The population was compiled from available census reports and validated using other available datasets. For each country, population counts from the finest resolution was trended to 2010 using a country-specific annual growth rate assumptions. Underlying vector geometry comes from regional sources, primarily SPC.
Primary Data Source(s): PopGIS, Federated States of Micronesia Division of Statistics
Secondary Data Source(s): None
Geographical Resolutions Available (with count):
1. State (4)
2. Municipality (421)
3. Electoral District (373)
Slides from the FSM Inform workshop, introducing the Inform project objectives and the software tools being proposed.
User manuals and quick start guides for using the FSM Inform Environment data portal.
The accounts were developed using the System of Environmental Economic Accounting - Central Framework (SEEA).
The accounts were prepared by Statistics Division, Department of Resource and Development, National Government, Federated States of Micronesia, United Nations Economic and Social Commission for the Asia Pacific Office of the Australian National University.
This dataset hosts all related documents pertaining to solid waste management in FSM;
1. FSM National Solid Waste Management Strategy 2015-2020.
2. "Good Practices booklets 2015 / 2016 that focus on the progress and challenges demonstrated by each of the four states in relation to the five components of the J-PRISM project. These five components are a) Policy, b) Awareness, c) Landfill Management, d)Collection and Disposal, and e) Recycling.
3. List of existing policies and legislations for solid waste management
The Western and Central Pacific Fisheries Commission (WCPFC) was established by the Convention for the Conservation and Management of Highly Migratory Fish Stocks in the Western and Central Pacific Ocean (WCPF Convention) which entered into force on 19 June 2004.
Data herein presents annual catch estimates specifically for FSM as a member country of the commission according to WCPFC Statistical Area from 1991 - 2016.
This plan highlighted the five key principles for successful adaptation and reduction of present and future coastal hazard risks to Kosrae communities and infrastructure over the next few generations;
The development of this EIA Guideline is for the purpose of strengthening the capabilities to conduct environmental assessments and serve as a valuable reference for decision-makers and developers alike. The EIA analyses the impact of a development on the existing environment.
Regional framework to assess the regional monitoring indicators that measure the status of managed conservation areas set aside under the Micronesia Challenge. The tool allows you to see the monitoring progress and learn more about the monitoring data collected across the region.
This dataset provides a direct internet link to FSM's data hosted on the GBIF website / records.
The Digital Atlas of Micronesia is the foremost source of maps and geospatial information for the Federated States of Micronesia. People searching for any sort of geospatial information can come to this web-based Atlas to identify, visualize, query, analyze, and acquire datasets relevant to their interests. At the core of the Atlas are web-enabled GIS and searchable database that allow users to view and manipulate hundreds of layers of geospatial information.
This report documents the diversity of terrestrial plants and animals within the FSM that varies from east to west due to differences in climate (particularly rainfall), geology, topography and geographical isolation.
This dataset hosts FSM's national reports to the Convention on Biological Diversity.
This report reviews environmental law in the Federated States of Micronesia, including recommendations for changes to aspects of the law. The focus of this review is upon environmental law at the national level in FSM, although section 5 includes information on Pohnpei State environmental law.
As part of the preparation of the Pacific Region Environmental Strategy (PRES) the Asian Development Bank (ADB) has funded a field study in Yap State. The objectives of the study are to evaluate:
1) how traditional systems have played a role in natural resource management and in development
2) how traditional systems could be productively integrated with contemporary approaches to resource management
3) how public-private partnerships have been employed in the development of tourism destinations in a Pacific island nation and could be employed in future development.