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  • The patterns of summer dryness and wetness in eastern China
  • The objective of this study is to evaluate quantitatively the spatial distribution, the year-to-year variation, and the regionalization of summer dryness and wetness in eastern China. Application of a cluster analytical technique to evaluate
  • Climatic problems of Quaternary glaciation in the Eastern China mountains.
  • A discussion of an earlier paper by Fu about evidence for glaciation in east China during the Riss based largely on vegetation species. Argument is also drawn from contradictions of snowfall figures and high summer mean temperatures which disturbs
  • The climatic dividing line between SW and SE monsoons and their differences in climatology and ecology in Yunnan province of China in Climates, geoecology and agriculture in South China.
  • Cold waves and their impacts on agriculture in tropical China in Climates, geoecology and agriculture in South China.
  • Some characteristics of precipitation climate in tropical China in Climates, geoecology and agriculture in South China.
  • A simple model of an irrigation system for oasis fields in Land use in China.
  • New data on the Pleistocene glacial cover of the southern border of Tibet : the glaciation of the Kangchendzonga Massif (8585 m E Himalaya) in Land use in China.
  • Karst types in China in South East Asia.
  • Morphotectonic research in China and its application to earthquake prediction
  • Agnathans from the Devonian of China
  • The application of meteorological satellite imagery to weather analysis and forecasting in China
  • Laboratory experiments on crust development and rainsplash erosion of loess soils, China
  • Loess soil samples from Lishi, China, were tested in the laboratory. The objective was to examine the details of the time-dependent process of crust development. Data on splash erosion, crust strength and inference from micromorphological
  • Some special geomorphic processes of the monsoon area in East China
  • To know how intensely and extensively the monsoon climate in East China affects the geomorphic processes, it is necessary to trace it back to the evolution history of the East Asia monsoon (non-monsoon stage, paleo-monsoon stage, East Asia monsoon
  • Thirty years of progress in the studies on basic features of glaciers in China
  • showing the numerical classification of 22 glaciers is presented. A diagram of glacial zonality specific for further studies on basic features of glaciers in China is also suggested.
  • Cold waves and winter monsoon in East Asia : with special reference to south China
  • Definition of cold waves from the statistical and synoptic climatological standpoints| cold airmass movement stream lines and wind component for the main three types of cold waves in south China| cold waves by the Geostationary Meteorological
  • The regional and seasonal distribution of the duration of precipitation hours in China.
  • The superiority of the precipitation hour over the precipitation day as a basis for analysing distribution patterns is argued with the support of a study of the mean precipitation hours of 352 stations over China in the period 1957-1959. Spatial
  • Paleoclimatic events recorded in clay minerals in loess of China in Lithology and stratigraphy of loess and paleosols.
  • 86 loess and paleosol samples were analyzed (Luochuan and Longxi). Loess and paleosols of different age show similarity in clay minerals with illite dominating and some chlorite, kaolinite, etc. An attempt to correlate climatic events in China
  • The submerged beachrock on the northern shelf of South China Sea.
  • Preliminary results of petrological analysis. The geomorphologic position, sedimentary and diagenesis features of the sandstone are important for the demonstration of the existence of a 50 m paleocoastline off the northern shelf of the South China
  • Bounds on the Holocene slip rate of the Haiyuan fault, north-central China
  • The AA. measured the offsets of six stream valleys, of 30 to 90 m, along the northwest - southeast trending, left lateral Haiyuan strike - slip fault, in north-central China. Minimum ages of these offsets were determined to estimate lower bounds
  • Sequence of sediments at Locality 1 in Zhoukoudian and correlation with loess stratigraphy in northern China and with the chronology of deep-sea cores
  • , permitted correlation with events both within China and farther afield, and placed the sequence in the global framework of late Cenozoic climatic change. The cave deposits can be divided into 17 layers which are correlated with the great loess sequences (L9
  • -L4) in China and with deep-sea-core oxygen-isotope stages 16-6. The 14th layer upward (730,000-230,000 yr B.P.) represents at least four glacial cycles.