Puna geothermal area biotic assessment, Puna District, County of Hawaii : final report

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1985-04
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Department of Botany, University of Hawaii at Manoa
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The development of geothermal resources in the Puna District of the Island of Hawaii requires continued extension and/or verification of baseline environmental data and information. Part of this requirement is determination of the status of local flora and fauna with special reference to rare, threatened and endangered birds and higher plants. 'This is a report on a project which has compiled existing information on the flora and fauna of the area, conducted additional field studies in the areas, identified sites of special biological significance and assessed the probable effects on the biota of geothermal resource development at various places in Puna.
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Six folded maps in pockets. "A report prepared for the Hawaii State Department of Planning and Economic Development."
Project personnel C. H. Lamoureux, Director/Botanist W.P. Char, Field Biologist A. J. Berger, Ornithologist L. W. Cuddihy, Field Assistant M. S. Kjargaard, Field Assistant R. L. Stemmermann. Field Assistant W. A. Whistler, Field Assistant
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Hawaii Island, plants, Big Island, Kilauea, baseline, Puna, Hawaii
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Department of Botany, University of Hawaii at Manoa. 1985. Puna geothermal area biotic assessment, Puna District, County of Hawaii: final report. Honolulu (HI): Department of Botany, University of Hawaii at Manoa.
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141 pages
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