kopf


Antarctica

Map Antarctica - Population density

Antarctica map - Click the map to get map as PDF file.

Other language versions are easy to generate, the descriptions are in own layers

Conditions for thematic maps with your own data and logotype
Delivery as printable file by e-mail or plot by post office
 

Layers  
Provinces:yes
Streets:no
Infrastructure:yes
Rivers:no
SizeTill A2
Delivery time7 working days
Price
1 bis 370
> 3On request
kaufen


All information published herein is free usable quoting the source,
including the maps, if they are not modified




Existing thematic maps

  • There are no thematic maps.

 

External links change quickly - If you get a link error - Please inform us!

Broken Link Report 

 

In the Antarctic Treaty System - initially started in 1960 - are now 53 member states integrated, but only 29 of them are full members with the right to participate in decision-making. Seven of the founder states have defined their territorial claims, and USA and Russia has reserved the right to pronounce claims. The claimed areas are not internationally recognized.

The following claims are registered:

Territory Claimed by Area
(km)
Popu-lation Limits
Adlie Land France 432 000 33 - 80 1422′E-13611′E
Argentine Antarctica Argentina 1 461 597 469 25W-74W
Australian Antarctic Territory Australia 5 896 500 <1 000 160E-1422′E
British Antarctic Territory United Kingdom 1 709 400 250 20W-80W
Chilean Antarctic Territory Chile 1 250 258 115 53W- 90W
Marie Byrd Land Not claimed 1 610 000 n.d. 90W-150W
Peter I Island Norway 154 0 6850′S-9035′W
Queen Maud Land Norway 2 700 000 n.d. 4438E-20W
Ross Dependency New Zealand 450 000 1 400 150W-160E
Super-imposed area Argentina, United Kingdom     25W-53W
Super-imposed area Argentina, Chile, United Kingdom     53W-74W
Super-imposed area Chile, United Kingdom     74W-90W
Total   15 509 909    

The area includes shelf-ice areas.


Link colection Antarctica

Country data

Wikipedia

  International Data

Antarctic Treaty System

UN Refugee Agency

Special Data

 

 

facebook Tweet this google mail

 

Back Home Imprint Print