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www.reference.com/history/climate-ancient-china-ed63c3b8e86757ba

The climate in the southern portions of ancient China was similar to the tropics, with heavy precipitation that sometimes accompanied typhoons. Modern China generally experiences the same climate as the country did a long time ago since China's landscape has basically remained the same.

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The Weather of Ancient China Unexpected sandstorms, little rain, snow storms, these are all things to be expected throughout the land of China. In some places, snow can come in August, in others, there might not be rain for months.

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History for Kids >> Ancient China The geography of Ancient China shaped the way the civilization and culture developed. The large land was isolated from much of the rest of the world by dry deserts to the north and west, the Pacific Ocean to the east, and impassable mountains to the south.

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China is a vast country with many different weather systems. The climates in China range from tropical to high altitude, polar conditions. A tropical climate is found on Hainan Island. Usually there is a large amount of rainfall during the summer months. Average temperatures are 21°C in the winter to 38°C in the summer.

china.org.cn/english/2003/Feb/55500.htm

Climate's Role in Ancient Chinese Civilization A suddenly cold climate about 5,500 years ago coincided with the advent of ancient Chinese civilization, implying some relationship between the two ...

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This site covers the history of ancient civilizations for students in primary or secondary schools. Ancient history of the early four ancient civilizations: Ancient Mesopotamia, Ancient Egypt, Ancient China, and Ancient India in basic and simple language.

www.scientificamerican.com/article/records-from-ancient-china-reveal-link...

Records from Ancient China Reveal Link Between Epidemics and Climate Change. A new study suggests that long periods of cold, dry weather helped drive epidemics in ancient and pre-modern China

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China originally had an estimated number of 50,000 rivers. However, due to statistical discrepancies, water and soil loss, and climate change, there are currently only an estimated 22,000 rivers remaining. The rivers in China have a total length of 420,000 kilometers. 1,500 have a catchment area exceeding 1,000 square kilometers.

www.chinatravel.com/facts/china-climate.htm

China's Climate. China's climate is divided into six categories as follows: tropical, subtropical, warm-temperate, temperate, cold-temperate, and Qinghai-Tibet Plateau temperate zone.Most of the country lies in the northern temperate zone, which is characterized by warm climate and well-defined seasons, being suitable for habitation.

www.thoughtco.com/chinas-autonomous-regions-1434425

China is the world's fourth largest country based on area with a total of 3,705,407 square miles (9,596,961 sq km) of land. Because of its large area, China has several different subdivisions of its land. For example, the country is divided into 23 provinces, five autonomous regions, and four municipalities.In China, an autonomous region is an area that has its own local government and is ...