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The Yangtze River

The Yangtze or Chang Jiang is the longest river in Asia and the third longest liver in the world. It is found in China. This river is about 6,211 km long and it flows from its source in Qinghai Province in the western part of China, east wards into the East China Sea. It flows through the eight provinces and it finally deposit its water into the sea at Shanghai.

The people of China have been taking this mother river for granted and current studies shows that if serious actions are not taken the river will due within the five coming years due to increase in agricultural, industrial and shipping pollutants.

This river is under a lot of threat and even the species living inside it has dropped.

The importance of this river is found in the construction of hydroelectric resources. Its water is also used for irrigation of water and rice.

The image is taken on the North West direction and two dimensions is used.

40˚ 37' 06. 34˚ N 107˚ 19' 01. 57˚ E

A closer observation of the water found in the Yangtze River using two dimension.

40˚ 37' 07. 08˚ N 107˚ 19' 02. 54˚ E

Yangtze River is observed from the south west direction using three dimensions.

40˚ 37' 10. 58˚ N 107˚ 19' 07. 14˚ E

This image was taken using three dimensions on the North West direction.

40˚ 37' 36. 33˚ N 107˚ 18' 03. 63˚ E