Edited By: Craig Moritz and Jiro Kikkawa
404 pages, Col & b/w illus, line illus
The extraordinary biological diversity of islands of the south-west Pacific is under severe threat from a number of human processes. This major text aims to make resource managers aware of new ideas and technologies, and to make researchers more aware of the needs of resource managers. It reviews the major problems facing the regional biotas, with suggestions for improvements that can be made.
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