Hawaiian Ecosystems at Risk project (HEAR) Population biology and management of the feral pig (Sus scrofa L.) in Kipahulu Valley, Maui

(Diong, 1982: dissertation)

This page contains links to the searchable full text of the Cheong H. Diong's doctoral dissertation entitled Population biology and management of the feral pig (Sus scrofa L.) in Kipahulu Valley, Maui (University of Hawaii, 1982). This document also includes important information about strawberry guava (Psidium cattleianum) as an invasive species on Maui (Hawaii).

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feral pigs in Kipahulu Valley (Maui, Hawaii, USA)

Preface sections  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. i-xxiii)

1.  Introduction  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 1-7)

2.  Literature review  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 8-74)

3.  Kipahulu Valley rain forest ecosystem  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 75-99)

4.  Feral history  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 100-107)

5.  Description of the animal  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 108-125)

6.  Food and feeding habits  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 126-168)

7.  Dispersal ecology of the strawberry guava  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 169-200)

8.  Population characteristics  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 201-248)

9.  Home range, movement and activity patterns  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 249-282)

10.  Hematology and blood biochemistry  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 283-309)

11.  Sources of mortality  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 310-334)

12.  Management  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 335-370)

13.  General discussion  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 371-379)

Literature cited  Adobe Acrobat PDF icon (pp. 380-408)

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This page was created on 13 October 2004 by PT, and was last updated on 16 March 2005 by PT.