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Mare Moluccense

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Mare Moluccense in Asia Meridio-Orientali.
Mare Celebense, Mari Moluccensi ad australem et orientem versus monstrato.

Mare Moluccense,[1] vel Mare Moluccanum[2] (Indonesice Laut Maluku), est mare in Oceano Pacifico occidentali situm, prope Indonesiam, praecipue ab insulis Celebe ad occidentam versus, Halmahera ad orientem versus, et Insulis Sulensibus ad australem versus finitum. Area superficialis est 200 000 chiliometrorum quadratorum. Mari, curalio opimo, sunt multi situs urinandi, propter altitudinem suarum aquarum, cuius maxima est 4810 metra. Maxima urbs ad mare iacens est Ternate.

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Notae[recensere | fontem recensere]

  1. Arbor Xylocarpus molucccensis (Lam.) M.Roem.; tunicatum Clavelina moluccensis (Sluiter, 1904); carabida Notagonum moluccense Louwerens, 1956; pisces Pomacentrus moluccensis Bleeker, 1853 et Upeneus moluccensis (Bleeker, 1855); atque avis Dendrocopos moluccensis (Gmelin, JF, 1788) adiectivum moluccense attestantur.
  2. Polypodialis Tapeinidium moluccanum (Blume) C.Chr.; apialis Pittosporum moluccanum; atque vespa Trypoxylon moluccanum Tsuneki, 1980 adiectivum moluccanum attestantur.

Bibliographia[recensere | fontem recensere]

  • Hall, Robert, Gary Nichols, Paul Ballantyne, Tim Charlton, et Jason Ali. 1991. "The character and significance of basement rocks of the southern Molucca Sea region." Journal of Southeast Asian Earth Sciences 6, no. 3–4 (October–November): 249-58. interretialis.
  • Macpherson, C. G., E. J. Forde, R. Hall, et M. F. Thirlwall. 2003. "Geochemical evolution of magmatism in an arc-arc collision: the Halmahera and Sangihe arcs, eastern Indonesia." In Intra-Oceanic Subduction Systems: Tectonic and Magmatic Processes/ ed. R. D. Larter et P. T. Leat, 207–20. Geological Society, Special Publication 219. Aquis Sulis: Geological Society Publishing House. ISBN 1-86239-147-5.
  • McCaffrey, Robert, et Eli A. Silver. 1990. "Crustal Structure of the Molucca Sea Collision Zone, Indonesia." In The Tectonic and Geologic Evolution of Southeast Asian Seas and Islands. Geophysical Monograph 23. American Geophysical Union. PDF.

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