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Reports and Publications

The Kala Vernacular Education and Local Ecological Knowledge Project

Schreyer, Christine and John Wagner. 2013. Kala Biŋatuwã: A Community-Driven Alphabet for the Kala language. In: Endangered Languages Beyond Boundaries: Community Connections, Collaborative Approaches, and Cross-Disciplinary Research, N. Ostler and M. Norris, eds. Ottawa: University of Carleton Press. [pdf]

DeVolder, Chara, Christine, Schreyer, and John, Wagner, editors. 2012. Kala Kaŋa Bi Ŋa Kapia – Diksineri bilong Tok Ples Kala (Kala Dictionary). Kelowna: Centre for Social, Spatial and Economic Justice. [pdf]

Longenecker, K, R Langston, H Bollick, U Kondio & M Mulrooney. 2014. Six-year baseline information: size structure and reproduction of exploited reef fishes before establishing a management plan at Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua New Guinea. Bishop Museum Technical Report #63. 89 pp. [pdf]

Longenecker, K, G Ben, L Edi, E Gaip, T Jiana, G Kawa, T Keputong, G Muiya, K Nadup, T Nadup, T Nandang, B Naru, S Naru, J Nero, G Rueben, Y Tana, D Tom & M Tusi. 2014. Coral reef fish management plan for Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Morobe Province, Papua New Guinea. Pacific Biological Survey Contribution 2014-004. 25 pp. [pdf]

Longenecker, K, R Langston & H Bolick. 2013. Rapid reproductive analysis and length-dependent relationships of Lutjanus biguttatus (Perciformes: Lutjanidae) from Papua New Guinea. Pacific Science 67(2):295-301. [pdf]

Longenecker, K, R Langston, H Bolick & U Kondio. 2014. Rapid reproductive analysis and length-weight relation for red-bellied fusilier, Caesio cuning, and longfin emperor, Lethrinus erythropterus (Actinopterygii: Perciformes: Caesiondiae and Lethrinidae) from a remote village in Papua New Guinea. Acta Ichthyologica et Piscatoria 44(1):75-84. [pdf]

Longenecker, K., Langston, R., Bolick, H. & Kondio, U. 2013. Size and reproduction of exploited reef fishes at Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua New Guinea. Bishop Museum Technical Report #62. 94 pp. [pdf]

Longenecker, K., Langston, R., Bolick, H., & Kondio, U. 2013. Rapid reproductive analysis and length-weight relation for Blacktail SNapper, Lutjanus fulvus(Actinopterygii: Perciformes: Lutjanidae), from a remote village in Papua New Guinea. Acta Icthyologica et Piscatoria 43(1): 51-55. [pdf]

Longenecker, K., Langston, R., Bolick, H., & Kondio, U. 2012. Size structure and reproductive status of exploited reef-fish populations at Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua New Guinea. Bishop Museum Technical Report 59. 95 pp. [pdf]

Longenecker, K., Abel, D., Boruru, R., Nandang, T., Reuben, G., Schreyer, C., & Wagner, J. 2012. Monitoring Village Fish Resources (Lukautim Ples Pis Na Risos Bilong En; Koto Kana I ?e Ambola Ma Gele Golotome): A School-Based Fishery Project. Pacific Biological Survey Contribution 2012-006. 25 pp. [pdf]

Longenecker, K., Langston, R., Bolick, H. & Kondio, U. 2011. Reproduction, Catch, and Size Structure of Exploited Reef-Fishes at Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua New Guinea. Bishop Museum Technical Report 57. 169 pp. [pdf]

Longenecker, K. 2011. Development and delivery of a school-based fishery-monitoring program for a remote village in Papua New Guinea. Bishop Museum Technical Report 53, 42 pp. [pdf]

Longenecker, K., Langston, R., Bolick, H. & Allison, A. 2010. Population size structure and rapid reproductive analysis of exploited reef-fish populations at Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua, New Guinea. Bishop Museum Technical Report 52, 101 pp.[pdf]

Longenecker, K., Allison, A., Bolick, H., James, S., Langston, R., Pyle, R., Pence, D. & Talbot, S. 2009. A preliminary assessment of exploited reef-fish populations at Kamiali Wildlife Managment Area, Papua New Guinea. 75 pp. [pdf]

