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Shanghu[n 1] is a former city of China.

A burst fascine there shifted the course of the Yellow River north towards modern Tianjin in 1048.[1] The damage occasioned by the 1034 flood had not yet been repaired, and the new flood was even worse, reducing the income of the rich northern provinces to one-fifth their pre-1034 level.[1]

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  1. ^ Chinese: s 商胡, p Shānghú.


  1. ^ a b Elvin, Mark & Liu Cuirong (eds.) Studies in Environment and History: Sediments of Time: Environment and Society in Chinese History, p. 555. Cambridge Uni. Press, 1998. ISBN 0-521-56381-X. Accessed 15 Oct. 2011.