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China's Rivers The Huang He and The Chiang Jiang

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Daniel Ratajczak

on 9 January 2011

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The Huang He and the Chang Jiang By: Daniel Ratajczak, Adam Heck, And Trevor Hahn The Huang He is the world's sixth largest river at 3, 395 miles. Its source is the Kunlun mountains in western China. Its mouth is the Gulf of Bohai. The river has changed course in a major way at least five times that we know of, the last one taking place in 1897. The Yangtze River is shown on the bottom of the map, and it is another major river in China The river is also called the Yellow River, named for the color of the silts that are carried downstream in its flow. The earliest civilization in China settled along the banks of the Huang He. Ever since, the river has been a source of life and death in bringing new soil and causing deadly floods. The river has flooded so often that it is frequently called the River of Sorrow. www.socialstudiesforkids. com/articles/geography/huangheriver.htm l www.prezi.com These two rivers are very important to the Chinese people because they use it for such a large variety of things. Chinas rivers the river
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