Freshwater management and climate change adaptation: Experiences from the Central Yangtze in China
The Yangtze is the largest river basin in China and home to over 400 million people. In recent history, and especially during 1950s-1970s, extensive lakes and floodplains were reclaimed as polders for agriculture and rural development. Consequently, the f
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