The term "Micronesia" or "small islands", as well as the delimitation of the boundaries of this region, were proposed to the Société de la Géographie de Paris in 1831 by Jules Dumont d'Urville. Micronesia comprises a multitude of archipelagos and isolated islands that are essentially spread out in the northwestern Pacific Ocean. It covers more than 7 million square kilometers of ocean for only 2500 square kilometers of land. It is composed from west to east of the Marianas, Palu, Carolinas, Marshall, Narau and Kiribati archipelagos.
Author: Jean-Edouard Carlier
Editions : Travelers & curious
Color and black and white photographs by Hughes Dubois
Condition : NEW
Language : French
Number of pages: 135
Dimensions: 285 x 200 mm
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