The invasion of New Zealand by people, plants, and animals : the South Island.

New Brunswick, Rutgers University Press, 1949.

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Subjects Natural history -- New Zealand -- South Island.
Natural history.
New Zealand -- South Island.
South Island (N.Z.) -- Population.
Series Rutgers University. Rutgers University studies in geography ; no. 1.
Description xiv, 465 pages illustrations, maps 24 cm.
Copyright Date 1949.
Notes Includes bibliographical references (pages 429-452).
Contents I. The land. 1. The primitive habitat: setting for the invasion -- II. The people. 2. Polynesian occupation and early European contacts -- 3. The flow of settlement after 1840 -- 4. The changing population: its numbers, distribution, and character -- III. The invading animals. 5. The hearth area -- 6. Sheep -- 7. Cattle -- 8. The minor domesticated animals -- 9. The animal pests -- IV. The invading plants. 10. The place of plant husbandry -- 11. Potatoes -- 12. Wheat -- 13. The brassicas, grasses, and clovers -- 14. Exotic trees and shrubs -- V. Conclusion. 15. Conclusion.
Geographic Area New Zealand
Network Numbers (OCoLC)1302508
WorldCat Search OCLC WorldCat
WorldCat Identities Clark, Andrew Hill, 1911-1975.
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