GEOGRAPHICAL RESEARCH ›› 1984, Vol. 3 ›› Issue (1): 47-50.doi: 10.11821/yj1984010008

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TALKS GIVEN BY PROFESSOR ZHU KEZHEN (CO-CHING CHU) ON CLIMATOLOGICAL STUDIES

Qiu Baojian, Gong Gaofa, Zhang Fuchun   

  1. Institute of Geography, Academia Sinica
  • Online:1984-03-15 Published:1984-03-15

Abstract: In memory of Professor Zhu Kezhen (Co-ching Chu), who died 10 years ago, the authors remembered having, been invited by Professor Zhu two times during 1968-1970 to have some valuable talks on the studies about geography, climatology and phenology. He demonstrated that phenology should be studied in combination with climatology and its base should be put on the works of physiology and biochemistry. He pointed out that the main climatological studies should contributed to the development of agriculture, and that climate resources and climatic changes should be studied with more vigour. He suggested that the great plain in North China should be an interesting area for the Institute of Geography to perform typical experiments in agricultnre. Researches on heat and water balance and meteorological satellite were appreciated by him too.