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Three gorges dam HW help and plz dont put links thank you?

Question by : Three gorges dam HW help and plz dont put links thank you?
Historical Implications
1.
Why was the building of the dam first proposed in 1919 and by whom?
2.
Why have archaeologists and historians criticized the building of the Three Gorges Dam?
Governmental Implications
3.
What has been the unfortunate response of local government officials assigned to help families affected by the construction of the Three Gorges Dam?
4.
How has government corruption impacted safety?
Energy Implications
5.
Why did China believe the building of the Three Gorges Dam was an absolute necessity in terms of energy production?
6.
Compare the energy production of the Three Gorges Dam to the Hoover Dam. Although China believed the Dam would provide the nation with 10% of its power needs, what is the current amount of power it actually is supplying?
Environmental Implications
7.
What are some of the environmental implications sited by Chinese officials that have occurred as a result of the Dam project?
8.
What has been the “most worrying consequence” that has occurred as a result of the Dam?
Social Implications
9.
What is the impact on local communities near the construction zone? What about farmland?
10.
Although, over a million people have been displaced by the Dam already, what is the future forecast for local citizens? Is the social turmoil over yet?
Economic Implications
11.
What was an important economic goal associated with the building of the Three Gorges Dam?
12.
How does the Three Gorges Dam improve Yangtze River trade?

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Answer by Sven the Swede
All of the answers are YES!

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12 Questions on Three Gorges Dam?

Question by : 12 Questions on Three Gorges Dam?
Historical Implications
1.
Why was the building of the dam first proposed in 1919 and by whom?
2.
Why have archaeologists and historians criticized the building of the Three Gorges Dam?
Governmental Implications
3.
What has been the unfortunate response of local government officials assigned to help families affected by the construction of the Three Gorges Dam?
4.
How has government corruption impacted safety?
Energy Implications
5.
Why did China believe the building of the Three Gorges Dam was an absolute necessity in terms of energy production?
6.
Compare the energy production of the Three Gorges Dam to the Hoover Dam. Although China believed the Dam would provide the nation with 10% of its power needs, what is the current amount of power it actually is supplying?
Environmental Implications
7.
What are some of the environmental implications sited by Chinese officials that have occurred as a result of the Dam project?
8.
What has been the “most worrying consequence” that has occurred as a result of the Dam?
Social Implications
9.
What is the impact on local communities near the construction zone? What about farmland?
10.
Although, over a million people have been displaced by the Dam already, what is the future forecast for local citizens? Is the social turmoil over yet?
Economic Implications
11.
What was an important economic goal associated with the building of the Three Gorges Dam?
12.
How does the Three Gorges Dam improve Yangtze River trade?

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Answer by misterblah
Wikipedia has everything you need to know about the dam.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Three_gorges_dam

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Help! Three social studies questions! first correct answer gets 10 points!!?

Question by : Help! Three social studies questions! first correct answer gets 10 points!!?
7.
What is the name of the sea east of China and west of the Korean peninsula? (1 point)

* Yellow Sea
* Sea of Japan
* South China Sea
* East China Sea

8.
What is another name for the Yangtze River? (1 point)

* Huang He
* Wei He
* Chang Jiang
* Yellow River

9.
Qin Shihuangdi was buried with over 6,000 soldiers and horses made of ________. (1 point)

* jewels
* terra cotta
* gold
* bronze

Thanks!! 🙂

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Answer by G
7. East China Sea

8. Chang Jiang

9. Terra Cotta

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Three Gorges Dam lock question?

