Human-Environment Interaction

Human-Environment Interaction
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  • Traveling the Pacific
  • Invasion of the Rabbits
  • Nuclear Testing
  • Pacific Islanders used land bridges, small rafts, and canoes to reach the islands closest to the mainland. To navigate, they use stars and charts made from sticks/shells. In later years, voyaging canoes were developed, it made for smooth sailing. The Pacific Islanders settled in lagoons, so they used outrigger canoes to get around between each island.
  • After the the Pacific Islanders got settled, and the European colonized the area,  there was a rabbit invasion. The reason for the invasion was a man named, Thomas Austin, released 24 rabbits to hunt. The rabbit population kept growing and growing, but they have controlled the problem over the years.
  • There was a race to develop powerful nuclear weapons. The United States wanted to test these weapons without endangering U.S. citizens. They decided to test them in the Marshall Island, which lies in a Bikini Atoll. After a test, things didn't go so well...as the island was contaminated with radiation. Bikini Islanders were exiled from their homeland and the island isn't suitable for human life.
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