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The Natural history of Enewetak Atoll

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DOeEV/06703-T1-Vbl. 1(DE87006110)Natural oThgi HistoiyEnewetak AtollVolume I The Environments,Ecosystem:United statesand ProcessesBiotas,ofDepartment EnergyOffice ofResearchEnergyOffice of andHealthEnvironmental ResearchResearchEcologicalDivision>»:k'hVolume IThe Ecosystem: Environments, andBiotas, Processes? J)oo«Aerial vit-w of Enewetak Atoll from an altitude of ft north. The wide south to the the bottom of the10.000 is atTop: looking passage lagoon pic-^tiirc. The three islands to the of the are and The east is seen between Medren andEnewetak, Medren, Theiright passage Japtan. deep pass Japtan.five southwest are seen to the left of the wide south Ikuren is the first one. North of these islands is the shallow southwest Thepassage. pass.Aloll is in about 41 km from north to south and 33 km from east to west. P. L.elliptical shape measuring by[Photography Colin.]H<>lti>ni: Aerial view of the northern end of Enewetak Island the cluster of of the Mid-Pacific Research Theshowing buildings Laboratory. quarryis visible on the reef flat. The small island to the north Bokandretak.is E. S.immediately [Photography by Reese.]3/9DOE/EV/00703-TI-Vol. 1(DE87006110)V.IofThe Natural HistoryEnewetak AtollProcessesVolume I The andEnvironments, Biotas,Ecosystem:Edited Dennis M.by: DevaneyBernice P. MuseumBishopHawaiiHonolulu,United Statesof S.Department Energy Ernst Reeseof HawaiiUniversityOffice of ResearchEnergyHawaiiHonolulu,Office of Health ...
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DOeEV/06703-T1-Vbl. 1 (DE87006110) Natural oThgi Histoiy Enewetak Atoll Volume I The Environments,Ecosystem: United statesand ProcessesBiotas, ofDepartment Energy Office of ResearchEnergy Office of andHealth Environmental Research ResearchEcological Division >»:k' h Volume I The Ecosystem: Environments, andBiotas, Processes ? J) o o« Aerial vit-w of Enewetak Atoll from an altitude of ft north. The wide south to the the bottom of the10.000 is atTop: looking passage lagoon pic- ^ tiirc. The three islands to the of the are and The east is seen between Medren andEnewetak, Medren, Theiright passage Japtan. deep pass Japtan. five southwest are seen to the left of the wide south Ikuren is the first one. North of these islands is the shallow southwest Thepassage. pass. Aloll is in about 41 km from north to south and 33 km from east to west. P. L.elliptical shape measuring by[Photography Colin.] H<>lti>ni: Aerial view of the northern end of Enewetak Island the cluster of of the Mid-Pacific Research Theshowing buildings Laboratory. quarry is visible on the reef flat. The small island to the north Bokandretak.is E. S.immediately [Photography by Reese.] 3 /9 DOE/EV/00703-TI-Vol. 1 (DE87006110) V. IofThe Natural History Enewetak Atoll ProcessesVolume I The andEnvironments, Biotas,Ecosystem: Edited Dennis M.by: Devaney Bernice P. MuseumBishop HawaiiHonolulu, United States of S.Department Energy Ernst Reese of HawaiiUniversityOffice of ResearchEnergy HawaiiHonolulu, Office of Health and Beatrice L. BurchEnvironmental Research Bernice P. MuseumBishop HawaiiResearch Division Honolulu,Ecological Prepared by HelfrichPhilip Scientific and of HawaiiOffice of Technical Information University U.S. of HawaiiHonolulu,Department Energy MARINE BIOLCGlCAl LABORATORY ^^tKWOG,^ HYLtSR/ ma::HCLlV,t)ODS I.*° H.W. _J ><-CW-i|J Annabelle[Photograph by Lyman.] Bok konin, menninmour ko im menin eddok ko ion keinEnewetak, imej rikememej Enewetak.kautiej This volume on the natural of Enewetak Atollhistory is dedicated to the of Enewetak.people the Universalunder the ofU. S. of 1987, provisionsInternational Department Energy,Copyright,® Statesis not asserted under the UnitedConvention. United States CopyrightcopyrightCopyright Title United States Code.17,Law, Dataof Congress Cataloging-in-PablicationLibrary Atoll.The natural of Enewetakhistory 1 (DE87006110).DOE/EV00703T1-Vol. II (DE87006111).DOE/EV00703-Tl-Vol Includes indexes. — —Islands Enewetak1. Natural Marshallhistory 1 Dennis M II. United States.Atoll Devaney. of Office of Scientific and TechnicalDept. Energy Information 87-248631987 508 96'83QH198,E53N38 ISBN 0-87079-5791 (set) 0-87079-580-5 :ISBN set)(pbk ISBN 0-87079-581-3 :(microfiche set) No. DEAC08-76EV00703Work under contractperformed and DE87006111as DE87006110 1)two volumes is available (DOE/EV/0073-Tl-VolThe set of from(DOE/EV/0073-Tl-Vol.2) CenterDistributionNTIS Energy P. O. Box 1300 37831Oak TennesseeRidge, A99Price Code: Paper Copy AOlMicrofiche States of AmericaPrinted in the United 1987 Foreword As and at the Mid-Pacific Research to diminish in theactivity funding 1980s,Laboratory began early it seemed that a be of the three decades of research that had been conducted atfitting synthesis prepared this on Enewetak Atoll. For 30 the Atoll served as a convenient, accessible location forLaboratory years studies of Mid-Pacific island and several hundred scientists utilized the fund-ecosystems, facility. Primary was the Office of Health and Environmentaling provided Research, Researchby Ecological Division, U. S. of the Atomic Commission and the Research andDepartment Energy (formerly Energy Energy Development Administration). This is an to in two volumes the results of the Mid-Pacific Researchattempt synthesize Laboratory studies that have been in hundreds of Itpublished is that andwidely dispersed publications. hoped present future scientists ininvolved studies of Mid-Pacific islands will find this a convenient resource forsynthesis their research. Considerable time and effort were contributors to make thisexpended by many synthesis [X)ssible. Thanks are extended to all these authors for their is formanuscripts. Special appreciation expressed Dr. Dennis dedication in in the taxonomic ofDevancy's filling several invertebrategaps descriptions This would not have been without the determination andgroups. publication possible, however, persis- tence of Dr. Ernst Reese in and the material. is fororganizing collecting gratitudeDeepest acknowledged his conscientious efforts. Helen M. DirectorMcCammon, Research DivisionEcological Office of Health and Environmental Research United States ofDepartment Energy
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