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Krusenstern Island (and similar names) is a toponym honoring the Baltic German explorer Adam Johann von Krusenstern (1770–1846). It was and sometimes still is used for a number of places in the Pacific Ocean:
- Ailuk in the Marshall Islands
- Little Diomede (Ignaluk; formerly known as Krusenstern Island) in the Diomede Islands
- Tikehau in the Tuamotus
- "Krusenstern Reef" was a phantom reef at ; it was deleted from maps after 1923
- "Krusenstern Islands" or "Krusenstern Reef" also was applied to islands in the Northwestern Hawaiian Islands
- "Krusenstern Islands", a small group of islands in the Middendorff Bay
- Murphy (1951): pp. 17–18
- Marcus Baker (1902). Geographic Dictionary of Alaska. U.S. Government Printing Office. pp. 252, 268.
- Murphy, Robert Cushman (1951): Birds collected during the Whitney South Sea Expedition 59: The populations of the Wedge-tailed Shearwater (Puffinus pacificus). American Museum Novitates 1512: 1–21. PDF fulltext
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