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Land Resources of the People's Republic of China


Table of contents (94 p.)


Edited by Kenneth Ruddle and Wu Chuanjun

RESOURCE SYSTEMS THEORY AND METHODOLOGY SERIES, No. 5

THE UNITED NATIONS UNIVERSITY

The United Nations University, 1983
NRTS-1 6/UNUP-349
ISBN 92-808-0349-2

This report was prepared within the framework of the United Nations University's Programme on the Use and Management of Natural Resources The views expressed are those of the authors and not necessarily those of the United Nations University.

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Contents


Preface

I. Land-use evaluation and classification

1. Major land-type categories of China
2. Land classification and mapping in China
3. Classification scheme for the 1:1,000,000 map of China's land resources
4. Supplement to the preliminary standard classification system for land evaluation in China
5. Land use on the Lake Taihu Plain
6. Salt-marsh resources of China

II: The wetlands of Heilongjiang province, north-east China

7. Regional development, environmental change, and improved resource management in the Sanjiang Plain
8. Swamp transformation in the Sanjiang plain by the well-drainage and well-irrigation method
9. The origin and transformation of wetland on the south-eastern slopes of the greater Khingan range (Da Xingan Ling)

Conference technical participants

Other UNU publications of interest


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