University of Hawai'i at Mānoa

PACIFIC COOPERATIVE STUDIES UNIT

University of Hawai'i at Mānoa

PACIFIC COOPERATIVE STUDIES UNIT

Stone, C. P. and D. B. Stone (eds.). 1988. CONSERVATION BIOLOGY IN HAWAII. Distributed by University of Hawaii Press, Honolulu, Hawaii

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Table of Contents




Explanatory Notes



Hawaii's Uniqueness


Hawaiian Ecosystems


The Uniqueness of Hawaii's Biota


The Volcanic Origin of the Hawaiian Islands





Plant Taxonomy in the Hawaiian Islands




Non-native Plants


Alien Plant Management



Native Invertebrates


Non-native Invertebrates


Non-native Vertebrates



Captive Propagation of Native Birds


Communities and Species Diversity


Biological Diversity and Its Loss


Gene Pool Conservation



Problems, Planning and Protection


Controlling the Flow of Non-native Species



Biological Databases


Vegetation Mapping



Protection of Natural Habitats


Conservation Education


Environmental Education in Hawaii


History, Problems and Needs


Techniques and Targets




Values and Ethics


Hawaiian Conservation Values


Outdoor Ethics in America


Humanity's Responsibility


The Value of Conservation Education