中国地理科学(英文版) ›› 1997, Vol. 7 ›› Issue (2): 180-190.

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QUATERNARY GLACIATION SERIES AND GLACIAL LANDFORM IN GONGWANG MOUNTAINS IN NORTHEAST PART OF YUNNAN PROVINCE, CHINA

况明生   

  1. Departmment of Geography, Southwest China Normal University, Chongqing 630715, P. R. China
  • 收稿日期:1995-10-27 出版日期:1997-06-20 发布日期:2011-12-16
  • 基金资助:

    Supported by the National Natural Science Foundation of China

QUATERNARY GLACIATION SERIES AND GLACIAL LANDFORM IN GONGWANG MOUNTAINS IN NORTHEAST PART OF YUNNAN PROVINCE, CHINA

Kung Mingsheng   

  1. Departmment of Geography, Southwest China Normal University, Chongqing 630715, P. R. China
  • Received:1995-10-27 Online:1997-06-20 Published:2011-12-16

摘要:

The Gongwang Mountains is situated in the northeast part of Yunnan Plovince. In the mountain, glaciation once occirred above 3100 m a. s. l. in the Quaiernary. The typical glacial remains are mainly concentrated in Jiaozishan-and Yaojingtang-Niudongping area. The glacial landforms were mainly cirque, trough valley and lateral moraine. Glacial type was alpine cirque glacier and according to morphogenetic relation of the glacial landforms, the Quaternary glaciation should be separated into two periods: last glaciation (containing two stages of late and maximum glaciation) and penultimate in the Gongwang Mountain in northeast part of Yunnan Province of China.

关键词: remains of glacier, the Quaternary glaciation series, the Gongwang Mountains, Yunnan Province

Abstract:

The Gongwang Mountains is situated in the northeast part of Yunnan Plovince. In the mountain, glaciation once occirred above 3100 m a. s. l. in the Quaiernary. The typical glacial remains are mainly concentrated in Jiaozishan-and Yaojingtang-Niudongping area. The glacial landforms were mainly cirque, trough valley and lateral moraine. Glacial type was alpine cirque glacier and according to morphogenetic relation of the glacial landforms, the Quaternary glaciation should be separated into two periods: last glaciation (containing two stages of late and maximum glaciation) and penultimate in the Gongwang Mountain in northeast part of Yunnan Province of China.

Key words: remains of glacier, the Quaternary glaciation series, the Gongwang Mountains, Yunnan Province