Question by doornobk: Three Gorges Dam lock question?
The Yangtze river had commercial traffic on it before the dam was constructed. I would presume during constriction that traffic was able to go around the dam site using the bypass channels that the river flowed through so no big deal there, more or less business as usual. The dam when completed would have locks and lifts to get boats up the 500+ feet to then take advantage of the deeper water and be able to reach further up river with larger loads. Sounds good on paper. My question is did they just shut down traffic for the 2 years it took to fill up? Or did they have some temporary locks in operation that were then constantly modified till they reached their final height? If that is what they did it would seem like there should be some info on it somewhere since it like the rest of the project would have been pretty new technology.
Got any links with information about the temporary locks? Ideally photos and technical info related to how they did it? Also is that a common practice when building dams?

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Answer by texaslivewire360
Yes they did have temporary portable locks in place during the new construction.

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Three Ohio-class US subs in Asian waters?

Question by r1b1c*: Three Ohio-class US subs in Asian waters?
http://news.yahoo.com/s/time/08599200237800

Our Ohio-class subs are popping up all around China, how would we react if their subs were popping up all around us in say the Gulf of Mexico, off of California and maybe within (cruise missile type) range of New York?

Do you support this United Statesian stance on the far east?
Would you stand for the Chinese doing the same in/or near United Statesian territory?

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Answer by ⌡Machine Head⌠
At no point were they in the recognized territorial waters of China, any ship of any navy can be in any part of open international waters at any time of peace.

There is little doubt that Chinese subs have been in international waters off the coast of the U.S., just as during the Cold War Soviet electronic surveillance trawlers were a constant presence in the international waters off the U.S.

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Q&A: disadvantages on the three gorges dam project?

Question by yoran: disadvantages on the three gorges dam project?
i’ve heard some stuff about displacing 1.5 million people from the yangtze river but where can i find details??

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Answer by dieyouevilfrustratingprogram
I saw an article on wikipedia (projects under construction?), otherwise try news web sites like cnn.com, etc.

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How will the Three Gorges Dam make money?

Question by .: How will the Three Gorges Dam make money?
I heard about the Three Gorges Dam in China being built on the Yangtze river, and people are saying that it will cost up to 100 billion dollard- but that it will pay for itself in the long run. How will this dam make that much money?

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Answer by Teddy Broosevelt
Hydroelectricity, I’m guessing. That’s what made the Hoover Dam such a great feat of engineering, for sure.

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Q&A: What was life on the Yangtze River like before the Three Gorges Dam was built?

Question by Hawk_Nelson_Rox: What was life on the Yangtze River like before the Three Gorges Dam was built?
I had already tried googling it and I couldn’t come up with anything. Only how life after it was built. Thanks. And try to give your source or give me a website that I can go and visit myself.

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Answer by James™
Before the dam was built, there many floods that drowned a nearby city with population of several million. In 1954, a flood killed 30,000 people and left one million homeless. But the dam prevents this sort of thing from reoccurring.

A long time before the Three Gorges Dam, the Yangtze River was used for transportation, a lot more than it does now. The large cargo ships would have raised the water level and caused even more floods. The dam has reduced the amount of transportation up/down the river helping considerably to reduce the flooding of the riverside towns and cities.

Hope this helps 🙂

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Why is the Yangtze River important to the three gorges dam?

Question by Amieness: Why is the Yangtze River important to the three gorges dam?
I’m doing a case study on the three gorges dam for my GCSE, and missed out on a a week’s worth of notes, and completely missed why it was important to the dam, so am therefore stuck in answering my question. Help, please?

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Answer by Miss Understood
The People’s Republic of China decided to dam the Yangtze in 1994 with a steel and concrete wall that would take 15 years and over $ 30 billion to build. When completed, the dam will contain twice the amount of concrete of the Itaipu Dam in Brazil, currently the world’s largest. It will create a five trillion gallon reservoir hundreds of feet deep and about 400 miles long, able to absorb an earthquake measuring 7.0 on the Richter Scale. It will allow 10,000-ton freighters to easily navigate into the nation’s interior and increase agricultural and manufacturing opportunities. As the world’s largest hydroelectric power plant, the dam’s turbines are expected to create the equivalent electricity of 18 nuclear power plants.

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