Other names: Nanhai Jiao 南海礁;
Đá Kỳ Vân
|Satellite image of Mariveles Reef by NASA.|
|Location||South China Sea|
|People's Republic of China|
|Republic of China (Taiwan)|
|District||Truong Sa, Khanh Hoa|
Mariveles Reef, known as Nanhai Jiao (Chinese: 南海礁) in China, Terumbu Mantanani in Malaysia, đá Kỳ Vân in Vietnam and Mariveles in the Philippines, is 59 km slightly east of north from Swallow Reef and 35nm southeast of Barque Canada Reef. It dries at high tide enclosing two large lagoons in a figure of eight formation with a sand cay between them. This small cay, 1.5–2 m high, and some isolated rocks are just visible at high water.
- D. J. Hancox; Victor Prescott. A Geographical Description of the Spratly Islands and an Account of Hydrographic Surveys Amongst Those Islands.
- Joshua Ho; Sam Bateman (15 February 2013). Maritime Challenges and Priorities in Asia: Implications for Regional Security. Routledge. pp. 74–. ISBN 978-1-136-29820-2.
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