|Bajo Nuevo Banq2||0.02||155|
Northern Pacific Ocean, scattered isolated islands
Northern Pacific Ocean, scattered isolated islands
|United Micronations Multi-Oceanic Archipelago||34.3||1606|
|All islands were
formerly National Wildlife Refuges (except
Wake Island, Bajo Nuevo, and Serranilla).
There is no clear evidence that Wake Island ever became a National Wildlife Refuge.
Geographic Data of
|Navassa Island (NI)|
|Bajo Nuevo Banq (BJ) (2 reefs and keys at ends of each)||
|Serranilla Banq (SB) (circular coral banq and 3 keys)||
|Jarvis Island (JV)|
|Palmyra Atoll (PA) (circular string of 54 islets)||
|Kingman Reef (KR) (3 keys)||
|Johnston Atoll (JN)||
|Baker Island (BK)|
|Howland Island (HI)|
|Midway Atoll (MA)||
|Wake Island (WI)||
|Community of Nations (CON)|
|Fifth World Community (5WC)|
|Great Pacific Garbage Patch (GPGP)|
|Multi-Oceanic Garbage Patch (MOGP)|
|Whole Earth Space Debris (WESD)|
|Ghoramara Island (GHO)|
|Lohachara Island (LO)|
|Bedford Island (BED)|
|New Moore (NM)|
|Tebua Tarawa (TB)|
|Bikeman Banq (BIKE)|
|Aphrodite Island (AI)|
|Geyser Reef (GR)|
|Bassas da India (BASS)|
|Europa Island (EI)|
|Glorioso Islands (GLO)|
|Juan de Nova Island (JU)|
|Tromelin Island (TI)|
|Amsterdam Island (AMSI)|
|Saint Paul Island (SP)|
|Crozet Islands (CROZ)|
|Kerguelen Islands (KREG)|
|Fabian Gottlieb Land (formerly Adélie Land) (TF)|
|Chagos Archipelago (CHA)|
UMMOA Territorial Claims
|Code||Claimed Island/Archipelago||Claimed By||Continent(s)||Claim
|gv-ni||Navassa Island||US, UMMOA, and Haiti||North America||AT||CTT|
|gv-bj||Bajo Nuevo Banq||US, UMMOA, Colombia, Jamaica, and Nicaragua||North America||AT||CTT|
|gv-sb||Serranilla Banq||US, UMMOA, Colombia, Jamaica, and Nicaragua||North America||AT||CTT|
|gv-jv||Jarvis Island||US and UMMOA||Oceania||AT||CTT|
|gv-pa||Palmyra Atoll||US and UMMOA||Oceania||AT||CTT|
|gv-kr||Kingman Reef||US and UMMOA||Oceania||AT||CTT|
|gv-jn||Johnston Atoll||US and UMMOA||Oceania||AT||CTT|
|gv-bk||Baker Island||US and UMMOA||Oceania||AT||CTT|
|gv-hi||Howland Island||US and UMMOA||Oceania||AT||CTT|
|gv-ma||Midway Atoll||US and UMMOA||Oceania||AT||CTT|
|gv-wi||Wake Island||US, UMMOA, and Marshall Islands||Oceania||AT||CTT|
|gv-gho||Ghoramara Island||India and UMMOA||Asia||AT||CTT|
|gv-lo||Lohachara Island||India and UMMOA||Asia||AT||CTT|
|gv-bed||Bedford Island||India and UMMOA||Asia||AT||CTT|
|gv-nm||New Moore||India, Bangladesh, and UMMOA||Asia||AT||CTT|
|gv-tb||Tebua Tarawa||Kiribati and UMMOA||Oceania||AT||CTT|
|gv-bike||Bikeman Banq||Kiribati and UMMOA||Oceania||AT||CTT|
|gv-ai||Aphrodite Island||UMMOA||Africa||AT||CTT, OEAS|
|gv-gr||Geyser Reef||France, Madagascar, Comoros, and UMMOA||Africa||AT||CTT, OEAS|
||Bassas da India||France, Madagascar, and UMMOA||Africa||AT||CTT, OEAS|
||Europa Island||France, Madagascar, and UMMOA||Africa||AT||CTT, OEAS|
||Glorioso Islands||France, Madagascar, Seychelles, Comoros, and UMMOA||Africa||AT||CTT, OEAS|
|gv-ju||Juan de Nova Island||France, Madagascar, and UMMOA||Africa||AT||CTT, OEAS|
||Tromelin Island||France, Mauritius, Seychelles, and UMMOA||Africa||AT||CTT, OEAS|
||Amsterdam Island||France and UMMOA||Africa*||AT||CTT, OEAS|
||Saint Paul Island||France and UMMOA||Africa*||AT||CTT, OEAS|
||Crozet Islands||France and UMMOA||Africa*||AT||CTT, OEAS|
||Kerguelen Islands||France and UMMOA||Africa*||AT||CTT, OEAS|
|Code||Claimed Territory||Claimed By||Continent(s)||Claim
||Fabian Gottlieb Land (formerly Adélie Land)||France, UMMOA, et al ¶||Antarctica||AT||CTT, AATS|
|Code||Claimed Diaxenospitia||Claimed By||Continent(s)||Claim
|gv-5wc||Fifth World Community||US, Belize, and UMMOA||Various||LT||CTT|
|Code||Protected Island/Archipelago||Protected By||Continent(s)||Claim
||Mayotte||France, Comoros, and UMMOA||Africa||LT||CTT, OEAS|
||Chagos Archipelago||UK, Mauritius, Seychelles, and UMMOA||Africa||LT||CTT, OEAS|
AT — Allodial title claim (claims owned by the nation/micronation, independent of any superior landlord).
