2 edition of Bibliography of the Phoenix Islands, Central Pacific found in the catalog.
Bibliography of the Phoenix Islands, Central Pacific
N. L. H. Krauss
in Honolulu, Hawaii
Written in English
|Statement||by N. L. H. Krauss.|
|LC Classifications||Z4980.P46 K7|
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||13|
|LC Control Number||77286103|
Image Science and Analysis Laboratory, NASA-Johnson Space Center:(Digital File Number: ISSE) A group of coral atolls, the Phoenix Islands are part of the island country of atolls are located in the west-central Pacific Ocean, 1, miles (2, kilometers) southwest of group comprises Rawaki (Phoenix), Manra (Sydney), McKean, Nikumaroro (Gardner), Birnie. Underwater Eden tells the story of how they succeeded, against great odds, in making that dream come true, with the establishment in of the Phoenix Islands Protected Area (PIPA). It’s a story of cutting-edge science, fierce commitment, and innovative partnerships rooted in a determination to find common ground among conservationists, business interests, and governments—all backed up.
Phoenix Islands A group of eight small islands in the central Pacific Ocean north of Samoa. Inhabited in prehistoric times by Austronesian peoples and later rediscovered by British and American explorers, they were administered at various times by one or both of the countries and are now part of Kiribati. Title. National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, Enderbury. Related Titles. Contained In: National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program field research records, Series: SIA Acc. Author: Fred C. Sibley, L. N. Huber.
Title. National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program, McKean, fish. Related Titles. Contained In: National Museum of Natural History (U.S.) Pacific Ocean Biological Survey Program field research records, Series: SIA Acc. Phoenix Islands Protected Area is a Marine Protected Area (MPA), and the Pacific Ocean’s largest protected area, covering , square kilometres (, square miles). In the vicinity of Phoenix Islands Protected Area, more than species of fish can be found, as well as up to species of coral, and over 40 species of birds.
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Get this from a library. Bibliography of the Phoenix Islands, Central Pacific. [N L H Krauss]. For many of us fans of "Phoenix Island" -- and we are legion, dating back to the s and '80s, when this book sold over a million copies -- "Phoenix Island" is something of a guilty pleasure.
Those who love literary fiction may be embarrassed by the book's occasional steamy sex scenes and other trappings of genre fiction/5(). Phoenix Islands, group of coral atolls, part of Kiribati, in the west-central Pacific Ocean, 1, miles (2, km) southwest of group comprises Rawaki (Phoenix), Manra (Sydney), McKean, Nikumaroro (Gardner), Birnie, Orona (Hull), Kanton (Canton), and Enderbury atolls.
They have a total land area of approximately 11 square miles (29 square km). Atoll Research Bulletin, no. Phoenix Island "Reef Fishes of the Phoenix Islands, Central Pacific Ocean.". A judge sentences him to Phoenix Island, a remote island in the Pacific, that turns out to be a military-style boot camp for teenage orphans.
The vicious drill sergeants aren’t the only ones to fear – some of Carl's fellow inmates are horrific, too/5(). Atoll Research Bulletin, no. Phoenix Island "Reef Fishes of the Phoenix Islands, Central Pacific Ocean."Cited by: 6. The Phoenix Islands or Rawaki are a group of eight atolls and two submerged coral reefs, lying in the central Pacific Ocean east of the Gilbert Islands and west of the Line Islands.
They are a part of the Republic of nates: 4°30′S °0′W / °S °W. Bibliographies and other source material, notes and articles on the Gilbert and Ellice Islands, Pitcairn, the Central Pacific and Pacific History generally. Eight numbered files, compiled by Maude: Fl. Bibliographies of the Central Pacific.
Items on the Gilbert and Ellice Islands. Pacific History: bibliographies, indexes and courses. Tentative List of Books Written in or about the Languages of Gilbert Islands, Ellice Islands and Nau ru, in the Pacific Islands languages collections of the Mitchell and Dixson Libraries.
