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タリム盆地 展示1(中国新疆ウイグル自治区)

青山貞一 Teiichi Aoyama  池田こみち Komichi Ikeda 共編
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イリ・カザフ自治州  展示1 コルラ市 クチャ県1 クチャ県2 展示1 展示2 
タリム盆地
  展示1  楼蘭故城遺跡1 楼蘭2  楼蘭3  展示1  展示2
展示3  展示4  ロプノール 展示1  展示2 展示3  タクラマカン砂漠
ニヤ遺跡  展示1  展示2


 次は新疆ウイグル自治区のタリム盆地の展示1です。

◆タリム盆地 展示1(中国・新疆ウイグル自治区)


新疆ウイグル自治区

 下は新疆ウイグル自治区とアルタイ山脈、天山山脈、崑崙山脈とタリム盆地の関係図です。


南疆線(なんきょうせん)と天山山脈 (新疆ウイグル自治区)   下図より作成




Important high pressure terranes marked along the BNS
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The largest of the 36 Tarim oasis statelets listed in the Hanshu [Book of Han]. Areas of the squares are proportional to population.
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This is a map of the Tarim River drainage basin. Note that river courses shown crossing the Taklamakan Desert are usually dry.
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780s年代から 790s年代のタリム盆地
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Tarim Desert Highway - Desert poplars (胡楊), Xinjiang, China
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Comparison of the lamnid-like shark Archaeolamna apophysata, and the whale shark Eorhincodon tianshanensis, from the Late Eocene of the Tarim Basin, Inner Mongolia.
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Comparison of the "taklamakaniid" raphiophorids Taklamakania tarimensis, and Pseudampyxina trisegmenta, from the Upper Ordovician Tarim Basin, Inner Mongolia
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Uyghur hunter, Kashgar.
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Christoph Baumer at Bronze Age graveyard Kawrigul (Gumugo)
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Title: Bulletin of the British Museum (Natural History) Zoology Identifier: bulletinofbritis5556farn (find matches) Year: 1989-90 (1980s) Authors: Farn, Alexander E Subjects: Publisher: London : Butterworths Contributing Library: Natural History Museum Library, London Digitizing Sponsor: Natural History Museum Library, London View Book Page: Book Viewer About This Book: Catalog Entry View All Images: All Images From Book Click here to view book online to see this illustration in context in a browseable online version of this book. Text Appearing Before Image: R. A. TRAVERS Text Appearing After Image: Fig. 5 Principal collecting locality Ugiy Nuur, 1 km west of outlet into Orkhon Gol. (Above) Beach seining along southern shore and (Below) swamp region prior to outlet into Orkhon Gol. and Tarim Gols: Fig. 3); 2) high altitude 'salmon rivers' (Odum, 1978: 298) with fast flowing, clear water over a stony, gravel substrate with little rooted aquatic vegetation (e.g. Orkhon and Terilg Gols: Fig. 4); and 3) narrow head-water streams that course across high altitude alpine meadows and consist of deeper pools and riffles (e.g. Hogshin Orkhon Gol: Fig. 2 locality 4). Generally they have grassy banks and wide flood plains, with small rivulets and ponds. The water level was often high, with increased current and flooding at several localities. This was due to the high precipitation during the months of July and August in northern parts of Mongolia (Petrov, 1970). The sparse vegetation allows rapid run-off which results in dramatic changes in water level following short but heavy periods of rainfall. Note About Images Please note that these images are extracted from scanned page images that may have been digitally enhanced for readability - coloration and appearance of these illustrations may not perfectly resemble the original work.
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