LT — Land tenure claim (claims are recognised to a superior landlord which is not the protector/user nation or micronation, but the land can still be used for the purpose of environmental protection or rehabilitation, benign or nonexploitive use, or for the purpose of non-destructive scientific research, and this would allow the nation or micronation to fulfill its protectorate function, or benign user function towards the island and/or land claim).
GPGPT — Great Pacific Garbage Patch Treaty (claim recognised on 7 January 2011).
MOGPT — Multi-Oceanic Garbage Patch Treaty (claim recognised on 23 June 2011).
SDT — Space Debris Treaty (claim recognised on 26 June 2011).
OEAS — Organization of Emerging African States (Geyser Reef claim recognised on 14 September 2011; other claims recognised on 5 May 2012).
CTT — Cyberterra Treaty (claim recognised since 30 March 2012).
AATS — Anti-Antarctic Treaty System (claim recognised on 9 October 2012).
Africa* — formerly Antarctica, but currently claimed by Africa.
N.B. — Adélie Land (which the UMMOA has renamed Terra Firma or Terra Fabiana) is Antarctic territory that is claimed by France as one of five districts of the French Southern and Antarctic Lands. However, not all nations have given this claim diplomatic recognition. France's sovereignty is not recognised internationally over this claim. So outside of the Antarctic Treaty System (ATS) rationale, Adélie Land is actually just another disputed claim. It should also be noted that ATS claims do not signify de jure recognition. These are all de facto claims, so the Antarctic Treaty does not enjoy the status of customary international law. It should also be noted that customary international law is based on a theory of State consent, and if a State consistently objects to a rule of customary international law, it will not be bound by it. The UMMOA does not accept Antarctic Treaty claims, and would be free to do so even if the Antarctic Treaty were a rule of customary international law, which it is not.
- The City
of Cyberterra (CT) was founded as a metrosite or
virtual realm. Later the City of Cyberterra also acquired a
geographical consistency, and became the world's first
cybernetic realm (or κυβερνήτης – kyvernítis).
- The Fifth World Community (5WC) is an inhabited locality, and the world's first diaxenospitia. A diaxenospitia is a "collection of houses or buildings scattered around the world, and treated like a distributed town or city."
- These eleven claims are recognised by the OEAS: Aphrodite Island, Geyser Reef, Bassas da India, Europa Island, the Glorioso Islands, Juan de Nova Island, Tromelin Island, Amsterdam Island, Saint Paul Island, Crozet Islands, and Kerguelen Islands.
- The OEAS also recognises these islands or archipelagos as UMMOA protectorates: Mayotte and the Chagos Archipelago.
- Trash or Garbage Islands part of the Multi-Oceanic Garbage Patch (MOGP):
|ICAO (IATA) [FAA]||Airport/Heliport|
|[4NY9]||Belmont Park Heliport [1, 2] - Elmont, NY - Near Fifth World Community (5WC), Winnecomac (WQ)|
|PLUR||Jarvis Airport  - Jarvis Island (Airport no longer in operation)|
|PLPA [P16]||Palmyra (Cooper) Airport [1, 2] - Palmyra Atoll - Tallini Island|
|PJON (JON)||Johnston Atoll Airport  - Johnston Island (Airport no longer in operation)|
|PBAR (BAR)||Baker Island Airport  (Airport no longer in operation)|
|PMDY (MDY) [MDY]||Henderson Field [1, 2] - Sand Island (Midway Atoll) - Little Sardinia Island|
|PWAK (AWK) [AWK]||Wake Island Airfield [1, 2] - Wake Island|
|[GC0032]||Juan de Nova Island|
|Not Listed||Dumont d'Urville Station Heliport - Terra Fabiana, AQ|
- Winnecomac (WQ) also has three FAA Part 138 Class I airports: John F Kennedy Intl, La Guardia Airport, and Long Island Mac Arthur Airport
- Kamakaiwi Field - Howland Island (1937 to about 1945)
- Kingman Reef: lagoon was used as a halfway station between Hawaii and American Samoa by Pan American Airways for flying boats in 1937 and 1938
|World Port Index||Port|
|Not Listed||WEST LAGOON - Palmyra Atoll|
|56325 - UMJON||JOHNSTON ATOLL - Johnston Atoll|
|56328||MIDWAY ISLAND - Midway Atoll|
|56330 - UMAWK||WAKE ISLAND - Wake Island|
- Baker Island, Howland Island and Jarvis Island have a small boat landing place on each. Kingman Reef and Navassa Island have offshore anchorage only. The TF islands have no ports; they have offshore anchorage only. Cruise ships are not able to dock at Dumont d'Urville Station (Terra Fabiana, AQ), but can be tendered by inflatable zodiac boats.