Science of Pacific Island Peoples: land use and agriculture (Vol. 2)
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John Morrison, Paul Geraghty and Linda Crowl (ed's)
Institute of Pacific Studies - University of the South Pacific.
Science of Pacific Island Peoples is a series of four volumes which contains a unique collection of traditional scientific and technical knowledge, from the Pacific Islands. This, the second, volume on Land Use and Agriculture contains chapters on Kiribati, Western Samoia, yam cultivation in Tonga, an irrigated taro agrosystem in Fiji, the impact of mining in Papau New Guinea, taro islets in Chuuk, refuges in Hawai'i, Polynesian forest, aerial photography, yam cultivation in Solomaon Islands, and agroforestry.
UNIVERSITY OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC
Cook Islands, Fiji, Kiribati, Marshall Islands, Nauru, Niue, Solomon Islands,
Tokelau, Tonga, Tuvalu, Vanuatu, Samoa.
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