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By: National Research Council
138 pages, Illus, tabs
This book, while focusing on current preservation challenges posed by the Aga, or Mariana Crow, also reflects the larger issues and challenges of biodiversity conservation in all oceanic island ecosystems. It evaluates causes for the continuing decline of the Aga, which exists on only the two southernmost islands in the Mariana archipelago, Guam and Rota, and reviews actions to a halt or reverse the decrease.
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Committee on the Scientific Bases for the Preservation of the Mariana Crow, National Research Council
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