5 edition of Kinkō toshi Koganei no chiriteki seikaku no henka chōsa hōkoku found in the catalog.
|Statement||Koganei-shi Kyōiku Iinkai|
|Publishers||Koganei-shi Kyōiku Iinkai|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xvi, 113 p. :|
|Number of Pages||95|
|2||Koganei shishi hensan shiryō -- dai 28-hen|
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Traditional industries other than agriculture carried on in Japan before the establishment of modern industries are discussed. However, it meets academic standards of map representation and projection, and also treats technical problems of cartography. There are many studies in which the meteorological characteristics of various regions are analyzed, and hence they are of much geographical value as materials for the study of climatology.
The coverage is shown in 1:400,000 maps. 3 1963219 pp. This bulletin is an organ paper of Tokyo Gakugei Daigaku and the results of research by the staff are published here.which are related to flood control are indicated. Land surveys were made in 1957, 1960-62, and air photos were taken in 1957, 1959, and 1960.
Establishments of agriculture, forestry, fishery, and government are not included. Kokudo Chiriin W Geographical Survey InstituteJidosha kotsuryo zu -tyjBiW A man of automobile trafficTokyo, Kokudo Chiriin, 1963, 6 sheets. The larger scale air photographs by the Geographical Survey Institute are mainly for the areas of the plains, but those by the Board of Forestry are mainly for mountainous areas and for that reason are useful for the study of geomorphology, geology, etc.
The papers consist of articles and reports, the latter being shorter papers. This is understandable in the light of the interests and training of the founders of modern geography in Japan and in the light of the security regulations and atmosphere which long prevailed.
Statistics of the Japanese manufacturing industry for the period of 1909 to 1958 are compiled in three volumes. This map gave the general aspects of Tokyo in 1964 as basic material of the master plan for Tokyo, and efforts were made to show changes since 1960. These had large subscription lists and ran over a good many years until the war brought them to an end. Research carried out mainly during the war by Japanese scholars on the geography of Mainland China is gradually being forgotten and is going to be lost.
The volume covers domestic and foreign trade, industrial production, resources and agriculture, finance, transportation and communication, education and sanitation, labor and social conditions, geographical facts, etc. The main objective of the editors was to give a general idea of the geological structure of the Kanto district using a medium scale of 1:300,000.
Classification of strata is mainly based on sedimentary rocks. OfficeShugyo kozo kihon chosa hokoku 'a l The report on the basic survey of employment statusT5kyo, Nihon Tokei Kyokai, 1956- every third year. Kisho Gakkai A The Meteorological Society of JapanKishoshushi no bunken mokuroku, t Index to the Journal of the Meteorological Society of Japan, 1923-1956Nihon Kisho Gakkai, 1959, 193 pp.
Hakkoda Botanical Laboratory, Biological Institute, Tohoku University, 1935-, v.
Especially detailed are the representation of geological structure, coal seams, and other mineral resources.
Kokudo Chiriin r I —.
The format is uniform within each volume.
The figures are for twelve hours, 7:00 A.
It deals with the distribution of merchants and the activities of commercial institutions with a special emphasis on the amount of sale.