Palikir


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Pal·i·kir

 (păl′ĭ-kər)
The capital of the Federated States of Micronesia, on Pohnpei Island.
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RISE %/YEAR Australia 2,969,976 86 Canberra 24,125,000 0.6 Fiji 7,055 56 Suva 889,000 1.1 Kiribati 313 54 Tarawa 115,000 2.2 Marshall 70 77 Majuro Islands 55,000 2.3 Micronesia 271 23 Palikir 106,000 1.6 Nauru 8 100 Yaren 11,000 2.3 District New Zealand 104,515 86 Wellington 4,895,000 0.5 Palau 188 80 Ngerulmud 18,000 0.2 Papua 178,704 13 Port New Guinea 8,485,000 2.2 Moresby Samoa 1,075 19 Apia 199,000 2.0 Solomon 10,954 24 Honiara Islands 684,000 2.4 Tonga 289 23 Nuku'alofa 100,000 1.8 Tuvalu 10 62 Funafuti 10,000 1.5 Vanuatu 4,707 25 Port-Vila 303,000 2.2 POLITICAL DATE OF LANGUAGES SYSTEM & ORIGIN HEAD OF COUNTRY GOVERNMENT % OF POP.
Caption: Tied up to the SAR kit, the three fishermen await rescue by the Pacific-class patrol boat FSS Palikir.
Pohnpei, the largest island and home to the capital, Palikir, has a number of noteworthy sites to discover.
They looked at four RSL sites: the craters Palikir, Horowitz, and Hale, and the valley Coprates Chasma.
Pero no se han encontrado evidencias de rios de agua dulce, sino surcos de salmuera en pendientes de los crateres Palikir, Hale, Horowitz y Coprates Chasma, del hemisferio sur marciano, segun informaron Lujendra Ojha y colaboradores en su trabajo "Spectral Evidence For Hydrated Salts In Recurring Slope Lineae On Mars" ("Evidencia espectral de sales hidratadas en surcos de pendientes en Marte").
At four locations, Palikir Crater, Horowitz Crater, Hale Crater, and Coprates Chasma, evidence of salt deposits was found.
The Transnational Crime Unit (TCU), reliant on American funding and Australian supervision since its opening in April, 2009, brought officers from other Pacific island nations to Palikir, the Micronesian capital, to share information on such issues as narcotics, human trafficking, and terrorism.
Author affiliations: World Health Organization, Palikir, Federated States of Micronesia (B.I.