Wudaogou, Anhui Province, China, 1953-

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Location and Scale[edit]

 The Wudaogou Hydrology and Water Resources Experimental Station is a large-scale hydrology and water resources comprehensive experimental station in the plain area (117°21′ east longitude, 33°09′ north latitude), located in the original seed field of Xinmaqiao, Guzhen County, Bengbu City, Anhui Province. The city is 25km away, adjacent to the Beijing-Shanghai Railway and the Bengxu Highway, covering an area of 30,000 square meters.

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May 1953

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History[edit]

  Wudaogou Experimental Station, formerly known as Qinggou Runoff Experimental Station, was established in May 1953.
  In 1963, the Wudaogou Central Experimental Station was added in the original basin, and the experimental facilities and personnel of Qinggou Station were successively concentrated in Wudaogou. Carry out more in-depth observation and experimental research on sand ginger black soil hydrology and water resources in Huaibei Plain. After that, the drainage experimental stations of Cuizhuang in Xiaoxian County and Suntulou in Guoyang were successively established, expanding the experimental area to the yellowish sandy loam area.
 The Wudaogou Experimental Station was originally affiliated to the Huaihuai Management Committee of the Ministry of Water Resources, and later belonged to the Anhui Provincial Hydrological Station. After more than 60 years of development, the experimental station has advanced experimental equipment and strong scientific research strength.

Hydrological Knowledge Gained[edit]

The yearbook of observation and experiment data of Huaibei Slope water area in Anhui Province for more than 60 years has been systematically published.

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