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Regional technical meeting on atolls (Majuro, Marshall Islands, 21-27 April 1982) : [Meeting Papers]

by Regional technical meeting on atolls 21 -27 April 1982 Majuro, Marshall Islands.
Publisher: Noumea, New Caledonia South Pacific Commission 1982Description: various paging.Subject(s): Agriculture -- Oceania -- Congresses | Architecture -- Atolls
Contents:
Project to increase self-sufficiency on atolls
Soils of low and raised south pacific atolls By M. Latham
Increased self-sufficiency in health in the atoll environment By Richard Taylor
Design and development of a solar still greenhouse By the Nuclear Studies Center, Grenoble, France
Vegetable production in Tokelau By Semu Uili
Prospects of an improved production of coconut trees on coral soils with the introduction of hybrids-coconuts By C.H. Calvez
Use of coconut by-products as fuel By J.C. Paulet
Use of coconut oil as fuel By J.C. Paulet
An overview of activities on Guam related to atoll cultivation By S. Winter
Groundwater resources and development on atoll islands By J. Ayers
Small-stock farming on atolls - some thoughts on development prospects By Dr Daniel Bregeat
Ciguatera fish poisoning in the Tuamotu atolls By R. Bagnis
An integrated methodology for controlling Aedes Aegypti, vector of dengue haemorrhagic fever in islands of the Pacific Adapted from a report to the SPC and the IDRC, by Marshall Laird
Diversification of crops and introduction of new species and varieties in order to increase the atolls' self-sufficiency in foodstuffs By Michel Lambert
Vegetable cultivation in a coralline medium By Jean-Louis Reboul and Robert Yau-Akui
Selection of a local tall coconut palm suitable for cultivation in a coralline medium By Jean-Louis Reboul and Philippe Taputuarai
Mineral fertilisation of coconut palms on atoll soils By Jean-Louis Reboul and Philippe Taputuarai
Use of paraffin poison bait to limit attacks by rats on atoll coconut groves By Jean-Louis Reboul and Philippe Taputuarai
Presentation of a gas generator and a diesel-and-gas engine: copra oil used as fuel for diesel engines By S.A. Electricité de Tahiti
Evaluation of work on the use of compost made from coconut palm leaves for vegetables cultivation By Lycée d'enseignement agricole(Agricultural Technical School) Opunohu, Moorea, French Polynesia
Prospects for a campagn against mosquitoes and biting flies in the Tuamotu atolls (French Polynesia) By J.M. Klein and F. Riviere
Atoll self-sufficiency: foods and nutrition By N.S. Wekam
Review of studies being carried out in French Polynesia on various gas-producers By the Rural Economy Department, Papeete, Tahiti
Obtaining fresh water from salt or brackish water by use of the osmosis unit at Ouvea (Loyalty Islands) By J.M. Carnus
Soil and water salinity aspects of irrigated agriculture on atolls By S.A. El-Swaify
Population, migration and problems of atoll development By John Connell
The University of the South Pacific's role in atoll research: extension and teaching relating to agriculture By D.A. Slade
Solar and wind energy potential on atolls J.C. Paulet
Fisheries development - An Atoll perspective By B. Smith
Utilisation of coconut tree and coral stone in the Republic of Maldives By A.R. Hussain
The atolls of north Solomons provincial government (Formally Bougainville) in Papua New Guinea
Cook Islands
Self-sufficiency in atolls By George L. Chan
Tonga
Federated States of Micronesia
Kiribati
American Samoa
Fiji
Marshall Islands
Papua New Guinea
Tokelau
Tuvalu
Niue
Solomon Islands
Nouvelle-Calédonie
Vanuatu
Polynesie Française
Project of increase self sufficiency on atolls - Country profile Republic Maldive
Summary of priorities
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Project to increase self-sufficiency on atolls WP 1

Soils of low and raised south pacific atolls WP 2 By M. Latham

Increased self-sufficiency in health in the atoll environment By Richard Taylor WP 3

Design and development of a solar still greenhouse By the Nuclear Studies Center, Grenoble, France WP 4

Vegetable production in Tokelau By Semu Uili WP 5

Prospects of an improved production of coconut trees on coral soils with the introduction of hybrids-coconuts By C.H. Calvez WP 6

Use of coconut by-products as fuel By J.C. Paulet WP 7

Use of coconut oil as fuel By J.C. Paulet WP 8

An overview of activities on Guam related to atoll cultivation By S. Winter WP 9

Groundwater resources and development on atoll islands By J. Ayers WP 10

Small-stock farming on atolls - some thoughts on development prospects By Dr Daniel Bregeat WP 11

Ciguatera fish poisoning in the Tuamotu atolls By R. Bagnis WP 12

An integrated methodology for controlling Aedes Aegypti, vector of dengue haemorrhagic fever in islands of the Pacific Adapted from a report to the SPC and the IDRC, by Marshall Laird WP 13

Diversification of crops and introduction of new species and varieties in order to increase the atolls' self-sufficiency in foodstuffs By Michel Lambert WP 14

Vegetable cultivation in a coralline medium By Jean-Louis Reboul and Robert Yau-Akui WP 15

Selection of a local tall coconut palm suitable for cultivation in a coralline medium By Jean-Louis Reboul and Philippe Taputuarai WP 16

Mineral fertilisation of coconut palms on atoll soils By Jean-Louis Reboul and Philippe Taputuarai WP 17

Use of paraffin poison bait to limit attacks by rats on atoll coconut groves By Jean-Louis Reboul and Philippe Taputuarai WP 18

Presentation of a gas generator and a diesel-and-gas engine: copra oil used as fuel for diesel engines By S.A. Electricité de Tahiti WP 19

Evaluation of work on the use of compost made from coconut palm leaves for vegetables cultivation By Lycée d'enseignement agricole(Agricultural Technical School) Opunohu, Moorea, French Polynesia WP 20

Prospects for a campagn against mosquitoes and biting flies in the Tuamotu atolls (French Polynesia) By J.M. Klein and F. Riviere WP 21

Atoll self-sufficiency: foods and nutrition By N.S. Wekam WP 22

Review of studies being carried out in French Polynesia on various gas-producers By the Rural Economy Department, Papeete, Tahiti WP 23

Obtaining fresh water from salt or brackish water by use of the osmosis unit at Ouvea (Loyalty Islands) By J.M. Carnus WP 24

Soil and water salinity aspects of irrigated agriculture on atolls By S.A. El-Swaify WP 25

Population, migration and problems of atoll development By John Connell WP 26

The University of the South Pacific's role in atoll research: extension and teaching relating to agriculture By D.A. Slade WP 27

Solar and wind energy potential on atolls J.C. Paulet WP 28 MISSING

Fisheries development - An Atoll perspective By B. Smith WP 29

Utilisation of coconut tree and coral stone in the Republic of Maldives By A.R. Hussain WP 30

The atolls of north Solomons provincial government (Formally Bougainville) in Papua New Guinea IP 1

Cook Islands IP 2

Self-sufficiency in atolls By George L. Chan IP 3

Tonga IP 4

Federated States of Micronesia IP 5

Kiribati IP 6

American Samoa IP 7

Fiji IP 8

Marshall Islands IP 9

Papua New Guinea IP 10

Tokelau IP 11

Tuvalu IP 12

Niue IP 13

Solomon Islands IP 14

Nouvelle-Calédonie IP 15

Vanuatu IP 16

Polynesie Française IP 17

Project of increase self sufficiency on atolls - Country profile Republic Maldive IP 18

Summary of priorities IP 19