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  • A mountain next to Lake Tai, on the border of Zhejiang and Jiangsu Province.<br />
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  • A scientific monitoring station on Lake Tai, between Zhejiang and Jiangsu Province.<br />
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  • A scientific monitoring station on Lake Tai, between Zhejiang and Jiangsu Province.<br />
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  • Green vegetation on Lake Tai, on the border of Zhejiang and Jiangsu Province.<br />
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  • A scientific monitoring station on Lake Tai, between Zhejiang and Jiangsu Province.<br />
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  • Eutrophication in one of the ponds at the Xixi wetlands which lie in the west of the city of Hangzhou. Eutrophication occurs when excess nitrates, normally from water pollution, enter the water causing the proliferation of algal blooms. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • A man and a cat in a park near West Lake in Hangzhou, one of the most visited tourists sites in China. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • West Lake in Hangzhou, one of the most visited tourists sites in China. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • A mother and child in the Xixi wetlands which lie in the west of the city of Hangzhou. This is China's 'first national wetland park,' dubbed as such to act as a role model to all other wetlands in China and to supposedly show how to effectively manage and restore wetlands, notably urban wetlands. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • A man paddles a boat through the Xixi wetlands which lie in the west of the city of Hangzhou. This is China's 'first national wetland park,' dubbed as such to act as a role model to all other wetlands in China and to supposedly show how to effectively manage and restore wetlands, notably urban wetlands. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • The Xixi wetlands which lie in the west of the city of Hangzhou. This is China's 'first national wetland park,' dubbed as such to act as a role model to all other wetlands in China and to supposedly show how to effectively manage and restore wetlands, notably urban wetlands. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • A man walks through the Xixi wetlands which lie in the west of the city of Hangzhou. This is China's 'first national wetland park,' dubbed as such to act as a role model to all other wetlands in China and to supposedly show how to effectively manage and restore wetlands, notably urban wetlands. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • A dead fish lies in one of the ponds at the Xixi wetlands which lie in the west of the city of Hangzhou. This is China's 'first national wetland park,' dubbed as such to act as a role model to all other wetlands in China and to supposedly show how to effectively manage and restore wetlands, notably urban wetlands. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • The Xixi wetlands which lie in the west of the city of Hangzhou. This is China's 'first national wetland park,' dubbed as such to act as a role model to all other wetlands in China and to supposedly show how to effectively manage and restore wetlands, notably urban wetlands. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • Xixi wetlands which lie in the west of the city of Hangzhou. This is China's 'first national wetland park,' dubbed as such to act as a role model to all other wetlands in China and to supposedly show how to effectively manage and restore wetlands, notably urban wetlands. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • Eutrophication in one of the ponds at the Xixi wetlands which lie in the west of the city of Hangzhou. Eutrophication occurs when excess nitrates, normally from water pollution, enter the water causing the proliferation of algal blooms. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • West Lake in Hangzhou, one of the most visited tourists sites in China. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • Sunset over West Lake in Hangzhou, one of the most visited tourists sites in China. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • Tourists in a coffee shop suspended above West Lake in Hangzhou, one of the most visited tourists sites in China. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • Sunset over West Lake in Hangzhou, one of the most visited tourists sites in China. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • A light shines on the banks of West Lake in Hangzhou, one of the most visited tourists sites in China. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • The banks of West Lake in Hangzhou at night, one of the most visited tourists sites in China. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
  • A man paddles a boat used for collecting rubbish in the Xixi wetlands which lie in the west of the city of Hangzhou. This is China's 'first national wetland park,' dubbed as such to act as a role model to all other wetlands in China and to supposedly show how to effectively manage and restore wetlands, notably urban wetlands. Zhejiang Province. China. 2010
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