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Browsing Pacific Science, Volume 51, Numbers 1-4, 1997 by Title

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  • Hampton, Monty A.; Torresan, Michael E.; Barber, John H Jr. (University of Hawaii Press, 1997-01)
    We surveyed the sea-floor geology within a 200-km2 area of Mamala Bay, off Honolulu, Hawai'i, by collecting and analyzing sidescan sonar images, 3.5kHz profiles, video and still visual images, and box-core samples. The ...
  • Zug, George R.; Ineich, Ivan (University of Hawaii Press, 1997-04)
    A rediscovered population of Emoia caeruleocauda from the Fiji Islands is compared with populations from Papua New Guinea, the Caroline Islands, and Vanuatu. Morphometrically, females from all populations are somewhat ...
  • Marr, Kendrick L.; Bohm, Bruce A. (University of Hawaii Press, 1997-07)
    A taxonomic revision of the endemic Lysimachia of the Hawaiian Islands was undertaken with the goal of clarifying species boundaries, especially within the L. hillebrandii/L. remyi complex of the previous taxonomic ...
  • Sadlier, Ross A.; Bauer, Aaron M. (University of Hawaii Press, 1997-01)
    The terrestrial herpetofauna of the Loyalty Islands, New Caledonia, is reviewed. This is the first comprehensive account of the reptile fauna of these islands since Roux's monograph on the region in 1913 and is based on ...
  • Soicher, A.J.; Peterson, F.L. (University of Hawaii Press, 1997-07)
    Water-quality degradation is often linked to land use practices in adjacent and upstream areas. Such linkages are here explored for the Lahaina District of Maui, Hawai'i, where severe algae blooms in 1989 and 1991 prompted ...
  • Cohen, Andrew N.; Carlton, James T. (University of Hawaii Press, 1997-01)
    Live importation of the Chinese mitten crab, (Eriocheir sinensis H. Milne-Edwards, 1854) was banned by both California and the United States in the late 1980s because of concerns about potential damage to levees, rice ...
  • Woodcock, Alfred H. (University of Hawaii Press, 1997-01)
    The worldwide distribution of Physalia physalis (L.) (the Portuguese man-of-war), a wind-propelled jellyfish-like animal on sea-surface waters, is a much discussed but poorly understood phenomenon. The radically different ...
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