French Southern and Antarctic Lands Map - File Information
|Map Name||French Southern and Antarctic Lands Map|
|WEBP Size||0.83 MB|
|PDF Size||0.09 MB|
|JPG Size||1.80 MB|
|PNG Size||4.44 MB|
|No. of Pages in PDF||1|
|Image Height||3840 Pixels|
|Image Width||3011 Pixels|
|Official Source / Credits||commons.wikimedia.org|
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French Southern and Antarctic Lands Map - Summary
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The French Southern and Antarctic Lands (Terres australes et antarctiques françaises or TAAF) is a group of five overseas territories under French sovereignty in the southern Indian Ocean and Antarctica.
The five domains that make up TAAF are
- Kerguelen Islands
- Crozet Islands
- Saint-Paul and Amsterdam Islands
- Adélie Land
- French Southern Territories (Îles Éparses)
Kerguelen Islands is the biggest of the five regions, and it comprises of a gathering of islands with a total arrival range of 7,215 square kilometers. It is found within the southern Indian Sea and is known for its harsh climate and tough scene. Crozet Islands, found to the southwest of Kerguelen, is a group of little islands with a total arrival range of 352 square kilometers. Saint-Paul and Amsterdam Islands, found to the north of Kerguelen, are two small islands with a total arrival area of 58 square kilometers.
Adélie Land is found in Antarctica and is the only portion of the TAAF found on the continent. It covers an area of 432,000 square kilometers and is mostly secured by ice. It was named after Adélie Arrive, a coastal region of Antarctica, discovered by French explorer Jules Dumont d’Urville in 1840.
The French Southern Regions (Îles Éparses) comprise a bunch of little islands scattered all through the southern Indian Sea, with a total land area of 38.6 square kilometers. The islands incorporate Bassas da India, Europa Island, Glorioso Islands, Juan de Nova Island, and Tromelin Island.
The TAAF is administered by a Prefect who is designated by the President of France. The economy of the TAAF is based on angling and research, with the lion’s share of the populace being researchers and analysts. There are no changeless occupants in the TAAF, but around 100-200 individuals live on the islands for logical purposes for changing lengths of time.
The TAAF is additionally domestic to a differing run of natural life, counting penguins, seals, and seabirds. The islands are ensured as nature reserves and get to is entirely controlled to avoid harm to the delicate ecosystems.
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