AMUR-HEILONG RIVER BASIN

 

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Comparison table on Eastern Mongolia and Xinganmeng Prefecture China
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Table Population, economy, and land-use in neighboring aimags of Mongolia and Xinganmeng Prefecture of Inner Mongolia Autonomous region, China in 2000 (adopted from Karakin & Sheingauz 2004)

Parameter

IMAR
Xing'anmeng prefecture

Aimags
of Eastern
Mongolia

Area (km2 )

60,000

287,500

Population count

162,000

210,000

Population per km2

27.0

0.7

GDP mln USD

767.5

28.9

GDP/person USD

476.6

300.0

Percent arable

11.1

0.8

Livestock (mln).

4.2

3.35

Livestock/100 ha

70

11.9

Original source: Strategic development outline for economic cooperation between the PRC and Mongolia (project area: Xing'anmeng Prefecture in the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region of the PRC and the provinces of Dornod, Hentiy, Suhbaatar of Mongolia). ADB, Manila, Philippines, 2002.

 

Map collection: Environmental impacts of economic development

 

Maps:

GLOBIO human impact assesment

Human footprint and ecoregions of Amur

Human footprint and protected areas coverage

Threats to biodiversity in Southern Russian Far East

Industrial Development in Songhua River Basin (ADB 2005)

 

GIS: Human footprint

 

Web-site: Programs “Development of Russian Far East and Transbaikalia” “Development of East Siberia and the Far East” and their environmental implications: link to projects http://regionalistica.ru/project and atlas http://neweconomy.ru/en/index.htm

 

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Economic development:

Sustainable future of Amur-Heilong

Russia – status of economy

Northeast China - status of economy

Mongolia – status of economy

Russia-China cooperation

Mongolian Foreign Trade and Cooperation

Mongolian trade diagrams-2003

Comparison table on southern RFE and Heilongjiang Province, China

Policy for Revitalizing Old industrial Bases in NE China

 

Cumulative impacts -how much is affected?

Human Impacts and Threats to Biodiversity

Threats to major ecosystems in the Russian Far East Ecoregion-table

 

"Strategic considerations on environmental issues of Revitalizing Old industrial Bases in NE China"

"Strategy Recommendations"

Our questions on "Strategy Recommendations"

Gloomy forecast of the future environmental impacts

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