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  • 館藏編號:NTUG010-T600013
  • 題名:準平原的成因
  • 作者:馬廷英
  • 藏品形式:稿本
  • 尺寸:180X250(mm)
  • 作成日期:1966
  • 簡述:Origin of Peneplains, P.12
  • 內容:

    "Origin of Peneplains, P.12
    only severe altitude erosion due to the last sudden epeirogenic uplift of the mantle in Taiwan to have been carved into rugged topography of the last belt of gemorphological discontinuity, c-d: The penultimate peneplain in remnants far back from the last belt of geomorphological discontinuity.
    Figure 5. The last belt of geomorphological discontinuity on the Pacific coast near Wanli north of Keelung. Photo taken from Wali in the east direction, e-f: A marine abrasion terrace formed before the last mantle displacement, now raised to 200m above sea level by rotational uplift of fragmented upper mantle layers and crust.
    Plate II
    Figure 1. The antepenultimate peneplain (o-p) on Chialishan at 2,400m above sea level. Photo taken from Touwu near Chinshuei in the northeast direction.
    Figure 2. The last peneplain of double marine abrasion of the North Atlantic region on the ocean side of the Eastern Shore, Virginia. Air photo after W.T. Lee, 1922. Scale not known.
    Plate III
    The last belt of geomorphological discontinuity of the North Pacific region in the Simi Hills about 15 miles northwest of Santa Monica, California. Air photo after W.T. Lee, 1922. Scale, probably about 1:20,000.
    Plate IV
    The penultimate peneplain of double marine abrasion of the Southwest Pacific region in Central Australia. Mt. Olga in A and Ayers Rock in B with Mt. Olga in the distance are remnants of hard rocks from the double marine abrasion caused by the penultimate epeirogenic subsidence of the mantle and the rapid marine erosion caused by the last eqeirogenic subsidence of the mantle. After T.W.E. David, 1950."