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
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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.
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.
Resources and conservation valuation of fishes of Jiuduansha wetland in Changjiang River Estuary.
General characteristics of benthic faunas on the Amazon inner continental shelf with comparison to shelli of the Changjiang River, East China Sea.
They found, not surprisingly, that the Yellow River and Changjiang River regions had spillover effects although they were more extensive for the former; the South Western region had no significant spillovers effects on the rest of the country, consistently with other research results.
The cooperation involved a joint project to build a flood protection system for the Changjiang river valley and Novo's part of the project was to supply an IT system for flood modelling, Novo said in a statement.
This is the first tectonic-alteration gold deposit found in the middle and lower Changjiang River region.
Red tides are probably related to nutrient flows into the study area from the Changjiang River basin, and to agricultural and industrial pollutants entering the study area from the west.
By September 1937, the main theatre of the war became the delta of the Changjiang River (formerly known as the Yangtse).