciousness: Ecological Being and the Movement of Words in the Works of Leslie Marmon Silko.” In Edwards (Collections ), pp. 178-203.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | landscape | Leslie Marmon Silko
  
Williams, Terry Tempest. Red: Passion and Patience in the Desert. New York: Pantheon Books, 2001.
Keywords: ecology | environmental sciences | literature--20th C | natural history | Psychological & Cognitive Sciences | Terry Tempest Williams
  
Wolfe, Steven. “The Path to a New Environmental Consciousness in The Deerslayer.” James Fenimore Cooper Society Miscellaneous Papers 14 (August 2001): 7-10.
Keywords: environmental sciences | James Fenimore Cooper