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China Water Statistical Yearbook 2010

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Language: Chinese
Publication Date: 12/2010
ISBN: 9787508480558
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First, the "Statistical Yearbook of China Water Resources 2010)) system, a collection of national and provincial, autonomous regions and municipalities in 2009 water resources, water environment, investment in water conservancy construction, water conservancy facilities, utilities and other aspects of statistical data, and since the founding of New China Statistics on the nation's major water, is a fully reflect the situation of water development in the People's Republic of annual data. Second, the yearbook contains the following nine chapters, namely: rivers, lakes and water resources, river management, agricultural irrigation, for water, soil and water conservation, water conservancy construction investment, rural water, hydrological station network, employing situation. For ease of use of each chapter are equipped with a brief note outlining the main elements of this chapter, data sources, statistical coverage, statistical methods and historical changes. Endnote with Main Statistical Indicators. Third, the yearbook of the national statistics, if not for special instructions do not include Hong Kong SAR, Macao SAR and Taiwan Province of information. Fourth, the editor of the yearbook on the use of the following methods. (1) of the statistical data from 1949-2009 are recorded annually, but some year history not available as indicators of the information is not included. (2) according to provincial statistics for the year to collect the provincial administrative region, after changes in administrative areas not adjusted statistics. For example: the information in Sichuan Province, Chongqing City in the draw before, included. (3) of the Statistics Division at basin or water-level group. (4) The original appearance of historical data remained unchanged. (5) of the indicator does not separate the information of Xinjiang Production and Construction Corps, the information contained in the "Xinjiang," the data. Five units of measurement used by most legal standards of international uniform units of measurement, a small part of the customary units in use of statistics. Sixth, some of the information the total number of digital bits as a result of the calculation error trade-offs, are not adjusted. VII, where a table with the added information, the notes are listed on the first table below. Eight, symbol use: the table "space" indicates that the lack of information of statistical indicators the smallest unit in this table, data not available or the absence of such information; "#" indicates the major items; "*" or the number marked ( such as ①, etc.) that the notes under the table.
Table of Contents
Editor's Note
1 rivers, lakes and irrigation water resources
Brief description
1-1 China's major river systems in Table 3
Basic 4 1-2 seven major river
1-3 5 annual runoff of major rivers
1-4 8 river basin area
1-5 Inland Water Area 9
Sichuan is called the nation's major lakes 1-6 10
1-7 of 12 lakes
1-8 of the lakes area and the storage capacity of 13
1-9 Sea Area and fishing area 14
1-10 of 15 autonomous regions the situation of natural resources
1-112009 16 annual natural conditions and water resources
1-122009 Region in 2008 and annual precipitation and value comparison
1-13 of 2009 precipitation in the area of ​​the water level and the annual value in 2008 compared 18
1-142009 precipitation in 19 main cities
1-15 of the Basin average rainfall and runoff 20
Water Resources 23, 1-16 years
1-17 years of average water content (by region> 24
1-182009 amount of Water Resources (by region> 25
1-192009 amount of Water Resources (by water partitions) 26
1-20 2009, the river water quality (27 minutes by water district
1-212009 National Key water quality and eutrophication status of lakes 28
31 Main Statistical Indicators
 
2 river management
Brief description
2-1 of 35 key indicators
2-2 years the number of reservoirs have been built, the capacity and the effective irrigation area of ​​36
2-3 2009, the number and capacity of reservoirs have been built (by Region) 37
2-42009 number of years have built reservoirs and storage capacity (in terms of water resources sub-district) 38
2-52009 number of years have built reservoirs and storage capacity (in terms of water resources and regional sub-district) 39
Embankment length of 2-6 years to protect farmland, protect the population and the standard length of 41
2-7 2009, the length of dikes to protect arable land, protection of the population and the standard length (by Region) 42
2-8 2009, the length of dikes to protect arable land, protection of the population and the standard length (by water partitions) 43
2-9 2009, the length of dikes to protect arable land, protection of the population and the standard length (according to water district and region,> 44
2-10 years the number of 46 gates
2-13 2009, the number of gates (at water district and region) 49
2-14 51 years of flood and drought disasters
2-15 of 2009 flood and drought (by Region) 53
2-16 years waterlogging treatment area and an area of ​​54 alkaline
2-17 waterlogging area in 2009 (by Region) 55
2-18 waterlogging area in 2009 (according to water district points) 56
2-19 waterlogging area in 2009 (according to water district and region) 57
59 Main Statistical Indicators
 
