"climate change"

Landscape Engineering Impacts the Long-Term Stability of Agricultural Populations

Explaining the stability of human populations provides knowledge for understanding the resilience of human societies to environmental change. Here, we use archaeological radiocarbon records to evaluate a hypothesis drawn from resilience thinking that …

Knowledge generation via social-knowledge network co-evolution: 30 years (1990–2019) of adaptation, mitigation and transformation related to climate change

Knowledge production is a co-evolutionary process where scientific topics and concepts are debated, discussed and assessed between scientists. We assess, we analyze, we “interpret” the world, and, at the same time, we communicate with one another, …

The global ecology of human population density and interpreting changes in paleo-population density

Explaining variation in human population density constitutes a basic research problem in human ecology and archaeological science. To contribute to this basic research problem, we build a graphic model and conduct a global analysis of the effects of …

Investigating environmental migration and other rural drought adaptation strategies in Baja California Sur, Mexico

© 2018 Springer-Verlag GmbH Germany, part of Springer Nature This paper explores the relationship between specific household traits (region of residence, head of household occupation, financial diversity, female level of education, land and animal …