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    15 January 1940, Volume 7 Issue 0 Previous Issue    Next Issue
    THE INFLUENCE OF JOINTS ON THE DETAILED SCULPTURE OF LANDFORMS:A STUDY IN MICROGEOMORPHOLOGY
    M. N. JEN
    1940, 7 (0):  1-6.  doi: 10.11821/xb194000001
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    The present landforms may be expressed as a function of structure, proceesand stage. It is admittedly true that in most regions, stage and process areperhaps of more importance in determining the main outline of landscape.
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    A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON THE CLIMATOLOGY OF THE FREE ATMOSPHERE OVER CHINA
    CHANG-WANG TU
    1940, 7 (0):  7-27.  doi: 10.11821/xb194000002
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    The object of this paper is to present to those who are interested in the upper air conditions of China the summary of results of five years' aerological investigation, and further to fill in the gap that is left open by Wager in his well known book "Klimatologie der freien Atmosphere". By studying carefully the results of a few aeroplane and kite soundings made over Nanking, Peiping and Kunming as represented in the Chinese text, we are able to attempt some tentative generalizations out of them.
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    THE MAKING OF REGIONAL DIAGRAMS IN OMEI-SHAN
    SHU-TANG LEE
    1940, 7 (0):  28-34.  doi: 10.11821/xb194000003
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    The author made a short visit to the Omei-shan during the summer 1940in the company of a group of his fourteen students in an excursion organgizedby the Geographical Department of the National Central University, Chungking, with a pitiful sum of fund. The fund available was so small indeed that it limited, much as against his desire, the time of his staying in the mountain to only five days. Thanks' to the fine weather and the effective cooperation of his students, he has however, succeeded in snaking in making two regional diagrams and two sltetclies etc., as represented herewith in the Chinese text.
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    A REPORT ON THE GEOGRAPHICAL AND METEOROLOGICAL EXPEDITION TO SOUTH SIKANG
    PING-HAI CHU
    1940, 7 (0):  35-127.  doi: 10.11821/xb194000004
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    From August to October 1939, the author accompanied by his colleaguestook part in the Sikang Expedition Party of the Chinese Society of NationalScience for geographical and meteorological exploration. He led the geographical section and spent a period of t hree weeks in the area near Chiulung hsien at the southeastern corner of the Sikang proper. After this, the sectiun started northwestward for Yakang and returned to Kanting at the beginning of October.
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