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The geology of China

Lee, J. S. and Li, Siguang (1918)
M.Sc. thesis, University of Birmingham.

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Abstract

CONTENTS
INTRODUCTION
SECTION I Physiography. Chapter I General physiographical description of China proper. Chapter II Description of the several physiographical regions. Chapter III Geo-morphology.
SECTION II. General geology. CHAPTER IV Stratigraphy. Introductory. Pre-cambrian. Cambrian-middle ordovician. Silurian-devonian. Carboniferous-permian. Triassic-jurassic. Post jurassic. Chapter V Igneous rocks in China. Chapter VI General geological structure of China. Chapter VII The geological history of China.
SECTION III Economic geology Chapter VIII The economic aspect of Chinese geology. A. Coal fields. B. Oil fields. C. Ore deposits. D. Underground water. E. Miscellaneous Economic products.

Type of Work:M.Sc. thesis.
Supervisor(s):Boulton, W. S.
School/Faculty:Faculties (to 1997) > Faculty of Science
Department:Department of Geology
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The fold-out chart following p51 is in a separate file

Subjects:QE Geology
Institution:University of Birmingham
ID Code:1448
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