Presented here is an online version of the report:
The Alien Pest Species Invasion in Hawaii: Background Study and Recommendations for Interagency Planning (July 1992)This report, jointly prepared by Susan Miller of the National Resources Defense Council (NRDC) and Alan Holt of The Nature Conservancy of Hawaii (TNCH), is still (2003) widely considered to be the best document of its kind about interagency planning regarding the alien pest species invasion in Hawaii.
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