Si Kiang

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Si Kiang

(ˈʃiː ˈkjæŋ; kaɪˈæŋ)
n
(Placename) See Xi
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Xi Jiang

(ˈʃi ˈdʒyɑŋ)

Si Kiang


n.
a river in S China, flowing E from Yunnan province to the South China Sea near Guangzhou. 1250 mi. (2012 km) long.
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Located upstream on the Xijiang River, Shaoqing is something of an ecological oasis in the Greater Bay Area.
Although a couple of studies had already reported the occurrence of high levels of As in granular aquifers of Xijiang river basin and Guangzhou area (both of them within the PRD) [7,8], the distribution of As in karst aquifers and other areas within the PRD is little known.