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Tonle Sap (Cambodia : Lake)

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  • Variants

    • Bien Ho (Cambodia : Lake)
    • Bœ̆ng Tônlé Sap (Cambodia : Lake)
    • Dhalesap (Cambodia : Lake)
    • Grand Lac (Cambodia : Lake)
    • Great Lake (Cambodia : Lake)
    • Sap, Tonle (Cambodia : Lake)
    • Thale Sap (Cambodia : Lake)
    • Toanle Sap (Cambodia : Lake)
    • Tônlé Sab, Bœ̆ng (Cambodia : Lake)
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  • Sources

    • found: Work cat.: Bailleux, R. The Tonle Sap Great Lake, c2003.
    • found: GEOnet, Nov. 2, 2005(Tonle Sap, lake, Cambodia, 13⁰00ʹN, 104⁰00ʹE; conventional: Sap, Toanle; native: Tônlé Sab, Bœ̆ng; variant names: Bien Ho; Dhalesap; Grand Lac; Great Lake; Sap Thale; Sap, Toanle)
    • found: Getty, Nov. 30, 2005(names: Sab, Tonlé; Tonle Sap; lake; Cambodia, 13⁰00ʹN, 104⁰00ʹE)
    • found: Columbia gaz. WWW site, viewed Nov. 2, 2005(Tonlé Sap; lake; Cambodia; largest lake of SE Asia 13⁰00ʹN, 104⁰00ʹE ... the Tonlé Sap R ... drains the lake ... into the Mekong R)
    • found: Chambers world gaz.(Tonlé Sap; Great Lake; freshwater lake in W. central Cambodia linked to the Mekong R by the Tonlé Sap R)
    • found: Web. Geog.(Tonle Sap; Grand Lac; lake, W. Cambodia)
    • found: Collins world atlas gaz. WWW site, viewed Nov. 30, 2005(Tônlé Sab, (Tonle Sap), Cambodia; 13⁰4ʹN, 103⁰51ʹE)
    • found: LakeNet WWW site, viewed Dec. 12, 2005:lake profile (Tonle Sap is Southeast Asia's largest freshwater lake ... during rainy season ... reverses the flow of the Tonle Sap River and triples de surface area of the lake)
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    • 2005-11-16: new
    • 2006-02-01: revised
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