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Reference Title Price-Interactive Online Geological Memoir-Geological Memoir No. 1 Geology of Sha Tin, by R. Addison (1986), 85 p.-Geological Memoir No. 2 Geology of Hong Kong Island and Kowloon, by P.J. Strange & R. Shaw(1986), 134 p.-Geological Memoir

Geological Maps of Hong Kong The first geological map of Hong Kong, published in 1936 at scale of 1:84,480 (Figure 12), showed the main distribution of igneous (volcanic and plutonic), and sedimentary rock groups, as well as the superficial deposits. There was

Geological History of Hong Kong The geological history of Hong Kong has been strongly controlled by changes in the plate tectonic setting over the past 400 million years. Significantly, there are major gaps in the geological record in Hong Kong, which probably

The geology of Hong Kong is dominated by igneous rocks (including granitic rocks and volcanic rocks) formed during a major volcanic eruption period in the Mesozoic era. It made up 85% of Hong Kong’s land surface and the remaining 15% are mostly sedimentary rocks located in the northeast New Territories. There are also a very small

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Hong Kong Geological Survey Memoirs, Sheet Reports and Maps-GEO Technical Guidance Notes-Regolith Guide for Tsing Shan Foothills – Maunsell Fugro Joint Venture (2002) under Agreement No. CE 47/2000.-Hong Kong Geology Guide Book-Mid-levels

Introduction Old Maps This website is dedicated to the discovery and display of historic maps of Hong Kong. Over the past few years I have been collecting historic maps to track the changes and development in the infrastructure. This site provides a collection of

29/10/2006 · Hong Kong is a collection of islands in the South China Sea, on the southeastern coast of China. Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region of China. Hong Kong is included on our Blue Ocean Laminated Map of the World. This map shows a combination of political and physical features. It

Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark – Geotour Routes (New Edition) The Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark is a single entity and comprises of the Sai Kung Volcanic Rock Region and Northeast New Territories Sedimentary Rock Region, which showcase the important geological themes of igneous rocks and sedimentary rocks respectively.

Thematic Maps (Series: AR) A series of end paper maps of the Hong Kong Annual Reports on various topics such as geology, population, climate, reclamation and development, communications and trade, etc. are available in loose sheet form and

Using GeoInfo Map, users can use the navigation tool bar provided to view maps with different scales and level of details, and pan and zoom to any locations in Hong Kong. Apart from the topographic maps, users can have aerial views over the locations of Hong

Although faults are recorded throughout the known geological history of Hong Kong, they are considered to have been most active during the Jurassic to Cretaceous periods when strike-slip and thrust faulting was dominant. Many of these faults are thought to

29/10/2006 · Hong Kong is a collection of islands in the South China Sea, on the southeastern coast of China. Hong Kong is a Special Administrative Region of China. Hong Kong is included on our Blue Ocean Laminated Map of the World. This map shows a combination of political and physical features. It

[Hong Kong, Crown Land Surveys Office] 1972. Physical description col. map on 2 sheets 102 x 76 cm. Series D.O.S. (Series) 1184A Online Available online At the library Earth Sciences Library (Branner) Map cases Items in Map cases Call number Status

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Updating of Hong Kong Geological Survey 1:20,000-scale Maps Major Findings and Revisions Map Sheet 11 – Hong Kong and Kowloon GEO Report No. 300 D.L.K. Tang & C.W. Lee This report was originally produced in June 2012 as GEO Geological Report

Rock Classification The famous Lianhuashan fault zone in Southern China has a decisive influence on Hong Kong’s geological structure. This generally northeast-southwest trending zone is made up of more than 100 major faults. In Hong Kong, geological

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UPDATING OF HONG KONG GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1:20,000-SCALE MAPS MAJOR FINDINGS AND REVISIONS MAP SHEET 7 – SHA TIN GEO REPORT No. 179 (Second Edition) R.J. Sewell, J.C.F. Wong & R. Shaw This report includes material in the

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香港聯合國教科文組織世界地質公園 – 遊覽路線 (新版) 香港聯合國教科文組織世界地質公園由西貢火山岩園區和新界東北沉積岩園區組成,兩個園區內分別展示了「火山岩」和「沉積岩」兩個地質學的重要主題。

Reclamation and development in Hong Kong Geological map interpretation – listing the sequence of geological events happening in an area (1.26 MB) (0.8 MB) (0.03 MB) NSS Enriching Knowledge for the Geography Curriculum: (5) Dynamic Earth Series

This is a series of footpath maps comprising five sheets. They are titled as Hong Kong Island & Neighbouring Islands, Lantau Island & Neighbouring Islands, North West New Territories, North East & Central NT and Sai Kung & Clear Water Bay.

