Tropical Pacific Island Environments

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Tropical Pacific Island Environments

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by Christopher S. Lobban
Maria Schefter
Frank Camacho
John Johnson

2014, paperback, color
560 pp, 9.5" x 11"

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This second edition of Tropical Pacific Island Environments is the most comprehensive and up-to-date text covering the biological, ecological, and environmental relationships of Oceania.  The text explores the cultural negotiations between traditional knowledges and western scientific methods to better inform readers of the biogenesis of the Pacific.  

The colorful use of graphics, illustrations and maps makes this invaluable resource engaging, while supplementing the scientific research, case studies and data that have been incorporated to demonstrate just how the world of the Pacific has changed over the centuries.  Content related to climate change, ecosystem management, and sustainability make this text all the more relevant for today's reader and student.