Cultivation Development and Expansion in China's Colonial Realm in Central Asia

@article{Wiens1966CultivationDA,
  title={Cultivation Development and Expansion in China's Colonial Realm in Central Asia},
  author={Herold J. Wiens},
  journal={The Journal of Asian Studies},
  year={1966},
  volume={26},
  pages={67 - 88}
}
  • Herold J. Wiens
  • Published 1 November 1966
  • Environmental Science
  • The Journal of Asian Studies
Views of desert regions of the world as areas with little productive use for the support of mankind have always been tempered by the optimism expressed in the phrase “to make the desert bloom like the rose.” We also know that the concept of the “Garden of Eden” was evolved in a desert environment. Thus, it is well realized that in a temperate or warm arid region, the flow of water from springs or from exotic rivers or the availability of fresh ground water derived from distant rainfall or snow… 
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