Геоморфология Джунгарской равнины и ее горного обрамления

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Авторы: Мамедов Г.М.   (ИГМ СО РАН)   Новиков И.С.   (ИГМ СО РАН)  
дата публикации: 2015
The Dzungarian Plain and high mountains by its periphery were formed during Late Pliocene and Pleistocene on the territory of the former Cr-Pg peneplain. The Plain became the basin of accumulation for the products of mountain erosion. Three main steps of the relief were formed. The upper one includes the high and middle mountains, and intermountain depressions, occupying 146 000 km2. The middle and lower steps form the Dzungarian Plain with the area of 223 500 km2. Its marginal zone (the middle step) is represented by weakly changed peneplain. The lower step in the central part consist of aeolean plains, lacustrine plains, allivial and alluvial-fan plains (21), aprons (10), plains built on horizontal strata (11), and advanced ridges (vorberges) (1). Large contemporary and ancient river valleys occupy less than 3 of the territory
первоисточник: Геоморфология
том: 1
страницы: 88-100
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