East Timor Bordering Countries: Indonesia
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Where is East Timor?
East Timor Satellite Image
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East Timor Cities:
Aileu, Atapupu, Baquia, Baucau, Dili, Lautem, Lospalos, Macassar (Oecusse), Maliana, Manatuto, Maubara, Suai, Tutuala, Uatolari and Viqueque.
East Timor Locations:
Savu Sea, Selat Ombai, Selat Roti, Selat Wetar, Teluk Kupang and Timor Sea.
East Timor Natural Resources:
The fuel resources in East Timor include petroleum and natural gas. Gold, manganese, and marble are other resources for East Timor.
East Timor Natural Hazards:
Floods and landslides are common in East Timor. Other natural hazards include tropical cyclones, earthquakes, and tsunamis.
East Timor Environmental Issues:
East Timor, in southeastern Asia, has environmental issues which link to their widespread use of slash and burn agriculture. This has led to deforestation and soil erosion.
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