The Pacific Islands region is characterised by…
The Pacific Islands region is characterised by island nations with small populations scattered across an ocean area of approximately 36 million square kilometres. Less than 2 percent of this area is land. The region has a total population of around 8.5 million people.
The 22 countries and territories of the Pacific include a mixture of continental islands, volcanic islands and low and raised coral atolls. These countries and territories have
traditionally been divided into three groups - Melanesia (west), Polynesia (southeast) and Micronesia (north).
Call Number: [EL]
Physical Description: 48 p.
|15 February 2022
|12 August 2008
|Spatial / Geographical Coverage Location
|SPREP Records and Archives Officer