4 edition of Human Biology in Papua New Guinea found in the catalog.
Human Biology in Papua New Guinea
January 14, 1993
by Oxford University Press, USA
Written in English
|Contributions||Robert D. Attenborough (Editor), Michael P. Alpers (Editor)|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||448|
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Identification. Papua is probably derived from the Malay word papuwah ("fuzzy hair"). In , a Spanish explorer called the island Nueva , the western half of New Guinea was officially recognized as Dutch New Guinea, the northeastern section became German New Guinea, and the southeastern quarter became British New Guinea. SummaryIn Papua New Guinea growth is slow and adult body size is small. This is often considered an adaptation to the low energy and nutrient densities of the diets in which tubers and root crops predominate. Social and economic change have been a feature of Papua New Guinea, particularly in recent times. In the human biology of two contrasting communities, one coastal with a long Cited by: New Guinea Moon is the story of a sixteen-year-old Australian girl who moved to New Guinea to live with her bush pilot father in the s. I am a sucker for books with interesting settings and I have never read a book set in New Guinea before. I was also interested /5.
Jun 3, - Land of the Unexpected! And another place we called 'Home'. See more ideas about Papua new guinea, People of the world and People around the world pins. Papua New Guinea possesses among the most remarkable ecosystems in the world in terms of plant species richness and marine biodiversity. During the biotic survey "Our Planet Reviewed – Papua New Guinea " more than two hundred people have explored these ecosystems, from the bottom of the Bismarck Sea to the summit of Mount Wilhelm. A Short History of Papua New Guinea is a concise book describing the quick and steady growth of the many small, isolated and self-sufficient societies that made up the fledging British Papua and German New Guinea colonies towards the end of the nineteenth century. In less than one hundred years the people in both colonies were united as one nation, achieving independence in
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