Germain Boucher-Bondely, Science and Conservation in the Tuamotu Lagoons

September 25, 12:30pm - 2:00pm
Mānoa Campus, Sakamaki Hall A201

This talk explores the relationships among science, governance and environmental policy in light of Germain Boucher-Bondely, a French scientist sent to study the Tuamotu Lagoons in Oceania. The expedition took place in the 1880s and generated a controversial report about oysters and the pearl industry.


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History, Mānoa Campus

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Peter H Hoffenberg, 956-8497, peterh@hawaii.edu

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