Edited By: John Loret and John T Tanacredi
240 pages, B/w photos, figs, maps
Presents research from 3 years of expeditions to Easter Island. The primary objectives were to investigate the effects of human population growth on the ecology of the island and to discover whether any dramatic climate changes such as El Nino could have disrupted the island's fragile ecosystem.
From the Contents:Introduction.- Part I: Documenting the World Heritage Significance of Easter Island.- Part II: Ecological Considerations and Restoration/Protection Efforts of Natural/Cultural Resources.- Part III: Technological Applications to Protect Biological and Cultural Artifacts.- Addendum.- List of Expedition Participants.- Index.
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