Ganjiang

Ganjiang

 

(Kan Chiang), a river in southeast China, part of the Yangtze River system. Length, about 760 km; basin area, approximately 82,000 sq km. It originates in springs in the Nan Ling and Wui mountains and flows mainly along a plain between mountains until it enters Poyang Lake. Its basic tributaries are the Yuan, Jinjiang, and Lushui, all of which enter from its left. It is full of water throughout the year, with its maximum flow in the summer during the monsoon rains. The Ganjiang is important for floating logs. It flows past the cities of Kanchou (the upper limit for navigation) and Nanchang.

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Located in the north of Jiangxi Province, the lake comprises an average water area of 3900 km2 and is formed by the Ganjiang, Fuhe, Xiuhe, Xinjiang and Raohe rivers (Shao et al.
It passes south from Shuanggang to Qiushui Square before it crosses the Ganjiang River to head east to Yaohu Lake West via Olympic Stadium.
With his imperial ribbons dangling, A Ganjiang sword at his waist, His back to the axe-screen, Seated on a bamboo mat with embroidered edging, And jade armrests on his left and right, He faces south and listens.
Ganjiang River, which flows into Poyang Lake and is the biggest river in Jiangxi, has seen water levels in its middle and lower reaches drop to a record low.
Incoming water is pumped from a barge on the Ganjiang River.
Las lluvias son ya del cuadruple de lo habitual y los rios han registrado fuertes crecidas, provocando el desbordamiento del rio Ganjiang, afluente del Yangtse, afectando a 130 mil personas y ha anegado 20 mil hectareas de cultivos.
Located in north-central Jiangxi province, Nanchang, the provincial capital, is downstream of Ganjiang and Fuhe, adjoining Poyang Lake.
It is fed by the Ganjiang, Fuhe, Xiuhe, Raohe, and Xinjiangrivers (Xia et al.