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By: Sébastien Larrue(Editor), Arthur Lyon Dahl(Preface By)
248 pages, colour & b/w photos, colour & b/w illustrations, tables
Biodiversity and Societies in the Pacific Islands covers topics relating to invasive species and more positive interactions between man and plant on the Pacific islands. With contributions from both scientists in the natural sciences and the humanities, different approaches to island biodiversity are illustrated, highlighting that questions of biodiversity conservation are interdisciplinary in nature. Biodiversity and Societies in the Pacific Islands is co-publication with the Australian National University Press.
Please note: despite several online sources claiming this book is written in French, we have confirmed with the French publisher that it is written in English.
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