중국 광동성 무지개 색갈의 단샤山 (29-sheet photo) 미분류

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중국 광동성 무지개 색갈의 단샤山(29-sheet photo)

Rainbow Mountains In China's Danxia Landform Geological  

자료출처 :http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Danxia_landform
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자료생성 :2014-01-19
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:- 임충섭(
쿠웨이트 정부치과병원, 독도KOREA홍보위원, 독도천연보호구역지킴이, 1문화재1지킴이)

조금 전에 全國林氏中央會 홈페지에 자료 찾을 것이 있어 방문하여보니 어떤 분에 중국 광동성 단샤산에 다녀오신 사진 몇 점을 올려놓으셨다.

무지개 색의 특이한 사 진이라서 이곳에도 함께 올려본다.


중국의 유네스코 등록 3대명산 /천채산/단샤산/장란산

중국의 일곱가지 색을 띄는 무지개산 칠채산 (七彩山)

이들 形成은 수천 년간의 비와 바람으로 물 흐르는 듯한 모양으로 만들어졌으며 지역은 2010년 이래 유네스코 세계유산지역으로 지정되었다.
다채로운 색층을 형성한 흙산을 단하지모(丹霞地貌) 이는 오랜 세월 동안 지질운동을 수만 번 거친 붉은색 사암이 풍화와 퇴적작용으로 단층화된 특이한 지형을 말하는 것.
산의 이름도 일곱 가지 색을 띤다 해서 칠채산이라 불린다.
산의 색 중 흰색은 소금을 뜻하며 이는 칠채산이 과거에 바다였을 것이란 설과 함께 형형색색의 아름다운 색깔로 대자연의 대지예술로 평가받고 있기도 하다.


Danxia landform

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An example of a Danxia landform from Mount Danxia

The Danxia landform (Chinese: 丹霞地貌; pinyin: dānxiá dìmào) refers to various landscapes found in southeast and southwest China that "consist of a red bed characterized by steep cliffs".[1] It is a unique type of petrographic geomorphology found in China. Danxia landform is formed from red-coloured sandstones and conglomerates of largely Cretaceous age. The landforms look very much like karst topography that forms in areas underlain by limestones, but since the rocks that form danxia are sandstones and conglomerates, they have been called "pseudo-karst" landforms.

The first studies were conducted on what are now referred to as Danxia landforms were conducted at Mt. Danxiashan, located near Shaoguan, China. In the 20s and 30s Chinese geologists made an effort to learn more about these interesting geomorphic structures.[2] Similar in looks to karst topography, danxia landforms are made up uplifted continental crust that has been faulted and eroded, exposing large scarps of layered rock, red in color.[3]

Danxia landforms cover several provinces in southeast China. Taining County, Fujian Province, has very good examples of "young" danxia landforms wherein deep, narrow valleys have been formed. As the landform gets older, valleys widen and one gets isolated towers and ridges.The danxia landform is named after Mount Danxia, one of the most famous examples of the danxia landform. A very peculiar feature of danxia landscape is the development of numerous caves of various sizes and shapes. The caves tend to be shallow and isolated, unlike true karst terrain where caves tend to form deep, interconnecting networks. In 2010, several danxia landscapes in southern China, with a general name of "China Danxia", were inscribed as a World Heritage Site.[4] The six inscribed danxia landform areas are: Mount Langshan and Mount Wanfoshan (Hunan Province), Mount Danxia (Guangdong Province), Taining and Guanzhishan (Fujian Province), Mount Longhu and Guifeng (Jiangxi Province), Fangyan, Mount Jianglang (Zhejiang Province), and Mount Chishui (Guizhou Province). The total core area of 6 regions above is 73945 ha, and the total buffer area is 65446 ha.[1







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