my major is biligual; i study both french and english.i'm a per.. It is bordered by the Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region to the north, Shanxi province to the east, Henan and Hubei provinces to the southeast, Chongqing municipality and Sichuan province to the south, Gansu province to the west, and the Hui Autonomous Region of Ningxia to the northwest. Han River, which is a northern tributary of the Yangtze River (Chang Jiang).
The Daba Mountains range from 5,000 to 6,500 feet (1,500 to 2,000 metres) in height, with individual peaks reaching elevations of up to some 8,000 feet (2,450 metres).
Its northern flank in Shaanxi is heavily dissected by the complex pattern of the Han River’s southern tributaries.
Three major passes cross the Qin Mountains: the valley is a major geological trough, bounded on the south by a vast complex of faults and fractures along the base of the Qin Mountains; it is a zone of considerable seismic instability, especially vulnerable to earthquakes.
The northern border of the Wei River trench is less abrupt, and the large northern tributaries of the Wei, Jing, and Luo rivers have themselves formed in their lower courses quite extensive alluvial plains that are continuations of the Wei River plain.
The Huang He (Yellow River) constitutes Shaanxi’s entire eastern border with Shanxi. The Han flows between two mountain complexes that structurally form part of a great, single fold zone.
The capital is Xi’an, in the south-central part of the province. These complexes are the Qin (Tsinling) Mountains—the major environmental divide between northern and central China—to the north.The range merges into the Funiu and the Xiong’er Mountains in Henan.The main watershed of the range is in the north; the southern slope of the range, draining into the Han, is deeply sculptured by an extremely complex drainage pattern.Global cooling during the Last Glacial Maximum (LGM) posed significant challenges to peoples living in northern Eurasia.Using micromorphology, pollen and non-pollen palynomorphs (NPP), and faunal analyses, this study reconstructs the local paleoenvironmental contexts of repeated ephemeral occupations at Shizitan 29 in Shanxi Province, North China, across the LGM, from .13.5 Ka cal BP.This erosion has been intensified by the effects of human occupation, which have destroyed the natural vegetation cover.