3 mixed irrigation agriculture
Brief description
3-1 of 65 key indicators
The number of acres irrigated more than 3-2 years and effective irrigation area of ​​66
3-3 in 2009 and the effective number of acres irrigated over irrigated area (by Region) 67
3-4 2009, the number of irrigated acres and more effective irrigation area (by water partitions) 68
3-5 2009, the number of irrigated acres and more effective irrigation area (by district and region, water resources) 69
3-6 years Electrical and Mechanical Services Department, the number and capacity of drainage and irrigation stations 71
3-72009 of mechanical and electrical station at the number and capacity of drainage and irrigation (by Region) 72
3-82009 of mechanical and electrical station at the number and capacity of drainage and irrigation (by water partitions) 73
3-92009 of mechanical and electrical station at the number and capacity of drainage and irrigation (water district and region by> 74
3-10 years tenure and agricultural irrigation machinery installed capacity of 76
3-11, 2009 in agricultural irrigation machinery ownership and capacity (by region) 77
3-12, 2009 in agricultural irrigation machinery ownership and capacity (by water partitions) 78
3-13, 2009 in agricultural irrigation machinery ownership and capacity (by water district and region) 79
3-14 years electromechanical wells and the number of eyes and eye for electromechanical wells 2009 installed capacity of 3-15 number and capacity (by region) 81
3-16 2009 electromechanical wells and the number and capacity of the eye (by water partitions) 82
 3-17 2009 electromechanical wells and the number and capacity of the eye (by water district and region) 83
Irrigated area over the years 84 3-18
3-19 years per capita area of ​​farmland with effective irrigation and electrical irrigation accounting for the proportion of effective irrigation 86
3-20 irrigated area in 2009 (by Region) 87
3-21 irrigated area in 2009 (according to water district points) 88
3-22 irrigated area in 2009 (according to water district and region) 89
3-23 years reduction of farmland with effective irrigation area of ​​90 reasons
3-242009 decrease in farmland with effective irrigation area of ​​reason (by Region) 92
3-25 in 2009 to reduce agricultural solid reasons for the effective irrigated area (by water partitions) 94
3-26, 2009 the reasons for farmland with effective irrigation area decreased (by water district and region) 95
3-27 years electrical and mechanical irrigation .97
3-282009 of mechanical and electrical irrigated area (by Region) 98
3-292009 of mechanical and electrical irrigated area (by water partitions) 99
3-302009 of mechanical and electrical irrigated area (by water district and region) 100
Water-saving irrigation area of ​​102 3-31 years
3-322009 of water efficient irrigation area (by Region) 103
3-332009 of water efficient irrigation area (by water partitions> 104
3-342009 of water efficient irrigation area (district and region by water) 105
107 Main Statistical Indicators
 
4 for water
Brief description
4-1 years for the water 111
4-2 for water consumption in 2009 (by region> 112
4-3 in 2009 for the amount of water (by water partitions) 113
4-4 years of drinking water situation in the rural population and livestock 114
4-52009 drinking water safety in Rural Population (by Region) 115
4-62009 drinking water safety in Rural Population (by water partitions) 116
4-72009 drinking water safety in Rural Population (district and region by water) 117
4-8 supply of water storage projects in 2009 (by region> 119
4-9 supply of water storage projects in 2009 (according to water district points) 120
4-10 Supply from storage projects in 2009 (according to water district and region) 121
4-11 diversion project water supply in 2009 (by region> 123
4-12 diversion project water supply in 2009 (according to water district points) 124
4-132009 water diversion project on water supply (according to water district and region) 125
4-14 of 2009 water pumping station water supply (by Region) 127
4-15 of 2009 water pumping station water supply (by water partition points) 1286
4-16 of 2009 water supply intake pumping station (District and region by water) 129
4-17 2009 electromechanical wells and water supply projects (by region) 131
4-18 2009 electromechanical wells and water supply projects (by water partitions) 132
4-19 2009 electromechanical wells and water supply projects (by water district and Region) 133
135 Main Statistical Indicators
 
5 Soil and Water Conservation
Brief description
Area of ​​soil erosion over the years 141 5-1
5-2 Park management area of ​​soil erosion in 2009 (by Region) 142
5-3 area of ​​soil erosion in 2009 (according to water district points) 143
5-4 area of ​​soil erosion in 2009 (according to water district and region) 144
5-5 years 146 Soil and Water Conservation Development Projects
5-62009 Soil and Water Conservation Project was developed (by Region) 147
148 Main Statistical Indicators
 
