The ecology of Nusa Tenggara and Maluku
Periplus Editions, 15/08/1997 - 966 páginas
This volume covers perhaps the most diverse region of Indonesia. It presents for the first time extensive data on the people, ecosystems, biodiversity, and land use of Nusa Tenggara and Maluku, and provides scientists with guidelines for worthwhile ecological and socioeconomic research projects.These eagerly-awaited volumes are the result of four years of research into the status of Indonesian coastal and marine ecosystems. They chart the extraordinary treasure trove of the areas marine biodiversity, and discuss the problems that have resulted from current population pressures and economic development.
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