of soybean, shortage of production inputs such as rhizobium and loss of soybean grains during harvesting process. In addition, soybean price is not attractive to farmers in order to increase production. The average soybean price during ...
Author: Asian Productivity Organization
Category: Oil and fats-Economic aspects
Author: United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific
Edward R. Kolbe, Marshall J. English, J. Ronald Miner. - ---- _ ••• s: * 2*] i Q. OYSTER PRODUCTION IN THE PACIFIC.
Author: Edward R. Kolbe
Category: Oyster culture
15 MINERAL PRODUCTS SUPPLIED BY OTHER AREAS The Pacific Northwest with its large production of copper , lead , and zinc has a large surplus for sale in domestic and export markets . The area also buys considerable quantities of many raw ...
Author: Edwin Bates
Category: Northwestern States
These promotions produced the following farther arrangements : Lieutenants Burney and Rickman were removed from the Discovery , to be First and Second Lieutenants of the Refolution ; and Lieutenant Williamson was appointed First ...
Author: James Cook
The severe storms that occur in the Pacific Northwest are associated with low pressure systems , producing large waves , great precipitation , and strong winds . Low pressure also produces an increase in sea level , which , coupled with ...
Category: Biotic communities
Report of Senator Hugh Butler on the Trust Territory of the Pacific Islands.
It is true that the native generally produces his own housing and subsistence without tax . Even so , it is hard to see how this rate could be raised very much . In Mr. O'Connor's report he suggests a tax system taking 20 percent of the ...
Author: United States. Congress. Senate. Committee on Interior and Insular Affairs
In Decolonizing Cultures in the Pacific, Susan Y. Najita proposes that the traumatic history of contact and colonization has become a crucial means by which indigenous peoples of Oceania are reclaiming their cultures, languages, ways of knowing, and political independence. In particular, she examines how contemporary writers from Hawai‘i, Samoa, and Aotearoa/New Zealand remember, re-tell, and deploy this violent history in their work. As Pacific peoples negotiate their paths towards sovereignty and chart their postcolonial futures, these writers play an invaluable role in invoking and commenting upon the various uses of the histories of colonial resistance, allowing themselves and their readers to imagine new futures by exorcising the past. Decolonizing Cultures in the Pacific is a valuable addition to the fields of Pacific and Postcolonial Studies and also contributes to struggles for cultural decolonization in Oceania: contemporary writers’ critical engagement with colonialism and indigenous culture, Najita argues, provides a powerful tool for navigating a decolonized future.
close association with western knowledge, modernity, development, its reliance upon racial and gender exclusions, originary myths, and the production of normative subjects. The problematic of trauma—the question of what one does with ...
Author: Susan Y. Najita
Category: Literary Criticism
Forty-five contributors offer information on the physical environment, history, culture, population, economy, and living environment of the Pacific islands.
Such trench rollback and the associated migration of the outer edge of the overriding plate produce tension forces sufficient to cause backarc extension . Backarc basins follow a two - stage evolution of rifting and spreading ( Fryer ...
Author: Moshe Rapaport
Publisher: Bess Press
Total 1965 mineral production value for this area was $ 53.3 million ; the cost or charge to move this production from the mine to the consumer or to the point of consumption was determined to be an additional $ 38.7 million .
Author: Jerry J. Gray
Category: Mineral industries