A Natural History of the Hawaiian Islands: Selected Readings III
- About the Book
The thirty-eight selections in this book, newly edited by Cynthia L. Hunter, provide a fresh and up-to-date synthesis of the rich knowledge that comprises the natural history of the Hawaiian Islands. From sea mounts to sea birds, mauka to makai, the articles here offer insights to the unparalleled geological, biological, and historical processes that make these islands unique and fascinating.
- About the Author(s)
Cynthia L. Hunter, EditorCynthia L. Hunter is professor of biology at the University of Hawai‘i at Mānoa where she studies and teaches about coral reefs and natural history.
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