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POLLEN ANALYSIS OF FISH POND SEDIMENTS FROM THE SHORE OF PEARL HARBOR, 'OAHU, HAWAI'I

Author(s): Linda Scott Cummings

Year: 1993

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Summary

Five pollen samples were collected from marine sediments within a shoreline

brackish water pond in Pearl Harbor, Hawai'i. The pond was constructed between

AD 1200 and 1700 for the purpose of raising fish and was used into the late 19th

century. During the 20th century the pond was filled for construction of Pearl

Harbor Naval Facilities. Pollen analysis was undertaken to determine plants

growing in the area around the harbor and the pond during the time of its use,

and immediately prior to use.


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POLLEN ANALYSIS OF FISH POND SEDIMENTS FROM THE SHORE OF PEARL HARBOR, 'OAHU, HAWAI'I. Linda Scott Cummings. PRI Technical Report ,1993-002. 1993 ( tDAR id: 375426) ; doi:10.6067/XCV8F47N9D


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PRI Technical Report(s): 93-002

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