“Hydrographically Developed Countries Should Reach Out to Developing Countries”

Oriental countries are dedicated to the hydrographic profession but don’t often beat the drums in order to be heard. There’s a lot of work being done, though. One example is Myanmar, a country with several hundreds of kilometres of coastline and many islands as well as inland navigable waters. 'Hydro International' interviewed Commodore Min Thein Tint, Commanding Officer of Myanmar Naval Hydrographic Centre, Myanmar Navy, on capacity building, offshore and inland navigation, dat... (read more)