China's development progress and potential based on the number of publically accessible cities and amount of nonrenewable resources

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China's development progress and potential based on the number of publically accessible cities and amount of nonrenewable resources

Like my other maps, I did not make editions directly on the map because it is difficult to make adjustments on the already created images that have already been so beautifully created and I can explain the symbols and all just as well on here. So here it goes...the legends:

The solid dot represents the publically accessible cities

the striped box represents publically accessible regions

the dark box represents the storage of coal

the tall dark box placed vertically represent the storage of fossil fuel

the dotted line means the railroad

and you can guess it...the sideward y shaped symbol means the river streams.

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