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Aranuka: Population and Land Area
Census Area Population 2010[1] Land area by islet[1] Density (people per hectare)
Abamakoro 104 185 hectares (457 acres) 0.6
Benuaroa 84 108 hectares (267 acres) 0.8
Teuabu 269 34 hectares (84 acres) 7.9
Temanoku 286 150 hectares (371 acres) 1.9
Rotuma 405 562 hectares (1,389 acres) 0.9
Autukia 112
Matang 537 811 hectares (2,004 acres) 537.9
Taboiaki 692
Temotu 194 138 hectares (341 acres) 1.4
Nonouti total 2683 1,988 hectares (4,912 acres) 1.3



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Island population tables[edit]

Abemama is located in Pacific Ocean
Abemama
Abemama
Location of Abemama Atoll in the Pacific Ocean
South Tarawa: Population and Land Area
Census Area Population 2010[1] Land area available[1] Land area, not available for residential, commercial or government use[1] Density, people per hectare
Tanaea 279 9 hectares (22 acres) - 31
Bonriki 2355 70 hectares (173 acres) 139 hectares (343 acres)1 34
Temwaiku 3135 - 383 hectares (946 acres)2 19
Causeway/Nawerewere 2054
Bikenibeu 6568 181 hectares (447 acres) - 36
Abarao 1665 58 hectares (143 acres) - 29
Eita 3061 104 hectares (257 acres) 9 hectares (22 acres)3 29
Tangintebu 89
Taborio 1282
Ambo 2200 141 hectares (348 acres) - 16
Banraeaba 1969
Antebuka 1087
Teaoraereke 4171 87 hectares (215 acres) 4.2 hectares (10 acres)4 48
Nanikai 988 12 hectares (30 acres) - 82
Bairiki 3524 46 hectares (114 acres) 5.0 hectares (12 acres)5 77
Betio-Bairiki causeway not included
Betio 15755 154 hectares (381 acres) 13.7 hectares (34 acres)6 102
South Tarawa total 50182 1,023 hectares (2,528 acres) 553 hectares (1,366 acres) 49

Reasons land not available for use:

  1. Bonriki; Water reserve, airport
  2. Temwaiku; Reclamation and fish ponds
  3. Eita/Taborio; Abairarang (scout) Is.Abaokoro (Guide) Is. and Taborio Causeway
  4. Teaoraereke; Causeway
  5. Naanekai-Bairiki causeway, Bairiki wharf and jetty
  6. Betio; Sandspit, wharves, jetties
Abemama Atoll
The villages on the island of Abemama
Abemama: Population and Land Area
Census Area Population 2010[1] Land area by islet[1] Density (people per acre)
Abatiku 150 689.8 acres (279 ha) 0.2
Tabiang 487 3,656.3 acres (1,480 ha) 0.6
Tekatirirake 182
Tanimainiku 250
Kauma 74
Baretoa 387
Tabontebike 380
Kariatebike 505
Bangotantekabaia 79 1,144.3 acres (463 ha) 0.1
Tebanga 62
Manoku 170 179.5 acres (73 ha) 0.9
Kabangaki 474 1,012.8 acres (410 ha) 0.5
Biike 13 79.7 acres (32 ha) 0.2
Abaiang total 3213 6,762.4 acres (2,737 ha) 0.5


Abaiang: Population and Land Area
Census Area Population 2010[1] Land area by islet[1] Density (people per acre)
Nuotaea 559 330.9 acres (134 ha) 1.7
Ribono 341 219.3 acres (89 ha) 1.6
Takarano 348 3,552.6 acres (1,438 ha) 1.2
Ubwanteman 126
Tebunginako 424
Borotiam 375
Aonobuaka 328
Koinawa 312
Morikao 233
Ewena 166
Taburao 322
Tebero 157
Tabwiroa 237
Tuarabu 560
Tanimaiaki 274
Tebwanga 310
Aoneaba 51
Tabontebike 379
Uninhabited islets 0 215.5 acres (87 ha) 0
Abaiang total 5,502 4,318.3 acres (1,748 ha) 1.3
  1. ^ a b c d e f g h i "Kiribati Census Report 2010 Volume 1" (PDF). National Statistics Office, Ministry of Finance and Economic Development, Government of Kiribati.