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《Acta Geographica Sinica》 1979-04
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THIRTY YEARS OF CLIMATOLOGY IN CHINA

Xu Shuying Zheng Sizhong (Institute of Geography, Academia Sinica)  
In this paper, the works of climatology in China since 1949 have been summarized It is divided into four sections as follows. 1. Causes of climate a. Heat balance and water balance b. Interactions between ocean and atmosphere c. Monsoon of East Asia 2. Climatic fluctuations 3. Microclimatology and agroclimatology 4. Climatic characteristics and climatic division a. Climatic characteristics of China b. Climatological atlas and regional climates c. Climatic division
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【Citations】
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1 C.S.Yao (Chckiang Uniuersity);The Climate of China as Based Upon the Analysis of Monthly Temperatures[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1951-Z1
2 John Lee (Institute of Geophysics and Meteorology,Academia Sinica);The Northwestern Pacific Ocean and Its Influences on the Climate of China.[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1951-Z1
3 L Chung (Institute of Geophysics, Academia Sinica);TOPOGRAPHICAL FEATURES AND FROST DAMAGE[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1956-02
4 Kao Yu-hsie and Chang Ming-lie (Institute of Geophysics, Academia Sinica);ON THE MONSOON PROBLEM OF THE FAR EAST AND SOME OF ITS CHARACTERISTICS[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1957-01
5 C. S. Yao(University of Nanking);AGRICULTURAL CHARACTERISTIC TEMPERATURESAND ACCUMULATED TEMPERATURES IN CHINA[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1957-02
6 ~~;~~[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1957-04
7 CHENG SZU-CHUNG AND YANG TEH-CHING (Institute of Geography, Academia Sinica);DISTRIBUTION OF PRECIPITABLE WATER OVER CHINA[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1962-02
8 FUH BAW-PUH (Nanking University);THE FEATURE OF MICROCLIMATE IN UNDULATING COUNTRY[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1963-03
9 COCHING CHU (Academia Sinica);SOME CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF CHINESE CLIMATE ANDTHEIR EFFECTS ON CROP PRODUCTION[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1964-01
10 T. Y. CHENG C. H. TENG (Anhuei School of Meteorology);DROUGHT-INDUCING WINDS DURING THE REPRODUCTIVESTAGE OF WNTER WW IN ANHUEI NORTH OFTHE HUAI RIVER[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1964-01
【Secondary Citations】
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1 BY COCHING CHU;The Enigma of Southeast Monsoon in China.[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1934-01
2 Chang-wang Tu.;CLIMATIC PR0VINCES 0F CHINA(A New Map)[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1936-03
3 C.S.Yao (Chckiang Uniuersity);The Climate of China as Based Upon the Analysis of Monthly Temperatures[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1951-Z1
4 John Lee (Institute of Geophysics and Meteorology,Academia Sinica);The Northwestern Pacific Ocean and Its Influences on the Climate of China.[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1951-Z1
5 C.LEE AND M.W.WAN Institute of Geophysics and Meteorology,Academia Sinica;THE CLIMATIC TYPES OF FLOODS AND DROUGHTS IN THE VALLEYS OF THE YANGTZE AND THE HUAI RIVERS[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1955-03
6 Kao Yu-hsie and Chang Ming-lie (Institute of Geophysics, Academia Sinica);ON THE MONSOON PROBLEM OF THE FAR EAST AND SOME OF ITS CHARACTERISTICS[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1957-01
7 COCHING CHU (Academia Sinica);SOME CHARACTERISTIC FEATURES OF CHINESE CLIMATE ANDTHEIR EFFECTS ON CROP PRODUCTION[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1964-01
8 QION JIH-LIANG AND LINE ZI-KUAN(Institute of Meteorology, Central Meteorogical Bureau);A PRELIMINARY STUDY ON THE DRY AND WET CLIMATICREGIONALIZATION OF CHINA[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1965-01
9 LU CHI-YAO, WEI LIN, DU CHUNG-PUH AND LIN CHEN-YAO(Institute of Geography, Academia Sinica);A STUDY ON THE WET AND DRY PERIODS ANDREGIONALIZATION OF CHINA ACCORDING TO ARIDITY[J];Acta Geographica Sinica;1965-01
10 Cheng Ting fang;Analysis of Sun-spot Records in the Chinese annals[J];Journal of Nanjing University (Natural Sciences);1956-04
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