This has therefore helped to present a fresh insight that can deviate from the normal norms.
The biological revolutions underlying these successes were much more complicated than simply bringing crops and animals ashore. Humans have been excluded from the picture which is not good Crosby But these immigrants, moving into environments where organisms were not preadapted to prey on or effectively resist them, have often done well indeed.
Where these and like quadrupeds—goats, for instance—did well, so did the Europeans. Crosby 's Ecological Imperialism - It took many years and a lot of factors to create the world we live in today. Alfred Crosby's informative novel Ecological Imperialism: The Biological Expansion of Europe, focuses on the ecological side of European expansion.
Where the triumph was mixed, as in tropical America and South Africa, the Europeans conquered militarily but not demographically. In fact Crosby has been able to popularize the concept of ecological dimension by looking at the history of imperial expansion into the new world.
The Columbian exchange: Biological and cultural consequences of