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0 Notes 1 Hong Kong, Macau, and Taiwan are not included. 2 S (sheng) ¼ province; ZZQ (zizhiqu) ¼ autonomous region; ZXS (zhixiashi) ¼ municipality directly under the central government. establishing new provincial administrations (including provinces or other provincial-level units) in the border areas of some adjacent, large provinces seems to serve two positive functions. The ﬁrst concerns the increase of the efﬁciency of spatial administration over the marginal, adjacent areas by transferring the multitude of administrative systems into a unitary administrative structure; and the second relates to the realization of increased economies of scale for provincial administration by separating the marginal areas out of the oversized provinces.
From time to time deeper wells have to be installed. Recent surveys indicate that the cones of depression in the deep aquifers have joined together to form a huge inter-provincial cone of depression in the North China Plain. There is growing competition for water between communities, sectors of the economy, and individual provinces. There are already a dozen seawater desalination plants in China. China has also invested in a seawater desalination project to carry desalinated seawater to the Beijing municipality.
In addition, China’s large and still expanding population also suggests a concomitant increase of methane (CH4). Most of China’s proven coal reserves are bituminous, with only a small proportion being lignite and anthracite. Therefore, coal is mainly responsible not only for the high carbon dioxide (CO2) emissions, but also for the high emissions of sulfur (SO2), nitrogen oxide (NOx), and total suspended particulate (TSP). In addition, as the northern (especially urban) areas usually use coal for heating in the winter, it is unsurprising that the level of air pollution there is much more serious than that in the southern part.