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A Preliminary Lichenometry Study on Rapa Nui-The Rapa Nui Youth Involvement Program Report

@inproceedings{Rutherford2013APL,
  title={A Preliminary Lichenometry Study on Rapa Nui-The Rapa Nui Youth Involvement Program Report},
  author={Susan Rutherford and Brett Shepardson and Jesse W. Stephen},
  year={2013}
}
L ichens are an inconspicuous but ornnipre ent feature of Rapa uj's rugged semi-tropical environment. A clo e inspection of any barren urface will often reveal the e unique organi ms, observable in colorful communitie of whjte, green, grey and orange individual growth forms. Silently persisting, their existence and importance throughout centuries past has never passed unnoticed by islanders, but the interest of re earcher from around the world was more recently tapped with the advent of lichen… Expand

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