Geography of Burma/Myanmar - general studies
|Title:|| ||Geography of Burma
2 Mountains -
2.1 Main peaks...
4 Maritime claims -
5 Land use and natural resources...
6 Natural hazards...
7.1 Environment - international agreements...
8 See also...
10 External links.|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||25 October 2010|
|Title:|| ||Myanmar, Myeik and mythmaking
|Date of publication:|| ||16 October 2016|
|Description/subject:|| ||"For most of the 20th century, the Myeik (formerly Mergui) Archipelago in Myanmar's far south was rarely visited by foreigners. The few transport services available were unreliable and modern amenities like hotels and restaurants were almost non-existent. There were occasional naval patrols but security was poor and the safety of travelers could not be guaranteed. After General Ne Win's coup d'etat in 1962, official restrictions on travel to the region were imposed, prompting the name "the forbidden islands".
Over the past 20 years, the situation has changed, but the future of this remote and little-known part of Myanmar remains uncertain..."|
|Author/creator:|| ||Andrew Selth|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Nikkei Asian Review|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||01 May 2017|
|Title:|| ||The Geology of Burma (Myanmar): An Annotated Bibliography of Burma’s Geology, Geography and Earth Science.
|Date of publication:|| ||September 2008|
A bibliography on Burma prepared by the Topographic Engineering Center
(TEC) to assist with humanitarian efforts offered by the US Government
after the devastating Cyclone Nargis hit Burma on May 2, 2008. As such,
this bibliography covers items of interest to disaster engineers and
emergency planners, including citations on topography, transportation,
water, medical concerns, and security.|
|Author/creator:|| ||R. Lee Hadden|
|Source/publisher:|| ||Topographic Engineering Center, US Army Corps of Engineers|
|Format/size:|| ||pdf (1.13MB)|
|Date of entry/update:|| ||26 January 2009|