Microfilm. Ann Arbor, Mich., University Microfilms [n.d.] (American culture series, Reel 470.13)
|Series||American culture series -- 470.13.|
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Guano and the Opening of the Pacific by Gary Cushman is an ambitious book that not only combines one of the most complete modern histories of the Pacific islands but introduces the reader to an interesting if not overly complex relationship through a web of spatially expanding histories with interludes of personal narratives (including the Cited by: The guano boom, like most booms, led to a guano bust. As more and more islands were leveled and left behind, people worried less about how much guano cost and more about getting it at all. Guano is the excrement (feces and urine) of cave dwelling insectivorous bats, seabirds, and seals. The ideal type of guano is found in exceptionally dry climates, as rainwater drains the guano of nitrates. Guano is harvested on various islands in the Pacific Ocean (for example, the Chincha Islands) and in other oceans (for example, Juan de Nova. Dr. No is the sixth novel by the English author Ian Fleming to feature his British Secret Service agent James g wrote the novel in early at his Goldeneye estate in Jamaica. It was first published in the United Kingdom by Jonathan Cape on 31 March The novel centres on Bond's investigation into the disappearance in Jamaica of two fellow MI6 operatives.
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