Longenecker, K., Bolick, H. & Allison, A. 2008. A preliminary account of marine fish diversity and exploitation at Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua New Guinea. Final Report. 114 p. [pdf]

Kinch, J. 2006. A socio-economic assessment of the Huon Coast Leatherback Turtle nesting beach project. Final report prepared for the Western Pacific Regional Fisheries Management Council, Honolulu, HI. [pdf]

Kinan, I. (ed.) 2004. Proceedings of the Western Pacific Sea Turtle Co-operative Research and Management Workshop. Volume 1: West Pacific Leatherback and Southwest Pacific Hawksbill Sea Turtles. Western Pacific Regional Fisheries Management Council, Honolulu, HI. [pdf]

Snow, N. & Cantley, J. 2010. New Species of Uromyrtus and Rhodomyrtus(Myrtaceae: Myrteae) from Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Papua New Guinea, with an Updated Key to Rhodomyrtus. Harvard Papers in Botany 15(1): 63-70.

Snow, N. & Takeuchi, W. 2009. New species of Rhodamia and Xanthomyrtus(Myrtaceae) from the Kamiali Wildlife Managment Area, Papua New Guinea. Harvard Papers in Botany 14: 137-143.

Berg, C.C. 2007. Two New Guinean Ficus species (Moraceae): one new and the other with an emended description. Blumea 52(2): 291-294.

Takeuchi, W. 2003a. Botanical summary of a lowland ultrabasic flora in Papua New Guinea. Sida 20: 1491-1559.

Takeuchi, W. 2003b. Plant discoveries from PABITRA-related exploration in Papua New Guinea. Organisms, Diversity and Evolution 3: 77-84.

Takeuchi, W. 2003c. Color pictures 1-12 to: Plant discoveries from PABITRA-related exploration in Papua New Guinea. Organisms, Diversity and Evolution Electronic Supplement 3: 1-3.

Kraus, F., and A. Allison. 2009. New species of Cophixalus (Anura: Microhylidae) from Papua New Guinea. Zootaxa 2128: 1-38.

Goodwin, J.T. 1999. A new species of Cydistomyia (Diptera, Tabanidae) from Papua New Guinea. Insecta Mundi 13: 3-4.

Avosa, Michael F. 2008. A controversy surrounding the state’s usufruct rights & environment implications report featuring also Kamiali Wildlife Management Area, Presented as a case study requirement to the 2008 Global Environment Scholars Landuse Certificate Program, Watson Institute for International Studies, Brown University, RI, USA. 26 pp. [pdf]

Avosa, Michael F. 2007. A Draft Woksop Ripot: soim ol lida man na meri rol na wok long Lababia Komuniti, (roles and responsibilities of men and women leaders) held in Lababia, Papua New Guinea. Bishop Museum, Honolulu, Hawaii. 30 pp. [pdf]

Alcorn, Janice B. [ed] 1993. Papua New Guinea Conservation Needs Assessment. Volume 1. Biodiversity Support Program, Washington, D.C. and Government of Papua New Guinea, Department of Environment and Conservation, Boroko. 216 pp. [pdf]

Beehler, Bruce M. [ed] 1993. Papua New Guinea Conservation Needs Assessment. Volume 2. Biodiversity Support Program , Washington, D.C. and Government of Papua New Guinea, Department of Environment and Conservation, Boroko. 434 pp.[pdf]

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Allen Allison, PhD – Senior Zoologist

Dr. Allen Allison has worked for the Bishop Museum for 35 years. He has conducted field work in Papua New Guinea since 1973, with support from the National Science Foundation and other sources, and has discovered more than 100 new species of amphibians and reptiles. In 2001 he established the Kamiali Biological Station on the north coast of New Guinea to advance research, conservation, and training in the Pacific region.

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Kenneth Longenecker, PhD – Assistant Zoologist

Dr. Ken Longenecker is an associate researcher and a 10-year staff member of the Bishop Museum. His work focuses on generating biological information that promotes conservation and sustainable use of marine animals. He has been working in Papua New Guinea for six years.

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