Global History of National Parks

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Global History of National Parks
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10.5446/4454 (DOI)
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2011
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English
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Niepytalska, Marta
Hahn, Alec
Mata, Josefina
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2011
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Zurich

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Carson Fellow Patrick Kupper schreibt eine Geschichte der Nationalparks, mit speziellem Fokus auf den Schweizer Nationalpark. Er erforscht die lokalen Regionen der Parks und stellt sie dann in einen nationalen Vergleich. In der Schweiz ist der Park eine Kombination aus Naturerhaltung und wissenschaftlichem Forschungsprojekt, um den Forschern nicht nur die Natur, sondern auch die Wirkung auf die Menschen näher zu bringen. Carson Fellow Patrick Kupper ist Historiker für Umwelt und Technologie im 19. Und 20. Jahrhundert.
Carson Fellow Patrick Kupper focuses on the history of the Swiss National Park as a first step towards writing an international history of conservation in national parks. One of the oldest parks in the world, the Swiss National Park fuses two priorities: nature preservation and scientific research. In particular, Kupper researches conflict at both the local and national levels to supplement and connect the biological and social history of the Swiss National Park to the global narrative of national parks. Dr. Kupper is a senior lecturer of modern history, specializing in environmental history and the history of science at the University of Zurich.
Keywords Naturschutz Umweltgeschichte Nationalparks Veraenderung von Landschaften Schweiz nature preservation environmental history global national park
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