(in Korean with English summary) Huh M, Paik IS, Chung CH et al (2003a)
Theropod tracks from Seoyuri in Hwasun, Jeollanamdo, ... Ichnos 19:43–49
Hwang IJ, Cheong CS (1968) Explanatory text of the geological map of Boseong
sheet (1:50,000). ... Geol Mag 139:421–435 Hwang KG, Huh M, Paik IS (2002b)
Sauropod tracks from the Cretaceous Jindong Formation, Hogyeri, Masan City,
Author: Jeong Yul Kim
This is the first academic book about the dinosaurs, birds and pterosaurs of Korea, one of the richest and most exciting regions on earth for the study of vertebrate ichnology. Many ichnogenera appear indigenous to Korea, and based on present evidence there is nowhere else in the world where such densities and diversity of vertebrate tracks have been reported. Many sites also reveal the highest density of bird and dinosaur track levels in the world. The book describes the significant advances in Cretaceous vertebrate ichnology and dinosaur research made in Korea over the past twenty years. Several dinosaur fossil sites have been excavated, and unique vertebrate fossils including dinosaurs and pterosaurs have been discovered. This landslide of discovery has resulted in a proliferation of papers on vertebrate tracks and remains from the Cretaceous of South Korea and the growing recognition that as a region it reveals multiple track-rich sequences of unique quality and scientific utility. Because of the outstanding ichnological resources in this region it has been dubbed the Korean Cretaceous Dinosaur Coast (KCDC), and many sites of national and international significance have been designated as national natural monuments of Korea. This book is written for geologists, paleontologists, ichnologists, geology and earth science students, and earth science teachers at high school, as well as the general reader interested in ancient life including the dinosaurs, birds, and pterosaurs of Korea. The goal of this book is to provide readers with a scientific understanding of Mesozoic life flourishing in the Korean Peninsula. To facilitate easy comprehension, the book contains many sketches, graphs, diagrams, photographs and tables and is supported by a comprehensive glossary.
13-1 A map of the region showing relative distances among Hwasun Village,
Gangjeong Village, Seogwipo City, and Wimi ... for self-determination into a
broader peace movement that now challenges South Korea's national security
Author: Peter Simpson
Publisher: Cambridge Scholars Publishing
This edited volume provides a vehicle for the expression of geographical and historical perspectives on the militarisation of East Asia and the Pacific. Among the questions the authors explore are: How have groups and individuals variously enforced, justified, supported, resisted, and acquiesced in military occupation? How have concepts of nationality, identity, and self-determination been shaped, reshaped, and erased by historical processes? How can communities escape from their perceived or actual dependence on centralised loci of power? Chapters draw upon philosophical, theoretical, empirical, and anecdotal evidence. The book is aimed at, inter alia, activists for social justice and researchers in international and strategic relations, colonial and post-colonial studies, Asian, Okinawan, and Pacific island studies, critical theory, and ethics. Contributors to this volume include David Vine, Douglas Lummis, Miyume Tanji, Kyle Kajihiro, chinin usii, Leevin Camacho, Andrew Yeo, Mitzi Uehara Carter, Gwisook Gwon, Christopher Melley, Yukinori Tokuyama, Kiyomi Maedomari-Tokuyama, Nika Nashiro, Chie Miyagi, Makoto Arakaki, Peter Simpson, and Daniel Broudy.
KOREA / The The Land LAND REGIONS OF KOREA The map below shows the
six land regions of Korea : the Eastern ... The Tumen River forms CENTRAL
MOUNTAINS ULLUNG SOUTHWESTERN PLAIN SOUTHERN PLAIN CHEJU
WORLD BOOK map KOREA MAP INDEX Cities of South Korea ... .D 3 Hwasun .
An encyclopedia designed especially to meet the needs of elementary, junior high, and high school students.
The ancient world KEY Ganghwa Dolmens, South Korea More than 120 dolmens
(tombs) in the mountains of the island of Ganghwa. ... This map shows the global
pattern of megaliths. ... ASIA Plain of Jars, Laos Several hundred huge stone jars,
dating Kochang Hwasun Furuichi Kofungun from 500 bce to 200 ce, spread over
more ... Mesopotamia KEY Area of early city-based civilizations Early city The.
This one-of-a-kind history book for children shows where, when, why and how history happened through stunning 3D graphics and maps, perfect for visual learners. Learn history in a new and captivating way! This atlas for children gives a completely unique view to history. Children can visualize the history of the world with a brand-new geographical perspective not easily learned in school. Sail the seas with the first Vikings and live among the first farmers, learning about how they worked and evolved from the earliest recorded times on Earth to present day. Beautiful illustrations, 3D graphics, clear annotations, and fun facts bring history to life and display in glorious detail how it fits into the world at large. Each of these specially commissioned 3D maps charts a key global event. Follow the migration of the earliest humans, the spread of the Black Death, or lose yourself in the European, African, and Pacific theaters of World War II. Whether your child is a visual learner or history buff, this educational book is perfect for any student of history, serving as an epic quest through our shared past and a birds-eye view of the history of life on Earth. Travel Through Time - Discover Our Shared History! This incredible fact book is filled to the brim with fun facts about the world greatly complimented by more than 60 highly detailed maps exploring how our world has changed throughout time. It's easy to spend hours poring over every detail, with beautiful illustrations and informative content making history fun and easy (well, easier) to understand in the context of different events, different places and different dates. It dives into the history of continents across the globe in impressive detail and can be read for short or longer bursts. While it follows a logical order of civilization, you can easily skip around with no loss of interest or comprehension. Dive into this kid's atlas to learn about the medieval and modern world, the 20th and 21st centuries including: -The Vikings, China's golden age and Castles -The age of exploration, the French Revolution and Slavery -World War I and II, Moon landings, and the Internet It is the perfect kid's educational book for school projects or simply getting to know why the world is the way it is and how it got to be that way. When on Earth? forms part of the Where on Earth? series including Where on Earth? Atlas - The World As You've Never Seen It Before and Where on Earth? - The Ultimate Atlas of What's Where in the World.
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Author: Hammond World Atlas Corporation
Based upon the award-winning Hammond World Atlas, the Hammond Concise World Atlas delivers the outstanding features of Hammond's flagship volume in a smaller, more economical edition. Though condensed in size and scope, this excellent reference does not skimp on detail and offers the same lavish, state-of-the art cartography which has won acclaim for the parent edition.