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Record #97273:

Patterned ground on the northern side of the west Kunlun mountains, western China / Shuji Iwata, Benxing Zheng.

Title: Patterned ground on the northern side of the west Kunlun mountains, western China / Shuji Iwata, Benxing Zheng.
Author(s): Iwata, Shuji.
Zheng, Benxing.
Date: 1989.
In: Bulletin of Glacier Research. (1989.), Vol. 7 (1989)
Abstract: Many different types observed above altitude of 5200 m, perhaps due to existence of continuous permafrost.
Notes:

Bulletin of Glacier Research. Vol. 7 :145-152 (1989).

Keywords: 551.343.2 -- Cryoturbation and patterned ground.
E8 -- Glaciology: frost action and permafrost.
(510) -- People's Republic of China.
SPRI record no.: 97273

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