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Introduction

 
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  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
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Water Resources
Brown, L. / Halweil, B. (1998): China's water shortage could shake world food security. In: World Watch, Vol. 11, No. 4, 10-21, July/August.

Burke, Maria (2000): Managing China's water resources. In: Environmental Science & Technology, News, 219-221 (American Chemical Society)

Chameides, W.L. et al. (1999): A case study of the effects of atmospheric aerosols and regional haze on agriculture: an opportunity to enhance crop yields in China through emission controls? In: Proceedings of the National Academy of Sciences. (in press)

Chen, Junshi (1997): The impact of sea level rise on China's coastal areas and its disaster hazard evaluation. In: Oceanographic Literature Review, Vol. 44, No. 12, December.

FAO (1994): AQUASTAT: Survey on water use for agriculture and rural development. Rome, Italy (Food and Agricultural Organization).

Fischer, G. / Heilig, G.K. (1997): Population momentum and the demand on land and water resources. In: Philosophical Transactions of the Royal Society London, Series B, Vol. 352, 689-889.

Gleick, P. (Ed.) (1993): Water in crisis: A guide to the world's freshwater resources. Oxford (Oxford University Press).

Gosselink, J.G. / Maltby, E. (1990): Wetland losses and gains. In: Williams, M. (Ed.): Wetlands: A threatened landscape. Oxford (Oxford University Press), 296-392.

Kaczmarek, Z. (1998): Human impact on Yellow River water management. Interim Report IR-98-016, Laxenburg, Austria (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis).

Kulshreshtha, S.N. (1993): World water resources and regional vulnerability: Impact of future changes. Research Report RR-93-10. Laxenburg, Austria (International Institute for Applied Systems Analysis).

Menenti, M. (1997): Regional water resources management and land surface processes in northwestern China. Workshop Proceedings Wageningen-China, Wageningen, Netherlands (Agricultural Research Department, Research Institute for Agrobiology and Soil Fertility), May 13.

Raloff, J. (1998): Drugged waters. In: Science News, No. 153, 187, March 21.

United Nations. Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) (1997): China: Water resources and their use. Study on assessment of water resources of member countries and demand by user sectors. New York.

World Bank (1993): China - Yellow River basin investment planning study. Report 11146-CHA. Washington, D.C. (East Asia and Pacific Regional Office, China and Mongolia Department, Agricultural Operations Division).

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Revision 2.0 (First revision published in 1999)  - Copyright 2011 by Gerhard K. Heilig. All rights reserved. (First revision: Copyright 1999 by IIASA.)