Yangtze River

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Noun1.Yangtze River - the longest river of AsiaYangtze River - the longest river of Asia; flows eastward from Tibet into the East China Sea near Shanghai
Cathay, China, Communist China, mainland China, People's Republic of China, PRC, Red China - a communist nation that covers a vast territory in eastern Asia; the most populous country in the world
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Study of macrophytes nitrgen and phosphorus contents of the shallow lakes in the middle reaches of Changjiang River. Acta Hydrobiologica Sinica.
In the field of shipping, SINOTRANS&CSC is one of the top three shipping companies in China, the largest key inland shipping corporation group and the only shipping company with integrated logistic services in offshore, port, Changjiang River and canal.
Shanghai, located at the heart of the Changjiang River Delta region, is one of four municipalities directly controlled by the central government.
The study is performed within the Changjiang River Scientific Research Institute of Changjiang Water Resources Commission Open Research Program (program no.
Wang JN, Li XY, Yan WJ, Wang F, Ma P (2014) Watershed nitrogen export model related to changing nitrogen balance and hydrology in the Changjiang River basin.
(12) The projects involved: (i) search and rescue; (ii) exchange of ideas and research on managing the environment of the Tonkin Gulf and its islands and; (iii) research the Holocenne sediment in the Red River and Changjiang River Deltas.
The Copper-iron Belt of the Lower and Middle Reaches of the Changjiang River. Geological Publishing House, Beijing, 379pp.
Based on evolutionary origin, geographic distribution, phenotypes, coat color, and production performance, Chinese indigenous pig breeds have been classified into six types, including: i) North China Type; ii) Lower Changjiang River Basin Type; iii) Central China Type; iv) South China Type; v) Southwest Type; and vi) Plateau Type (Cheng, 1986; Yang et al., 2003).
Yang et al., "Geochemical behavior assessment and apportionment of heavy metal contaminants in the bottom sediments of lower reach of Changjiang River," Catena, vol.
Zhu, " Improvement of the ECOM with application to the Changjiang River Estuary, Hangzhou Bay and adjacent waters," Oceanologia et Limnologia Sinica, vol.
It was formed by the sediments from the ancient Yellow River Delta and Changjiang River Delta, which were washed by wave collisions and tides in the Yellow Sea and the East China Sea.