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Seduced by the Map, Chapter 2 (Part 6)

By Martin W. Lewis | September 28, 2022 |

We now come to the most important acknowledged gap between the world model (based on theoretically equivalent national units) and the world map: the remaining colonial and post-colonial dependencies. Most of these territories are so small that they are a challenge to depict when mapping at the global scale.

Giant Killer Mice of Gough Island

By Martin W. Lewis | December 24, 2009 | One Comment

Remote oceanic islands often form interesting laboratories for biological process, as well as arresting geopolitical anomalies. Few are as remarkable as Gough Island, a 35 square mile landmass in the temperate reaches of the South Atlantic. Although without a self-sustaining permanent population, Gough is one of the world’s most isolated places

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