Archipiélago malayo | referencias

Referencias

  1. a b Moores, Eldridge M.; Encyclopedia of European and Asian regional geology. Springer. p. 377. ISBN 0412740400. Consultado el 30 de noviembre de 2009. 
  2. a b c "Malay Archipelago." Encyclopedia Britannica. 2006. Chicago: Encyclopedia Britannica, Inc.
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  8. el original el 17 de enero de 2010. Consultado el 30 de noviembre de 2009. 
  9. Reid, Anthony. Understanding melayu (Malay) as a source of diverse modern identities. Origins of Malayness 2001 Cambridge University Press. Consultado el 2 de marzo de 2009.
  10. «If we draw a line... commencing to the east of the Philippine Islands, thence along the western coast of Gilolo, through the island of Bouru, and curving round the west end of Mores, then bending back by Sandalwood Island to take in Rotti, we shall divide the Archipelago into two portions, the races of which have strongly marked distinctive peculiarities. This line will separate the Malayan and all the Asiatic races, from the Papuans and all that inhabit the Pacific; and though along the line of junction intermigration and commixture have taken place, yet the division is on the whole almost as well defined and strongly contrasted, as is the corresponding zoological division of the Archipelago, into an Indo-Malayan and Austro-Malayan region». http://www.papuaweb.org/dlib/bk/wallace/race.html
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