List of uninhabited regions

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A map of the world showing inhabited regions in green, and uninhabited regions in grey.

An uninhabited region is a place where no people live. By 'uninhabited' is meant "non-one lives there permanently". The difficult case is Antarctica, where there are permanent stations, but their staff do not stay permanently. In other places there may be visitors, and sometimes research teams visit for longer periods.

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  1. "Antarctica" at CIA World Factbook (CIA); excerpt, "no indigenous inhabitants, but there are both permanent and summer-only staffed research stations"; retrieved 2013-4-19.
  2. "Ashmore and Cartier Islands" at CIA; excerpt, "no indigenous inhabitants"; retrieved 2013-4-19.
  3. "Baker Island" at CIA; excerpt, "no indigenous inhabitants"; retrieved 2013-4-19.
  4. "Bouvet Island" at CIA; retrieved 2013-4-19.
  5. Nussbaum, Louis-Frédéric. (2005). "Hashima" in Japan Encyclopedia, p. 294.
  6. "Heard and McDonald Islands" at CIA; retrieved 2013-4-19.
  7. "Howland Island" at CIA; excerpt, "no indigenous inhabitants"; retrieved 2013-4-19.
  8. "Jan Mayen" at CIA; excerpt, "no indigenous inhabitants"; retrieved 2013-4-19.
  9. "Jarvis Island" at CIA; excerpt, "no indigenous inhabitants"; retrieved 2013-4-19.
  10. "Kingman Reef" at CIA; excerpt, "no indigenous inhabitants"; retrieved 2013-4-19.
  11. "Navassa Island" at CIA; retrieved 2013-4-19.
  12. "Paracel Islands" at CIA; excerpt, "no indigenous inhabitants"; retrieved 2013-4-19.
  13. "Palmyra Atoll" at CIA; excerpt, "no indigenous inhabitants"; retrieved 2013-4-19.
  14. "Spratly Islands" at CIA; excerpt, "no indigenous inhabitants"; retrieved 2013-4-19.