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    10 March 2001, Volume 21 Issue 2 Previous Issue    Next Issue
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    EFFECT OF THE SOIL AND WATER CONSERVATION OF FOREST AND TEA BUSH UTILIZING PATTERNS ON CRIMSON SOIL SLOPELAND IN HESHAN, GUANGDONG
    2001, 21 (2):  99-103. 
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    A field experiment was conducted on the crimson-soil-slope-land in the Heshan Tea Science and Technology Institute, Guangdong Province in 1997. There were four treatments on the hillside: artificial forest with underbrush (A), artificial forest without un
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    THE CHANGE OF SOIL IN THE PROCESS OF VEGETATION RESTORATION IN NANAO ISLAND,GUANGDONG
    ZHOU Hou-cheng, REN Hai, XIANG Yanci, PENG Shanlin, LI Ping
    2001, 21 (2):  104-107,112. 
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    Using the method of temporal-spatial substitution, the research on the soil development during the vegetation restoration in Nan'ao Island was conducted. During vegetation restoration in the order of degraded grassland→artificial forests→secondary forests
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    A STUDY ON THE EFFECT OF THE WAY OF HUMAN ACTIVITIES TO SOIL EROSION ——Taking Hunan Province as An Example
    LI Jing-Bao, CAO Bing-hua, LI Min
    2001, 21 (2):  108-112. 
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    The relation between human activity way and soil erosion is analyzed where Hunan is taken as an example. Deforestation and reclamation of steep slopes have resulted in serious environment problems. In some regions the area affected by soil erosion is enla
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    REASONABLE USE OF LAND AND ECO-ENVIRONMENTAL CONSTRUCTION IN GUANGXI
    ZHOU Xing
    2001, 21 (2):  113-117. 
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    Damage and construction of eco-environment is closely linked to the utilization of land. Unreasonable use of land in Guangxi have led up to a lot of eco-environmental problems, such as: the forest quality is getting declining and ecological function of th
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    A STUDY ON TECHNIQUES AND MEASURES TO IMPROVE AND USE SLOPE LANDS IN HOT ARID VALLEYS OF YUNNAN PROVINCE
    LU Pei-ze, ZHU Tong, HE Yong-bin, LI Feng-zhao
    2001, 21 (2):  118-120. 
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    The eco-landscape regions in hot arid valleys, which are distributed in southern China according to azonality law, are the prelude of desertification. The hot arid valleys in Yunnan are taken as examples. The general distribution patterns and features of
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    THE TECHNIQUE OF PLANTING LIVING HEDGEROW IN EXPLOITING AND UTILIZING SLOPE LANDS
    LI Yang-bing, XIE De-ti, YANG Chao-xian
    2001, 21 (2):  121-124,130. 
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    Slope lands are important part of the land resources in China. They are confronted with serious degradation problem resulting from people′s irrational activities and soil erosion . Sustainability of hilly lands depends on the successful soil and water con
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    SHORT-RANGE CLIMATE PREDICTION OF THE PRECIPITATION IN HONGKONG
    JIAN Yu-geng, ZHOU Wen, CHEN Chuang-mai, WEN Zhi-ping
    2001, 21 (2):  125-130. 
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    Based on the monthly precipitation data of Hong Kong for 1853-1995, statistical models are developed by using the normalized periodic regression and threshold auto-regression analyses. The normalized periodic regression model can reproduce the precipitati
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    A STUFY OF WIND VELOCITY VARYING WITH ALTITUDE ON THE COASTAL AREAS OF GUANGDONG PROVINCE
    ZHI Shi-qun, QIAN Guang-ming, LUO Jin-ling
    2001, 21 (2):  131-134. 
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    Based on the data observed on the coastal areas of Guangdong, the law of wind velocity varying with altitude is studied, and the characteristics of wind velocity and wind direction are analyzed, the main results are as follow: 1) The wind velocity in wint
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    AN APPROACH TO THE URBANIZATION IN GUANGDONG
    HUANG Zheng-guo, ZHANG Wei-qian
    2001, 21 (2):  135-138. 
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    It is suggested that the urbanization objective of 50% by the year of 2010 might be suitable in Guangdong. It is necessary to consider the following problems in the process of urbanization: to speed up the development of medium-small city; to promote the
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    AN ANALYSIS OF THE FEATURES OF BEHAVIOR SUBJECTS IN THE PEARL RIVER DELTA ECONOMIC ZONE
    ZHANG Yun-er
    2001, 21 (2):  139-144. 
