maxima was found to inhabit the fringing reefs of the inner island chain
with the mean density of 0.
The Philippine Air Force visits the country's markers on the island chain
at least twice a month.
The Queen Charlotte Island chain
also grows some of the biggest black bears in North America, making this a first-rate destination for bowhunters seeking record-book bears.
While across the Grenadine Island chain
, the impact of this type of tourism is even more extreme, with Canauon, Mustique and Palm Island possessing very few indigenous buildings, as whole islands are leased to developers.
Several lines now operate near the island with vessels that are small enough to meet domestic regulations, which limit sizes to protect the island chain
A chapter is devoted to each island or island chain
ANOTHER earthquake jolted India's remote Andaman and Nicobar island chain
yesterday - the latest to strike near the archipelago hard-hit by last month's killer tsunami.
The most powerful hurricane to hit Bermuda in 50 years slammed into the island chain
last night, unleashing winds that snapped off palm trees, scoured the coast and tested its vaunted ability to withstand a fierce storm.
HURRICANE Fabian struck Bermuda last night with the most violent storms the island chain
has seen in 50 years.
When you think of the Ogasawara island chain
, think of Bermuda as part and parcel of New York City, or of Madeira as a distant fragment of London; these comparisons pretty much convey the relationship--and contrast--between the monstrous grey metropolis of Tokyo and what is termed Ogasawara-mura--"Ogasawara village," Tokyo's farthest-flung suburb.
It is expected to turn north to move along the Pacific coast in the Tohoku region and become a tropical depression near the Kuril island chain
northeast of Hokkaido by Wednesday morning.
But their original homeland was the Aleutian island chain
that extends 1,100 miles west from the mainland of Alaska.