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南ラグーンのロックアイランド群(Rock Islands Southern Lagoon)

The Rano Raraku Volcano, Rapa Nui (Easter Island), Chile, Oceania.
Glacier Lagoon with an Iceberg
Cocos (Keeling) Islands
Guam
Ophiomorpha burrows in aragonitic limestone (Cockburn Town Member, Grotto Beach Formation, Upper Pleistocene, 114-127 ka; Cockburn Town Fossil Reef, San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 1
Santa Paula, Oxnard, Ventura, and Camarillo, California
Oxnard, Ventura, Moorpark, and Camarillo, Oxnard Plain, California
Storm Tossed
Kirkjufjara Beach
Mollusc shells on marine beach (Sanibel Inn Beach, Sanibel Island, Florida, USA) 9
Millennium Island (NASA, International Space Station Science, 7/1/09)
Santorini, Oia
Mollusc shells on marine beach (Bowman's Beach, Sanibel Island, Florida, USA) 1
Mollusc shells on marine beach (Algiers Beach, Sanibel Island, Florida, USA) 5
Calcarenitic eolianite (Hanna Bay Member, Rice Bay Formation, Holocene; Graham's Harbour, San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 10
Calcarenitic eolianite (Hanna Bay Member, Rice Bay Formation, Holocene; Graham's Harbour, San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 13
Calcarenitic eolianite (Hanna Bay Member, Rice Bay Formation, Holocene; Graham's Harbour, San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 8
Calcarenitic eolianite (Hanna Bay Member, Rice Bay Formation, Holocene; Graham's Harbour, San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 11
Calcarenitic eolianite (Hanna Bay Member, Rice Bay Formation, Holocene; Graham's Harbour, San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 14
Calcarenitic eolianite (Hanna Bay Member, Rice Bay Formation, Holocene; Graham's Harbour, San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 1
Calcarenitic eolianite (Hanna Bay Member, Rice Bay Formation, Holocene; Graham's Harbour, San Salvador Island, Bahamas) 2

国名:pw Palau

登録年:2012年

登録基準:(iii),(v),(vii),(ix),(x)
Rock Islands Southern Lagoon covers 100,200 ha and includes 445 uninhabited limestone islands of volcanic origin. Many of them display unique mushroom-like shapes in turquoise lagoons surrounded by coral reefs. The aesthetic beauty of the site is heightened by a complex reef system featuring over 385 coral species and different types of habitat. They sustain a large diversity of plants, birds and marine life including dugong and at least thirteen shark species. The site harbours the highest concentration of marine lakes anywhere, isolated bodies of seawater separated from the ocean by land barriers. They are among the islands’ distinctive features and sustain high endemism of populations which continue to yield new species discoveries. The remains of stonework villages, as well as burial sites and rock art, bear testimony to the organization of small island communities over some three millennia. The abandonment of the villages in the 17th and 18th centuries illustrates the consequences of climate change, population growth and subsistence behaviour on a society living in a marginal marine environment.

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