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    15 January 1957, Volume 23 Issue 1 Previous Issue    Next Issue
    GEOMORPHOLOGY OF THE LOESS PLATEAU OF SOUTH-WESTERN SHANSI
    Yang Huai-jen, Yu Su-ch黱 and Han Tung-chun
    1957, 23 (1):  17-53.  doi: 10.11821/xb195701002
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    The region under consideration lies west of the Lu-liang Shan and east of the gorge of the Yellow River (Fig. 17). As a result of much intensive work done duung the past thirty years by Andersson, Barbour, Bien, Licent, Pei, Teilhairl de Chardin, Yang and others, the stratigraphy of the Late Cenozoic Yeuud in this mgion seems to be reasonably well established. In consideration of the erosional and depositional history of Shansi and its neighbouring provinces of North China, different "Stages" have been proposed.
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    ON THE MONSOON PROBLEM OF THE FAR EAST AND SOME OF ITS CHARACTERISTICS
    Kao Yu-hsie and Chang Ming-lie
    1957, 23 (1):  55-67.  doi: 10.11821/xb195701003
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    The present paper consists of four parts. In part Ⅰ:The definitions of mon-soon, the conceptions of monsoon circulation and the theories of monsoon formation are discussed.
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    THE PROBLEM ABOUT THE SELECTION OF SOIL-PRFSERVING WOODY AND HERBACEOUS PLANTS OF THE STEPPE AND FOREST-STEPPE ZONES IN THE MIDDLE REACHES OF THE YELLOW RIVER
    Tsui You-wen
    1957, 23 (1):  69-87.  doi: 10.11821/xb195701004
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    Coil erosion, with its inseparahle results of recurinQ flnndg and draughts which have long brought disastem and miseries to the people of North China, has ever been the foremost problem in the fundamental control of tine fellow River. In recent yearn, our government has paid great efforts in trying to carry out, in the shortest time possible, a soil conservation project in the middle reaches of that great river where the soil erosion has been known to be in its worst form.
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    THE SEA ROUTES OF THE YUAN DYNASTY
    Chang Sun
    1957, 23 (1):  89-98.  doi: 10.11821/xb195701005
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    While the capital of the Yuan Dynasty (1271-1368 A. D.) was established at Ta-tu (now Peking), the most developed and flourishing economic area of the Empire was in the South.
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