Myanmar Marine Biologist and Conservationist.
I am Tint Tun from Myanmar which was previously known as Burma. Myanmar is situated in Southeast Asia. Thailand, China, India and Bangladesh are neighbouring countries.
I am a freelance marine biologist and conservationist.
I am also a Regional Co-Chair (Indian Ocean Region) of the IUCN-Species Survival Commission, Sirenian Specialist Group and a member of the Society for Marine Mammalogy.
I was a pearl culture technician, university teacher, pearl oyster biologist.
Are you also interested in Myanmar marine biodiversity, environment and conservation?
is situated on the east coast of the Bay of Bengal. Myanmar has 1230
miles (2279.42km) coast line. Many
fauna and flora are waiting for us!!! Some mangroves on Myeik
Archipelago in southern Myanmar are prestine and intact forest. Some
researches have been done on fishes, shrimps and seaweeds. But, many
subjects are still in need and study on marine mammals is a
new subject for us. Maybe, we can do some collaborative work in Myanmar
May I invite you to visit the following links, please? You can find some of my papers and you can download them from there just at a click on the title of paper.
Thank you very much.
Tel: (+95-1) 513 165To visit my Facebook site, click here
To visit my LinkedIn site, click here
To visit my dugong & seagrass special site, click here