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  • The development of geological structures in China
  • On the geological structural characteristics of Lingshan folding block zone.
  • A geologic and mineral resource assessment of Indonesia
  • Deep-water gypsum deposits as indicated by the Neogene geological history of the central coastal plain of Israel
  • Environment and ecology of early man in the North West India : geological and palaeontological evidence.
  • A general geological survey in Qiangtang plateau, North Xizang (Tibet).
  • Comparison of Landsat MSS and SIR-A data for geological applications in Pakistan
  • New geologic aspects based on comparative analysis of advanced satellite-and field data in the NE Gulf of Aqaba area
  • Lithological mapping and structural analysis of Proterozoic rocks in part of the Southern Arabian Shield using Landsat images in Special issue : Advances in geological remote sensing.
  • The Geological evolution of Southern Iran. The Report of the Iranian Makran Expedition
  • Characteristics of some organic components of peat in China and their geological significance
  • Geological and petrographical investigations for the Mountain hazards mapping project, Khumbu Himal, Nepal
  • This paper presents the results of geophysical, geological and geochemical studies of the eastern Indonesian region and their preliminary interpretations as regards tectonic development in an arc-continent collision zone.
  • The AA. present the revised ideas on the geological evolution of the Philippines, together with summaries of the stratigraphy on which they are based.
  • Radiocarbon dates from the East China Sea and their geological implications
  • Geological and petrographic base studies for the mountain hazards mapping project in the Kathmandu-Kakani area, Nepal
  • Geological and ecological studies of Qinghai-Xizang plateau. Volume II. Environment and ecology of Qinghai-Xizang plateau.
  • The landform of Tokyo was formed in relation with the Quaternary history. The crustal movements, volcanic activities and sea level change explain the geological and geographical settings of Japanese plains. The environment of Tokyo has been changed
  • The rockfalls and landslides of this area are placed in their geological context. The progressive stages of the 1987 landslide are described over the 12-day period when this event occurred. Measures to stabilize the potential zone of future
  • territory, and the programme can be regarded as an example of a survey applicable to environmental planning and management as well as to the standard geological, pedological and hydrological surveys. (AIS).