Nujiang


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Nu·jiang

 (no͞o′jyäng′)
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850 m, 2-V-1957, Zang Lingchao [IOZ(E)1045398-1045399]; 1 male, Nujiang River, Yunnan Province, China.
In Diqing, Nujiang, and Lijiang Prefectures, where no human or dog rabies cases have been reported, the population densities were 16.
The climate characteristics and changing trends overthe Nujiang River Basin in Tibet from 1971 to 2008.
La mayoria de los habitantes estan en la pobreza y pertenecen a minorias etnicas; en la prefectura de Nujiang se encuentran 22 de las 25 minorias que existen en Yunnan.
A man, his wife and their child use a zipA[degrees]line to cross the Nujiang River in Lazimi village of Nujiang Lisu Autonomous Prefecture, China.
Grumbine deftly balances a personal travelogue of his visit to the Nujiang (Angry River) in Yunnan Province with an informative analysis of China's struggle between biodiversity protection and economic development.
Kibler noted that nearly one hundred small dams currently exist within Nujiang Prefecture alone.
The Nujiang is one of China's two remaining free-flowing rivers.
In Nujiang, a district of Yunnan near the border with Tibet, muleteers walk along a section of the Tea Horse Road cut into limestone cliffs above the Nujiang River.
Chinese dragons are certainly auspicious; it is less clear what the wild Nujiang [Angry River] means to the Chinese people.