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Introduction

 
Bibliography
  Population, Fertility     Water Resources
  Diet Change     (Agricultural) Policy / Legislation / Economic Development
  Urbanization     Science & Technology
  Environment & Energy     China's Food Security: General
  Land, Size of Cropland Area     All References (for print out)     Main Data Sources
 
Main Data Sources

Chen, Yufeng / Fischer, GŁnther (1998): A new digital georeferenced database of grassland in China. IIASA Interim Report (IR-98-062), Laxenburg, Austria (Digital map developed by IIASA LUC-Project in collaboration with Yufeng Chen, State Key Laboratory of Resource and Environment Information System (LREIS), Institute of Geography, Chinese Academy of Sciences.)

China Statistical Yearbook, 1994, State Statistical Bureau, People's Republic of China, Beijing.

China Statistical Yearbook, 1996, State Statistical Bureau, People's Republic of China, Beijing.

China Statistical Yearbook, 1997, State Statistical Bureau, People's Republic of China, Beijing.

China Statistical Yearbook, 1998. State Statistical Bureau, People's Republic of China, Beijing.

Commission for Integrated Survey of National Resources (CISNR) (1995): Atlas of Grassland Resources of China (1:1 million). Beijing, Chinese Academy of Science. China Map Press

Commission for Integrated Survey of National Resources (CISNR) (1995): Atlas of Grassland Resources of China (1:4 million). Beijing, Chinese Academy of Science. China Map Press

FAO (1999): FAOSTAT. Electronic Database (data downloaded from FAO Web Site: February 16, 1999)

FAO (1999): FAOSTAT Online: Food Balance Sheets. (data downloaded from FAO Web Site: February 1, 1999)

IIASA LUC-GIS (1999): ArcInfo Database of the IIASA Land-use Change Project, Laxenburg.

Institute of Remote Sensing Applications (1994): Digital land-cover map of China. Chinese Academy of Sciences, Beijing.

Institute of Soil Science, Academia Sinica (1986): The Soil Atlas of China, Cartographic Publishing House, Beijing.

Leemans, R. / Cramer, W. (1991): The IIASA database for mean monthly values of temperature, precipitation and cloudiness on a global terrestrial grid. Electronic data base. See: IIASA Report, RR-91-18, Laxenburg, 63pp.

Ministry of Public Security (PRC) (Ed.) (1993): Population Data by County and City, 1992. Beijing, People's Republic of China (in Chinese)

Ministry of Water Resources and Electric Power (1997): Use of Water Resources in China. Beijing (cited from: UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP): Study on Assessment of Water Resources of Member Countries and Demand by User Sectors: China - Water Resources and Their Use. New York, 1997.

Nanjing Institute of Hydrology and Water Resources (1996): Report on the mid- and long-term plans for water demand and supply in China. Nanjing (cited from: UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP): Study on Assessment of Water Resources of Member Countries and Demand by User Sectors: China - Water Resources and Their Use. New York, 1997)

OECD (1997): Agricultural policies in China. China in the global economy. Organization for Economic Co-operation and Development. Paris, France.

State Land Administration of the People's Republic of China / United Nations Development Program / State Science and Technology Commission of the People's Republic of China / Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations: Land Resources - Use and Productivity Assessment in China. Project CPR/87/029, Beijing, 1994. (Main Report)

State Land Administration (1996): Statistical Information on the Land of China in 1995. Beijing, (And equivalent reports for 1988 to 1994).

State Statistical Bureau (1990): Tabulation on the 1990 Population Census of the People's Republic of China. Edited by the Population Census Office under the State Council and Department of Population Statistics. China.

State Statistical Bureau (1992): 1990 Population Census of China. Beijing

State Statistical Bureau (1995): 1 Percent Population Survey. Beijing

United Nations(1995): World Population Prospects. The 1994 Revision. New York (electronic data sets), UN Population Division.

United Nations (1997): World Population Prospects. The 1996 Revision. New York (electronic data sets), UN Population Division.

United Nations (1999): World Population Prospects. The 1998 Revision. New York (electronic data files), UN Population Division.

UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP): Study on Assessment of Water Resources of Member Countries and Demand by User Sectors: China - Water Resources and Their Use. New York, 1997

United Nations Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) (1997): Study on Assessment of Water Resources of Member Countries and Demand by User Sectors: China - Water Resources and Their Use. New York, p. 9

U.S. Geological Survey, EROS Data Center (1999): GTOPO30 Digital Elevation Model (Data downloaded from EROS web site)

US Bureau of the Census (1995): International Data Base. Summary Data, October 6, 1995. (International Programs Center), Washington. (Later projections downloaded from Web).

Van Lynden, G.W.J. / Oldeman, L.R. (1997): The assessment of the status of human-induced soil degradation in South and South-east Asia. United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP), Food and Agricultural Organization of the United Nations (FAO), International Soil Reference and Information Centre (ISRIC), Wageningen, The Netherlands (digital map and data sets). The ChinaFood maps were produced with the IIASA LUC-GIS from ASSOD database and vector files.

World Bank (1998): World Development Indicators. Washington. Data downloaded from: www.worldbank.org/nipr/wdi98/index.htm (August 1998)

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