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The China Sea directory. Vol. I-IV. / : Published by
order of the Lords Commissioners of the Admiralty.
- London : Printed for the Hydrographic Office, Admiralty,
[Supplements and notices to marines, 1898-1913] (9 nos. in 1.),
issued in 1898-1913.
The China Sea directory. Vol. I, Containing directions for the
approaches to the China Sea, by Malacca, Singapore, Sunda, Banka,
Gaspar, Carimata, Rhio, Varella, and Durian straits.
The China Sea directory. Vol. II, Containing directions for the
navigation of the China Sea, between Singapore and Hong Kong.
The China Sea directory. Vol. III, Comprising the coasts of China
from Hong Kong to the Korea; North coast of Luzon, Formosa Island
and Strait; the Babuyan,Bashee, and Meiaco Sima groups : Yellow
Sea, Gulfs of Pe-Chili and Liau-Tung : also the rivers Canton,
West, Min, Yung, Yangtse, Yellow, Pei Ho, and Liau Ho; and Pratas
Island / compiled from various sources by Captain Charles J.
The China Sea directory. Vol. IV, Comprising the coasts of Korea,
Russian Tartary, the Japan Islands, Gulfs of Tartary and
Amúr, and the Sea of Okhotsk : also the Meiaco, Liu-Kiu,
Linschoten, Mariana, Bonin, Saghalin, and Kuril Islands / compiled
from various sources by Staff Commander Frederick W. Jarrad.
A geography of the Malay Peninsula, Indo-China, the Eastern
Archipelago, the Philippines, and New Guinea. / : A. H. Keane.
- London : E. Stanford, 1887.
pt. I. The Malay Peninsula. ch. I. General survey; physical
features: mountain and river systems; seaboard; islands; the
Isthmus of Kra. ch. II. Climate; flora-fauna. ch. III. Inhabitants:
the Negritoes; Sam-Sams and Malays; religion; language. ch.IV.
Political divisions: Siamese and British divisions; resources;
trade; government; statistics of the Malay Peninsula
pt. II. Indo-China. ch. I. General survey; physical features:
mountain and river systems; seaboard; islands. ch. II. Climate;
flora-fauna. ch. III. Inhabitants: Burmese; Talaings;
Siamese-Annamese; Cambojans. ch. IV. Political divisions: Burmah;
Siam; Annam; Camboja; statistics of Indo-China
pt. III. The Eastern Archipelago. ch. I. General survey;
distribution of land and water; main insular groups; volcanic
formations; geology; extent; population. ch. II. Climate; flora -
fauna. ch. III. Inhabitants: Malays; Indonesians; Negritoes;
Papuans. ch. IV. Geographical and political divisions: Asiatic,
Australian, and Oceanic natural divisions; Dutch, Spanish, English,
German, and Portuguese territories; statistics of Eastern
UNEP, 2005. Wilkinson, C., DeVantier, L., Talaue-McManus, L.,
Lawrence, D. and D. Souter. South China Sea, GIWA
Regional assessment 54. University of Kalmar, Kalmar,
'The region is formed of the marine, coastal and hinterland river
catchments of nine nations: China, Vietnam, Cambodia, Thailand,
Malaysia, Singapore, Indonesia, Brunei and the Philippines. Laos
and Myanmar are also part of the region but have no impacts on the
water balance and are therefore not further discussed...'