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Ko Amerika-ki-te-Raki tētahi paparahi e noho katoa ana ki te tuakoi raki, ā, mō te nuinga ki te tuakoi whiti; tērā rānei he wāhanga noa iho o te paparahi o Amerika. Takoto ana te Moana Arctic ki tōna roherohe whakateraki, te Moana Ranatiki ki te rāwhiti, te Moananui-a-Kiwa ki te hauāuru, ā, noho ana te paparahi o Amerika-ki-te-Tonga me te Moana Karipiana ki tōna paeroa.

Amerika-ki-te-Raki
Location North America.svg
Rahi 24,709,000 km2 (9,540,000 sq mi)
Taupori 565,265,000 (2013, 4th)
Taupori kiato 22.9/km2 (59.3/sq mi)[1]
GDP tūtapa $20,300 piriona (2013, 2nd)
GDP tūtapa per capita $20,900 piriona (2013, 2nd)
Ingoa tangata North American
Whenua 23 (Mātai Whenua Tōrangapū)
Takiwā whirinaki 22 (rārangi)
Reo Reo Pākehā, Reo Pāniora, Reo Wīwī, and many others
Wāhiwā UTC-10 ki UTC
Ētahi atu tāone hira Rārangi rohe metropolitan ki Amerika-ki-te-Raki:[2]
Mexico City
Niu Ioka
Ngā Ānahera
Chicago
Toronto
Dallas–Fort Worth
Hana Paraniko
Houston
Miami
Philadelphia
Atlanta
Mahere whenua ōkiko o Amerika-ki-te-Raki.
Non-native nations' control and claims over North America c. 1750–2008
Languages spoken in the Americas
Native languages of North America (Map of US, Canada and Greenland)

Ko Amerika-ki-te-Raki te paparahi tuawhā ā-taupori (565 miriona tāngata i 2013) tae rā anō ki ngā moutere pātata (pērā i ngā Moutere Karipiana). Koia te paparahi tuatoru ā-rahinga whenua me ōna km2 e 24,709,000, arā āhua 16.5% o te matawhenua o te ao, 4.8% rānei o te mata o te ao. E 23 ōna wehenga motuhake.

Nō te wāhanga kōpaka pāmuri ngā iwi tangata tuatahi i tae atu ki ‘Amerika-ki-te-Raki’, mā te whakawhiti i te arawhiti whenua Bering. I whakaotia te wāwāhanga onamata o te wāhanga mua-Columbia e te taenga mai o ngā kairarau Ūropi nō te Takiwā Tūhura.

Whakaatu ai ngā ahurea me ngā momopori ō nāianei i ngā taunekeneke i waenganui i ngā kaitāmi Ūropi, ngā iwi taketake, ngā pononga Āwherika me ā rātou mangainga. He kaha ake te awenga Ūropi ki ngā rohe whakateraki o te paparahi, ā, he kaha ake ngā awenga iwi taketake, nō Āwherika rānei ki te tonga. Nō te kaha o te awenga kaitāmi Ūropi, ka kōrero te nuinga o ngā tāngata nō Amerika-ki-te-Raki ō nāianei i te reo Ingarihi, te reo Pāniora, te reo Wīwī rānei, ā, whakaatu ai ēnei hapori me ā ratou wehenga i ngā tikanga Hauāuru.

