In the Shadow of Melting Glaciers Climate Change and Andean Societyby Carey, Mark
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Assistant Professor of History, Washington and Lee University
Table of Contents
|Note on Text||p. xi|
|Melted Ice Destroys a City: Huaraz, 1941||p. 19|
|Georacial Disorder beneath Enchanted Lakes||p. 45|
|Engineering the Andes, Nationalizing Natural Disaster||p. 67|
|High Development Follows Disasters||p. 97|
|In Pursuit of Danger: Defining and Defending Hazard Zones||p. 121|
|The Story of Vanishing Water Towers||p. 147|
|The Risk of Neoliberal Glaciers||p. 165|
|Selected Cordillera Blanca Glacial Lake Security Projects||p. 199|
|Glacier-Related Disasters in Cordillera Blanca History||p. 200|
|Government Entities Conducting Glacier and Glacial Lake Projects||p. 201|
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