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Drought threatens areas of Hainan Province
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 A farmer checks her paddy field in Changpo Town of Qionghai City, south China's Hainan Province, June 26, 2010. The average rainfall of Hainan Province was 372.25 millimeters since this January, 31 percent down the average volume in the same period of past years. The Wanquanhe River suffered a low water flow in the first half year, 29.6 percent down the average in the same period of past years and 61 percent down the same period of last year. Artificial rainfall has been implemented to relieve the drought in some areas of the province. (Xinhua/Meng Zhongde)

 

 Photo taken on June 23, 2010 shows fish fries grounded on the riverbed of Wanquanhe River, south China's Hainan Province. The average rainfall of Hainan Province was 372.25 millimeters since this January, 31 percent down the average volume in the same period of past years. The Wanquanhe River suffered a low water flow in the first half year, 29.6 percent down the average in the same period of past years and 61 percent down the same period of last year. Artificial rainfall has been implemented to relieve the drought in some areas of the province. (Xinhua/Meng Zhongde)


 

 Photo taken on July 2, 2010 shows the riverbed in lower reaches of Jiaji Bridge on Wanquanhe River in Qionghai, south China's Hainan Province. The average rainfall of Hainan Province was 372.25 millimeters since this January, 31 percent down the average volume in the same period of past years. The Wanquanhe River suffered a low water flow in the first half year, 29.6 percent down the average in the same period of past years and 61 percent down the same period of last year. Artificial rainfall has been implemented to relieve the drought in some areas of the province. (Xinhua/Meng Zhongde)

 

 
 Photo taken on June 26, 2010 shows withered seedlings in Qionghai City, south China's Hainan Province. The average rainfall of Hainan Province was 372.25 millimeters since this January, 31 percent down the average volume in the same period of past years. The Wanquanhe River suffered a low water flow in the first half year, 29.6 percent down the average in the same period of past years and 61 percent down the same period of last year. Artificial rainfall has been implemented to relieve the drought in some areas of the province. (Xinhua/Meng Zhongde)

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