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ASEH members receive a subscription to Environmental History (EH), the copy2_of_EHApril2006.jpgworld's leading scholarly journal in environmental history. EH brings together scholars, scientists, and practitioners from a wide array of disciplines to explore changing relationships between humans and the environment over time. Oxford University Press publishes EH on a quarterly basis, on behalf of the American Society for Environmental History and Forest History Society. If you are an ASEH member you can click here to access the journal.


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