May 19 to December 20, 2018: Special Exhibition – Hong Kong’s Living Fossils May 13 to 14, 2018: International Museum Day (IMD) Sepcial Opening March 17 to April 22, 2018: HK SciFest 2018 Special Opening and Guided Tours March 3 to August 31, 2017

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on the H.M.S. Hornet, produced the first known geological map of Hong Kong Island. The map hung in the City Hall for many years until it was transferred to the University of Hong Kong library. Shortly after the British government signed a 99-year lease for the New

Hong Kong developed into a filmmaking hub during the late 1940s as a wave of Shanghai filmmakers migrated to the territory, and these movie veterans helped rebuild the colony’s entertainment industry over the next decade. [257] By the 1960s, the city was well.

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Hong Kong Geopark officially opened on 3rd November 2009 and is one of China’s 183 national geoparks. Joining the national geopark network has enabled Hong Kong to gain and exchange experience on preservation of valuable geological and topographical

Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark will thrive to display to the world its natural conservation results which Hong Kong people are proud of. The international image of Hong Kong does not have to be just a city with many buildings but can also be a natural

This paper presents a review of the 400-million-year geological history of Hong Kong as preserved in rocks exposed at the surface. These lithologies were formed during four major geophases. Terrestrial and marine environments are represented by rocks that were

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Pay a visit to some of the city’s oldest residents – its volcanic rocks! Hong Kong UNESCO Global Geopark covers some 50 square kilometres and is home to some weird and

The Geography of Hong Kong is surprisingly varied, beyond the compact jungle of the high-rises and the busy retail and entertainment districts, lie large expanses of greenery, natural reserves and over 260 islands. The main areas in Hong Kong are Hong Kong

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R J Sewell Hong Kong Geological Survey Geotechnical Engineering Office 11/F, Civil Engineering and Development Building 101 Princess Margaret Road Kowloon Hong Kong Special Administrative Region CHINA E-mail: [email protected] Episodes

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The Hong Kong Observatory is a weather forecast agency of the government of Hong Kong. The Observatory forecasts the weather and issues warnings on weather-related hazards. It also monitors and makes assessments on radiation levels in Hong Kong and provides other meteorological and geophysical services to meet the needs of the public

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Geological Society of Hong Kong Hong Kong Mineralogical Society Geological Engineering Office (Hong Kong Slope Safety) The Geology of Hong Kong (Interactive online) (by CEDD HKSAR) Hong Kong Geology – A 400 MA Journey (by CEDD HKSAR)

We are delighted to announce that Professors Zhao Guochun and Min Sun from the Department of Earth Sciences were awarded the 2018 Natural Science Award (First Class) from the Chinese Education Ministry for their project entitled “Paleoproterozoic Tectono

In 2006, the GEO/CEDD published a web-based geological memoir of Hong Kong (Lee and Sewell 2007). The Internet version of the geology of Hong Kong (Figure 6) is based largely on two published companion volumes, ” The Pre-Quaternary Geology of Hong

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UPDATING OF HONG KONG GEOLOGICAL SURVEY 1:20,000-SCALE GEOLOGICAL MAPS Roderick J Sewell, Phoebe N Y Lau, C W Lee, Denise L K Tang and Jeffrey C F Wong Geotechnical Engineering Office, Civil Engineering and Development

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Join our tour to “HONG KONG the way it was” at F11 Foto Museum, an exhibition of over 130 beautiful photos of Hong Kong taken in 1959 -1960 by Ed van der Elsken (1925 – 1990), one of the most influential photographers in the 20th century.

The Hong Kong Observatory is a government department responsible for forecasting weather and issuing warnings on weather-related hazards. The Observatory also monitors and assesses radiation levels in Hong Kong, and provides other meteorological and