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    15 April 1936, Volume 3 Issue 2 Previous Issue    Next Issue
    The Salinity and Water Circulation in Gulf of Pechihli
    John Lee
    1936, 3 (2):  225-246.  doi: 10.11821/xb193602001
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    According to the oceanic investigations, we have performed in the expedition from June to October, 1935, we see that the salinity at surface in Gulf of Pechihli is the lowest at the mouth of Yellow River, where the mean value of five months from June to October is below 26.5‰. Northeastward from here till Strait of Tengchow (Strait of Pechihli) the salinity increases from 25.5 to 30.7‰, there-fore the gradient is rather steep (ChartⅠ.), At the mouth of Lwon-ho the salinity is also lower than that of middle part of the gulf, but the influence is naturally not so prominent as that of Yellow River.
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    AN OUTLINE OF THE COMMERCIAL GEOGRAPHY OF CHINA
    Huan-Yong Hu
    1936, 3 (2):  247-266.  doi: 10.11821/xb193602002
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    Basing upon the statistics of the Chinese Maritime Customes, 12 maps are here made by which an outline of China’s commercial features will be illustrated. The titles of the maps are as follows:Fig. 1. Direct foreign trade by ports,Fig. 2. Direct foreign trade by countries,Fig. 3. Domestic interport trade of Chinese rice,Fig. 4. Import of rice,Fig. 5. Imports of wheat,Fig. 6. Import of raw cotton,Fig. 7. Import of cotton goods,Fig. 8. Domestic interport trade of cotton goods,Fig. 9. Export ef wood oil,Fig. 10 Export of raw silk,Fig. 11. Export of tea,Fig. 12. Domestic interport trade of Chinese products.
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    CHINA RAINFALL AND W0RLD WRATHER A PRELIMINARY STATISTICAL STUDY AND ITS APPLICATI0NS TO SEASONAL FORESHADOWING
    Chang Wang Tu
    1936, 3 (2):  267-284.  doi: 10.11821/xb193602003
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    The research was suggested by Sir Gilbert T. Walker and carnied out under his supervision. The object is (1) to find out the relationship between the rainfall of China of the rainy season and world weather; and (2) to find some regression for-mulae for foreshadowing China rainfall of the rainy season. Walker’s shorter method has been used for the calculation of the correlation coefficients and his critoria have been applied for testing the reliability of the coeffieients.
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    Studien 黚er Klima und Witterung des S黡chinesischen K黶tengebietes
    Yen Huai Liu
    1936, 3 (2):  285-347.  doi: 10.11821/xb193602004
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    Einleitung 1. Zur Oroaraphie des chinesischen K黶tenlandes
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    Die Gezeiten des Meeres
    John Lee
    1936, 3 (2):  349-366.  doi: 10.11821/xb193602005
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    In dieser kurzen Abhandlung wird die Entwicklung der Theorien von Ebbe und Flut des Meeres zusammenfassend geschildert. In einigen Stellen nehmen wir auch die Zustande der Gezeiten in den Randmeeren Ostasiens in Betracht zu ziehen.
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