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Bombs AwayMilitarization, Conservation, and Ecological Restoration$
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David G. Havlick

Print publication date: 2018

Print ISBN-13: 9780226547541

Published to Chicago Scholarship Online: September 2018

DOI: 10.7208/chicago/9780226547688.001.0001

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Remembering and Restoring Militarized Landscapes

Remembering and Restoring Militarized Landscapes

(p.137) Seven Remembering and Restoring Militarized Landscapes
Bombs Away

David G. Havlick

University of Chicago Press

The lessons and legacies of militarized landscapes are shaped not only by dynamic ecosystem processes and physical change, but also by politics, economics, and social priorities. This chapter attends to different examples of how militarized landscapes can be represented and negotiated, both in ways that obscure the important histories that exist and in others that keep these visible or memorable over time.

Keywords:   Japan, militarized landscapes, Hiroshima, Orford Ness, Bravo 20, National TLC Service, Rocky Flats, Hanford

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