Browsing Pacific Science, Volume 31, Numbers 1-4, 1977 by Title

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  • Atkinson, IAE (University of Hawaii Press, 1977-04)
    Between 1892 and 1930, 58 percent (30 taxa) of Hawaiian endemic forest birds either were greatly reduced or became extinct. The order in which the islands experienced major declines of several forest birds is Oahu (ca. ...
  • Kroopnick, Peter (University of Hawaii Press, 1977-01)
    Rainwater samples collected on 20 islands in the Pacific and Atlantic oceans since 1961 have been analyzed for dissolved sulfate and chloride ion concentrations. Samples from sparsely populated islands have S04: CI ratios ...
  • Santelices, Bernabe (University of Hawaii Press, 1977-01)
    The present study reviews most collections of Gelidiales known from Hawaii. Three genera, each one including four species, are recognized among nearly 350 specimens examined. The genus Gelidiefla is represented in Hawaii ...
  • Maciolek, JA (University of Hawaii Press, 1977-10)
    Three species ascribed to the goby genus Lentipes include two from Hawaii, L. concolor (Gill 1860) and L. seminudus Gunther (1880), and one from the Gulf of Guinea, L. bustamantaei Boulenger (1916). The Hawaiian species ...
  • Takeda, Masatsune (University of Hawaii Press, 1977-01)
    Crabs of the family Dynomenidae from precious coral beds off Oahu, Hawaiian Islands, are described as Dynomene devanryi sp. nov. The species is characterized by the velvetlike tomentum without long hairs, some ...
  • Sabath, Michael D (University of Hawaii Press, 1977-10)
    The urban and nonurban vegetation on the Micronesian atoll of Majuro is described, including changes in forest canopy, understory shrubs, yards, and cultural features since urbanization began in 1944. Currently, the nonurban ...
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