The title of this book puzzled me at first. Its subject is the effort to restore seriously disturbed ecosystems on some of the world’s remotest islands. But the fact is that these farthest-flung islands of the North and Central Pacific have been far from forgotten: they have been possessed and repossessed many times over in national struggles for . . .
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