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  • Land utilization in China : its problems and prospects in Land use in China.
  • China's industrialization in historical perspective in China's road to development.
  • Rural industrialisation in China: approaches and results in China's road to development.
  • Irrigation development in China in Water in China and elsewhere.
  • China geographer, Number 11: agriculture.
  • Seven articles concerned with China's agriculture and six reviews of books concerned with China comprise volume. The history and description of Chinese agriculture is primary focus. One article on forestry and two on Taiwan included. (DOH).
  • The water resources of lakes in China in Water in China and elsewhere.
  • China's water ressources and its utilization in Water in China and elsewhere.
  • Water resources of glaciers in China in Water in China and elsewhere.
  • Catastrophe ; China ; Flood ; Forecast;Prediction ; Numerical model ; Remote sensing ; Statistics
  • This paper describes the conceptual framework and design characteristics of creating a Flood Disaster Information System (FDIS), and its application experiences in China. During the 1991 flood disaster in China, the system and related techniques
  • were used on Huaihe River of central China and Taihu Lake region of east China for tracing the flood process and evaluating the loss of flood damage timely.
  • China's regional development in the 1980s
  • China ; Economic growth ; Economic system ; Living standard ; Regional development ; Regional disparities ; Regional policy ; Years 1980-89
  • This paper includes regional dynamic change and the State regional development policy. Behind the practice of regional development is disputation on the developmental theories. It also outlines theories which guides the practice of China's regional
  • development in the 1980s and briefly discusses prospect of regional development in China.
  • Population of China : large is not beautiful
  • Special China issue
  • Birth control ; China ; Population ; Population density ; Population distribution ; Population growth
  • Recent demographic trends, focusing on the government-sponsored birth control campaigns. The A. asserts that only socioeconomic development can effectively curb population growth and improve quality of life in China. - (DWG)
  • Tourism in China and the impact of June 4, 1989
  • Special China issue
  • China ; Custom ; International tourism ; Regional disparities ; Tourism ; Tourist site ; Touristic behaviour
  • Recent tourist trends in China with analysis of the sources (Japan and the USA are the two major markets) and centers (Guangshou, Beijing, Shenzhen, and Shanghai received more than 500 000 tourists in 1989), a notable decrease from 1988 before
  • In the name of Pauk-Phaw. Myanmar’s China policy since 1948
  • Burma ; China ; Foreign policy ; Geopolitics ; International cooperation ; International relations ; Sphere of influence
  • Birmania ; China ; Cooperación internacional ; Esfera de influencia ; Geopolítica ; Política exterior ; Relaciones internacionales
  • Under the banner of “Pauk-Phaw” friendship, Myanmar skillfully plays the “China card” and enjoys considerable space in her conduct of foreign relations. With the obligations of that friendship the relations remain smooth. Myanmar has constantly
  • repositioned her relations with China to her best advantage. The juxtaposition of accommodating China’s regional strategic interest and resisting Chinese influence and interference in Myanmar internal affairs, has been a hallmark of Myanmar’s China policy
  • . As long as it recognizes the legitimate strategic interests of China in Myanmar, the Myanmar government will be left to conduct its foreign relations within the context of its non-aligned policy. - (GL)
  • Inhomogeneity characteristics of snow in Northeast China
  • Atmospheric circulation ; China ; Climatic trend ; North-Eastern China ; Precipitation ; Snow ; Spatial distribution ; Water vapor
  • China ; Circulación atmosférica ; Distribución espacial ; Nieve ; Precipitación ; Tendencia del clima ; Vapor de agua
  • Based on 1961–2005 observed winter precipitation data in Northeast China, the temporal and spatial variations of snow concentration degree (SCD) and snow concentration period (SCP), together with the circulation characteristics when
  • there is a higher SCD, are computed and analyzed. Results show that SCD in Northeast China presents a yearly rising tendency and SCP decreases obviously. By referring to the vapor transmission map, it is the vapor moving northwestward along the northern side
  • of the core that exerts great impacts on Northeast China.
  • [b2] China Meteorological Administration Training Centre, Beijing, Chine
  • Global climate changes and the tourism of China
  • China ; Climatic warming ; Forecast ; Global change ; Impact ; Model ; Precipitation ; Sea level ; Tourism ; Tropical cyclone
  • Model simulations and paleoclimatic data studies show an evident change in temperature and precipitation over China will occur under conditions of the global warming. Possible scenarios of the future climates are given here for China on the basis
  • of synthesizing model simulations and paleoclimatic data. Most parts of China will experience an increase in temperature, but the warming may be more remarkable in winter in the northern half of the country. Some regions will benefit from the climate change
  • on the development of coastal vegetated wetlands in China
  • China ; Clay mineral ; Coastal environment ; Ecosystem ; Grain size distribution ; Human impact ; Humid environment ; Mangrove ; Salt marsh ; Sedimentary structure ; Sedimentation
  • This paper discusses in detail the distributions, plant characteristics and environmental conditions of the coastal vegetated wetlands in China. Given a great amount of fine sediment by rivers, China's coastal wetlands are accumulated rapidly
  • [b1] Inst. Estuarine and Coastal Research, East China Normal Univ., Shanghai, Chine
  • Changes of precipitation in China due to the enhanced greenhouse effect
  • China ; Drought ; Global change ; Greenhouse effect ; Model ; Precipitation ; Rainstorm ; Summer ; Temperature ; Winter
  • The AA. discuss changes of precipitation in China due to growing greenhouse gases using GCM model assuming the IPCC Scenario. An increasing greehouse effect will lead to precipitation increases mostly in north of 30°N for winter, and strongly
  • increases along a slant belt from Northeast China to bay of Bangal for summer. The model results are also shown to imply that an increasing greenhouse effect enhances chances of intense storms and drought for winter and summer in China.
  • Distributional features of δ18O in precipitation in China
  • Atmospheric circulation ; China ; Continentality ; Evaporation ; Isotope analysis ; Monsoon ; Oxygen 18 ; Precipitation ; Spatial variation ; Temperature
  • According to calculation on available data, higher δ18O exists in atmospheric precipitation of southeastern and northwestern part of China, and the lower in Northeast China and the southern Qinghai-Tibet Plateau. In China temperature effect appears
  • Ecological landscape effects of windbreak systems in dsert zone of Western China
  • Arid area ; China ; Desert ; Desertification ; Ecosystem ; Forest ; North-Western China ; Oasis ; Soil conservation ; Wind ; Wind erosion
  • of China's desert, and especially of desert zone in western China. Furthermore, direct economic benefits are summarized.
  • Last glacial maximum in China: comparison between land and sea
  • China ; Loess ; Marine quaternary ; Palaeo-environment ; Palynology ; Pollen diagram ; Quaternary ; Sea level ; Vegetation
  • As a result of the sea-level drop at the last glacial maximum, the size and configurations of the Chinas Seas changed greatly. This paper is an attempt to compare the available paleoenvironmental data yielded by deposits of the China mainland
  • and the China Seas at that time interval, (core analyses and outcrop studies), in order to reveal the environmental relationships between them.