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Title:Did The Zipingpu Dam cause the Sichuan earthquake? / edited by Roland Soong (7 Feb. 2009)
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Description:1 pdf, 81 css, 4789 html, 413 gif, 135 jpeg, 85 png, 147 js, 4 text, 3 other files (112 MB)
Series:Tibetan water to save China
Bib. note:Including related links in Chinese
Contents:A Human Trigger for the great quake of Sichuan?. -- Chinese earthquake may have been man-made, say scientists. -- Early warning. -- Possible link between dam and China quake. -- Scientist says dam may have triggered China quake. -- Why a dam may have been the cause of China's deadly earthquake last year. -- Is the Zipingpu Dam related to the May 12th Wenchuan earthquake?. -- Was the Zipingpu Dam the manmade cause of the Sichuan earthquake?. -- "God's damnation" or China's dam - scientific debate on reservoir-quake link
Earthquakes - China - Ssu-ch'uan sheng
Seismology - Research - China

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Title:The Sichuan earthquake : salt in their wounds / The Economist (14 May 2009)
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Corp. body:The Economist
Earthquake - China - Wenchuan Xian (Sichuan Sheng)
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