10 l, (i, 9), photocopy of file cards (+ indexes). Kiribati Fisheries Bibliography – FAO/UNDP Regional Fishery Support Programme Page 4 Banner, A. and D. May (). Contributions to the knowledge of the alpheid shrimp of the Pacific Ocean. Collections from the Phoenix and Line Islands, Pages In: Pacific Science 18(1), [cited in Krauss ].
Banner, A. and J. Randall ().File Size: KB. The coral species assemblage is typical of the Central Pacific region and expeditions to the Phoenix Islands early in this century found the reefs to be in excellent condition with coral cover. Henry Goronwy Alun Hughes () Papers.
MSS Series 1. Articles and research papers by H.G.A. Hughes arranged by date of first publication. (Some held as Microfiche) Language and customs [The Central Pacific and Phoenix Islands] Undated typescripts by Hughes. The Phoenix Islands are a group of eight islands, totalling 11 square miles (28Â square kilometers) in land area, located in the central Pacific, north of Samoa.
The chain comprises a portion of Kiribati. The only island of any commercial or historical importance is Kanton (or Abariringa) Island. Table and Fig. present the size, location, and regional geography of the five PRIA that are the primary focus in this chapter: Baker and Howland Islands in the Phoenix Islands ; and.
The Phoenix Islands are the central island group of the Republic of Kiribati, which covers over million square kilometres of the central Pacific Ocean (in green).
Kiribati has a population of 90, people of Micronesian origin, and comprises three island groups - the Gilbert Islands or Tungaru Group to the west, the Line. Preliminary Bibliography of books in the language of the Micronesian Islands evangelized by missiona ries of the Hawaiian Board of Missions.
(68pp), Gil: 12pp, ts, photocopy. UH PAC/7Z/B/a. Pacific Islands Monthly. Pacific Islands Monthly: Cumulative Index - Excerpt: Kiritimati or Christmas Island is a Pacific Ocean raised coral atoll in the northern Line Islands, and part of the Republic of Kiribati.
The island has the greatest land area of any coral atoll in the world: about square kilometres ( sq mi); its lagoon is about the same size. Situated in the central Pacific midway between Fiji and Hawaii, the eight Phoenix Islands are unlike most of the other oceanic island groups in being, not in a linear trend, but in a ring, as seamounts surmounting a low dome.
The group's location is 2 to 5°S, and to °E. Phoenix Islands, group of eight islands, 11 sq mi (28 sq km), central Pacific, N of Samoa. The chain comprises a portion of Kiribati. The two most important are Kanton (or Abariringa) and Enderbury Island.
The other islands include Rawaki (formerly Phoenix), Manra (formerly Sydney), Birnie, McKean, Nikumaroro (formerly Gardner), and Orona (formerly Hull).
The Phoenix Group is situated just south of the Equator in the centre of a horse-shoe shaped ring of similar coral islands, which together comprise the Central Equatorial Islands of the Pacific.
To the west lie the Gilberts and Ellice, to the south the Tokelaus and Northern Cooks, and to the cast the Line Group, the north being open sea. Ananda Rao, T.
& Ellis, J.L. (). Flora of Lakshadweep islands off the Malabar coast, peninsular India, with emphasis on phytogeographical distribution of plants Journal of Economic and Taxonomic Botany Fosberg, F.R. & Stoddard, D.R. (). Flora of the Phoenix Islands, Central Pacific Atoll Research Bulletin Kiribati (/ ˌ k ɪr ɪ ˈ b æ s,-ˈ b ɑː t i /), officially the Republic of Kiribati (Gilbertese: Ribaberiki Kiribati), is a country in the central Pacific permanent population is just over(), more than half of whom live on Tarawa state comprises 32 atolls and one raised coral island, have a total land area of square kilometres ( sq mi Capital and largest city: Tarawa, 1°28′N °2′E .History.
It was founded in December by Henry Evans Maude, a British colonial officer, as one of the three villages established by the Phoenix Islands Settlement Scheme after the group were annexed into the Gilbert and Ellice Islands colony in Maude named the settlement in honour of his son, Alaric (later Prof.
Alaric Maude of Flinders University), and left an initial group of ten.