Ooslamaa

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Ooslamaa is a small islet in the Baltic Sea belonging to the country of Estonia.

Ooslamaa has a surface area of 241.60 hecatres,[1] with fragmented vegetation. Trees do not grow on the islet.[2] It is administered by Salme Parish, Saare County[3] and has been designated as a Habitat/species management area of Nature Reserve and been under protection by the government since 1965.[4]

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  • Raukas, A., Bird, E., Orviku, K. 1994. The Provenance of Beaches on the Estonian Islands of Saaremaa and Hiiumaa. - Proc. Estonian Acad. Of Sci. Geol., 43, 2, 81-92.

See also[edit]

List of islands of Estonia

Coordinates: 58°05′30″N 22°07′43″E / 58.09167°N 22.12861°E / 58.09167; 22.12861