In 1990 the surface area of Bahrain was 665.3 km2. "By the end of 2015, it was recorded at 778 Km2.(search area) This is an increase of 112.3 km2 in 35 years." And still reclamation is going on.
"This 15.8% expansion is due to sea reclamation, mainly for housing and industrial developments."
The number of islands that make up Bahrain's archipelago as of the end of 2019 were about 100 islands 33 natural and 67 artificial and still more areas are dredged and filled in as we speak, some illegally like in Tubli Bay.
Amwaj 9, Bahrain Bay 7, Diyar Al Muharraq 7, Durrat al Bahrain 17,
Halat Nuaim- seltah 1, Northern City, 14, Nurana 2, Prince Khalifa bin Salman Island 1, Bahrain Bay 7, Reef Island 1, Sitra 1
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Biodiversity, Climate Change, Desertification, Hazardous Wastes, Law of the Sea, Ozone Layer Protection, Wetlands Geographical Information System (GIS) for Environmental Monitoring.
Environment protection decrees and decisions
UNDP Country Program
Supreme council for the Environment
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