The Tarim Basin is an endorheic basin in northwest China occupying an area of about 1,020,000 km 2 (390,000 sq mi). Located in China's Xinjiang region, it is ...
Tarim Basin, Chinese (Pinyin) Talimu Pendi, (Wade-Giles romanization) T’a-li-mu P’en-ti, vast depression drained by the Tarim River in the Uygur Autonomous ...
Map showing the rivers of the Tarim Basin. The Tarim River and most of its tributaries originate in the Karakorum and Kunlun Mountains.
In westernmost China lies the Tarim Basin, home to the Taklimakan Desert—the biggest, hottest, driest desert in China. Sand dunes cover about 85 percent ...
Geology of the Tarim Basin with special emphasis on petroleum deposits, Xinjiang Uygur Zizhiqu, Northwest China By K. Y. Lee U.S. Geological Survey
Satellite Map o/t Tarim River Basin and Taklamakan Desert -1A, By China Report.com
THE TARIM BASIN designates a major river and great basin located in the Uighur Autonomous Region of Sinkiang of extreme northwestern China, north of the Tibetan Plateau.
location: Tarim Basin, China. Date: 1000-600 B.C. The barren desert of China’s southern Tarim Basin has been the source of some of the ancient world’s most ...
A Tarim Basin mummy photographed ... and southern (Khotan, Niya, Qiemo) edge of the Tarim Basin. The earliest Tarim ..., their identical geographical location and ...
location: ... Technical Abstract: The Tarim Basin is regarded as one of the most highly erodible areas in China. Desert comprises 64% of the land use in the Basin, ...