Maps of Jarvis Island
A very basic map of Jarvis Island. This is likely the most distributed Jarvis Island map as it is included in the CIA World Factbook, which is in the public domain and is duplicated on many websites.Source: the CIA World Factbook
A detailed map of Jarvis Island. What makes this unique is it labels areas with what plants grow there, as well as the location of a proposed landing field.Drawn by Edwin H. Bryan Jr. Found in Mr. Bryan's 1942 book "American Polynesia and the Hawaiian Chain". Scanned by JarvisIsland.info
Here is this website's modified version.Map modified by E.H. Bryan Jr. Found by janeresture.com
This appears to be what the above map was created from. It contains more information but is not as readable.Map modified by E.H. Bryan Jr. Found by jarvisisland.net
Here is this website's modified version.Map modified by E.H. Bryan Jr. Found by jarvisisland.net
A more exact navigational style map, once again based from the above map .Source: The University of Texas, Austin.
A map showing the distances of the Line Islands to Honolulu, Hawaii.Source: jarvisisland.net.
A map created in 1985 when feral cats were eliminated from Jarvis Island detailing the vegetation on the Island. For more on this subject please refer to ResourcesSource: Feral Cats on Jarvis Island: Their Effects and Their Eradication. Found by jarvisisland.net
Map of Kiribati and surrounding area: Notice Jarvis Island on the right on the equator.Source: the CIA World Factbook
Map of Oceania. The easy way to find Jarvis Island is to find Hawaii and move down until Jarvis is found. This map is a thumbnail and is quite hard to read; for a bigger version please click on the image.Source: CountryReports.Org
Use the same method described above to find Jarvis Island on this map.Source: CountryReports.Org
Map of Kiribati
Bathymetry of Jarvis Island