Melanesia : a Geographical Interpretation of an Island World
At the end of the 1960s an important stage has been reached in geographical research and writing on the tropical southwest Pacific. Rapid expansion in the number of geographers who have worked in these islands has been accompanied by steady progress away from simple description and report, toward a more analytical and problem-seeking approach. Between 1950 and 1969 more than fifty geographers have worked in the region covered by this book, coming from Australia and New Zealand, Europe,...[Show more]
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