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World Network of Biosphere Reserves in Asia and the Pacific

Under UNESCO's Man and Biosphere Reserve Programme, there are currently 119 biosphere reserves recognized as part of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves in Asia and the Pacific. These are distributed across 23 countries in the region.

The list

Below is the list of biosphere reserves in Asia and the Pacific, organized by country/territory, along with the year these were designated as part of the World Network of Biosphere Reserves.

Australia

Cambodia

China

Federated States of Micronesia

  • Utwe (2005)
  • And Atoll (2007)

India

Indonesia

Iran

Japan

Kazakhstan

Kyrgyzstan

Malaysia

Maldives

Mongolia

Pakistan

Palau

North Korea

Philippines

South Korea

Sri Lanka

Thailand

  • Sakaerat (1976)
  • Hauy Tak Teak (1977)
  • Mae Sa-Kog Ma (1977)
  • Ranong (1997)

Turkmenistan

Uzbekistan

Vietnam

References

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External links

  • List of UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves in Asia and the Pacific
  • List of UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves of Asia and the Pacific
  • UNESCO World Network of Biosphere Reserves
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