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10 Facts About Sichuan Basin
The central portions of the Sichuan Basin are generally rolling, covered by low hills, eroded remnants of the uplifted Sichuan Basin floor.
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The entirety of the Sichuan Basin is drained by the Yangtze River and its tributaries.
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The Sichuan Basin was integrated into Imperial China under Qin dynasty for whom it was an important agricultural resource.
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Sichuan Basin became a major focus of industrial development during Mao's Great Leap Forward.
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Transportation to the west from Sichuan Basin has proven to be an even greater challenge, with steep mountains and deep valleys hindering movement.
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