Notes from product: II. Notes on China 2000 and 2010 Population Census Data In order to guide you to use the data correctly, provide you some explanations as follows: (l) Census time: 0:00AM of November 1, 2000 and 2010 as the reference time for the census.
Shows: political boundaries, navigable rivers; railway; planned railway lines.
These extensive road network and rail files were deposited into the University of Toronto Map and Data Library collection by Professor Matthew Turner, formerly of the Economics Department, University of Toronto. The data were created for and reported in the following publication:
From the early 2000s when the China Expressway Atlas (CEA) began to distinguish National Main Routes from Provincial Expressways, and thereafter when 'Superior' Highways began appearing, they being better than ordinary highways, but perhaps not completely limited access or not fully divided four
Other layers not described also include:Danger points; Sand; Mudflat; Provinces; Prefectures; Counties; 2, 3, and 4 digit postal codes; extraction areas and points, Great Wall of China, dams; islands
DVD of geospatial datasets containing 2010 census data at the township level, as well as administrative boundaries, hydrography, railways, and roads. Consult metadata for list of variables and projection parameters.
DVD of geospatial and tabular datasets containing harmonized 2000-2010 census data at the city (prefecture) level, as well as administrative boundaries, hydrography, railways, and roads. Consult metadata for list of variables and projection parameters.
DVD of geospatial datasets containing 2000 census data for Beijing at the province, county, and township levels; as well as select variables at county level for 1953, 1964, 1982 and 1990.
The CD-ROM enables the display of thousands of different images and the ability to preform various image manipulations. There are over 70 satellite digital datasets for areas in North America, Ireland, China, Sudan, Peru, Western Europe & UK.