China's Loess Plateau
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Duration 00:12:07
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Published 2009-12-08T02:47:10.000Z
Create date 2009-12-08T02:47:10.000Z
Copyright The Open University 2009
Description Loess is a thin soil. When it is dry it is whisked up into great sand storms, which blight Beijing and other cities. As part of the restoration project farmers were paid to keep their cattle off the hillsides. The results are astounding, the farmers now grow high value cash crops and the air is cleaner.
Comment Loess is a thin soil. When it is dry it is whisked up into great sand storms, which blight Beijing and other cities. As part of the restoration project farmers were paid to keep their cattle off the hillsides. The results are astounding, the farmers now grow high value cash crops and the air is cleaner.
Description Loess is a thin soil. When it is dry it is whisked up into great sand storms, which blight Beijing and other cities. As part of the restoration project farmers were paid to keep their cattle off the hillsides. The results are astounding, the farmers now grow high value cash crops and the air is cleaner.
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Language English
Title China's Loess Plateau
Label China's Loess Plateau
Title China's Loess Plateau
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