Poyang Lake


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Poyang Lake

(ˈpɔːˈjæŋ) or

P'o-yang

n
(Placename) a lake in E China, in N Jiangxi province, connected by canal with the Yangtze River: the second largest lake in China. Area (at its greatest): 2780 sq km (1073 sq miles)
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Tenders are invited for Development of a dynamic groundwater model for the near-surface aquifers of the poyang river basin and implementation of a graphic environmental information system for the catchment area of poyang lake in the chinese jiangxi province
The Yangtze finless porpoise (Neophocaena asiaeorientalis asiaeorientalis) is a critically endangered sub-species of the narrow-ridged finless porpoise (Neophocaena asiaeorientalis) that exclusively occurs at Yangtze River and adjacent Poyang Lake and Dongting Lake (Gao and Zhou, 1995; Jefferson and Wang, 2008).
Comparison of MODIS and landsat TM5 images for mapping tempo-spatial dynamics of Secchi disk depths in Poyang Lake National Nature Reserve, China.
The mussel is widely found in large and medium-sized lakes and rivers in China including Poyang Lake, Dongting Lake, and Taihu Lake (Luo et al.
Tanfield last raced in China in September with Achieve Skinnergate Cycles in the two-week Tour of Poyang Lake.
The finless porpoises - part of an estimated population of just 1,000 - were captured in Poyang Lake in eastern China before being safely moved 400 km to the He-wangmiao/Ji-cheng-yuan oxbow, where they will start a new population.
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Risk factors of infectious diseases for backyard poultry farms in the Poyang Lake area, China.
Poyang County, which is seated by Poyang Lake, China's largest freshwater lake, on Saturday announced a start to its emergency response system to prevent the lake from flooding as the downpour continues.
The program, the second in three decades, will bring scientists together from 30 institutes around the country to conduct research on the ecological, environmental and hydrological systems of Poyang Lake in east China's Jiangxi Province, said Hu Zhenpeng, director of the program.
The drought has sharply reduced water levels in Poyang Lake, the country's largest freshwater lake, and rivers in Jiangxi, threatening water supplies to more than one million people residing near the lake and rivers, Xinhua quoted an official with the province's flood control and drought relief headquarters as saying.