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Bok Ye-gan Group

LIU Chuang1SHI Ruixiang1CHEN Lijun2SHEN Yan1
1Institute of Geographic Sciences and Natural Resources Research,Chinese Academy of Sciences,Beijing 100101,China2National Geomatics Center of China,Beijing 100830,China


Published:Feb. 2019

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Key Words:

Bok Ye-gan Group,Moscos Islands,Andaman Sea,Indian Ocean,Myanmar,data encyclopedia


The Bok Ye-gan Group is located in the Andaman Sea, a part of North Moscos Islands in the Moscos Islands. There is only 19 km wide between the Bok Ye-gan Group and the Tanintharyi Coast at its east. Its geo-location is 14°15′57″N-14°21′3″N, 97°47′5″E-97°49′10″E. The North Moscos Islands belongs to the Dawei District of the Tanintharyi Region of Myanmar. It is consisted of Bok Ye-gan Island and six islets. The total area of the Bok Ye-gan Group is 3.59 km², and the coastline is 17.13 km. The Bok Ye-gan Group is governed by the Burma Forest Department as the Moscos Islands Wildlife Sanctuary. The dataset was developed based on the Google Earth and related maps and references. The dataset is consisted of 15 data files and archived in the .kmz and .shp data formats with the data size of 103 KB (Compressed to 44 KB in two files).

Foundation Item:

Chinese Academy of Sciences (2018)

Data Citation:

LIU Chuang,SHI Ruixiang,CHEN Lijun,SHEN Yan.Bok Ye-gan Group[DB/OL].Global Change Research Data Publishing & Repository,2019.DOI:10.3974/geodb.2019.02.52.V1.

Data Product:

ID Data Name Data Size Operation
1 BokYe_ganGroup.kmz 11.16kb DownLoad
2 BokYe_ganGroupshp.rar 32.91kb DownLoad

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