By: Zhou Zhiyi (Editor), Chen Peiji (Editor)
399 pages, B/w plates, figs, tabs, maps
Tarim, one of the Largest inland basins of China, lies in the southern part of Xinjiang. In this book, the general process for the evolution of Tarim is given: from a palaeozoic plateform, to Mesozoic non-marine sedimentary basins, and finally into the present single giant inland basin beneath the extensive desert of Taklimakan.
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