Author:Cuddihy, Linda W. & Charles P. Stone

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Alteration of Native Hawaiian Vegetation: Effects of Humans, their Activities and Introductions

By: Cuddihy, Linda W. & Charles P. Stone

Price: NZ$75.00

Publisher: Singapore, Les Editions du Pacifique: (1988)

Edition: First Edition

Seller ID: 16064

ISBN: 0824813081

Condition: Near Fine with no dust jacket


Previous owner's small rubber name stamp. ; xii, 138 pages. Illustrated wrappers. Page dimensions: 279 x 215mm. "Native Hawaiian plants evolved from a few hardy colonizers in relative isolation for millions of years prior to human arrival in the Islands. With settlement by Polynesian peoples, Hawai'i's coastal and lowland vegetation was modified as humans increased in numbers, developed complex agricultural systems, and managed the land over at least a 1,300-year period. The impacts of the aboriginal people on native vegetation were substantial" - from blurb on rear wrapper. View more info