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2000-2010 China Province Population Census Data with GIS Maps (2000-2010)

Date: 2000-2010
Creator: All China Marketing Research Co., Ltd.
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Projection: Equal-Area Conic with two standard parallels
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Access: web and DVD[437]
Description:
Notes from product: II. Notes on China 2000 and 2010 Population Census Data In order to guide you to use the data correctly, provide you some explanations as follows: (l) Census time: 0:00AM of November 1, 2000 and 2010 as the reference time for the census. (2) The 2000 and 2010 population census covered all persons who hold the nationality of, and have permanent residing place in the People's Republic of China. During the census, each person was enumerated in his/her permanent residing place. The following persons should be enumerated in their permanent residing place: a) Those who reside in the townships, towns and street communities and have their permanent household registration there. b) Those who have resided in the townships, towns and street communities for more than 6 months but the places of their permanent household registration are elsewhere. c) Those who have resided in the townships, towns and street communities for less than 6 months but have been away from the place of their permanent household registration for more than 6 months. d) Those who live in the townships, towns and street communities during the population census while the places of their household registration have not yet settled. e) Those who used to live in the townships, towns and street communities but are working or studying abroad during the census and have no Permanent household registration for the time being. (3) Two types of questionnaires (long form and short form) were used for the 2000 and 2010 population census. The short form contains items that reflect the basic situation of the population, while the long form include all short form items plus other items such as migration, education, economic activities, marriage and family, fertility , housing , etc. . According to the National Bureau of Statistics of China, the households for the Long Form survey were selected by a random sampling program. The data included in this product are from 100% Short Form survey.(4) Results in this publication are based on the processing of data directly from enumeration without any adjustment. It is therefore worthwhile to notice the following: a. Data in the publication do not include population not enumerated in the Census. b. Data in the publication do not include the servicemen of the People's Liberation Army. c. The post-enumeration sample survey indicates an undercount of 1.81% in 2000 Census and 0.12% in 2010 Census. III. Notes on the China Province GIS Maps for the 2000 and 2010 Population Census Data (1) The China Province GIS map were developed for the 2000 and 2010 population Census data, which covered all 31 municipalities, provinces and autonomous regions of China, except for Taiwan, Hong Kong and Macao. (2) The population data came from the 5th and 6th China Population Census surveyed in 2000 and 2010. The GIS data is based on the national digital map (1:1 million) developed by the National Geographic Information Center of China (NGCC), including rives, roads, residential area and administrative boundaries.(3) The China province GIS maps are developed for matching 2000 and 2010 China population Census data, which should only be used as references for research or education instead of used as official maps. The distributor is not responsible for the accuracy of the those maps if the maps are used for business or other purposes.
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Beijing GIS Maps with Census Data (2008)

Date: 2008
Creator: All China Marketing Research Co., Ltd.
Datum: varies
Projection: varies
Scale:
Access: web and DVD[464]
Description:
DVD of geospatial datasets containing 2000 census data for Beijing at the province, county, and township levels; as well as select variables at county level for 1953, 1964, 1982 and 1990. Each .zip archive contains accompanying metadata, including a list of variables and projection parameters.
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China 2000-2010 City Population Census Data with GIS Maps (2013)

Date: 2013
Creator: All China Marketing Research Co., Ltd.
Datum: varies
Projection: varies
Scale:
Access: web and DVD[465]
Description:
DVD of geospatial and tabular datasets containing harmonized 2000-2010 census data at the city (prefecture) level, as well as administrative boundaries, hydrography, railways, and roads. Consult metadata for list of variables and projection parameters.
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China 2010 Township Population Census Data with GIS Maps (2013)

Date: 2013
Creator: All China Marketing Research Co., Ltd.
Datum: varies
Projection: varies
Scale:
Access: web and DVD[466]
Description:
DVD of geospatial datasets containing 2010 census data at the township level, as well as administrative boundaries, hydrography, railways, and roads. Consult metadata for list of variables and projection parameters.
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China: After Three Years of War (1940?)

Date: 1940?
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Scale: Scale not given
Access: Raster
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Reprinted from PM Monday, July 8, 1940 Includes a text China: After Three Years of War. Shows areas under Chinese, Japanese, or guerilla control. Legend shows control of forces; railroads; highways; navigable rivers.
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Chine, Carte Economique [China, Economy] (1954)

Date: 1954
Creator: G. Lafosse
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Access: web
Description:
out of copyright
shaded topographic map showing agricultural production; minerals; industry in China
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