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    15 October 1955, Volume 21 Issue 4 Previous Issue    Next Issue
    THE SURFACE FLOW OF CHINA
    KUO CHIN-HUI
    1955, 21 (4):  371-392.  doi: 10.11821/xb195504004
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    1. Some major problems of the surface flow of China The calulation of the hydrographical records over 200 stations makes it possible to prepare two maps, viz.,that of the annual discharge (in m3/sec) of the different rivers showing the gradual increase toward dowmstream and that of the relative discharge (in litre/sec/km2).
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    THE EFFECTS OF THE SHELTER BELTS IN THE SAND DUNE AREA, WESTERN HOPEI
    YUAN CHIA-TZU
    1955, 21 (4):  393-403.  doi: 10.11821/xb195504005
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    Observations of shelter-belt effects were made by the writer in spring of 1955,in the sand dune region, western Hopei, where dcns}ly planted belts of cedartrees(Thuja Orientalis), with an average height of seven metres and a net of insu-fflation belts of black locust (Robinia Psendoacacia) with an average height of 4 metres wera established.
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    THE DISTRIBUTION OF FUR-BEARING MAMMALS IN CHINA
    SHAW TSENG-HWANG
    1955, 21 (4):  405-421.  doi: 10.11821/xb195504006
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    Numerous records of using sheep and fox furs can be found in ancient Chinese literature and history. Now-a-days, the extensive usa of the various animal pel-tries has rendered the fur animals in our country a kind of natural resources of commercial importance both for domes:ic circulation and for exportation.
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