The Anthropocene Review
The Anthropocene Review, a trans-disciplinary journal issued 3 times per year, brings together peer-reviewed articles on all aspects of research pertaining to the Anthropocene, from earth and environmental sciences, social sciences, material sciences, and humanities. High impact research articles, authoritative and stimulating reviews, and brief ‘perspective’ articles are especially welcome. Its overall aim is to communicate clearly and across a wide range of disciplines and interests, the causes, history, nature and implications of a world in which human activities are integral to the functioning of the Earth System.
Published by SAGE Publishing.
|A sociometabolic reading of the Anthropocene: Modes of subsistence, population size and human impact on Earth.||Journal Article||Fischer-Kowalski et al. Fischer-Kowalski,Marina; Krausmann,Fridolin; Pallua,Irene||2014|