The ecology of Papua, Part 1
Ecology of Papua Part I is a definitive guide to the ecology and natural history of Papua, the western half of the island of New Guinea. From the Ecology of Indonesia series, this title, along with Part II, contains essays by the world's leading experts on Papua's physical environment, flora, fauna, natural ecosystems, human interactions with nature and the conservation of natural resources.
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