Rārangi kōrero

Rārangi wehenga motuhake, takiwā whirinakiEdit

Ingoa rohe,
takiwā, me ngā pīwari[3][4][5]
Rahinga
(km2)[6]
Taupori
(2008 est.)[7]
Taupori kiato
(ia km²)
Ūpokonga
  Ānakuira (Kīngitanga Kotahi) 91 15,000 164.8 The Valley
  Arupa (Hōrana) 180 107,000 594.4 Oranjestad
  Bonaire (Hōrana) 294 12,093[8] 41.1 Kralendijk
  Curaçao (Hōrana) 444 140,794[8] 317.1 Willemstad
  Haiti 27,750 10,033,000 361.5 Port-au-Prince
  Hamaika 10,991 2,719,000 247.4 Kingston
  Hato Kiti me Newi 261 52,000 199.2 Basseterre
  Hato Mātene (Wīwī) 54[9] 29,820[10] 552.2 Marigot
  Hato Pātera me Mikarona (Wīwī) 242 6,000 24.8 Saint-Pierre
  Hato Ruiha 539 172,000 319.1 Castries
  Hato Wāneti me ngā Kerenarāna 389 109,000 280.2 Kingstown
  Hononga-o-Amerika[11] 9,629,091 311,630,000 32.7 Wahingitana, D.C.
  Honotura 112,492 7,466,000 66.4 Tegucigalpa
  Kānata 9,984,670 33,573,000 3.4 Ottawa
  Kerenāra 344 104,000 302.3 St. George's
  Kirānirangi (Tenemāka) 2,166,086 57,000 0.026 Nuuk (Godthåb)
  Kiupa 109,886 11,204,000 102.0 Havana
  Koto Rika 51,100 4,579,000 89.6 San José
  Kuarerupe (Wīwī) 1,628 401,784[12] 246.7 Basse-Terre
  Kuatamara 108,889 14,027,000 128.8 Guatemala City
  Manetera (Kīngitanga Kotahi) 102 6,000 58.8 Plymouth; Brades[13]
  Mātiniki (Wīwī) 1,128 397,693[14] 352.6 Fort-de-France
  Mehiko 1,964,375 112,322,757 57.1 Mexico City
  Motu Koru-Kākoa[15] (Kīngitanga Kotahi) 948 33,000 34.8 Cockburn Town
  Moutere Clipperton (Wīwī) 6 0 0.0  —
[[File:|23x15px|border |alt=|link=]] Moutere Keimana (Kīngitanga Kotahi) 264 56,000 212.1 George Town
  Moutere Navassa (Hononga-o-Amerika) 5[9] 0[10] 0.0  —
  Moutere Puhi (Amerika) (Hononga-o-Amerika) 347 110,000 317.0 Charlotte Amalie
  Moutere Puhi (Ingarangi) (Kīngitanga Kotahi) 151 23,000 152.3 Road Town
  Nikarāhua 130,373 5,743,000 44.1 Managua
  Pāhama[16] 13,943 342,000 24.5 Nassau
  Pāmura (Kīngitanga Kotahi) 54 65,000 1203.7 Hamilton
  Panamā[17][18] 75,417 3,454,000 45.8 Panama City
  Pāpatohe 430 256,000 595.3 Bridgetown
  Pārihi 22,966 307,000 13.4 Belmopan
  Peta Riko (Hononga-o-Amerika) 8,870 3,982,000 448.9 San Juan
  Saint Barthélemy (Wīwī) 21[9] 7,448[10] 354.7 Gustavia
  Sapa (Hōrana) 13 1,537[8] 118.2 The Bottom
  Sint Eustatius (Hōrana) 21 2,739[8] 130.4 Oranjestad
  Sint Maarten (Hōrana) 34 40,009[8] 1176.7 Philipsburg
  Te Moutere Nehe me Papura 442 88,000 199.1 St. John's
  Te Whakaora 21,041 6,163,000 293.0 San Salvador
  Te Whenua Tominika 48,671 10,090,000 207.3 Santo Domingo
  Tirinaki-Tāpako[17] 5,130 1,339,000 261.0 Port of Spain
  Tominika 751 67,000 89.2 Roseau
Tapeke 24,500,995 541,720,440 22.9

ŌhangaEdit

Raupapa Whenua GDP (PPP, 2014)
miriona tāra HOA
1   Hononga-o-Amerika 17,419,000
2   Mehiko 2,148,884
3   Kānata 1,595,975
4   Kiupa 234,193
5   Te Whenua Tominika 138,511
6   Peta Riko 125,630
7   Kuatamara 119,811
8   Panamā 80,811
9   Koto Rika 71,234
10   Te Whakaora 51,193
Raupapa Whenua GDP (tūtapa, 2014) miriona tāra HOA
1   Hononga-o-Amerika 17,419,000
2   Kānata 1,786,655
3   Mehiko 1,291,062
4   Peta Riko 103,135
5   Kiupa 77,150
6   Te Whenua Tominika 64,058
7   Kuatamara 58,728
8   Koto Rika 49,553
9   Panamā 46,213
10   Tirinaki-Tāpako 28,874


Ētahi atu tāone hiraEdit

The top ten largest North American metropolitan areas by population as of 2013, based on national census numbers from the United States of America, and census estimates from Canada and Mexico.

