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    15 July 1956, Volume 22 Issue 3 Previous Issue    Next Issue
    S0ME CHARACTERISTICS OF THE NATURAL REGION OF SOUTH CHINA
    TSENG CHIN-SUEN
    1956, 22 (3):  189-200.  doi: 10.11821/xb195603001
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    1. The natural region of South China here discussed is approximately the same ae the Chung Hua Ti Li, Chih (Geography of the People's Republic of China) . 2: The climate in this region is moneoonal and tropical, with a thermal summer lasting over 8 months but without any thermal winter. However, occasional invasion by cold waves happens. The annual rainfall exceeds 1,200 mm on the lowland and 2,000 mm in mountains (Taiwan exceeds 8,000). Two or three visits of typhoons are in a year. Seasonality is relatively well marked.
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    A TENTATIVE CLASSIFICATION OF LANDFORMS IN THE LOESS PLATEAU
    LO LAI-HAING
    1956, 22 (3):  201-222.  doi: 10.11821/xb195603002
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    Two distinctive groups of landforms may be recognised in the Loess Plateau, namely, the interfluves and the valleys.
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