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Neighbouring Seamounts, Near-ridge Hotspot Volcanoes in theSE Pacific Hucke-Gaete., Aguayo-Lobo., Yancovic-Pakarati., Flores. 7 Political situation edit Salas y Gómez was claimed by Chile in 1888, and was administered by the Chilean Navy. The highest elevation on the western rock is 26 meters. Citation needed, the island is showered with saltwater, and the shoreline is dotted with countless tidepools. Citation needed, there are no permanent sources of freshwater on the island, but there is an intermittent rainwater pool in a depression on the eastern rock, which often forms a cache of freshwater 75 meters in diameter. 23 See also edit Media related to Category:Sala y Gómez at Wikimedia Commons References edit Chile: Ciudades, Pueblos, Aldeas y Caseríos 2005, Instituto Nacional de Estadísticas June 2005. Beginning, the island was included in the department of Isla de Pascua. The Pacific Basin: A History of its Geographical Explorations The American Geographical Society, New York, 1967,.139. This is essential for the survival of the large population of seabirds. 16 Salas y Gómez is the fourth youngest mountain in the chain, which is being formed by the Nazca Plate floating over the Easter hotspot.

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Informe Técnico (sq.) 81/2010 de agosto 2010. März 1816 den nackten Felsen Salas y Gomez, 2636'15" südlicher Breite, 10534'28" westlicher Länge". Salas y Gómez is part of the same Salas y Gómez Ridge as Easter Island to the west, these two locations being the only places where the otherwise submarine mountain range extends above sea level. 4 Human visitation edit Although there is no evidence that the island has ever been permanently inhabited, Easter Islanders were certainly aware of its existence, as indicated by the pre- European name of the island. Retrieved January 28, 2018 Adelbert von Chamisso (1981) Gesammelte Werke (Collected works Band 2 (Vol. The total area is approximately 15 hectares (0.15 km and the total length northwest-southeast is 770 meters. 3 History edit Name edit The Rapa Nui name for the island is Motu Motiro Hiva or Manu Motu Motiro Hiva, meaning (Bird's) Islet on the way to Hiva. However Salas y Gómez is largely barren with no forests and only four species of terrestrial plants; these include Asplenium obtusatum spleenwort a type of fern which only grows in protected areas at higher elevations. Seamounts of Nazca and Salas y Gómez: a review for management and conservation purposes, Lat. 20 Alan Dean Foster referred to the island in his 1971 Cthulhu mythos short story "Some Notes Concerning a Green Box".

Neighbouring Seamounts, Near-ridge Hotspot Volcanoes in theSE Pacific Hucke-Gaete., Aguayo-Lobo., Yancovic-Pakarati., Flores. 7 Political situation edit Salas y Gómez was claimed by Chile in 1888, and was administered by the Chilean Navy. The highest elevation on the western rock is 26 meters. Citation needed, the island is showered with saltwater, and the shoreline is dotted with countless tidepools. Citation needed, there are no permanent sources of freshwater on the island, but there is an intermittent rainwater pool in a depression on the eastern rock, which often forms a cache of freshwater 75 meters in diameter. 23 See also edit Media related to Category:Sala y Gómez at Wikimedia Commons References edit Chile: Ciudades, Pueblos, Aldeas y Caseríos 2005, Instituto Nacional de Estadísticas June 2005. Beginning, the island was included in the department of Isla de Pascua. The Pacific Basin: A History of its Geographical Explorations The American Geographical Society, New York, 1967,.139. This is essential for the survival of the large population of seabirds. 16 Salas y Gómez is the fourth youngest mountain in the chain, which is being formed by the Nazca Plate floating over the Easter hotspot.