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    A behavior subject of economic area is an organization entity, its form may be a setup, a firm or a family with a certain sense in economic output. Through quantitative analysis method based on the data of the first basic unit census in China(1996) , the
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    THE DRIVING FORCES AND POTENTIAL PROBLEM OF ECONOMIC GROWTH IN HUNAN PROVINCE
    QIU Wen-bin, CHEN Guo-sheng, LIU Song-jun
    2001, 21 (2):  145-149. 
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    The economic fluctuation and structural contradiction are discussed on the basis of analysis of economic growth achieved in the 20 years′reform and opening in Hunan. The open extent, foreign investment, total investment in fixed assets, industrial efficie
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    STRUCTURE OPTIMIZATION OF THE TERTIARY SECTOR IN CHANGSHA, HUNAN
    ZHOU Guo-huo, YANG Li
    2001, 21 (2):  150-155. 
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    The tertiary sector of Changsha has developed rapidly since China carried out the policy of reform and opening to the outside world, but there are still a lot of problems in the sector: a) economic benefit is low; b) the development of new industries is s
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    THE BANKRUPTCY OF GUANGZHOU FLYING DRAGON WORLD RESORT: ITS REASONS AND IMPLICATIONS
    XU Jun-Liang, LIANG Ming-zhu
    2001, 21 (2):  156-159. 
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    Guangzhou Flying Dragon World Resort, located in Panyu of Guangzhou, is the first theme park ever established in Guangzhou. After its operations in Jan. 1, 1995, promotion and publicity through media made it a popular theme park throughout Guangzhou, Hong
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    AN INITIAL DISCUSSION ON THE SHARING OF THE MARKET OF BUSINESS INDEPENDENT TOURISTS BY THE SCENIC SPOTS ——A Case Study of Foshan City
    ZHONG Yun, PENG Hua
    2001, 21 (2):  160-164. 
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    The results of the research on the tourist market of Foshan City show that there is difference between the market of scenic spot and the market of hotel. Parts of the business tourists who stay at the hotel haven′t been to the scenic spots of the city. It
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    THE HOME OF HOT SPRING ——THE THINKING ON FOSTERING TOURISM IN FENGSHUN COUNTY
    LI Jian-cheng, GAO Ling-xu, FANG Mei
    2001, 21 (2):  165-168. 
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    Fengshun County, located in the northeast of Guangdong Province is characterized by its high average elevation (the highest in the eastern part of Guangdong), the mountainous and hilly land, and the numerous hot springs and waterfalls. Both Chaoshan cultu
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    THE PLANNING AND CONSTRUCTION OF THE MIDDLIE SIZED AND SMALL CITIES ON THE FRINGE OF GUANGZHOU
    LONG Shao-qiu
    2001, 21 (2):  169-172. 
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    Guangzhou Metropolis has been gradually carrying out the project of restructuring the administration system after Beijing and Shanghai. At present, the fringe cities Huadu and Panyu have been changed into two districts of Guangzhou, and Zengcheng and Cong
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    A RESEARCH ON THE SUSTAINABLE DEVELOPMENT OF MODERN AGRICULTURE IN MOUNTAINOUS AREAS OF SOUTHERN CHINA
    QIU Guo-feng, ZHANG Zheng-dong
    2001, 21 (2):  173-177,182. 
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    The sustainable development of modern agriculture in mountainous areas in southern China has great significance on economy, ecology, and politics. Based on ecological theory, some sustainable development patterns and systems (ecology + modern production +
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    CARBON CYCLING OF TROPICAL-RAIN FOREST AND ITS IMPLICATION
    ZHANG Hong-bo, Guan Dong-sheng, ZHENG Shu-yin
    2001, 21 (2):  178-182. 
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    Because tropical rainforest has a great amount of biomass and primary production, it has a good ability for fixing CO2, which could make the “greenhouse effect” on the earth. The carbon cycling of tropical rainforest has become a hot point for research. T
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    A QUERY ABOUT THE GLACIAL TRACES IN NORTHWEST GUANGDONG
    LIU Shang-ren, PENG Hua
    2001, 21 (2):  183-188. 
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    The so called “glacial valley” in Fengkai-Huaiji of Guangdong is actually a corrosion-erosion valley in relation to lithology and tectonic, the “moraine gravels” are actually alluvial or pluvial-alluvial gravels, and the “eskers” are actually sandshale te
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    A DISCUSSION ON THE ORIGIN OF MOULINS IN SOUTH CHINA(2)
    HAN Tong-lin, LAO Xiong, GUO Ke-yi
    2001, 21 (2):  189-194. 
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    The discovery of a host of glacial drifts, stratified pebbles and deformation gravel in the moulin groups area in South China once again provides strong evidence for the conclusion that the moulins are not a pot-holes. The landform of “rock block fields”,
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