Boundary Data of the Babuyan Islands
LIU Chuang1SHI Ruixiang1ZHU Yunqiang1
1Institute of Geographical Sciences and Natural Resources Research，Chinese Academy of Science，Beijing100101，China
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Babuyan Islands are located at the north of Luzon Island, between the Babuyan and the Balintang Channels. Based on Google Earth images, its geolocation is from 19。34′26″N to 18。48′43″N and from 121。11′43″E to 121。59′41″E. It is an archipelago, part of the Province Cagayan in the Philippines. Volcano islands, the Babuyan Islands is consisted of four large islands and a series of islets and giant rocks, they are: Babuyan island, Calayan island, Camiguin island, Fuga island, and Dalupiri, Panuitan, Mabag, Barit, Pamoctan and Irao Island. The biggest one of the islands is the Calayan Island with the area of 196.34 km2, and the longest coastline is the Camiguin island with the 78.90km long. The total area of the Babuyan Islands is 617.95 km2, and the total coastline is 324.13km long. The dataset is archived in the .shp 和.kmz data formats with the compressed data size of 1.32MB.
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LIU Chuang,SHI Ruixiang,ZHU Yunqiang.2016.Boundary Data of the Babuyan Islands ( BNDBabuyanIslands ) ,Global Change Research Data Publishing & Repository,DOI:10.3974/geodb.2016.04.02.V1