SQ KM

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SQ KMSquare Kilometer
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According to data provided in the annual statistical book issued by the National Centre for Statistics and Information, the highest density was in the Governorate of Muscat at 363.6 people per sq km, a slight decrease from 2017 when it was 364.8 per sq km.
The proposed new division consisting of northern districts of Chitral (upper and lower), Dir (upper and lower) and Bajaur will still be the biggest division of the province in respect of area, which is 21,421 sq km, with a population of just over four million.
13m Maritime zones under Africa's jurisdiction total around 13m sq km, including territorial seas, and approximately 6.5m sq km of the continental shelf.
Taha added that the authority received 13 requests to invest on an area of 6 sq km, highlighting that the SCZone will sign the final contract with the Russian side to establish the Russian industrial zone over the upcoming month.
The Turkmen sector of the Central (or Middle) Caspian Basin has 23 structures and traps in a prospected 30,000 sq km area said to contain about 1bn tons of oil and 2.8 TCM of gas.
The Yorkshire Dales National Park will include an additional area of land totaling approximately 417 sq km in two adjoining counties, Cumbria and Lancashire.
The blaze has since exploded to more than 101 sq miles (262 sq km) amid triple-digit temperatures and land parched from several years of drought.
The first part involved acquisition of over 600 sq km of data for the Hail project located offshore and in the shallow waters of the Merawah natural reserve which has a very rich biodiversity and is a marine Unesco World Heritage site.
The LBZ currently covers 28.73 sq km and will come down to 23.6 sq km after this modification.
Researchers from the University of Maryland monitored the land between 2000 and 2012 using satellites, and found that the country had surpassed Brazil losing 8,400 sq km of forest as compared to Brazil's 4,600 sq km in 2012, which had increased greenhouse gas emissions and a loss of biodiversity, BBC News reported.
In June 2010, Total bought 36% in the 1,821 sq km Block 72 in the southern part of Masila Basin, joining DNO of Norway, TransGlobe of Canada and the local Ansan Wikfs and The Yemen Co.