- Geser-Gorom (ISO639-3:ges) is spoken in eastern Seram and on the islands off the eastern Seram coast, Seram Bagian Timur regency, Maluku province, Indonesia (-3.717798, 130.767276). All recordings were made in Mas village, Karas islands, Fakfak regency, West Papua province, Indonesia, which has several Geser-Gorom speakers and at the time of recording also a visitor from Gorom. Recorded in 2019, when the researcher was working on the native language of the village, Kalamang.
- Kalamang (ISO693-3:kgv, aka Karas) is the Papuan language spoken on the biggest of the Karas Islands, Fakfak regency, West Papua province, Indonesia. The data in this collection was gathered by Eline Visser (https://orcid.org/0000-0001-8131-2302) between 2015 and 2019 for the Kalamang grammar project. Check out 'welcome to the Kalamang collection' for an introduction to the corpus. Untuk informasi tentang korpus ini dalam Bahasa Indonesia, klik 'welcome to the Kalamang collection'.
- Uruangnirin (ISO639-3:urn) is spoken on the two eastern Karas Islands, in the villages Tarak, Tuburuasa, Faur and Kiaba, Fakfak regency, West-Papua province, Indonesia (-3.424480, 132.744455). Lexicon and a grammar questionnaire collected in 2018 and 2019 (Uruangnirin_collection) when the researcher was working on the other language of the Karas Islands, Kalamang. (A short word list collected in 2015 can be found in lexicon_old.)