Using GPS in American Samoa: Implications for Conservation Work in the Pacific
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Using GPS in American Samoa: Implications for Conservation Work in the Pacific. Scott M. Fitzpatrick, Julie M. E. Taomia, Christopher M. Stevenson, Georgia Lee, F.J. Morin. In Pacific 2000: Proceedings of the Fifth International Conference on Easter Island and the Pacific. Pp. 221-225: Easter Island Foundation. 2001 ( tDAR id: 261265)
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min long: -170.89; min lat: -14.42 ; max long: -170.49; max lat: -14.176 ;
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NADB citation id number(s): 000000254038