Report of EAHC 1st SC, 2nd CHC and 2nd TRDC-BOD meetings (26 March 2014)
Information about cartographic boundary (15 August 2013)
The East Asia Hydrographic Commission (EAHC) is a regional hydrographic commission within the framework of the International Hydrographic Organization (IHO). It was established in 1971, on the occasion of the inaugural meeting of the EAHC under the initiative of China, Indonesia, Japan, Republic of Korea, Philippines and Thailand. Later, DPR of Korea, Malaysia and Singapore joined the commission.
The EAHC composed of the Hydrographers of the countries bordering the Northwest Pacific Ocean, Japan Sea, Yellow Sea, Eastern China Sea, South China Sea, Philippine Sea, Malacca Strait, Northeastern Indian Ocean and adjacent waters in conformity with the Resolution S9 of the Ninth International Hydrographic Conference. The Permanent Secretariat of the EAHC is the Hydrographic and Oceanographic Department of Japan.
The main achievements have been producing of the South China Sea ENC in 2005 and establishing the ENC Task Group in 2006 to improve ENC consistency and coverage of the region.