Ancient China!

Ancient China!

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  • This area is called the Tibet-Ginghai Plateau is also called the Tibetan Plateau and is sometimes called the "Roof of the World". It is a rocky and rough land surrounded by big moutains. Two of China's major rivers called the Huanag He and the Chang Jiang. Even though the Plateau has this river the Plateau is pretty dry.
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  • The desert I am in is called the Talimakan Desert. It covers 105,000 square miles.  There are rumors that 2 armies and 300 cities are buried 600 feet below the dunes. The desert has very strong sandstorms and is very dry. The desert has very little vegetation near river and oasis's.
  • Be careful, it is considered one of the most dangerous deserts in the world. It's name means "Once you go in, you will not come out."
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  • The Gobi desert covers  500,000 square miles. It's one of the world's largest deserts. The desert has very few dunes and most of the desert is stone pebbles. There is not much vegetation and where there is vegetation it is very spaced out.
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  • The Northeastern Plain has a lot of prarie grass which in ancient time provided food for horses, sheep, and other animals. There are two main rivers here called the Liao and the Sungari river. The Liao is a small river that can only be traveled in small boats or to swim. The Sungari is much bigger and bigger boats can travel on it. The climate there varies from short warm summers to very cold and dry winters. 
  • Liao River
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  • The North China Plain is a flat grassland. Temperatures in this area range from very hot summers to very cold winters. THis region is sometimes called the " Land of the Yellow Earth". It was built along the shore of the yellow sea. It is one of the most densely populated parts of the world. Widespread flooding happened there 2 out of every three years.
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  • The Chang jiang Basin is low wet coastal plane. It is located along the Chang Jiang river. The Chang Jiang Basin has hundreds of tributaries in it. The Chang Jiang River  is longer than the Huang He River in China which is why it is named because Chang Jiang means "Long River". The Chang Jiang River starts in the western mountains an d flows through three plains and ends in a delta. The river makes the land very fertile. The river floods less than the Huang He making it less dangerous. The climate in this area is warm and wet. The Basin is very good forgoing rice and the Basin used to have may have a thick rainforest there.
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