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Contribution to the demographic study of Easter island

I. Drapkin

Contribution to the demographic study of Easter island

by I. Drapkin

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Published by The Museum in Honolulu, Hawaii .
Written in English

    Subjects:
  • Easter Island -- Statistics, Vital.,
  • Easter Island -- Population.

  • Edition Notes

    Statementby I. Drapkin ...
    GenreStatistics, Vital.
    SeriesBernice P. Bishop museum. Occasional papers -- v. 40, no. 12., HRAF -- 3., Occasional papers of the Bernice Pauahi Bishop Museum of Polynesian Ethnology and Natural History -- v. 40, no. 12.
    The Physical Object
    FormatMicroform
    Pagination9 p.
    ID Numbers
    Open LibraryOL16821579M

      A study published today (Aug. 13) in the Journal of Pacific Archaeology adds a new piece of evidence to the case against Rapa Nui's collapse. [ Image Gallery: Walking Easter Island Statues ]. The giant moai statues on Easter Island have turned one of the most isolated islands in the world into one of the most well known—and most mysterious. With each year, more theories arise concerning the island.

    The downfall of Easter Island may have had more to do with preexisting environmental conditions than degradation by humans, according to a new study of the remote speck of land made famous by its.   The monumental statues of Easter Island, both so magisterial and so forlorn, gazing out in their imposing rows over the island’s barren landscape, have been the source of great mystery ever since the island was first discovered by Europeans on Easter /5(57).

      A case study of the inhabitants of Easter Island served in part as the basis for a mathematical model showing the ways a technologically advanced population and its planet might Author: Ancient-Origins.   According to Dr. Ruppert Barneby of the New York Botanical Garden, by the time the botanist J. P. Chapin visited Easter Island in a single scrawny specimen remained in one of the .


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Get this from a library. Contribution to the demographic study of Easter Island. [Israel Drapkin]. Easter Island Guide For Inquisitive Minds Paperback – December 7, called the Long Ears who perhaps were the first inhabitants and possibly the makers of the largest of the book endeavors, through scientific study and oral traditions, to shed light on the enigmatic history of Easter Island /5(16).

Easter Island is a small triangular island of 66 sq miles in the sub-tropical South East Pacific Ocean over miles from anywhere and consisting of 3 linked extinct volcanoes.

It was first settled by. Eventually, however, a still-mysterious combination of factors shrank the population, and byjust over people remained on Easter Island, according to the Conversation. Case Study: Easter Island "Today, Easter Island (also known as Rapa Nui) is a primarily pastoral (grassland) island in the south-eastern Pacific Ocean, some 3, kilometres west of Chile.

The story of Easter Island. A new study into the indigenous people of Easter Island has revealed that they were a sophisticated and peaceful society. Located in the southeastern Pacific Ocean, the Chilean Island Author: Toyin Owoseje.

1 Match places 1–4 with photographs A–D and then say which type of structure each is. 1 The Great Wall, China a temple 2 The Moai, Easter Island a system of defence 3 The Parthenon, Greece tombs File Size: KB.

The people of Easter island remained on the island after their civilization collapsed because. loss of trade with other island and the invasion by Maori warriors then European Colonists.

What did not contribute to Easter Island collapsing. The local name for Easter Island including cannibalism reduced population.

Whatever happened on Easter Island, it wasn't good. Polynesians landed there, farmed, thrived, built their famous statues, and then things went very bad, very fast. Sixteen million trees. Diamond said that the islanders committed ecocide and touted Easter Island as an example of modern environmental problems.

The predominant aspects in Diamond's ecocide hypothesis describe how a small group of colonists arrived on Easter Island around A.D. the population. In the s, Europeans took as much as half of the population of Easter Island to Peru as slaves. After a public outcry, the slavers were forced to return some of these people to Easter Island.

Why Easter Island Collapsed: An Answer for an Enduring Question Barzin Pakandam Abstract Easter Island is the most isolated inhabited spot on Earth, devoid of heavy timber and most resources. Yet, the first European travellers to the island marvelled at large and delicately carved statues covering the whole of the island.

Why the population of Easter Island really died out: Study finds arrival of Europeans brought disease that wiped out inhabitants. Legend says island washed away due to deforestation. Other scientists who work on the island also remain skeptical of Hunt's later colonization date of A.D. Jo Anne Van Tilburg, founder of the Easter Island Statue Project and a scientist at the.

Easter Island, also known as Rapa Nui, is an island in the Pacific famous for the massive humanoid statues peppered along its coasts. These moai are commonly called stone heads, but actually most possess bodies, and the largest constructed stands at over 30 feet and weighs 82 tons.

Ever since these monoliths were encountered by European explorers in the 18th century, the history of the island Author: Christopher Kavanagh. The first-recorded European contact with the island took place on 5 April (Easter Sunday) when Dutch navigator Jacob Roggeveen visited for a week and estimated there were 2, to 3, inhabitants on the was an estimate, not a census, and archaeologists estimate the population.

The huge stone figures of Easter Island have beguiled explorers, researchers and the wider world for centuries, but now experts say they have cracked one of the biggest mysteries: why. Abstract. Available evidence suggests a Polynesian origin of the Easter Island population.

We recently found that some native Easter Islanders also carried some common American Indian (Amerindian) human leukocyte antigen (HLA) alleles, which probably were introduced before Europeans discovered the island.

According to Easter Island: The Truth Revealed, approximately 1, to 2, people – half the population – were taken in in a raid by slave traders from Peru to work there, predominately. A new study, published in the open-access journal Frontiers in Ecology and Evolution, hopes to unravel this mystery by giving the best estimate yet of the maximum population size sustained by Easter Island in its heyday.

New Possibilities “Despite its almost complete isolation, the Easter Island. The story of the "ecocide" and collapse of the civilization on Easter Island, or Rapa Nui in the native language, became very popular with the film "Rapa Nui" () and the book by American Author: David Bressan.View of Easter Island from space.

The island is one of the most remote locations on Earth, being more than 3, km (2, mi) from the closest populations on Tahiti or Chile. The island is perhaps most .