Rohe metropolitan Tapori Rahinga (km2) Whenua
Mexico City 21,163,226 7,346  
Niu Ioka 19,949,502 17,405  
Ngā Ānahera 13,131,431 12,562  
Chicago 9,537,289 24,814  
Dallas–Fort Worth 6,810,913 24,059  
Houston 6,313,158 26,061  
Toronto 6,054,191 5,906  
Philadelphia 6,034,678 13,256  
Wahingitana, D.C. 5,949,859 14,412  
Miami 5,828,191 15,896  

2011 Census figures.

Kupu tautokoEdit

  1. This North American density figure is based on a total land area of 23,090,542 km2 only, considerably less than the total combined land and water area of 24,709,000 km2.
  2. http://www.demographia.com/db-worldua.pdf
  3. SPP Background. CommerceConnect.gov. Security and Prosperity Partnership Of North America. He konae pūranga nō te taketake i te 18 June 2008. He mea kite i te 14 November 2010.
  4. Ecoregions of North America. United States Environmental Protection Agency. He mea kite i te 30 May 2011.
  5. What's the difference between North, Latin, Central, Middle, South, Spanish and Anglo America?.
  6. Unless otherwise noted, land area figures are taken from "Demographic Yearbook—Table 3: Population by sex, rate of population increase, surface area and density" (2008). United Nations Statistics Division. Retrieved on 14 October 2010. 
  7. Unless otherwise noted, population estimates are taken from Department of Economic and Social Affairs Population Division (2009). World Population Prospects, Table A.1 (PDF). United Nations. He mea kite i te 12 March 2009.
  8. 8.0 8.1 8.2 8.3 8.4 Population estimates are taken from the Central Bureau of Statistics Netherlands Antilles. Statistical information: Population. Government of the Netherlands Antilles. He konae pūranga nō te taketake i te 1 May 2010. He mea kite i te 14 October 2010.
  9. 9.0 9.1 9.2 Land area figures taken from The World Factbook: 2010 edition. Government of the United States, Central Intelligence Agency. He mea kite i te 14 October 2010.
  10. 10.0 10.1 10.2 These population estimates are for 2010, and are taken from The World Factbook: 2010 edition. Government of the United States, Central Intelligence Agency. He mea kite i te 14 October 2010.
  11. Includes the US state of Hawaii, which is distant from the North American landmass in the Pacific Ocean and therefore more commonly associated with the other territories of Oceania.
  12. Insee – Populations légales 2008 – 971-Guadeloupe (French). Insee.fr. He mea kite i te 31 October 2011.
  13. Because of ongoing activity of the Soufriere Hills volcano beginning in July 1995, much of Plymouth was destroyed and government offices were relocated to Brades. Plymouth remains the de jure capital.
  14. Insee – Populations légales 2008 – 972-Martinique (French). Insee.fr. He mea kite i te 31 October 2011.
  15. Since the Lucayan Archipelago is located in the Atlantic Ocean rather than Caribbean Sea, the Turks and Caicos Islands are part of the West Indies but are not technically part of the Caribbean, although the United Nations groups them with the Caribbean.
  16. Since the Lucayan Archipelago is located in the Atlantic Ocean rather than Caribbean Sea, the Bahamas are part of the West Indies but are not technically part of the Caribbean, although the United Nations groups them with the Caribbean.
  17. 17.0 17.1 Depending on definitions, Aruba, Bonaire, Curaçao, Panama, and Trinidad and Tobago have territory in either or both of North and South America.
  18. Panama is generally considered a North American country, though some authorities divide it at the Panama Canal. Figures listed here are for the entire country.