RSF-5 is a 1,292 sq km unit in Salin Bay, 500 km northern of Yangon, while PSC-K is 6,558 sq km unit in the uncharted Pegu Yoma Bay in downtown Myanmar.
RSF-5 is a 1,292 sq km unit in Salin Bay, 500 km northern of Yangon, while PSC-K is 6,558 sq km unit in the uncharted Pegu Yoma Bay in downtown Myanmar. It lasts 6 years and is structured in three stages.
In 2015, two further PSCs were started (after another bidding procedure) for two off-shore units. MD-02 is situated in the Rakhine Basin in the south of Bengal Bay, 135 km off the shore and western of the Yadana Gazfeld, the main coastal area.
It is 10,330 km2 long and has a surface area between 500 and 2,400 metres. MD-04 is in Moattama South Andaman Basin, 230 km off the shore and western of the Yetagus area. It is 5,900 sq. km long and has a surface area between 1,500 and 2,200 metres.
Both of these units are investigated for 2 years and then for 6 years in three different stages.
Burma | World Meteorological Organization
The project concentrates on initiating and co-ordinating an inter- and inter- climate change information and services transfer between meteorological and hydrological services, local organisations and other actors at local and local level through Climate Outlook Forums ( "RCOFs") and the creation of Climate Centres ( "RCCs"). The project aims at South Asia and the so-called Third Pole region - the highest peaks in the entire planet, which includes the Himalayas and the Tibetan Plateau.
Torrential waters are one of the most deadly catastrophes in the worls with more than 5 000 deaths per year. Falling tides also have the highest death rates among the various categories of water inundations, with about 85% of cases of flooding, which includes rivers and coastlines. Torrents differ from floodings in their brief timescales and their appearance on small territorial scale, making torrential flow prediction a different task from predicting high water levels on large rivers.