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Table of contents of journal: *Science in China. Series D, Earth Sciences

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Authors: He, CX Wu, ZW Zhu, LN
Citation: Cx. He et al., A convection-conduction model for analysis of the freeze-thaw conditions in the surrounding rock wall of a tunnel in permafrost regions, SCI CHINA D, 42, 1999, pp. 1-8

Authors: Miao, TD Guo, L Niu, YH Zhang, CQ
Citation: Td. Miao et al., Modeling on coupled heat and moisture transfer in freezing soil using mixture theory, SCI CHINA D, 42, 1999, pp. 9-16

Authors: Ling, F Wu, ZW Zhu, YL He, CX Zhu, LN
Citation: F. Ling et al., Fractal approximation of the stress-strain curve of frozen soil, SCI CHINA D, 42, 1999, pp. 17-22

Authors: Lai, YM Wu, ZW Zhu, YL He, CX Zhu, LN
Citation: Ym. Lai et al., Nonlinear analysis for the coupled problem of temperature and seepage fields in cold regions tunnels, SCI CHINA D, 42, 1999, pp. 23-29

Authors: Zhang, JM Zhu, YL Zhang, JY
Citation: Jm. Zhang et al., Experimental study on settlement of model piles in frozen soil under dynamic loading, SCI CHINA D, 42, 1999, pp. 30-37

Authors: He, P Cheng, GD Zhu, YL
Citation: P. He et al., Constitutive theories on viscoelastoplasticity and damage of frozen soil, SCI CHINA D, 42, 1999, pp. 38-43

Authors: Ye, BS Ding, YJ Kang, ES Li, G Han, TD
Citation: Bs. Ye et al., Response of the snowmelt and glacier runoff to the climate warming-up in the last 40 years in Xinjiang Autonomous Region, China, SCI CHINA D, 42, 1999, pp. 44-51

Authors: Kang, ES Cheng, GD Lan, YC Jin, HJ
Citation: Es. Kang et al., A model for simulating the response of runoff from the mountainous watersheds of inland river basins in the arid area of northwest China to climatic changes, SCI CHINA D, 42, 1999, pp. 52-63

Authors: Liu, CH Kang, ES Liu, SY Chen, JM Liu, ZX
Citation: Ch. Liu et al., Study on the glacier variation and its runoff responses in the arid regionof Northwest China, SCI CHINA D, 42, 1999, pp. 64-71

Authors: Li, PJ
Citation: Pj. Li, Variation of snow water resources in northwestern China, 1951-1997, SCI CHINA D, 42, 1999, pp. 72-79

Authors: Wang, NL Yao, TD Shi, YF Thompson, LG Cole-Dai, J Lin, PN Davis, ME
Citation: Nl. Wang et al., On the magnitude of temperature decrease in the equatorial regions during the Last Glacial Maximum, SCI CHINA D, 42, 1999, pp. 80-90

Authors: Shi, YF Yao, TD Yang, B
Citation: Yf. Shi et al., Decadal climatic variations recorded in Guliya ice core and comparison with the historical documentary data from East China during the last 2000 years, SCI CHINA D, 42, 1999, pp. 91-100

Authors: Feng, Q Su, ZZ Jin, HJ
Citation: Q. Feng et al., Desert evolution and climatic changes in the Tarim River basin since 12 kaBP, SCI CHINA D, 42, 1999, pp. 101-112

Authors: Xie, XN Li, ST Hu, XY Dong, WL Zhang, MQ
Citation: Xn. Xie et al., Conduit system and formation mechanism of heat fluids in diapiric belt of Yinggehai basin, China, SCI CHINA D, 42(6), 1999, pp. 561-571

Authors: Wang, SJ Ji, HB Ziyuan, OY Zhou, DQ Zhen, LP Li, TY
Citation: Sj. Wang et al., Preliminary study on weathering and pedogenesis of carbonate rock, SCI CHINA D, 42(6), 1999, pp. 572-581

Authors: Yan, GH Mu, BL Xu, BL He, GQ Tan, LK Zhao, H He, ZF Zhang, RH Qiao, GS
Citation: Gh. Yan et al., Triassic alkaline intrusives in the Yanliao-Yinshan area: their chronology, Sr, Nd and Ph isotopic characteristics and their implication, SCI CHINA D, 42(6), 1999, pp. 582-587

Authors: Zheng, LP
Citation: Lp. Zheng, Carbon stable isotopic composition of karst soil CO2 in central Guizhon, China, SCI CHINA D, 42(6), 1999, pp. 588-594

Authors: Li, RW Lu, JL Zhang, SK Lei, JJ
Citation: Rw. Li et al., Organic carbon isotopes of the Sinian and Early Cambrian black shales on Yangtze Platform, China, SCI CHINA D, 42(6), 1999, pp. 595-603

Authors: Bi, H Wang, ZG Wang, YL Zhu, XQ
Citation: H. Bi et al., History of tectono-magmatic evolution in the Western Kunlun Orogen, SCI CHINA D, 42(6), 1999, pp. 604-619

Authors: Xia, XY Wang, XB Chen, JF Ge, NJ
Citation: Xy. Xia et al., Gas contents and CO2 isotope studies on fluid inclusion in ultra-high pressure metamorphic rock from Shuanghe area, Dabie Mountain, SCI CHINA D, 42(6), 1999, pp. 620-626

Authors: Liu, XF Zhan, XZ Gao, ZM Liu, JJ Li, CY Su, WC
Citation: Xf. Liu et al., Deep xenoliths in alkalic porphyry, Liuhe, Yunnan, and implications to petrogenesis of alkalic porphyry and associated mineralizations, SCI CHINA D, 42(6), 1999, pp. 627-635

Authors: Wang, XL
Citation: Xl. Wang, Some fundamental problems in outcrop sequence stratigraphy, SCI CHINA D, 42(6), 1999, pp. 636-645

Authors: Liu, CQ Tang, HF
Citation: Cq. Liu et Hf. Tang, Redistribution of REEs during metamorphism and its indicative significancefor fluid processes - A study on the trace element composition of the Xingzi Group metamorphic rocks in the Lushan area, SE China, SCI CHINA D, 42(6), 1999, pp. 646-654

Authors: Ding, ZH Zheng, BS Zhang, J Belkin, HE Finkelman, RB Zhao, FH Zhao, DX Zhou, YS Chen, CG
Citation: Zh. Ding et al., Preliminary study on the mode of occurrence of arsenic in high arsenic coals from southwest Guizhou Province, SCI CHINA D, 42(6), 1999, pp. 655-661

Authors: Wen, HJ Qiu, YZ
Citation: Hj. Wen et Yz. Qiu, Organic and inorganic occurrence of selenium in Laerma Se-Au deposit, SCI CHINA D, 42(6), 1999, pp. 662-669
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