Austral Islands

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Synonyms for Austral Islands

a chain of small islands in French Polynesia

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34) Piecework has historically dominated in Rurutu in the Austral Islands, but there are increasing numbers of applique tifaifai being created now.
Keywords: prehistoric fishing, Polynesia, Austral Islands, makatea, Archaic period
In this paper a holistic approach is used for inferring prehistoric fishing strategies on the makatea island of Rurutu, Austral Islands.
This paper is an outgrowth of a conversation Weisler had with Barry Rolett nearly ten years ago when he mentioned that Robert Bollt was working in the Austral Islands and needed someone to analyse the fish bone from an Archaic site he was excavating for his PhD research.
Peva: the archaeology of a valley on Rurutu, Austral islands, East Polynesia.
Island hopping across the central Pacific: mitochondrial DNA detects sequential colonisation of the Austral Islands by crab spiders (Araneae: Thomisidae).
2], Cl, F, S, B, Be), in particular Cl, in Hawaiian and Austral Islands basaltic glass and olivine-hosted melt inclusions suggest that intruding magmas commonly assimilate subsurface seawater, hydrothermal brines or brine-impregnated oceanic crust, and fumarolic deposits (Lassiter et al.
Only 132 guests will be escorted in unsurpassed luxury to explore the unspoiled beauty of the South Pacific: the azure lagoons of famed Bora Bora, the rugged terrain of the Marquesas Islands, the remote Austral Islands, the atolls of the Tuamotu Archipelago, the enigmatic Easter Island, and historic Pitcairn Island.
Particularly pleasing, too, is the whisk handle from the Austral Islands, which shares the same early provenance.