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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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