List of Marine Ecoregions - By Realm and Province - Central Indo-Pacific - South China Sea

South China Sea

  • Gulf of Tonkin
  • Southern China
  • South China Sea Oceanic Islands

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South China Sea - Territorial Claims
... made competing territorial claims over the South China Sea ... Both People's Republic of China (PRC) and the Republic of China (ROC) claim almost the entire body as their own, demarcating their claims within what is known as the nine-dotted line, which claims ... Competing claims include Indonesia, China, and Taiwan over waters NE of the Natuna Islands The Philippines, China, and Taiwan over Scarborough Shoal ...
Typhoon Wayne (1986) - Meteorological History
... This system began its long life on August 16 in the South China Sea, having formed within the monsoon trough ... The typhoon came close but remained offshore of southeastern China, and after reaching maximum sustained winds of 75 knots (139 km/h) it hit western Taiwan on ... the northeast, but when Vera moved far enough away, Wayne drifted northeastward through the South China Sea, becoming a tropical storm again on August 27 ...
South China Sea Shipwrecks
... The South China Sea shipwrecks are two shipwrecks discovered in the South China Sea ... yield important archaeological evidence about the marine Silk Road trade route linking ancient China with the Western world ... South China Sea-I was discovered in 1987 and is the marine Silk Road area ...
String Of Pearls (China) - Facilities and Relationships - South China Sea
... The critical sea lines of communication that connect China to Middle Eastern oil-producing states transverse the South China Sea, making it a key strategic ... Chinese naval vessels heavily patrol South China Sea waters, and conflicting territorial claims in the region have periodically erupted in naval ... Chinese efforts to control the South China Sea have therefore figured significantly in speculations about the wider ambitions of the Chinese central ...

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