A Natural History of the Hawaiian Islands: Selected Readings II
- About the Book
This volume brings together recent primary source materials on major themes in Hawaiian natural history: the geological processes that have built the Islands; the physical factors that influence the Island's terrestrial ecosystems; the dynamics of the sea that support coral reefs, fish, and mollusks; the peculiarities of animals and plants that have evolved in the Islands and are found nowhere else; and the human impact on the land, plants, and animals.
- About the Author(s)
E. Alison Kay, Author
- Supporting Resources