Hongze

Hongze

or

Hungtse

(both: ho͞ong`dzŭ), lake, 65 mi (105 km) long, E China, on the border of Anhui and Jiangsu provs. It receives the Huai River and is connected with the Grand Canal. The Sanhe dam, with the largest hydraulic works along the Huai River, is at the outlet of the lake.
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Zhiyuan Zhu, (1) Kequan Xia, (1) Zhiwei Xu, (1) and Hongze Zhang (2)
Wang, "Evolutionary tendency of water resources in the basin above Hongze Lake under the condition of climate change," Water Resources Protection, vol.
(2016) Sustainable farming practices of the Chinese mitten crab (Eriocheir sinensis) around Hongze Lake, lower Yangtze River Basin, China Ambio 45: 361.
Chaoyuan Cui, (1) Hongze Wang, (2) Yun Wu, (3) Sen Gao, (4) and Shu Yan (1)
The projects announced recently by the Company are Qingcaohe water supply BOT project, Hongze phase II expansion project and acquisition of Xingping Hualu.
Wetland soil from Hongze Lake was incubated under different temperature, moisture, and exogenous organic matter input.
Animals were all healthy half-siblings fed under the same conditions from the seed stock farms of Hongze Xinxiang Swine Breeding Company (Jiangsu, China).
Factors influencing the persistence of organochlorine pesticides in surface soil from the region around the Hongze Lake, China.
Among the topics are the mechanical analysis of a cement stabilized macadam base course under heavy load, a numerical study on the effect of a fire shutter and smoke curtain on smoke ventilation in a fire disaster at a subway station, a primary vertical temperature distribution model of a concrete dam during construction based on distributed optical fiber measuring temperature, combining constructed wetlands and oxidation ponds for treating wastewater in riparian wetlands of Hongze lake, and a comprehensive benefit evaluation system of different water-saving rice cultivation patterns in the seasonal-drought hilly region of southern China.
(24) He Hongze and Ding Gang, "Tang Jiaxuan Meet with Peres," People 's Daily (Renmin Ribao), September 17, 2002, p.