Journal of Desert Research 1992 Issue 3 zhong guo sha mo zhi wu zhi he ben ke zhi wu ming cheng de ding zheng
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Journal of Desert Research
1000-694X
1992 Issue 3
teng ge li sha mo gong lu gong cheng fang sha xiao ying
Chen Guangtin
..............page:41-44
gan han ban gan han sha qu ying lin ji shu yan jiu
Wang Yukui
..............page:54-61
wo guo sha mo hua tu di zheng zhi ji ben mo shi de tan tao
shou wei quan ; li lie ; zhou jie ; zhang xiu ying ; zhao yan hua ;
..............page:25-30
teng ge li sha mo dong nan yuan wan di san ji gu feng cheng sha ji qi huan jing
Yan Mancun Dong Guangrong Tao Zhen Tu Zhen Analytical results of stratigraphy;sedimentary structure;grain size;quartz sand microtextures;fauna;pollen spore etcrevealed that there has been a series of eolian processes from sand transportation to accumulation by wind during the Neogence period;which are similar to that of today in the southeastern marginal Tengger Desert. In addition;a great number of calcareous crusts and nodules in eolian sand dunes showed that the climate in the area at that time were dry and hot;with an obvious fluctuations of arid and humid climate;and the bioclimatic zones shifted from the spare wood steppe of Sub-trotropic zone to desert steppe.
..............page:13-18
liu sha di pu tao di guan shi yan chu bao
zhao jin long ;
..............page:62-68
feng ji di mao xing cheng de tuan liu li lun
Li Houqiang Ai Nanshan
..............page:4-12
bai ci zu zhi pei yang de yan jiu
Sun Xuexin He ZHeng lun
..............page:31-35