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    15 January 1947, Volume 14 Issue 1 Previous Issue    Next Issue
    Land Utilization in Chengtu Plain, Szechwan
    L.P.Yang, P.C.Huang, Y.F.Shih and H.L.Mao
    1947, 14 (1):  42-51.  doi: 10.11821/xb194701003
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    In the north-western part of Szechwan Basin is the famous Chengtu Plain, with an area of 8,000 sq. km. and at 500-700m. above the sea level. It is a huge alluvial plain formed by cohesion of many alluvial fans, among which the Min-king fan is the largest, constituting 2/3 of the area of Chengtu Plain.
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