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  • A man walks along a staircase near the banks of the Yangtze River, China.<br />
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  • A woman bathes in the Ganges River at sunset in Kolkata.<br />
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  • People bathe in the Ganges River in central Kolkata.<br />
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  • Boats pass along the Yangtze River and under the Wuhan Yangtze River Bridge in Wuhan, central China.<br />
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  • A young girl stands on the banks of The Yangtze River in the city of Chongqing, China.<br />
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  • A man selling food next to The Yangtze River in the city of Chongqing, China.<br />
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  • Sand-ships on Dongting Lake, Hunan Province. Dongting Lake has decreased in size in recent decades as a result of land reclamation and damming of the Yangtze. China. 2010
  • A sand ship passes down the Yangtze River in Nanjing.<br />
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  • A passenger walks down the corridor of a ship passing through the three Gorges.<br />
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  • Chains on a ship in the three Gorges Dam, in central China.<br />
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  • CHINA. Hubei Province. A ship passing down the Yangtze River near the 3 Gorges.  The flooding of the three Gorges, by damming the Yangtze near the town of YiChang, has remained a controversial subject due to the negative environmental consequences and the displacement of millions of people in the flood plain. The Yangtze River however is reported to be at its lowest level in 150 years as a result of a country-wide drought. It is China's longest river and the third longest in the world. Originating in Tibet, the river flows for 3,964 miles (6,380km) through central China into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  2008.
  • CHINA. Chongqing Province.  A passenger walks down the corridor of a ship passing through the 3 Gorges. The flooding of the three Gorges, by damming the Yangtze near the town of YiChang, has remained a controversial subject due to the negative environmental consequences and the displacement of millions of people in the flood plain. The Yangtze River however is reported to be at its lowest level in 150 years as a result of a country-wide drought. It is China's longest river and the third longest in the world. Originating in Tibet, the river flows for 3,964 miles (6,380km) through central China into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  2008.
  • CHINA. Hubei Province. Chains on a ship in the 3 Gorges.  The flooding of the three Gorges, by damming the Yangtze near the town of YiChang, has remained a controversial subject due to the negative environmental consequences and the displacement of millions of people in the flood plain. The Yangtze River however is reported to be at its lowest level in 150 years as a result of a country-wide drought. It is China's longest river and the third longest in the world. Originating in Tibet, the river flows for 3,964 miles (6,380km) through central China into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  2008.
  • CHINA. Hubei Province. Wuhan. Shipping along the Yangtze River. Wuhan (population 4.3 million) is a sprawling city that sits on both sides of the Yangtze River. Its trade has been inextricably linked with the Yangtze river for centuries. The Yangtze River is reported to be at its lowest level in 150 years as a result of a country-wide drought. It is China's longest river and the third longest in the world. Originating in Tibet, the river flows for 3,964 miles (6,380km) through central China into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  2008.
  • CHINA. Hubei Province. Wuhan. Shipping along the Yangtze River. Wuhan (population 4.3 million) is a sprawling city that sits on both sides of the Yangtze River. Its trade has been inextricably linked with the Yangtze river for centuries. The Yangtze River is reported to be at its lowest level in 150 years as a result of a country-wide drought. It is China's longest river and the third longest in the world. Originating in Tibet, the river flows for 3,964 miles (6,380km) through central China into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  2008.
  • CHINA. Hubei Province. Wuhan. Shipping along the Yangtze River. Wuhan (population 4.3 million) is a sprawling city that sits on both sides of the Yangtze River. Its trade has been inextricably linked with the Yangtze river for centuries. The Yangtze River is reported to be at its lowest level in 150 years as a result of a country-wide drought. It is China’s longest river and the third longest in the world. Originating in Tibet, the river flows for 3,964 miles (6,380km) through central China into the East China Sea at Shanghai.  2008
  • A sand-ship on Dongting Lake, Hunan Province. Dongting Lake has decreased in size in recent decades as a result of land reclamation and damming of the Yangtze. China. 2010
  • A sand-ship on Dongting Lake, Hunan Province. Dongting Lake has decreased in size in recent decades as a result of land reclamation and damming of the Yangtze. China. 2010
  • A sand-ship on Dongting Lake, Hunan Province. Dongting Lake has decreased in size in recent decades as a result of land reclamation and damming of the Yangtze. China. 2010
  • A young girl and a sand-ship at Dongting Lake, Hunan Province. Dongting Lake has decreased in size in recent decades as a result of land reclamation and damming of the Yangtze. China. 2010
  • A sand-ship on Dongting Lake, Hunan Province. Dongting Lake has decreased in size in recent decades as a result of land reclamation and damming of the Yangtze. China. 2010
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