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Table 1 The geographical features of the eleven Greek Aegean islands studied

From: Phlebotomine sand flies (Diptera: Psychodidae) in the Greek Aegean Islands: ecological approaches

Island Area (km2) Latitude (°N) Longitude (°E) Max altitude (masl) Human populationa Distance from Turkey (km) Distance from Greek mainland (km)
Anafi 38.6 36.35841 25.82984 582 190 141.3 207.5
Andros 397.7 37.848228 24.908661 994 9170 126.0 11.4
Folegandros 32.4 36.65604 24.8507 415 780 209.5 132.2
Ikaria 255.0 37.61188 26.13851 1041 8423 57.0 135.6
Karpathos 302.2 35.63055 27.10905 1220 7310 94.5 355.0
Leros 54.1 37.15951 26.83281 320 7917 31.6 214.3
Milos 150.6 36.68548 24.50396 751 5129 244 105.5
Nisyros 41.3 36.59632 27.17521 698 987 17.5 275.3
Patmos 34.1 37.33087 26.54522 270 3047 49.0 187.0
Santorini 76.2 36.46056 25.39429 567 15,250 171.5 177.3
Sifnos 74.0 36.96325 24.72623 682 2442 220.2 88.0
  1. ahttp://www.statistics.gr/en/2011-census-pop-hous
  2. Abbreviation: masl metres above sea level