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《Agricultural Archaeology》 2018-03
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Spatial and Temporal Distribution of Waterlogging Disasters in Ningxia Region of Qing Dynasty

Wang Gong;  
Ningxia region was featured by frequent natural disasters during the Qing Dynasty. During the 268 years of the Qing Dynasty, the time for flooding and waterlogging disasters amounted to 151 years in Ningxia, indicating a waterlogging disaster every 1.77 years. In terms of temporal distribution, there existed relatively large differences for each period, and the waterlogging disasters in the early Qing period occurred less than those in the middle and late Qing period. The seasonal distribution was characterized by frequent occurrence in summer and autumn. In terms of spatial distribution, there were different degrees of waterlogging disasters in Ningxia region in the Qing Dynasty. In the Yellow River irrigated area, Ningxia, Zhongwei and Pingluo were stricken most frequently by waterlogging disasters.
【Fund】: 教育部人文社会科学重点研究基地重大项目“六百年来西北地区人类活动与资源环境关系研究”(项目编号:14JJD770014);; 中央高校基本科研业务费专项资金资助(项目编号:2017CBZ007)
【CateGory Index】: K249
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