冰川冻土 ›› 1983, Vol. 5 ›› Issue (1): 33-46.
• 研究论文 •
Abstract: The red boulder clay, which was defined as the termini of Dagu Glaciation by the late geologist Li Siguang, is widely distributed in the shape of fan over the northwestern piedmont of Lushan near yangjiaoling. For half a century, there has been a different viewpoint that the boulder clay was not formed by glaciers.Through our field investigation and laboratory analysis of the boulder clay in it’s geomorphy,structure,fabric rock and mineral features,and spore-pollen components,it has been found that the boulder clay is extremely similar to the deposit of viscous debris flow, but utterly different from moraine, and that the climate was warm and wet during its deposition.It is concluded that the debris flow developed considerabely near Yangjiaoling of Lushan in a certain period of Quaternary, and the boulder clay was just a production of ancient debris flow.
邓养鑫. 庐山羊角岭附近“泥砾”成因的泥石流解释[J]. 冰川冻土, 1983, 5(1): 33-46.
Deng Yangxin. AN EXPLANATION OF THE BOULDER CLAY FORMATION NEAR YANGJIAOLING RIDGE OF THE LUSHAN BY DEBRIS FLOW[J]. JOURNAL OF GLACIOLOGY AND GEOCRYOLOGY, 1983, 5(1): 33-46.
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