Myanmar habitat corridors
A total of 15 conservation corridors originally identified in Tordof et al. 2005 were revised and updated through the stakeholder workshop. A total of eight terrestrial conservation corridors, four river conservation corridors and two marine conservation corridors were updated taking into account: landscape connectivity, maintaining connectivity between two or more KBAs, maintaining evolutionary and ecological processes and safeguarding against the potential impacts of climate change.
Click on the biodiversity table names or areas on the maps to learn more about each of them.
Terrestrial Biodiversity Corridors in Myanmar
|Chin Hills Complex Corridor||36,272|
|Bago Yoma Range corridor||16,143|
|Western Shan Yoma Range Corridor||27,742|
|Upper Chindwin Catchment Corridor||50,156|
|Lower Chindwin Forest Corridor||40,087|
|Taninthayi Range Corridor||42,880|
|Rakhine Yoma Range Corridor||47,914|
|Upper Ayeyawady Catchment Corridor||101,394|