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Anthropogenic Biomes of the World

$49.95
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Anthropogenic biomes, also known as anthromes or human biomes, describe the terrestrial biosphere in its contemporary, human-altered form using global ecosystem units defined by global patterns of sustained direct human interaction with ecosystems, offering a new way forward for ecological research and education.

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Anthropogenic biomes, also known as anthromes or human biomes, describe the terrestrial biosphere in its contemporary, human-altered form using global ecosystem units defined by global patterns of sustained direct human interaction with ecosystems, offering a new way forward for ecological research and education. This map is based on the article: 'Putting people in the map: anthropogenic biomes of the world' by Erle Ellis and Navin Ramankutty in 2008 in Frontiers in Ecology and the Environment 6(8):439-447.
  • Physical/Terrain

Additional Information

Geography World
Geo Type World
Map Type Territory Maps
Usage Type Classroom Maps
Niche Environment
Publisher Geography and Environmental Systems, UMBC

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  1. Bridging human and physical geography
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    This is a high quality wall map that is excellent for classroom use or anywhere else people ponder the planet. This global map illustrates human transformation and use of the biosphere and includes pictures of different anthromes (anthropogenic biomes), based on the paper "Putting people in the map: Anthropogenic Biomes of the World" by myself (Erle Ellis) and Navin Ramankutty.

  2. Bridging physical and human geography
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    This is a high quality wall map that is excellent for classroom use or anywhere else people ponder the planet. This global map illustrates human transformation and use of the biosphere and includes pictures of different anthromes (anthropogenic biomes), based on the paper "Putting people in the map: Anthropogenic Biomes of the World" by myself (Erle Ellis) and Navin Ramankutty.

  3. bridging physical and human geography
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    Very high quality print, excellent for classroom use or anywhere else people ponder the planet. This global map illustrates human transformation of the biosphere and includes pictures of different anthropogenic biomes (anthromes). It is based on the paper by myself (Erle Ellis) and Navin Ramankutty "Putting people in the map: Anthropogenic Biomes of the World".

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