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    15 January 1939, Volume 6 Issue 1 Previous Issue    Next Issue
    SOME RECENT TRENDS IN THE DEVELOPMENT OF GEOMORPHOLOGY
    M.N.JEN
    1939, 6 (1):  1-11.  doi: 10.11821/xb193901001
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    The field of geomorphology is one common to all students of earth spiences.Every geographer and geologist, in going to the field, are confronted.
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    PHYSIOGRAPHICAL STUDY OF SOUTHWESTERN CANTON
    S.S.Wu
    1939, 6 (1):  12-16.  doi: 10.11821/xb193901002
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    East from Yangkiang, the region stretching westward to border of the FrenchIndo-China, including Luichow Penninsular and Hainan Island is the objective ofphysiognipnical studies of this paper.
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    THE WATERWAYS IN SZECHWAN
    L.C.CHENG
    1939, 6 (1):  16-26.  doi: 10.11821/xb193901003
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    Of the total area of the Yangtze Basin (1,280,000 square km.), 400,000 sq. km.or one third lies in Szechwan.The river also receives within the province four of itseleven main tributaries: the Min, the Tou, the Kialing and the Ch'ien.
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    THE SOUTHERNMOST YUNNAN
    T.I.YEN
    1939, 6 (1):  27-40.  doi: 10.11821/xb193901004
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    Yunnan is generally divided into three parts: the eastern, the western and thesouthern. This paper deals with the southernmost part of Yunnan, including sevendistricts lying on the frontier region immediately north of British Burma and FrenchIndo-China.
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    VILLAGE DISTRIBUTION OBSERVED IN THE SIKIANG EXPEDITION 1939
    P.H.CHU
    1939, 6 (1):  40-43.  doi: 10.11821/xb193901005
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    In this wild mountaineous area of Sikang natural Vegetation is the essentialfactor controlling the human habitation.
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