 
6 of water conservancy investment
Brief description
6-1 Main Indicators 153
6-2 years construction and commissioning of water conservancy construction project number 154
6-32009 OF WATER RESOURCES number of building construction and commissioning of the project (by Region) 155
6-4 years scale water conservancy construction and progress of information technology 156
6-52009 OF WATER RESOURCES scale and progress of construction investment (by Region) 157
6-6 years 158 Investment in water conservancy construction
Investment in water conservancy construction in place 6-7 years 159
6-82009 OF WATER RESOURCES construction put in place to complete the amount of investment and investment (by Region) 160
6-9 years investment in the Central Water Resources Development Plan 161
6-102009 construction plan of the central water investment (by Region) 162
6-112009 investment in the Central Water Resources Development Plan (by watershed) 163
6-122009 investment in the central water construction projects (by project type points) 164
6-13 years sub-central government funding to complete the amount of investment in water conservancy 165
6-142009 Year funding construction of the Central Government Investment in Water (by Region) 166
6-15 years divided sources of funding local government investment in water conservancy construction in the amount of 167 completed
6-162009 Year Local Government funding to complete the amount of water conservancy construction investment (by Region) 168
6-17 years divided the central and local investment in water conservancy construction project amount of 169 completed
6-182009 Year of central and local investment in water conservancy construction project to complete the amount (by Region) 170
6-19 years sub-sources 171 Investment in water conservancy construction
6-202009 Year funding sources to complete the amount of water conservancy construction technology (by Region) (a) 172
6-212009 on sources of funding to complete the amount of water conservancy construction investment (by Region) (b) 173
6-22 years divided use information technology to complete the amount of water conservancy construction of 174
6-232009 Year Investment in water conservancy construction purposes (by Region) 175
6-24 years of the Water Resources Division 176 Investment in water conservancy construction
6-25, 2009 the water district to complete the amount of water conservancy construction investment (by region> 177
6-26 years divided affiliation 178 Investment in water conservancy construction
6-272009 affiliation Year Investment in water conservancy construction (by region> 179
6-28 years the nature of sub-construction of 180 Investment in water conservancy construction
6-292009 Year of Construction Investment in water conservancy construction (by region) 181
6-30 years divided the construction phase 182 Investment in water conservancy construction
6-312009 Year Investment in water conservancy construction phase amount (by Region) 182
6-32 sub-scale water conservancy construction investment over the years the amount of 184 completed
6-332009 Year Investment in water conservancy construction of scale (by Region) 185
6-34 years constitute a sub-186 Investment in water conservancy construction
6-352009 Year Investment in water conservancy construction constituted (by region> 187
6-36 years the amount of water conservancy projects were completed, 188
6-372009 OF WATER RESOURCES volume of construction works were completed (by Region) 189
6-38 years the amount of water conservancy projects totaled 190
6-392009 OF WATER RESOURCES Construction of accumulated quantities (by Region) 191
6-40 years of water conservancy construction and housing construction area of ​​192 Value of Buildings Completed
6-412009 BUILDINGS OF WATER RESOURCES area and the Value of Buildings Completed (by region> 193
6-42 194-scale construction of water conservancy projects over the years
6-432009 OF WATER RESOURCES-scale building construction (by Region) 196
6-44 years of water conservancy construction of 198 new benefits
6-452009 OF WATER RESOURCES Construction of new benefits (by Region) 200
202 Main Statistical Indicators
 
7 Rural Hydropower
Brief description
7-1 209 rural hydropower installed capacity of power generation equipment
7-2 years 210 rural hydropower generation
7-3 years in rural hydropower installed capacity and annual power output 211
7-42009 and annual installed capacity of the Rural Hydropower generation capacity (by Region) 212
7-5 years at the end of transmission power distribution equipment 213
7-62009 variable transmission and distribution equipment end of the year (by region> 214
7-7 years new traders lose power distribution equipment 215
7-82009 annual added variable transmission and distribution equipment (by region 216
7-9 years with the county rural water power situation ..
7-102009, there were the counties of rural water power situation (by Region)
7-11 completion of each period the number of rural electrification (by Region)
7-12 years of rural hydropower electrification targets
221 Main Statistical Indicators
 
8 hydrological station network
Brief description
8-1 years hydrological station network, number of employees and funding 225
8-2 Hydrological Network in 2009 (by region> 227
235 Main Statistical Indicators
 
9 employees in the situation
Brief description
9-12009 239 employees in the units directly under Ministry of Water Resources
9-22009 242 employees in the District Water Department
9-32009 units directly under Ministry of Water Resources 244 skilled workers, the structure
9-42009 The Local Structure of Water Department 247 skilled workers
250 Main Statistical Indicators
China Water Statistical Yearbook 2010
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