The two youngest mountains in the chain, Pukao and Moai, are seamounts to the west of Easter Island. The current name, Salas y Gómez, is derived from the name of Spaniards José Salas Valdés and José Manuel Gómez, who made the first detailed description of the island, following a visit beginning The island is sometimes also referred to as Isla Sala y Gómez. Desventuradas Islands, and 391 km east-northeast of, easter Island, the closest landmass. (in Spanish; also includes volcanoes of Argentina, Bolivia, and Peru) External links edit Coordinates : 262820S 1052145W /.47222S 105.36250W / -26.47222; -105.36250. These organizations are planning additional expeditions to the area in order to draft a conservation plan, and to propose the widening of the protected area to encompass the whole Exclusive Economic Zone around the island. Citation needed, even when this area appears dry at the surface, the sand is still moist just a few inches below the surface. Then, in February 2009, the World Wildlife Fund, WWF Chile, 12 published a scientific revision in the Latin American Journal of Aquatic Research, 13 giving the scientific background that supported the government report 14 for the declaration of the non-take MPA Motu Motiro Hiva. "Marine mammals of Easter Island (Rapa Nui) and Salas y Gómez Island (Motu Motiro Hiva Chile: a review and new records" (PDF). There are several dozen more seamounts in the range, which extends 2232 km eastward until Nazca Seamount at 2336S 8330W /.600S.500W / -23.600; -83.500, where it joins the Nazca Ridge. 17 18 View of Sala y Gómez Salas y Gómez and Easter Island form a distinct ecoregion, the Rapa Nui subtropical broadleaf forests. It is sometimes considered the easternmost point in the. Press release Archived at the Wayback Machine by Oceana announcing the creation of the Salas y Gómez Marine Protected Area Wetlands. Te Rapa Nui (The Gazette of Easter Island) Archived at the Wayback Machine Vol. During the 2008 Deepsea Coral Symposium, 11 Wellington, the idea of a Marine Protected Area on the submarine ridges of Salas y Gomez and Nazca is launched for the very first time. Marine fauna includes a large number of littoral crustaceans, echinoidea, etc., as well as a large assortment of reef fishes and a number of species of shark, which swimmers report to be "curious but not aggressive. On, the department was reorganized as the Easter Island Province. 2, contents, geography edit, isla Salas y Gómez is located 3,210 km west of the Chilean mainland, 2,490 km west of Chile's. The island was said to have been difficult to land upon, because the gods Make-make and Huau protected the seabirds from those who ate their eggs and offspring. 21 Although only passing Salas y Gomez in 1816 and not going ashore, 22 the German poet Adelbert von Chamisso wrote a poem based on his reflections upon the island. Because of these historical connections to Easter Island, Salas y Gómez can be considered part of Polynesia; if so its location makes it the easternmost landmass of Polynesia. Doi :.CS1 maint: Uses authors parameter ( link ) Foster, Alan Dean, "Some Notes Concerning a Green Box" (1971) "Wir sahen. From Easter Island, Salas y Gómez is almost the opposite direction to the Marquesas, and the next inhabited territory "behind" Salas y Gómez would be the coast of South America. This declaration follows the efforts of Oceana and National Geographic to both study and highlight the ecological value of this area, and to encourage its protection. "Am Morgen des. Tradition says that the island was occasionally visited to collect fledglings and eggs. Org permanent dead link information about the designation of SyG as a wildlife refuge Revista Española del Pacífico. Duncan,.A.,. This flat sandy area is also the only place on the island suitable for landing helicopters.

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Santiago, Chile: Instituto Geográfico Militar. Because the shoreline consists primarily of cliffs, landing on the island is difficult in all but the calmest of conditions. Handbook 4th International Symposium on Deepsea Coral Archived at the Wayback Machine, 4th isdsc. This was one of the factors that led Thor Heyerdahl to theorize that there was pre-European contact between Polynesia and South America. 5 The first European to sight the island was José Salas Valdés, a Spanish sailor, on It was later explored by another Spaniard José Manuel Gómez and owes its name to these two navigators. 1995 Chilian history page outlining history of Rapa Nui province Press release Archived at the Wayback Machine by Oceana announcing the creation of the Sala y Gómez Marine Protected Area Gobierno de Chile, Parque Marino Motu Motiro Hiva. Marine Protected Area called Parque Marino Salas y Gómez, with a surface area of 150,000 km2. Retrieved January 28, 2018. Hiva is part of the names of several Polynesian islands, particularly in the Marquesas Islands. 15 Geology edit Salas y Gómez is a volcanic high island, consisting of the summit of a large mountain which rises about 3500 metres from the sea bed.