By Julie S. Field,Michael Graves
For researchers, Nu'alolo Kai unfolded the area of way of life of indigenous Hawaiians among advert 1400 and 1900. extra importantly, we find out how their procurement and usage of animals—wild marine organisms and birds, in addition to domesticated canines and pigs—affected neighborhood assets. Demonstrating that an elevated choice for brought animals, comparable to canine and pigs, successfully restricted unfavorable affects on wild animal assets, the essays in Abundance and Resilience jointly argue that the Hawaiian group of Nu'alolo Kai practiced a sustainable type of animal source procurement and administration for 5 centuries.
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Abundance and Resilience: Farming and Foraging in Ancient Kaua`i by Julie S. Field,Michael Graves