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《PROGRESS IN GEOGRAPHY》 1999-01
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THE CHARACTERISTICS AND THE WARNINGS OF THEFLOOD IN THE CHANGJIANG RIVER IN 1998

Wu Kai (Institute of Geography, Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing 100101)  
The flood in the Changjiang River in 1998 was another catastrophic and whole basin one since 1954, the characteristics of which were: unusual climate, high water level, long continued time, the encounter of floods in the upper and the middle or the lower reaches, big economic loss affected by the flood. The warnings of the flood for us are: continued floods in the past, unremitting flood preventing, imperative razing the protective embankments in the flood lands and draining flood, effective flood diversion and flood storage regions, unrealizable returning farmland to lake in a large scale, marvellous water diversion in the upper reaches in the Changjiang River, transferring soil reservoir for taking radical measures.
【Fund】: 中国21世纪议程管理中心资助
【CateGory Index】: X321,P331.1
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