Myanmar General Information
Myanmar is considered the second the largest country in southeast Asia, which occupies geological critical position within the northeast corner of the Indian Ocean. Here, the Northern end of sands-Andainan, are the worlds second largest arc system, that has collided with the Indian continent in the Naga Hills, and is juxtaposed with the eastern end of India-Asia collision zone and Himalayans to the east. Myanmar is known for it deposition of several mineral deposits, in which producing offshore and onshore reserves of gas-oil, and an abundance of Gemstone, which reflect the country’s varied geology to date. Some of the best known geology in Myanmar Includes post-Jurassic Popa-Loirnye magmatic arc to the west and the major continental Shan Plateau welded to a Triassic Island arc in the east section. Myanmar rather has some important geological appearances to mineral districts, and deposits, stratigraphy, and its typical relation to adjacent belts. One other importance of Myanmar is the related magmatic arc forming processes, and its orogenic or mountain-building geophysical events to plate movements, and ocean closure to increase understanding of the tectonic setting in which most of the metallic, gemstone, and petroleum deposits originated.