Talaud

Talaud

 

a group of Indonesian islands in the western Pacific Ocean, located between the Moluccas and Mindanao Island. The area of the islands is 1,281 sq km and the highest elevation is 680 m, on the island of Karakelong. The Talaud Islands are composed of gabbros, basalts, sandstones, and, in the coastal areas, coral limestones. They are covered with tropical rain forests. Fishing is a primary industry, and copra and wood products are the major exports. The chief port is Beo.

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2m, in association with other wares of possible Mainland Southeast Asian origin, the highest concentration of fine Indian ware and with incised flask sherds with specific eastern Indonesian parallels at Leang Buidane in the Talaud Islands (Bellwood 1980), a larger example of which came from 3.
The epicenter of the stronger quake was located 31 kilometers southwest of the Talaud archipelago in the Pacific, right on the maritime border between Indonesia and the Philippines.
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The partnership aims to build the capacity of IUU rule enforcement, Port State Measure development, a number of marine and fishery-related training programs and workshops, Sea Grant Partnership improvement, as well as deep sea exploration cooperation in the Sangihe Talaud Region.
Foreign currencies are used in areas such as West Kalimantan, Papua, Sangir Talaud and Timor, Many people are paid in Malaysian ringgit in the border areas with Malaysia and in peso in the border areas with the Philippines, he said.
Christian Evangelical Church of Sangihe Talaud (GMIST) [Indonesia]
Other mammals include the rat-like Cuban solenodon, the Christmas Island shrew, the Vanikoro Flying Fox of the Solomon Islands, the Australian central rock rat and the Talaud Flying Fox of Indonesia.
Indonesia issued a tsunami warning after the quake rocked North Sulawesi Province's Talaud Islands, located about 2,400 kilometers northeast of Jakarta and 1,320 km southeast of Manila, at 1:34 a.
2 magnitude quake occurred at a depth of about 10km near the Talaud islands north of Sulawesi.
A central character in this drama is William Makahanap, a Christian from the Sangi and Talaud islands in the Celebes.
The authors also make the unusual suggestion that all the Sangihe and Talaud Islands were joined as dry land during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM), but I have my bathymetric doubts.
According to Indonesian seismologists, the quake's epicenter was located 30 kilometers (19 miles) to the southeast of Indonesia's Talaud Islands on the border with Philippines at the depth of 10 kilometers (6 miles).