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|Statement||edited by Arthur H. Westing.|
|Contributions||Westing, Arthur H., Stockholm International Peace Research Institute.|
|LC Classifications||U167.5.E58 E58 1984|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xiii, 107 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||107|
|LC Control Number||84008895|
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Study of the environmental impact of war focuses on the modernization of warfare and its increasing effects on the environment. Scorched earth methods have been used for much of recorded history.
However, the methods of modern warfare cause far greater devastation on the progression of warfare from chemical weapons to nuclear weapons has increasingly created stress on.
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It also makes a timely contribution to the first review conference of the Enmod Convention. Environmental warfare, or the manipulation of the environment for hostile military purposes, is prohibited by the Convention on the Prohibition of Military or any other Hostile Use of Environmental.
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Naval Forces and provides the foundation for the key approaches used to evaluate the METOC enterprise in the remainder of the report. Joint Publication defines “battlespace” as the environment. Unrestricted Warfare Qiao Liang and Wang Xiangsui (Beijing: PLA Literature and Arts Publishing House, February ) environmental protection, but it is certain that the metamorphosis of warfare will have Environmental warfare book more This is the topic that this book attempts to touch on and shed.
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This page is a list of environmental books. In this context they are notable books that describe, as a major theme, the effects of human activity on the environment. Non-fiction is an account or representation of a subject which is presented as fact.
This presentation may be accurate or not; that is, it can give either a true or a false. Ecoterrorism, also called ecological terrorism or environmental terrorism, destruction, or the threat of destruction, of the environment by states, groups, or individuals in order to intimidate or to coerce governments or civilians.
The term also has been applied to a variety of crimes committed against companies or government agencies and intended to prevent or to interfere with activities. Other articles where Environmental warfare is discussed: ecoterrorism: of ecoterrorism, often described as environmental warfare, consists of the deliberate and illegal destruction, exploitation, or modification of the environment as a strategy of war or in times of armed conflict (including civil conflict within states).
Modification of the environment that occurs during armed conflict and. Additional Physical Format: Online version: Environmental warfare. London ; Philadelphia: Taylor & Francis, (OCoLC) Document Type: Book.
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Environmental warfare may sound new to some, but it has been researched extensively in military circles for years. The first public description of weather modification techniques as a weapon of war was made on 20 March, At that time the Pentagon revealed a seven-year cloud seeding effort in Vietnam and Cambodia, costing $ million.
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“Turchetti shows a peculiar and little-known history: how the most effective defense alliance in history incorporated environmental concerns into its research and administration through what he terms the ‘surveillance imperative,’ or the need to capture, depict, and track the earth’s environment to plan for potential warfare in an era of nuclear weapons and catastrophic conflict.
the dark world of environmental warfare T. Coles Didn’t it rain Declassified records show that from tothe Royal Air Force (RAF) released various substances, including dry ice, silver iodide, and salt into the atmosphere at high altitudes in order to induce.
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A definition of mountain warfare mainly derived from environmental influences on body functions is introduced to help identify the main environmental hazards. Cold, rugged terrain, hypoxic exposure, and often a combination and mutual aggravation of these factors are the most important environmental factors of mountain by: 1.
Environmental Ecology: The Impacts of Pollution and Other Stresses on Ecosystem Structure and Function deals with environmental studies on the ecological impacts of anthropogenic stresses.
The book discusses more particularly the ways that anthropogenic or natural influences affect the quality of the inorganic and biotic components of the. Thoroughly revised and significantly expanded, the Second Edition of Environmental Ecology provides new case studies and in-depth treatment of the effects of pollution and other disturbances on our oceans, lakes, forests, and air.
New chapters on biological resources and ecological applications have been added, including material on environmental economics, import assessments, ecological.
He works primarily in environmental history and the history of technology. He is the author of War and Nature: Fighting Humans and Insects with Chemicals from World War I to Silent Spring (Cambridge University Press, ).
He also co-edited, with Richard Tucker, Natural Enemy, Natural Ally: Toward an Environmental History of War (). Yet environmental research related to warfare is limited in depth and fragmented by discipline.
Here we (1) outline a field of study called “warfare ecology,” (2) provide a taxonomy of warfare useful for organizing the field, (3) review empirical studies, and (4) propose research directions and policy implications that emerge from the.
In the Decisive Ecological Warfare scenario, some of the mechanisms are intentionally accelerated and encouraged, while others are slowed or reduced. For example, energy decline by decreasing consumption of fossil fuels is a mechanism of collapse highly beneficial to the planet and (especially in the medium to long term) humans, and that.
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“Warfare is inherently destructive of sustainable shall therefore respect international law providing protection for the environment in times of armed conflict and cooperate in its further development, as necessary.” – Rio Declaration The application of weapons, the destruction of structures and oil fields, fires, military transport movements and chemical spraying.
“We could also see sophisticated environmental warfare, capable of spreading plant and human diseases by insects or insect-machine hybrids. Crops and cattle could be destroyed, as well as people being incapacitated or killed,” the document predicts.
‘Obesity epidemic’, mental disorders. The coverage is variegated, with topics ranging from war in precolonial central India, to precolonial and colonial African warfare, to the role of organisms in the battle of Gettysburg and the Civil War, to timber, pests, whaling, and broad environmental impacts of World War II on Japan and : Sheldon Ungar.
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The environmental devastation caused by military conflict has been witnessed in the wake of the Vietnam War, the Gulf War and the Kosovo conflict. This book brings together leading international lawyers, military officers, scientists and economists to examine the legal, political, economic and scientific implications of wartime damage to the natural environment and public health.
The Long Shadows is the first book to offer global perspectives on the environmental history of World War II. Based on long-term research, the selected essays represent the best available studies in different fields and countries.
With contributions touching on Europe, America, Asia, and Africa, the book has a truly global approach. Deliberate environmental warfare is not new in the annals of war but the world has never experienced a situation at the magnitude of what occurred in the Persian Gulf. ANALYSIS: In order to establish an approach to determine the geographic extent and location of the oil spill, this analysis is based on understanding and employing the spectral.
Editorial Reviews. Saddam Hussein's oil fires during the Persian Gulf War were only the latest example of the environmental costs of warfare. In this useful survey, Lanier-Graham goes back to earliest recorded times--Samson burning the crops of the Philistines, King Archidamus cutting down fruit trees to form a palisade in the Peloponnesian War--to show how armies have incidentally or Pages: Chemical and biological warfare agents are threats to the military and civilians alike in both terrorist and conventional warfare scenarios.
When materials become contaminated with these agents, they must be decontaminated before they can be removed or reused. This book is a comprehensive overview of the scientific research and development that.
The decision to publish scholarly findings bearing on the question of Amerindian environmental degradation, warfare, and/or violence is one that weighs heavily on anthropologists.
This burden stems from the fact that documentation of this may render descendant communities vulnerable to a host of. Chemical weapons have been produced during the twentieth century by many countries and in large quantities. They are still kept in the military arsenals as weapons of in kind or flexible response.
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Fast-forward Fossil: Petro-despotism and the Resource Curse 68 In writing this book, I have returned repeatedly for inspi-ration to three towering ﬁ gures. Edward Said, Rachel Carson, and Ramach- slow violence and the environmentalism of the poor.