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  1. Islands of Rainforest: Agroforestry, Logging and Ecotourism in Solomon Islands. (Reviews).(Book Review): An article from: The Geographical Journal by Ian Douglas, 2003-03-01
  2. Islands of Rainforest (Studies in Development Geography (SOAS)) by Edvard Hviding, Tim Bayliss-Smith, 2000-04
  3. The Peabody Museum Expedition to Bougainville, Solomon Islands, 1938-39 (Papers of the Peabody Museum of American Archaeology and Ethnology, Harvard University) by Douglas L Oliver, 1949
  4. Land resource study by J. R. F Hansell, 1975
  5. Some geographical aspects of the British Solomon Islands in the Western Pacific by John C Grover, 1957
  6. The physical environment, fauna and agriculture of the British Solomon Islands by R. J. A. W Lever, 1937
  7. From planning to "Planning": Pressures and process in Papua New Guinea and the Solomon Islands by J Herlihy, 1978
  8. OKINAWA ON THE EVE OF THE G--8 SUMMIT [*].: An article from: The Geographical Review by Jonathan Solomon Taylor, 2000-01-01
  9. Guadalcanal (World War II 50th Anniversary Series) by Wallace B. Black, Jean F. Blashfield, 1992-05
  10. Some results and implications of a population study in South Guadalcanal by Murray Chapman, 1967

101. Geography Department, Cambridge » Tim Bayliss-Smith
Reader in Pacific geography and Fellow of St. John s College. Member of the Society, Environment and Fieldwork sites include Fiji and solomon islands.
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Tim Bayliss-Smith, MA PhD
Reader in Pacific Geography and Fellow of St. John's College
Interests range from biogeography to cultural geography and development studies, with a regional focus on Melanesia and northern Scandinavia.
  • 1973-present: Department of Geography, University of Cambridge Visiting Fellow, Research School of Pacific Studies, Australian National University, Canberra Visiting Professor, University of Hawai'i at Manoa, Honololu Reader in Pacific Geography, University of Cambridge

102. Maps_Of_Solomon_Islands
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103. Solomon Islands - Wikitravel
An opensource guide to travel information in the solomon islands.
Solomon Islands
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Flag Quick Facts Capital Honiara Government parliamentary democracy tending toward anarchy
Currency Solomon Islands dollar (SBD) Area total: 28,450 sq km
water: 910 sq km
land: 27,540 sq km Population 494,786 (July 2002 est.) Language Melanesian pidgin in much of the country is lingua franca; English is official but spoken by only 1%-2% of the population
note: 120 indigenous languages Religion Anglican 45%, Roman Catholic 18%, United (Methodist/Presbyterian) 12%, Baptist 9%, Seventh-Day Adventist 7%, other Protestant 5%, indigenous beliefs 4% The Solomon Islands are a South Pacific archipelago east of Papua New Guinea . They occupy a strategic location on sea routes between the South Pacific Ocean, the Solomon Sea, and the Coral Sea. Table of contents showTocToggle("show","hide") 1 Regions
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104. GEsource World Guide - Solomon Islands
A collection of maps and geographic information for solomon islands, including outline, Geographic Data Top solomon islands is located in Oceania,
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Solomon Islands: Overview
The Solomon Islands has been called the last Paradise on Earth. In addition to containing one of the most friendly and peaceful populations of the planet, the Solomon Islands offers an amazing array of natural wonders. Nowhere on earth will you find the variety and immense possibilities to see earth in its natural splendor.
The Solomon Islands are made up of more than 990 islands, which together cover a land mass of 28,000 square kilometres. The main islands are Choiseul, Guadalcanal, Santa Isabel,
San Cristobal, Rennell and Bellona, Malaita and New Georgia. Volcanoes with varying degrees of activity are situated on some of the larger islands, while many of the smaller islands are simply tiny atolls covered in sand and palm trees. The Solomon Islands are far more accessible than perhaps imagined. With non-stop service from Los Angeles to Fiji, one more flight and a little adventurous spirit will reward you with a South Pacific destination that is truly off the beaten path. Located a few degrees off the equator, the Solomon Islands are a tropical destination. A Japanese stronghold in World War II and home of the famous Battle of Guadalcanal, the Solomon Islands now offers the traveler a rich nature, adventure and cultural vacation destination and filled with World War II history. These islands are rapidly being discovered for their world class diving opportunities.

107. Flag Of The Solomon Islands -
The solomon islands flag. The solomon islands flag was adopted on November 18, Each year, Flag Day is celebrated in the solomon islands on November 18. is a user-supported site.
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The flag of the Solomon Islands is divided horizontally by a thin yellow line that runs from the upper right to the lower left. The top/left side is blue with five, five-pointed white stars; the right/bottom is green. The white stars represent the five main groups of islands in the Solomon Islands. The yellow represents sunshine, the blue represents water, and the green represents land. The Solomon Islands flag was adopted on November 18, 1977, just before the islands became independent from Great Britain (Independence Day was on July 7, 1978). Each year, Flag Day is celebrated in the Solomon Islands on November 18.
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108. The World Factbook 2000 -- Solomon Islands
Geographic coordinates 8 00 S, 159 00 E. Map references Oceania Military branches no regular military forces; solomon islands National Reconnaissance
[Countries] Solomon Islands
The UK established a protectorate over the Solomon Islands in the 1890s. Some of the bitterest fighting of World War II occurred on these islands. Self-government was achieved in 1976 and independence two years later. Current issues include government deficits, deforestation, and malaria control.
Solomon Islands
Geography [Top of Page] Location: Oceania, group of islands in the South Pacific Ocean, east of Papua New Guinea Geographic coordinates: 8 00 S, 159 00 E Map references: Oceania Area:
total: 28,450 sq km
land: 27,540 sq km
water: 910 sq km Area - comparative: slightly smaller than Maryland Land boundaries: km Coastline: 5,313 km Maritime claims: measured from claimed archipelagic baselines
continental shelf: 200 nm
exclusive economic zone: 200 nm
territorial sea: 12 nm Climate: tropical monsoon; few extremes of temperature and weather Terrain: mostly rugged mountains with some low coral atolls Elevation extremes:
lowest point: Pacific Ocean m
highest point: Mount Makarakomburu 2,447 m Natural resources: fish, forests, gold, bauxite, phosphates, lead, zinc, nickel

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